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The inauguration of Olusegun Obasanjo.  From http://xenohistorian.faithweb.com/africa/

The inauguration of Olusegun Obasanjo. From http://xenohistorian.faithweb.com/africa/

Muammar al-Gaddafi Millioner af døde: 0,8 I september 1969 var Muammar Gaddafi med til at styrte den libyske konge og han var derefter Libyens egentlige leder indtil opstanden i landet under Den Libyske Borgerkrig, hvor han i august 2011 blev afsat. Han styrede ved en cocktail af hardcore socialisme, arabisk nationalisme og islamisk lov. M.G. financierede gennem 70ere og 80ere international terrorisme. M.Q. har ofte udtalt at 'USAs gader skal farves røde af blod.'

Muammar al-Gaddafi Millioner af døde: 0,8 I september 1969 var Muammar Gaddafi med til at styrte den libyske konge og han var derefter Libyens egentlige leder indtil opstanden i landet under Den Libyske Borgerkrig, hvor han i august 2011 blev afsat. Han styrede ved en cocktail af hardcore socialisme, arabisk nationalisme og islamisk lov. M.G. financierede gennem 70ere og 80ere international terrorisme. M.Q. har ofte udtalt at 'USAs gader skal farves røde af blod.'

Gaddafi's female bodyguards.  From http://xenohistorian.faithweb.com/africa/

Gaddafi's female bodyguards. From http://xenohistorian.faithweb.com/africa/

How Black Mississippi Midwives Brought Me Home Again http://blog.lemuriabooks.com/2012/03/how-black-mississippi-midwives-brought-me-home-again-by-jonathan-odell/#    by Jonathan Odell

How Black Mississippi Midwives Brought Me Home Again http://blog.lemuriabooks.com/2012/03/how-black-mississippi-midwives-brought-me-home-again-by-jonathan-odell/# by Jonathan Odell

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On Africa's east coast, the Swahili trading towns continued a commerce of ivory, gold, and slaves for Middle Eastern markets. A few slaves went to European plantation colonies. On Zanzibar and other islands, Arabs, Indians, and Swahili produced cloves with slave labor.

On Africa's east coast, the Swahili trading towns continued a commerce of ivory, gold, and slaves for Middle Eastern markets. A few slaves went to European plantation colonies. On Zanzibar and other islands, Arabs, Indians, and Swahili produced cloves with slave labor.

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