Understanding the DNA of Neo-Colonial State Violence


The fallacy of independence is when so-called citizens think they are citizens when in reality they are simply subjects to their state. Their new conquerors are not in a different shape or form from them. They themselves don't even know what possesses them to perpetuate the colonial subjugation upon those who would otherwise be family. The system they inherited excludes them and gives them a new nature that helps them see themselves as separate and above their masses. It is in the DNA of colonially-inherited state institutions .

all lives matter. Black Men Must Matter Too.


Source: PickPik All Lives Matter. White Lives Matter Asian Lives Matter Arab Lives Matter Indigenous Lives Matter Black Lives Matter Black Women Matter Black Men Matter Too! In racialised societies especially in those where White Men are dominant at the top of the pecking order, Black People generally have worse outcomes in longevity and income … Continue reading all lives matter. Black Men Must Matter Too.

Corona Quacks: Exposing fake coronavirus cures in Ghana – BBC Africa Eye documentary


Coronavirus is sparking an upsurge in falsified drug cures. Personally and through my company RxAll, we are supporting the distribution of this eye-opening BBC undercover documentary exposing the fake cures being peddled in Ghana, West Africa. Premieres in 50 minutes at 2:30PM ET. Be First to Watch.#BBCAfricaEye or @BBCAfrica

Only the African can bring an end to his own oppression


You will find that there will come a time when black people wake up and become intellectually independent enough to think for themselves.Then the black man will think like a black man and he will feel for other black people.And this type of thinking also will bring an end to the brutality inflicted upon black people.And it is the only thing that will bring an end to it. No federal court, state court or city court will bring an end to it. It is something that the black man has to bring an end to himself.

Africans face an existential crisis


The weakness of African countries is an existential crisis to the African race and its diaspora. It serves as signpost to legitimize racial oppression wherever Africans go. But increasingly as more new foreigners move into Africa in search of maintaining economic growth in their homelands, Africans will suffer to maintain their dignity in their own lands.

Addressing inequality through the concept of time-price


adebayoalonge addresses the social issue of inequality through the concept of time-price. He states that inequality is driven by time scarcity suffered by the poor and middle class. The rich have more time to learn. Therefore they can create new income faster and better by selling goods and services from their new knowledge. He advocates that to solve inequality, effort must be placed in improving the stock of knowledge of the poor and middle class through education and entrepreneurship.