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Pan-Afrikanism: The Battlefront: Afrikan Freedom Means Defeating Neo-Colonialism

Pan-Afrikanism: The Battlefront: Afrikan Freedom Means Defeating Neo-Colonialism


Pan-Afrikanism: The Battlefront: Afrikan Freedom Means Defeating Neo-Colonialism by Omowale Pert-em-Hru



From the Author:


"When (Afrikan people) were oppressed under slavery and colonialism the ancestors knew it; they also knew that they had to remove these oppressive systems in order to be free. Now we live in the neo-colonial phase of Afrika’s history and most of us don’t know what it is.


If we don’t know it, we can’t understand it; if we can’t understand it, we can’t consciously do anything to challenge it; if we can’t challenge it, we can’t get rid of it; if we can’t get rid of it, we will remain stuck in it; if we remain stuck in neo-colonialism, Afrika can’t be liberated and we won’t be a free and self determining people.


The critical task before us therefore, is to raise our collective consciousness of neo-colonialism and how to defeat it in Afrikan communities everywhere.


“Pan-Afrikanism: The Battlefront” contributes to that raising to better equip us for Afrikan liberation process.“Pan-Afrikanism: The Battlefront” provides a thorough analysis of neo-colonial mechanisms and processes by which the capitalist system arrests Afrikan development. By facilitating a grounded understanding of how neo-colonialism holds us back, it lays the foundation for corrective actions.


“Pan-Afrikanism: The Battlefront”:

1.Introduces readers to some basic concepts of war;

2.Explains how control of the resources of Afrika was the hidden reason behind World Wars I and II;

3.Links neo-colonialism to its roots in the enslavement and colonisation of Afrikan people, exposing it as their modern manifestation;


4.Examines the origin, development and intricate workings of neo-colonialism and its adverse impact on Afrikan people;


5.Exposes how a wavering neo-colonialism is altering its form in a desperate and increasingly vicious attempt to increase its life span;


6.Exposes the appointment of Afrikan President Obama, as an act of counter-insurgency and containment against Afrikan people in quest of liberation; and


7.Exposing Zionism as settler colonialism and genocide, which whilst operating as a junior, but powerful partner in imperialism, actively undermines the interests of Afrikan people.


“Pan-Afrikanism: The Battlefront” should be treated as an introductory and grounding text, laying the foundation for a fuller understanding of the essence of the economic and political problems confronting Afrikan people in the world today. As with the other books in the series, it should be studied collectively in groups, particularly by groups genuinely working towards the liberation of Afrika and her people in the context of worldwide revolution.


This book also has passing relevance to a range of related topics such as: Secret societies - Black and White lodges and hidden impact of neo-colonialism.


It exposes the weakness of multicultural studies which promotes the false notion of Black Brit(ish)/British Identity in a society where belonging is not the prerogative of African people as proven by the Windrush experience; The miseducation of African people, their stolen ethnography ethnology legacies and their wilfully underdeveloped “Negro” Africa is proof of their “otherness”; Supposed European civilisation and its implicit social cultural “urban” and rural racism and discrimination allow Afrikan people no rest; Indeed, European Society its philosophy government party politics trade union labour movements pay lip service to civil rights and citizenship of “foreigners”, whilst their elites promote war virtually everywhere under the sun – creating refugees by the score; Imperialism uses university and other educational structures to foster confusion through promoting idealist interpretations of mind body religion spirit spirituality whilst outwardly disregarding science and nature to help people properly understand the world they live in.


Dimensions: 15.2 x 2 x 22.9 cm

Weight: 310 grams

Format: Strong Paperback, 265 pages

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