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A critique of Macron’s meeting with Addo Akofu and the black diaspora of France

The French President Emmanuel Macron invited President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo to Paris on Thursday, July 11. 

The shot heard around the African world: African Internationalism goes viral!

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.

A Weaker Macron and French Imperialism running out of options

Once again, French people are on the street. A group known as Yellow Vests emerged on the national scene in France on November 17, 2018. They are demanding a fair capitalism.

 

The murder of Bakari Henderson: African beaten to death in Greece

ZAKYNTHOS, GR.—A 22-year-old African man, Bakari Henderson, was beaten to death outside of a bar in Laganas, Greece on July 7, 2017.

Various bourgeois U.S. media outlets have reported Bakari’s death as a “Brawl that killed American” or “Death of U.S. tourist in Greece”; but Bakari Henderson was killed because he was an African.

 

Irrelevant G20 forum clashes with demonstrators

The violence that erupted in opposition to this The Group of Twenty (G20) forum which took place on Friday, July 7th and Saturday July 8th 7 in Hamburg, Germany made headlines in most national news broadcasted around the world. 

"Cars and barricades ablaze, shops plundered, water cannons in constant operation, injuries, devastated city quarters, heavily-armed special police units: The images of the violence in Hamburg have circled the globe. And they stood in stark contrast to those of the 20 heads of state and government who, at the same time, were listening to Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" in Hamburg's chic new Elbphilharmonie concert hall. Classical music inside, clashes outside." (Spiegel.de) July 8, 2017. 

Colonialism is the real culprit of the Grenfell Tower fire!

A fire broke out in the Grenfell Tower, a 24-storey building located in West London on the early morning of Tuesday June 14, 2017 at about 1am.

The fire spread extremely quickly, engulfing the entire building in a matter of 15 minutes and condemning its inhabitants to a certain death.

The infamous building, demonized by both the government and the media, was mainly inhabited by poor and working class people from colonized places in Africa, Syria, the Caribbean, South Asia and elsewhere, along with poor white workers.

We united with all the demands from victims of this colonial mayhem, such as to be rehoused in the same borough.

We united to charge the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management organization KCMO, a subcontractor company that managed the Grenfell Tower on behalf of the Kensington and Chelsea local council–for murders!

No honeymoon for France’s new imperialist president Emmanuel Macron

Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron became the new and youngest French president since 1848 on May 7, 2017.

He won the second round contest with 66.1 percent of votes against Marine Le Pen, who got 33.9 percent. What is the meaning of Macron’s victory?

According to the French interior ministry, “4.07 million voted blank or null, 10.6 voted for Le Pen, 12.1 million of voters abstained and 20.1 million voted for Macron.”1

It is clear that the numb

The imperialist crisis in Sweden and the growth of African Internationalism

Our solid goals are as follows: To free Africa and her scattered people; To build a single united African nation, where the means of production is in the hands of the workers themselves. We are talking about the dictatorship of the African working class.

Wherever we are located in the world, our freedom will only depend on our capacity to organize for revolution!

I call on all freedom loving Africans to join the African People’s Socialist Party!

Join the African Socialist International!

The fall of traditional parties in Europe: The case of Italy and Austria

LONDON—Europe has entered a period of turbulence that produces uncertainty in many ways. The white population is concerned that uncertainty has become the norm.

Every election seems to throw a dismal outcome for the traditional parties and their rulers, despite the huge back up and fanciful predictions they get from their bourgeois mainstream press at the  service of the capitalist class.

Italy’s recent elections on Sunday, December 4, 2016 added fuel to the growing crisis in Europe, where the mainstream parties and their leaders were successfully challenged by new political forces. 

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