The African Liberation Reader: Documents of the National by Aquino De Braganca, Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein

By Aquino De Braganca, Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein

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Translatedfrom French. It is not by accident that UNITA has established its first guerilla base in the southeastern part of the country. For it is there that the peasant masses have always fiercely resisted first foreign occupation, and then direct colonial domination. They have always refused to submit to the arbitrary laws and humiliations inflicted upon the Angolan people by the present status quo, and have not allowed their land to be expropriated by the landowning colonial bourgeoisie. They have always responded vigorously to repression and the punishments of the enemy.

The island's economic revival came with the introduction of coffee in 1800, and that of cocoa in 1822. A new cycle began which constituted a critical stage in the fight for the possession of land and the acquisition of great profits. The method of introduction of new crops on small landholdings with the aid of new Portuguese capital, the new system of credit introduced by the banks, the impossibility of modernizing agriculture, and political intrigues" were factors leading the Portuguese descendants to abandon their way of life, until then similar in all ways to that of the Portuguese, and to identify them selves with the emancipated slaves.

Right from the first days of contact with the East African coastal city states in the fifteenth century, when the Portuguese were able, albeit temporarily, to defeat and control many of them, through the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, when they captured the main commercial wealth of northern and central Mocambique, up to the nineteenth century, when they proceeded to conquer and keep the present territory of our country, the reaction of our people was fragmentary. It was a piecemeal reaction that encouraged a piecemeal conquest of our people.

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