Sunday, February 3, 2008

Secret societies: Africa’s way forward

New African : "Powerful secret societies in the West and elsewhere rule their countries and the world behind the scenes. They meet annually or thereabouts in secret locations. They discuss and take decisions on major policies affecting their countries and the world. Their memberships cut across politics, business, media, military, diplomacy, academia, etc. And they get things done as planned. Being part of the same world, doesn’t Africa also need its own secret societies (multiples of them, minus their sinister side) to defend its interests globally and speed up its development? In this wide-ranging piece, our editor, Baffour Ankomah, argues that it is about time Africa joined in the fest."