One of the most important historic black liberators of the 20th century has died today at the age of 95. God bless his soul for his contributions for making life for the native populations of his home country more humane and democratic over the phony hypocrisy of a apartheid system based on race that always excludes select groups of residents in a country to be protected by the libertarian laws of a country's constitution and international law codes.
Even with all the political oppression and economic exploitation that still takes place around our planet. It always good to know that at the end, the oppressors always lose their political privileges and get prosecuted for their crimes. and if the government of the oppressors becomes obsolete, it always gets replaced by a successor government. Either in a democratic form as ideal, or in the form of a tyranny at it's worst.
As for our current reality, the best way to honour a liberator after his death is too participate in any form of grassroots organizing or be part of political/economic resistance movement if you care about global democracy or the well being of the global community.
A message from a Suburban Radical