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Life Is Cheap in the Congo by Abdullah. Ali…

Life Is Cheap in the Congo

by Abdullah. Ali Khalid

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This medium sized black and white zine was written by the anarchist prisoner of Michigan State, Ali Khalid Abdullah. He explains how deep the United States and the West have made investments in the Democratic Republic of Congo, how the real violence existing in that country is the work of Western countries and their imperialist practices, and how they're robbing the Congo of its rich minerals and land to make profits for themselves. A fascinating and brief read that would seem unbelievable to those who've never studied western imperialism.
  emergentzinelibrary | Jan 19, 2015 |
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