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Africa, Independent or Colonized

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To the Black Civil Rights Strategist

Do Negroes remember the Chik-Fil-A vs the LGBTQ Debate? I am sure they don’t because with the number of African-American Franchise Owners and Employees with Management jobs its hard as hell to accuse the Southern Baptist Chik-Fil-A of Racism and I know the Gays/Lefts wanted to use the they don’t hire Black people or its […]

via To Negroes Who Think White Women Are Unformed for voting for Roy Moore and Donald Trump and they are Racist Heres an Illustration — Amos Magazine

The Internet, the New Frontier on Everything Murky

Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has accused China of trying to recruit German officials via fake LinkedIn profiles. The Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV) president Hans-Georg Maaßen said on Sunday that more than 10,000 workers in parliament, ministries, and government agencies had been approached by supposed Chinese professionals who appeared to work for reputable organizations, like think-tanks…

via Germany accused China of tricking German government workers on LinkedIn — Quartz

Our voices united are threatened

Lost amid the furor over the Federal Communications Commission’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad decision to reverse net neutrality regulations is another, equally awful ,decision on a program to provide subsidies for broadband internet subscriptions to low-income households in cities and tribal regions around the country. Read More

via Net Neutrality isn’t the only thing the current FCC is screwing up — TechCrunch

Crowdfarming is being used to bring Somalia’s livestock market into the digital economy — Quartz

The global business of raising livestock and crops is gaining a new entrant.

Lets ensure that the mistakes of the past are corrected and that sustainable farming is the critria used to measure success. 

Somalia is a global leader in the export of goats and sheep, and livestock trade generates about 40% of the country’s gross domestic product. Yet almost every other year, recurring droughts and water scarcity take a toll on local pastoralists’ ability to keep their animals live and healthy. In 2017 alone, livestock loss has ranged…

via Crowdfarming is being used to bring Somalia’s livestock market into the digital economy — Quartz