Category Archive: History

Apr 18

The Spirit of Broadstairs (Part 2 of 3)

Welcome to part two of our mini-series on Broadstairs, in which we deconstruct and expose this hate-filled coastal town. Today, let us travel back in time to 1930 – the good old days, where ‘coloureds’ knew their place and women equally so. For the White town of Broadstairs, it was a golden era. It was …

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Apr 17

The Spirit of Broadstairs (Part 1 of 3)

Al Zebab invites our supporters to join us on a three part mini-series detailing some of the worst examples of racism from the town of Broadstairs, Thanet. This is just a snapshot of life in this town. Hate crimes are daily occurrences in this White paradise, the symbolic home of British racism. Realise that our …

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Apr 07

Rest in Power, Brother Touissant

212 years ago to the day we lost a brother and military leader, Francois Dominique Toussaint L’ouverture, born into slavery on the Plantation Bréda near Cap-Français (now Cap-Haitien). At a young age his massa recognised his superior intelligence so he taught him French and gave him duties which allowed him to educate himself through extensive …

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Mar 26

Rest in Pain, Cecil the Rapist

Today we celebrate the 113th anniversary of the death of the tyrant, rapist and murderous Whiteman Cecil Rhodes. We praise OOOG for his death and for the end of the backward beliefs he pushed upon our brothers and sisters in Africa, for he truly believed not only that the Whiteman came first in our world …

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Mar 15

Colonial Trickery

On this day in 1903 in northern Nigeria, the manipulative and cowardly British leader Frederick Lugard managed to conquer and colonize the Sokoto Caliphate. Using the rivalries between many of the emirs in the south and the central Sokoto administration to prevent any defense, he worked toward the capital. As the Imperial British approached the …

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Mar 09

Commonwealth Day

Today is Commonwealth day – a throwback to the ‘good old days’ of Empire, when Britain ruled the Earth and grew rich from the blood, sweat and tears of subjugated peoples. Today is a reminder of the terrible crimes committed by Britain, of the nations kept chained to its racist vision of modernity. Today is …

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