Black People : Who or What Will Come to the Aid of the 99% in the Motherland?

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  1. Ankhur

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    The recolonization of Africa is clear, from the US and the EU, under the guise of NATO and AFRICOM, and their jive claims of humanitarian aid.
    http://destee.com/index.php?threads/africa-is-doomed-part-2.68360/
    The Military Industrial Complex bloodlust now seeks our bloodshed after their exploits in the middle east, and according to Washington pundits like the former chief of economic policy Larry Summers , "African life is not only cheap , but it is also expendalbe".

    FR: Lawrence H. Summers
    Subject: GEP
    'Dirty' Industries: Just between you and me, shouldn't the World Bank be encouraging MORE migration of the dirty industries to the LDCs [Less Developed Countries]? I can think of three reasons:
    1) The measurements of the costs of health impairing pollution depends on the foregone earnings from increased morbidity and mortality. From this point of view a given amount of health impairing pollution should be done in the country with the lowest cost, which will be the country with the lowest wages. I think the economic logic behind dumping a load of toxic waste in the lowest wage country is impeccable and we should face up to that.
    2) The costs of pollution are likely to be non-linear as the initial increments of pollution probably have very low cost. I've always though that under-populated countries in Africa are vastly UNDER-polluted,
    http://www.whirledbank.org/ourwords/summers.html


    Now on the other hand there is a peaceful genocide process engaged by Negro despots selling out arabal land to US/EU multinationals, China and India while their citizenry starve to death.
    http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/World_News_3/article_8378.shtml
    http://www.commondreams.org/view/2011/07/31-1

    Many of us if not most of us have a reverenace, like any grandchild to their grandparent , for Africa; the history, the religions, the culture, and just plain and simple, the millions of bood relatives we have been seperated from for 400 years.

    So really this is a call for a brainstorming of ideas of those who care to;
     
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