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To stop migration, stop the abuse of Africa’s resources

Written by Lorenzo Kamel  On January 17, Italy's parliament approved the deployment of up to 470 troops in Niger to combat "irregular migrant flows" and the trafficking of people towards Libya, and, from there, to Europe. A number of other European...

​What’s Distinctive About the Mess Jacob Zuma Has Made by Jonny Steinberg

CAPE TOWN — Jacob Zuma resigned on Wednesday as the president of South Africa, after his party, the African National Congress, pressured him to step down a year and a half before his second term would end in the...

​Managing Ethiopia's political crisis

As written by Gebreluel, Bedasso and Mamo, ethnic politics is not a necessary evil that Ethiopia has to live with - it is rather an existential threat.  Ethiopia has been experiencing recurrent mass protests, riots and ethnic conflicts over the...

Africa is not poor, we are stealing its wealth by Nick Dearden

Africa is poor, but we can try to help its people. It's a simple statement, repeated through a thousand images, newspaper stories and charity appeals each year, so that it takes on the weight of truth. When we read it,...

Amnesty International on illegal military killings in Nigeria

Global human rights watchdog, Amnesty International (AI), has described the response of the Federal Government to communal violence as grossly inadequate, too slow, ineffective, and in certain instances, illegal. The body also said communal clashes have claimed over 700...

Important Tips on Submitting an Abstract to IRCALC 

Every year IRCALC Editors collate and review your entries for the relevant journals and book texts of African and Black Literature. Important Notice for Submitting an Abstract Deposition for Journal Articles: Although we generally welcome any or several theoretical considerations as applied...

Mendicants of Tribe: Revisiting the Argument for True Federalism in Nigeria

In the manipulated political graphology of this African kleptocracy only a stooge, never capable of independent or thoughtful universality of vision, would seem to be goaded on to preside over the Nigerian state. Mendicants for Tribe: Revisiting the Argument for True...

​Last Eight Months Prove United States a Bonafide ‘Regime’

It doesn’t matter who gets elected as president and what they say on the election trail; the policies on the issues that matter remain the same after the inauguration. What the last eight months have proven, to anyone who still had any doubts, is that the US is not a "democracy"

Nigeria: State Failure and the Biafran Problem (2)

State failure is a major syndrome of tribal conclaves of Africa immersed in Islamic barbarism and violent struggles for domination over some perceived 'Westernised' others. How Fascism in Nigeria bred Biafra Separatism (Part 2) by Chin Ce Africa Forum _ WITH `One Nigeria` the...
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Chad: Does Idriss Deby’s death really end three decades of a sit tight regime?

Ironically President Deby who died in battle with rebel forces after winning a supposedly democratic presidential election is being replaced by...

Fear Porn: Why you must stop watching CNN and Mainstream (Fake) News Media

They rehashed and promoted the Corona virus scam; they undermined the Trump presidency with Fake news propaganda. They still promote Climate...

Fierce opposition ends another climate change experiment by Bill Gates and company

Their plan of using chemtrails to block the energies emanating from the Sun can only be another darkly inclined agenda disguised...

Class action lawsuits rising against the Covid-19 ‘virus’ scam

Government of Norway Indicted for Crimes Against Humanity Worldwide there’s a fast growing resistance to the corona...
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