Lumumba: La mort du prophète
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Lumumba: La mort du prophète
Patrice Lumumba was the first ruler of post-colonial Zaire, then called the Congo. He was adamantly pro-African and sought to re-create governmental affairs to the benefit of the local population, excluding Europeans and their corporations from exerting the kinds of influence they formerly had. He explored numerous alternative political systems, including Marxism. Deeply religious, he was moved to study revolution when he discovered that the white people rarely practiced the principles of the Christianity they espoused. Cut down in his prime in what is widely believed to have been a… More
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"A prime example of how a historical drama can be politically correct but thoroughly embalmed. The memory of Patrice Lumumba deserves better."
‑ Kelly Vance, East Bay Express
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