Gerald A. Perreira

Circa 1970: Muammar Qaddafi with members of the Free Unionist Officers who later formed the Revolutionary Command Council. Far right is Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr who, at 71 years of age, was captured alongside Qaddafi at the Battle of Sirte.

Qaddafi was leading a world revolution. The revolution would challenge every aspect of Eurocentric epistemology and its inherent racism. It was more than a social, political and economic revolution; it was nothing short of a spiritual and cultural revolution. This confounded not only the imperialist powers but also their reactionary Arab satraps.

AVN

Before US diplomats offer any criticism or advice to Venezuela or any other state on issues of democracy and human rights, they should first examine the behavior of their own government in relation to their undemocratic practices and policies, both internally and around the world, and their endless list of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

US Army

Since the end of the Cold War, the US and its European allies have enjoyed unfettered access to Africa. But with the rise of China and their own deepening economic crisis, they are once again determined to maintain sole control over Africa by any means.