Anyone who ever get close to any African leader, would tell you this simple truth: our leaders are constantly bullied by Europeans and Americans.
At times, they just switch all the country radars and joke ‘we could do more’. They also cut telecommunication to make our leaders feel who the place really belong to.
They’d invite our leaders to see how they have a complete track record of all their calls, movements, how they went through their shooting range, and tell them ‘we can get you at anytime’. They show picture of their bedroom, their kids rooms while sleeping, etc.
They have bribed everyone around our leaders, to make them paranoid therefore easily prey. In fact, 50000 euros is enough to bribe an African minister to become a double agent.
If stubborn, they bring some navies or soldiers closer, deliberately fly over the country without permission, and show some intimate pictures or movies of our leaders or their kids in Paris or Washington.
They send them blackmail of their bad deals, bank accounts, their kids, their wives and promise free publicity if they won’t compromise.
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They send money into their account or leave suitcase full of money when they visit.
They outright fabricate coup attempt, false conspiracy, and offer their free help with intelligence data to befriend and take control. If not enough two terrorists bombs might be convincing.
The dirty book of imperialist diplomacy is constantly thrown at our leaders.
People who never get close to power in Africa would just think our leaders are bad because its their nature. The truth is most of them are not enough prepared to be in those positions, and our countries do no have the necessary state apparatus to protect them against foreign bullying.
There is not anti bullying law in international relationships. And dirty diplomacy is pervasive.
The sad truth is that almost all African state apparatus are currently owned by the Europeans and Africans ‘leaders’ are just working within those foreign owned apparatus.
Few years ago, the director of the oil company Shell in Nigeria boasted he was more informed and got all Nigerian governments data even prior to the president of Nigeria.
Most of our ministers are in freemasonry lodges, and most are paid agents by foreign intelligence. A network of honeypot is designed to always get our naive leaders.
One could say with certainty that there is almost no African leadership or African governments in Africa.
They all are under the guidance and hand holding of the West.
We are left only with a vote as the only way to be heard, and even that is useless.
If any change might come to Africa, we have to retake our States back, otherwise we are doomed.
A British friend of mine told me there is board room of African countries under total control, unstable to control, difficult to control, out of control and enemies.
The West has no enemy country in Africa currently. Few goes under difficult to control but easily manageable, like Nigeria, Zimbabwe, the late Gambia but now pawned; and the completely under control and allies like Senegal, Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Gabon, Congo, etc.
All our efforts are useless without strategies to retake our states back from foreigners, because the moment they control the state, our clever intellectual debates and protests are seen as mere small itches.
Taking back African States should be the single most important goal of all panafrican organizations.
If we would fail to reconquer our states any patriotic African leader would be killed, victim of coup or poisoned to a slow death in office.