By Aquino De Braganca, Immanuel Wallerstein
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Amilcar Cabral From a declaration made in Dakar (Senegal) by the Secretary General of the PAIGC, on the occasion of turning over to the InternationalRed Cross three Portuguese prisoners on 19 Dec ember 1968. Translatedfrom French. Although the political death of the Portuguese dictator has not created illu sions in us, because our people and our militants are aware of the fact that we fight against Portuguese colonialism, which we have never confounded with the politics of a man, it is nevertheless true that certain political changes The Enemy's Plans may become possible in internal Portuguese politics, particularly in regard to the style of government and repression.
A few families, plus some number of shareholders accepted by these family directorates who, in most cases are a clique or class of already rich families. The workers, among whom are hundreds of Zimbabweans for the Rhodesian section, are so many thousands more than the shareholders and the owning directorate. The point here is that it is the workers' talent which goes into production whilst the owner comforts himself in management and coordination of that talent. Thirdly, BP Shell can, with impunity, devise the modus vivendi of giving itself the local status irrespective of, in fact disregarding, any talk of sanctions by the British or any government.
The expansionistic need of its regime stems from a political and economic evi dence: it needs, on the one hand, to dismantle the opposition to apartheid and to create external markets large enough to sustain its industrial develop ment, and on the other hand (a South African author has openly proclaimed it) 'the Republic of South Africa dominates the Third World as much, if not more, than the United States dominates the American continent'. Along with the export of apartheid, the South African regime has for some time obtained the 'understanding' of certain African countries, known as the 'moderates', who are already signing cooperation agreements, or who, as a first step, are advocating dialogue.
The African Liberation Reader, Volume 3: The Strategy of Liberation by Aquino De Braganca, Immanuel Wallerstein