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 Dr. Peter Wuteh Vakunta

FrancAfrique has been the death knell of Francophone Africa for over five decades(since its inception by Charles de Gaulle). African visionary, Thomas Sankara, could not live because he held his head high and said no to gaullist bullshit.He was assassinated by his own brother! I learned that Blaise Compaoré was a foster son of Sankara's father!

Another illustrious son of Africa, Patrice Lumumba, had the same fate when he said no to Western machinations in the Congo. The West used their numskull, Mobutu Sese Seko, to illuminate Lumumba in the most gruesome way imaginable.See how Africans fight against neo-colonization and perpetual servitude? Let's reserve the fate of Reuben Um Nyobé for a subsequent discourse.

C'est la dégringolade vers le néant pour le continent africain, je vous assure. Quelle honte!
Prof Vakunta

 Dr. Peter Wuteh Vakunta

illuminate Lumumba=eliminate Lumumba

Che Sunday

Could have this happened in an anglophone country? No,because the British left and allowed their colonies to make their own mistakes. They learned from their mistakes. The French who never learned to take care of themselves, promised to take care of their African slaves. That is why they still carry money in bags to France. That is why they still send their money to the French Treasury. That is why they still have a phony common currency. A perfect set up to continue raping Africa. I feel sorry each time I see an African speaking French.

J. S. Dinga

Ndia Che, please calm down. Everything will be fine.


He should calm down? See what calming down has brought us in 50 years? Francophonism is a cult designed to eat the African soul.


wheather it is francophonie or anglophonie.the objective remains the same conquer and come we claim african countries are independent yet we use french and english in learning and doing business?speaking some ones language is prove of sobordination.the pride of every people is thier language which contains thier historic memory.why did indai china indonesia restore thier own languages?what is holding africa from doing the same?we have the MOUM script.

Peter Signe

This is really bad translation. an article like this one needs to be checked for grammar before it is posted.

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