African Leaders: Heroes Or Desperate House Negroes?

2014-08-11 09:28

Just how many times can a man quite miserably attempt at something until ultimately realising he has failed? How many times will the African electorate keep voting indulgent deserters into power, though we see catastrophic and hopeless scenes ever unfolding and expanding?

Definitely we cannot take example from any corner of the globe, because ‘orderly disorder’ reigns supreme everywhere. European populations are absolutely the most oppressed, since the source of global corruption emanates right from their governments and institutions. The only thing they’re overly zealous about is football, whose fanatic support in no way has been proven to generally influence human conditions for the better.

America cannot in any way offer us any formal advice either. Without reluctance we would retort like, ‘You, America of nuclear bombs and foreign invasions are now judging us? You, the United States that could not regulate your own finances and caused the world to sink into a dreadful recession are now giving us economic advice?’

Who then can the current generation of African thinkers learn from, in order to advance this continent for the best, in relation to culture and all else? The major problem we face as African nations is not necessarily infrastructure development, but the lack of humane, intelligent and courageous leaders. As things stand we have none. We watch foreign men plundering and pillaging our resources through the same leaders we elect.

Problems in Africa begin with the rise of the Anglo-Saxon empire and its archaic and outdated quest for global domination. This global outrage saw indigenous populations getting wiped out through combat and infectious disease; cultures getting obliterated and historical facts twisted for psychological pestilence; and land and resources getting usurped for economic and geographical hegemony.

Many pathetic excuses and justifications are given over this shameful episode in modern history by those who refuse to take responsibility or advance change. In the South African instance, outrageous vindications like ‘you also stole land from the Khoi-San’ and ‘we helped civilize this savage land’ are ever thrown about defensively whenever overdue dialogue surfaces.

As much as most African states can claim political independence, they remain socially and economically dominated by their former colonisers. This scenario was well coined by Ghana’s first black president Kwame Nkrumah as Neo-Colonialism. We have thus been freed from slavery and colonialism but have ultimately been swallowed up by contriving and conniving globalism, which is rooted in Zionist misadventure.

We need a new generation of African leaders and thinkers, who do not have ambitions in occult lodges or affiliations with oxidized Egyptian black magic (Freemasonry). Africa should not at this stage be led by an assembly of desperate house negroes like Jacob Zuma (SA), Goodluck Jonathan (Nig), Uhuru Kenyatta (Ken), Joseph Kabila (DRC) and the rest of the atrocious horde. But then again, I suppose the fact that these same drifters are in power says a lot about us than them, pretty frankly.

The same traitors we call African leaders have with one accord rushed off to the United States early this past week, in heed of the supreme call of self-crowned World President Barack Obama. The whole political carousel basically serves to imply that Africans have skill shortages in terms of self-governance and cannot do without the blatant and documented expertise of the West.

As reported in The New York Times last week, ‘Mr Obama will host the leaders at the White House for dinner and will then take part in a series of meetings on Wednesday, mostly focused on increasing United States investment in Africa and promoting peace and stability on the continent’. The report adds that ‘the White House also announced that it would institute new programs and foreign assistance aimed at promoting gender equality in Africa’.

Once again I ask, quite ignorantly so at that, how the USA can promote ‘peace and stability’ in Africa when they are the greatest human rights abusers this world has ever known? Is the United States going to promote peace and stability like they did so in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Egypt, Libya and elsewhere where they meddled in foreign affairs disastrously? How can they ‘promote gender equality in Africa’ when they don’t even have close to proportionate gender representation in their own congresses and government, when they’re such a palpable 21st century patriarchal society?

How can the United States invest in Africa when there are so many disadvantaged Americans in need of education, homes and jobs? How can Barack Obama pledge $37 Billion to Africa when so many American youths languish in poverty and are unable to pay for their tertiary education or find respectable jobs? Didn’t someone say charity begins at home, Mr World President?

Principally, I bear no grievance at all these sadistic foreign governments and their institutions and enterprises. My problem solely rests on these traitors we nurse and nurture at home as leaders, who scheme and plot with devils out of sheer malevolence or unreserved cowardice. My problem is with us, the people of Africa, who allow this entire disgraceful circus to take place on our behalf, in our names. ©

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