Say hello to the Archbishop while in the United Kingdom.
The Arch Bishop of Canterbury is the head of protestanism, the spiritual head of the house of Lords, the head of international capitalism, superior to the PM of United Kingdom in political ranking after the Queen. He is a strategic global leader exerting tremendous political and spiritual influence.
His meeting with Buhari is one in his series of acceptance trips to Europe and America precedent on his re-election in 2019. Buhari got the acceptance in 2015 and the Arch Bishop visited Nigeria as a show of that acceptance.
In the last meeting, buhari was confronted with the issues of poverty and hunger in Nigeria, pastoral – Farmers conflict, killing of Christians without security intervention or punishment of offenders and the promised hope that has failed. Finally, he gave his book on hope and remaking Britain to Buhari for him to study about hope. My assessment is a complete rejection of…
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Wendy Williams is feeling the heat after getting backlash for talking about the Clark Sisters. During her trending topics she spoke about Snoop Dogg’s album being number one and mentioned that other artist probably don’t like it. Then she asked,”Has the Clark Sisters ever been #1?” Follow @GetUpErica While some are saying she’s not informed…
Black Americans need to become involved in African Affairs.
Companies listed on the London Stock Exchange control over $1trillion worth of Africa’s resources in just five commodities – oil, gold, diamonds, coal and platinum. My research for the NGO, War on Want, which has just been published, reveals that 101 companies, most of them British, control $305billion worth of platinum, $276billion worth of oil and $216billion worth of coal at current market prices. The ‘Scramble for Africa’ is proceeding apace, with the result that African governments have largely handed over their treasure.
Tanzania’s gold, Zambia’s copper, South Africa’s platinum and coal and Botswana’s diamonds are all dominated by London-listed companies. They have mines or mineral licences in 37 African countries and control vast swathes of Africa’s land: their concessions cover a staggering 1.03million square kilometres on the continent. This is over four times the size of the UK and nearly one-twentieth of sub-Saharan Africa’s total land area. China’s resources…
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Juan Pablo Neri Pereyra, 19 de abril de 2018 En esta nota analizamos con mayor detalle el intercambio comercial entre Bolivia y China. El desglose de esta área es fundamental para seguir comprendiendo el tipo de relación que se establece entre ambos países. La primera temática que analizamos fue la deuda externa de Bolivia con […]
By Nicholas West | Activist Post Amid the ongoing Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle over their general surveillance and misuse of users’ private data, there is an emerging trend that is infinitely more disturbing. The first story popped up in the UK yesterday where police admitted to using a photo sent through WhatsApp to cull fingerprints for […]