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The Evil legacy of colonization

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  1. The Evil legacy of colonization <Like a cake, they divided Africa . Blinded by greed they took away everything and put brothers against brothers. But a new Africa is approaching. If you pay attention you can hear it breathing.> Aboubakary MM, 2nd midnight engagement

  2. Thousands of Experts, One Victim • The Equation of bankruptcy in Africa, If P equal to Poverty and Af. represent Africa then, 53(

  3. Africa, from bankruptcy to dignity • 53 st- represents the failure of African leaders to change by unity the current map of Africa which is a caricature of the West • sc + cl - represents the tragic consequence of slavery, colonization and the odious betrayal of corrupt leaders • 40y (WB + WTO+ IMF+ bmp) represent the total failure of forty years of development industry in Africa under the auspice ofworld bank, world trade organization, international monetary fund, multi and bilateral partnership • P = Poverty

  4. Democratization or recolonization of Africa? • <The democratic processes initiated, ordered, conceived and administered right from the West are leading to the fragmentation of African societies. This caesarian democratic process implies a lot of wrong directions including the ethnicization of politics.> Aboubakary.MM

  5. Dwelling with Nkrumah • < No independent African state today by itself has a chance to follow an independent course of economic development and many of us who have tried to do this have been almost ruined or have had to return to the fold of the former colonial rulers. This position will not change unless we have a unified policy working at the continental level……we need a unified economic planning for Africa. Until the economic power of Africa is in our land, the masses can have no real concern and no real interest for safeguarding our security, for ensuring the stability of our regimes, and for bending their strength to the fulfillment of our ends. With our united resources energies and talents, we have the means, as soon as states from poverty to that of wealth, from inequality to the satisfaction of popular needs. Only on a continental basis shall we be able to plan the popular utilization of all our resources for the full development of our continent.>

  6. Dwelling with Marcus Garvey < All of us may not live to see the higher accomplishment of an African Empire-so strong and powerful, as to compel the respect of mankind, but we in our life-time can also work and act as to make the dream a possibility within another generation.>

  7. Dwelling with Selassie • <We know that there are differences among us. Africans enjoy different cultures, distinctive values, special attributes. But we also know that unity can be and has been attained among men of the most disparate origins, that difference of race, of religion, of culture, of tradition, are no insuperable obstacles to the coming together of peoples. History teaches us that unity is strength and cautions us to submerge and overcome our difference in the quest for common goals, to strive, with all our combined strength, for the path to true African brotherhood and unity…..unless the political liberty for which Africans have for long struggled is complemented and bolstered by a corresponding economic and social growth, the breath of life which sustains our freedom may flicker out>

  8. Dwelling with Bob Marley Africa unit, Africa unit, free yourself from mental slavery, Stand Africa, stand Africa and accomplish your destiny of land of full sunshine.

  9. For Africa to claim the 21st century • “I proclaim Unity, the path to African prosperity. The well being, peace, security are unattainable unless and until African unity is established” Aboubakary, MM. Walking after Lumumba.