DR Congo Presidential Elections

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by xtyrt5 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:17 am

“Two African presidents have congratulated Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi for winning last month's presidential poll…Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa both sent their congratulations.”

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by kasamu » Thu Jan 24, 2019 8:10 am

United States government has officially recognised Tshisekedi as the duly elected president of DRC. The US government must be congratulated for making this move. This action by the US and other countries that have recognised the winner of the election as announced by the Congolese electoral commission, and affirmed by the constitutional court, has prevented what would have followed if they had opposed the results - deaths of very many Congolese.

This US decision must have come as a shocker to the moneyed West-based busy-bodies who treat Africans like savages who must be guided by the West-based organisations about how their countries should be run.

These racist NGOs pretend to be friends of Africa, while the opposite is true.

If the West would reign-in these Western-funded NGOs(eg HRW), then there would be peace in the DRC, South Sudan, Somalia and other African countries experiencing artificially-created political instability. This would a big win for Africa, and the West too - because there would be no more illegal immigrants/refugees flooding the West.

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by etoile8 » Thu Feb 14, 2019 3:31 am

Why should anyone be bothered about what (((Westerners))) write on Twitter and other social media about Africa? This is why:

1. (((These))) people are considered to be experts about Africa, and

2. Their opinion is taken as fact by major international (((media))) companies, and

3. These international media companies influence Western policy towards Africa.

Therefore, when (((these))) self-appointed experts on Africa are clearly biased and have sinister agenda towards African countries, (((their))) self-serving agenda eventually becomes official policy of the Western governments towards African countries, thus destabilizing the latter.

It is also important to note that it is impossible for (((them))) to like any patriotic African politician/leader, because their ideal African ‘statesman’ is Mobutu Sese Seko Kuku Ngbendu Wa ZaBanga.

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by xili » Mon Apr 29, 2019 7:35 am

Interesting Fact About Democratic Republic of the Congo: The country has more airports than Algeria (largest country in Africa), Egypt, Kenya & Nigeria (most populous country in Africa) COMBINED!
Aviation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by kito » Mon Nov 16, 2020 8:06 am

Something very strange I have noticed regarding the government of The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) vis-à-vis the Global DEEP STATE:

Members of the DEEP STATE - eg Herman J. Cohen - regularly praise President Félix Tshisekedi, and at the same time talk bitterly about his predecessor Joseph Kabila.

NOTE: An African leader being praised by the deep state is not a good thing. It is actually a sign of very bad things to come. When they started praising current Ethiopian PM, and even had him “win” Nobel Peace Prize, I knew Ethiopia was in trouble.

The Deep State praising DRC President Tshisekedi can be translated thus: “We already have a spy high up in your administration. Our spy will help us conquer your country. If your country is destroyed in the process, so be it.”

You will not find the Deep State praising Kenya President, because their spies in Kenya were not able to penetrate beyond the Deputy President before they were outed.

So, who is the Deep State spy in DRC government? It could be a senior government official. It could even be a gardener or cook in State House…

All people who have access to the President need to be vetted.

If the Deep State spy is not among the above groups of people, then it is very likely that it is a honeytrap embedded into a senior government official eg a Cabined member, senior security official etc.

If at some time in the future, the Deep State members start claiming that President Tshisekedi is driving Congo backwards, or is “corrupt”, or is a “dictator”…it will mean that the Deep State no longer have a spy in upper echelons of DRC government.


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