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Malcolm X in Ghana

Malcolm X was assassinated  52 years ago today in NYC

MalcolmXfiles, Feb 21, Ghanadot - I don’t feel that I am a visitor in Ghana or in any part of Africa. I feel that I am at home. I’ve been away for four hundred years, but not of my own volition, not of my own will. Our people didn’t go to America on the Queen Mary, we didn’t go by Pan American, and we didn’t go to America on the Mayflower.


Re. The truth for Trudeau: We’ve been ripping off Africa for decades
Review, Feb 22, Ghanadot - "(R)hetorical ethic" embedded within its [European] culture, "is an inherent characteristic of the culture that it prepares members of the culture to be able to act like friends toward those they regard as enemies; to be able to convince others that they have come to help when they, in fact, have come to destroy ..........


February 24, the Day that Progress Died in Ghana

Review, Feb 24, Ghanadot - On this day February 24, 1964, Lt. Colonel Kotoka, Major Akwasi Afrifa and the Armed Forces of Ghana, at the instigation and with copious help from Western interests, took upon themselves a mandate for the forceful removal from office the constitutionally elected president of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.....More

Why Nkrumah Wanted Jomo Kenyatta Exiled in Ghana
allAfrica, Feb 20, Ghanadot - According to the documents the colonial authorities feared that "Kenyatta's establishment in Ghana would tend very strongly towards the presentation of both Kenyatta and Mau Mau as legitimate form of African nationalism", something the colonialists wanted to prevent at all costs........More

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