Saturday, June 11, 2011

Join the United Africa Movement!

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Dear Brothers & Sisters,

"It is clear that we must find an African solution to our problems, and that this can only be found in African unity. Divided we are weak; united, Africa could become one of the greatest forces for good in the world.

Although most Africans are poor, our continent is potentially extremely rich. Our mineral resources, which are being exploited with foreign capital only to enrich foreign investors, range from gold and diamonds to uranium and petroleum. Our forests contain some of the finest woods to be grown anywhere.

Our cash crops include cocoa, coffee, rubber, tobacco and cotton. As for power, which is an important factor in any economic development, Africa contains over 40% of the potential water power of the world, as compared with about 10% in Europe and 13% in North America, not mentioning the wealth of solar potentials.Yet so far, less than 1% has been developed. This is one of the reasons why we have in Africa the paradox of poverty in the midst of plenty, and scarcity in the midst of abundance..."

Kwame Nkrumah from "I Speak of Freedom A Statement of African Ideology"

If this was true in the 1960s when Nkrumah so articulately expressed it, sadly, same still obtains today, more than half a century later. From Cape to Cairo; Cape Verde to Madagascar, we are stirring up a new generation of Africans demanding real change, which is why, like Marcus Garvey, Patrice Lumumba, Gamal Abdel Nasser and Kwame Nkrumah before us, a United Africa is our Mission! Let's take her back!
Consider this your "Call to Duty".

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Sign the Petition for a United Africa today!

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