Am sorry but we African men we need t...

Am sorry but we African men we need to do better to stop this warlords.

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Coolmandingo82

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#1 Mar 7, 2012
Yes am Nigerian. Yes am calling out all us African macho men who want to talk about African women this,black women that.

African men we need to stop taking this blood money to shut up against this warlords. Man up stop being cowards. AND DEFEND OUR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

If thus happened in USA,Europe,Asian atleast some of their men if not most would fight and kill this warlords. My goodness we out number them 10000 to 1. Why can't like honest African men just have a night watch and defend women and children my god. Where is our pride, we have to wait for white countries to come save us.

Ok USA and England go arrest kony. Then what 5 new crazy warlords will take him place in 3 weeks. We have to show this Taylor's of Liberia ,kony warlords. That if you do any thing crazy, its your head on a table.

The problem with Africa is that,yes their are good men who want to stop this maddness. But alot if the governments are weak their basically just crooks stealing their people oil money and pocketing billions a month. They don't care about women,and children dying their making billions.

We need leadership that cares about its people. We need men in power to stop caring about $$$$$,and care about women and children ROUND UP THIS COWARDS AND HANG THEM LIKE RATS.

RAnt OVER

Jahx
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#2 Mar 7, 2012
You just said: We need Socialism and Islam.

“Fooyre na fooDa Demngal saa e ”

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#3 Mar 7, 2012
Coolmandingo82 wrote:
Yes am Nigerian. Yes am calling out all us African macho men who want to talk about African women this,black women that.
African men we need to stop taking this blood money to shut up against this warlords. Man up stop being cowards. AND DEFEND OUR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
If thus happened in USA,Europe,Asian atleast some of their men if not most would fight and kill this warlords. My goodness we out number them 10000 to 1. Why can't like honest African men just have a night watch and defend women and children my god. Where is our pride, we have to wait for white countries to come save us.
Ok USA and England go arrest kony. Then what 5 new crazy warlords will take him place in 3 weeks. We have to show this Taylor's of Liberia ,kony warlords. That if you do any thing crazy, its your head on a table.
The problem with Africa is that,yes their are good men who want to stop this maddness. But alot if the governments are weak their basically just crooks stealing their people oil money and pocketing billions a month. They don't care about women,and children dying their making billions.
We need leadership that cares about its people. We need men in power to stop caring about $$$$$,and care about women and children ROUND UP THIS COWARDS AND HANG THEM LIKE RATS.
RAnt OVER
*claps*

thank you
Coolmandingo82

United States

#4 Mar 7, 2012
drugsaredumb wrote:
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*claps*
thank you
Your welcome. I know am not the only African man thinking it, so I had to write it. Am tired of this cowards kidnapping towns over blood money.
Coolmandingo82

United States

#5 Mar 7, 2012
Jahx wrote:
You just said: We need Socialism and Islam.
You don't understand how Africa crook run countries work do you. Its not legit business. PRESIDENTS OF COUNTRIES STEAL PUBLIC MONEY AND POCKET IT INTO PRIVATE ACCOUTS IN SWEDEN AND OTHER ISLANDS.
Am pro capitalism. And I don't want struck Islamic law either.

But my goodness if you can protect your wives,children and have night watches. Then I don't know might be time to turn in your man cards.
TrUth

United States

#6 Mar 7, 2012
My country is far from perfect and is behide many other african nations when it comes to development but one thing I love and respect about us and our culture is we have no warlords , mass rapes , killing of albinos for no reason and islamic terroist running around like arabs this is crazy sad and I cant believe what theses citizens have to go threw I blame the government and some culture practice for not stepping up ..I just wish as for my nation and the other 53 african nations heres an end to corruptions we have lawsv serious laws just like the west but just dont follow the rule of law
Coolmandingo82

United States

#7 Mar 7, 2012
Am just glad am the first they made this type of thread. Lord knows of some Asian,or white guy made it. It would make us African men look 1 trillion times worse.
Alkebulan Knight XII

Jacksonville, FL

#8 Mar 7, 2012
Coolmandingo82 wrote:
Yes am Nigerian. Yes am calling out all us African macho men who want to talk about African women this,black women that.
African men we need to stop taking this blood money to shut up against this warlords. Man up stop being cowards. AND DEFEND OUR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
If thus happened in USA,Europe,Asian atleast some of their men if not most would fight and kill this warlords. My goodness we out number them 10000 to 1. Why can't like honest African men just have a night watch and defend women and children my god. Where is our pride, we have to wait for white countries to come save us.
Ok USA and England go arrest kony. Then what 5 new crazy warlords will take him place in 3 weeks. We have to show this Taylor's of Liberia ,kony warlords. That if you do any thing crazy, its your head on a table.
The problem with Africa is that,yes their are good men who want to stop this maddness. But alot if the governments are weak their basically just crooks stealing their people oil money and pocketing billions a month. They don't care about women,and children dying their making billions.
We need leadership that cares about its people. We need men in power to stop caring about $$$$$,and care about women and children ROUND UP THIS COWARDS AND HANG THEM LIKE RATS.
RAnt OVER
I agree, bro.

Jahx
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#9 Mar 8, 2012
Coolmandingo82 wrote:
Where is our pride, we have to wait for white countries to come save us.
Ok USA and England go arrest kony. Then what 5 new crazy warlords will take him place in 3 weeks. We have to show this Taylor's of Liberia ,kony warlords.
I do not know, nor care to know, in what world do you think you lives.

When the Western countries were in Africa to do anything good?

When they overthrew Lumumba and installed Mobutu in its place?

When they funded and gave an atomic bomb to the Apartheid regime?

When they deposed Gbagbo to install, through debt, the puppet Outarrah?

When they launch nuclear waste off the coast of Somalia?

When they throw tons of subsidized food to African farmers can not sell their products and make a living?

When they make attachments to Zimbabwe by giving the people the lands which were formerly white settlers?

I'm wondering ...
Coolmandingo82

Baltimore, MD

#10 Mar 8, 2012
Be quiet yes white folks have done alot of bad stuff to Africa. But now we African are over shadowing that,doing bad stuff to each other. To our now people. Africans are very good people,we just need to set up real police,real laws and do a better job at running our countries. Same thing with Haiti can't keep blaming the white man. After they have been gone over 60 years now.

“Fooyre na fooDa Demngal saa e ”

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#11 Mar 8, 2012
Coolmandingo82 wrote:
Be quiet yes white folks have done alot of bad stuff to Africa. But now we African are over shadowing that,doing bad stuff to each other. To our now people. Africans are very good people,we just need to set up real police,real laws and do a better job at running our countries. Same thing with Haiti can't keep blaming the white man. After they have been gone over 60 years now.
i agree

“You can't handle the truth.”

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#12 Mar 8, 2012
All of the war and misery Africa is facing now is payback and karma for selling away black Americans. Now look how we are living compared to you. How quickly the tables turn...

“Fooyre na fooDa Demngal saa e ”

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#14 Mar 8, 2012
BLACK AMERICAN PRINCE wrote:
All of the war and misery Africa is facing now is payback and karma for selling away black Americans. Now look how we are living compared to you. How quickly the tables turn...
what ever makes you sleep at night
Coolmandingo82

Baltimore, MD

#15 Mar 8, 2012
BLACK AMERICAN PRINCE wrote:
All of the war and misery Africa is facing now is payback and karma for selling away black Americans. Now look how we are living compared to you. How quickly the tables turn...
Oh shut up. Trust me what happens in Africa affect the while world.
Coolmandingo82

Baltimore, MD

#16 Mar 8, 2012
*whole world

Africa is a very beautiful place. Has beaches that would make Hawaiians jealous. Beautiful mountains and valleys,and cities. We just need hood ,honesty people running the countries.

Jahx
Level 8

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#17 Mar 8, 2012
Coolmandingo82 wrote:
Same thing with Haiti can't keep blaming the white man. After they have been gone over 60 years now.
Gone? Which race belongs the UN soldiers that terrorize Hatian population.

Do you know why Haiti's army was dismantle? It was to aviod Haiti
of self-protection.

Are they gone? Who owns the land that Hatians grew food for feed the population, and are now privatized to grow oranges for the liqueur Cointreau?

Wikileaks: U.S. pushed to lower minimum wage

They controll Hatian economy, occupy that place by UN backing
and they are free?

Jahx
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#18 Mar 8, 2012
Though the demand by Haiti for reparations from France is just, it obscures the role the United States played in the process to impoverish Haiti – a role that continues to this day.

Today, Haiti is a severely indebted country whose debt-to-export ratio is nearly 300 percent, far above what is considered sustainable, even by the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. Both institutions are dominated by the U.S.

In 1980, Haiti’s debt was $302 million. Since then, it has more than tripled to $1.1 billion, approximately 40 percent of the gross national product. Last year, Haiti paid more in debt service than it did on medical services for the people.

Haitian officials say nearly 80 percent of the current debt was accumulated by the regimes of Francois and Jean-Claude Duvalier, Doc and Baby Doc. Both regimes operated under the benign gaze of the United States, which has had a long and sordid history of keeping Haiti well within its sphere of economic and political influence.

Jahx
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#19 Mar 8, 2012
It is now well known that the primary source of Haiti’s chronic impoverishment is the reparations it was forced to pay to the former plantation owners who left following the 1804 revolution. Some of the White descendants of the former plantation owners, who now live New Orleans, still have the indemnity coupons issued by France. So, in fact, at least part of the reparations paid by Haiti went toward the development of the United States.

In 1825, Haiti was forced to borrow 24 million francs from private French banks to begin paying off the crippling indemnity debt. Haiti only acknowledged this debt in exchange for French recognition of her independence, a principle that would continue to characterize Haiti’s international relationships.

These indemnity payments caused continual financial emergencies and political upheavals. In a 51-year period, Haiti had 16 different presidents; each new president often came to power at the head of a rebel army.

Nevertheless, Haiti always made the indemnity payments, and following those, the bank loan payments – on time. The 1915 intervention in Haiti by the Marines on behalf of U.S. financial interests changed all of that, however.

For the next 19 years, the U.S. Marine Corps wielded supreme authority throughout Haiti, often dispensing medicines and food as mild forms of pacification. Within several years however, charges of massacres of Haitian peasants were made against the military, as Haitians revolted against the road-building programs that required forced labor.

Jahx
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#20 Mar 8, 2012
In one such incident at Fort Reviere, the Marines killed 51 Haitians without sustaining any casualties themselves. Assistant Secretary of the Navy Franklin D. Roosevelt awarded Major Smedley D. Butler the Congressional Medal of Honor; not unlike the awarding of Medals of Honor to the "heroes" of the massacre at Wounded Knee, in which hundreds of Sioux Native American/Indians were slaughtered in 1890.

Reports of U.S. military abuses against the Haitians became so widespread that NAACP official James Weldon Johnson headed a delegation to investigate the charges, which they deemed to be true.

While the U.S. Occupation was not without some successes – the healthcare system was improved and the currency was stabilized – it was in other economic spheres, however, where the most damage was done. For the entire 19-year duration of the intervention, maximum attention was given to paying off Haiti’s U.S. creditors, with little to no attention given to developing the economy.

In 1922, former Marine Brigade Commander John Russell was named High commissioner of Haiti, a post he held until the final days of the Occupation. Under Russell’s influence, all political dissent was stifled, and revenue from the custom houses was turned over to Haiti’s U.S. bond creditors, often months ahead of schedule, who had assumed loans originally extended to Haiti to pay the French plantation owners reparations!

Jahx
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#21 Mar 8, 2012
By 1929, however, with the Western world’s economic depression and the lowering of living standards throughout Haiti, serious student strikes and worker revolts combined with Wall Street’s inability to lure serious business investors there, Washington decided it was time to end the military occupation. When then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt visited Haiti in 1934 to announce the pullout, he was the first head of a foreign nation in Haiti’s history to visit.

Despite the American military pullout, U.S. financial administrators continued to dominate the Haitian economy until the final debt on the earlier loans was retired in 1947.

Soon after the U.S. withdrew from Haiti, a Black-consciousness movement, of sorts, took hold that was the precursor of the "negritude" movement popularized by Aimee Cesaire and Leopold Senghor. Francois Duvalier, an early believer in "negritude," came to power in the late 1950s, popularizing ideas that resonated with a population that had withstood a White foreign occupation for many years.

By the time Duvalier grabbed the presidency of the world’s first Black republic established by formerly enslaved peoples, Haiti had experienced more than 150 years of chronic impoverishment and discriminatory lending policies by the world’s leading financial institutions and powers. The economic forecast for Haiti has not improved, even with the democratic election of Jean Bertrand Aristide, since he has been consistently demonized in the U.S. and world press.

It is now time to do the obvious: Accede to Haiti’s demands for reparations and cancel her debt.

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