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DR TAN OF CAMEROON

DEAR ALL
This is a great piece of write up.
I took part in my own way to see that president elect BARRACK OBAMA succeed in U,S,A PRESIDENTIAL 2008.
BOOK TITLE
FIRST AMOUNG FIRST
LEADERSHIP ISSUES OF THE 21ST CENTURY.

THE MOST IMPOERTANT LEADERSHIP ISSUES OF THE 21ST CENTURY PLAYED OUT IN THIS ELECTIONS.
ONE OF THE CHAPTERS WILL LOOK AT RACE RELATIONS. I HAVE COLLECTED ALL TYPES OF WRITE UPS , ON THIS ISSUE OF , WHAT A BLACK PRESIDENT WILL MEAN, TO THE U.S.A. .MY READINGS ARE SHOCKING AND REVEALING.
IF YOU AHVE AN AFRICAN, ASCENT, HERE IN THE U.S.A , AND YOU HAVE SKILLS , THAT MAKES SOMEONE OF AMERICAN ORIGIN , LOOK SMALL, THEY WILL ALWAYS SAY, OH, I LIKE YOUR ASCENT, TO REMIND YOU THAT YOU ARE NOT FROM HERE, AND SINCE , USA ,IS SUPPOSE TO BE THE GREATEST, IN THE WORLD, AND THEY ARE PART OF HERE , YOU ARE INFERIOR EVEN WE YOUR TALENT.
I AWAYS DISARM THEM , BY SAYING I LIKE YOUR ASCENT TO, THEN THEY SAY, DO I AHVE ANN ASCENT, THEN I WILL SAY SO YOU USE WORDS WHOSE MEANING YOU DONOT KNOW.
YOU HEARED WHAT THE SECOND IN COMMAND TO OSAMA BIN LADIN SAID THE OTHERDAY[TALIKING OF HOUSE NEGRO] AND FIELD NEGRO.
MR MANDELLA FELT BAD THAT MR GEORGE BUSH BROKE UNITED NATIONS ORDERS NOT TO GO TO WARIN IRAQ BECAUSE, A BLACK AFRICAN WAS SEC GEN.LATE POPE JOHN PAUL TOO SAID NO TO THAT WAR, I THOUGHT KOFFI ANNAN DID WELL,[HE WILL APPEAR AMOUNG THE FIRST] BUT BECAUSE OF ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM , WE AND THE POST GAVE HIM A FAILED MARK. SINCE OBAMA MAY NOT BE ABLE TO REMOVE MR BIYA FROM OFFICE FOR US , WE ANGLOPHONES , HAVE ALREADY SCORED HIM.
GERALDINE FERRARO, SAIOBAMA , WAS WERE HE WAS BECAUSE , OF WHO HE WAS, MANY SAID, SHE IMPLIED THAT , BECAUSE HE WAS BLACK, BUT I THOUGHT SHE MEARNT BIRACIAL, AS HE , HIMSELVED MENTIONED AT SOME DAYS , AT THE CLOSING OF THE CAMPAIGHN.
MR OBAMA, CABINET PICKS WILL HELP OUT WITH THESE ISSUES.
ARE BLACKS IN AFRICA, POLITICALLY FORWARD AND PROGRESSIVES

DR THOMPSON NTUBA MD PHD

T Chesnutt

We Americans aspire to continue to impress and irk.

A curious congruence where a European conservative and Bin Ladin's second in command share a common trait--an ill covered racism. The irony is almost too much.

Dr. Chesnutt

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