Black History Month 2018: Africa Addio

Unfortunately, we’re not going to have the time during Black History Month 2018 to cover all African countries, so I will just post the link to Africa Addio.

It is the best movie ever made about post-colonial Africa. Many of us have already seen it but I expect some of our new readers have never heard of it. Africa Addio ought to be shown in every White public high school in North America in the month of February as a “warning from history” of how civilization collapsed in Africa after liberals got their way and freedom and equality triumphed there.

Much of what I have covered was still in the future when Africa Addio was made in 1966 by an Italian documentary crew. It has some good takes of the Simba Rebellion in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Mau Mau Uprising in Kenya, the Zanzibar Revolution and the race war between the Portuguese and FREILMO in Mozambique and MPLA in Angola.

Note: This is a 2-for-1 special. I would be failing you if I didn’t share this here.


Source: Occidental Dissent

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