Pins tagged with: Pan Africanism

02. 16. 22:00h
1. Did you know that he gave the African American community, in New York, over $50,000,000 and the US government made the mayor of New York give it back? 2. Did you know that he tried to give the Nation of Islam in the, United states, over a half a billion dollars ($500,000,000) and the US government made them give it back? 3. Did you know that all newlyweds in Libya receive $60,000 to buy their first apartment so to help start up the family. 4. Did you know that he was tiring to create a central bank for Africa where all the African Union nations would be able to get Loans from to rebuild the continent and the loans would have been at 0% interest and the banking system would have been based on Islamic Sharia Law free from Western banks slave debt. 5. Did you know that education and medical treatment were all free in Libya? 6. Did you know that Qaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project. 7. Did you know that electricity was free. 8. Did you know that It was free to start a farming business and Qaddafi purchased all the farming equipment needed. 9.Did you know that gas was .14 cent a gallon. 10.Did you know that Qaddafi raised the level of education? Before Qaddafi only 25% of Libyans were literate. He bought that figure up to 87% under his rule with 25% earning university degrees. Greater than the US and nations of Europe. 11. Did you know that a mother who gives birth to a child receive U.S.$5,000. 12. Did you know If Libyans cannot find the education or medical facilities you need, the government funds them to go abroad, for it is not only paid for, but they also get a $2,300/month for accommodation and car allowance 13. Did you know that Libya had It’s own state bank free from the Zionist bankers of the West (FED, IMF and the Zionist International Bank of Settlements).
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09. 16. 11:49h
Public Enemy reconnects with Africa in their new music video for "Mine Again," which features shout-outs to the entire continent full lyrics below. To read visit okayafrica.com "Mine Again" [James Bomb:] I boarded a plane headstrong Landed with a smile on my face To give service back to the land that's our home I long for coming back to Africa [Chuck D:] So it's cool to be black until it’s time to be black Ain’t never too late to go back and give back So I let born-afters know I rap for Africa To give to the motherland, to see what’s mine again Be of service, land of dark faces Split, colonized in 53 places The greed went on 'til everything was gone Wiped out by previous wars, I work on Graves of the poor To clean up this mess left by the west My duty to the African, tell my next of kin In a song, but damn, nothing around me And what the hell I step on? [James Bomb:] With my head on straight I was gone too damn long Over 450 years, to be exact Not paying attention, I stepped on a mine [Chuck D:] On the edge of motherland, around my head Compromised in this Christian missionary position Fear, there must be some way up out of here Whatta bitch, mother eff it in a clean up ditch effort Stepped on some bomb shit that a past war left it Kids dying in them nearby diamond mines Out here working that worldwide grind Hope somebody finds me out left behind Silent ticks killing me softly, Malaria But DeBeers, they the ones got me sick Isolated while I waited with thoughts in my head About my sole intention to save my brothers and sisters [James Bomb:] My thoughts is racing as my tears run down my face I came back to help repair what's mine If I move, I'm a goner [Chuck D:] My sole intention to save my brothers and sisters How we became boy instead of mister I came too far here to be called some nigger My foot on some bomb, I’ma end up worse than a drifter Myself and what my foot stuck on? 360 degrees Mine again, mine again [James Bomb:] Was it all worth it? Is Africa really ours? This mine got me thinking All this death and destruction Let's not forget about the corruption To rob the motherland of its resources Is Africa mine? Or the people who sit in the seat of power? Mine again, mine again
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