Critical Analysis by Phil ya Nangoloh*
I strongly believe that, through the previous chapters (i.e. Parts 1-21) of this analysis, I have sufficiently demonstrated my postulation that, throughout the liberation struggle for Namibian independence, former Swapo Party President Dr. Sam Nujoma has been a pawn and or a deeper cover collaborator for a phalange of CIA-led Western intelligence agencies in their bitter ideological confrontation against communism during the Cold War era.
Published: Aug 20, 2009 - 03:19 PM
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Attached hereto (via e-mail) is PART 21 of my critical analysis about what I sincerely believe to be duplicitous conduct by former Swapo Party President Dr. Sam Nujoma during the struggle for Namibian independence and nationhood between 1957 and 1989. By an Act of Parliament the title of “Founding Father of the Namibian Nation” was conferred upon Dr. Nujoma in 2005. As I have indicated previously in the earlier parts of my research titled Exposé about Nujoma’s CIA Connections, President Nujoma’s account about his role during the liberation struggle as per his autobiography, Where Others Wavered, is inaccurate and is false history.
Foot notes: *Phil ya Nangoloh is a political analyst and a leading human rights defender. He is the 2006 recipient of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Freedom of Expression Award. Ya Nangoloh can be reached via E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and or by Cell: +264 811 299 886. Revised on June 11 2009
Published: Jun 17, 2009 - 01:44 PM
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I have promised in Part 19 to tell you how and when SA security forces finally attacked the Ongulumbashe base on August 26 1966. In Part 19, I have also demonstrated to you, by means of inter alia excerpts obtained from a book written by former South African Republican Intelligence (RI) operative Lieutenant Piet Cornelius Swanepoel, how the CIA and apartheid SA Government apparently invited still exiled SWAPO leader Mr. Sam Nujoma to come on a top-secret visit to Namibia on March 20 1966. This was ostensibly in order to reveal the military and other secret plans of SWAPO. Despite the secrecy surrounding that clearly treacherous visit, it is now becoming abundantly clear to me that during that visit Mr. Nujoma had been accorded full red carpet treatment. This is how anyone would treat his or her VIP guest!
Foot notes: *Phil ya Nangoloh is a political analyst and executive director and founder of National Society for Human Rights (NSHR). He is the MISA Freedom of Expression Award Winner 2006. Mr. ya Nangoloh can be reached via email@example.com. This analysis is done in his personal capacity. December 4 2007.
Published: Feb 29, 2008 - 07:06 PM
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