Today, I’ll like to inform fellow Africans and the world how the bible keeps us totally dependent on God, and inferior at the same time. Feel free to share your opinion after reading my message. This is reality.
First, I wish to address our understanding of ICT and how we can integrate it into our governance systems and also our daily lives. I have struggled to find a term for this and the best I could find was “Progress through Technology”, or in German, “Vorsprung Durch Technik” . I prefer to use the German expression because in German the word “Technik” not only means technology, but also the technique of studying and mastering the skills of something.
People like me change Africa for good. A quick one will be to change your mind (perspective) about Africa. Hoping for Africa alone can move mountains, that’s how powerful “positive” thinking really is.
As the U.S. and its NATO allies move southward to further consolidate their grip on Africa, following the seizure of Libya and its vast oil fields, most of the continent’s leadership seems to welcome re-absorption into empire.
NEVERTHELESS, the Little Ice Age had a profoundly disruptive impact on human civilisation, particularly in the temperate zones of Earth’s higher latitudes and especially in Europe.
For more than a decade the US has tried to establish a command on the continent of Africa, AFRICOM, but has been rebuffed by governments, fearful of the regional tensions this would cause. Libya, and now Uganda, South Sudan and Congo, provide the main chance.
History of truth is being re-written as Africa gets so much angry when we see the very killers trying to play super masters instead of bowing down and apologising to Namibians and Africans for their ancestors’ bad behaviour and colonial mentality.
The land in Lacole, part of the Oromo Region in southeast Ethiopia, looks like it’s literally been torn apart. The rift’s advance had kept local people without reliable water sources and forced them to leave the land uncultivated. The condition of the land was so unstable that they couldn’t use it for grazing their livestock, or even plant crops for fear young plants would either die in extended dry periods or be swept away when rain water rushed in unchecked, taking any remaining good soil with it.
At the time of independence from Britain in 1957, the Ghanaian leader, Kwame Nkrumah, enjoyed moderately friendly relations with the U.S. However, his position on the Congo crisis of 1960 led to a noticeable chill on the part of Washington. By the early fall of 1961, Kennedy was telling one of his top State Department [...]