Useful reading on Africa for advocates of “One”:


Capitalism Is the Cure for Africa’s Problems by Andrew Bernstein
Africa needs to remove its political and economic shackles and replace them with political and economic freedom.

Africa: A Tragic Continent by Walter Williams
Poverty is not a cause but a result of Africa’s problems.

Out of America: A Black Man Confronts Africa by Keith Richburg
Keith Richburg, an Award winning Journalist for the National Post, has heard all the stories about the supposed reasons for the ongoing chaos that still sweeps most of the African continent — he’s been educated about the consequences of white colonialism, the rape of Africa’s natural resources, the time that’s still required to for all of this to be overcome, etc., ad nauseam. At one time he unquestioningly believed all of the excuses. But after years of close-up scrutiny, living in the heartlands of several nations, he’s not buying it. He has watched firsthand the rape of the African continent by its own sons, who should know better. To quote Rochburg, “Talk to me about Africa and my black roots and my kinship with my African brothers, and I’ll throw it back in your face, and then I’ll rub your nose into the images of the rotting flesh.”

The Solution to Africa’s Problems is Not Socialism But Freedom by Walter Williams
Evidence shows that no amount of IMF, World Bank and other handout interventions can bring prosperity to repressive nations. Only Africans can solve Africa’s problems.

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