Black People : The War on Mali: “The Fragmented Totality” that characterizes the Imperialist System

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  1. Alarm Clock

    Alarm Clock Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The War on Mali: “The Fragmented Totality” that characterizes the Imperialist System

    February 2013 Interview with Heart of Africa

    This week on Heart of Africa, Kudakwashe hosts renowned award winning author, global geopolitical analyst and sociologist, Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, in a discussion on the “War on Mali – The Illustration Of Fragmented Totality”.
    Mahdi introduces the crucial concept he terms “Fragmented Totality”, and gives a very in depth analysis that reveals how the War on Mali, currently spreading across the Sahel, is an ideal example of how the Fragmented Totality manifests itself.
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    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-wa...-characterizes-the-imperialist-system/5335680
     
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    This war like the 911 drama has pushed more into islam and a renewed thirst for arabic literature, you see tshirts on sale now with messages like Am muslim dont pani; I a muride a true born muslim. Our people find it difficult to accept the confusion this religion without spirituality has caused.
    Arabs can invade at will because their weak followers see everything done to them as the will of allah, we lost nearly half the continent to islam yet yet proudly spend our earnings on the invaders in the name of their religious duty, going to spend what we cannot spend on our own land in mecca.
    Too bad so sad....
     
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    That is not just sad it is hearbreaking as well, but you know brother Enejoh, in lieu of Black muslims like Cheik Anta Diop, Sekou Ture, Malcolm X, and Dr Khalid Muhammad, this hip hop generation has produced uncle tom Muslims who are more Muslim then Black more Muslim then African and all those honored brothers would be ashamed of this generation. Christianity has the same thing not many Dr Kings and rev Galamasons , Adam Clayton Powells, just in todays world a bunch of churchianity pimps fleecing the community, no more Pro Black men like those mentioned who were Black first, then Christian second
     
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