AFRICA: A Socialist Continent Aligned with Marxist Rule

While pundits frequently address failed socialism in Venezuela, Cuba, and parts of Europe, few seem to remember or want to unleash the fact that nearly all of Africa was at one time Marxist and now has evolved to Socialism – in name only.  

When African nations began gaining independence from the colonialists of Europe in the 1950’s to1960’s, they equated capitalism with colonialism and thus adopted what they were led to believe was better – Marxist Socialism.

Foreign companies were nationalized while state owned companies were created. Price controls were implemented on rent, trade, exchange, and agriculture. By 1961, the farmers in Ghana could no longer produce enough food for their own subsistence. Millions began to face starvation throughout the continent.   And a culture of refugees was created as people fled to other countries for the privilege of food!

They called it African Socialism as distinguished from Marxism, and used the rationale as a call to mobilize and unite countries shedding colonialism. It was seen as a Movement, a freedom cry whereby these nations were now relieved of the oppression of their colonial warlords – the French, the British and the Spanish.   These were the colonialists that confiscated Africa and ruled from within.

Under colonialism, Africans did not enjoy ‘private property’ and so when socialism was introduced no one objected because no one had ever known anything else. While they couldn’t really identify why African Socialism was any different from Marx, they proclaimed its equality factor, a classless society that would unify all under one status.   Ultimately, that status was abject poverty, starvation, and death.

Materialism was ‘bad’, and collectivism was ‘good’. And it was seen as a Revolutionary Movement!

In Ghana, it took less than 10 years after gaining independence in 1957 for the economy to crash and the president to declare himself as president for life as a means of ensuring his own honor – and wealth preservation.   And as is common in all transitions to socialism, a new Constitution had to be created to conform to the new dictums. The Constitutional Amendment declaring his life as president was approved by 99.91% of voters…

In 1966, while President Nkrumah was off on a visit with North Korea and China, a coup led by the military and police assured he would not be the monarchial socialist for life and he fled to exile. It is estimated that his wealth while president was more than $20 million. That would equate to roughly $150 million today.

But the fate of Ghana was only one of many countries that imploded relatively quickly.   And despite those implosions, many African nations continue their ideology of socialism under rebranding.

For example: Angola rebranded as a social democracy wherein presidential elections are scrapped and instead the president and vice president of the political party that wins the election take office. There are no separation of powers, and the Constitution declares the government to be an ‘authoritarian regime’.  Santos served as president for 38 years, his daughter became the wealthiest woman in Africa with an estimated net worth of over $3 billion. Somewhat like Congress in the US.

This is how Socialism works.

IN Angola, healthcare is free – sort of.   It is severely underfunded, understaffed, and difficult to access – expats are highly encouraged to purchase private insurance. Most of the doctors in Angola are Cuban because, well Angola has no medical profession.   Education is free – for eight years – but few actually go to school.   During the last civil war 1975-2002 all the schools were destroyed. Factors for children not attending include poor health because the healthcare system is completely broken.

Still not convinced? Let’s take a look at Nigeria where the new and improved president political ideology is the All Progressives Congress.   A fancy name for Socialism.   IN fact their international affiliation is “Socialist International”.

Socialist International has members from 100 countries across the globe and was formed in Frankfurt Germany in 1951.   Surprise. Presidents of this organization are borne from mostly European countries; France, Austria, UK, Denmark, Portugal, Greece, Sweden, Finland, etc…  The European Commission is – Socialist.

Mozambique, a destination for many tourists is also ruled under Socialist International having previously aspired to Marxist-Leninism.   Foreign support for the current party has included; Somalia, Cuba, China, Soviet Russia, and the wonderfully socialist countries of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. Its GDP per capita is $493 ranking as one of the poorest countries in the world.   They have virtually no health care, and the completion rate for primary school was last estimated to be 90,000 children.

Equatorial Guinea is the wealthiest on a per capita basis serving under the authoritarian rule of a dictator who has been in office since 1979 and belongs to the Democrat Party which has no platform other than militarism rule. But then it is the only party.

Ever wonder why Africa remains so poor and stagnate despite industrialization and growth everywhere else?   Despite vast swathes of resources?   Despite UN monitoring elections?   Despite billions of investment?

They have evolved from Marxism to Socialism by name only.

IF the media were to show how ‘well’ Socialism has contributed to the equality and wealth of African people, I wonder how it might be recognized for what it truly is by the youth market in the US – it is a means for creating absolute poverty while enriching the One, the president for life and his family.  

Colonize Africa: Merkel and Juncker Coup

EU Commissioner, Paul Juncker, has decided that the EU will invest $46 billion in Africa in order to keep up with the Jones’s – albeit the Jings of China…   He claims that for years the EU has been rattling and waving a big stick of claims toward investment, but no one has yet actually backed their stick with hard cash.   So, apparently, now is the perfect time given all the refugees…  What?

The “hope” is that the EU money will encourage private investors to come into Africa and create vocational training and jobs for nearly one million people.   The population of Africa is 1.2 billion and it is expected to double by 2050.  In current day dollars, an investment of $46 billion represents less than $46 per person.

What can this possibly do?  Nothing for Africa, but everything for the land grabbers who need infrastructure in order to cultivate their – land.

So then it isn’t really about investing in the people, it is about investing in;  transport, road infrastructure and energy.   At the same time, the EU is making statements that in accord with the Paris Climate Agreement, the commitment to gas free transportation is a priority…  So why would they commit billions to drilling oil in Africa if the value of oil is slated to plummet existentially as the EU becomes completely oil free?  Odd.  I think it’s called – hypocrisy.

But it gets even more murky.

The EU wants to tighten its relationship with the EIB, European Investment Bank, which is currently spending 6 billion Euro to determine the causes of migration and flight from Africa…   Hey, I’ll figure it out for free!  It’s because they are dying and have no food, and their governments are so corrupted they will sell everything to the foreigners offering cash which the government will then deposit in an offshore account, while reaping the benefits of the payoff each and every day. And the foreigners?   They continue to pay because the Land Grabs have cultivated a need for um – infrastructure, transport, and energy!   And Africa is the last and largest bastion of resource to confiscate!  Easy Picking’s.

VOILA!

Therefore,  the EU wants the people to ante up and open their pockets to pay for Africa’s infrastructure in order to support the wealthy land grabbers who need free roads and a thriving transport economy to support their agricultural harvests so they can pocket the money in an off=shore account and pay no tax.   Initially, the Paris Climate Agreement money was going to be spent on these needs, but with the US pulling out, a new agenda needed to be created in order to fund these projects.  And so, the billion s necessary to fund the infrastructure to support the land grabbers, will be payable via the Eu Commission mandate.

IN a perfect mind, it would seem that Merkel, Macron, Juncker are completely oblivious to the real Africa, the Africa that is a desolation of constant death, of disease and more death, of authorities who care nothing for the people, and in all probability see the eradication of the populace as ‘global population control’.   In a perfect mind, the visions that are the real Africa are squelched, and like Saudi Arabia, a fake world is portrayed, a Hollywood vista!

These refugees can not create a new Germany.  Or France.   They have a mind, a brain, that has been altered according to their circumstances.  Rape is acceptable.   Pedophilia is acceptable.   Food is the motivation.   And boundaries do not exist – at all.

Yes, they are different. As they should be.  As – contrary to the goodness meme – which states that we are all the same…  we aren’t.   Not one of us.  We are – each unique, according to our genetics, and according to our environment.   

The EU would pretend that their blood is the same.   It may have once been, but it is no longer.    They don’t have an education.  They don’t have a culture.  They know one thing – basic instinctual survival.   And that dictates their every day thinking.   When Merkel and her cohorts discuss educating Africa, they speak to the pits.   Their intention is single minded, to take over Africa.   To create refugees so that entire countries are left desolate and subject to takeover.  To colonize a continent that has for thousands of years – failed.

To rape their land. Their only commodity.  This is the agenda.  It has no moral high ground.

Their leaders are willing subjects, easily bought with gems, liquor, property, and sexual fantasies. We would like to pretend it is otherwise.  But this is the reality.  This is Africa.   And still, their population is estimated to double in thirty years.   Leaving any progress in the toilet as it is too little, too late.   Giving a trade to a million people when the population is 2 .5 billion will not lift them out of their throes of dire poverty, death and starvation.

But it will line the pockets of a few land grab owners who need infrastructure in order to advance the cultivation of their newly acquired land.

And that – is the agenda. Despite Merkel’s fake demonstration. Despite Juncker’s fake empathy.    They have no heart, they are ruled by a dictator who has one rule of Order – World Control.

One only needs to look at the reality of Africa.  Today. And forty years ago.   A hundred years ago.  Nothing has changed for the Afrikaners.   Not in a hundred years or a thousand.   Nor will their be any major change – tomorrow.

They are about to become the new EU slaughterhouse.   Because, their land has usefulness.   Because, the reality is, Merkel and Juncker see them as commodities, not people.   And that is what matters.

How many billions of dollars have already been spent on Africa to no avail.   Has the corruption subsided?  Has the starvation been impeded?  Have the people risen to become middle class by western standards?   Is there even – WATER?   Is there a stove?   Is there a fish?

A hundred years later, is Africa better today than it was a hundred years ago?

Roughly 30,000 people die every day in Africa, more than 50% of them are children.  Is this better?

A hundred years ago Europe was busily trying to determine how best to annex and divide Africa at the behest of Europe.  Nothing has changed.  Just the media.

Somehow, the media is attempting to obliterate history, even history that is fifty years old.  While the internet can be edited and censored, books remain.   Lest we repeat the ‘burning of the books’ during the time of Constantinople, we have a resource to help provide – the Truth.   More than ever, it is important to hold on to the written words, because even the Editors can alter an online book’s dialogue.   But the written word, the physical book, this is our history, our truth, and our wisdom. 

Hide it wisely.