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The Malians are waking up to the heartless and deceptive exploitation of their natural resources by their French colonial masters and will sooner rather than later put a stop to this decadency of mental slavery as
Arac Remes Pacobii
would often describe the system with its connivers being the worst unconscionable house-slaves.
Like I once mentioned, all those French troops in Mali and other Francophone countries are not there to protect the inhabitants from “rogue rebels”- Jihadists or whatever-as they would want us to believe, but to only protect their Neo-colonial investments in the countries’ mineral mines, gas and oil fields.
They are in fact the very ones who arm the “rogue rebels” and making sure that they are never defeated to justify their presence.
Unfortunately they have bottomless reservoir of Judases created in our midst as presidents, ministers, ambassadors and all whatnot to help facilitate their monstrous activities.
These indoctrinated bastards have to be identified and denounced to get them out of the way of the liberators.
Stopping the African exploitation will finally bring to the continent the elusive salvation we have been struggling for for centuries.
Colonel Malik Diao
Mali’s military coup leader is thirty years old but revived an entire nation hit the wall all the AU regulations.
His first statement after the success of the coup and the overthrow of Abu Bakr Kita:
1-The riches of gold, gas, oil and uranium that France was stealing today belong to the financial people, knowing that Mali is the largest gold and uranium producing country in Africa, and France fully controls the wealth of this poor country The helpless.,, France, which has one mine to extract gold, has an estimated gold reserve: 2436 tons, worth $ 112 billion, fifth globally after USA, Germany, IMF then Italy
While the state of Mali with 863 mines, extracts over 52 tons per year and has no spare!!!!
* The second steps taken by nationalizing the wealth and money of corrupt thieves and rulers of Mali