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An African wrote about Genocide in Ivory coast and Western Media hypocrisy on this forum,it disappears with the blink of an eye.
Now I can see a US senator request about Genocide in Ivory coast shining like a diamond in the sky. What do you take Africans for?
I am asking the Administrators of this forum.

Sanjo George

It was so poorly written that only the writer understood his gibberish stuff. Do you take Cameroonians for illiterates who should not edit and throw out garbage, supposedly meant for the wider world?


Now, people will see the true colors of Wattara, the puppet. He has been making announcements from the French Embassy, which holds the strings. I am sure Agendia will repost his article after he has updated it.

True Religion Outlet

Don‘t waste your time on a man/woman, who isn‘t willing to waste their time on you.

Womens Petite

David Wright shows off his speed stealing his third base of the season in the 7th inning.

After being reviewed, Ike Davis hits a very important home run, scoring two runs to give the Mets the lead in the bottom of the seventh. Ike has been on a complete tear at the plate lately.

Mike Nickeas shows that he is capable of being an everyday player, getting his fourth hit on the season, with only 16 at bats.

Mets ace Mike Pelfrey pitches an excellent game, only giving up 5 hits and one run in seven innings of work.

Carlos Beltran gets his 9th RBI on the season, scoring in one run in the 8th inning to give the Mets a 3-1 lead. The Mets would later score on an error to make the score 4-1.

The Mets will play a day game tomorrow at Citi Field for the second game of the D-Back series. The Mets will have Dillion Gee on the mound.

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