Politics in America

Donald Trump: Would he survive to be America’s next president after sex allegations scandals?

The mouth that said ” ‘Hosannah! Hosannah!! Hosannah!!! Here comes Christ, the Redeemer, was the same mouth that said, crucify Him! He is a traitor.”

That’s the same scene in politics every day, every time, without a change. In politics, a good person can bear false witness against you because he or she doesn’t want you to win.

In politics, you can have a lot of enemies even though you haven’t hurt them in any way but just because they don’t like you.

The world used to be interested in America’s politics, as a great nation in many things, including evil, but the past and present ugly scenes in America’s politics, have made many people worldwide lose interest.

Since Donald Trump won the Nevada Republican caucuses by a huge margin, chalking up his third straight triumph in the party’s presidential nominating process and building momentum ahead of a critical multi-state, many are upset and wish to cause his downfall.

After insults, funny cartoons, dirty images, stupid jokes, etc, the Republican nominee now faces many accusations of sex scandals, something that no one is expecting to hear.

The question is: Why do women with bitter experiences involving sexual harassment, always wait till when someone is shining in his endeavors before they come forward to blow their horns?

I am neither defending Trump nor calling any woman a liar but the simple question is: Why now ladies?  So do we have to believe you or Trump?

In America’s political history, there is no leader who was or is a saint. Many did horrible things or lied in the name of democracy but now Americans citizens and the media are those that are now creating a different political scene in America.

I am not interested in America’s politics but frankly speaking, if I were to be an American, I will never waste my vote on the wife of Bill Clinton.


Aids and Ebola are medical crimes

Africans leaders have no solutions to Africans problems so they still remain slaves to Europe and America. The reason they can’t confront Europe and America about Aids and Ebola medical crimes but that is ignorance and stupidity

Africans must boycott elections until the leaders speak the truth over Aids and Ebola medical crimes because the two diseases are bio-weapons against Africa

The incompetence of many African leaders has caused the downfall of Africa. Years after colonization, African leaders still can’t find the way to lift the continent from poverty and embark on developmental projects.

Even though slavery is long abolished Africans are still slaves to the developed world. They can’t make any good use of their resources. They only sit and watch Europeans, Americans and the Chinese enjoying our resources why they serve them as slaves in their own countries.

Many Africans in the Diaspora are willing to come back but the fear of going bankrupt and face difficulties in a continent corruption exceeds all factors keeps them from an investment.

It’s shocking that African leaders remain silent over medical crimes, such as Aids and Ebola deliberately inflicted on Africans. This is not intelligence at all, it rather shows how weak, powerless and incompetent African leaders are. Do African leaders have any protection for Africans at all?

Power-conscious African leaders solicit for votes with promises and lies, yet they don’t do anything significant for the people that queue long hours in the sun to cast their votes. 

Africans must boycott elections and demand an answer from their leaders over Aids and Ebola medical crimes in the continent by Europe and America.

Aids and Ebola are medical crimes used as bio-weapons to depopulate Africa. The African continent needs justice for those responsible for the medical crimes. 

Until the true origins of aids and Ebola are revealed and until African leaders ask Europe and America why they did that to Africa, Africans must boycott elections.

Africa, you’ve got the right to vote or not. Don’t let the threat of these stupid leaders who don’t care about you make you run and stand in the hot sun to vote for them. Boycott elections, Africa boycott elections. 

Yesterday was Aids, today is Ebola, what comes next? Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea boycott elections.


Anthony B: One of the versatile Jamaican musicians known for his quest for justice and equal rights

Anthony B: One of the versatile Jamaican musicians known for his quest for justice and equal rights

Anthony Keith Blair, popularly known as Anthony B, is one of Jamaican globetrotting versatile musicians and member of the Rastafari faith.

Usually on stage in African attire depicting his roots, and a staff in his hand, the energetic- reverb musician’s lyric reflects on poverty, injustice, and crime, giving hope and consolation to the downtrodden masses.

Once in Antwerp, Belgium, after entertaining the massive spectators at the venue ‘Petrol,’ I took the opportunity to talk to Anthony B, about his life and music.

“Poverty, talking about suffering, I don’t even have words to explain it, because this is the way we live. It is part of our lives that we never try to eliminate it. We always have to remember our roots, as Burning Spear said. For me, there is too much suffering in the world. People live rich, while others live in poverty, yet no one cares. This was created by a man, not God. This is what ‘Mr. Heartless’ is about,” says Anthony B.

You were born Anthony Keith Blair. Did changing your name to Anthony B, enhance your success as a musician?

Not really but growing up in music in Jamaica as an artist, you need to find a name for yourself. I’m oriented African with an English name, so I made it Anthony B.

Anthony B speaks about his experience in Gambia

I have been to Senegal and Gambia. First and foremost, the reality as an African, I respect my culture. There was an incidence during my visit to Gambia as my visa expired the same day I was leaving.
I was at the airport when I was told the Gambia police were looking for me to be deported to Jamaica. It was a silly thing to know that you have been to the continent of your origin, but haven’t enough days to see the people. All these problems were created by political leaders.

Anthony B: One of the versatile Jamaican musicians known for his quest for justice and equal rights

Joel Savage speaks to Anthony B

If you want a visa to the Gambia you have to go to England first. They have to remove all these political barriers. I remember a friend from Accra, Ghana, who was deported from Germany to Jamaica because he claimed to be Jamaican.
He doesn’t know anyone in Jamaica. Luckily he had my number. He had to call me to help him because we are all Africans.

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Dutch scientist and micro-surgeon, Johan Van Dongen and Belgium freelance journalist and author, Joel Savage

One summer holiday, together with Professor Johan Van Dongen, we decided to create this blog to bring to the awareness of many people, including Europeans, Americans, and Africans who have no idea that the two connected diseases (Aids and Ebola) were medical crimes used as bio-weapons by America to depopulate Africa.

On this website or blog, you'll get the right information of every hidden fact about Aids, Ebola, Lassa Fever and other diseases which politicians and the mainstream media have hidden from the common man on the street. 

On this blog, you'll discover the true origins of Aids and Ebola to consider yourself as one living in an unpredictable dangerous world and know about the role the World Health Organization, Center For Diseases Control, The Rockefeller Foundation, Bill Gates etc, played or participated in depopulation programs.

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‘Crazy World’ : Lucky Dube’s music is rapidly revealing violence and killings in today’s racially violent world

What Sort Of World Are We Inviting Our Children Into?

“Everywhere in the world, people are fighting for freedom, nobody knows what is right, nobody knows what is wrong. The black man says it’s the white man, the white man says it’s the black man. Indians say it’s the coloreds, coloreds say it’s everyone,” sings South African reggae legend, Lucky Dube, in a racial tension song called ‘War and Crime.’

This is a perfect song that lyrics describe the events of today’s racial chaotic world in Europe and America. The world is increasingly becoming so dangerous that we need to ask ourselves: What sort of world are we inviting our children into? And what sort of future are we building for them in this racially bitter society?

Years after slavery, the relationship between African-Americans and Americans remain very poor. After the 1992 riots in Los Angeles, in regards to Rodney King, many thought things will improve but recent shootings of police officers to death, evidently reveals that there isn’t any imminent peace near between African-Americans and Americans. “How long is this gonna last, cause we’ve come so far so fast,”- asked Lucky Dube, the South African reggae legend.

Lucky Dube continued “I’ m not saying this because I’m a coward, but I’m thinking of the lives that we lose every time we fight. Killing innocent people, women and children yeah,” reflecting on last week’s events of the senseless massacre of innocent people in Nice, France, as a truck plowed through Bastille Day crowd, killing 84 people, including children.

Nice, France, as a truck plowed through Bastille Day crowd, killing 84 people, including children. Two young women laying flowers for the victims.

Children are usually caught up in racially motivated crimes and violence, yet they are not responsible for any of them. But many times influenced by the crimes surrounding them and what they watch on the television, they grow up to be racists and criminals. 

Actually, a child is never born a racist, adults, and harsh environmental experience influenced them.
World leaders, schools, and parents have a huge task  to create a happy and safe environment for our children: “We should bury down apartheid, racism, discrimination and fight down war and crime,” Lucky Dube advised.

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