June 2021, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey vocalized his support of Project Mano, a group of Ethiopia-based entrepreneurs who want to get the Ethiopian government to consider mining and storing Bitcoin. This was several days after El Salvador made Bitcoin a legal tender and Tanzanian President Sulhulu urged the country’s central bank to adopt Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Since then, Panama, Brasil, Argentina, Mexico, and Paraguay have all drafted legislation to adopt cryptocurrency. In addition to that, the founder of Cardano, Charles Hoskinson, has expressed his interest in bringing Cardano to El Salvador. . . .
For Immediate Release Media Contact:(202) email@example.com JULY 7, 2021—Unknown assailants overnight assassinating Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was a horrific act that should be condemned in no uncertain terms. Unfortunately, such violence is unsurprising. As the Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) noted in its July 6 press release, Moïse’s actions since usurping power have brought Haiti to a boiling point, with heavily armed gangs being unleashed, both supported by and enabled by the Haitian elite and those international “friends” of Haiti, including the United States, the United Nations, the Core Group and the Organization of American States. What happens now is . . .
The war waged by Israel, United States, and Europe on the Palestinian people is the same colonial war that was—and continues to be—waged on Africans worldwide. After the end of World War II, the UN, dominated by European countries, created the modern state of Israel for the European Jews who suffered under Hitler’s murderous regime. This settler-state, however, was not simply created out of thin air, but was formed by uprooting the Palestinians from their homeland and creating a poor attempt at legitimacy by dubbing it “Israel.” Israel is the biblical land promised to the Jewish descendants of Abram (Abraham) . . .
We Charge Colonialism is an anti-imperialist Pan-Africanist organization primarily based in the United States takes the position that African people are faced with two plausible choices for our liberation. 1) Return to our mother Continent of Africa and fight for self-determination for the African continent; or 2) Stay here and fight for internal-self-determination in the United States, a manifestation of the Black nationalism Malcolm X and others advocated for, that is control over the social, political, and economic institutions in our communities. . . .
The United States government last week seized the website of the Iranian news service Press TV and three dozen of that country’s other Internet outlets claiming the sites were spreading “disinformation” unquote. What gives Washington the right to roam the planet, shutting down other nations’ information services? . . .
One question Dr. King was unfortunately greatly confused about was that of the zionist occupation of Israel. Like most people today, King was unable to make a distinction between the respected religion of Judaism and the despicable political zionist movement. . . .