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J. S. Dinga

A camel does not make fun of another camel's rump!

Va Boy

Amen. Muammar Daffy was one of the prime movers in creating the AU. It is his baby and he really did pass a lot of money around.


It is all embarassing to see that for the pass two months, so many crisis is going on in Africa, for example Egypt, Libya etc. and the Afriac Union is doing nothing.

The AU is made up of the very same thelf, embazzeler in Africa in the name of presidents. There is hell going on right now in Libya and the members of the AU sit quite in the houses doing nothing while the rest of the world is so angry with what Gadhafi is doing to his people.

Why are african president so heady to step down?

It is time for all the executives of the African Union step down as well for they are not doing their work.

Most of this african leaders will not dear to talk against Gadhafi because they are in the same category.

The time has come and before the end of 2011, the whole of african will start taking sharp because this dictators will be thrown out and will all face charges.

Gan Charles

OAU was a great idea that was doomed to fail. The concept required compromise which all the actors viewed with distrust and a possible interference with their individual powers rather than a means to collectively bargain on the world stage for the benefit of their people - look at the EU.
African leaders are froth with greed and willful disregard for civil liberties and human life. They will go at great length to serve their selfish agenda.
Some western psychotherapists have raised the specter that Africans (people of Color in general) may be genetically predisposed to regress which leads to inferior governance and societies.
Before you dismiss this a racist or call for my head - look at all the institution governed by people of color and figure out the success rate!


According to my analysis, thousands of people on our planet receive the credit loans from different banks. Therefore, there's good possibilities to find a college loan in any country.

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