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De Almeida (MPLA), A. Braganca(then of the Secretariatof CONCP), A. Duarte (PAIGC), P. Mocumbi (FRELIMO), and E. Rocha (MPLA). Neo-colonialism is undoubtedly the main obstacle to be overcome by the African masses, if they are to fulfil their aspirations of complete independence. * The imperialist powers (Great Britain, France, Germany and the USA) share among each other the continued economic control over this country. Because of this, Portugal could not shield itself from the impact of the offensive of the financial circles of the neo-capitalist states, West Germany and France in particular, nor was it able to ignore the changes occurring in Europe and Africa.
As you well know, a new system of production and its distribution, called capitalism, emerged historically out of the Middle Ages. In certain countries capitalism developed with all the contradictions inherent in the development known as imperialism. Imperialism - as you know better than myself - is the result of the gigantic concentration of financial capital in capitalist countries through the creation of monopolies, and firstly of the monopolies of capitalist enterprises. This monopoly domination is essentially and character istically an economic phenomenon.
The armed insurrection of the Angolan people, in February 1961, aroused at first a homogeneous reaction in Portugal: the propaganda apparatus of the regime, counting on patriotic sentiments with racist overtones, and taking advantage of the absence of an anti-colonialist political consciousness, was able to bring the Portuguese people to approve of 'killing Blacks'. The violent reaction of the ruling groups in Lisbon to the position taken at the UN by the United States demonstrates the extent to which a climate of national exaltation reigned in Portugal at that time.