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LISTEN TO MBORANTSUO’S NONSENSE. ECOUTEZ LES BÊTISES DE MBORANTSUO

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YOU MEAN UNTIL THE NEXT RAIN FALLS. VOUS VOULEZ DIRE EN ATTENDANT LES PROCHAINES PLUIES !

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WOULD ATTIAS AND HIS LAWYERS ALSO ASK L’EXPRESS TO RETRACT THEIR ARICLE? ATTIAS ET SES AVOCATS VONT-ILS AUSSI DEMANDER À L’EXPRESS DE RETIRER LEUR ARTICLE ?

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We all see the arrogance of the injunctions of Attias and his lawyers summoning this blog to withdraw an article demonstrating the greed of the latter and how he plucks African regimes.

We are not the only ones to talk about it luckily. Here is an article from L'Express that details the very lucrative business that Attias does mainly in françafrique. We hope that Attias' lawyers sent the same arrogant note to L’Express that they sent to us, we little negroes.



We will absolutely not give up!









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Nous apprécions tous l’arrogance des injonctions d’Attias et de ses avocats sommant ce blog de retirer un article démontrant la cupidité de ce dernier et comment il plume les régimes Africains.

Nous ne sommes pas les seuls à en parler heureusement. Voici un article de L’Express qui détaille le business très lucratif qu’Attias fait principalement en françafrique. Nous espérons que les avocats d’Attias ont envoyé à l’Express le même courrier plein d’arrogance qu’il…

NO ONE WOULD INTIMIDATE US. PERSONNE NE NOUS INTIMIDERA

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Dear readers, thank you for your many messages of support following the note sent to us by Richard Attias' lawyers asking us to withdraw an authentic document indicating how much his fees were. Rest assured, we will never withdraw that post and will never give in to any intimidation whatsoever!

Dear readers, we all know that tyrants and their acolytes like Richard Attias rely on intimidation as the main deterrent against those who want to hold them accountable.

Dear readers, whatever happens, we will fight against these people and continue to expose the organized looting they have put in place, relying on the complicity and cowardice of many of us to achieve these ends.



We will not give up!







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Chers lecteurs, merci de vos nombreux messages de soutien suite à la note qui nous a été envoyée par les avocats de Richard Attias nous demandant de retirer un document authentique indiquant à combien s’élevaient ses honoraires. Soyez rassurés, nous ne retirerons jam…

HERE IS ANOTHER MEASURE SET TO FAIL AS THE REGIME’S APPARATCHIKS ARE THE MAIN BENEFICIARIES OF WOOD TRAFFICKING. VOICI UNE AUTRE MESURE VOUÉE À L’ÉCHEC CAR LES APPARATCHIKS DU RÉGIME SONT LES PRINCIPAUX BÉNÉFICIAIRES DU TRAFIC DU BOIS

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MISTER ATTIAS, WE WILL NEVER GIVE IN TO YOUR INTIMIDATIONS. MONSIEUR ATTIAS, NOUS NE CÉDERONS JAMAIS À VOS INTIMIDATIONS

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THE DIASPORA CONTINUES THE FIGHT. LA DIASPORA CONTINUE DE SE BATTRE

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NICOLAS HULOT’S MASK FALLS. LE MASQUE DE NICOLAS HULOT TOMBE

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THE GABONESE DIASPORA INTERVENES AT A MEETING ORGANIZED BY THE REGIME. LA DIASPORA GABONAISE S’INTERPOSE À UNE RÉUNION ORGANISÉE PAR LE RÉGIME

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FOR A READER OF THIS BLOG, PING IS RIGHT TO STAY ABOVE THE FRAY. POUR UNE AMIE DE CE BLOG, PING A RAISON DE SE METTRE AU DESSUS DE LA MÊLÉE

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Here is the text sent to us by a friend of this blog. Good reading.



* This silence that causes so much noise!
Many compatriots have expressed the wish to see President Jean PING speak about Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo’s decision to dissolve the national assembly and the putschist government. We can understand these Gabonese, but that would be to say what exactly? To opine about what? Unthinkable! Add his voice to those who, both inside and out, condemn the situation? But it is obvious that having largely won the presidential election of August 27, 2016, and therefore, devoting his time since then to organize in carrying out the mandate given to him by the Gabonese people, that this can only be for him the umpteenth felony, consequence of the situation of the permanent constitutional coup in which our country is immersed since 2009.
The anti-PINGs, both the obvious ones and not so obvious, although a minority in the opinion, are trying to make the population believe that the…

WHY PRAISE THIS SYMBOL OF FELONY. POURQUOI ENCENSER CE SYMBOLE DE FÉLONIE

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The dictionary defines a felony as a behavior, an attitude of lust, treason, disloyalty, and perfidy. Who in Gabon symbolizes this definition more than Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo?
Who in Gabon could in good conscience present Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo as an honorable person? In post-1990 Gabon, Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo, whatever one may think, is one of the main figures of Gabon's bankruptcy over the last 28 years. Thematizing rigorously and patiently her case leads inevitably to a single conclusion: if Gabon is mismanaged continuously; if the democratic terrain in Gabon remains particularly arid; if the Bongos are still in power plundering Gabon; the complicity of Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo has a lot to do with it.
The actions of this lady, her political positions, her interventions in electoral matters, have largely contributed to make Gabon what it is today. Dear readers, when we know all this, who would dare to congratulate Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo for all he…

LAURENCE NDONG SPEAKS. LAURENCE NDONG S’EXPRIME

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FRANCIS AUBAME SPEAKS. FRANCIS AUBAME S’EXPRIME

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YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW MUCH RICHARD ATTIAS GETS PAID? HERE IS AN INDICATION ! VOUS VOULEZ CONNAITRE LE MONTANT DES HONORAIRES DE RICHARD ATTIAS ? VOICI UNE PISTE !

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WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE COMPANY FLY AFRICA WHICH PROMISED US A LIBREVILLE-PARIS FOR 75000 CFA FRANCS? OÙ EST DONC PASSÉ LA COMPAGNIE AÉRIENNE FLY AFRICA QUI NOUS PROMETTAIT UN LIBREVILLE-PARIS POUR 75000 FRANCS CFA ?

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WHEN RICHARD ATTIAS WAS PROMISING A GOLDEN FUTURE TO US. QUAND RICHARD ATTIAS NOUS PROMETTAIT UN AVENIR DORÉ

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RICHARD ATTIAS THROWS THE TOWEL ON AFRICA. RICHARD ATTIAS JETTE L’ÉPONGE EN L’AFRIQUE

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Bad time for Richard Attias. According to Maghreb Confidential, the king of bullshiting African dictators to whom he sells unnecessary events; is preparing to liquidate his company Richard Attias & Associates Africa, based in Casablanca.
Richard Attias' company specializes in communication services for African heads of state, including the organization of New York Forum Africa (NYFA) in Libreville from 2012 to 2015.
Maghreb Confidential says that Ali Bongo has still not paid his last bill, and that in the face of falling market share, Richard Attias has decided to capitulate by closing his doors.

We bet that in Gabon, this news will never be announced in state media that sold us so much of the merits of the New York Forum Africa! Where are we today? What is the record today? Why this deafening silence?




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Sale temps pour Richard Attias. D’après Maghreb Confidentiel, le roi de l’enfarinage des dictateurs Africains à qui il vend de l'événementiel inu…

THESE TIRESOME REPETITIVE SEMANTIC CONTORSIONS. CES FATIGUANTES CONTORSIONS SÉMANTIQUES À RÉPÉTITION

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• We go to an election against a dictator who controls all the wheels of the State. • People are told that this time they are well prepared. • Theye campaign by telling people that they have the nationalist fiber and the will to defend their votes to the bitter end. • On the day of the election, all the facts show that the dictator has lost; but as in the past, he announces false results, he cuts internet and he shoots up the headquarters of his challenger, killing many Gabonese. • A few months later, some in the opposition literally abandon any call for any demands and believe that the time has come to go to new elections, against the same dictator, his team and the same people at the head of the bodies organizing elections in Gabon. • The members of this collaborationist opposition engage in indigestible press conferences during which they try to convince the population that their electoral positions are the way to salvation.
Dear readers, here is the cycle, or the circus, …

AN ANALYSES OF ELECTORAL PROCESSES IN AFRICA. UNE ANALYSE DES PROCESSUS ELECTORAUX EN AFRIQUE

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ALI BONGO WANTS TO WRECK ONEP. ALI BONGO VEUT ANÉANTIR L’ONEP

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According to Africa Energy Intelligence, Ali Bongo has appointed Arnauld Engandji to the Ministry of Labor to pacify ONEP, the National Organization of Petroleum Employees of which Arnauld Engandji is a former spokesman.
Arnauld Engandji’s mission would be to discredit his former comrades, to weaken them so that the risks of strikes that frustrate the regime, would decrease.
With oil revenues on the decline, strikes and claims in the oil sector have the effect of further reducing the state revenues. Ali Bongo therefore hopes that through Engadji, he would manage to overcome the Onep.




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According to Africa Energy Intelligence, Ali Bongo a nommé Arnauld Engandji au ministère du travail, pour pacifier l'ONEP, l'Organisation nationale des employés du pétrole dont Arnauld Engandji est un ancien Porte-Parole.
La mission d’Arnauld Engandji serait de décrédibiliser ses anciens camarades, de les affaiblir afin que les risques de grèves qui contrarient le régim…

OLAM TAKES ITS PLACE COMFORTABLY IN THE MINING SECTOR. OLAM PREND SA PLACE CONFORTABLEMENT DANS LE SECTEUR MINIER

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It's an open secret that in Gabon, the real boss of the country's economy is now Gagan Gupta. Anyone who tells you otherwise just does not know what's going on in the country.
Gagan Gupta has just brought in the Singaporean company IMC to exploit the lead-zinc sector of Kroussou, in Nyanga, in southern Gabon.
The lead and zinc project in Kroussou was relaunched in mid-April 2018 and is field-steered by the Singaporeans of IMC Industrial and is financed by the Australian investment fund Centerpeak Resources Group.
In its article announcing this exploitation, Africa Mining Intelligence explicitly says that Olam is very present in Gabon and that as a result, companies of the Asian city-state seem to dominate the economy of the country.



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C’est un secret de polichinelle au Gabon, le véritable patron de l’économie du pays c’est désormais Gagan Gupta. Quiconque vous dira le contraire ne sait simplement pas ce qui se passe dans le pays.
Gagan Gupta vient de …

ALI BONGO IS LOOKING FOR DIAMONDS. ALI BONGO CHERCHE DES DIAMANTS

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According to Africa Mining Intelligence, Ali Bongo, who has just secured Gabon's accession to the Kimberley Process, which certifies diamonds around the world, would like to attract gemstone prospectors to Gabon. It is for this purpose that he has appointed Paule Christiane Gondi-M'Bouala as Deputy Minister to Christian Magnagna, the Minister of Equipment, Infrastructure and Mines. Since 2015, she had been adviser to Ali Bongo in charge of mining research, after having been Director General of Mines and Geology before that.



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D’après Africa Mining Intelligence, Ali Bongo qui vient d’obtenir l’adhésion du Gabon au processus de Kimberley qui certifie les diamants dans le monde, voudrait attirer les prospecteurs de pierre précieuses au Gabon. C’est à cet effet qu’il aurait nommé Paule Christiane Gondi-M'Bouala comme Ministre Déléguée auprès de Christian Magnagna, le Ministre de l'Equipement, des Infrastructures et des Mines. Elle était depuis 201…

STUDENTS ARE ASKING FOR THEIR SCHOLARSHIPS, ALI BONGO REACTS WITH TEAR GAS. LES ÉTUDIANTS RÉCLAMENT LEUR BOURSE, ALI BONGO RÉAGIT AVEC DES GAZ LACRYMOGÈNES

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IMAGE OF ALI BONGO’S HOSPITAL SERVICES. IMAGE DES SERVICES HOSPITALIERS D’ALI BONGO

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EPIDEMICS ARE AN INDICATION OF BAD GOVERNANCE. LES ÉPIDÉMIES SONT UNE INDICATION DE LA MAL GOUVERNANCE

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Ebola is back in the Democratic Republic of Congo and is threatening Gabon.
Dear readers, while it is difficult if not impossible to predict exactly with pinpoint accuracy where and when an epidemic might occur, it can be said with a high degree of certainty that most epidemics occur failed States where the government has done a particularly poor job in investing in infrastructure and in the well-being of the people. The governments of the DRC and Gabon have poor records and thus are incapable of preventing health crises.
Ebola spreads rapidly through contact between people, usually starting in remote area and then travel to bigger villages and cities; potentially spiraling out of control if it reaches urban centers.
To contain such outbreaks, a well-coordinated response can ensure that the disease is contained early on, so as few people as possible become ill and die. The governments of the dictatorships of Central Africa have proven that they are perennially incompetent …

THE GABONESE POLITICAL SITUATION LOOKED AT BY AFRICA 24. LA SITUATION POLITIQUE DU GABON VUE PAR AFRICA 24

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A RIDICULOUS CENSORSHIP IN THE GOVERNMENTAL NEWSPAPER L’UNION. UNE RIDICULE CENSURE DU JOURNAL GOUVERNEMENTAL L’UNION

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THE RESISTANCE WILL REMAIN. LA RÉSISTANCE DEMEURERA

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THE LIST OF BANTUS POLITICIANS GROWS. LA LISTE DES POLITICIENS BANTOU S’ALLONGE

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ISSOZE-NGONDET’ SOLUTION TO THE COLLAPSE OF THE NATIONALE 1 ROAD IS ONLY MAKESHIFT WORK. LA SOLUTION À L’ÉBOULEMENT DE LA ROUTE NATIONALE 1 NE RESTE QU’UN BRICOLAGE

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ISSOZE-NGONDE HAS LOST HIS CALENDAR? ISSOZE-NGONDET A PERDU SON CALENDRIER

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IS GAGAN GUPTA A CIVIL SERVANT OF THE GABONESE STATE? GAGAN GUPTA EST-IL FONCTIONNAIRE DE L’ÉTAT GABONAIS

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Dear readers, in Gabon, Ali Bongo’s friends are de facto confused with the official representatives of the Gabonese State, by our diplomatic services abroad.
Gagan Gupta, the boss of Olam in Gabon, who has Ali Bongo's son Nourredine Bongo as a deputy, was visiting the London Business School to talk about Olam. Now, our zealous embassy in London has hastened, with all the coat of arms of the nation deployed, to issue a statement congratulating Gagan Gupta on making Gabon proud because he would have put Gabon on the map (that much!).
Even at the height of the great ELF Aquitaine, we did not see such differences of diplomatic conduct.

We will not give up !




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Chers lecteurs, au Gabon, les amis d’Ali Bongo sont de facto confondus à des représentants officiels de l’Etat Gabonais par nos services diplomatiques à l’étranger.
Gagan Gupta, le patron d’Olam au Gabon, qui a pour adjoint Nourredine Bongo le fils d’Ali Bongo, était de passage à la London Business School…

COULD THE BANTUS WHO GOVERN US INDICATE TO US THE VALUE ADD THAT THE AGENCY OF GREAT WORKS HAS BROUGHT TO GABON DURING THE LAST 8 YEARS? LES BANTOU QUI NOUS GOUVERNENT PEUVENT-ILS NOUS INDIQUER LA VALEUR AJOUTE QU’A APPORTÉE AU GABON L’AGENCE DES GRANDS TRAVAUX DEPUIS PLUS DE 8 ANS ?

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SINCE IT HAS BEEN TWO YEARS THAT THINGS RUN IN CIRCLES, IS THAT A GOOD ENOUGH REASON TO GO SIT AT ALI BONGO’S TABLE? PUISQUE ÇA FAIT DEUX ANS QU’ON TOURNE EN ROND, FAUT-IL ALLER À LA TABLE D’ALI BONGO?

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Apparently, Mr. Moukagni-Iwangou and Menga-M'Essone are impatient. If we believe the article represented in the image above, published by Gabonreview, they are chumping at the bits with impatience. The question is: are they eager to do what?
The Gabonese people, we can say without risk of being mistaken, is however impatient to see the Bongo leave power. But paradoxically, politicians who consider themselves members of the opposition, Mr. Moukagni-Iwangou and Menga-M'Essone, tired of waiting since August 2016 for the person who was elected by the Gabonese people to take over the reins of the State, have simply found as a solution to their weariness, to join the one who stole this election. How can normally constituted individuals find this action logical?
Would you have imagined Mandela after two (2) years in prison, getting tired of the fact that the South African resistance had not yet brought the end of apartheid, declare: "since that's how it is, I am…

REGARDING THE CLOSED ROAD, THE EXPLANATIONS OF THE BANTUS WHO GOVERN US. A PROPOS DE LA ROUTE COUPÉE, LES EXPLICATIONS DES BANTOUS QUI NOUS DIRIGENT

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THE ROAD IS CLOSED! LA ROUTE EST COUPÉE!

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COLLAPSE OF THE NATIONAL ROAD 1 CONNECTING LIBREVILLE TO THE INTERIOR OF THE COUNTRY. WHAT WILL THE BANTOUS WHO GOVERN US SAY? ÉBOULEMENT DE LA ROUTE NATIONALE 1 RELIANT LIBREVILLE À L’INTÉRIEUR DU PAYS. QUE VONT DIRE LES BANTOUS QUI NOUS DIRIGENT ?

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PRESS RELEASE BY “REAGIR” ON THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN GABON. UN COMMUNIQUÉ DE « RÉAGIR » SUR LA SITUATION POLITIQUE AU GABON

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THE GABONESE DIASPORA MORE DETERMINED THAN EVER. LA DIASPORA GABONAISE PLUS DÉTERMINÉE QUE JAMAIS

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THE BANTU LOGIC IS SO NEBULOUS! QU’EST-CE QUE LA LOGIQUE BANTOU EST NEBULEUSE !

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Some reflections inspired by the explanations provided by Mr. Moukagni-Iwangou during his press conference:

1. Mr Moukagni-Iwangou maintains that he did not join the Bongo regime because the dissolution of the National Assembly renders the majority / opposition division obsolete and therefore each entity present in the government is there in a personal and equal capacity and not according to a membership to this or that political tendency.

The answer of this blog: M. Moukagni-Iwangou demonstrates by his reasoning that the Bantu philosophy is very mysterious. In fact, he wants us to believe that the National Assembly having been dissolved, the Bongo regime no longer exists and that what has been put in place, is only a structure to take care of current affairs, until the setting up a new assembly. However, a State in its operation, is triangular; being composed of the judiciary which is always headed by Mborantsuo; of the executive branch, which is headed by Ali Bongo befo…

AN INTERESTING ARTICLE ABOUR WHAT IS GOING ON IN GABON. UN ARTICLE INTERESSANT SUR CE QUI SE PASSE AU GABON

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A Court Ruling to Dismantle Gabon’s Government Is an Unexpected Gift for Bongo
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By Robbie Corey-Boulet | Thursday, May 10, 2018

Last week, a significant number of Gabon’s top politicians suddenly found themselves out of work. On April 30, the country’s Constitutional Court delivered a surprise ruling that dissolved the National Assembly, the lower house of Gabon’s parliament, and called for the government to step down. Prime Minister Emmanuel Issoze-Ngondet complied the next day, issuing a letter of resignation on behalf of himself and his ministers.
At first glance, the ruling appeared to be a straightforward rebuke of the government’s failure to hold legislative elections, which are now nearly 18 months overdue. “It is clear that the government has not been able to fulfill the tasks assigned to it,” Marie-Madeleine Mborantsuo, the president of the Constitutional Court, said in a statement 
But upon closer inspection, the situation becomes murkier, as i…