By Omali Yeshitela,Luwezi Kinshasa
Capitalism used to be born in disrepute, Chairman Omali passionately asserts, born of the rapes, massacres, occupations, genocides, colonialism and each despicable act people are in a position to inflicting.
An Uneasy Equilibrium mobilizes African employees to behave now to grab political energy - not anything wanting the whole unification and liberation of Africa and African humans everywhere.
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An Uneasy Equilibrium: The African Revolution versus Parasitic Capitalism by Omali Yeshitela,Luwezi Kinshasa