JÖLIBIĿITÉ: b-sama: Mr Kagame told reporters that... →
b-sama: Mr Kagame told reporters that his government, accused by Human Rights Watch of fuelling unrest in eastern DRC by allegedly supporting renegade Congolese leader Gen. Bosco Ntaganda, was privy to plans by some in the “so called international community” to overthrow President… Really guy?? seriously? lmaooo…oh man.
Canadian mining companies in Africa | rabble.ca →
studentofafrica: Professor Bonnie Campbell, excellent as always, on Canadian mining interests in Africa
Lokuta eyaka na ascenseur, kasi vérité eyei na escalier mpe ekomi || Lies come...– - Koffi Olomide
UN report on Rwanda fueling Congo conflict...
source: link Pete Jones, in Goma, and David Smith, in Johannesburg, Wednesday 20th June 2012 16:52 The United States has been accused of blocking a UN report which examines claims that Rwanda is fuelling a violent rebellion in neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Congolese government said the UN group of experts’ report is being stalled by Rwanda and its allies on the...
b-sama: First Trailer For Kinshasa-Set ‘White Elephants: A Congo Trilogy’ (TBA Spring 2013) Here’s the synopsis: This grandiose relic of the colonial past has trapped its employees in a frozen timewarp from which they are planning their escape. From past to present, through the cracks in the walls, and leaks in the ceilings, we glimpse present-day Congo.
Frank Ocean's Pyramids
I’ve listened to this song several times now and I must say I’m really impressed. Sounds like something Michael or Prince would sing. The song clearly registers some sort of time-travel of decline (or maybe a denouement) from the upbeat 80’s beginning to the hip-hop Houston-esque ending. Both parts feel rather dark and sinister to me. Being the complicated, overanalytical person...
The mobile synergy of the African creative... →
Writing blog posts is harder than I could ever think lol. Guest posts are welcome man, lmao. Need to change the banner a little bit. hm.
75 year old white man murders 13 year old black... →
christel-thoughts: white man had been burglarized white man accuses black child in the neighborhood white man “confronts” black child with gun black child denies it (apparently, he was in school at the time) unarmed black child is murdered (shot in the chest) neighbors say the white man was a good neighbor and just seemed to be “frustrated” with the break-ins does ANY of this sound...
b-sama: The difference in African politics versus politics in the West is that people tend to rally around their identity. Liberia is no exception. Some people, including myself, don’t want a person who committed some of the worst atrocities in our civil war as a member of parliament, but if you ask the people of his tribe, they see him as a hero. Every warlord is a hero in the eyes of his own...
Yes ma’am. Clair Huxtable giving me life at damn near 3am.