Cote d'Ivoire : The Struggle of the People of Côte d'Ivoire

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The Biaffran War which cost the death of millions of people was controlled and financed by France for those who don't know. There are many documents on this but they are in french. Here is something from 1968, and i can tell you that today we know more about that.

NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR:FRANCE BACKED BIAFRA TO THE HILT

TIME MAGAZINE
Friday, Dec. 06, 1968



^^Ivory Coast at time was ruled by Houphet Boigny who was a puppet of France. Is the reason for Nigeria politics against the state of Cote d'Ivoire? I hope no, because the true enemy here is france,Nigeria should take its revenge from france, who wanted to diminish the giant that Nigeria was supposed to be at that time.
No one has any hang up about getting the French out, and the record of history says clearly that both stooges where put in place by the French

But what is the plight of the everday people in Cote DIvoire?

that has not been metioned or talked about yet

Why are we into this the masses must serve the politician mentality like folks do here in the last 2 years

instead of the the politicain must serve the mases

and bust the move if one does not believe in Democracy then doggone it do like the PM of Namibia does who has been there since last no wonder,
and nationalize every doggone thing

so no one in the nation is disgruntled, and the masses enjoy a good and wholesome standard of living,
and every outsider must kickback 50% or face what Dr. Khalid Muhammed was talking about

they killed more Europeans in Namibia during thier revolution then Americans killed in the Vietnam war, and you dont hear squat about Namiba in the news

NEITHER DO YOU HEAR ABOUT CHILD SLAVERY DOWN THERE TO APPEASE THE EUROPEAN SWEET TOOTH!!!

which neither one of these 2 Baguette eating negros has said a mumbling word about or done a doggone thing about

after and before all this stupid killing
 

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Charles Ble Goude the leader of the young patriots of Cote d'Ivoire. This brother is the Julius Malema of CI. As you can see he does not bite his tongue! He is the new minister in charge of the youth in the new government of Cote d'Ivoire


Ble Goude like the young brother from Kenya are the future of Africa: they were not born during the colonization, and were not educated in western schools;they are tired of those old intellectuals who sold out the continent for western interests.They are ready to die for the cause and are not like some fake intellectuals like Wole Soyinka and that other clowns of wack... i mean black star line dot com. That young rapper had the humility to call for peace instead of calling for violence like his irresponsible prime minister. He understand that democracy or demoncracy is dividing and killing africans everyday. It's time for the youth to rise, they are the future not them fake elders who keep praising names of death people but are just cowards!

http://www.france24.com/en/20101229...headquarters-golf-hotel-ivory-coast-ble-goude

^^^^Great news: What they are not telling you(as well as the lie) is that he also declared that the government is working on way to create a new money. As i explained in my initial post, most of these countries are using a colonial monetary system called CFA which is controlled by the Bank of france. He asked the people to take out their money from the bank who are controlled by french banksters. I don't know if things will go in this way,but it would be great,it would mean the end of of this vampiric system.

 

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http://www.france24.com/en/20101229...headquarters-golf-hotel-ivory-coast-ble-goude

^^^^Great news: What they are not telling you(as well as the lie) is that he also declared that the government is working on way to create a new money. As i explained in my initial post, most of these countries are using a colonial monetary system called CFA which is controlled by the Bank of france. He asked the people to take out their money from the bank who are controlled by french banksters. I don't know if things will go in this way,but it would be great,it would mean the end of of this vampiric system.


If he realy desires change he would put an end to child slavery, since the major export is from the backs of these children

COCOA:em2300:
 

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Ivory Coast president refuses phone call from Barack Obama

The incumbent president of Ivory Coast is hardening his resistance to international pressure to stand down, even refusing to take a phone call from Barack Obama.

Laurent Gbagbo, who is widely viewed as having lost a recent election, is refusing to leave office despite attempts to persuade him from West African leaders and others in the broader international community.

Lanny J Davis, a lawyer who used to work for Bill Clinton, has resigned from his job advising Mr Gbagbo, claiming that the president had stopped taking his calls, and refused one from the US president.

Mr Davis said he had repeatedly tried to set up a phone conversation between Mr Gbagbo and Mr Obama which would have given the Ivorian "options for a peaceful resolution, that would avoid further bloodshed and be in the best interests of his country".

"Unfortunately, the decision was made in Abidjan not to allow President Obama's call to be put through to Mr Gbagbo, despite my repeated objections to that decision," he wrote in his resignation letter, which was seen by CNN.

Mr Davis said he would continue to push for a peaceful resolution in the former French colony "but for the reasons expressed above I will no longer be able to do so as a representative of your government".

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/wor...ent-refuses-phone-call-from-Barack-Obama.html
 

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Ivory Coast mercenary coup plot claims are absurd, says US

Interior minister alleges that Americans entered Ivory Coast on mission to overthrow President Laurent Gbagbo


The United States has dismissed as "absurd" claims that it had sent mercenaries to Ivory Coast to oust President Laurent Gbagbo.

Gbagbo's interior minister, Emile Guirieoulou, alleged that 10 Americans who flew in, purportedly to investigate grenade damage to the US embassy, were involved in a plot to overthrow the embattled leader.

Guirieoulou told a press conference: "This plane was supposed to disembark some persons presented as American experts tasked to evaluate damages caused to the American embassy after a rocket attack during the opposition demonstration.

"The plane has asked and been granted permission to land in Abidjan. Surprisingly, the plane, which arrived from Algiers, finally landed in [Ivory Coast's northern capital of] Bouake and later left. We have good reasons to think that the 10 Americans who disembarked are mercenaries."

Rumours of outside intervention have been circulating in the Ivorian press. The Gbagbo-owned Notre Voie newspaper reported: "To impose [opposition leader Alassane] Ouattara on Ivorians, mercenaries have been recruited to transform Abidjan into a battlefield," adding that German and French operatives have been hired "to assassinate Ivorian authorities including President Laurent Gbagbo".

The paper also alleged that the US embassy in Abidjan is harbouring "some 50 war-trained American GIs" whose mission is to organise "an attack against the Ivorian president".

Mark Toner, a spokesman for the US state department, described the charges as "absurd" and "ridiculous", the Voice of America reported.

The US has joined the UN, EU and African Union in calling for Gbagbo to stand down after presidential elections on 28 November, but he has refused to accept defeat by Ouattara.

Amid widespread reports of human rights abuses, almost 20,000 people, mostly women and children, have fled Ivory Coast for neighbouring Liberia, according to the UN refugee agency.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/dec/29/ivory-coast-gbagbo-mercenary-coup-plot?intcmp=239
 

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