Egypt Massacre: Snipers, Death Squads, Terror Tactics of US ‘Soft Power’

Editorial Comment: After Monday’s tragic massacre at the Republican Guard headquarters in Cairo, I thought this article was worth reposting. One must question who really was responsible for the shootings. Who has the most to gain by fomenting a civil war in Egypt? Who benefits if genuine revolution fails? Unknown snipers played a pivotal role…

Gamal Abdel-Nasser Through African Eyes

On the anniversary of Nasser’s death, Gamal Nkrumah considers Nasserism’s Pan-African legacy Whenever Arab-African ties come into question, one cannot help remembering the days when colonialism was the threat closer to home and one Arab leader was always at hand to lend support to those Africans who wished to throw off its yoke. That was…

Finding The Land Of Punt, Africa’s Lost Great Civilization

Thomas C. Mountain Pan-African News Wire After many years of often rancorous debate, Africa’s last, lost, great civilization, The Land of Punt, has been proven to be located in the modern east African country of Eritrea. Using laboratory analysis of Baboon mummies from Punt found in ancient burials in Egypt scientists have conclusively established that…

Arab Spring: Egypt Strikes Back

US-funded agitators have offices raided across Egypt. Photo: (AP) US State Department agitators from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) subsidary, the National Democratic Institute, standby as Egyptian security forces raid their offices. Despite NED veritably being run by Neo-Conservative, corporate-fascists who have signed PNAC documents declaring their intentions of acheiving and maintaining a century…