Each country in Africa needs to fight one more war. I am not talking about civil wars. We will not fight any more civil war if each African country raise her nationalists above impostors and fight the common enemy once and for all.
The common enemy in Africa is the Imperialists which are usually in most case the remnant or debris of colonial rule.
Several African countries are independent only on paper but never in reality. In both political and economic terms, several countries in Africa remain under the imperial reign of countries like France, Britain, Italy, and the US and so on.
African nationalists who have stood up to challenge the situation have been murdered by these wicked countries who usually call themselves the International Community.
Those of us who are not afraid of death, because we realized that it is the necessary end for all men, must continue to restate the obvious.
All the useless western countries must get out of Africa, and this dream will come true one day whether anyone likes it or not.
Ivory Coast, Libya, Nigeria, Cameroon, Burkina Faso and the rest countries in Africa will exist beyond Obama, Cameron, and even the war criminal Sarkozy.
Ivorians should raise their heads high and tell the world what France is doing in Ivory Coast. Before the latest massacre orchestrated by Sarkozy and Quattara France had its grip on the economic fortunes of Ivory Coast. France steals the economic resources of this country and this is the main reason why Sarkozy cannot let Ivory Coast be.
The war crimes committed by both Sarkozy and Quattara are only partially related to the electoral dispute in Ivory Coast. The point is that Ivory Coast is not yet an independent country. If it was France would have removed all his bases, troops and institutions from Ivory Coast. Again the truth is the French never left.
For several years Nigerians believed that the British influenced the political situation in Nigeria. They still do. It appears that the present ruler in Nigeria tilted more to the US than Britain. Who knows? He is probably not comfortable in being aligned with the imperialists that has always supported everything and anything from the north. Time will tell.
Africa and Africans cannot afford to remain cowards. African countries are still in slavery. The independences have not been won. As a result even China has infiltrated Africa to continue the story of economic slavery. The nightmares of African countries have now been extended.
History books and folklores abound of the deaths of our heroes and nationalists. They kill us and they walk free because a few among us are so stupid and shortsighted they don’t see the need to stop the slavery and foolery that our great-grand parents fell for.
I know that one day, in my life time, or long when I’m gone through whatever means, a generation will rise up to re-establish the sovereignty of the African nations or countries. We can definitely not continue this way.
Our nationalists are not perfect people and they do make mistakes like Gbagbo for example. But to replace them with murderers/ puppets like Quattara is a negation of the struggles of our heroes past and present.
The dictators in Africa and other parts of the world that continue to follow or listen to the imperialists are enjoying their evil reigns while those who tried to break free are removed by force.
When MKO Abiola won elections in Nigeria in 1993 he was denied his mandate and no one came to his rescue because he made demands that the International community must pay for slavery and misrule. He died in a Nigerian prison under the watch of Americans sent by Bill Clinton.
Those who want Africa to be free are murdered on African soil by the imperialists and their agents. Some of us will be targeted far from our motherland. Death is the end of all men but slavery is a crime against humanity.
Africans must fight this last war, the one that will use FORCE to send all the colonialists and imperialist packing out of Africa.
If I was an African leader today, I would sponsor everything within my power including diplomacy and force to send French packing out of Ivory Coast. We can start from there and start to solve our problems by ourselves. We are not fools. We have only been set-up against one another by these external forces with bases on our soil.
Ivory Coast needs to be granted independence and we can start by ordering Sarkozy and France out of Africa.