Friday, August 25, 2006

whether Africa should unite,

Bro. Mark,
You have redirected your argument.

The question was not about whether Africa should unite, or if the concept of democracy should be applied to Africa. You made a statement in your first correspondance whis reads, "Much of Africa's third world debt could be relieved if freedom and security of capitalism were able to thrive in any African country..." Capitalism thrived in Africa and landed millions of Africans in the bottom of slave ships to be transported to the America's to be enslaved. Capitalism thrived in the America's and caused the massacre of over 100 million Indigenous People of the Western Hemisphere. Capitalism thrived in Africa and colonized the entire African continent. Capitalism thrived in Africa and each country is currently in debt to the IMF a major component of neo-colonialism. A United States of Africa is the heart and soul of the Pan-African movement. Pan-Africanism is anti-capitalist. You should read the history of the movement, and the work of W.E.B. DuBois who is considered the father of Pan-Africanism.He was anti-capitalist. He died in Ghana as a member of the Communist party. Capitalism calls for private ownership of land and wealth in society by a few. Capitalism is anti-collective ownership of the means to produce wealth in society.

Your Hubmle Servant
Sekou Nkrumah
Chairman Pan-African Improvement Organization


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