Africa's would-be rulers appear to be just as tone deaf and out of touch as the so-called “eurocrats” rebuked last month. As the European Union faces potential disintegration after the historic British “Brexit” vote to exit the EU super-state, the so-called “African Union” is still plowing full-speed ahead with undemocratic regional government. Most recently, the outfit unveiled a plot to erase borders and provide a single African passport to every “African citizen” that includes biometric data. Other extreme attacks on nationhood and self-government are also in the works as the continent and its peoples are herded into what internationalists often refer to publicly as their “New World Order.”
The controversial supranational regime, ostensibly dominated by African dictators but being imposed largely by Western powers and the brutal dictatorship ruling Communist China, has in recent years usurped vast powers, including the creation of a single, scandal-plagued African military. But that is just the start. Under the African Union's so-called Agenda 2063, a Soviet-style, United Nations-backed 50-year plan to empower undemocratic supranational institutions and centralize coercive power, the peoples of the continent will be merged into one giant mass for easier control.
As in Europe and other regions of the world, whether the people approve of their continental overlords or not is irrelevant to those pushing the schemes. Ironically, until this year, the chairman of the African Union was genocidal Marxist tyrant Robert Mugabe, who came to power with aid from the mass-murderers ruling North Korea and then-U. S. President Jimmy Carter before running the country into the ground. Now the AU has new puppet leaders, ready to charge forward in further centralizing power in the Communist China-built headquarters for the continental regime in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The next step in bringing about the sought-after continental tyranny is the single African passport, which will essentially help abolish borders on the continent while gathering sensitive biometric data on every single person. “The concept of unrestricted movement of persons, goods and services across regions and the continent is not new;” the African Union Commission announced in a press release, claiming that “the unhampered movement of citizens is critical for Africa’s development.” The scheme is set to be unveiled this month in Rwanda's capital city of Kigali, with African rulers and their minions getting the first passports before rolling them out to everyone by 2018.
“This flagship project, first agreed upon in 2014, falls squarely within the framework of Africa’s Agenda 2063 and has the specific aim of facilitating free movement of persons, goods and services around the continent — in order to foster intra-Africa trade, integration and socio-economic development,” continues the press release by the “Directorate of Information and Communication” of the “African Union Commission,” the unelected legislative-executive body that globalists hope will rule over Africans unimpeded. The official statement pointed to two “aspirations” outlined in the Agenda 2063, an Africa that is “integrated” and “united,” as the justification for the controversial passport scheme.
African Union bosses echoed those comments. The chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC), Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, the ex-wife of South Africa's polygamist and genocidal ruler Jacob Zuma and a key leader within the Marxist-Leninist African National Congress (ANC) that rules South Africa in an alliance with the Communist Party, was jubilant. She described the passport scheme as “both symbolic and significant,” saying it was a “steady step toward the objective of creating a strong, prosperous and integrated Africa, driven by its own citizens and capable of taking its rightful place on the world stage.”
A look at Dlamini-Zuma's background is illuminating when trying to understand the significance of the single passport and the broader centralization gambit in Africa. Under her leadership, the ANC's international relations team last year celebrated the emerging “post-Western” “new world order,” along with “the exemplary role of the collective leadership of the Communist Party of China.” The brutal mass-murdering regime in Beijing “should be a guiding lodestar of our own struggle,” Dlamini-Zuma's team said in the official ANC policy document. In 2012, speaking at the Socialist International congress, the extremist leader claimed that the UN, which is openly and fervently trying to reduce the population of Africans, was “the greatest collective achievement of human kind.”
In comments promoting the controversial passport scheme, tax-funded “experts” quoted in establishment media outlets inadvertently shed even more light on the totalitarian nature of the effort. Speaking to CNN, for example, David Zounmenou, a “senior research fellow” at the Institute for Security Studies, argued that open borders would not make it easier for terrorist groups and crime syndicates — because the surveillance state will get a major boost. “One key advantage is that we will have centralized records to show who is going where,” he explained. Of course, CNN did not mention that its “expert,” who is presented to readers as an independent analyst, works for an outfit funded by the U.S. government, the African Union, the UN, the Ford Foundation, and taxpayers from numerous countries ruled by extremist governments.
The AU plot for open borders, a single passport, biometric continental ID, and centralized records comes from the African Union's Agenda 2063, which was adopted in 2013 as a 50-year plan divided into 10-year phases. The agenda, which has the full support of the UN, is very explicit in outlining the goals. “The political unity of Africa will be the culmination of the integration process, including the free movement of people, the establishment of continental institutions, and full economic integration,” the plan says. “By 2030, there shall be consensus on the form of the continental government and institutions.” In Europe, internationalists for decades denied that they were seeking political union. In Africa, though, it is out in the open.
By 2063, the agenda continues, the supranational African regime will be in charge of “defense” (coercion and force), foreign policy, security policy, and much more. It will also include a continental “free-trade” area, which is currently in the works, along with the “African Investment Bank and Pan African Stock Exchange (2016), the African Monetary Fund (2018), and the African Central Bank (2028/34).” The single passport is also outlined, with the agenda saying it will “capitalize” on “global migration towards e-passports.” It will also abolish visa requirements for all “African citizens” by 2018, according to the document.
The UN, of course, is fully onboard with the plot, and played a key role in crafting it, along with Western globalists and communist regimes such as the one in Beijing. In fact, in various documents, the UN brags about how Agenda 2063 is similar to, and aligned with, the UN “Agenda 2030,” essentially a road-map toward global totalitarianism and wealth redistribution under the guise of “sustainable development.” As this magazine has documented extensively, the global agenda represents an existential threat to self-government, liberty, traditional values, and much more.
But like the EU, the Union of South American States (UNASUR or UNASUL), Vladimir Putin's “Eurasian Union,” and other regional government schemes, the African Union is not an end in and of itself. Instead, it is one piece of a much bigger puzzle. Eventually, as internationalists boast publicly, all of the regional blocs will be subsumed under a single global authority. “The contemporary quest for world order [world government] will require a coherent strategy to establish a concept of order [regional government] within the various regions and to relate these regional orders [governments] to one another,” explained globalist Henry Kissinger in his latest book, World Order.
Of course, the globalists behind the African Union do not have the interests of Africans in mind, any more than the forces behind the other regional governments have the interests of their citizens in mind. Indeed, internationalists have a long track record of working tirelessly to reduce the number of Africans on the planet, using sterilization, abortion, contraception, and more — not to mention fomenting war, tyranny, oppression, land grabs, and genocide. Even recently, globalist Western powers joined forces with radical Islamists in Libya who openly exterminated sub-Saharan Africans unfortunate enough to be stuck in the war-torn nation. Various globalist institutions are also involved in what critics call “genocidal land grabs” in Africa aimed at imposing a CO2 regime on humanity.
With the British people showing how it can be done with the Brexit from the EU, Africans and other people around the world in globalist crosshairs should seize the opportunity to extricate themselves from the dangerous regional governments now enveloping the globe. The alternative is a future dominated by a totalitarian global system in which citizens are to be ruled by unaccountable and undemocratic international institutions. The American people can help Africans and others around the world to resist by demanding that their representatives in Congress stop unconstitutionally funding the agenda. But even the United States is facing a dangerous attack on national independence and self-government. It must be resisted.