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« Reply #10 on: March 12, 2006, 08:56:39 AM »

..in my humble opinion, the UN instead of playing buddy buddy,rubbing shoulders with USA and other so-called 'democratic crusaders', should take a firm step once and for all against their African CORRUPT governments and step in against military coups happening every few months when some drug/warlord decides to commit genocide against his kin or fatten his ugly black belly!!
 
The UN shold also investigate who is supplying the armaments and 'know-how', and THEN will the world feel real compassion to these unfortunate events. On second thoughts, UN GS better watch his son first!;)
 
Having said that, I do feel sorry for them, after all these are all God's creation and deserve our sympathy.
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« Reply #11 on: March 12, 2006, 07:10:48 PM »

malta owes africans nothing. europe owes africa nothing. if anything africa owes europe.
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« Reply #12 on: March 13, 2006, 01:32:12 AM »

good less to come and ruin our lives also because they seem to always self destruct theirs
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« Reply #13 on: March 13, 2006, 11:57:54 AM »

"The headline figures are horrible: almost 30 million Africans have HIV/Aids.  But, says Rian Malan, the figures are computer-generated estimates and they appear  grotesquely exaggerated when set against population statistics"

the main theme behind an article showing how Africa really isn't dying of AIDS but is an exagerationof the situation..

"       I think it is time to start questioning some of the claims made by the        Aids lobby. Their certainties are so fanatical, the powers they claim so        far-reaching. Their authority is ultimately derived from        computer-generated estimates, which they wield like weapons, overwhelming        any resistance with dumbfounding atom bombs of hypothetical human misery.        Give them their head, and they will commandeer all resources to fight just        one disease. Who knows, they may defeat Aids, but what if we wake up five        years hence to discover that the problem has been blown up out of all        proportion by unsound estimates, causing upwards of $20 billion to be        wasted?"

http://www.purewatergazette.net/africaisntdying.htm I only read parts of the article.  I'm sick and don't feel like reading right now but if the article is right about the exageration.. ara kemm qed intuom flus al xejn!
 
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« Reply #14 on: March 13, 2006, 01:24:27 PM »

well as far as i can see africas population is exploding and invading our lands. hardly a symbol of death no?

Europe on the other hand............
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« Reply #15 on: March 15, 2006, 12:36:45 AM »

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well as far as i can see africas population is exploding and invading our lands. hardly a symbol of death no?

Europe on the other hand............
Very true comrade...
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« Reply #16 on: March 15, 2006, 02:22:12 AM »

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"The headline figures are horrible: almost 30 million Africans have HIV/Aids. But, says Rian Malan, the figures are computer-generated estimates and they appear grotesquely exaggerated when set against population statistics"
 
the main theme behind an article showing how Africa really isn't dying of AIDS but is an exagerationof the situation..
 
" I think it is time to start questioning some of the claims made by the Aids lobby. Their certainties are so fanatical, the powers they claim so far-reaching. Their authority is ultimately derived from computer-generated estimates, which they wield like weapons, overwhelming any resistance with dumbfounding atom bombs of hypothetical human misery. Give them their head, and they will commandeer all resources to fight just one disease. Who knows, they may defeat Aids, but what if we wake up five years hence to discover that the problem has been blown up out of all proportion by unsound estimates, causing upwards of $20 billion to be wasted?"
 
http://www.purewatergazette.net/africaisntdying.htm I only read parts of the article. I'm sick and don't feel like reading right now but if the article is right about the exageration.. ara kemm qed intuom flus al xejn!

This is true. How or where do these people get their figures? In Africa some places they don't even have birth certifiates? How do they know who was born and who died. There is no system of keeping track of people.
Also one has to count the ones who treck all the way to North Africa so they can make it into the promised land.
That is why some or most don't have documents, cause some lion ate the damn passport while running after the poor bugger.
 
The silly billies are just useless and God has even given up hope on these asreholes.
 
Do you think the rest of the world will miss Africa if it just disappeared?
I don't:p
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« Reply #17 on: March 15, 2006, 08:33:48 AM »

if they survive, we die.
if they die, we survive.
as simple as that. its nature.
its not bad luck, it is their ignorance. for those who cannot bare those pictures, dont look.
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« Reply #18 on: March 16, 2006, 07:53:06 PM »

Ian Smith. Please come back!!!


THERE is some relief in sight at last for Zimbabwe's women. About 30 tonnes of tampons and sanitary pads have recently been trucked from neighbouring South Africa. Nearly 5m women are thought to be using old newspapers, rags or even tree fibre as alternatives, often leading to infections. ?We are sitting on a health time-bomb,? says Thabitha Khumalo of the Women's Advisory Council, a local support group. Getting no sympathy from her government, she launched a campaign abroad?and has been overwhelmed by the response, as donations have poured in from Britain and South Africa.
Most sanitary products have to be imported and are now inaccessible to many women. Unemployment stands at 75%; most women lucky enough to have a job make about $20 a month. The official value of the local currency has plummeted by a factor of 16 in the past year, with inflation at over 780%. Lack of foreign exchange makes it hard to import even the barest necessities. The government is now thinking of taking over 51% of foreign mines the main remaining source of hard currency.
The foreign-exchange shortage has been worsened by the government's decision last August to start repaying the IMF the minimum required to prevent Zimbabwe's expulsion from the body; the extra $9m it scraped up in February did the trick. But on March 8th, the IMF decided that this was not enough to restore Zimbabwe's voting or borrowing rights. To repay the fund, the central bank has kept the economy starved of foreign exchange and printed dollops of money?stoking inflation.
Arthur Mutambara, who was chosen as the new leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) at a party congress held at the end of last month, is unimpressed. A former student activist, he has just returned to Zimbabwe after 15 years in South Africa and the United States. He deplores the country's meltdown, but so far his ideas to revive the economy have sounded rather vague. The MDC itself is in meltdown, following a split in November. The faction led by Morgan Tsvangirai, who was instrumental in setting up the party, has not endorsed Mr Mutambara's leadership and was intending to hold its own congress on March 18th. Poor Zimbabwe.

http://www.economist.com/world/africa/displaystory.cfm?story_id=5637726
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« Reply #19 on: February 01, 2012, 07:49:15 PM »

http://www.euronews.net/2012/02/01/senegal-s-wade-risks-revolt/
Criticism grew that the president had grown power-drunk with his multi-million-euro project to celebrate 50 years of independence: a bronze statue to glorify African rebirth.
Euronews spoke to the head of the EU observer mission in Senegal, Thijs Berman. He said he was worried about a situation where police are firing live rounds at protesters.
 
This is Wade's monument to "Africa's Rebirth"

 
 
and this is the President (with his white wife) -
the Jesuit trained Mugabe is on the extreme right:

 
 
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