Afrodemocracy: New African Order

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Gael Clavis Johnson – Math and Science Lecturer, St. Mark’s College, Higher Education and Training Department, South Africa & Nike Business Advisory, Amsterdam

Series: Political Science and History; Political Leaders and Their Assessment
BISAC: POL004000; POL045000; POL022000

Afrodemocracy: New African Order is a resounding call to political action that the author makes available to readers.” To read the full review, click here>>>. – Matema Masemola, College of Education, University of South Africa


Afrodemocracy is an ideological approach to resolving African crises. It is the connection of uncommon ideas from the Pan-Africanist to the Pan-African; the rise of Afrodemocrats. Against the massacres of the Kongo peoples, and in support of the African separatists, there are ideals against dictatorship, the economic plunder and against the impoverishment of black people. These are realistic efforts for the socio-economic progress of African States; countries duly reformed into Unions of Tribes as opposed to false republics. Supported by a series of arguments and perspectives against Western hegemony in Africa; this critical content is a new political orientation of emerging African leaders towards African global hegemony, unity, a return to lost mores of black societies before colonialism. For rapid and concrete development without Western intrusion, this book contains Afrodemocratic thoughts against imperialism and neo-colonialism for the benefit of authentic black people. Followed by scientific discussions for the recovery of lands confiscated under the presidency, weakening the West in Africa, the New African Order ensures a bright future for the black mother and child far from the assassination of African presidents in history.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter I Thought or Never!

Chapter II Again, Thought or Never!

Chapter III Afrodemocratic Exposé: Theory and Criticism

Chapter IV United Tribes and “Afrodemocracy”: Arguments on Reforms of African States

Index


Author’s ORCID iD

Gael Clavis Johnson0000-0002-3206-5082

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