dimanche, 27 mai 2018

Power to Africa

The carnage, genocide, poverty, and famine on the supposedly poorest continent on the Earth was derived from her richness in natural resources. For more than 3,000 years, Africa has been stripped of her intellectual properties, natural resources and physical labor. The capitalist system has done an ingenious job, portraying Africa as a backwards land of paganism and ignorance in dire need of civilization and Christianity. The strategy hides the true reason for occupation : the theft and control of natural resources, while securing inexpensive labor to extract those resources. The purpose is to hide the billions of dollars earned yearly by multinational corporations that heavily depend on extracting resources from Africa to sell on the international market. Please educate yourselves and your families on the real reasons for the current condition of Africa and her children. Wars, famines, poverty, genocide, and civil unrest are not organic manifestations among the “uncivilized”, but are deliberate and strategic plans to estrange brothers while profits increase for the carnage orchestrators.

Across 36 African countries, just 2 in 5 people have access to a reliable supply of energy throughout the day. In some countries - Burundi, Chad, Liberia, Malawi and South Sudan - less than 10 percent of people have access to electricity at all. Overall, 625 million people are without power in sub-Saharan Africa alone — that’s 68 percent of the population. Africa is rich with fossil fuels and renewable resources. The 48 countries that make up sub-Saharan Africa generate roughly the same amount of power as Spain.

Source from http://socialistbanner.blogspot.com/

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