Tag Archives: Africa

Capitalism downfall

Today’s 1% are squeezing the blood out of the middle class, creating conditions of predictable eco collapse. In 2009 the American political writer, historian, and culture critic, Michael Parenti wrote that after the overthrow of communist governments in Eastern Europe, … Continue reading

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Occupy South African Embassies

South Africa is facing a big problem and if it does not take care the country shall be drowning and becoming a 2° Belgian Congo or a Rwanda. Over the past few months we could not discard the fact that … Continue reading

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Apartheid or Apartness #4 Hangover of Church

What happened before: #3 Opposition and Escalation 7. Moving Reformed Church The South African Council of Churches put more pressure on the South-African Christians and got a major role in the years up to Nelson Mandela’s liberation in 1991 and the … Continue reading

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Apartheid or Apartness #2 Up to 2nd part 20th Century

3. First part of 20th century When the Union of South Africa came into being in 1910 the white people got all the functions and major positions. The African National Congress (ANC), formed in 1912, became the opponent of apartheid, … Continue reading

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Tree Planter Maathai died

“I am standing upon the seashore. A ship at my side spreads her white sails to the morning breeze and starts for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength. I stand and watch her until at … Continue reading

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