Black People : The Raping of Africa All Over Again

Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by dunwiddat, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. dunwiddat

    dunwiddat Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    http://news.mongabay.com/2013/0207-hance-mozambique-logging.html


    China continues to destroy large parts of forests in Mozambique through illegal logging of timber. What is sad is that some of the black politicians are complicit in this by taking bribes. The Mozambique government is losing so much money in taxes.. This is so obnoxious.

    http://www.thisisafrica.me/opinion/detail/19725/Stealing-Africa-a-documentary-about-how-multinationals-continue-to-suck-the-continent-dry

    Multinational companies continue to suck Africa dry.


    It seems that there is a concerted effort to keep Africa poor. The African governments need to take serious action. Copper is being sold on the world market a very high price and yet black are not receiving any of the benefits.

    This is the 21st century and it is time that African policitians begin to invest in their people and not allow these criminals to continue benefitting from the natural resources of this continent at the expenses of its people. How do the owners of these companies sleep at night. Africa is rich in minerals BUT all those of other ethnicities are reaping the benefits whilst blacks folks continue to barely eke out a living. Something is just so wrong.
     
  2. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    Yep, and it all started with TED:
    truetothecause

    Investments in Africa
    http://destee.com/index.php?threads/investments-in-africa.56727/

    Thanks for sharing this dunwiddat...

    Peace In,

     
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