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“The West has also reaquired tremendous influence over third -world countries. In Africa many, so lately independent, are again- for economic reasons- becoming vassal states of their former imperial masters Since 1989, several reluctant tyrants have agreed to multiparty elections with unforeseeable consequences for themselves and their countries. Kenneth Kaunda, the dictator who had bankrupt Zambia, was one of those who consented to running the gauntlet of public opinion at the ballot box. His people, having suffered much at his hands, immediately kicked him out. In 1997, some of them physically assaulted him. In 1999, the government began proceedings to deprive him of his citizenship, since it had come to light that he was not a Zambian at all but had been born in Malawi.

‘But why should countries knuckle under to their former masters in Europe or their American friends? The answer is principally financial, including covert blackmail: change to our system, and do as we say, or you will get no more money from us. But there is also the fact that the military balance of power now decisively favors the peoples who inhabit or live near the shores of the North Atlantic.” (Edwin de Kock, Christ and Antichrist in Prophecy and History, 2013, p.49)

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