In Kenya, the masses are finding creative ways to overturn the contradiction of an invasive plant species in Pachamama (“south amerikkka”), water hyacinth, which has been hurting Kenya’s freshwater fishery and turning the plant into bio-gas!
The invasive plant allows for bacteria and mosquitoes to invade the area since it covers the surface of the water which additionally harms fish.
Reducing the number of mosquitoes is a benefit by itself since we know that Africa has been dealing with Malaria for years.
This source of fuel is much safer than wood or charcoal and reduces the time of cooking as well, with no nasty smoke either.
This bio-gas allows the Kenyans to then have an economically sufficient way to cook and power up other appliances. Efforts are now on the way too to covert another invasive plant, prickly pear, into bio-gas used for cooking.
Though the cost for the machine that converts the plant into bio-gas is extremely high—a wild $650—we know that the masses of people could organize to distribute one to each family if we had dictatorship over our lives, labor, land and resources.
But regardless, we salute the Kenyan masses for coming up with such brilliant methods for dealing with these contradictions that stem from colonialism! They are using Eco-friendly and non-harmful ways to overturn this problem because that’s what our people do.
It’s what they’ve been doing especially before the mayosapien-colonizer europeans came to loot, pillage and steal everything from us Colonized people. But our people are still struggling against these mayo monsters and their puppets that rule our nations.
That’s why we’re having a Kenya Panel tomorrow at 12 PM EST, where the theme is “Long Live The Revolution,” and how our Comrades are building Revolution in Kenya!
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