Net Force, Tome 6 : Cybernation PDF

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La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 16 mars 2019 à 06:52. Africa will be liberated sooner or later against all odds. But if it is to be soon, by an accelerated revolution of the people, and a total war against imperialism, then we must establish a unified continental high command here and now, to plan revolutionary war, and to initiate action. If we fail to do this, and to lead the people’s revolution, we are likely to be swept away one by one by imperialism and neo-colonialism. It is no longer feasible to take a middle course. The time for reform, however progressive, is past. For reforms cannot hold the enemy at bay, nor can they convince the silent, internal agents of neocolonialism, eliminate the puppets, or even destroy the capitalist structure and mentality inherited from colonialism.

Monopoly capitalism, imperialism, is the source of the recurring crises. It is not a freak occurrence in an otherwise well-functioning system. As one pundit put it years ago, from now on depression will be scientifically planned. Whether he was joking or serious, we have to come to the understanding that these crises are part and parcel of the system itself, you cannot separate monopoly capitalism – imperialism from its pattern of cyclical crises. Monopoly capitalism by means of mergers, amalgamations, patent agreements, selling arrangements, production quotas, price fixing, and a variety of other common contrivances, had build itself into an international confraternity. A heavy blow was dealt to international monopoly capitalism with the triumph of the Russian October Revolution. From then on it was faced not only with the struggle for hegemony within its own ranks, which was much worse, it was forced to engage in a defensive struggle against an opposing ideology.

Soviet Union to prevent the spread of socialist contamination to other parts of Europe. These devices, however, were unable to cope with the recurrent crises that were tearing at the very heart of capitalism and sharpening the bitter contentions between rival imperialism which erupted into a second global war in 1939. From this holocaust, socialism emerged as a much more threatening challenge to imperialism than ever before. In this multi-sided struggle imperialism has been forced into the use of many artifices to maintain itself in being by the colonialist process without the benefits of colonial control. Objective research has shown that Continental Unity is the way forward: In the following excerpts from a comparative study of the progress of India and Africa, two analysts, Paul Collier, Tony Venable, show this to be true.

The population of South Asia lives almost entirely in one mega-country or two large ones. In contrast, the rather smaller population of sub-Saharan Africa is spread across some fifty countries. Does this political fragmentation have economic consequences? We suggest that both private economic activity and the provision of public goods benefit from powerful scale economies that confer advantages on the South Asian model. 1, « Trade and economic performance: does Africa’s fragmentation matter? If the next half-century of efforts at African political union are no more successful than the last, then Africa’s structural undersupply of public goods will need to be addressed internationally. It may be that the internationalization of public goods provision through the United Nations, offers better prospects to the small states of Africa, and to the many other small states that find themselves left out of the huge regional polities.

In aggregate, Africa is less populous and poorer than India, yet it is sub-divided into around 50 independent states. In this paper we have suggested that this radical political sub-division of an already small economy has inflicted a wide range of costs on African citizens. In the private economy manufacturing and services have the potential for large scale economies which are frustrated by political fragmentation. Finally, we might note that the political stresses produced by poverty have tended to be perverse.

Whereas what is needed is a stronger impetus towards unity, poverty is a fertile breeding ground for xenophobia and division. So far during 2008 there have been riots in Johannesburg against immigration from Zimbabwe and de facto ethnic partition in Kenya. The vision of African Unity, pioneered by Nkrumah and Nyerere, is in need of serious revival. 32, « Trade and economic performance: does Africa’s fragmentation matter? I would like to offer one small caveat in reference to the overall quality of Collier’s and Venable’s work. While their general premise is solid their grasp of history is faulty, as Nyerere fought to keep Africa fragmented throughout his political career, virtually until he was literally on his death bed, where he confessed that Nkrumah’s continental union government idea was the correct way to go and that he was wrong to fight it.