Zimbabwe Miners vs. Chinese Nationals

In a previous post, I advised that many on the African continent are saying, “enough is enough.” No more disrespect, no more talking. And additional news coming out of Zimbabwe further supports that sentiment. According to the Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG), four Chinese nationals got into a physical altercation with artisanal miners over…

Book Review

Greetings Everyone, I just finished reading Misery: A Novel by Stephen King, and I wanted to share my thoughts. The dope was coming in heavier and heavier waves, and now he just wished she would shut up and go away. She had already doped him enough to tell the truth—he was afraid he would have…

Zimbabwe Deports Chinese Miner

China’s disrespect of the African continent has been highlighted several times throughout this blog. Well, it looks like many are finally saying, “enough is enough.” According to Bulawayo 24 News, Chinese miner Zhang Zhongyi, who was recorded assaulting his employees in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, has been ordered to leave the country. Bulawayo magistrate Mr. Stephen Ndhlovu…

Do Not Fear Failure

“Do not fear failure, but please be terrified of regret.” – Deshauna Barber Until Next Time… (Sources) Photo Credit: The Undefeated

Hundreds of Migrants Stranded Near Panama Border

In a previous post, I highlighted the thousands of Haitian and African migrants who were stranded at the Mexico border, traveling to reach the United States and Canada. Well, hundreds of migrants a currently stranded at the border of Panama. According to Africa News, migrants from Haiti, Cuba, Africa, and India are stranded at camps…

Gastonia Protestors Will Pay a Fine?

Members of the Black Talk Radio Network were outside of the Gaston County Sheriff’s Office today in Gastonia, NC, protesting against a proposal to tax those who protest on Gaston County property. WCNT News confirmed that the Gaston Board of Commissioners voted on an ordinance to tax protestors a fee of $250 for groups larger…

Rwandan President Calls Out the United States

“Every other person across the world wants to decide either for Rwanda or decide for Africa. And, therefore, the best thing is to let Africa and Rwanda be partners with developed countries, powerful countries. And Rwanda or Africa, therefore, decide on what we want for us ourselves going forward.” – President Paul Kagame I became…

China’s Manhood Training

I briefly touched on the importance of protecting masculinity in a previous post, and a full breakdown as to why will be written in the near future. Western culture has become so depressingly effeminate and liberal that underground manhood organizations are beginning to sprout throughout the country. However, to my surprise, this isn’t just an…

Kevin Samuels Chats With Tommie Lee

In a previous post, I came to image consultant and life/style coach Kevin Samuel’s defense, arguing that although his consultations may seem harsh, the message is still needed. Well, I recently watched a back and forth between Samuels and Love and Hip Hop Atlanta personality Tommie Lee, and I had to share my thoughts. Throughout…

COVID-19’s Second Wave in Africa

The second coronavirus wave on the African continent could be deadlier than the first, according to Africa News. The director of the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, John Nkengasong, advised that new variants of the virus have been reported to be more contagious. He’s stated the following: “Unfortunately, also in Africa, 93,000 individuals…