Africa does not need this thing called africa


Back in the village, the best people are known to ring-fence their interests and protect them from the last spot of their blood.

It is the best man he, against all, estimates a policy that undermines his interests and then tactics that his urpri is well protected.

The empire is about its wealth, which is definite as women, children, land, cattle, goats, property and everything else. To say, in the village, knowledge is like humanity, each person carries one, the prolifacy of it being the ability to use it. Call It Fact!

Now Africa, this great land of plenty, has become a village firm with vastly untapped resources, leaving the whole world sleeping with one eye open and another closed.

Any superpower in the world, no big economy in the world can afford to slip into comfortable sleep, before being assured of its bite on the African resource cake.

The United States of America and its Allies have established policies and strategies to help them exploit Africa's resources, and military strategies, disguised as military co-operation, Africa and NATO are among the strategies.

The two top military tips are tools for penetration, conquest and express access to resources, so it is a mistake for the United States of America and its allies to think that the majority of Africans are foolish who cannot see their interest in the governance of the United States. The continent has nothing to do with democracy, good governance and accountability, but about how to access Africa resources.

There is nothing like military co-operation with African governments to protect people, there is nothing like pro-democratic forces to deliver Africa.

All that is terribly dangerous and obsessive day, promising the warped thinking that Africans are worse and therefore cannot see the truth behind the smokescreen.

This should be a wake-up call for the African Union to set itself up as an organization that can qualify for a leading role in settling conflict in Africa and in the fair trade and exploitation of resources.

The first step is for African leaders to cooperate with the AU in resolving political, economic and other continental issues, as well as creating general consensus on approaches to the internal political problems, including the interference of Western countries. Africa should never be allowed to sink its roots in Africa.

Africans should be able to stop their problems and get off the hill and finally full-fledged army is the way to go. Once afekoms set up base, no one will be able to remove it. Remember the biblical camel story? AU standby force

It will be almost impossible to get rid of "big brother" who wants to control everything around, once he's in your house. We all know the US. There. And its allies have used fighting terrorism as a way to gain access to rich resources.

While fighting terrorism is a noble thought, it is abused as a pretext for mass robbery of native resources.

Just a pre-text!

Liberia, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq. There. Fighting terrorism there? Is there any positive result?

The only result is a huge mess in the social and economic situation of these countries. It should certainly be the formation of the O. Standby Force, those that should be deployed to Africa's hot spots with simultaneous withdrawal from all of Western African containers.

That should promote the normalization of the situation on the continent. Exceptions should only be made for missions operating under the UN system. And oh jobs. Safi says Africa needs to be respected and that respect should be reflected in all international organizations and structures of the United Nations.

The "little boy" note should be deleted and Africa should be given its upright lot in deed and thoughts. Africa still has these resources and therefore cannot escape the attraction of mad fortunes as represented by the United States of America and Western Europe. The SADC region by example and its brigade were spoken by the continent after successfully holding its fort in the first quarter of this year.

This is certainly the way to go.

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