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ALL PAN-AFRICANS SHOULD SEND GREETINGS TO THE PEOPLE OF EAST TIMOR AND SUPPORT THE LIBERATION OF THE BLACK MELANESIAN/AND OTHERS WHO ARE SUFFERING IN WEST PAPUA AND S.E.ASIA
Congratulation to the People of East Timor for gaining their independance, is the call by many around the world. Radio station KPFA/KPFB Berkeley brought out some of the probolems faced by East Timor over the past few decades and the struggle to gain their independence.
East Timor, like most of the other islandsd in what is SE Asia/Indonesia are the aboriginal landds of the Black Melanesians, who like Africans and other Blacks around the world were victims of being captured for enslavement by the Semites and Malays, as well as colonialism and genocide since the 1500's A.D.
There are tens of millions of Blacks in Melanesia and these Blacks range from mixed Blacks in East Timor and parts of Indonesia to pure Negro Blacks in Papua New Guinea to further south into New Caledonia. These Africoids are our brothers and sisters and just as Anglo-Saxons in the U.S., England, Australia and New Zeland unite to protect their interests, those of us who believe in Pan-Negroism or Pan-Africanism see the Blacks of East Timor and throughout Asia, including Black Untouchables in India and Black Australian Aboriginals as part of the worldwide Black struggle for human rights, independance and advancement.
Therefore, as East Timorese, who includes Blacks, Malays, Portugese and others celebrate their independance and freedom, Blacks around the world should strengthen the ties with the Eastern Branch of the Black race in Melanesia and South/South-East Asia. We should work for the strengthening of Pan-Africanism or Pan-Negroism around the world and those who are with us we should create strong and effective alliances with them.
Read more about the ancient journies of Black Africans to trade and settle parts of Asia, Europe Australia, India, the Americas in prehistoric and ancient times. See the great work, "Susu Economics: The History of Pan-African Trade, Commerce, Money and Wealth," and the great book, "A History of the African Olmecs: Black Civilizations of America from Prehistoric Times to the Present Era," both published by 1stBooks Library, 2595 Vernal Pike, Bloomington, Indiana 47404 website is 1stbooks dot com Also available at barnesandnoble dot com
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