- Feb 27, 2007
True. But, this discussion is about a few very limited ides and subjects. We do not expect to cover the enitrety of African history, here. The best that we can hope for is to give the next generation the tools that they will need to correctly analyze our history so that they can avoid the mistakes that we made.OmowaleX said:LOL!
Your entire perspective is fallacious.
It was "originally led" by the reactionaries responsible for the Murder of Pan-Africanist leader Patrice Lumumba, and the reactionaries responsible for the overthrow of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in Ghana and Ahmed Ben Bella in Algeria. Long before "Mengistu" came to power in Ethiopia.
That is extremely important: we made mistakes, big mistakes. Accordingly, we have a duty to act like mature adults and own up to our mistakes in front of everybody, especilly the leaders of the next generation. We do not want them to make the mistakes that we made.
Africans, do not ignore fratricide among us. When Menguistu commited fratricide, too many of us ignored it. All that the Chistian community did was send in a few boat loads of wheat fatback and couple barrels of chitterlings as millions of our brotehrs and sisters starved under Menguistu. Now, they want to cry crocodile tears over the war in Western Sudan. Be assured, this is not because they have found love for Africans overnight. It because the Islamic Republic has immease petroleum reources. But, the pigs messed up. They bombed Sudan. Now, Sudan is selling her oil to the People's Republic. so, they are bluffing. They do not want any piece of Sudan because they know that they cannot win, there, any more than they can win in Irag or Afghanistan.
So, I am against this propaganda not bexuse I fear for the safty of Sudan. Beleive me, we can defend Sudan. The only thing that worries me is we, as Africans, are not learning to avoid walking into divide and conquor traps set for us by Rev. Mr. Charley.
I want to take this opportunity to clear up an earlier mis-understnding that developed because Brother Omowale and me. I call you a name as a tease because I mistakenly thought that the two of us had developed a degree of comaraderie that permitted light teasing and joking. It seems that I was wrong. Therefore, I want to extend to you an invitation to join us at fudaa.blogspot.com under Nkrumahis-Tureist Economics to continue developing an economic theory to guide us as we enter the final stages of the African Revolution. This is a very serious minded blog.