Author: Uganda

Black Lives Matter; An Open Letter to a White Family

An Open Letter from a Black Man to His White Family in a Moment of Violence August 28, 2015 · by rad fag · in Economic Justice, Ethnic Studies. · The name of the movement is Black Lives Matter. If you are not involved, I assume you take issue with the statement. The name of the movement is Black Lives Matter. If you are not involved, I assume you take issue with this statement. To the white people I share home with, I’ve gotten degrees. I’ve been published. I’ve spoken at academic gatherings. I’ve taught classes and workshops. I’ve...

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Congo DR political Parties Congratulates the Congolese People for their Mobilisation

The Praesidium of the G7 met in urgent yesterday, Wednesday, September 21, 2016, to evaluate events in the city-province of Kinshasa from Monday 19 to Tuesday, September 20, 2016. In this assessment, we note that the Group of 7 political parties congratulates the Congolese people for their mobilisation, political maturity and determination to defend the Constitution and democracy in Congo DR. Unfortunately, they note, these peaceful demonstrations were violently repressed. Demanding the opening of an independent international investigation, the G7 criticises, police brutality and excessive use of force which, unfortunately, which resulted to the death of more than 50...

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Uganda Remains a Dangerous Country for Foreign Investors

Its always a good thing to have genuine investors invest in Uganda, bu not till dictator Yoweri Museveni has left power. The reason why we at Free Uganda think so, is due to the current political environment in Uganda as is not stable. The country called Uganda is under a full dictatorship worse than that of previous dictators. Anyone investing today in Uganda, will be investing in the dictator and not Ugandans. According to our Free Uganda historian, the last 30 years have seen Uganda as a nation disintegrate-there’s too much animosity between various tribes, and Ugandans have come...

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Discovering the Real Beautiful Colombia

We discovered that Colombia is not only a sleeping giant, but a true cultural melting pot, with very talented people, hospitable, funny in an interesting way, generous and of course show-offs. However, para-militarism and other state security operatives were a nuisance to the Colombian society. The similarities of Colombians are almost the same to those of Congolese 80%, and the further you go South west in Cauca department(region the terrain is similar to that of Kivu in Eastern Congo. This is a project that came up during our FARC-EP solidarity meeting in UK. We all agreed that Colombia suffers...

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African Postcard: The Unreported Africa

This Unreported African Postcard is among the very many that I’ll post showcasing the African beautiful people and the continent. Its always a big surprise to many people when they visit African countries that are not at war-90% of the wars have western master minds behind them. The Western Media, both mainstream and Independent have not done Justice to Africa, as they have for years carried out media terrorism on the African People. In spite of means and opportunities available to most African middle class, they seem to have failed to promote Africa from an AfricanEye-they have acquired the...

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