Why do you think it is better that instead of going to Africa, we stay in Europe to fight? There are many good targets organizations who are fighting for human rights, without distinction of race, religion, ideology. But with little success. My intention is go to Africa to work there like a local resident. I want to integrate myself in African society as far as possible. I will not stop working with the Spanish organizations fighting for universal rights, I will contact them. What do you think?

I think it’s better for Europeans to fight against Global White Domination and Capitalism in Europe because they have more mobility, access, opportunity, and coverage.  From a strategic stand point, I don’t think there’s a better place for Revolutionary Europeans; there’s also a strong history of European Revolutionary thought and action to build on in Europe, but none in Africa. 

Even if you wish to help Africa or Africans, the problems of Africa originate in Europe, so why leave the source if you seek Radical solutions?

It isn’t possible to fight for human rights without distinguishing between Race, religion, ideology because oppression is rooted in Race, religion, and ideology.  You can be neutral or blind in those areas; so such organizations are doomed to fail, even when they succeed.

I can’t really speak to your intentions without understanding your motivations, so I can only deal with generalities. 

Africa is a vast continent, and the actions and views that will allow you to navigate some communities will get you ostracized in others, so I’m not sure how you plan to fully integrate African society; also Integration is an evil word and concept to me anyway. 

My main position for all who seek to opposed and dismantle the Systems and Institutions of White Domination and Capitalism is to find the best vantage point to do the most damage to the oppressor while allowing them to to the least amount of damage to your and yours; that’s the basics of any Revolutionary or Progressive struggle. 

I would encourage you to look beyond securing Rights within this Omnicidal System and focus on its deconstruction and replacement.