“Now, not far from our doors, the same imperialists have bombed Libya and the leader is killed. It should not go without saying that the Heroes of Africa that are revered now like Kabaka Mwanga, Kabalega and Lobengula Chief Mkwawa were fought off by imperialists with the help of African collaborators.
They were accused of the same heinous acts that they are busy accusing the Gaddafi. When finall…y History is written, Gaddafi will be most likely be vindicated for having been a man who stood against the imperialists, fought and died for what he believed in.
That history will take note of the fact that despite his many mistakes, he was a Pan Africanist who invested resources in almost all African countries for the benefit of Africans-black, white and Arabs.
He made Libyans walk with their heads held high and now, the imperialists will start making them live on their knees like a supplicant kneeling before a god.
The grim picture of the darkness that has befell Africa is aptly captured by the Irish Poet W.B Yeats in his work: ”The Second Coming”
Turning and turning in the widening gyre,
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart, the center cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world;
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity….
To the Libyans and Africans in general, the past has been deep, but the worst is coming. The Great Lakes Region of Africa has already started feeling some tremors on account of its huge oil deposits, 6 billion barrels of which are located in Uganda.
The tremors constitute a U.S combat force that has been sent to allegedly hunt for LRA’s Joseph Kony who poses no clear threat to the United States. We will be back to this story next week. Stay tuned!”