Category Archives: Africa

The Simba Rebellion

We’re now several years into independence in the Democratic Republic of Congo: “Mama Lungeni saw the rebels come to town. In early August of 1964 they took Stanleyville. The stronghold of Lumumba and Gizenga was theirs once more. They went … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2014: Papa Macías, The Pol Pot of Africa

Equatorial Guinea It wouldn’t be right to let Black History Month 2014 pass here without paying tribute to Francisco Macías Nguema of Equatorial Guinea. Dubbed the “Dachau of Africa,” Nguema began his notorious reign in Equatorial Guinea with fiery speeches … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2014: The White Man’s Burden

Third World I stumbled across this book in the course of trying to find out the total amount of money that the West has spent on foreign aid to Haiti. Since the 1950s, it turns out that the West has … Continue reading

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Grand Hotel Mozambique

Mozambique H/T Robert Campbell Any questions?

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Black History Month 2013: The Dead Heart of Africa

Chad Al-Jazerra investigates 50 years of independence in Chad: Note: Chad ranks 183 out of 187 countries on the U.N. Human Development Index. It also ranks 167 out of 174 countries in corruption. The history of Chad since independence in … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2013: The “Savior” of Mali

Mali Arriving in Timbuktu, President François Hollande has been mobbed by thousands of ecstatic Africans as the French military has returned to restore white supremacy and colonialism in Mali. Mali, formerly known as French Sudan, became an independent country in September … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2013: Timbuktu Sacked

Mali OD kicks off our coverage of Black History Month 2013 by taking a look at the chaos in Northern Mali where the legendary African city of Timbuktu has been writhing under shariah law imposed by al-Qaeda affiliated rebels for the past … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World

New World In Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of New World Slavery, David Brion Davis sets the American South within the international context of the transatlantic slave trade and the rise and fall of other New World slave societies. … Continue reading

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South Sudan: Africa’s Latest Failed State

South Sudan Washington has a hypocritical track record of supporting secession abroad while opposing secession at home: Panama from Colombia, Kosovo from Serbia, and most recently South Sudan from Sudan. South Sudan, the newest independent African country, was a bipartisan … Continue reading

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Where Is George W.?

Zambia He’s gone to Zambia to build health clinics for African women … “There, Mr Sata, known as King Cobra for his sharp tongue and quick temper, told the 66-year-old Texan that his charitable efforts represented “payback time for colonialists”. … Continue reading

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