The two last stading sub saharan dictators


Paul Biya,
Cameroonians must be the most docile Africans in sub saharan africa nothing seems to spark their need to get rid of the old Biya. Dictator Biya has been in power since 1982 making his reign to be one of the longest.  Here is a short biography of him

http://www.notablebiographies.com/newsmakers2/2006-A-Ec/Biya-Paul.html

Robert Mugabe aka Comrade Bob

This one has defied all manners of sanctions, interventions his addiction to power and his ability to be the cunning fox has earned him the title of the Last of Mohicans. Since 1983 Comrade bob is still lording over Zimbabwe.  According to pundits the only way out for nester Mugabe to leave power is via the Pine box. At least MDC has tried but it is no match to the brutal machinery of ZANU..Next year is make or break year for Mugabe if he wins the elections then he will become  president for life

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3 thoughts on “The two last stading sub saharan dictators

  1. Dead dictator rule of three is now on play: Mugabe, Khomeini, Chavez should avoid stress, vigorous exercise, the CIA kimjongil

  2. esther says:

    Where is Museveni?he is worse that Mugabe

  3. Vince Remus says:

    ”Cameroonians must be the most docile Africans in sub saharan africa nothing seems to spark their need to get rid of the old Biya. Dictator Biya has been in power since 1982 making his reign to be one of the longest.”

    To the author of the article,
    So the people of a country are considered docile because they do not express their clamor in the face of a dictatorial regime? This is a parochial outlook to a more complex situation. Cameroonians obtained their independence in 1 January 1960 with the blood of more than 500,000 of their brethen. If shedding this much blood is a sign of docility than we are indeed docile.

    We are so divided and our leaders so incompetent that Africans are the parody of the world.The real issue we face in Africa is not who has the most docile citizenry but how to develop a unified front in the face of oppression?

    Imagine an Africa where a foreign intervention in Ivory Coast is met by a human shield around the presidential palace composed of African presidents, their cabinet ministers, the local populace and other african populace. What a strong message it sends to the world.
    Our presidents are judge by our own African justice court, our government print their money backed by gold, we have a strong intercontinental army to ousted any dictator, the people vote the laws by referendum and the national assembly is elected by random draw etc.

    Instead, Western intervention is met with laughter, gloating, apathy and blithe indifference from fellow africans. Nothing lasting can be build with that kind of mentality.

    So my last word to the author of this article is the following: ”Docility anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” so praise the lord and pass the amunition.

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