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EDITORIALS & OP-EDS / Appeal to the African peoples - especially the youth and the women
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 26/05/2011
Original: Aufruf an die afrikanischen Völker - vor allem die Jugend und die Frauen
Translations available: Français 

Appeal to the African peoples - especially the youth and the women

Einar Schlereth

Translated by  Susanne Schuster سوزان شوستر


I wrote this appeal after I read and translated Rick Rozoff’s article (read it here). The diabolical implications of AFRICOM for Africa caused me a few sleepless nights. I wanted to do something, but what? Well, the best I could think of is to create this little spark, in the small hope that it might ignite a fire somewhere.


In particular the youth and the women – you are targeted, unite. What are you waiting for? The youth of the world is rising up and waiting for you. Africa is at war. Libya is just the beginning. If Libya is defeated and Gaddhafi assassinated, it’s your turn. All of Africa to the Cape.


AFRICOM is the West, Washington, NATO, Europe – they all want Africa; its riches, its brains, its blood. The West is fighting for its survival. If it conquers Africa, it can survive for another 100 years. But Africa will drown in slavery once again.


Africa is the cradle of humanity. Mankind was born in Africa and its culture in Egypt and Nubia. Humanity has forgotten this, even Africa itself has forgotten this. Africa has forgotten its great teachers - Cheikh Anta Diop und Kwame Nkrumah. They called on Africans to take back their great culture and to unite. They warned of the dangers of a reconquest by old and new colonialists.


The instrument for it is called AFRICOM. It was forged under the leadership of the USA, who realized most precisely the value of Africa for their imperialist aims. Most African governments are a means to this end. And those that don't want to toe the line are removed. Now Gaddhafi is first in line. But it is not so much about him, it's rather about his vision of a united, strong Africa, for which he provided the means which are now being stolen by the Yankees. He would not be the first leader and friend of the Africans who is assassinated. Let’s not forget Toussaint L'Ouverture, who was cowardly murdered by Napoleon and whose home Haiti is still suffering the revenge of the USA. Or Martin Luther King or Malcolm X or Lumumba or Cabral or Mondlane.


African youth and women – the bombs raining on Libya are meant for you too. They are meant to create fear and terror amongst you. Despite this the Libyans are fighting for their freedom. Do you want to leave to fight them on their own? This is about the whole of Africa. The choice is between African freedom or the dictatorship of AFRICOM.

Courtesy of Tlaxcala
Publication date of original article: 25/05/2011
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Tags: AfricaUSANATOEuropeLibyaAFRICOMcradle of humanityreconquestCheikh Anta DiopKwame Nkrumah

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