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Book Description Mr. Frank Weston, a warm hearted and brilliant man with a great sense of adventure and humor offers us a tremendous work. The history and knowledge that fill these pages cannot be found in schools or universities. The suppressed information contained in this book serves as a threat to White persons grasping to hold on to unearned privilege and power. Mr. Weston shares with us his journey and the journey of millions of people of African descent. It is an odyssey to reclaim what Europeans, North Americans and religions have attempted to conquer-the peoples and resources of the African continent. The European and United States government, in addition to corporations, want us to believe that the countries and people of Africa are poor and ravaged by war. Likewise, people of African descent are portrayed as violent, lazy and inferior. Through research, travel and international networking, Mr. Weston exposes the campaign lead by the United States and Europe. Their intent is to oppress the peoples of African descent, and steal the wealth of the African continent. "This book is a movement, readers link for Africans and People of African Descent (PAD), professionals representatives and students to understand a people as return from the point of near zero to reclaim and develop their vast land and global wealth inheritance." Told from the author's Protective while on a near impossible journey back to his beloved Africa."
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About the Author Born in the United States, Frank Weston a graduate of New York University, where he studied geology, economics, anthropology, history, political science, and foreign policy and graduated with honors. He lectures reads and writes ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. Weston is the founder and CEO of the International Multiracial Shared Cultural Organization; IMSCO a United Nation ECOSOC affiliated Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) since 1995. He authored and implements the historic “IMSCO Establishment Agreement” designed to counter often "bias" foreign design "Bilateral Trade and Investment Agreements" aimed at stealing Africa's vast land, wealth and future African people freedom victory. “IMSCO Establishment Agreement,” the first stage of Weston's treaty to relink Africans culturally and economically; a mission now adopted by the "United Nations Security Council" to serve as the extending arm of cultural law and guidance on Human Rights for "people of African descent (PAD) who is being criminally impeded by the West now and during independency of Africa. Details on this matter of the West refusing to respect or attach PAD human and birth right ownership to the African continent can be found in the book "The UN Security Council And Human Rights" published by St. Martin's Press 1994. 'IMSCO African Inheritance co-development Treaty” protects Africans from the declining West greed is being signed by a growing number of African nations designed to ensure “people of African descent” (PAD) re-entry as an African family. Weston's IMSCO all important “Treaty” is design to assist Africans and PAD in renewing direct trade linkage to power and avoid future conflict and war. Weston has worked in and visited nearly seventy countries—including China—for the research and adventure of a lifetime for his work and to gather information for films and books. Weston is the writer, producer, and director of his independent film, Man in the Mirror, about the broken American dream. Alongside Michael Dunn, Martin Sheen, and Johnny Brown, Getting his start in the movie business as an actor in Paris Weston holds his own in Man in the Mirror with these professional actors. His main mission, establishing cultural, economic, & political foundations for all people especially exiled PAD people from across the African diaspora to obtain dual citizenship and own their right to self-determination to flourish and help build a better world. Own a copy of his book!
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 462 pages. 8.50x5.50x1.05 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1508767653
Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1508767653