Fighting for their rights in the West, but closing their eyes on the suffering inflicted on the Africans by their white masters, for the sake of all their privileges, is precisely what makes most French black activists of the 21st century houseslaves.Lire la suite
Human Rights Watch said police in France “routinely” use excessive force against refugees, including children, in the northern town of Calais.Lire la suite
At a time when open genocide has clearly become the only solution for racists to reduce the number of Blacks and Browns, a brother speaks. Also, message to those living under the Macron Regime in France: » Beware black world your depopulation has once again been programmed! »Lire la suite
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Every slave plantation has its own uncle Tom, ready to sell his peers for the sake of his masters…. many of the few Blacks and Arabs who proudly clad themselves in the outfit of the Uncle Tom, serving the interests of the Socialist Party at the stake of their own peers, will finally have to find themselves a real job…Lire la suite
Taking into consideration the people who, from day one, backed and supported the candidacy of Emmanuel Macron, his election as the eighth president of the fifth republic also means that the shameful story of French Imperialism and exploitation of the darker people in the world and within the Hexagon is still a long live storyLire la suite
“What goes around comes around”, once said Malcolm XLire la suite
this very monetary system, inspired by the Nazi German regime of 1933-1945, is seen by many African organisations as a means for France to control the economy of its former colonies and, by the way, enrich itself at the stake of these same countries.Lire la suite
Far from all prognostics, Jean Luc Melenchon could be the big surprise of the 2017 presidential elections.Lire la suite
The assimilationist campaigns from the colonial and imperialist eras have finally led to the permanent establishment of a French Muslim community whose presence and cultural expression is now perceived as challenging French cultural identity and values. In May last year, France was once again pointed out and condemned by the UN for its political stances that aim at curtailing the cultural expression of its ethnic minorities and particularly the Muslims. “What are the origins of the islamophobic positions held by French politicians and the mass media?” What are the political decisions that finally led to a form of “apartheid” opposing those who define themselves as “Charlies” against those who do not?” Why is the Burkini perceived as a provocation going against what some see as the French values?
Here are some interesting questions that this piece will have the opportunity to discuss.