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No such thing as women in general: White women and their support of imperialism 

Early in the 2016 electioneering for the seat of U.S. president, the most visible advocates for either candidates were women.

In Donald Trump’s camp were the likely open white nationalist “good ole’ girls” and the unlikely African supporters like YouTubers Diamond and Silk and Omarosa Manigault.

In Hillary Clinton’s camp were the so-called progressives, entertainers like Beyonce and feminists, some of whom were left with her as their ONLY candidate for a chance at presidency, after fake socialist Bernie Sanders failed to win the Democratic Party primary.

6 Reasons why you need to #Vote4BlackPower after last night’s U.S. presidential debate 

Last night’s final presidential debates between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton proved to be the pinnacle of the non-violent contest between the opposing sectors of the white ruling class.

We saw during the two-hour-long #debatenight, imperialism crumbling before our very eyes as Trump and Hillary each pushed their respective agendas, without even a thought given to the African community.

It is even clearer now that the time is ripe for Africans to forward our own political agenda, say “forget 'em both” and #vote4BlackPower!