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April 2, 2017
March 14, 2017
Our crew traveled to remote Liberia to discover ‘Monkey Island,’ an area inhabited solely by former lab tested chimpanzees who survived disease and two civil wars. We go to the island, interview the locals and meet the scientists involved in the testing facility 25 years ago.
February 1, 2017
In a recent attack, some 90 Muslims stormed a Christian church in eastern Uganda, beating and tying up the men present before raping 15 of the Christian women.
The assault was reportedly a “revenge attack” against the pastor of the Katira church for allegedly converting Muslims to Christianity. Along with the violence perpetrated against the congregation, the mob also carried off the pastor, the Rev. Moses Mutasa, and severely damaged the church property.
According to a member of the congregation who escaped from the church, one of the attackers shouted, “Away with the pastor who is converting our Muslims to Christianity.” After the attack, church members also found leaflets accusing the pastor of converting Muslims and threatening more attacks.
The event occurred on the evening of January 15, but has just now come to the attention of international media. Now, two weeks after the attack, the church’s pastor is still missing, along with eight other Christians from his congregation who were kidnapped with him.
“We do not know what has happened to our pastor, Moses Mutasa. He might have been killed or has been kept hostage,” said the Rev. Musa Mukenye, who oversees several churches in the area.
When the mob attacked, there were some 50 men and 30 women in the church for a prayer meeting. The assailants locked the church doors before proceeding to beat the men and rape the women, who were later treated at a clinic in Katira.
January 20, 2017
German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Müller is calling for Germany and other European Union (EU) members to send money to Africa to create jobs which he claims will prevent mass migration.
Likening the idea to the Marshall plan which saw the United States pour money into post-war Germany to rebuild its tattered economy and infrastructure, Mr. Müller said that the development of Africa is in the interest of both Germany and Europe.
“We need a new future treaty for Europe with Africa,” he said and added, “If we do not solve the problems together, they will come to us at some point,” FOCUS Online reports.
The Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) politician spoke of the plan at a presentation for the German Federal parliament, the Bundestag. Along with experts from both Germany and Africa in the fields of business, science, politics, and religion, he said the main focus would be on job creation through European investment into economic development and free trade.
“Africa needs to do more,” he said noting various countries on the continent have not managed to combat the large-scale corruption that hurts economic growth, along with suffering a deficit of democracy and the rule of law.
Günter Nooke, Africa Commissioner of the German Federal Government, supports the plan and said it was imperative that “everyone understands the importance of the continent”.
December 6, 2016
The battered building with the flag and Obama picture was a fake — ran by Ghanaian and Turkish organized crime rings and a Ghanaian lawyer practicing immigration and criminal law, the State Department said in a statement.
For a decade, an American flag flew outside a battered pink building in Ghana’s capital city, welcoming out-of-town visitors who, once inside, found a photo of President Obama hanging on the wall. Signs confirmed to travelers — who had been bused in from the most remote parts of West Africa — that they had arrived at the U.S. Embassy in Accra.
The “consular officers” working there were not Americans, but they spoke English and Dutch and issued official-looking visas and identification papers. They charged their customers $6,000.
Billboards and fliers advertised the official services.
But there was nothing official about them. The real U.S. Embassy in Accra is white, not pink, and it sits on a large piece of land inside security fences in one of the city’s wealthiest neighborhoods.
October 23, 2016
Hillary Clinton solicited a $12 million donation from a government that her State Department considered corrupt, then realized the “mess” it would cause in her presidential run, a newly leaked email reveals.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco agreed to give the money to the Clinton Foundation, provided that it held a convention in his country in May 2015 with Clinton as the keynote speaker.
But Clinton realized that the conference, slated for a month after she announced her run for president, would hurt her candidacy.
“No matter what happens, she will be in Morocco hosting CGI [Clinton Global Initiative] on May 5-7, 2015. Her presence was a condition for the Moroccans to proceed so there is no going back on this,” top Clinton aide Huma Abedin wrote to campaign manager Robby Mook in a November 2014 email revealed by WikiLeaks.
In another email, Abedin warned that if Clinton didn’t attend, the $12 million would be off the table.
“Just to give you some context, the condition upon which the Moroccans agreed to host the meeting was her participation. If hrc was not part if it, meeting was a non-starter,” Abedin wrote in a January 2015 email to Mook and campaign manager John Podesta.
October 13, 2016
“Zuma told the court that in adhering to Zulu cultural norms, he had been obliged to have sexual intercourse with the complainant because she was sexually aroused. Had he walked away from the complainant when she was in this state, Zuma said, in Zulu culture his actions would have been tantamount to rape.”
It’s another day in the triumphant nation left behind by the “great moral cause” of Nelson Mandela. Mandela was a pal of Jacob Zuma’s and assisted him in 2005 around the same time with a large check. But the “heroes” of the Communist Party/African National Congress have to stick together. Especially when they kill, burn, loot, steal and rape.
Meet Zuma. You’ve seen all the hagiography of Mandela. This is the reality of what stood behind him. This is what those campaigning for him left behind.
She was only 10 when her father, Judson Kuzwayo, ANC stalwart and a man who had spent 10 years as a Robben Island prisoner alongside his friend and comrade, now President Jacob Zuma, died in 1985 in a car crash. In 2005 Fezeka Ntsukela Kuzwayo became known as Khwezi, forced to conceal her identity to avoid a witch hunt by supporters of Jacob Zuma whom she had alleged had raped her. After Zuma’s acquittal Fezeka again fled into exile when she and her mother were attacked and vilified. On Saturday Fezeka died in Durban, just as she was getting her life together.
July 11, 2016
Kenyan officials are not the only world leaders looking to the Jewish state as an example. In February, when presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump declared that he would build a wall along the US-Mexico border, he told reporters, “You could ask Israel about walls that work.”
Israel will lend its counter-terrorism expertise to Kenya by helping the African country build a security wall along its border with Somalia, the UK’s The Times reported on Thursday.
Nairobi is seeking assistance from the Jewish state to construct a 440-mile barricade to prevent Somali terrorists from infiltrating the country. Israel itself is in the process of building a security fence along its southern border with Jordan — expanding the fence located alongside the Sinai peninsula — and has plans to build a massive concrete wall that extends underground, to prevent terrorists from the Gaza Strip from infiltrating the country through tunnels.
The news comes amid Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s diplomatic flurry in Africa this week, which included a stop in Kenya on Tuesday.
Following a meeting with Netanyahu, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta stated, “Kenya and Israel, just like other nations in the world, are facing the challenges of terrorism and today was a great opportunity to discuss ways of dealing with the issues.”
Both leaders agreed to strengthen their intelligence cooperation, with Israel offering to share tactics it has developed to detect terror attacks in the early stages of their planning.
April 14, 2016
Meanwhile, the population explodes — mothers in Niger average seven children — as parents continue to have lots of kids for social security.
It’s Monday and that means it’s moving day in Agadez, the northern Niger desert crossroad that is the main launching pad for migrants out of West Africa. Fleeing devastated agriculture, overpopulation and unemployment, migrants from a dozen countries gather here in caravans every Monday night and make a mad dash through the Sahara to Libya, hoping to eventually hop across the Mediterranean to Europe.
This caravan’s assembly is quite a scene to witness. Although it is evening, it’s still 105 degrees, and there is little more than a crescent moon to illuminate the night. Then, all of a sudden, the desert comes alive.
Using the WhatsApp messaging service on their cellphones, the local smugglers, who are tied in with networks of traffickers extending across West Africa, start coordinating the surreptitious loading of migrants from safe houses and basements across the city. They’ve been gathering all week from Senegal, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Chad, Guinea, Cameroon, Mali and other towns in Niger.
With 15 to 20 men — no women — crammed together into the back of each Toyota pickup, their arms and legs spilling over the sides, the vehicles pop out of alleyways and follow scout cars that have zoomed ahead to make sure there are no pesky police officers or border guards lurking who have not been paid off.
February 26, 2016
Marisa Martin documents absurd logic of activists.
South Africa once again inspires the leftists of the world – this time by sacrificing art. Act #2758 of the Race Revolution That Wouldn’t Die was birthed before a statue of Cecil Rhodes at the University of Cape Town. Students (and random deadbeats) demanded the icon of white South African culture be removed from their sight post-haste in March 2015.
To their disappointment, the school quickly complied and hauled it away, hoping to get back to education. Where’s the fun in that? Hardly worth having a protest, especially since they already had that great little hashtag, “#Rhodes Must Fall.”
Admittedly Rhodes brought a great deal of grief to many in the continent and was a bigoted, greedy, ultra-British imperialist and colossal land-grabber. However, the man bequeathed his enormous legacy for public works in Africa rather than Britain, and the original campus buildings are built on his estate.
But this isn’t about Rhodes, it’s about his color. “The ‘the fall of Rhodes’ is symbolic for the inevitable fall of white supremacy and privilege at our campus,” the group gravely insist. And “de-colonization.” It’s on their website, so it must be true. Since the African National Congress Party has ruled South Africa with an iron grip since 1994, they must be the “colonists” referred to.
To prove how much they are not motivated by racism, #Rhodes Must Fall protesters temporarily banned Caucasians from both the dining hall and the cafeteria. Some white students joined the movement also, perhaps ones who don’t care to eat.