Patrice Émery Lumumba (2 July 1925 – 17 January 1961) was a Congolese independence leader and the first legally elected Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo after he helped win its independence from Belgium in June 1960. Only twelve weeks later, Lumumba's government was deposed in a coup during the Congo Crisis.
Kwame Nkrumah Thomas Sankara Steve Biko Prime Minister Marcus Garvey Nelson Mandela Amilcar Cabral Samora MacHel Julius Nyerere Harriet Tubman United States Martin Luther King Democratic Republic Robert Mugabe Fidel Castro Mobutu Sese Seko
Highlight of my week: finding out my Patrice Lumumba poster is being re-sent, after it was lost in the mail! 👌 ✊
Jazz singer Dorothy Masuka's Mfan Omncane. She was exiled in 1961 for 31 years for singing a song about Patrice Lumumba (Zimbabwe)
Alongside Patrice Lumumba, I doubt there is another African fallen here I admire so much like the 2. Men whose...
it would have to be Patrice Lumumba who inspires me most. Africans with vision
Patrice Lumumba, Steve Biko and Malcolm X are martyrs that are greater then those who are glorified today
Patrice Lumumba : ''Without dignity there is no liberty, and without independence there are no free men'' :
Afrika have yet to recover from the loss of Patrice Lumumba,Kwame Nkrumah, Amilcar Cabral,Bantubonke Biko, Samora MacHel,…
Patrice Lumumba (1925-1961) was the first democratically elected Prime Minister of DRC. He
"A drunken CIA agent was boasting how they had organized the murder of Patrice Lumumba..."
In Congo, Lumumba's assassination is rightly viewed as the country's original sin
The commitment of Patrice Lumumba to Black people is not treasured. There is a tendency to fragment his ideas connecting to other Afrikans.
He also harboured Laurent Kabila of the DRC for over 20 years after the assassination of Kabila's mentor, Patrice Lumumba.
"The day will come when history will speak, Africa will write its own history... it will be a history of glory and dignity" Patrice Lumumba
"Patrice Lumumba, Africa's most beloved leader, was murdered with the support and complicity of the governments of Belgium and the U.S."
Why don't you call Kenny out on the time he called Patrice Lumumba a n*r?
*** my fault I'm just seeing this but it was Patrice Lumumba
Think again when we celebrate Patrice Lumumba,Sankara,Biko,Nkrumah and others.We should begin to look at the CENTRAL ISSUE
Patrice Emery Lumumba was a Congolese independence leader & the first Prime Minister of the DR Congo.(National Hero) htt…
The liberation of the minds of the African people will be tougher battle than the eradication of settler colonial regimes…
All hail the greatest of all African leaders Patrice Lumumba
Patrice Lumumba was a great man and a great hero to many in Africa. The U.S. CIA in concert with Great Britain and Belgium assassinated this great man and put in Mobuto Sese Seko in power. This happened in the early 1960's. Patrice Lumumba was a great man, great hero and an inspiration to so many people. He was a democratically elected leader and the U.S. CIA had him assassinated and ushered in a brutal dictatorship that had links to Idi Amin in Uganda and UNITA in Angola under Jonas Savimbi and even the Apartheid regime of South Africa at the time and his name was Mobuto Sese Seko. He destroyed the economy of the Congo and renamed the country, 'Zaire', in 1971. He wanted to appease his former colonial masters. The U.S., Great Britain, France and Belgium all helped ruin and destroy the Congo while Mobuto was in power. The ravaged and plundered and pillaged that country of valuable natural resources like copper, diamonds and other natural resources.
...Case in point: a galley of Bruce Kuklick and Emmanuel Gerard, Death in the Congo: Murdering Patrice Lumumba, from
The time has come for Afrika to stand up together and fight with one voice the attempts by the metropolitan powers to dictate who is a legitimate leader in Afrika and who is not.writes Dr Motsoko Pheko. These countries have a long history of a "planned regime". If this fails they resort to "regime change". To Britain and America, and all their satellites, " democracy" and "legitimacy" is when their interests prevail over those of the Afrikan people. In Zimbabwe,the Western countries preferred Bishop Abel Muzorewa( than Robert Mugabe).in colonial Northen Rhodesia(now Zambia), Britain and Western allies preferred Harry kumbula to Kenneth Kaunda.In South Africa ( Azania), Prof. Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe was never liked by the West and their agents. He was imprisoned in Robben Island without even a mockery of a trial and later banished until his death. . President Nkrumah was democratically elected in Ghana. But the Western countries( led again by America) used the CIA to overthrow his government. Patrice Lu . ...
"Patrice Lumumba? Some n*r that died dans la guerre". *silence*. "Now the man who eh originally said that eh wasn't racist"
By Patrice Lumumba & Robert Sobukwe I challenge the new Rand Daily Mail to discover and upstage me without turning me into a puppet.
Thank you Martin Luther King Jr, Harriet Tubman, the Black Panther Party, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey & U.N.I.A, Kwame Ture, Patrice Lumumba, Nation of Islam, Fannie Lou Hamer, Noble Drew Ali, Kwame Nkrumah, and the many more Black Veterans who fought for OUR freedom and liberation. We thank you on this day. With all due respect, Veterans Day isn't reserved for just troops. Holidays are what you make it.
So MI6 really had a hand in Lumumba's execution!
Patrice Lumumba. A big salute to all MY Veterans today!!
Patrice Lumumba People's Friendship University was used by the KGB (the Russian-language acronym for the...
Patrice Lumumba University was also used by the KGB, the Soviet intelligence service, to recruit students for...
Patrice Lumumba People's Friendship University’s first vice-rector and a number of its staff were KGB officers...
Malcom-X, Steve Biko, Patrice Lumumba all had one thing in common, despite their fearlessness and assassination; they dressed well.
Patrice Lumumba's story is not told enough. This Black god love the people. What a man. Afrika will one day write its own history.
Afrika needs Patrice Lumumba more than ever ever before.
a dedication to Patrice lumumba the 1st elected Prime Minister of the Democratic…
international community provides the weapons and overthrew Patrice Lumumba a democratically elected leader
A great film about the life of Patrice Lumumba. In French, but English subs:
When Patrice Lumumba was deposed, Fathia spent time with his kids.
Abiye Give Patrice Lumumba a slack he was a nascent democrat
The ousting of Blaise Campaore has opened some old wounds. Thomas Sankara & Patrice Lumumba on my mind.
prominent political figure attended this conference was Patrice Lumumba. Lumumba was appointed a member of a permanent
With the help of Belgium's intelligence & CIA he was executed by Moise Tshombe in 1961. He was only 35 yrs old. . RIP Patrice Lumumba
For his troubles, Patrice Lumumba was pejoratively refered to "the jungle premier" by the American public & media.
Patrice Lumumba naively sought the help of US gov, he even traveled to Washington to plead 4 help against interferance in
In 1960 Patrice Lumumba gave the now famous speech in which he enumerated evil criminality against the people of the
And then the U.S together with the Belgians decided to kill Patrice Lumumba
"You never knew about that night in Katanga. No one was to know." - Patrice Émery Lumumba
I advise all of you to check out this speech by the great Patrice Lumumba.
will know how to defend its independence and its liberty. Long live the Congo! Long live Africa!". Patrice Lumumba
America&EU have the worst records in their dealings with African people.Patrice Lumumba was assassinated with the conniva…
"We know that Africa is neither French, British, American, or Russian"~Patrice Lumumba.
I'm guessing would not support Patrice Lumumba cause he was doing crimes too.
Jan. 1961 Patrice Lumumba was arrested & murdered by secessionists causing a huge scandal. Even his enemies proclaimed him a “national hero”
The United (Snakes) States of AmeriKKKa will be held to account for the death of Patrice Lumumba.
"If you have nothing to die for, then you have nothing to live for.." ~ Patrice Lumumba
your brother and comedian both named after Patrice Lumumba ... im guessing u knew this. but im like wow
I am an Afrikan. Dreams and visions of Mbuya Nehanda, Pixley ka Isaka Seme, Patrice Lumumba. Leadership and discipline of An…
No torture has ever forced me to ask for grace, for I prefer to die with my head high~Patrice Lumumba.
Patrice Lumumba was the 1st democratically elected Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo. He was assassinated in a US a…
The U.S.A admitted that President Eisenhower authorized the murder of Patrice Lumumba.
THIS IS BLACK TO BLACK . I WOULD APPRECIATE IF NO ONE WHO IS NOT BLACK WOULD NOT COMMENT The holiday season is coming up. I usually try to be very diplomatic about this ,because I know you mean well, but I would appreciate it very much if you would not ask me , or try to convince me to celebrate Kwanzaa this year. Every year someone tries to tell me about how it is not about this or that, and I am a forgiving person. However Until you can convince a Jewish or Ethiopian Jew to celebrate a holiday concocted out of thin air by a Jew who collaborated with the Nazi's, or until you can convince a Congolese patriot to celebrate a holiday made up by one of the Congolese accomplices of to the assignation of Patrice Lumumba please spare me and your self the awkwardness. No matter how you rationalize and justify ,and point to Cointelpro,the fact of the matter is Bunchy Carter and Jon Huggins are still dead ,and for me to celebrate Kwanzaa would be celebrating their assassinations.
I added a video to a playlist Patrice Lumumba: Independence Day Speech
Photo: talented10th: Patrice LUMUMBA, the leader of the Congolese national movement (MNC) and Premier. ©...
watching a documentary on Patrice Lumumba got me a little agitated on the treatment | Yet I'll b ok
"Afrika is one,but Afrika is not for everyone. Afrika belongs to Afrikans." ~ Patrice Lumumba
"Patrice Emery Lumumba's prime concern was to make his people conscious of themselves as a nation" - Jean Bulambemba
British Peer- Mi6 organised assasination of Patrice Lumumba to monopolise Congo mineral wealth.
Professor Bayyinah Bello speaking at Afrikan Echoes yesterday and giving her interpretation of how the Ayitian people made their way to Independence during the Ayitian Revolution which was a conduit to all other African's revolting from being enslaved in the America's and being the pre-cursors to African Independence on the continent. Patrice Lumumba, Kwame Nkrumah, etc, Very interesting analysis…Ase'
Folks in the DC Metro Area..this should be a good one. I will be back in town for this..and it would be great to see you all come and support our efforts and get some info on one of our fallen ancestors... IKG's Wisdom Wednesday's presents... Presenter Friends of the Congo CIA and the Assassination of Patrice Lumumba: Unpacking the US Government's Recently Declassified Documents on US Covert Action in the Congo Wed, Oct 15, 7-9pm Description Patrice Lumumba was the first elected Prime Minister of the Congo. He ascended to power in the Congo on June 30, 1960, the date of Congo' s independence from Belgium. Within ten weeks of being elected, Lumumba's government was deposed in a coup. He was subsequently imprisoned and assassinated on January 17, 1961 by Western powers (United States, Belgium, France, England and the United Nations) in cahoots with local leaders such as Moise Tshombe and Joseph Desire Mobutu. This presentation will explore the United States role in the assassination of Patrice Lumumba and . ...
After 1960 independence pro east Patrice Lumumba became head of state, he was toppled by US & European for pro west Mobutu Sese Seko.
him and many other African Revs who were inspired by the US Black power movements. Patrice Lumumba, Walter Rodney, Steve Biko.
Can African pride be this shallow? (My Tuesday column) Perhaps I’m a despicable, counter-revolutionary, neo-colonialist settler after all. During my entire adult life, I have called myself an African. I have visited most countries on the continent and I have met and/or interviewed 13 heads of African states. I’m proud of and associate myself with the people, history and cultures of the people of Africa. I have written much about and made two documentary films on pre-colonial and early colonial African history. But now I find myself out of sync with many of those who also claim to be proud Africans. The Africa I’m proud of appears to be a different one from the one they revere. I’m deeply proud of African leaders who fought for the liberation of Africa and the emancipation of her people. I’m talking about leaders like Patrice Lumumba, Kwame Nkrumah, Leopold Senghor, Samora MacHel, Kenneth Kaunda, Julius Nyerere, Nelson Mandela and Thomas Sankara. But now I find that the darling hero of so many of ...
I could see you in the Stokely Carmichael and the Patrice Lumumba:
Julius Malema is our modern day Patrice Lumumba, Robert Sobukwe, Steve Biko, Chris Hani etc, a radical fearless leader.
EXPOSED: EBOLA VIRUS-EXPIRED POISON PRODUCED BY United States OF AMERICA (USA) TO ASSASSINATE PATRICE LUMUMBA OF CONGO IN 1960 UNDER PRESIDENT DWIGHT EISENHOWER. Amongst the many atrocities of the United States of America in its inordinate quest for universal superpower through the use of draconian policies and direct wars on less powerful nations was the birth of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). Ruminating on the fastest speed the EVD kills Africans and the longevity of the two American contacted with EVD who are receiving treatment in the United States currently, a Spanish priest who also contacted the EVD and still under stable condition, I went into my mini library, browsing through some of my history books in search of little idea about the Deadly Ebola Virus and I came across this book (The State of Africa). It all started in Congo in 1960 when Patrice Lumumba became the first Prime Minister of Congo. Immediately he became the Prime Minister, he told the Belgians in his inaugural speech that "We Are No Lo ...
I agree, but where is Steve Biko who did ask? And where is Patrice Lumumba, who tried to?
Revolution is good but it can get you killed, think of Patrice Lumumba, Martin Lurther, Muammar Gaddafi, Saddam Hussein and Mugabe.
but US started killing the country slowly& H.E PM PATRICE LUMUMBA remains respected than DRC leader!
In case you don't know, the CIA admitted back in 2008 (I think) playing role in the assassination of Patrice Lumumba.
And never forget that Eisenhower ordered the CIA to murder Congolese hero Patrice Lumumba
Never forget what those imperialist *** and their mercenaries did to Patrice Lumumba and the Congo as a whole.
Look up: Patrice Lumumba. A hero. Killed by firing squads that were commanded by the Belgians...with major help from the U.S. govt.
So the then US President authorised the assassination of Patrice Lumumba? I see.
-- Watching documentaries/movies about the assassination of Patrice Lumumba just makes me soo angry... why so much hate?
The CIA's early 1960s Meddling in Congo, the Murder of Patrice Lumumba, and the Rise of Joseph...
situation. . My favourite part was when Patrice Lumumba was compared with God, u can only imagine how...
If you don't know about Patrice Lumumba and his assassination by the CIA, watch this film
RIP Patrice Lumumba. Thanks to the CIA, Belgian Troops and Katangan Rebels, killing Lumumba was replaced with a dictator...
"Among Eisenhower’s last acts as pres was 2order assassinatn of Patrice Lumumba, Congo’s 1st democraticlly elected pm"
"No longer in good standing among subservient politicl classes of Africa r followers of Kwame Nkrumah,Patrice Lumumba&Thomas Sankara."G Ford
"Seon was 22 years old when she met Patrice Lumumba". I didn't expect this sentence in a profile of Dave Chapelle.
On Cape Town, Patrice Lumumba and veld fires relationships.
Man, you may let us free, you may have given us our independence, but we can never forget these scars. —Patrice Lumumba to King of Belgium
Loving but it isn't even satire. Hollywood might make The Patrice Lumumba Story if they could c…
Young Patrice Lumumba didn't have a chance against the mighty USA. But yeah, we're still trying though hard.
Listening to fireworks, I remember - hero cld've led Congo to yrs of true
RIP Patrice Lumumba. Another legend and rebel of the West that the US killed. His bday was yesterday
I. I believe. I believe that. I believe that the US and Belgium played a role in Patrice Lumumba's assassination
10 most interesting facts you may not know about Patrice Lumumba!
Was reading up on Patrice Lumumba yesterday. Hectic stuff!! *** the USA and Belgium
"There is no compromise between freedom and slavery," - Patrice Lumumba
Happy Birthday to the first Prime Minister of The Republic of Congo, Patrice Lumumba - We honor you for the...
Patrice Lumumba! Today is the anniversary of his birth. He was the liberator and first Prime Minister of the...
Happy Birthday, Patrice Lumumba! Here's what really happened in Congo
1925 - Patrice Emery Lumumba, first Prime Minister of an independent Congo, is born
Happy Birthday Patrice: Today would have been Patrice Emery Lumumba's 89th birthday. Lumumba, first prime mini...
It's Patrice Lumumba's 89th birthday! Newly released documents shed further light on the role of the "malignant"...
In 1965,Che Guevara went to Congo to spark a revolution against its pro-Western regime, after independence hero Patric…
Patrice Loch Otieno Lumumba. The president we should have.
Belgium & the USA conspired to murder Patrice Lumumba.
PLEASE! PAY ATTENTION!. Today, July 2nd is the anniversary of one of Afrika's finest sons, Patrice Emery Lumumba!...
- did Ayers ever attend the Patrice Lumumba University of agitprop in Moscow?
Patrice Lumumba, one of Afrika's most important revolutionaries was assassinated by the CIA.
"I ask all of you to forget your tribal quarrels. They exhaust us. They risk making us despised abroad, Patrice Lumumb…
Photoset: ourafrica: On this day in the year 1925, Patrice Émery Lumumba was born. He was the first...
Happy birthday to Patrice Emery born July 2, 1925. Learn about the man his life & his ideas htt…
Lets not forget..Patrice Lumumba who fought for the freedom of the Congo and led us into Independence.
Happy birthday to a fallen soldier of progress and pan-africanism. Rest In Power Patrice Émery Lumumba.
Happy 89th Birthday Patrice Emery Lumumba. We remember today your life you gave for the Congo to be…
"We are going to restore ancient laws and make new ones which will be just and noble," Patrice Lumumba, June 30, 1960 …
Who among the following was associated with the freedom struggle of Tanzania? (a) Patrice Lumumba (b) Kenneth Kaunda (c) Kemal Ataturk (d) Dr. Julius Nyere. Ans:d
2-1 for the Black stars! Patrice Lumumba, Modibo Keita, Abdelkrim el Khattabi, Ali la pointe, you are avenged!
We have known harassing work, exacted in exchange for salaries which did not permit us to eat enough to drive away hunger. - Patrice Lumumba
Our wounds are too fresh and too painful still for us to drive them from our memory. - Patrice Lumumba.
Dead, living, free or in prison on the orders of the colonialists, it is not I who counts. It is the Congo, it our people. - Patrice Lumumba
The death of Patrice Lumumba and attempted assasination of Fidel Castro came from one source...?
On the occasion of the independence of the Congo The Nile Foundation for African Studies and Strategic make seminar about the biography of the A Pan Africanism Congolese Freedom Fighter Patrice Lumumba
This act of Terrorism is history but it is also a current event. The actions against Zimbabwe and its President Sir Robert Mugabe is the first phase of the same thing done to Patrice Lumumba. So the acknowledgement and apology isn't worth the paper it was written on.
Jagdish Keshav: Military bases in over 150 countries. Interventions, invasions, bombings. Assassinations of people like Salvador Allende, Dr Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, Patrice Lumumba, Saddam Hussain, Muammar Gaddafi. Attempted ones, one too many, on Fidel Castro. Decimation or total destruction of countries like Iraq and Libya. Latest interference in Syria and Ukraine. Millions dead due to this nation's illegal and inhuman actions in countries such as Vietnam, Korea, Chile, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Honduras, Iraq, Libya, Syria etc. Having lived in the US for about 20 years, I can vouch that the American people are generous, open, big hearted, friendly and embracing. So then why this consistent contradiction from their own govt that have spanned many decades? Answer is quite simple. The people have been lied to by their own govt. The mainstream media, owned by corporations have had a major role in this. All lies based on human rights and democracy. And interventions follow these lies. Results have been deadly for ...
WILL CONGO EVER KNOW THE REAL MEANING OF NORMAL LIFE? What Really Happened in Congo 38 min 47 secs +ADD TO PLAYLIST BUY AUDIO VERSION It didn’t take long for Congo’s transition from Belgian colony to sovereign state to turn ugly. Both the Soviet Union and the United States were keeping a close eye on the mineral-rich country at the heart of Africa when, on June 30, 1960, it gained independence under a democratically elected government headed by Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba. A charismatic nationalist, Lumumba led the only party in parliament with a nationwide, rather than ethnic or regional, base. Within days, however, Congo’s troops mutinied against their all-white officer corps (a holdover from the colonial era) and started terrorizing the European population. Belgium responded by sending forces to reoccupy the country and helping Congo’s richest province, Katanga, secede. The United States, declining the appeals for help from the new Congolese government, instead threw its support behind a UN ...
Having a conversation about Patrice Lumumba with a person I'd never have expected to be knowledgeable about such totes made my day :)
TO SISTER SHERRY TATE LOGICALLY, HOW CAN JUSTICE BASS AND MYSELF COME TOGETHER TO WORK WITH CEDRICK INGRAM/TYRONE MCWRIGHT OR OTHERS LIKE HIM? Our View Wm Naacp FROM SHABAKA AFRIKA, CRITTENDEN COUNTY NAACP PRESIDENT.Sherry, I don't understand what you mean.. I hope you will elaborate. Just how and why do you propose that we come together? I don't recall anywhere in any of Mr. Cedrick Ingram's posts over the past several weeks where he indicated a concern about unity on any level. Both Justice Bass and myself as well as a few others have repeatedly requested that he explain how and why he disagreed with us. He has refused to share his views on any issues we have addressed, or even on the state of Black leadership in Crittenden County. He never said "I disagree with yawl on this and that, and this is what I think we should do or say differently". From the outset over a month ago Mr. Cedrick Ingram/Tyrone McWright has been on the attack which is fine with us. To date no one who has been critical of ourview w ...
I'm glad we're still examining the life and death of Patrice Lumumba.
Great piece in on the CIA & Patrice Lumumba. Read in tandem with The Poisonwood Bible
How the CIA's meddling led to the 1961 death of Patrice Lumumba, Congo's first democratically elected Prime Minister:
Patrice Lumumba told whites to leave Congo and go back to Belgium if they didn't work with Gov, in SA they insult us for protecting them!
No one is perfect in this imperfect world. --Patrice Lumumba
Avenue Patrice Lumumba. Tillim, Guy. Features eighty images from Angola, Mozambique, Madagascar and the Democratic...
Too many great African leaders (Thomas Sankara, Patrice Lumumba, Steve Biko, Nelson Mandela) we never talk bout came about in the yrs of
RTNew insights into US role in assassinating Patrice -
New insights into US role in assassinating Patrice Lumumba -
In December 2013 the U.S. admitted the murder of Congo’s 1st democratically-elected Prime Min, Patrice Lumumba…
Six million civilians killed ... Just as many as the number of Jews the Nazis killed during the WW II. Quite a record for a "democracy" ... " What I really got out of these 6 years in Africa was a sense ... that nothing we were doing in fact defended U.S. national security interests very much. We didn't have many national security interests in Bujumbura, Burundi, in the heart of Africa. I concluded that I just couldn't see the point.We were doing things it seemed because we were there, because it was our function, we were bribing people, corrupting people, and not protecting the U.S. in any visible way. I had a chance to go drinking with this Larry Devlin, a famous CIA case officer who had overthrown Patrice Lumumba, and had him killed in 1960, back in the Congo. He was moving into the Africa division Chief. I talked to him in Addis Ababa at length one night, and he was giving me an explanation - I was telling him frankly, 'sir, you know, this stuff doesn't make any sense, we're not saving anybody from an ...
Patrice Lumumba, the first legally elected Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), was assassinated 50 years ago today, on 17 January, 1961. This heinous crime was a culmination of two inter-related assassination plots by American and Belgian governments, which used Congolese accomplices and a Belgian execution squad to carry out the deed. Ludo De Witte, the Belgian author of the best book on this crime, qualifies it as "the most important assassination of the 20th century". The assassination's historical importance lies in a multitude of factors, the most pertinent being the global context in which it took place, its impact on Congolese politics since then and Lumumba's overall legacy as a nationalist leader. For 126 years, the US and Belgium have played key roles in shaping Congo's destiny. In April 1884, seven months before the Berlin Congress, the US became the first country in the world to recognise the claims of King Leopold II of the Belgians to the territories o ...
Patrice Lumumba at a press conference. Guess who's on his LEFT? His once RIGHT hand man Mobutu Sese Seko.
MARCHING to ZION.Martyrs of June 4th 1979.Tommorow marks 35 years of June 4th Uprising.on this day 35 years ago with my youthful exuberance and my love for the mother land.posters were pasted all around the walls of Burma Hall...some inscriptions were.Trial or no Trial Aluta Continua,Junior Jesus save Ghana,Let the Blood Flow,Action Now,Amanda await You,Free JJ Now,We no go sit down make you cheat us Every Day,Accountability and Probity Now.and many more.those were the days of Afro Moses Rubber Sandals,Kaya Bales and the wearing of long bears...some popular symbols amongst us at that time were images of Bob Marley,Ernesto "Che" Guevera,Fidel Castro,Nelson Mandela,Kwame Nkrumah,Patrice Lumumba,Marcus Garvey etc.
We are tired of political rhetoric, African people are always taken for a ride. I call upon forces of Africa,real fighters of our liberation struggle. Sankara please hear our cries from the top of Kilimanjaro,on the banks of the Nile we sit weeping for guidance of Patrice Lumumba and Amilcar Cabral, lodestar that guided Kwame Nkrumah and Nyerere. From distant seas I can hear Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey shouting, by all means necessary defeat the enemies of Africa. Looking From windows of heaven I can see Sobukwe,Biko and Hani's unwinking eyes dropping them tears of sorrow. Asking where is Azania headed? answer me Motseki Mabuya.
The name of “our” enemy has changed over the years, from communism to Islamism, but generally it is any society independent of western power and occupying strategically useful or resource-rich territory. The leaders of these obstructive nations are usually violently shoved aside, such as the democrats Muhammad Mossedeq in Iran and Salvador Allende in Chile, or they are murdered like Patrice Lumumba in the Congo. All are subjected to a western media campaign of caricature and vilification – think Fidel Castro, Hugo Chávez, now Vladimir Putin.
I agree with Professor Robert Hill and Renoko Rashidi who both says that in their view, Marcus Garvey qualifies as the greatest Black man of the past hundred years. Of course, there are many, many others who came before and laid the foundation for the likes of Marcus M. Garvey and there are those to come for whom we must preserve this knowledge. Robert A. Hill and his staff . . . have gathered over 30,000 documents from libraries and other sources in many countries. The Garvey papers will reshape our understanding of the history of Black Nationalism and perhaps increase our understanding of contemporary black politics.”—Clayborne Carson, the Nation. There many worthy to be named important to our liberation process Elijah Muhammad, Noble Drew Ali, Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez , Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba, Steve Beko, Nelson Mandela from Africa all great men. Marcus Mosiah Garvey personifies the excellence of the African people. As a mass leader, propagandist, organizer and activist, Garvey had no peer ...
The "United States of Africa" was mentioned first by Marcus Garvey in his poem 'Hail, United States of Africa' in 1924. Garvey's ideas deeply influenced the birth of the Pan-Africanist movement which culminated in 1945 with the Fifth Pan-African Congress in Manchester, United Kingdom, attended by W. E. B. Du Bois, Patrice Lumumba, George Padmore, Jomo Kenyatta, Dudley Thompson, and Kwame Nkrumah. Later, Nkrumah and Haile Selassie took the idea forward to form the 37 nation Organisation of African Unity, the precursor of the African Union. The idea of a multinational unifying African state was noted in the French publication Le Monde diplomatique as a successor to the medieval African empires: the Ethiopian Empire, the Ghana Empire, the Mali Empire, the Songhai Empire, the Benin Empire, the Kanem Empire, and other historic nation states On 9.9.1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organisation of African Unity issued a Declaration (the Sirte Declaration) calling for the establishment of an African ...
AS THE MOMENTOUS COUNTDOWN BEGINS, "According to superstitions, 13 is a fatal number. For IYPF it is a symbol of luck. Founded in 2001, in 2014 the organization enters a completely new momentum. The ambitious new Board had minds open to think big. The landmark opening of the IYPF Secretariat in Brisbane, Australia is a first step on a long pathway that we are all yet to go through. The appointment of Rassel Chisango, former IYPF Director, as the organization’s CEO brings inspiration and zeal that has already been appreciated by the IYPF membership and partners" Rosen Dimov , ...GOD BLESS www.iypf.org like eye has never seen & ear has never heard, beyond ALL`s imagination, for current and future generations... dedicated to Abraham Lincoln, Samora MacHel, Dr. King, John Kennedy, Patrice Lumumba, Kwame Nkrumah, Oliver Reginald Kaizana Tambo, Mbuya Nehanda, Sekuru Kaguvi, Hebert Chitepo, Joshua Mqabuko Nyongolo Nkomo, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, Steve Jobs, My Mother, My Father... not forgetting the "PROPHE ...
On Saturday afternoon my spirit connected with that of Patrice Lumumba the only man who was capable of making CONGO DR become that nation she was suppose to be . My Chi wanted me to draw some important lessons from his travails . Funny i have never heard about Patrice but i am sure the block was for a reason and for a timing. For one month i haven't re charged my cable subscription so last Saturday after work i decided to do so . After getting connection i turned on BBC to see if i can watch the Chibok drama but the program was Date line so i sat back to listen to the various debate on the weeks news. Getting bored i decided to change channel and one Channel got my attention DTN my Chi moved me to open it and the pictures i first saw looked like Martin Luther civil rights movement and another scene looked like Aparthied rally in South Africa , Suddenly a banner among the demonstrators caught my gaze it was LUMUMBA so i got curious. WHO is Lumumba ? So i decided to sit back and watch to know what the wh .. ...
51 YEARS LATER::: The likes on Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana,Patrice Lumumba of the then Zaire among others mobilised an African opinion to advance African cause and on 25 May 1963,they formed the OAU now the African Union in Addis Ababa.The idea was to liberate Africa from its colonisers!Put simply, the agenda was on the emancipation of African people!The AU's mandate is to advance the collective political,social and economic agenda of African countries.It seeks to provide/safeguard collective security of African countries,to promote peace and security among its member states. But sadly 51 years later,Africa is still not FREE!This pains my heart fellow Africans.51 years after, we are still where we were in 1963.In 1963,colonial masters were after African resources i.e cheap labour,land,minerals etc.Now 2014, the same Western countries that petitioned Africa among themselves in 1884 at Berlin conference,are heavily descending to Africa for cheap labour,land and minearls.This is now termed THE NEW SCRAMBLE FOR A ...
Today is Africa Day which marks 51st anniversary since the establishment of THE ORGANISATIO OF AFRICAN UNITY the OAU. Africa has come a long way to be where it is today. I wish to salute all the heros of the African continent who made heroic sacrifices to ensure that we are where we are today, the likes of Amilcar Cabral, Julias Nyerere, Nkwame Nkrumah, Helsi Lasse, Patrice Lumumba, Samora MacHel, Nelson Mandela and many more! God bless Africa! Nkosi sikelel'iAfrica!
THIS IS YOUR WEEKLY REMINDER: THE FLORIDA BOYCOTT CONTINUES!!! For those of us in the States, this is Memorial Day weekend, a time of remembrance of the warriors among us, those who struggled and stood and fought and bled and died for something greater than themselves. Traditionally, many of Us use this time to offer gratitude and respect to the many fallen heroes of Our peoples: Nzinga, Cinque, Nat Turner, Sojourner Truth, Lozen, Toussaint L'Ouverture, Geronimo, Harriet Tubman, John Brown, Black Elk, Gabriel Prosser, Frederick Douglass, Robert Smalls, Ganga Zumba, Oginga Odinga, Ida B. Wells, Patrice Lumumba, Malcolm X, Walter Rodney, Samora MacHel, Fred Hampton, and on and on; as well as nameless others on whose shoulders we stand. I personally add to those so honored the members of my own family who suffered and struggled and sacrificed to make "a way outta no way" for me and mine. We honor these Precious Ones, because they left a legacy of fortitude, courage, vision and commitment -- commitment to ove ...
on that vibe...reading some Dambudzo Marechera and thinking about Patrice Lumumba and Nkwame Nkrumah. May God heal Africa
Capital Place - Accra's first office park development is scheduled to be completed in a two months. It is located at 11 Patrice Lumumba road, Airport, Accra Uncompromising attention to detail has led to the design of a unique business environment with peak functionality, accessibility and visibility. The business park will comprise of 3 office buildings each approx. 2000sqm. Each building has been designed to give all corporates the brand visibility and identity they desire. Each building will have fiber optic connectivity allowing for superior internet, data and communication access. The site enjoys superb access to and from the CBD and is a 5 minute drive from the airport and very close to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
REMEMBERING ELOMBE BRATH! - So many of my closest comrades in struggle are making their transitions. Gil Noble, Amiri Baraka, Jitu Weusi, Chokwe Lumumba, Atchuda Bakr, John Watusi Branch, Dave Walker to name a few. And now my beloved brother Elombe Brath. Brother Elombe was considered a walking encyclopedia on African Liberation and a pioneer in the cultural revolution in America. He showed us through his " Grandassa Models " that Black was beautiful long before it was fashionable. He was a Pan-Africanist Revolutionary Freedom Fighter of the highest order. Brother Elombe will be sorely missed. Take your well deserved rest my Brother besides your heroes, Patrice Lumumba, Marcus Garvey, Carlos Cooks, Harriet Tubman, Malcolm X and countless others. Job well done my Brother! Forward Ever!
I have loved politics all my life-i enjoyed as a young naive boy reading of Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King, Jr. Jomo Kenyatta,Tom Mboya,Thomas Sankara, Patrice Lumumba, Dedan Kimathi et al,,but the current crop of politicians we have as a country lack no motivation and the lesser you talk about them the better. No matter the level of hatred,tribal animosity and empty rhetoric's preached by the so called "leaders" i choose to remain positive and allow God to do His will upon Kenya. and did i say, i love my president Uhuru Kenyatta. we shall overcome!!
Like I said beforehand, the president needs to be adequately advised to rethink his appointments in the public sector. So many regions feel left out. These are the things that brood animosity between communities. Since, seemingly he doesn't read history unless compelled to, I wish to refer him to the story of Liberia during the days of one Samuel Doe. Or the story of Congo during the days of Patrice Lumumba and Joseph Kasavubu. He should go further and read about Mobutu Sese Seko after he changed Congo into Zaire. If still he doesn't learn from those, he should go across and read about Idi Amin in Uganda in the 70s and check the history of Rwanda up to the climax of the slaughter of a million people in 1994. Fortunately, all this information is available online. If push comes to shove, the president should know that he and his perceived supporters stand to lose more. I say "perceived " because this is not necessarily true. Just yesterday, one of his loyal supporters, one Moses Kuria, .was advoc ...
STOP THIS WEATHER-BEATEN HYSTERIA AND THINK DEEPER I have read so much how the US and other european powers fund destabilisation of emerging economies in Africa, how the CIA, MOSSAD, etc mastermind the operations Al Queda, Boko Haram, etc, how they turn our economies to spin on their heads. But, all these footsoldiers of the West happen always to be africans! Does it suggest we're no match to them, intellectually at least? And who do we blame if they continuously use us or if we continuously remain unappreciative of the consequences of their biddings that we do? Do these intelligence outfits work with natives or whites for information and liquidation activities in Africa? Do they anchor on and work with educated or illiterate africans? Who is fighting Nigeria in Sambisa Forest-the marines? Who killed Thomas Sankara - the French? Who killed Patrice Lumumba- the Belgians or whites from the USA? We better look inward and treat ourselves to a point where we should know when we're manipulated and the conseque ...
Does anyone find it odd that Hintsa KaKhawuta, chief of the Xhosa nation, Nat Turner, Thomas Sankara, Patrice Lumumba, Che Guevara and countless other freedom fighters were not only assassinated as per the ruling powers of the United States/Europe...but were ALL DISMEMBERED before burials. Both of Che Guevara's hands were removed by a "physician" on the premise of fingerprint identification.; I thought one only needed a finger? Thomas Sankara's family wanted to exhume his body for DNA identification, but their request was denied. Do we really believe rituals...whether they are done for good or evil...are exclusively done by indigenous people only?
Where would their respective countries be and Africa in general, if these statesman and patriots,where allowed to live by the powers that be??? Tom Mboya,Steve Biko, Eduardo Mondlane,Samora MacHel,Patrice Lumumba, Namndi Azikiwe,Abubakar Tafawa Balewa,Thomas Sankara,and Amilcar Cabral.
Meet 9 more leaders who, like Patrice Lumumba, died before their work was finished.
Over 50 years ago democratically elected Patrice Lumumba was murdered. His lost was a great injustice. God Bless...
" You must enegetically combat tribalism, which is a poison, a social scourge that is the country's misfortune today" ~ Patrice Lumumba. 1960. Address to Congolese Youth.
Patrice Lumumba was a sterling leader and visionary. He was democratically elected but because his views were left of the center, the USA and Belgium conspired to have him killed. Same happened in Chile with Salvador Allende, the USA conspired to have him assassinated. No nation, not even the USA, can continue for long to commit crimes in the backyards of others and think the chickens will not come home to roost. To your journey!
Lionel Foy you just mention my resemblance to these 2 super heroes and I'd to research and it seems there is a likeness but who is which is Patrice Lumumba and which is Malcom X?
You have to remember, this is the man who called Patrice Lumumba a n***er.
A poem by Patrice Lumumba black man, beast of burden through the centuries, Your ashes scattered to the winds of heaven, There was a time when you built burial temples In which your murderers sleep their final sleep. Hunted down and tracked, driven from your homes. Beaten in battles where brute force prevailed. Barbaric centuries of rape and carnage That offered you the choice of death or slavery. You went for refuge to the forest depths, And other deaths waylaid you, burning fevers, Jaws of wild beasts, the cold, unholy coils Of snakes who crushed you gradually to death. Then came the white man, more clever, tricky, cruel, He took your gold in trade for shoddy stuff, He raped your women, made your warriors drunk, Penned up you sons and daughters on his ships. The tom-toms hummed through all the villages, Spreading afar the mourning, the wild grief At news of exile to a distant land Where cotton is God and the dollar King. Condemned to enforced labor, beasts of burden, Under a burning sun from dawn to dus ...
From conspiracy theory to fact? The killing of Patrice Lumumba, the first Prime Minister of DRC
Excellent documentary on the murder of Patrice Lumumba. The last scene with the murder makes my blood boil
Thomas Sankara may not be a household name, yet to many Africans, he was a leader in equal stature to Kwame Nkrumah, Marcus Garvey, Patrice Lumumba, Robert Mugabe and Laurent Gbagbo. Born in 1949 in a country formerly known as Upper Volta, Sankara embarked on a military career, quickly rising in the ranks. Sankara became his country’s head of state in 1983 after leading a coup d’état against the then current imperialist puppet government. He renamed his country Burkina Faso, meaning “Land of Upright People.” For a man referred to as “The African Che Guevara,” it is no surprise that he is still widely unknown in Africa and the West. Profoundly influenced by the work of Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin, he committed his presidency to eradicating poverty and to uplifting the common man. As a Pan- Africanist, he sought to end the political ventriloquism practiced by former African colonial rulers as well as the continent’s dependency on foreign aid. “He who feeds you, controls you”, he argued. ...
REMEMBERING THE LAST WORDS OF PATRICE LUMUMBA : These were men no the Mickey Mouse Poloticians we are having now...Gone too soon!! My dear companion, I write you these words without knowing if they will reach you, when they will reach you, or if I will still be living when you read them. All during the length of my fight for the independence of my country, I have never doubted for a single instant the final triumph of the sacred cause to which my companions and myself have consecrated our lives. But what we wish for our country, its right to an honorable life, to a spotless dignity, to an independence without restrictions, Belgian colonialism and its Western allies-who have found direct and indirect support, deliberate and not deliberate among certain high officials of the United Nations, this organization in which we placed all our confidence when we called for their assistance-have not wished it. They have corrupted certain of our fellow countrymen, they have contributed to distorting the truth and our ...
NIGERIAN ARMY WITH HER INT'L REPUTATION In 1960 Congo Crisis (KATANGA) in which Patrice Lumumba was killed. In Liberian Crisis in which ECOMOG fought. In Sudan/South Sudan ethnic Crisis; in all these international outings Nigerian Soldiers won Laurels from United Nations for their gallantry and Un-common bravery, How come that Boys Scouts (BH) for the past five years in their own territory NorthEast have defied the Award Winning Nigerian Soldiers to the extent that other Soldiers from other Countries are now invited to rescue Girls for them from the Boys Scouts.
U.S. government admitted last year to assassination of Congolese leader last century
Don´t say you don´t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Louis Pasteur, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba, Nelson Mandela, Agostinho Neto...
[The Guardian] Patrice Lumumba: the most important assassination of the 20th century
"Don't weep my love. One day history will have its say...that of a new Afrika"; Patrice Lumumba
cat fight in an elevator VS 27 people getting shot in Chicago this week and the US Government admitting to killing Patrice Lumumba...
The last letter of patrice lumumba.. My dear companion.RT“Patrice Lumumba.”
Flashback: Remembering the US/Belgian assassination of Congo's first legally-elected president
Britain's Secret Intelligence Service MI6 is alleged to have "organised" two high-profile murders in 1961: Congolese Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba in January and UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld in September. Together with the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the South African Ci…
And they used to have such nice parties at Patrice Lumumba University ...
On Congo and the US involvement in the past. An important read for ers and ers.
Patrice Lumumba: Africa will write its own history, and to the north and south of the Sahara, it will be a glorious and dignified history!!!
It has America's fingerprints all over! Remember US was behind assassination of Patrice Lumumba
You know why people like Mandela, Martin Luther King, Patrice Lumumba...heck even Ghandi stand out and are considered heroes?
1960 With Patrice Lumumba still under arrest, fighting breaks out between rival Congolese tribes in Kinshasa
"Patrice Lumumba: Most important assassination of 20th Century".
CIA just released a document saying they authorized the assassination of Patrice Lumumba.man.
Been working on a poem about Patrice Lumumba
then you should know better, after Vivian Foe, Patrice Lumumba collapsed while playing the rule was introduced to all sports.
The US-sponsored plot to kill Patrice Lumumba, the hero of Congolese independence.
Abdullahi Qarshe gets interviewed about writing a song about the assassination of Patrice Lumumba. Here it is:
Thanks brother, the dreams of patrice lumumba & Kwame Nkrumah must be realized
Since the assassination by firing squad of Patrice Lumumba in January 1961 took place, the people of the Congo have never known political happiness. Then there was Kwame Nkrumah, , Sankara, Gadhafi and Samora MacHel. (I mention only the popular names; there were many like them). Robert Sobukwe, was also poisoned. What is common about the deaths of these sons of Africa is that their thoughts and actions were inimical to the interest of imperialism. Sadly, most of them died with the help of their own African brothers. Since the PAC carries the ideas and ideals of these heroes, it is not surprising that it is targeted by the same imperialists and with the help of our brothers. A pretty bundle of PAC votes were stolen, once again.
Those who talk about victory must explain what the victory is about .The real victory is yet to come which will be celebrated by African ancestoral spirits of Thomas Sankara ,Patrice Lumumba,Steve Biko,Mangaliso Sobukwe,kwame Nkruma and many others.The ANC has sold us on the issue of land.They said ua free to dance over their election victory with a free boerewors roll and free yellow shirt with Mandela picture
Forty years after the murder of the Congolese independence leader Patrice Lumumba, evidence has…
African History is replete with glory and the proverbial Judases... Ever wonder what would have happened to Uganda if Edward Mutesa had not been deposed by Obote who was later deposed by General Amin, or Burkina Faso if Thomas Sankara had not been betrayed by Blaise Compaore? Let alone Congo if Patrice Lumumba had not been back stabbed by Mobutu Sese Seko? Never mind Nigeria and Chikwuma Nzeogwu and Balewa... The list is endless and begs the question of our true heritage. Really! Must every brave be the chief? Progress will only be made on our continent if we re-write the future. At one point all these despots that ended up causing so much havoc had sponsors with Economic interests...
Many other eminent scholars and leaders such as Kwame Nkrumah, Cheikh Anta Diop, Marcus Garvey, Patrice Lumumba, Julius Nyerere, Sekou Touré, Kenneth Kaunda and Thabo Mbeki also called for the rebirth of Africa. Despite the recurrent echoes of such ideals by the aforementioned Africans, the lack of progress has been astounding. If it requires the youth to revolt against their authoritarian leaders, whether through peaceful or violent means, in order that change is effected, then so be it. Liberation from authoritarian rule will not be handed out on a silver platter, but needs to be taken. The future of the African Youth is dependent on our will to be the catalyst for change. That brighter day envisioned by our forefathers shall rise only when we, the African Youth, rise against the injustices visited upon us.
Who killed Patrice Lumumba? The murder of those awesome leaders, Patrice Emery Lumumba and Thomas Sankara is the greatest example of how Africans have been programmed to hate one another and an absolute assassination of progress and growth. We get paid to betray one another in Africa and we are always proud doing that yet we blame others. We must admit it, we're powerless and we don't want to rise and be powerful. We pull logical leaders down through external influences and make our lives miserable. We did it for Lumumba in Congo and till date Congo is never peaceful. We did it for Sankara in Burkina Faso. We did it for Nkrumah in Ghana and retarded the growth history for years before Rawlings came to undo the doing. We did it Libya. We did it in Central African Republic where France bolstered the Seleka rebels again Francois Bozize. We are our own greatest enemies. Foreigners see the crack in our wall and fester on there. Despite the invasion and destruction of Iraq, Obama as President still praised Bush ...
Since 1994, no party talked of the economic emancipation of Africans, no party challenged the continued pillaging of our mineral resources, God Simakade’s precious and well-thought out gift to us, South Africans! He did not give it to Anglo Platinum, De Beers, Exxaro, Gold Fields, Harmony Gold, Impala Platinum, JFPI Corporation, Kumba Iron Ore, or Wesizwe Platinum – it is not anybody’s private garden but a national treasure from which all should & must live. For the first time since 1994, elections are exciting, because a voice ‘crying in the wilderness’ is crying sense, and it is gaining momentum. Thank you Mr Malema for being bold!!! May the All-seeing God, uSimakade, iDwala Laphakade, be to the EFF “the Cloud by Day and the Fire by Night”. May He see the EFF through, so that the spirits of Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba, Steve Biko & Thomas Sankara, at last finds rest in the knowledge that ‘some Africans find everything wrong with the continued neo-colonialism of our continent’. May . ...
Gamal Abdel Nasser, Patrice Lumumba, Thomas Sankara, Eduardo Mondlane, Ahmed Ben Bella amongst others..the African story, our dilemma..for how long will we be in chains, we know not.
Well, here is my view about Musi Maimane: I do not believe that Musi is faking Obama, I think He is inspired by Obama's leadership style. just like Steve Biko was inspired by Robert Sobukwe, and Patrice Lumumba who inspired by Kwame Nkrumah. leaders are inspired by other leaders and in a modern society like ours, it is good to have young leaders like Musi, and we should build a society that embraces such leaders.
The way The Great Mandela has been honoured and respected and his legacy celebrated by not only South Africans but also Africans and the world at large is an example of how a nation and a people should celebrate the legacy of The Great African men and women.Celebrate our heroes and heroins by erecting statue in their honour, putting their potraites on money, sing songs for them, do movies about them, write books about their lives, name towns, cities and significant buildings and places in their honour . Here are some of Africa's great men and women that come to mind are, Queen Nanny, Malcolm X,Martin Luther King Junior, Heuy Newton, Medger Evers, Angel Davies, Muhammad Ali, Hannibal Barca, Taharka, Mansa Musa, Queen sheba, Queen Amina, Queen Nandi, Steve Biko, Oliver Tumbo, Joshua Nkhomo, sobhukwe, Robert Mugabe, Kenneth Kaunda, Julius Mwalimu Nyerere, Samorah Mitchel, Patrice Lumumba, Jomo Kenyta, Kwame Nkurumah, Ben bella, Haile Silase, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, menelik the first and the second and ofco . ...
Commissar Thokozani H. Dladla genuine response to Gayton McKenzie's “Open Letter to Julius Malema”. "Julius Malema has been in the political arena for years and founded a political party 9 months back, it beats me what triggered your anxiety into thinking that now is the appropriate time for you to launch your political party’s manifesto with 14 days to the elections at the expense of Julius Malema and Economic Freedom Fighters." "A revolutionary is a person who participates in, or advocates revolution, that’s what Julius Malema is and that’s what Patrice Lumumba and Thomas Sankara were, unlike the conservative person that you are. The term revolutionary refers to something that has a major, sudden impact on society or on some aspect of human endeavor and that’s what EFF has done and still doing, which is why the upcoming elections are predicted to be the highly contested in the history of the young SA democracy. revolution is about an ideology not fashion statements. If you feel your mum and ...
Live like a warrior and die like a soldier This was the battle for the fittest and so they lived like warriors and died like soldiers because such race was not for the swift. Big Ups to Kwame Nkrumah,Nelson Azumah,Yaa Asanteewa,Madiba Mandela,Patrice Lumumba,Muama Gadafi,Robert Mugabe,Marcus Garvey,Julius Nyerere,Rawlings JJ,Sekou Toure,Yes its Bob Marley,Shaka Zulu. At the end of the day Good name is always better than riches And 1 life of TRUTH is worth more than 9 lives of LIES You better know which is Big up the ancestors once again!!!
Africa Africa.anyone can change our moda continent Africa.and every african should try cuz africa will soon rise once again.and pan africanism is the future.respect to all our great pan african leaders who came to laydown their lifes for us.ppl like Marcus Garvey. Kwame Nkrumah. Patrice Lumumba. Jomo Kenyatta. Gaddafi. Malcom X. Ahmed Sekou Toure.Harrie Tubman. Nana Yaa Asantewaa. Sister Souljah. and to all those who contiue to fight for our beloved continent.i hv hope for africa wat abt u...
4 ppl I would really like to learn in-depth about: Patrice Lumumba, Salvador Allende, Kwame Nkrumah, and Mohammad Mosaddegh.
Robert Mugabe represents the last of a dying breed.. A breed that brought us the likes of Thomas Sankara, Julius Nyerere, Patrice Lumumba, Stephen Bantu Biko, Robert Sobukwe, Amilcar Cabral, Chris Hani and many more.. Most of you will only realise 20years from now the depth of Mugabe's contribution to the survival and progression of Zimbabwe and Africa at large..
Will attempt to address the three previous questions in a not so short summary that links to ‘Pacte Coloniale’. You cannot address any African issue without going into the following: 1. Politics (.1’Pacte Coloniale’ & France’s ‘scorched earth’ policy towards the colonies.2 removal of Pan Africanist leaders Toussaint Le Oveture of Haiti, Modibo Keita of Mali, Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Patrice Lumumba of Congo, Sylvanus Olympio of Togo, Thomas Sankara of Burkina Faso, Nnamdi Azikiwe of Nigeria, Amilcar Cabral of Guinea-Bissau, Sekou Toure of Guinea,Leon M’ba of Gabon & a whole lot more) 2. Economics (.1 Europe’s reliance on Uranium in Mali, Togo, CAR, Niger to generate electricity .2 reliance on Congolese Uranium to build the atomic bombs, coltan into mobile phones…& a whole lot more) 3. Socio-culture (the assimilation of colonial citizens into French culture, education, ideals,etc. with the effect that it perpetuates Europe’s ideals on the African continent. Read Adichie’s Americanah, ...
It seems there is a desire by many Africans to remain poor and live in the “comfort” of poverty forever. This, writes WONDER GUCHU, is like the children of Israel who pleaded with Moses to leave them in the comfort of their slavery rather than endure the long walk home to freedom. This, the writer argues, is the case with Malawi and its late President, Bingu wa Mutharika. Leaders of the character of late Malawian President, Bingu wa Mutharika, often never live to see the dream they have for Africa come to reality. A darling of the West and a recipient of aid, Mutharika’s last days were dark because he had taken up the gospel of empowering not only his people, but change the way all Africans think about themselves. This was the same dream that Kwame Nkrumah, Amílcar Cabral, Leopold Senghor, Frantz Fanon, Milton Obote, Patrice Lumumba, Kenneth Kaunda, Samora MacHel, Robert Mugabe, Julius Nyerere, Chris Hani, Julius Malema, Martin Luther King Jnr, Malcolm X and many others have all tried to advance. T ...
MY 2013 REPORT ON MOBUTU's DRC DOWNFALL. READ IT IF YOU ARE CURIOUS OR IF YOU CARE. Delegates and directors of the United Nations, We all know that the nation of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the 21st century faces challenges of several fronts. I have been asked to place these issues in historical perspective for you. You may think that problems of violence, and political instability, and unregulated labour exploitation, are new phenomena in this region. But as I will demonstrate, the DRC-Known over the last 25 years by several names and ruled by different controlling interests-has a long history of destabilization. This history has contributed to the conditions that continue to render ordinary people vulnerable to exploitation and violence by those who seek power and wealth. When DRC finally gained its independence from Belgium in 1960, Patrice Lumumba who was the Prime Minister at that time, complained about the short period given to him to prepare suitable candidates to form a stable cabine ...
Writing a new song for 2015 entitled "Patrice Lumumba". The great ancestor was a Pan-Africanist and the the true leader of the Congo.
if we want the truth,let's know d killers of MKO Abiola,Bola Ige,Harry Marshall,Patrice Lumumba etc
Our Past Heroes Patrice Lumumba = Patrice Lumumba, the son of a farmer, was born in Katako Kombe in the central Congo on 2nd July, 1925. After leaving school he worked as a nurse's assistant and a postal clerk. An active trade unionist he founded the Post Office Employees Club. He also served as secretary of the Association for African Government Employees. In October, 1958, Lumumba founded the National Congolese Movement (MNC). He became president of the organization and the following year led a series of demonstrations and strikes against the Belgian colonial government. Lumumba called for the Congo to be granted its immediate independence from Belgium. Lumumba was arrested but after sustained demonstrations the authorities were forced to release him. After parliamentary elections in May 1960 the MNC became the country's strongest party. Lumumba became the new Prime Minister and immediately talked about the need for social and economic changes in the country. His decision to adopt a non-aligned foreign ...
Democratic Republic of Congo, Patrice Lumumba & Irans Mohammed Mosaddegh r fallen leaders of the anti white patriarchal western colonialism
CONGO HISTORY TIMELINE 2001 - Present Joseph Kabila’s Rule In 2001, Laurent Kabila is assassinated and replaced by his son Joseph Kabila. By 2003, a transition government and parliament were established to lead the Congo to elections. In 2005, Congolese overwhelmingly vote yes in a referendum on a new Congolese constitution. Elections were held in 2006 which resulted in the election of Joseph Kabila as president. Kabila appointed long-time Lumumbist Antonie Gizenga of PALU to be Prime Minister. Gizenga served as deputy Prime Minister in Patrice Lumumba's government of 1960. Gizenga resigned on September 25, 2008 and was subsequently replaced by former Finance Minister, Adolphe Muzito, on October 10, 2008. The last elections took place on November 28, 2011. Joseph Kabila won the 2011 elections due to massive fraud. As a result of the widespread cheating that took place during the elections, he lacks the legitimacy among the Congolese masses. Kabila appointed the former Finance Minister, Augustin Matata P ...
Chokwe Lumumba, Jackson, MS Mayor and Activist 2014 Chokwe Lumumba, a good friend of mine, died at 66, 3 days ago on Tuesday, he was a radical mayor who moved the people of Jackson, MS to raise there tax to fix crumbling roads and infrastructure in Mississippi's capital city. He was a widow and leaves behind two sons and daughter. He was a prominent lawyer and human rights activist. He died at St. Domini Hospital. He had chest pain. Lumumba was the second mayor who to die in Jackson, MS. Lumumba was originally, born in Detroit as Edwen Taliaferro and later changed his name in Detroit1969, when he was in his early 20's. He said he took his new first name from an African Angola tribe that resisted slavery cenuries ago and his last name from the African Independence leader Patrice Lumumba. Lumumba moved to Jackson in his1971. He went to Wayne State University Law School in Michigan and returned to Jackson in Michigan1988. Mr. Lumumba was involved with the Republic of New Afrika in the Republic1970's ...
What a labyrinth? Black history month supposed to be and should be about history, not entertainors, inventors or literature, strippers. It should be about maroons, Kemet known as Africa Emperor Haile Selassie I, Jah Ras Tafari, Thomas Sankara, Samora MacHel, Ahmed Sekou Toure, Patrice Lumumba, Joe Slovo, Nelson Mandela, Stephen Biko, Johnson MLmbo, Lybia, ... Haiti, the Native Tainos, Arawaks, the Maroons, Anacaona, Bookman, Markandal, Toussaint Louveture, Above all JeanJacques Dessalines! ( women: Queen or chief as highest Caciques, Marie-Jeanne Lamartiere, Victoria Montou known as Dessalines' s aunt, Suzanne Belair know as Sanite Belair, Marie-Claire Heureuse Felicite Bonheur, she was Dessalines's wife and stood up him and to some his policies, Catherine Flon was Jean-Jacques Dessalines goddaughter and served as a nurse during Haitian revolution. ...) Francois Capois, Henry Christophe then Simon Bolivar, Jose Matyr dead as Haitian, Cuba, Che Guevera, Nate Turner, John Brown, Shields Green, john Copela . ...
MILITANT There is no burden we can't bear, I'm determined, how could they dare, To live so high and keep us low, They can't suppress the TRUTH we know, Yes we are people of great creation, Our BLACKNESS yearns for LIBERATION... We'll never accept the lies they tell us, I'm glad if they think that I'm rebellious, They had the audacity to make us slaves, My people were KINGS while they were in caves, And we'll rise again before too long, We know it for we're BLACK and STRONG... They fear us cause we learned their game, They'll never fill our souls with shame, We suffer injustice they've allowed, But we're not blue, we're BLACK and PROUD... They'll never comprehend my mind, They try to kill my growing kind, But they can't stop what's meant to be, ALL people on earth must be free, Yes I'm against the constitution, My BLACKNESS yearns for REVOLUTION. MALIK © 1990 Inspired by Malcolm X, Nat Tuner, Harriet Tubman, Marcus Garvey, Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba, Ernesto Che Guevara, Stokely Carmichael, Huey P. Ne ...
This Day in American HISTORY! Saturday February 15, 2014 1968 - Henry Lewis ~ becomes the first African American to lead a symphony in the U.S. Lewis was named the Director of the New Jersey Symphony. 1965 - Nat King Cole ~ (singer and pianist) died in Santa Monica, CA from lung cancer. Unforgettable, Mona Lisa and Sentimental Reasons were some of his most popular songs. 1961 - Protest of Patrice Lumumba's slaying ~ US and African nationalists protesting the slaying of Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba disrupt UN sessions. 1848 - Benjamin Roberts filed the first school integration suit, on behalf of his daughter, Sarah Roberts, after she was barred from a white school in Boston, MA. 1897 - Dr. George Washington Carver, scientist and discoverer of over 300 products from the peanut, was successful in getting a Branch Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural School at Tuskegee Normal School. 1898 - R. Hearness, inventor, patented the Sealing Attachment for Bottles. Patent # 598,929.
Please tell that we are the chosen ones; the grand children of Kwame Nkrumah; Julius Nyerere; Patrice Lumumba & Nelson Mandela
The Breaking the Silence Speakers Tour is an outgrowth of Congo Week. It serves as a follow-up to the week of activities and a continuation of the drive to build a global movement in support of the Congo. The Speakers Tour is a multi-city tour that occurs throughout the United States, Canada and select countries around the world. This year FOTC will undertake a special tour of Latin America. In its sixth year, the Speakers Tour occurs each Spring from February 1 to July 2nd (Birthday of Patrice Lumumba and Commemorative date of Kimpa Vita). During the tour, films are shown and presentations made to educate communities about the situation in the Congo and how people throughout the globe can get involved. We encourage universities, high schools, community organizations, labor unions, business groups, environmental and human rights organizations, religious institutions, individuals and others to participate in the Breaking the Silence Speakers Tour. Individuals, organizations and communities can participate ...
Patrice Lumumba, Harriet Tubman, Marcus Garvey, Thomas Sankara, Malcom X, Frederick Douglas… Because of them we can
Over the weekend of 18th and 19th January, 2014, I have spent a substantive amount of time watching various documentaries on Governance Power Trends across nations; specifically from colonization, self governance that turned into self preservation through, coup de tat, and interestingly, the political assassinations. Documentaries on assassinations of Martin Luther King Jnr (US), JF Kennedy (US), Steve Biko (SA), Patrice Lumumba (DRC), Kenya's Pio Gama Pinto, Tom Mboya, JM Kariuki, and Robert Ouko etc; leave me wondering if Kenya is far from these cases in this present era again. In these cases, one thing is always clear, the political heat/pressure being created by the would-be victim to the political class/individuals facing imagined threat/competition. Political assassinations have undergone extreme metamorphosis; they are not necessarily by the direct 'bullets', but also by planned accidents and food/drink poisoning, for instance after all we may never know the theory behind the recent deaths of Georg ...
The Great Lakes Summit could not have taken place at a better, although bitter, time. We remember the deaths of Almicar Cabral, Patrice Lumumba and 20 years since the Rwanda genocide. While the temptation to look further for causes of problems, the Rwanda genocide ghostly reminds us to look at the mirror. I may only guess that it within this context that we must read former Pres Thabo Mbeki's warning against the spectre of 'tribalism'.
Just watched the trailer for 12 year a slave.It's seems like every year Hollywood putting out a new slave movie. Getting bored with these subservient movies, black history is much more dynamic than that. Huey Newton, Patrice Lumumba, Amilcar Cabral, Fanon, Walter Rodney, Queen nzinga , Angela Davies, Maya Angelou, Tomas Sankara, Julius Nyerere, Beko and Somari True. Are incredible stories that are never told.
No sound African American leader like Malcolm X, Farrakan, King, Kwame Toure, etc have ever made such claims that Africans think they are better than blacks here and those people above have had interactions with Africans . Only one who has emotional issue will make such comment . In the opposite no sound African leader like Biko, Nkrumah , Mandela, Patrice Lumumba have ever projected the image that they were better than any other blacks and no one has made accusation against them. Any black person that has extreme view against another black in any form of hate is no different from the KKK
As Nelson Mandela is to South Africa, Patrice Lumumba is to the Democratic Republic of Congo. A struggle for justice and true democracy. A father of the nation, putting his life second for the well being and intent of his people. A struggle for social justice, peace and unification.
Kabila Returns, In a Cloud of Uncertainty INTRODUCTION Since the 1960's, Laurent Kabila had led a group of insurgents against the dictatorial Mobutu Sese Seko government in Kinshasa, operating along Zaire's eastern border 1. Kabila's group was one of the many rebel movements in the East that had arisen with the aim of furthering the political program of Congo's first Prime Minister, Patrice Lumumba, the popular and charismatic leader who was assassinated in 1961. The major Lumumbist insurgencies had been subdued by Mobutu using foreign mercenaries between 1965 and 1967. The small surviving groups such as that of Kabila posed no threat to the Mobutu regime. The 1994 Rwandan genocide changed all that. Approximately one million Rwanda Hutu refugees fled to eastern Zaire, which was already near the boiling point due to conflicts over land use and political representation. In an effort to break out of its diplomatic isolation, the Mobutu government provided backing to the Hutu, including army and militia eleme ...
Sons of the African Soil who are no more: Steve Biko, Chris Hani, Robert Sobukwe, Thomas Sankara, Patrice Lumumba & Julius Nyerere
So i just heard that Motsepe's first name has been extract from our congolese icon and pionner "Patrice Lumumba"
Nigeria’s unsolved murders and assassinations APRIL 25, 2012 BY SABELLA ABIDDE Murders and political assassinations have been part of the human experience for as long as humans have existed. Legal definition and differentiation aside, murder is simply the unlawful killing of a human being by another human being. And although political assassination is also a form of murder, it is done primarily for known gains. In other words, while murder may be committed for no justifiable reasons, assassinations, on the other hand, are carried out for religious, ideological, economic, military, or political purposes. Nonetheless, across ages and cultures, most killings — assassinations or otherwise — go unsolved. Some of the earliest assassinations in Africa include that of Hiempsal I in 117 BC in what is now modern Algeria. Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus was killed in Egypt in 48 BC. Those who have been assassinated in recent times include Patrice Lumumba; Thomas Mboya; Amílcar Cabral; Stephen Biko; Thomas Sankara; and ...
This is the real truth about Chokwe Lumumba he left school and he and his little group only used the real black people who he has tried to identify with and has never been really accepted because he is a user and not a leader but someone that is just a retarded racist that works against his own people because they don't agree with him! Raised in Detroit, he was radicalized by the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. In 1969 he began law school at Wayne State University, gave up his given name, Edwin Taliaferro, for the “free name” Chokwe Lumumba — honoring the Chokwe ethnic group of Central Africa and the Congolese revolutionary Patrice Lumumba — and joined the RNA in Jackson, leaving law school for two years to dedicate himself to the cause. After graduating, he set up a practice in Detroit and represented the former Black Panther leaders Geronimo Pratt and Assata Shakur. This is one of the main reason with him as your Mayor Jackson will never grow!
Congratulations to director Rico Speight and his team and their collaboration with the historic La Mama organization for bringing a revival of ICON Aime Cesaire's play about the political career and murder of Congo president Patrice Lumumba, which has not received much production over the years. Political Theatre is not a term we hear much of these days. It's a good thing that I was able to catch the closing performance yesterday afternoon.
Where are the Race Men of today ? As I look around it's hard to find such a man who places the welfare of his people before his own. Is it because of the ole mighty dollar that they have given up being a race man and sold out, so they won't have to have the burden of the race upon their shoulders. Maybe they have forgotten how to be men ! Race men and women were Prince Hall, Paul Cuffe, Martin Delany, Frederick Douglas, James "Holly" Johnson, Edward Blyden, Bishop Henry Mc Neil Turner, Harriet Tubman, Henry Sylvester Williams, Toussaint L Ouverture, W.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B Wells, Sojourner Truth, Queen Nzingha, Marcus Garvey, George Padmore, C.L.R. James, Hubert H. Harrison, Patrice Lumumba, Kwame Nkrumah, Franz Fanon, Booker T. Washington, Chieikh Anta Diop, Paul Robeson, Carlos Cooks, Sekou Toure',Julius Nyrere,/ Walter Rodney, Kwame Ture'. Malcolm X, Dr Clarke, Chancellor WIlliams Dr Ben, Sam Njoma, Martin Luther King, Elijah Muhamad, Amos Wilson, Nelson Mandela, Robert Mugabe, Robert Nesta Marly, kudos ...
Africans are asking where comes another Mandela. Ken Sarowiwa has the answer in his short story: Africa Kills her sun. From Kenya to DRC, tALK OF JM Kariuki and Tom Mboya, Talk of Patrice Lumumba, we shall continue being the dark continent coz we killed our sun, then we shall start talking about Neocolonialism,
Floribert Chebeya Bahizire (1963 - 2010) Floribert Chebeya Bahizire was born on September 13, 1963 in Bukavu, South Kivu, Congo. He was assassinated on Jun 2, 2010 in Kinshasa, DRC. Floribert fought tirelessly for human rights and dignity of the Congolese people. Whether it was against the arch dictator backed by the US and the West, Joseph Desire Mobutu or against the two Kabila's (Laurent Desire Kabila and Joseph Kabila) who took power after Mobutu. He worked from the early 1990s to his death in 2010 in spite of the harassment, imprisonment and threats on his life. He was the leader of the human rights group Voix des Sans Voix (Voice of the Voiceless). Floribert is among the pantheon of figures like Kimpa Vita, Simon Kimbangu, Lupungu, Patrice Lumumba and Pierre Mulele who fought for democracy and freedom for the Congolese people.
Am thinking of Kwame Nkruma, Thomas Sankara, Patrice Lumumba amongst a few. drawing parallels between them. and i cast my eyes to a future not tooo far. Africa is where it all began
The Giants of Africa who touched humanity now watch over us:Nelson Mandela,Julius Nyerere,Patrice Lumumba,Kwame Nkrumah:Keep their lights on
Shout out to Malcolm X , Stokey Carmichael, Huey Newton, Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Thomas Sankara, Patrice Lumumba.. and all other...
I have just come from watching the film Long Walk To Freedom, for the last three hours this evening. What absolute crap. I will never watch that nonsense again. The two main actors playing Madiba and Winnie Mandela sound more Shona (Zimbabwean) when faking their SA English. The actress does not come to near as good looking as Winnie at an earlier period. It is not clear why the actors playing Madiba and Walter Sisulu should be so dark-hued, like they are from South Sudan, when Madiba and Walter were of a lighter hue. A mind game maybe? And yet the young man playing the cameo role of Terror Lekota in his first confrontation with Madiba on Robben Island is of a lighter hue, when Terror is real life is of a darker hue like me and South Sudanese. I am surprised Winnie declared herself satisfied with this cinematic craptrap. She is portrayed as very horney, initiating the fist sex-on-the-veld-grass with Madiba and in some of the later sex scenes. She is then portrayed as rabidly angry and bitter against whit . ...
. You are right, Madam. Important lessons also from the struggle of Patrice Lumumba of Congo.
"Ali Khameini went to school at Patrice Lumumba aka Terrorist U" -the notes I am studying right now
Lest we forget the sacrifices of Kenneth Matiba, Charles Rubia, Wangaari Maathai,Moshud Abiola, Ken Saro Wiwa, Patrice Lumumba against governments that could not stand to be told the truth...
Patrice Lumumba was demonised by Western media allies to Belgium,they called him all names,despite Patrice Lumumba non violent approach
Preparing to write a song about Patrice Lumumba, the rightful Prime Minister of the Congo. That would complete my...
Patrice Lumumba's documentary was a 100 times better watch then seeing Arsenal auger
The Story of Patrice Lumumba is a Documentary about the life, accomplishments & death of this amazing & revolutionary man. Patrice Lumumba was a man who ...
I think Mandela is not the great hero that we always want to believe he is. True, he stepped down at the right time and so did Nyerere, Mkapa and other leaders when time came, He is a darling of the West, just like Gandhi, Martin Luther King and other pacifists who will not rock the Western boat. In this Western created scenario, heroes such as Patrice Lumumba, Malcom X are nonexistent and are erased from memory and history. We are taught and indoctrinated into worshiping the ‘heroes’ chosen by the Western hegemony while it becomes almost taboo to criticize them. Only people who succumb to the pressure and bow to the white man become heroes. Otherwise, why don’t we have Malcolm X day in the US. We have been indoctrinated into Martin Luther King’s speeches but non from Malcolm X , who does not exist in our history books. Where is Samora MacHel, Thomas Sankara et al?
Africa is a continent which brought up many heroes one of them is Patrice lumamba the first Congolese Prime Minister
The UN was complicit in the coup and murder of Patrice Lumumba -.-
Did you know that the CIA is responsible for killing Martin Luther King Malcolm X Patrice Lumumba and also destroying the Black Panther Party as well as the American Indian Movement. The CIA is also responsible for capturing and handing over Nelson Mandela to the South African government. And there's also enough evidence to suggest that the CIA is responsible for putting crack cocaine in black communities in America.
I wish I had Oprah money, I would make a movie on Patrice Lumumba
Nelson Mandela, Patrice Lumumba and Thomas Sankara. Africa's beloved sons. The shining lights of our motherland.
Thomas Sankara As Africa looks desperately for leaders of integrity and vision, the life and ideals of the late Thomas Sankara seem more and more relevant and exemplary with the passage of time. This new film should go a long way towards explaining why, though largely forgotten in this country, Sankara is still venerated on his own continent as the ‘African Che,’ a legendary martyr like Patrice Lumumba or Amilcar Cabral. The film recovers for the present a detailed history of Sankara’s brief four-year rule and his revolutionary program for African self-reliance as a defiant alternative to the neo-liberal development strategies imposed on Africa by the West, both then and today. Sankara, a charismatic army captain, came to power in Burkina Faso, in 1983, in a popularly supported coup. He immediately launched the most ambitious program for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. To symbolize this rebirth, he even renamed his country from the French colonial Upper Volta to B ...
Mandela was overated he is below par to the likes of Kwame Nkrumah julias nyerere Robert Mugabe Kenneth Kaunda Jomo Kenyatta Samora MacHel patrice lumumba who played a pivotal role in the liberation of africa mandela was hero for South Africans only if Anc was stronger how can it left mandela to rot in prison for 27 years technically and tactically the students who died in soweto exerted pressure on Deklarke and W T botha in the eyes of whites you are a hero if their intrest a well preserved in the bush Mugabe was a terrorist but in 1983 Was won the nobel peace prize why look only commonwealt leaders attended the memorial service for mandela think twice africans in a pan africanism ideology thank you
Congo had a Leader like Mandela,his name was Patrice Emery Lumumba,assassinated by CIA/Belgium
DemocracyNow.org - This week marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the first democratically-elected leader of what is now ...
I interview Asst. Prof. Opolot Okia on The History of Patrice Lumumba, the Congo, and European Colonization of Africa. # Know4LIFE's Blk Nuz Forum: On the 50 ...
You can kill a man but you cannot kill an idea, the ideals of Patrice Lumumba, of His Imperial Majesty, of Christ, of Buddha, of Walter Sisulu and Mandela amongst others, are preserved alive, just because all these man are dead it does not mean the oppressors are left with no opposition, such great man are a recurrent theme in nature.. Selah
The purpose of life is a life with a purpose So I'd rather die for a cause than live a life that is worthless I don't need the circus or the day of national observance I need you to think for you and stop being a servant Pawns only move a square in the game that they're used in And realize it too late like the shooting of Huey Newton Or Patrice Lumumba and Salvador Allende Slaughtered by the power-hungry branches of their own gente Ghandi wasn't killed by Pakistani nationals He was assassinated by a Hindu radical And Che Guevara, rebel to a U.S. continent Was sold to the C.I.A. by Bolivian communists Wasn’t Yitzhak Rabin murdered by a Zionist And Anwar Sadat a victim of the same violence? Malcolm X was seen as a threat to the F.B.I But to blast ‘em they used Muslims from the N.O.I Even the 35th President of the Republic Was murdered by factions of his own government So now that it’s proven, that a soldier of revolution Or head of an empire, disguised in a constitution Can not escape the retribution ...
The Belgian govnt., with the help of CIA & MI6, murdered Patrice Lumumba - a pan-Africanist who helped win Congo independence from Belgium
There is a heavy celebration in Paradise i mean a place called Heaven. The celebration was organised by Steve Biko and Chris Hani to welcome uTata.The guest of honour is Nelson Mandela himself, Chief Albert Lithuli and Oliver Tambo. The three are smiling, smiling and smiling.The invited guests are ubab uNkomo,Levy Mwanawasa and Julius Nyerere. Samora has turned down the invitation for no reasons but Kabila is speculating already on the matter.Rrrrespect to Patrice Lumumba who is dishing out drinks wine and whiskey,Banda is drunk already. On the southeast gate Border Gezi is struggling with gate crusher Jonathan Savimbi but Mobuto Seseseko is negotiating his entry.On the other end i noticed Sir Seretse Khama together with vaMuzenda, theres music and braai on that same end.
New African asked you, the readers, to nominate your greatest Africans of all time – both Continental and Diasporan (or people of African descent) – in all walks of life. The aim was to come up with your Top 100 Greatest Africans of all time. You have spoken and we publish here your choice. Since last December when we first announced the poll, we have had a very exciting time. Your nominations flooded in. Analysing them has been an eye- opener. The total shows Nelson Mandela as your No.1 Greatest African of all time, followed closely by Kwame Nkrumah, and Robert Mugabe in third place. Mugabe’s high score is particularly interesting, given that in the last four years a high profile campaign in the media has painted him in bad light. The nominations in the other categories are equally fascinating. Overall, the results point out certain characteristics about Africans. Why did politicians dominate the poll? Do people tend to vote for men as only a few women were nominated? Or is there a paucity of women ...
The greatest leader of the Dalits of India is B.R. Ambedkar (1891-1956). The Dalits call him Babasaheb. To the Dalits of India he is treated like a combined Marcus Garvey, Harriet Tubman, Malcolm X, Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba, Martin Luther King, Elijah Muhammad rolled into one. He is the universal hero of the Dalits.
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Chiwetel Ejiofor has much to say about his role as Patrice Lumumba in
If Mandela was a real revolutionary he would have ended up like the likes of Gaddafi, Thomas Sankara and Patrice Lumumba. Mandela agreed to a bad deal in SA. The result is inequality, high crime rates, high unemployment and HIV/AIDS. We don't have leaders in Africa just Western puppets.
Patrice Lumumba, Thomas Sankara, Amilcar Cabral the true African HEROES. Three of my best, then Nelson Mandela,...
"A man without nationalistic tendencies is a man without a soul." - Patrice Lumumba
June 30, 1960. Patrice Lumumba asked us to keep this day in our hearts to pass its meaning down to our children
Wish i had the chance to meet Patrice Lumumba and or Malcolm X.
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