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Monday, May 30, 2011

Comment: G-8 INVITES THEIR PUPPETS!

Comment: G-8 INVITES THEIR PUPPETS! 

This is plain silly! We all know that these imperialists carefully choose and pick those leaders who tell them what they want to hear. They only add one or two credible leaders among the list of their chosen puppets just not to give the game away! If by this, the NPP is trying to tell Ghanaians that Ethiopia's Meles Zenawi, Abdoulaye Wade of Senegal, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt,  Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria, and ex-President John Agyekum Kufuor of Ghana are to be taken as some of the best Presidents Africa has ever had, they need to think again! From the way imperialism works, the more they praise our leaders, the more we should suspect them as traitors and puppets!

What makes the NPP think that the leaders of the 8 richest countries in the world are the best placed people to determine the best leaders of some of the poorest regions on the planet? Why do they not simply tell us that colonialism never happened, and the Trans-Atalantic slate trade is a myth invented by communists? And that far from keeping themselves busy promoting puppets and organizing regime change all over the place against "non-complying", patriotic, and often democratically elected leaders, the major pre-occupation of the G-8 remains the maximization of profits for their multinational corporations?

It is a shame that the NPP has been defecating in public for years! But to draw attention to their disgusting habit with so much pride is simply mind-blowing! If indeed, President John Evans-Atta Mills is "Africa's Best Leader" as the Statesman claims to be the case, that would be a good reason why he would not be invited by those "gredy bastards" behind the G-8 who wish to control the wealth of Africa!





Comment given a lot of prominence on Ghanaweb.com


Click here to see how long the so-called "democrats" at the Statesman keep opinions contrary to thiers on their website: http://www.thestatesmanonline.com/pages/news_detail.php?newsid=10218&section=1

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