The struggles of post-colonial states are due to enduring colonial influence. In this essay, I will first explore how colonialism in Africa was conducted and how the methods of colonial historiography contributed to a romanticising of its impact.
The written, democratic constitution continues to be the norm lionized by the so-called ‘civilized nations’ of the West, upheld as the best way to organize society that mankind has come
The German historian-philosopher wrote in 1922 that the centuries old West-European-American civilization was in permanent and irretrievable decline in all manifestations of life including religion, art, politics, social life, economy and science.
Academia has always been political. On some occasions, it has been appropriated and deployed to meet political ends while in other occasions it has modelled itself to challenge politicisation.
For decades, a hidden cabal, disguised in the cloak of ‘democratic institutions’ and ‘progressive values’, waged a proxy-war on the Western peoples through culture distortion (‘secular’ education, ‘soteriological’ science), social deconstruction (
We have often heard World War II described as “the war to end all wars”.
Many in the west have even been led to believe that the ideology of Nazi fascism was simply so evil that nothing of the sort could possibly arise ever again.
“Russia, an aging tyranny, seeks to destroy Ukraine, a defiant democracy.
The position of the heads of states of the USA, Great Britain, France, Germany, and also the leaders of the European Commission concerning the referendums in the liberated from the neo-Nazi regime territories of Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, and