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Sudan, France, Niger, Israel, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Mali, The Entire World Is One Spaghetti Angel Hair Away From Anarchy!

Sudan's raging war is what many world governments are doing to their own citizens

By IwriteMywrongsPublished 9 months ago 5 min read
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Sunday, 30 July 2023

By: TB Obwoge

The war in Sudan as of 15 April 2023, for the second time. Western societies look down on those "Black Africans" as being unable to govern themselves Hell, even Black Africans have commented that they're unable to govern themselves. While others blame the hand of the wicket west, which has no doubt played a horrific part in the brutality of Africa and Africans.

With one goal in mind, controlling not only the population but the most mineral rich continent on the face of this earth. Everyone wants control, China and Russia are being looked at as if they're kind, loving and accepting country's that want nothing but the world for Black Africans.

These governments speak in terms of development, blah, blah, blah, as if they too don't want the riches that lay just underneath the soil of Africa. Just below the feet of 1.4 billion humans, not like their countries have been so racially accepting to Black skinned people.

With propaganda more Black Africans are being shown signs, videos of inclusive behavior with the Chinese in China.

Lack of Democracy, Transparency or Will of The People For The People:

France, United States, Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Chad, Equatorial New Guinea, Israel, China, Russia, Cameroon, the list can go on. Issues not only revolving around dictatorships but gerontocracy. Some of the oldest political leaders in the world are elected officials in the United States of America.

With Joe Biden wishing to take on a second term in office to try and become the oldest president in American history. We've all by now witnessed what happened to Mitch McConnell freeze video.

Israel - Currently Israel is now making a move in the fight for Africa and African countries. As well as infuriating Israeli's.

The struggle over the Supreme Court has also become a proxy for deeper rifts in Israeli society. The protests have pitted liberal, secular Israelis—who view the court as a guarantor of human rights—against the ultra-Orthodox and religious and political conservatives who deem the court an obstacle to their policy goals.

Source: The Washington Post

For seven straight months, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Israel in the most sustained and intense demonstrations the country has ever seen.

The protesters are part of a grassroots movement that rose out of opposition to a contentious judicial overhaul spearheaded by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

The proposals include a bill that would allow a simple majority in parliament to overturn Supreme Court decisions. Another would give parliament the final say in selecting judges.

Mr Netanyahu's ultranationalist and ultra-Orthodox religious allies say the package is meant to restore power to elected officials — and reduce the powers of unelected judges.

Protesters, who make up a wide cross section of Israeli society, fear the overhaul will push Israel toward autocracy. They say it is a power grab fueled by various personal and political grievances by Netanyahu, who is on trial for corruption charges (he denies all charges), and his allies.

Source: Independant.UK

France - Police Shooting, Retirement age and West Africa influence

Explained | Why were there riots in France?

The story so far: On June 27, Nahel Merzouk, a 17-year-old unarmed French citizen of Algerian and Moroccan descent, was fatally shot by police after being stopped for a traffic violation in Nanterre, a western suburb of Paris. While initially the police justified the shooting, citing safety concerns, conflicting accounts emerged.

A Twitter video shows the officers pointing a gun at the stopped car, which then sped away before crashing. On June 28, a peaceful “White March’’ protest took place in Nahel’s hometown of Nanterre, but tensions escalated as demonstrations spread to other cities. France witnessed violence across the country despite authorities detaining the police officer on charges of voluntary homicide.

Source: The Hindu

Protests in France as unions make last-ditch bid to resist higher retirement age. Workers returned to the streets in Paris as they sought to reignite resistance to the pension reform that raises the retirement age from 62 to 64.

Source: AP News

Protests in Mali & Burkina Faso, involved the removal of the influence of France, as well as the United Nations peace keeping troops. Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger are all dealing with extreme acts of terrorism.

These terror groups are receiving financial funding from some source, unknown to many, West Africans are blaming France and other western powers. This isn't too far fetched of an idea. The UN then goes into these countries to count human rights violations made by the leaders of these countries.

Instead of caring about the fact that terrorists have been plaguing these countries for 7-8 years. They're just concerned about issuing human rights violations against these transitional presidents. When they've ignored Western countries human rights violations.

Uganda News Paper President of Uganda and his son are accused of human rights violations

African countries, Cameroon (Cameroun) , Chad (TChad), Senegal, Sudan, Algeria, Uganda and Equatorial Guinea. These are countries dealing with political issues, just to name a few.

Cameroonian President Paul Biya has been in office for 40-years. Currently there is a small scale civil war happening in Cameroon. The Anglophones are the English speaker who want to break away and create a second country, something like South Cameroon. Which is likened to Sudan and South Sudan.

Ambazonia, also known as "Federal Republic of Ambazonia" or "State of Ambazonia", is a political group held by Anglophone separatists who are seeking independence from Cameroon. The separatists claim that Ambazonia should consist of the Northwest Region and Southwest Region of Cameroon. Anglophone simply means English speaking, in Cameroon English and French (Francophone) are both the official languages of Cameroon.

Equatorial Guinea’s President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who holds the world record for time in power for a living head of state excluding monarchs, is sworn in for a sixth, seven-year term. He's also worth a whopping $600 million USD.


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Myanmar’s Troubled History: Coups, Military Rule, and Ethnic Conflict

The 2021 coup returned Myanmar to military rule and shattered hopes for democratic progress in a Southeast Asian country beset by decades of conflict and repressive regimes.

Throughout its decades of independence, Myanmar has struggled with military rule, civil war, poor governance, and widespread poverty. A military coup in February 2021 dashed hopes for democratic reforms in the Southeast Asian nation.

Myanmar has now entered a violent new chapter. The military, known as the Tatmadaw, faces widespread, fierce opposition from ethnic armed organizations it was fighting even before the coup and ordinary citizens who organized militias. Vowing to resist the military junta, former lawmakers and activists formed a shadow government and mobilized fighting forces across the country. The military has responded with a brutal crackdown on opposition forces and protesters. But it still has not been able to consolidate control over large areas of the country, and experts warn that violence is all but certain to escalate in 2022.

Source: CFG.Org

I could write for days but this has gotten too depressing, my apologize.

Thank you for reading 🙏🏽 Please consider buying a coffee for Lacey's House efforts in Gender Equality & Children's Rights as it tries to move international.

©️TB Obwoge 2023 All Rights Reserved


About the Creator


I'm the president of a nonprofit. I've lived in 3 countries, I love to travel, take photos and help children and women around the world! One day I pray an end to Child Marriages, Rape and a start to equal Education for ALL children 🙏🏽

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