Tagged: books by Femi Akomolafe

Bush’s Last Hurrah

My Books on Amazon Africa: it shall be well: https://tinyurl.com/sn64ocd Africa: Destroyed by the gods: https://tinyurl.com/vglfk7w 18 African Fables & Moonlight Stories: https://tinyurl.com/s7qrp4p Africa: A Continent on Bended Knees: https://tinyurl.com/y239z24a Try and get your copy. And, please, help me share the links. Kind regards, Fẹ̀mi Akọmọlàfẹ́ Websites:  alaye.biz akogun.tv Blogs:  alaye.biz/category/blog akogun.tv/blog   My fellow… Read more »


The truth we refused to tell ourselves

#TheTruthWeRefusedToTellOurselves This is a summary of a recent conversation with a friend on the treatment of some Africans by some racists in China. It was one of our greatest teachers, John Henrik Clarke, who told us that the biggest mistake our ancestors made was to credit foreigners with our spirituality and humanity. Our progenitors naively… Read more »


Crisis in Ukraine – lessons for Africa

From my Archives: Crisis in Ukraine – lessons for Africa   I received quite a flak from the apologists of western Imperialism when I published this article during the coup in Ukraine. Today (January 24, 2019), exactly the same script is being enacted in Venezuela. The Vulturistic West which tell us about its love for… Read more »


Questions for Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs on the Libyan Invasion

From my Archives: Questions for Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs on the Libyan Invasion   Dear Mr. Meijer, Greetings. I am writing a story on the NATO attack on Libya and would like to get some information on the Dutch policy vis-à-vis Libya. I will appreciate an early reply. Specifically, I have the following questions:… Read more »


The Attack On Libya: A Commentary

From my Archives: The Attack On Libya: A Commentary   “Whatever happens, we have got. The Maxim gun and they have not.” – Joseph Hilaire Pierre René Belloc It was the great Simón Bolívar who said: “The United States appears to be destined by Providence to plague America with misery in the name of liberty.”… Read more »