Culture

Eshu

Eshu When he is angry he hits a stone until it bleeds. When he is angry he sits on the skin of an ant. When he is angry he weeps tears of blood. Eshu, confuser of men. The owner of twenty slaves is sacrificing, So that Eshu may not confuse him. Eshu confused the newly… Continue reading Eshu

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Imperialism, Politics, World Politics

Book of the Month: Fateful Triangle

FATEFUL TRIANGLE The United States, Israel and the Palestinians By Noam Chomsky Foreword Fateful Triangle may be the most ambitious book ever attempted on the conflict between Zionism and the Palestinians viewed as centrally involving the United States. It is a dogged exposé of human corruption, greed, and intellectual dishonesty. It is also a great… Continue reading Book of the Month: Fateful Triangle

Leadership, Pan-Africanism, Politics

Engaging The Sterile and Vicious Politics of Ethnicity in Nigeria (Africa)

  Engaging The Sterile and Vicious Politics of Ethnicity in Nigeria (Africa). One of the greatest challenges Nigeria and indeed Africa has ever grappled with since independence is the problem of ethnic solidarity among the various ethnic groups constituting the diverse ethnic makeup within the territorial boundaries of African countries. Prior to Africa’s era of… Continue reading Engaging The Sterile and Vicious Politics of Ethnicity in Nigeria (Africa)