The Black is Back Coalition in Europe is calling for a mobilization against all wars on Africa, African people and all other oppressed peoples everywhere. The U.S., Britain, France and the rest of imperialism’s rulers are incapable of peaceful existence with oppressed peoples. Their only solution is threats and wars of aggressions against these oppressed communities.
The Black is Back Coalition events are part of our mission to build an international African liberation movement in active opposition to all imperialist wars against Africa, African people and all other oppressed peoples of the world, including in Afghanistan, Palestine, Pakistan and Yemen. This demonstration will be in solidarity with another Black is Back mobilization taking place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania inside the U.S.
We are in solidarity with the African U.S. based resistance against the American government’s war on the African population inside its borders, which is being locked up in the millions as part of the white ruling class effort to prop up the dying parasitic U.S. economy with a near-free African labor.
Here in the UK, we are opposed to all wars being waged against Africans in Britain and throughout Europe in the form of stop and search, harsh immigration laws, massive imprisonment, massive unemployment and other villainous acts.
We want all Africans in the U.S. jails to be freed as much as we want all Africans jailed in Britain, France, Belgium to be freed. This especially includes the unconditional release of all protesters involved in the London August rebellions.
We will be demonstrating in opposition to U.S.-led NATO aggression against Libya and all the war crimes that are being committed there by David Cameron, Barack Obama, Nicholas Sarkozy and other white imperialist leaders.
We are opposed to the thuggish bloodthirsty imperialist mercenaries of the National Transitional Council (NTC), who have engaged in mass murders of Africans because of either their loyalty to Colonel Gaddafi or because of the color of their skin.
We want to alert the public opinion that Barack Obama, the first U.S. African president, is responsible for the first AFRICOM assault of an African country, and for expanding the U.S. war budget and aggression on poorer countries around the world.
Join us at the U.S. embassy, 24 Grosvenor Square, London, W1A 1AE at 1 p.m. on November 5, 2011.