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Jehuti Nefekare

Jehuti Nefekare is a Mathematician by training and by intent. He studied Applied Mathematics at the Graduate Level. He is interested in Languages, History, Geopolitics and Geoeconomics. He is fluent in one of the major languages of Eurasia and shares his perspectives on Grandmother Africa.

A Psychoanalysis of US Foreign Policy

Could a people who believed they were exceptional, a chosen race cohabit with a welcoming people and merge into one nation, one people as had been done across the vast expanses of the flow of history?

Western Journalism And Its Hypocrisy – Udo Ulfkotte

It had been several years in the making. They had come for him just as they had come for the others. The mysterious men...

Russia-China Helix And The Fate Of The Printing Machine

The world is witnessing the creation of a new DNA in geopolitics. It is called the Russia-China Double Helix. This geopolitical DNA will dominate...

The Peter-Panization of the West – Libya And The Ukraine

The initial successes of the West goose stepping across the world in building their rule, also called colonialism, and drunk by the seeming permanence of their successes refused to grow up.

Bilderberg 2014: Reflections of an African Griot

The oligarchies of the west and their Bilderberger intellectual leaders will tell us in Africa to believe that they seek our interest and well being. My old grandmother in the village in the deepest heart of Africa does not believe that. I am I and as a true African, I follow my grandmother, I do not believe them either.

Non Linear Economic Warfare and the Struggle for Africa’s Resources

The concept of Non Linear Wars present Africa with a powerful geopolitical tool to regain control over its resources. It allows Africa to deploy a devastating economic virus against the multinationals that have come to control her resources for the past two centuries and counting.

Thomas Picketty – Capital In The Twenty-First Century

The history of capitalism and the distribution of wealth has always been deeply political, and it cannot be reduced to purely economic mechanisms. Wealth only accumulates in the hands of a few. Or as our African economic elders had always believed it, 'this thing [capitalism] will kill us, one by one, until one day any one who seeks a decent living without an inheritance will become like him who carries water in a sieve'.

The Unraveling of Iraq and the Hubris of Empire

Let us reflect on the one long arc on the grand canvas of world history and geopolitics. From the bloodstained battlefield of Stalingrad to the rise of the American empire and the appearance of ISIS and the unraveling of Iraq, every empire in history is subject to the forces of history. Everything that goes up must come down. So it is with empire.

Dronomics and the Geopolitical Underbelly of Africa

The African political elite should understand the geopolitical significance of the policy of dronomics on the African continent and should aim for the removal of all foreign drone bases on the continent.

The Nature of Power and the Resurgence of Africa

The loss of national history has led to a culture in homeostasis shaped by external influences instead of shaping those influences. The homeostasis of African culture in turn has led to a decline in the dynamics of intellectual development.