On Neocolonialism

Rafiki Morris (Excepted from  the book, “WAR: The Blood in Our Eyes” by Rafiki Morris) The enemy, who we seek to defeat,  must be named precisely. Especially since, at this time in history, the enemy is the most sophisticated system of human exploitation that ever existed. The enemy is capitalism and imperialism. We are told…

Imperialism Was Built on Settler-Colonialism

John Trimble Abstract This paper builds on Nkrumah’s approach of starting from the point of knowing the enemy.  Collective imperialism, sham independence and neo-colonialism as described in Book One Chapter One of Nkrumah’s Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare are re-examined in the context of 21st century globalization.  Capitalism was built on the theft of land and resources in the…

The CIA’s Role in the Covert Recolonization of Africa

mpr21 In 1958, a year after gaining independence from colonial rule, Ghana hosted a conference of African leaders, the first such gathering on the continent. At the invitation of Ghana’s newly elected prime minister, Kwame Nkrumah, shown in the cover photo, more than 300 leaders from 28 African territories attended, including Lumumba, from the still…

#OmaliTaughtMe Sunday Study: Colonialism – the Origin of Capitalism

This week, we’re kicking off a series on “Colonialism as a mode of production.” We begin with episode one, showing how the advent of capitalism came to be. Chairman Omali Yeshitela is joined by Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International (ASI) for this important discussion.

White Lies Shattered: The Truth about Russia and Ukraine

African People’s Solidarity Committee Chairwoman, Penny Hess and Uhuru Solidarity Movement Chair, Jesse Nevel use African Internationalism, the worldview of the African working class developed by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, to cut through the lynch mob hysteria of U.S. and colonial propaganda about Russia. These episodes reveal the genocidal history of U.S. and NATO aggression against…

Unmasking the “Orient’s” White Masks: Remembering Fanon

Karim Sharara Colonialism perpetuates itself by keeping the colonials on an inferior basis, ever-striving to “rise” to the level of the colonizers. Frantz Fanon’s life was transformed due to the damaging effect of French colonialism on his home country and on Algeria, which led him to conduct a psychoanalytical study on its effects, and how…