Africa Leaders’ Summit: Send the Right Message

The Butcher with Mr and Mrs Obama
 
August 4, 2014
Three notorious African leaders -- Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe, Eritrea's Isaias Afewerki, and Sudan's Omar al-Bashir -- are not invited to this week's U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. But a number of other long-ruling African strongmen, like Angola's José Eduardo dos Santos, Equatorial Guinea's Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, and Uganda's Yoweri Museveni, will be there. In fact, over a dozen African countries which will be represented at the summit boast disturbing human rights records of ruthlessly suppressing freedom of expression and freedom of association through harassment, arrest, torture, and trumped up charges and killings.
As President Barack Obama said in an inspiring speech in Accra, Ghana, five years ago, the continent's future is up to Africans, and "Africa needs strong institutions, not strongmen." Like most other African activists, I hoped the United States would recalibrate its security partnership with autocratic African strongmen. I hoped it would follow a balanced policy towards the continent, with development, security, and governance as core pillars, each holding equal sway. Freedoms of expression, association, and peaceful assembly underpin the ability of citizens to exercise so many other rights and hold their own governments accountable. These rights -- prized not only in the United States but by millions of Africans -- must be at the center of Washington's message to Africa's leaders.
But a closer look at U.S. policy and practice in Africa shows that Washington too often prioritizes security and trade at the expense of good governance and respect for human rights. Take Angola, where for over 30 years President José Eduardo dos Santos has wielded criminal prosecutions, arbitrary arrests, and a brutal police force to silence the media and public and enforce his rule, while Washington remains almost exclusively focused on Angolan oil.
Or look at my own country, Ethiopia, where only weeks ago, three journalists and seven bloggers were charged with "terrorism" for allegedly conspiring to overthrow the government. They are simply the latest victims of a decade-long crackdown on political opponents, nongovernmental groups, peaceful protesters, and media that dare to even mildly criticize the policies of the ruling party. Meanwhile, the U.S. administration focuses on its security alliance with Ethiopia for its fight against terrorism in Somalia.
Under Paul Kagame, Rwanda has effectively silenced political opposition and independent criticism through a litany of arrests, disappearances, and killings of political opponents and journalists both at home and in exile. Meanwhile, neighboring Burundi recently marked a new low by imposing a life sentence on opposition party members and alleged supporters, among others, in a blatantly unfair one-day trial.
Uganda, another country whose president, Yoweri Museveni, has been in power for decades, has increasingly cracked down on independent media and nongovernmental organizations, particularly at a time when they are reporting allegations of state corruption and financial mismanagement. And Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of oil-rich Equatorial Guinea celebrated his 35th anniversary in power on August 3 by traveling to Washington for the summit, while illegal arrests, torture, and high-level corruption continue back home.
Even in Nigeria, which has for years boasted a strong, free press and active independent groups, there are signs of slippage as soldiers have carried out campaigns to intimidate and harass some media organizations for reporting on corrupt practices in the military. Nigerian authorities defended this brazen intimidation as a routine security operation when soldiers intercepted and destroyed the deliveries of several national newspapers in May and June. On top of this, a new draft law presented to parliament threatens to cut foreign funding for nongovernmental organizations. 
In the Gambia, a series of repressive laws has led to the intimidation and imprisonment of journalists and human rights defenders for exercising their rights to freedom of expression and association. Some have been forcibly disappeared.
So it's particularly alarming that this summit will not give human rights and governance a prominent role, and that activists will remain on the outside looking in at a time when independent voices are under sustained attack in so many African countries.
If the U.S. government truly wants to support stable and prosperous African partners, then this summit should pay more than just lip service to human rights and good governance.

http://www.hrw.org/news/2014/08/04/africa-leaders-summit-send-right-message

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  1. The Butcher looks short!

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  2. The African circus is going to town,it is officially called USA/Africa leadership summit,Not ringlging African brothers.
    According to pre-summit hype ,in the first ever "USA/African leaders summit".African leaders would have the opportunity to engage directly with President Obama his cabinet memebers ,and other key members including business executives and members of civil society.It is expected to be a five ring circus with stages to expanding trade and investment ties,engagihg young African leaders,promoting inclusive sustainable development,expanding coorporation of peace and security and gaining a better future for Africa's next generations.

    Human Rights is definitely not on the menu.

    President Obama proclaimed on the White House Web Site"I do not see the countries and people of Africa as a world apart; I see Africa as a fundamental part of our interconnected world -partners with America on behalf of the future we want for all our children"Is this some kind of ?He (laywerese,doubletalk).he specifically referred to "countries and people of African".How about leaders of Africa?Are the a world apart?From a different world?Partners with America?

    of course the Countries and people of Africa are not at Washington.,D.C African leaders are.I donot see Leaders and partners ,in the AFRICAN leaders ,but the proverbial PIG IN LIPSTICK,to borrow a campaign metaphor from President Obama."You know you can put lipstick on pig,but it I still a pig..You can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called "change"It still gonna stink after eight years",declared candidate Mr Obama on his way to the White House"

    You know what,you can assemble a whole bunch of African criminals against Humanity ,genociders,tyrannts,,mass murders in the White House and call them leaders,but after the lipsticks wear off at the end of the day,they are who they are.You can wrap a whole bunch of African thugtators,and dictators in a fancy label and call them PARTENRS ,but after rottening in power for decades,they stink to high heavens.

    Guess who^s coming for Dinner at the White House?The guest list of African leaders and aprtners include the names of some of the 21st Century ^s worst criminal against Humanity-killers,torturers,State organized terrorists,con men and scammers in designed suits and sunshades:Michel the Butcher of Seychellois,UHURU Kenyatta (on trial in the ICC for criminal against Humanity)Paul Biga(a record of gross Huaman rights abuses)Balise Compaore--came to power by bloody coup),SANTOS -Angola Dictators)etc..etc..etc...Criminals Ôbama calls Leaders and partners.Does President Obama really believe in Amercan values?Which Amemrcian values has he betrayed in partnering with African Dictators and tyrannts?

    President Obama is optimistic that these African Leaders can partenrs with Amercia on behalf of the future we want for our children.I donot see it this way.I see these African dictators ad beggars is America who strike a bad example beggary for the future of African children.African leaders,despite the millions and billions they have stolen and stashed away and Africa^s fable wealth,are quintessentially beggars in the away they think and act.Wheen they are not pulling their guns and knieves to rob,.cheat ans steal from their people,they are holding out their begging bowls for alms,from the Intenrational community.Their motto is "ask what America,China and Europe can do for Africa...always"They never asked what they can do for Africa by themselves without alms,cahrity and handout from America,Europe and China.





    Jeanne D'Arc




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  3. How can African leaders to the likes of Michel the butcher,the grand thief, invest in the next generation when they are diverting and wasting the current generation?The fact,these marons will continue and indeed will be right to continue to use the power and influence which sovereignty confers ,as well as the tactics and manoeuvres which Intenrational diplomacy legitimaizes ,t oextract more and more alms from our benefitors.But the inherent evil remains-and it remains with us and no one else.
    Unless a beggar shakes off and irrevocably turns his back on ,his begging habits,he will forever remains a beggar.For,the more he begs the more he develops the beggar characteristicsof lack of innitiatives,courage,drive and self-reliance.
    I would remind Mr Oboma" of his own words ,during his visit to Ghana in 2009"Make no mistakes:history is on the side of these brave Africans,and no with those who use COUPS or change Constitutions to stay in power.Africa does not need strongmen,it needs strong institutions..."I wonder if Mr Obama is making a big mistake by standing on the side of Africa's cruel strongmen.I get the heebie geebies just imagining Mr Obama standing on the side of Seychelles' terrorist strongman Michel and wining and dining him in White house.EEEK!
    Obama's farce of US diplocrisy.

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  4. In 1977 with an Ak 47 in his hand , communist Michel the butcher chanted YANKEES GO HOME.but bankrupcy could make even the most fanatic communist to the likes of Michel now are calling YANKKES come to Africa to save our arses from mass poverty,

    USA/AFRICA ends ,
    African leaders including Michel promised Obama to resolve to empowering youths, promote GOOD governance,boost food security.Mr Obama said "we see troubling restrictions of Human rights,,So today is an opportunity to highlight the importance of rule of lawopen and accountable institutions,strong civil societies,and protection of citizens and communities.*

    OBAMA said this during the closing of the SUMMIT"with respects to journalists on the media,,the last session that we had on GOOD GOVERNANC Empahsized that GOOD GOVERANCE means everybody has a voice,that governance is transparent, and ,thereby accountable"

    HAS HALF-BRAIN and oblivion Michel the Butcher heard these words from Obama?If not Michel must not think he isgoing to pocket millions of Amercian tax payers money to keep him in power for eternity.No Michel,We are going to observe you,ensure that you deleiver on these words you accepted from Obama,If you failed to change we going to ensure that no American Tax payers money is given to thugs like you.And I believe unlike Communist China,there is a lot of influencial personalities to the likes John MCCAIN who could help us achieve that.

    Jeanne D'Arc

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  5. Michel feels as US President and OBAMA and wife as an African leader..But something enveil Michel's real identity namely the communist BADGE that hangs on the right side of his suit.

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  6. The summit is not just about Economic exchange but far more than that, it is about countering China influence in Africa.In an Internview with THE ECONOMIST Mr Obama said that to African Dictators"while tried to avoid direct cdritzism of China.He said"It is clearly keen to encourage the continent to think twice signing up to China economic model.So my adivice to African leaders is ,in fact if China is putting in roads and bridges,number one,,number that the roads do not just lead to the mines,to the ports to Shangai" and ensure that jobs are created for Africans not imported Exapts from China"
    In other words,OBAMA is telling African leaders exactly what we have been teeling aprtilepep for some times now namey create jobs and opportunities for Seychellois not GOPS ,EXPATS or for people coming from over-populated countries like India,SRi Lanka.Pakistans.this is the duties of the government of these countries.That is allow Seychellois to be the benefitors of their own economy before foreigners..I hope the ears of the Butcher was unblocked and he has finally heard the message.

    Jeanne D'Arc

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  7. Not only short have you ever seen a LERA BLAN BYEN LAFEN ?

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  8. This is a good time for all African people to overthrow their Presidents while they are in the USA.

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  9. Michel and Adam did you open your f**king donkey ears when Kerry said a country for good development and good economic growth mean CORRUPTION must stop.
    Chinese is on a rise in Africa that what made the US call in all African dictators in the White House.
    African leaders they problem are CORRUPTION what make Chinese rise in Africa they don't care if African leaders and criminals and are corrupt as long as they are benefiting in their investment .

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  10. To;Obomer and usa.
    It's too late to try helping Afrikans.
    WHY?
    CHINA came knocking all the doors.
    Very soon CHINA will rule them and ofcourse the seycelles!
    NOW, SESELWA IF U DON'T LIKE CHINA AND U LOVE YOUR COUNTRY JUST LIKE ME PLEASE REMEMBER IN 2016 WHAT U NEED TO KNOW!
    JUST SAY KNOW TO CORUGATED SHEET.
    JUST SAY NO TO GUINNESS.
    JUST SAY NO TO SOME BRICKS.
    JUST SAY NO TO SOME RUPPIAS.
    IF YOU TAKE IT,...YOUR KIDS AND MINE WILL BE PAYING FOR IT IN THE FUTURE.

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  11. These African dictators are no different from the other world's most ruthless infamous dictators like Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin and Vladimir Putin, Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Chairman Mao, Pol Pot, Bashar-al-Assad and so forth.

    However, these modern day African Dictators, thrive in a quagmire of their own creation which, surprisingly, do not seem to be categorically rejected by civilized nations.
    This is essentially a CONSTITUTIONAL DICTATORSHIP.
    They all came to power through violence.
    The "Revolution" was necessary to destroy and get rid of the Nation's enemies.
    They claim that the "revolution" was a popular uprising.
    This was subsequently "proven" by unfair elections that maliciously showed that the dictator had the support of over 95% of the population.
    The dictator continued to rule by the emergency powers that had to be introduced following the initial violence that toppled the previous legitimate government.
    Puppets of the dictator were appointed to strategic positions and a constitution was drafted that carefully masked but ensured the continuation of these extraordinary emergency powers.

    A constitutional dictatorship is not unlike the situation that countries like the UK or the USA adopted during the second world war. The constitution of these countries allowed that their President or Prime Minister be granted emergency powers in times of war, but those powers were taken away when the war was over.
    By contrast, constitutional dictatorships continue to hold these emergency powers indefinitely - their reason being that the country needs to remain "vigilant" and that the enemy is watching.

    It is a sad state of affairs and there is not much that the common people can do to take away the dictator's emergency powers without the consequence of intimidation, discrimination, suppression, physical injury or even perhaps death!

    These constitutional dictatorships, unlike constitutional democracies, can last decades upon decades upon decades.
    The Seychelles constitutional dictatorship began on 05 June 1977, is 4 decades old, there is no end in sight and the grip by the dictator of emergency powers is as strong as ever!!
    All of this is because of the hunger for power of just one man:
    France Albert Rene.

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  12. Michel speaks about the USA/AMERCIAN summit as if he is the initiator of the summit.Michel and his mouth piece NATION,SBC does not mentioned a word on Human Rights,good governance,accoutability,etc... issues which President Obama repeatedly raised during this three-day summit.IT shows us that this donkey just do not get it.

    Michel tells us he hope American would come and invest in Seychelles.but the thing is there were some who already wanted to invest in Seychelles like MR LEE,USA National Michel and his gang robbed millions from in the day light which has created the lack of confidence by potential American DFI to invest in Seychelles.

    Michel trying to potrays himself as the Star of the summit told NATION"He was happy that his position was supported by SIERRA LEONE and CAPO VERDO----that is Michel believe SIERRA LEONE and CAPO Verdo ,two countries amongst the poorest in Africa have Intenrational Inflfuence and it is a great acheivememnt that this two powerful countries supported his nonse,if we believe Michel the maron..Michel thinks he would have success of being an idiot.

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  13. Finally Communist Michel had the change to see the statue of liberty in Washington D.C.What did the monkey think of?Was he inspire by the power of liberty when he walked down the town and see how democracy is the best system for progress?Has the monkey learnt anything form what he saw in Washignton D.C or he was too amazed by this great city that he just could not bleive his eyes when he sees what a free and democratic society can achieve?

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  14. 4:27
    We are dealing with the devil. We should take their corrugated sheets. guinness, bricks & ruppias. However, if there is a credible opposition we should vote for them & if we have face opposition like Pierre we should abstain or spoil our vote. This is the only way to deal with the devil. We should play along with them, but we should remain strong, vigilant and agile to come out of this mess ! NOT AN IDIOT

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  15. Michel looks like a total geek!

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  16. Ethiopian delegates in US/Africa Summit are taking the Seychelles delegates like fools, JAm and Potter just laugh with cameras at every angle possible as JPA do the talks. Mancham could have done a better job!
    Blue economy.....but no boats for themself.
    They have oil tankers but no oil.
    They are begging for tourist but no direct flights.
    Leve debourye, but everything is made in China.
    Sesellois ouver zot lizye pa les JAM anbet zot.
    I pli kouyon ki en sat plenn pandan plenn lin.

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  17. Obama cannot wash your hands of blood of others!

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  18. Butcher in a suit!

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  19. Althought American Presidents are referred to as leaders, of the FREE world,It is unfair to exclude the impact they have and could have on those who are not free as well.

    Africans look forward to so that President OBAMA would stand by them for freedom,justice and human right.It seems Mr OBAMA has left them down again.

    Beyond his visits,speeches and hopes about what Africa should look like,he did not allow his stature and power as an instrument so that the very ideas he preaches for Africa could be a reality.

    In USA/AFRICA Summit he did not stress enough the issues of good governance and Human Rights beyond a little humorous advice of fighting corruption.This negligent of the Elelphant in the ROOM ,not only be an appeasement to the suffering of African in the hands of the strong men it would not protect American business interests in Africa.whatever.Beyond making the summit so glamorous for the consumption of the media,its practical of the summit to Africans and American businesses is so minimal.Adversely,,rather,it sends a toxic message to the tyrannts of Africa saying,WE know you are violating Human Rights and looting ,torturing your people,but lets do business.

    America is not CHina,this great Nation was invented by people who bled,janged,died just so because they are the master of their destiny by protecting their God given Rights,Human Rights.it is so expected ,Republican and Democrats alike should stand by them whenever they are violated.It is not only they have the moral,,legal and historical obligation to do so,,it so because the respect of these rights is a foundation for viable and effective free market based businesses that is benficial to all parties.Any business conducted in,in an environment that is vulnerable to instability and chaos because of absence for the respect of basic Human rights,is doomed
    ,.It is a well-known fact that Capital is coward.That is whenever there is turmoils real or perceived ,Capital is reluctant to set it foot on.

    Wake up Mr Obama!Donot try to feed African tyrannts but African people.

    Jeanne D'Arc

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  20. Have you ever seen a monkey in suit?if not, check this guy standing between Mr Obama and his wife?

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  21. Hey guys at home,look at me,i am standing between the first lady and the President,i am Africa's greater leader far beyond that of Mandela.I am advicing Mr Obama on how to money laundering,t ,rob his people,kill them and destroy USA economy with my communist economic principles.Mr Obama in return, promises me that I have been chsen for the first ever NASA mission to the MAR , I would be the First African Austronaut ever to travel in Space but also the first ever non-American National to pilot the Shuttle,and you know as an experience fighter Jet pilot It could not be any African than me.

    SOON I would start training In Kenya together with UHURU KENYATA at African Space Center to get ready for this great mission.I was told Mugabe is the chief trainer ,what an honor to be trained by him.Brother Mugabe though has never travel to space have however met E;T so he can give me so advice on how to chat with E;T if case I meet them on my way to the Mar.Can you imagine that,not even Mancham and FAR has ever been offered such a great task and responsibility,they must already feel jealous.

    Commander Michel.

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  22. Monkey business?

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  23. There is something that this picture does not show.
    In the midst is a hypocrite who, on 05 June 1977 - brandishing an AK47 assault rifle - terrorized the people of Seychelles.
    He and his leader have never ever explained the deaths and disappearance of innocent people.
    Justice is still waiting to be served, the people deserve answers and the families need closure.
    Both Michel and Rene have blood on their hands because these atrocities happened on their watch!

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  24. Commander, this was a WAXED Obama and first lady.

    You just went in between the two and JPI took a picture with his broken KODAK.

    Ase fer vantar!

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  25. 19.45
    The two like each other they ssahre they same atrocities-----Ethopia actual Prime is ex-dictator and butcher MELES' protégé and posses the same wickedness as his master Melese just as that of Butcher Michel.For instance,The AU building in Addisababa sponsored by China was built of an ex prison used by ex-dictator Melese to butcher his people.

    Yes Michel has oil tankers while not having oil well
    We export most on our goods which are transported by ships--at least we could have had a CARGO fleet to transport these goods ourselves
    We have one othe biggest EEZ in the region with millions of tons of Tuna fish---5 decades long Pl has allowed foreign sienrs to rob us but failed to devlop our own tuan fleet--this is call good governance for Pl.

    We have 115 Outter Island could be developed like Maldives thereby boost tourism industry Pl instead sell them out like private asset to world crimials and despots
    -We have tons of seaweeds invading our shores each northwest monsson ,potential to cproduce medication which is a lucrative business and we have a big market in Africa--Pl collect these tons of seaweed and throw them in to the wild.

    With African neigbours we could by prpepare ,develop a plan so that we could together operate a small manageable CRUISE SHIP which does not exist in the region --OPPS I forget we bankrupt once more .
    -it is Pl--it is the way of doing things namely contrary of what should be normal for us.

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  26. Mandela of Indian Ocean?

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  27. ENEMY OF AFRICA ARE THE AFRICANS DICTATORS.

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  28. No Bin LADEN of Afirca and his Jihadists.Nati _Seychellois --Seychellois say to partilepep STOP SELLING OUT OUR APTRIMONY___Partilepep instead of stopping---Illegaly passed a law in APRIL 2014 that allows them to illegally sell out our patrimony to foriegners--and they tell us now both Seychellois and foriegners can buy land.Paritlepep maed foriegners have the same rights when it comes to Seychellois patrimony .tHAT IS A DECADES FROM NOW ,Seychellois rasiN WOULD HAVE NO POSSIBLITY TOOWE LAND IN THEIR OWE HOMELAND BECUASE OF PARTILEPEP ILLEGAL LAW.

    yOU KNOW IN 2016 THERE WOULD BE A MASSS EXECUTION IF PARTILEPEP DO NOT ABROGATE THIS ILLEGAL LAWS TTIS PASSED AND DO NOT CHANGE.i THINK PARTILEPEP CROOKS HAVE SEEN HOW ISIS BRUTALLY EXECUTE (unfortunately INNOCENT IRAKS)PARTILEPEP CROOKS WILL ENJOY SIMIALR FAITH.tHEY WILL FACE CAPITAL SENTENCE BY EXECUTION AND NO SINGLE ONE WILL BE SPARE.

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  29. Jihadists in Iraq are murdering and buried peoples alive but Iraq 100 years ago was only Christians living there look today that's mean jihadists have agenda they are prepare to make war in their homeland and send their peoples on perpose to exile make their immigrate in foreign countries to spread their violence.Why not exile in Qatar,UAEKuwait,Oman,BAHrain why only in EU or in the US two continent that Muslim hated most because they ready to spread violence around the world soon they will come execute all pp crooks and turn all Seychellios in to Islam or face execution.pa pou boir baka ankor dirty water.
    I remember Seychelles was 1 or 2 % with Muslim how many we have now?20 %!!!When it 50 be prepare Seychellios I will keep on sending this message until you see for your self forget about this crook he will run away and he had already convert that's why he wear long shirt all the time.

    Seychellios don't check it.

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  30. MICHEL IS A FACIST DICTATOR !

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  31. it is the consequences of atheists and paritlepep crooked policies.Partilepep creates problems we did not have.

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  32. Partilepep is breeding jihadists in Seychelles instead of fighting against its proliferation as other countires are doing,when they hatch our tourism industry would collapse and country destroy forever.

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  33. HOLDING THE HANDS ON SUFFERING WHAT YOU MENTION ROBERT AHWENG IN YOUR POET.THAT IS WHAT PP AND YOUR LEADER HAVE CREATE FOR NEARLY 37 YEARS AND STILL CREATING ESPECIALLY DIVISION IN OUR SOCIETY WITH DISCRIMINATION.

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    1. This 56 lines poem is for SPUP/SPPF/PL.
      This Robert outsmarted everyone.
      Need more Roberts like that!

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    2. If this same poem was signed by a Robert Kalawan or Robert Nesta or Robert Boule or John Sepaqwa I bet you SN would never published it.
      Look like fresh air of freedom is blowing!



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  34. You can say washing their hands full of blood on the sufferers.

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    1. What cannot be considered a poem but a pot-pourri of shits.Robert outsmart everyone in the Pl.He is telling us that the same who incurred the suffering on the suffers could easy their suffering.The best way to help the suffering is not to hold their hands but have those like Robert stop their astrocites then the suffering will cure tiself without Robert holding the hands of the suffering.Yopu know what ROBERT .eople suffering would prefer to walk with God through pain and suffering than with the maron who incures the suffering on them.

      If Robert understood his people suffering he would not have written such trash and garbage.For If he was suffering too,he would have been more compassionate to others suffering.

      Jeanne D'Arc

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  35. 09-48
    What!Michel is a democrat---Dictators like calling themselves democrats ,it makeS them feel good.North Korea-----is called the DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF NORTH KOREA-------M UGABE ALSO THINKS Zimbabwe IS A Democracy.just like Castro .

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  36. BY THE WAY IS EL MATRI ASYLUM SEEKERS STILL ON OUR SHORE SEEN LONG TIME WE DONT HEARD ANY NEWS ABOUT THIS ILLEGAL ALLIEN ON OUR SHORE THAT THIS DONKEY HAD BROUGHT.

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  37. Easy to tell them what should they put their vision on but them idiots thinking how they can use this seaweed for what!PP may be check online lazy donkeys stop just polishing those chairs in office.

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  38. As to notorious ignoramus Michel,he has convinced himself,his invitation to the White House was a confirmation of/a green light for his dictatorship and hopes he could prolong it now that Obama has shaked his bloody hands.We will not let you Michel extend your dictatorship on Seychellois.

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  39. Be hide close door Obama was not laughing him,he had past him a strong message with tough words.

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  40. Might have strong message to Michele but it get through the right and out through the left ear. POV DYAB HE WAS ELECTED BY IDIOTS AND MAROONS and the results are our children will keep suffering unless we all stop scratching our balls and send strong message by voting them out in the next election.

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