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Getting Raped, the African Way by NotComplaining: 5:49am On May 21, 2020
Is it not funny how the Western powers chiefly Britain, France and US (and Germany) all maintain aN economic and ideological backdoor to their not so distant imperialistic past with their financial haevens and personal media publications? Reminding us all of the laws of thermo dynamics, that power is not lost but transfered. 

It is also funny that while their masses are told they cannot under any circumstances evade taxes nor propagate prejudicial divisive slurs, their nobility is given free reign to untax their spoils and denigrate other religions, races and cultures on the whim with no recourse.

It is no secret that behind every dollar and cent held in money laundering haevens of Caymans, Monaco, Bahamas et al that Britain, France and US strive to protect an empire that never ceased to exist but merely trenched in the coffers and policies of miserable developing colonies.

It is also no secret that western publications bent on dividing populations and spreading hate, suspicion and conceit are notoriously favorable to the rulling class. Dailymail, Charlie Hebdo and Fox News though adding no value to journalistic principles are treated by state like santuaries that embody perfection and purity.

No dollar is too high and detrimental that cannot be absorbed by UK government guarded haevens. No satire is too bigotry and xenophobic that can challenge the right of French ideological editorials enjoyed by the upper class. It is what it is.

We live in a world where subjugation is rigid and thoroughly kept silent. (Western) Democracy, Capitalism and Globalisation go hand in hand with Corruption, Exploitation and Poverty yet we accept that the latter isn't the brainchild of the former. We accept to be bottom feeders. We accept to accept poverty, insecurity and death. We accept to think whites are better and refuse to see the picture for not what it is but how it became. We accept that occupation is a relic from the past and not a daily affair. All roads lead not to China as the proverb goes, but leads to the West. 

Africa owes the world banks $350 billion (2020), but the Panama papers and other leaks puts African contribution to offshore embezzlement at $930 billion (2012). This is not sophisticated laundering, it is a predrawn military plan executed with great precision. The incentive to shift wealth to Western guarded haevens is intentionally too strong for the ordinary African minion politician to overlook for the greater good of his people. But what he or she must know is that the transaction is very lopsided in favor of the marauding Westerners and very much politically sanctioned in their usurping courts, and fully controlled no matter how much autonomy is deceitfully placed on the surface. For if any hint that a white conceived policy fairly benefits blacks as it benifits them, of surety it will be abolished or abrogated.

Africa by all indicators is a lost cause. Africa is nothing but a continent of serfs, we own nothing as long as there is democracy, capitalism and globalisation on our soil. Any one of the aforementioned can be easily weaponised to reset our gains socially and economically. So we need not foreign boots to check us, just a 9/11 or Coronvirus, a famine or devaluation, something to justify our social economic degradation.

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