Small Axe is about resistance. Small acts of resistance.
On June 30, 2020, the African People’s Socialist Party and Patrice Lumumba Coalition held a demonstration outside the Belgian Embassy in London on the 60 year anniversary of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) independence.
The French government locked down the country on March 17, supposedly to end the spread of the coronavirus.
PARIS—Throughout April thousands of young Africans and Arabs locked down in the impoverished Paris suburbs rose up in fierce resistance against the ongoing French colonial state repression which has intensified as the coronavirus spreads.
Most British people are surprised by the incompetence and impotence of their government to stop the spread of COVID-19, which has spread to the top of the British government.
Macron told a lie to justify the reform of the CFA franc, saying, “It was by hearing your youth that I wanted to initiate this reform. The CFA franc crystallizes many criticisms and many debates on France in Africa. I have heard the critics, I see your youth which criticizes us for continuing a relationship which it considers post-colonial. So let's break the moorings."
For there to be an oppressed there has to be an oppressor. Each requires the other for its existence, right? This is what happens.
The French President Emmanuel Macron invited President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo to Paris on Thursday, July 11.
Amongst future imperialist minions, aspiring neocolonial puppets and an African who self-describes as a “proud anglophile,” Chairman Yeshitela boldly declared, “we are one Africa, one nation and we must have a closer union but in order for that to happen it has to be a revolutionary union!” All whilst dressed in his black and gold Uhuru attire.