(Hundreds protest France nuclear firm in Niger) The spirit aroused in the Black man says, “NO” — that the continent and what is on and under its surface belongs to him and his people
For a few hundred years European nations colonized and exploited black Africa. They killed the people. Made mock of the aboriginal people of the earth.
They stole their resources. They occupied their lands. Forced their culture and policies and religion and monetary system down the throats of others.
This system is no longer acceptable for Africa who is coming into their own. They are rising up, no matter which part of the continent it is, against their colonial masters throwing back to them the anglo imperial terms forced upon them to steal their wealth.
We knew this day would come. We knew that it was near…” With the end of the rule of the white race over the Black people of earth in sight — face to face — we have to deal with each other according to the actual facts which exist between the two nations (Black and white). With the nature and desire of the white race to continue their rule and subjection of the darker people even though the white man recognizes these facts, he will continue to try holding onto his rule; his subjection; his thinking of what he has acquired under such rule — that which is his and he cannot give up the prey — his concession — the merchandise which he has exploited out from under the noses and eyes of the real owners (Black man).
He is willing to shed the blood of his own people and that of others to hold onto that which he calls his legal possessions the spirit aroused in the Black man says, “NO” — that the continent and what is on and under its surface belongs to him and his people (Black nation). This spirit and knowledge is now not only confined to Africa and Asia, the Black, brown, and yellow people, but it actually is now arising in the American so-called Negro, the true lost and found brother of the Black man throughout the earth — whether it be Africa or Asia, he is the brother of them all.
It is the desire of the white race to continue to hold power and authority over Black Africa, whether it is in Rhodesia or elsewhere. They will just have to give it up.”–pg.184(tfoa)
Up to 1,000 demonstrators marched in the Niger capital Niamey on Saturday to protest their country’s “unbalanced” partnership with nuclear firm Areva as the French giant negotiates a new uranium mining agreement with the government. The protesters,…