Originally posted on Hewal3 Klan:
They say we don’t miss the person, just the memories and yet somehow the knowledge that those memories can only be relived with that one person is despairing. Cool after a late Friday afternoon rain, the ambulance siren went off. The town was wet with the rain and tears of our family and friends. We were expecting it. My step sister, Fiankobea had died a month after a ‘successful” mastectomy. This was thirteen months after her breast cancer diagnosis. When my mother told me that she had fully removed her left breast I heaved a… Continue reading Memories

Why Africa is asleep

Originally posted on The Villager:
It is the 2020s, and the Western world is seeing a resurgence of White nationalism across many Western countries; a pendulum swing after 70 years, yet 30 years after Africa succumbed to the new world order, an insidious process that changed the dynamics of the world from one of would-be independent nations, to one held hostage by Western powers controlled by global corporations. Corporations so massive we barely even perceive their cold, cruel grip except as a chill breeze, even as it tightens around our necks and suffocates us. This we perceive with that intermittent… Continue reading Why Africa is asleep