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Thursday, 30 June 2005

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tabi oben

I am sadddened by your article. Maybe, you should look more closely and see what Bush is trying to do.
These same Koran carrying patriots as you will prefer to call them.kill thousand in Africa.Remember the Africa embassy bombing. Or should I say, just look into Sadam's reign of terror on his own people. Please give the US a break for standing up to these tugs. Look on the bright side we might end up 20 years from now with South Korean like country in the middle east.Wow go Iraq. America must stay the course

EL TAMBERICA, United Kingdom.

I wonder what has become of Honorable Sango Dipoko's opinion regarding the way we are being ruled by these "gorgeous parrots". Let me begin by saying that your poetic revolution on corrupt leaders has been a great source of inspiration to my political awareness and activism. Sango, is America not a symbol of the deluge you prophesied in "RULERS" that has just swept across Iraq to wash away Saddam's "scrolls of wretched landscapes" and inhumanity towards his own people?

Well I think some time is needed to ensure power is rightfully handed over to avoid a repeat of events in neo-colonial Africa, which we all very well know of. I could not contribute any more than this but all I can affirm is that such is the fate of every "wicked kingdom".

Julian Mafany

Well spoken Sango. I have respect for a man who is not afraid to speak the truth.
Should we forget weapons of mass destruction ?
Should we forget the rule of international law ?
Who is next ?
The British public figured it out and sent a message to Mr Blair during the last elections, when will the rest of you figure it out ?

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