Tag Archives: xenophobia

AFRICAN PEOPLE ARE HISTORICALLY XENOPHILIC AND COMPASSIONATE !!!

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Africans are generally known to be xenophillic compared to Europeans and Asians. I learned this from Dr Cheikh Anta Diop’s book titled “The Cultural Unity of Black Africa” which I reviewed in the late 1980 or early 1990’s. The following

THE AZANIAN MASSES ARE NOT XENOPHOBIC!!!

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The fast moving media world, in their uncritical and subjective reporting on incidents of violence that happened this April month in Durban, Joburg and Germiston, compels us to describe the working people of South Africa – the Azanian masses –

XENOPHOBIA UNDERMINES AFRICAN UNITY!!!

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When what many call “Xenophobia” erupted in South Africa in May 2008, I made the following motion in the South African Parliament as a Member: “Madam Speaker, I move without notice that: This House – 1. Notes with deep concern,

PASMA GAUTENG PROVINCIAL MANIFESTO: 2014 UNISA SRC ELECTIONS!!

THE ELECTIONS TAKES PLACE FROM 27 JANUARY 2014 TO 06 FEBRUARY 2014. THEME: RALLY DESTITUTE STUDENT MASSES BEHIND REVOLUTIONARY SOCIALIST IDEAS TOWARDS FREE AND SOCIALIST EDUCATION!!! The Pan Africanist Students Movement of Azania (PASMA), as a custodian and vanguard of

THE STRUGGLE FOR MENTAL LIBERATION AND RESTORATION OF SOVEREIGNTY OF THE AFRICAN MIND

It is complex and dangerous to compel African people to be critical of their role in perpetuating their own oppression. It is complex because constructive criticism is a critical ingredient in the development of the strong African nation and it