ISBN 9789956578610
Pages 278
Dimensions 234 x 156 mm
Published 2010
Publisher Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon
Format Paperback

The New World Order Ideology and Africa

Understanding and Appreciating Ambiguity, Deceit and Recapture of Decolonized Spaces

by Tatah Mentan

The New World Order Ideology expressed in the form of neoliberal globalization has been used by numerous politicians, scholars and media men through the ages. It refers to a worldwide conspiracy to effect complete and total control over the planet through money farming. This book examines the case of Africa put directly on the chopping board as client states by this ideology – when less hampered by idealistic slogans as human rights, raising living standards and democratization – to better the achievement of the agenda of the money farmers whose goal is to establish government by loan operations. The money farmers’ strategy, as in credit card companies, is to lend as much as the subject target can borrow and still pay fees, charges and interest payments. This means to encourage them to borrow, loan after loan, consolidate all other loans and keep lending – up until the crop of foreign exchange seems in jeopardy. The ideal from the Lending Agency viewpoint is to get an African country maxed out on loans to the point that it actually operates all of its government and the nation on LOANS. Once that goal is achieved, you basically have a never ending crop of FOREIGN EXCHANGE from helpless and hopeless African governments and people. Here is Tatah Mentan at his trenchant best!

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About the Author

Tatah Mentan

Tatah Mentan is Theodore Lentz scholar of Peace and Security Studies and Professor of Political Science. He has authored many books on burning world issues in areas like political economy of international relations, the predatory wars of corporate globalization and democratization in a netarchic world torn and convulsed by corporate capitalist cannibalism and warfarism.

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