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Nation of Islam Leader; Louis Farrakhan speech in New York for Libya

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May 3, 2010 - Interview with Muammar Al Gaddafi
German SPIEGEL: [ Question to Muammar Al Gaddafi about how he is able to know the TRUTH...]
"Where do you get your facts? Do you watch television? Do you read books?"
Muammar Al Gaddafi:
"I get most of them from the Internet. I constantly sit at my computer. I read in Arabic, but now it is of course also possible to immediately get translations from English."

Nation of Islam Leader; Louis Farrakhan speech in New York for Libya

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In a New Dawn magazine article, Mr. Pereira, quoted Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam, who noted at a past conference, “Europe and the U.S. cannot go forward into the new century without

unfettered access to the vast natural resources of Africa.”

He added: “Gadhafi is one who stands in their way.”

Mr. Pereira wrote, “If they (Western nations) cannot maintain control, then at least they must try to maintain Africa's divisions, thereby ensuring it is always in a position of weakness. 

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African unity and true independence is something white supremacy, in all of its manifestations—capitalism, imperialism and neo-colonialism—will oppose with all its might.”  

“The French are presently spearheading a plan, with other southern European nations, to form a Mediterranean bloc, incorporating the whole of North Africa, to try to bring about the balkanization of the continent, in an attempt to halt this unification project,” he further wrote.

“We have to put it in historical context that Libya and the Jamahiriya revolution has been the most revolutionary African country since the CIA overthrow of Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah (of Ghana), in terms of Pan-Africanism,” said political analyst Dedon Kimathi to The Final Call.

Brother leader Gadhafi jumpstarted the idea of a United States of Africa advanced by many leaders advocating African independence—including Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, Sekou Toure of Guinea and Julius Nyerere of Tanzania. If successful, a United States of Africa could shift the power equation on the world stage, threatening the historical exploiters of Africa. However not united, Africa remains marginalized where only a few benefit from the tremendous resources of the continent. * S

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