Pan Africanism : Liberia sex-for-aid 'widespread'

Discussion in 'Black History - Culture - Panafricanism' started by panafrica, May 7, 2006.

  1. panafrica

    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/4983440.stm
     
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    My God....

    Has the new Madam President anything to say about all this ????
    These so-called aide workers need to be put our of their misery :uzi:
    This is a prime example of why "we" need to help ourselves instead of
    relying on "outsiders"....You gotta be one sick bastid to trade
    sex for food with a child
     
  3. panafrica

    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thus the criticism so many African have for missionaries and missionary missions. These folks come to do more than hand out food and medical supplies. Hopefully Madam President will crack down on this, and bring those who prey on the most helpless citizens of Liberia to justice.
     
  4. Akilah

    Akilah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Lord release your children from this unspeakable bondage....

    Yes, I understand their criticisms totally after reading this... I hope
    Madame President will crack down on this quickly, but in the meantime what, if anything, can bruthas and sistahs here in the U.S. do to help ? Maybe we here at Destee could "sign" a letter of protest and send to the UN to demand they step up their investigations of the WFP and other such orgs. ?
     
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    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    What is most sad is that the UN is headed by a black man, Kofi Annan. Not only is this organization headed by a black man, but an African at that. The abuses being done in Africa under his watch is absolutely inexcusable. Perhaps his having a white wife contributes to such negligence? Opps PanAfrica....there you go again!!
     
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    Akilah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Dang...yeah I forget that the UN is headed by an original African man....
    It is truly pathetic that Africa is in so much turmoil and pain under the
    watch of her own son....and the white wife as a factor may just prove your
    theory about "divided loyalties" etc...Hmmmm...truly something to think
    about. I wonder where Kofi calls home :confused: I doubt it's on The
    Continent.
     
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    This is the problem we face as Africans. These people create conflicts, inorder to spread the AIDS virus which is a man made virus. It was only invented to destroy the population of africans/blacks in general.Do you think these people want to continue writing off debts and helping the poor? How do you think they intend to reduce the poverty rate? How do you think they want to reduce the world population? Not by family planning.Mr. Mbeki said before " ACCUTE POVERTY IS THE CAUSE OF AIDS". I think it is time we start as a people to unite and fight against this genocide. Because these so-called peace keepers are doing it to blacks, no body will point a finger. Ask Condolezza Rice about this. She grew up in Liberia, and the HIV infection rate is growing every day in Liberia..This is a plan....WAKE UP!!
     
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    I totally agree with you.
    But the question is, does he really have control as the head of the UN
     
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    Merry Ol' England...

    I suspect Annan is the type of Black man who's home is filled with paitings and pictures of English Royalty and the Queen.
     
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    Kofi Annan son, Kojo, is living a life of exquisite lawlessness in Ghana, using his father name to import a Mercedes or BMW going against Ghana import laws and duties.

    Little Annan doesnt look the least bothered about using his father's name in lawlessness.

    http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/africa/01/24/annan.car/
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/mai...jo05.xml&sSheet=/news/2004/12/05/ixworld.html

    If Kofi can TOLERATE this ABOVE, then I WOULD NOT EXPECT HIM to do HARDLY nothing about this Liberia situation.

    Plus it's equally sad for Liberia new government to consider it most VURNERABLE citizens a LOW PRIORITY.

    All I can do is HOPE that everyone get on the right track towards PEACE.
     
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