"Will one of the biggest and bloodiest economic wars of human history decide the future order of the global community?"
Bartolomeu Capita's powerful book launches an in-depth exploration of this prescient question posed by Milo Rau, and though the truth might be painful, Capita's solution is enormously empowering.
Digging into the disgraceful history of plunder and looting in the Congo Basin, Save the Congo to Stop World War III shines a much-needed light onto the sadistic hidden agenda behind the present plight of the region-and charts a bold course forward for Africans everywhere.
Capita shows racism, exclusion, and theft of black heritage are the drivers of the violence and poverty plaguing the Congo and the perpetrators have assigned Angola-with its vast oil riches under the leadership of the puppet couple Isabel dos Santos and Sindika Dokolo-as the mercenary charged with exterminating the native population, leaving the natural resources free for the taking.
Although the early stages of WWIII are in motion, it's not too late to change course. It is time for the black race to rise to the occasion and, through self-awareness and reempowerment, become the solution to creating a better world on a global scale.
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About the Author
Born in 1962 in Cabinda, then a Portuguese protectorate, Bartolomeu Capita is one of the founding fathers and the current leader of the Cabindan National Movement, which aims to rightfully and peacefully regain Cabinda's political sovereignty.
Capita studied international law and military engineering, and his knowledge about international law and strategy and his great passion for African history have sharpened his expertise in international relations.
He is a single man who is married to the legitimate struggle of the oppressed people of Cabinda. Living in Switzerland since 2008, Capita is a refugee under the mandate of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), as well as the author of a number of publications on African issues, including Cabinda: Obama's Challenges in Africa.