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17th January 2018 marks the 57th year since the murder of Patrice Emery Lumumba. He is remembered as one the Greatest Leaders who fought against Imperialism and Neo-colonialism. He once said : “ Neither brutal assaults, nor cruel mistreatment, nor torture have ever led me to beg for mercy, for I prefer to die with my head held high, unshakable faith and the greatest confidence in the destiny of my country rather than live in slavery and contempt for sacred principles. History will one day have its say; it will not be the history taught in the United Nations, Washington, Paris, or Brussels, however, but the history taught in the countries that have rid themselves of colonialism and its puppets. Africa will write its own history and both north and south of the Sahara it will be a history full of glory and dignity … I know that my country, now suffering so much, will be able to defend its independence and its freedom."

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17th January 2018 marks the 57th year since the murder of Patrice Emery Lumumba. He is remembered as one the Greatest Leaders who fought against Imperialism and Neo-colonialism. He once said : “ Neither brutal assaults, nor cruel mistreatment, nor torture have ever led me to beg for mercy, for I prefer to die with my head held high, unshakable faith and the greatest confidence in the destiny of my country rather than live in slavery and contempt for sacred principles. History will one day have its say; it will not be the history taught in the United Nations, Washington, Paris, or Brussels, however, but the history taught in the countries that have rid themselves of colonialism and its puppets. Africa will write its own history and both north and south of the Sahara it will be a history full of glory and dignity … I know that my country, now suffering so much, will be able to defend its independence and its freedom."

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(1) Letter to Martin Luther King from Elijah Muhammad calling for a meeting || Dear Sir: "We have reached a crucial crossroad in the life of our people here in America. Since all of us who love our people are walking toward one goal: freedom, justice, and equality from the common enemy –- let us realize there is unity in strength. Let us come together in a meeting to discuss the future plans and programs needed to achieve these goals for our people. If we have any love and respect for each other, let us be intelligent about the matter and present to America and all the world a united black front. The destiny of 22 million black people is too important to allow disunity among us to prevent our achievement of a united front of Black Americans. The meeting nor the place need not be public. Please let me have your answer within ten days.Cordially your brother, Elijah Muhammad, Messenger of Allah" - - (2) The Most Hon. Elijah Muhammad recounting his meeting with Martin Luther King said the following: "When Rev. Martin Luther K...ing, Jr. talked with me at my home, I saw in him that he wanted to believe me; but, he was so afraid of his enemies. Self first, you cannot serve two masters. I tried my best to put fearlessness in him. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. admitted to me that I am teachinright. He admitted that the white man is the devil, but he was afraid to take a stand and preach that that the white man is the devil.If Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had lasted to this day he would have been in the same corner with me. The devil had Rev. Martin Luther King,Jr. in his power through fear. But good hearted Black Brother, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a good heart" - - (3) “I’ve come upon something that disturbs me deeply. We have fought hard and long for integration, as I believe we should have, and I know we will win. But I have come to believe that we are integrating into a burning house. I’m afraid that America has lost the moral vision she may have had." - Martin Luther King

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"If the leaders of our people are afraid to stick their neck out, all we ask is that they get behind the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Let him stick his neck out. He'll take all the risks, brave all the dangers. All he asks, get behind him in a show of unity. If you can't agree with him, don't say anything; dont open up your mouth at all...don't say anything. When the white man says "oh dont all.those people believe it" dont you jump up and say "yes negroes dont believe in that" Don't be an apologist for black people..you don't find white people apologising for white people for what white people do to you..well don't you become an apologist." - Malcolm X

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Like film stars who die young, there is a constellation of African thinkers and freedom fighters whose brightness never wanes. Steve Biko, black consciousness founder, murdered by apartheid police in South Africa, aged 30; Patrice Lumumba, Congolese prime minister, murdered with the complicity of western governments, aged 35; Thomas Sankara, president of Burkina Faso, murdered in a coup, aged 37. Thomas Sankara was assassinated in a 1987 putsch that brought his former friend and protege Blaise Compaoré to power.Sankara, a Marxist and pan-Africanist, transformed the former French colony of Upper Volta into Burkina Faso, which means “Land of the Upright Men”. He became president in 1983 after an internal power struggle and launched nationalisation, land redistribution and grand social programmes in one of the world’s poorest countries. During his four-year rule, school attendance leaped from 6% to 22%, some 2.5 million children were vaccinated and thousands of health centres opened. Housing, road and railway building projects got under way and 10 million trees were planted.Sankara declared war on corruption and embraced personal austerity, paying himself a salary of $450 a month, slashing the wages of his top officials and forbidding the use of chauffeur-driven Mercedes and first class airline tickets by his ministers and senior civil servants. He refused to have his picture displayed in public buildings, still a rare thing in the Africa of 2015, and was staunchly opposed foreign aid, declaring: “He who feeds you, controls you". Under Sankara the government also prioritised gender quality, working towards the end of female genital mutilation, forced marriages and polygamy. Sankara was in power long enough to make enemies. As discontent grew, Sankara was caught off guard when gunmen burst into his office and gunned him down, along with 12 aides in October 1987.

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Lumumba is the greatest Black man who ever walked the African continent. He didn't fear anybody. He had those people so scared they had to kill him. They couldn't buy him, they couldn't frighten him, they couldn't reach him - Malcolm X

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These are the knives that were handed in at Bethnal Green police station during an amnesty. The blades, predominately kitchen knives, were placed in a bin at the station as part of the Met’s Operation Sceptre. The initiative aims to tackle knife crime across London. Officers from Tower Hamlets Police uploaded the image on social media networking website Twitter today.

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Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick has said that stop-and-search powers will be used “properly” to address knife crime in London.Britain’s leading police officer spoke after four young males were stabbed to death over the New Year which prompted London mayor Sadiq Khan to promise a “significant increase” in the use of the power. One of the victims was Taofeek Lamidi who was knifed repeatedly in Memorial Avenue, West Ham, just after 7.30pm on New Year’s Eve – two days before his 21st birthday. Stop and search has attracted criticism in the past that it disproportionately targets people from ethnic minorities, and Mr Khan’s comments were questioned by his Labour colleague David Lammy. But Ms Dick, speaking as she attended a police and community search for weapons on a housing estate in Islington, said her officers were professional and well-trained, and searches would be captured on body camera. She said: “I think the public can be very assured that where there is proper grounds to use the power, the power will be used properly. “Where we have intelligence, where we know there is a real problem with knife crime, where we know someone is a habitual knife-carrier, I think the vast majority of the public would expect us to be using the law and our powers to its full effect. “The last thing I want is for this to damage community relationships but I actually feel that we have the ability now, between the people of London and the Met, to bear down on violent crime through a variety of methods, not least through stop and search, and to do that in a way that actually improves community relationships rather than damaging them.” Last week Mr Khan wrote in the Evening Standard that 2018 would see “a tougher crackdown” on violent crime. He wrote: “This will include a significant increase in the use of targeted stop and search by the police across our city. “I know from personal experience that when done badly, stop and search can cause community tensions. But when based on real intelligence, geographically focused and performed professionally, it is a vital tool for the police to keep our communities safe.”

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The organisation representing African countries has demanded that US President Donald Trump apologise after he reportedly called nations on the continent "shitholes".The group's mission in Washington DC expressed its "shock, dismay and outrage" and said the Trump administration misunderstood Africans. The US leader made the alleged remark in a Thursday meeting on immigration.But Mr Trump has denied using the language reported.He has been backed by two Republicans who were at the White House meeting, but Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said Mr Trump called African countries "shitholes" several times and used "racist" language.On Friday, Mr Trump on Friday tweeted that his language he used at the private meeting with lawmakers to discuss immigration legislation had been "tough". said the "remarks dishonour the celebrated American creed and respect for diversity and human dignity".It added: "While expressing our shock, dismay and outrage, the African Union strongly believes that there is a huge misunderstanding of the African continent and its people by the current Administration."There is a serious need for dialogue between the US Administration and the African countries."

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A family friend whose funeral I attended -------------------------------------------- James Owusu-Agyekum, 22, died from four bullet wounds to his back and one to his arm after two gunmen walked past his open door in Harlesden and opened fire. As he lay dying in the arms of his mother, he told her: “Mum, I haven’t done anything to anyone ... I don’t like trouble.” Today, more than a year on from his murder, detectives and his family renewed an appeal for information and released images of the two young suspects on pedal cycles. Police believe a feud between two rival gangs in Harlesden led to the shooting of the “gentle giant” who worked for a west London shipping company to fund his studies. A £20,000 reward is on offer for information leading to the conviction of his killer. An inquest yesterday heard that Mr Owusu-Agyekum was shot on November 2, 2016, by one of two suspects who then fled to the nearby Stonebridge Estate on bicycles. Police described the victim as a popular young man from a devout Christian family, who had recently taken time out from his studies to care for his disabled mother. Detectives said it was “likely James had been mistaken for someone else”. Detective Chief Inspector Dave Bolton, leading the investigation, said: “James’s family has lived with the torment of knowing his killer is still free for more than a year now. I am doing everything I can to change that. “We are releasing images of two suspects we would like to speak to in connection with our investigation. “I would urge anyone who recognises these people to contact us; all information will be handled in strictest confidence and could be key in helping to bring a small level of comfort to James’s family.” In a brief statement released by police his family said: “James has senselessly been taken from his family and friends. His loss has left sorrow in all our hearts. “We appeal to anyone who has any information to pass this to police or anonymously to Crimestoppers.” •••••••••••• Anyone with information should call 020 8785 8244 or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 ••••••••••••

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"All because men and women like you in this room who've got money in the bank will not utilise that money; organise that money; pool that money and create jobs but you are waiting for white people to do for you what you are not even willing to do for yourself." - Minister @louisfarrakhan