Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Yaya Jammeh, Torture and Death in The Gambia

To continue to shed light on the Gambia situation,find attached court documents in which the police confirm the death in police custody of Ebrima...

Amid Threats of Genocide: Yaya Jammeh vs. Nogoi Njie

TIMBUKTU -- Gambia: Disturbing Revelations as Nogoi Njie Explains in a Court Affidavit how she and her co-detainees were brutally tortured by Yaya Jammeh’s rogue...

Bill Gates Threatens Africa’s Food Supply with 100,000 Vaccinated Chickens

The Vaccinated Man That I Love. I love Billionaire Prima Donna, Bill Gates, as he urges the world's poor to be chicken farmers — while...

Looming Genocide Over the Gambia

From the Manifesto of the People TIMBUKTU -- In the run-up to and during the Rwanda Genocide, elements in the Hutu-led government including the military, the...

Brazil – Dilma Rouseeff Speaks On Race and America’s Palace Coup

President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil was suspended from the presidency when the Senate voted, 55-22, to try her on impeachment charges, approved by the...

Stepping into a Lighter Skin – Turns out even Black Intellectuals are Bleaching    

ACCRA -- Perhaps, apart from Bukom Banku and a few norm-defying outliers who do not care much about stereotyping, most black people who bleach...

The Uriah Heeps of America’s Racial Wealth Gap

In dealing with the wealth gap that exists in America it is important that one understands why such a gap is racially determined and...
too broke to vote, nick cannon

Too Broke To Vote – Nick Cannon

As supporters of Gadaffi know, Barack Obama was no friend to Africans during his eight year term. The only positive change for some Blacks...

Can Donald Trump Be Stopped?

BIKINI, Marshall Islands -- The lingering question in the United States, especially in the Republican Camp, where Trump is ratchetting up delegates to wrap...

Ghana’s NPA Act Wins Bipartisan Support in Parliament

ACCRA -- Every oil producing country that seeks to promote transparency does so through regulations and laws. Ghana has done well in coming out...