THE CASE OF GBAGBO: SPRINGBOARD FOR AFRICAN REVIVAL N°1


Introduction


Dear friends and dear brethren, we are pleased to put at your disposal this "exceptionally rich publication", as defined by the renowned historian, researcher and African writer John Boa, who also recommended its conservation in the African archives. This article helps you to understand how the luciferians of this world, and especially the french luciferians, who consider themselves as gods, have sworn to demonstrate to the rest of the world that Africans are their creatures, and that they (the french ) can make of these creatures what they want. The article is in eight parts. We also recommend other articles in the Illuminati series, which can be found on the website www.mcreveil.org.


Beginning of the article


Finally a real witness for Nyang Bensouda?



As you already know, the famous treacherous, poor and highly corrupt prosecutor nyang bensouda, prosecutor of the Indigenous Criminal Court wrongly called International Criminal Court (ICC), spent 7 years fabricating prosecution witnesses against the elected President of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo. From her factory, she was able to produce dozens of these liars and other informers. In fact, she produced nearly 300, some changed their minds just a short time after being contacted, and others withdrew before being called to testify. And those who agreed to testify almost all found themselves, even against their will, testifying rather on defence and not on the charge.


But as the headhunter in chief fell into despair, she had an original idea. In her fertile imagination, she thought of an atypical witness, a witness who according to her plans should succeed where all the other witnesses failed. It is this unusual witness who will be able against all odds to help nyang bensouda to sentence President Gbagbo that the thug sarkozy and his band of international scoundrels have not been able to murder. This miracle witness is called Youssouf, the bull that you see in the picture above.


Finally nyang bensouda's thirst to see the Elect of the Ivorian people and worthy son of Africa Laurent Gbagbo be sentenced could be satisfied, with the help of this genius of a witness, who alone should hold, according to nyang bensouda, all the damning evidences that the UN (this criminal and racist organisation), the NGOs of misfortunes who live on blood that has been flowing in Africa, and other vampires of all kinds, said they had stockpiled during the french coup in Ivory Coast. The multiple evidences concerning the presumed war crimes and crimes against humanity of President Laurent Gbagbo, his wife Simone Gbagbo, and his minister Blé Goudé that these criminal organisations had announced they had, and that nyang bensouda still has not yet been able to produce at the court, it is perhaps this bull Youssouf, who would have them. And if that is the case, nyang bensouda would finally savour her champagne, and prove to her masters that she did not receive the two million dollars for nothing.


We can only wish her good luck with this new witness against the worthy Africa. Find below a discussion between nyang bensouda, a poor and highly corrupt prosecutor of the Indigenous Criminal Court wrongly called International Criminal Court (ICC) and Youssouf the bull. Good reading!


Discussion between Nyang Bensouda and Youssouf


Nyang Bensouda: Youssouf, the situation is critical, I terribly need you.


Youssouf: What's wrong, madam?


Nyang Bensouda: The case of Gbagbo is much more complicated than I thought.


Youssouf: What do you mean?


Nyang Bensouda: Do you realise that for the last 7 years that I have worked hard to find evidence against this man Gbagbo, nothing works?


Youssouf: But I thought there was too much evidence, madam. This is what was announced even before President Gbagbo was overthrown.


Nyang Bensouda: Yes, but there is one thing you do not know, Youssouf. We announced that because we did not imagine that Gbagbo would come out alive from the bombing of his residence. In reality the project that was prepared for him and his family was to murder them all. No one expected anyone to come out alive from that kind of bombing. So we were all very surprised to find them all still alive after this great bombing. And unfortunately for us, some instructions that were given were not respected.


Youssouf: Which ones, madam?


Nyang Bensouda: My masters were sure that Gbagbo could not come out alive from his residence after the bombing. But they were not very sure that Gbagbo was actually in his residence. For that reason, they had clearly asked the rebels to kill Gbagbo if by chance he was hidden elsewhere, and was found alive. But the rebels did not do it.


Youssouf: Oh, I see! This is what justifies watao’s media statement. He had stated in the media that the reason why the shabby and infamous french ambassador to Abidjan, jean-marc simon, was hounding him and wanted him sent to the ICC was that he had refused to kill President Gbagbo. So his statements were true then?


Nyang Bensouda: That's right. He cannot afford to make such a public statement about the ambassador of france if that were not true. That idiot is boasting of not having killed Gbagbo. He does not know that he has put us in a real mess. It's been 7 years that I have been racking my brains, with no hope of success. If he had murdered Gbagbo and his family as guillaume soro had murdered Minister Désiré Tagro, I would not have been suffering any longer. My masters are as embarrassed as me. We are all lost, totally lost.


Youssouf: What about the overwhelming evidences that france, the UN and Western NGOs said they held against President Gbagbo even before he was assassinated?


Nyang Bensouda: I realise you're slow to understand, Youssouf. You speak well of his assassination. It is not an assassination, Youssouf, but rather a failed assassination. Because if the project of assassination had succeeded, of course we would not have had this problem. So understand that there was no evidence against Gbagbo. In fact, there has never been any evidence against Gbagbo. It is rather him, Gbagbo, who has all the evidence against us. We were announcing that we had a lot of damning evidence against him because we were convinced that this evidence would never be needed. Nobody expected the situation in which we now find ourselves, neither my masters nor me. We all knew that if Gbagbo were left alive, he would have all the evidence to confound us. That's why the only solution was to kill him outright. According to the project of my masters, we should currently be talking about Gbagbo in the past. Gbagbo was to die either before or at the same time as his minister Désiré Tagro. You followed yourself how his residence was shelled by the licorne force and the UN. Who could imagine that someone would come out alive from that hell?


Youssouf: No one. Myself, I cannot understand how he was able to get out alive from there.


Nyang Bensouda: In fact, what was prepared against Gbagbo is what was much successfully applied to Gaddafi. The example of Gbagbo taught us a real lesson. That's why in the case of Gaddafi my masters had given strict and severe instructions to mercenaries, to liquidate him even if he was caught alive, and that's what was done.


Youssouf: That's right. The manner in which he was killed even though he was neither armed nor able to flee, confirms what you say.


Nyang Bensouda: Fortunately for us, those who were in charge of killing Gaddafi were not as cowardly as that watao. Otherwise we would be in another serious problem now. You see that for the case of Gaddafi, no one talks about it. My masters have stolen all the goods of Libya and shared them, and there is no one to flinch, and there will be no one to sue my masters for robbery or for any other crime. Gaddafi is no longer there to bring any proof of anything against us.


Youssouf: Madam, for this case of President Gbagbo, before accusing watao and the rebels of not having killed him, it is necessary to take into account the role that his God played in all that. It is established that President Gbagbo during all this time prayed a lot and relied only on the protection of his God Jesus Christ.


Nyang Bensouda: Absolutely. You are right. My masters have also recognised that Gbagbo owes his survival to the protection of his God Jesus Christ and the many prayers of Christians for him. There is even one of us, a member of the Illuminati, who for reasons I still do not know, chose to denounce all our plans against Gbagbo. He also acknowledged that the prayers of Christians have seriously thwarted our actions. Moreover, the bombs of the UN and the Licorne force destroyed the residence and the huge library of Gbagbo, but did not do anything to Gbagbo, or to his family, or to his Bible which was found on his table.


Youssouf: Therefore Madam, do not let poor watao bear the brunt of your failure, when we know that your assassination plan against President Gbagbo and his family has failed because of God's protection over their lives.


Nyang Bensouda: I agree with you. Nobody can deny the fact that it is God who protected Gbagbo and his family. Especially since this project of assassination of Gbagbo does not date only from 2010 or 2011. It is in fact since 2000 that my masters began planning the assassination of Gbagbo. You have not forgotten the encirclement of his residence by the french tanks in 2004.


Youssouf: Oh yesss! You’re talking about those french tanks which, equipped with ultramodern GPS, had gone lost in Abidjan to the point of finding themselves in front of the residence of the President by chance, aren’t you?


Nyang Bensouda: Do not make fun of my masters in this way, Youssouf.


Youssouf: No madam, I am not making fun of them. I was convinced that men were more intelligent than animals, until the scene of November 2004. When I learned that the french soldiers, though ranked among the most powerful in the world, could get lost in the city of Abidjan with their tanks, to the point of finding themselves in front of the residence of President Gbagbo without knowing what route to take for hours, I consoled myself with this. I understood that it was wrong that I underestimated myself in front of men. It was that day that I realised that we animals were more intelligent than men.


Nyang Bensouda: You surely cannot be more intelligent than all men, Youssouf.


Youssouf: Forgive me, madam. It's true that I should not have generalized. This extrapolation is wrong. I would rather say that I understood after this event, that animals were more intelligent than the french soldiers who, although having been based in Abidjan for years, could still get lost in this way, in addition with tanks of the 5th most powerful army in the world. Madam, you will not hold against me that I clearly stated that our intelligence does not only go beyond that of the french soldiers. It also exceeds that of the french authorities who supported such nonsense, and even that of all men who believed in that kind of nonsense.


Nyang Bensouda: Ok, Youssouf. Let’s forget the fact that even animals are more intelligent than french soldiers and their authorities. Let's go back to what we were saying. We were explaining that all the assassination projects that my masters planned against Gbagbo since 2000 have all failed. So before accusing watao and the rebels of not killing them in 2011, we must first ask ourselves how they managed to come out alive from that kind of bombing. The Licorne force and UN soldiers were not there to have fun. They were not bombing Gbagbo's residence like altar boys. They were not Christians. They were there to kill, and just to kill. And their mission was clear, liquidate Gbagbo. So, in fact, if one has to accuse watao and the rebels, one must first accuse the licorne force and the UN, of not being able to kill Gbagbo, with all the military logistics that they had. They had all the weapons and other bombs available to them. So you are absolutely right. We should leave watao alone.


Youssouf: I hope that you will pass this message to your masters so that they be soft with watao.


Nyang Bensouda: I will do it. In any case it is clear that if the big bombs of the UN and the licorne could not kill Gbagbo, it is not watao who would have done it. Now, let's go to the case for which I came to see you. What are we doing?


Youssouf: OK, it is clear that there is no evidence against President Gbagbo, and that there has never been. But at least you do not lack witnesses. I learned that you had many prosecution witnesses. We're even talking about a few hundred.


Nyang Bensouda: That's right. I actually contacted more than 300 witnesses. Some changed their minds just a short time after being contacted, others withdrew before being called to testify. And those who agreed to testify are all or almost unable to testify against him. When they arrive at the court, they find themselves all saying the opposite of what they promised to say. I do not understand.


Youssouf: Has President Gbagbo not paid them by chance, or is it still his very God Jesus Christ who is protecting him?


Nyang Bensouda: No, I do not think it's only his God this time. I do not deny the greatness of his God, but I think the problem is elsewhere.


Youssouf: I learned that he spends his time in jail reading the Bible. Does that not affect your witnesses? You should think about asking that he be forbidden to pray or read his Bible. Don’t you think that's prudent, madam?


Nyang Bensouda: No Youssouf, I just told you that I think the problem is elsewhere. The problem is that it is not easy to prove a lie. The only real way to prove a lie successfully is to do everything to avoid proving it. His assassination was the only real solution for us, but alas! And as to whether Gbagbo paid all my witnesses, that is not possible. That's exactly the opposite. I paid all my witnesses. And I did not skimp on the means. I paid them well. I made millions available to each of them. Speaking of Gbagbo, do you know that he had nothing? That man is certainly the only idiotic President of all the Presidents of Africa. I do not want to insult him, but I am almost convinced that you will not find another President in Africa like him.


Youssouf: How do you mean?


Nyang Bensouda: Do you realise that he had no account in any bank abroad?


Youssouf: Do not make me laugh.


May God bless you!




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