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December 02, 2006


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Osagyefo from "The Pearl"

M. Girodian's "satire", in which western capitalist values are portrayed as having corrupted my African brethren and enticed them once again into trading what might be left of their souls for a few "bread", is repeated in all essentials by this piece from that temple of occidental culture and learning, the "highly esteemed", BBC. The fact that it is "real" makes it that much more terrible.

When the Missionaries arrived, the Africans had the Land and the Missionaries had the Bible. They taught how to pray with our eyes closed. When we opened them, they had the land and we had the Bible. Jomo Kenyatta


And here is another example of that well known adage, "truth is more horrible than fiction".


Here are two snapshots I just received from an anonymous source. One of them features the "real" Prof. William "Magkoba" flanked by two dread denialists and not looking very happy about it.

The other, I am told, was taken moments before Prof. Montagnier referred to Simon Wain-Hobson as "Simple Simon" loud enough for all at the table to hear, and certainly remember.

Celia Farber

I add to the bizarre admixture of AIDS reportage this piece, the likes of which I don't think I have ever seen before. And having lived through a quarter century of AIDS madness that is saying quite a lot.


I know this has little to do with the article under which I am posting, but please take some time to view this link (and leave a comment).

The CBC is known for giving attention to alternative perspectives (i.e., the Fifth Estate). I think, it is at least worth a shot.

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