Gabon : Have Nigeria, South Africa, and Gabon betrayed the African Union?

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Perhaps the AU has betrayed the African people and desires to be a carbon copy of ,

the EU.

Since it's inception how much have they realy established in real time, the Pan African ideal,

or a least handled the numerous conflicts, going on in various nations?

There are many African immigrants in Brooklyn ,u and it seems no one has anything good to say about the AU.
You just refuse to face reality... Qaddafi is not the great PAN AFRICANIST propaganda machines have led the black community in the US to believe...

We even had some Afrocentric dude come over here to the UK (i think that was in '04, i attended the meeting)trying to gainer support amongst blacks over here for him...i knew something was up..and I especially knew something was up.. when he made that fake ''apology for Arab slave trade' smh...
 

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You just refuse to face reality... Qaddafi is not the great PAN AFRICANIST propaganda machines have led the black community in the US to believe...

We even had some Afrocentric dude come over here to the UK (i think that was in '04, i attended the meeting)trying to gainer support amongst blacks over here for him...i knew something was up..and I especially knew something was up.. when he made that fake ''apology for Arab slave trade' smh...
who said anything about Qaddafi?

THe president of the AU is Good Luck from Nigeria
 

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South Africa; is a neoclonized nation since the ANC had signed a nn antionalization of resources clause,
creating a condition where aparthied still exists in regards to economics

Nigeria is owned by European oil companies

and Gabon seems to have a serioius stake in
what could be called "the ideal of US democracy" and are more focused on the ish of term limits and representative government, over any other issue
The country has a bicameral legislature with a National Assembly and Senate. The National Assembly has 120 deputies who are popularly elected for a 5-year term. The Senate is composed of 102 members who are elected by municipal councils and regional assemblies and serve for 6 years. The Senate was created in the 1990-1991 constitutional re-write, although it was not brought into being until after the 1997 local elections. The President of the Senate is next in succession to the President.[5]

In 1990 the government made major changes to Gabon's political system. A transitional constitution was drafted in May 1990 as an outgrowth of the national political conference in March–April and later revised by a constitutional committee. Among its provisions were a Western-style bill of rights, creation of a National Council of Democracy to oversee the guarantee of those rights, a governmental advisory board on economic and social issues, and an independent judiciary

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabon



But what is amazing about the AU

is that what this invasion proves, this illegal invasion,

is that the AU is impotent in protecting any other nation from such imperialist incursions

and seems to be willing to do nothing more then say

"shame shame":slingshot

out of fear of incurring the wrath of the IMF and World Bank



And out of who knows , how many prime ministers and presidents out of 52 nations that have been in office longer then 20 years, and have dealt, or are presently dealing with civil wars in their border,

How many are sitting there wondering

"Am I next????"
 

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You just refuse to face reality... Qaddafi is not the great PAN AFRICANIST propaganda machines have led the black community in the US to believe...

We even had some Afrocentric dude come over here to the UK (i think that was in '04, i attended the meeting)trying to gainer support amongst blacks over here for him...i knew something was up..and I especially knew something was up.. when he made that fake ''apology for Arab slave trade' smh...
http://articles.latimes.com/1999/sep/10/news/mn-8681
 

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''Helping ensure the leaders' presence, Kadafi picked up the travel expenses for them and their entourages. Using Libya's ample oil wealth, he built villas for them and erected what his publicity workers describe as the largest conference hall in North Africa, a glass-and-marble palace festooned with slogans celebrating Africa's riches.

Plied with mango juice and sweet Arabic coffee and tea, and entertained by musical performances under the nighttime desert sky, the leaders have enjoyed a convivial gathering with no pressing business other than to endorse Kadafi's unity plan.''

Lol..i don't trust this dude...
 

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''Helping ensure the leaders' presence, Kadafi picked up the travel expenses for them and their entourages. Using Libya's ample oil wealth, he built villas for them and erected what his publicity workers describe as the largest conference hall in North Africa, a glass-and-marble palace festooned with slogans celebrating Africa's riches.

Plied with mango juice and sweet Arabic coffee and tea, and entertained by musical performances under the nighttime desert sky, the leaders have enjoyed a convivial gathering with no pressing business other than to endorse Kadafi's unity plan.''

Lol..i don't trust this dude...
The incursion into North Africa to sieze a territory that Europeans had wanted since Alexander the great anit got a doggone thing about kaddafi or libya,

it has to do with establishing AFRICOM,
in the vantage point of the North of the Continet

against the will of the African people, and then use it as a base to recolonize the rest of the continent.

And the AU seems impotent in stopping this
 

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''Helping ensure the leaders' presence, Kadafi picked up the travel expenses for them and their entourages. Using Libya's ample oil wealth, he built villas for them and erected what his publicity workers describe as the largest conference hall in North Africa, a glass-and-marble palace festooned with slogans celebrating Africa's riches.

Plied with mango juice and sweet Arabic coffee and tea, and entertained by musical performances under the nighttime desert sky, the leaders have enjoyed a convivial gathering with no pressing business other than to endorse Kadafi's unity plan.''

Lol..i don't trust this dude...
Check this out: (fr. the 1999 article)

"Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa, during a break in the conference, said Kadafi's call for a United States of Africa had indeed provoked brainstorming among the leaders and "very deep discussion" about the way that Africa should propel itself forward.

But he said Kadafi should not be seen as Africa's new champion but rather a champion of African integration.

Kadafi is obviously grateful to African leaders for their support of his efforts to get out from under a U.N.-imposed air embargo on Libya meant to force him to extradite to the United States or Britain two Libyan suspects wanted in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland."


Amr Moussa?

Amr Moussa, the departing secretary general of the Arab League who has declared his candidacy for the presidency of Egypt, was interviewed on Monday in Cairo by Raghida Dergham, columnist and senior diplomatic correspondent for the London-based Al Hayat. Following are excerpts from that interview:

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/24/opinion/24iht-edmoussa24.html
 

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