- Sep 18, 2018
What will we teach our children, so that they can avoid these problems in future generations?Historically NNQ one would say, of course I care for that's where my roots are. After a while one tires of the reality of natural resource rich but morally bankrupt African heads of state serving the continent (Where life started) up to rape of it's natural resources then the UN says let us handle Africa, after all Kofi Annan was General Secretary. Before, then and now long after nothing has changed for the better thanks to Monsanto and others of that global corporate ilk. After China planted their unofficial flag in Panama after the 100 year lease fiasco they set their sights of benevolent colonization on Sub Saharan Africa. This was well planned in advance and as the saying goes, when more then one person knows a secret, it's no longer a secret and all the natural resource rich African countries were warned well in advance of their impending fate with documented proof if they invited the vampire into their house. They laughed at us, they derided us, they mocked us, they spun tales of Chinese built supercities, continental drought eradication projects, communicable disease eradication medical super-drugs and ancient Chinese treatment regimens, power and transportation infrastructures, massive no tuition cutting edge high tech universities for the indigenous population to learn how to self sustain with these hundred billion dollar projects. Sad how history always has a way of repeating itself when it comes to our Motherland. Board of Tourism says come to Africa and enjoy our paradise. Chamber of Commerce say come to Africa and bring your corporate carving knife. Shame.