African identity is much more than glamorizing our past. For proponents of Pan-Africanism it’s really a recognition that there are 2 billion Africans worldwide, living in 120 countries and in each of those countries we occupy the bottom of society. And, at the core of this is the continued subjugation of Africa. . . .
The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party is happy to see the U.S. military being forced to leave Afghanistan. Despite the lies of the mainstream media, the U.S. did not “decide to withdraw from Afghanistan.” The twenty year war against Afghanistan has ended because the United States was thoroughly defeated. Afghanistan was freed from U.S. occupation. There was no negotiated settlement, there was no United Nations (UN) brokered peace agreement. There was no division of Afghanistan into two states, one controlled by the Taliban and the other by the U.S. and their international partners in crime. This absolute military victory by the Taliban and the poor yet proud Afghan people proves that the vast military might of the U.S. can be defeated. . . .
When the people flood the streets of Lagos, Bamako, Dakar, or Pretoria to denounce Africom, SARS and Israeli trained police forces, it does not make the nightly news. Each day there are literally 10,000 meetings in churches, basements, classrooms, and open fields to discuss our fight to live free and defeat our enemies. We even stopped hearing about Black Lives Matter when the People in the street called for the dismantling of terrorist police forces. . . .
Except for the hum of US helicopters flying overhead, there was a deafening silence throughout the Caribbean region, during the recent Operation Tradewinds, Progressive and Pan-African forces did not utter a word, as soldiers from Guyana, Brazil, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago participated in this region-wide military exercise with army personnel from the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Canada, France and the Netherlands. We were told that Operation Tradewinds was “a US Southern Command sponsored combined joint exercise conducted with partner nations to enhance the collective ability of defense forces and constabularies . . .
Calls for foreign intervention in Haiti have continued. These calls have ignored two important facts. First, previous foreign interventions have been unmitigated disasters. Second, and most importantly, Haiti is already under occupation. Calls for “intervention” are not only disingenuous, but actually redundant. . . .
The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) strongly condemns the decision by the African Union (AU) to grant the state of Israel observer status. The A-APRP opposes the illegal, racist state of Israel and stands in uncompromising solidarity with the Palestinian People who are currently experiencing another genocidal zionist assault. The zionist state claims Jerusalem as their capital in contradiction to international law and they continue to expand settlements into Palestinian territories while killing Palestinian People daily. For the AU to sanction Israeli genocidal practices by admitting them as observers is a slap in the face of the Palestinian People and . . .
Remarks by Obi Egbuna Jr External Relations Officer to the Zimbabwe Cuba Friendship Association/Organizer of the Get Out Of Cuba Way Movement/Campaign delivered at the Black Lives Matter Educational Webinar Monday July 26th 2021. On behalf of the Zimbabwe Cuba Friendship Association and the Get Out Of Cuba Way Movement, we are thrilled and humbled to be with you this evening. We were equally humbled to listen to and absorb the heartfelt remarks from our comrades in Cuba, who are without question authentic representations of Homeland Security. Our presence on this platform tonight, represents the importance and significance of full . . .
Presented by Comrade Debora Soares da Gama, A-APRP Pre-Cadre; militant of the Amilcar Cabral African Youth (JAAC) serving on its Secretariat for Zone 4 of Bissau; and Pre-Cadre of the PAIGC Amilcar Cabral Political Ideological Training School. Origin of Pan-African Women’s Day Pan-African Women’s Day was founded on 31 July 1962, Dar-es-Salaam (Tanganyika), following recommendations of the All African Women’s Conference (AAWC) – Conférence des femmes africaines (CFA). that took place in July 1961, in Conakry, People’s Revolutionary Republic of Guinea. Prior to this conference, it was resolved to organize African Women’s Conferences each areas, (Liberation Movements and Independent African . . .