Jan
13

AN UNSURPASSED SUPER-FARCE IN FRANCE

The problem in France, as in many Western countries, is that the rulers do not ensure that their children are taught real world history in their schools, but a sanitised version that glosses over, if not totally ignores, the role played by their countries in the pauperisation of the peoples of so many countries in the world. Even worse, the people of these former colonising countries are never apprised of how disingenuous was the process whereby their countries transferred power from the traditional rulers of the colonies (who could at least be dealt with by the people themselves when they failed to perform) to an insensitive and unresponsive Western-educated elite that, once elected (through a vote that can be rigged) is empowered to swindle the state of its resources at will for four or five years at a time, and reduce the populace to penury, whilst indulging themselves in “conspicuous consumption”.

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Aug
17

THE PARADOX OF ‘DEMOCRATIC’ TYRANNY by CAMERON DUODU

The Paradox Of ‘Democratic’ Tyranny by CAMERON DUODU Daily Guide Published on August 17, 2013 KI-K2         ANYONE who knows Egypt will be extremely sad about the massacre that took place in Cairo this week. For Egypt is a gift to the world in a way that no other country is. If you… Continue reading »

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Jan
27

WHAT FRANTZ FANON MEANT TO AFRICAN LIBERATION (2)

WHAT FRANTZ FANON MEANT TO AFRICAN LIBERATION (2)  By CAMERON DUODU Fanon’s relations with the independent African states were always problematic. He had to deal with them on behalf of the Algerian Government in exile, which was formed in Cairo in September 1958. But Fanon  needed to resort tosecrecy, as many of the independent Africanstates were only dressed-up as sovereign states, but had state institutions that had been infiltrated to the hilt by… Continue reading »

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Feb
22

DOMINOES FALL ALL OVER THE MIDDLE EAST by CAMERON DUODU

DOMINOES FALL ALL OVER THE MIDDLE EAST by CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 22 February 2011 So now, it is Libya’s turn. After Tunisia and Egypt, it is Libya that is feeling the pinch of massive people’s anger. The Libyan situation is less clear to the outside world than either Tunisia’s or Egypt’s or even… Continue reading »

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