Posted by: Dr. Y. | April 12, 2019

The Charter of Imperialism

La charte de l'imperialisme telle publiee dans le journal "La Nouvelle Expression"

La charte de l’imperialisme telle publiee dans le journal “La Nouvelle Expression”

A while ago, I published the charter of Imperialism in French (La charte de l’impérialisme). Today, I would like to bring it to you in English for all to understand how dominated Africans have been, and how that domination continues to this day. As you read this, can you give example of where each one of these articles has been applied on the African continent nowadays?

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The present “charter” was drawn up in Washington during the “slave trade”, then quietly negotiated at the “Berlin conference in 1885” while the Western powers shared Africa; renegotiated secretly in Yalta at the time of division of the world in two blocks after the Second World War and during the creation of the “League of Nations”, the ancestor of the “UN”.

I. GENERAL PROVISION

Article 1:
From the Motto: – Motto of imperialism: Governing the world and controlling the riches of the planet; Our policy is to divide and conquer, dominate, exploit and loot to fill our banks and make them the most powerful in the world.

Le partage de l'Afrique a la Conference de Berlin de 1884

Le partage de l’Afrique a la Conference de Berlin de 1884

Article 2:
No third world country constitutes a sovereign and independent state.

Article 3:
All power in Third World countries comes from us, who exert it through pressure on the leaders who are only our puppets. No organ of the Third World can attribute to it the exercise.

Article 4:
All Third World countries are divisible and their borders displaceable according to our will. Respect for territorial integrity does not exist for the Third World.

Article 5:
All dictators must put their fortunes in our banks for the security of our interests. This fortune will be used for donations and credits granted by us as assistance and development aid to Third World countries.

II. THE POLITICAL REGIME

Nicolas Sarkozy, by Zapiro (source Grigrinews.com)

Nicolas Sarkozy, by Zapiro (source Grigrinews.com)

Article 6:
Any power and government established by us is legal, legitimate and democratic. But any other power or government that does not emanate from us is illegal, illegitimate and dictatorial, regardless of its form and legitimacy.

Article 7:
Any power that opposes any resistance to our injunctions loses its legality, legitimacy and credibility. He must disappear.

III. TREATIES AND AGREEMENTS

Article 8:
We do not negotiate agreements and contracts with Third World countries, we impose what we want and they undergo our will.

Article 9:
Any agreement with another country or negotiation without our approval is null and void.

IV. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

Article 10:
Wherever there is interest, Third World countries have no rights, in the southern countries our interests go before law and international law.

Article 11:
Freedom of expression, freedom of association and human rights only make sense in the country where the leaders oppose our will.

Article 12:
The peoples of the Third World have no opinion or right, they suffer our law and our law.

10,000FCFA (BEAC-1992)

10,000FCFA (BEAC-1992)

Article 13:
Third world countries have neither culture nor civilization without referring to Western civilization.

Article 14:
We are not talking about genocide, massacre, or “war crimes” or “crimes against humanity” in countries where our interests are guaranteed. Even though the number of victims is very important.

V. PUBLIC FINANCES

Article 15:
In Third World countries, no one has the right to put in their banks a ceiling of money fixed by us. When the fortune exceeds the ceiling, it is deposited in one of our banks so that profits return in the form of loans or economic development aid in cash or in kind.

Article 16:
The countries whose leaders show total submission to us, our puppets and our valets will not be entitled to the aid mentioned above.

Article 17:
Our assistance must be accompanied by strong recommendations to prevent and break the development of Third World countries.

Libya, the Prey of the West

Libya, the Prey of the West (2011)

VI. MILITARY TREATIES

Article 18:
Our armies must be always stronger and more powerful than the armies of the Third World. The limitation and prohibition of weapons of mass destruction does not concern us, but the others.

Article 19:
Our armies must help each other and unite in the war against the army of a weak country to show our supremacy and be feared by the countries of the Third World.

Article 20:
Any military intervention aims to protect our interests and those of our valets.

Article 21:
Any operation of evacuation of the nationals of the Western countries hides our real mission, that to protect our interests and those of our valets.

VII. INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS

Article 22:
The UN is our instrument, we must use it against our enemies and third world countries to protect our interests.

Article 23:
Our goal is to destabilize and destroy the hostile regimes and to place our puppets under the protection of our military under cover of the mandates of the “UN” forces.

Article 24:
“UN” resolutions are texts that give us the right and the means to strike, kill and destroy countries whose leaders and peoples refuse to submit to our injunctions under the cover of the resolutions of the Council Security Council.

Article 25:
Our duty is to keep Africa and other countries of the world in the underdeveloped, the bet, the division, the wars, the chaos to dominate them, exploit them and plunder them through the “Missions” of ” United Nations “.

Lumumba detained

Lumumba detained, December 1960

Article 26:
Our golden rule is the physical liquidation of Third World nationalist leaders and leaders.

Article 27:
The laws, resolutions, courts and tribunals of the “United Nations” are our tools of pressure against the leaders and leaders of the countries that defend the interests of their peoples.

Article 28:
Leaders of Western Powers can not be prosecuted, arrested or incarcerated by “UN” courts and tribunals, even if they commit “war crimes”, “genocide” or “crimes against humanity” .

SOURCE: The Royal Museum for Central Africa, in Tervuren, Belgium.


Responses

  1. This charter made me sick. The DRC comes to mind at first with the Congolese Genocide, the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, and the exploitation of minerals to this day. I’m sure that country alone would be subject to several of those articles. Article 6 and 7 could apply to Zimbabwe and Eritrea although for different reasons with the latter kicking out most of the former colonizers and with the latter gets called “the North Korea of Africa” while being slandered. I could probably go on and on and that’s just the countries I know historical facts about!

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    • Yes you are so right: DRC with Lumumba’s assassination, Zimbabwe, Libya with its plundering from NATO forces, Cote d’Ivoire with the removal of Laurent Gbagbo by French forces from his presidential palace, the assassination of Thomas Sankara, the assassination of Amilcar Cabral, of Samora Machel, and the list goes on and on…

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      • People really could go on and on. You even brought up examples I never heard of.

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