Two months ago, after I’ve released the article depicting how “14 African Countries are Forced by France to Pay Colonial Tax For the Benefits of Slavery and Colonization“, I’ve received an overwhelming support from all over the world, beyond my wildest expectations.
The article is now translated in 8 languages. I’ve received a book writing proposal from Malaysia, a documentary production proposal from Canada, several invitations to talk at universities in USA, and few people sent in more underground piece of information. Few high level officials in Africa wanted to learn more about the French scheme, and I have been busy providing public resources and non-public information.
From the thousands of conversations generated by the article online and offline, the comment below seem to the toughest I have read so far about Francophone Africa.
“The problem of course is not France.
Its OK to feel sorry for a slave who against his or her will is compelled into slavery by force of arms
However, I don’t know why anyone should feel sorry for those who seem to enjoy slavery or for slaves who don’t want their freedom. It may be harsh to say, but when you willingly (and the operative word here is willingly )accept to be a slave, you give up your right to be called human. I don’t feel sorry for the “Francophones”. They are proud of their slavery.
As far as I’m concerned if a person has it within their power to fight for their freedom , if a person refuses to walk out of a prison even when the door is open, then that person deserves to be wiped off the face of the earth. Thus the Francophone countries who willingly maintain themselves in a state of slavery should PERISH”
Then a friend followed up:
“The comment sounds very harsh but let us be honest here…it is the truth! People love to sing along Bob Marley’s “Redemption song” but do they actually understand when he sings “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; None but ourselves can free our minds.” ? Of course France is taking advantage of the sleeping Africans. Why wouldn’t they? The war on Africa has been going on for centuries and you mean to tell me that Francophone Africans till to this day didn’t get the memo?? How can Africa free these French enslaved countries when they didn’t reach the level of wanting to break the chains yet? It makes it very hard for all of us…”
Shall we let the Francophone Africa perish?