THE CASE OF GBAGBO: SPRINGBOARD FOR AFRICAN REVIVAL N°7


This discussion is the 7th part in a series of eight. Please read the other seven parts.


Youssouf: Dominique de villepin, alain juppé, jean-pierre raffarin, to name but a few, and all those other vampires who supported this carnage in Ivory Coast and in other African countries, and who still support slavery that france imposes on Africa and Africans, should with what the "worm" chirac has become, understand that the mortal gods are limited.


Nyang Bensouda: I must admit that you are a wise animal, Youssouf. I doubt very much that there are even among men, many with your degree of wisdom. Your reasoning makes me think.


Youssouf: If only your masters could learn from events like these, madam. When you tell me about the one that was your masterpiece in Burkina, I think of his colleagues who were managing the massacre on the spot in Abidjan. Among them are three villains who have distinguished themselves: choi young-jin, the representative of the demon ban ki-moon in Ivory Coast, jean-marc simon, the french ambassassin in Ivory Coast, and philip carter III, the US ambassassin in Ivory Coast. These are the people we've been respecting, to the point of calling them "Excellencies"; yet, real scoundrels. I always wonder if these idiots have a conscience. They come to a sovereign country to sow disorder, they organise and plan the massacre of tens of thousands of people, lie like naive little kids in need of inspiration, and boast of it. You realise that during this war that international criminality you wrongly call international community led against Ivory Coast, the murderous thug Philip Carter III had ordered the UN criminal forces to crush all the young patriots who were trying to make a few barriers to stop the UN rebel forces who supplied ouattara dramane’s rebels with arms and ammunition!


These barbarians after their villainous crimes were rewarded by the terrorist states for which they were working, and are now ruminating the blood of more than 100,000 Africans they helped to shed. One of them, the vampire jean-marc simon, has even chosen to become a businessman, and to completely settle down in Ivory Coast, to better enjoy the fallout of the genocide they created. And Africans in their great naivety continue to call these idiots "Excellencies". I hope that worthy Africans will rise this time and whistle the end of the recreation.


You have this other villain named ban ki-moon, whose idiocy made us shiver, we animals. Here is the prototype of characters that convince us that some humans are more animals than us, people so stupid and so foolish. This is a so-called smart man, UN Secretary General of his state, who dares say to the media around the world, that recounting votes in a democracy would be a serious injustice. Madam, you will not find among the animals such a stupid and useless person. When this scoundrel speaks of serious injustice, what is he talking about? Who in his opinion would be the victim of this serious injustice? Madam, I can afford to tell you with authority, that your world would be better if you let us animals manage it. The men who manage your world are of a stupidity that there's no word to describe them.


Nyang Bensouda: We'd better think about it, Youssouf. My masters who zealously defend the rights of animals, should begin thinking about it.


Youssouf: One last, last word, madam.


Nyang Bensouda: Yes, Yousouf.


Youssouf: I would like to come back to a statement that you made earlier. When you say that when someone has signed a pact with the devil, it is almost impossible for him to backtrack, it intrigues me a little, madam. By going to testify against President Gbagbo, this innocent man who has already suffered enough, I will also be signing a pact with the devil. Will backtracking be possible for me, madam?


Nyang Bensouda: Youssouf, Youssouf. But you are only an animal. You need no backtracking. Do animals need to repent Youssouf?


Youssouf: Okay madam that reassures me. But understand then that if I were a man, I would not have even considered your offer to testify against President Gbagbo.


Nyang Bensouda: Yes, I understand it.


Youssouf: If I, a simple animal, find it difficult to accept your offer to testify against President Gbagbo, I wonder how men were able to accept it, including some of his own generals, namely his chief of defence, and what's more, a pastor's son. Madam, you might be right in saying that those who make pacts with satan completely crucify their conscience. The example of the wretched traitor general philippe mangou is patent.


Nyang Bensouda: You seem to understand me now, Youssouf.


Youssouf: I am not a preacher, madame, but I have already heard Christians say that God forgives even people who have signed pacts with satan, if these people choose to repent. Why can you not try to meet some of these Christians to find out more?


Nyang Bensouda: I was able to meet some of these Christians just like that pastor's son you're referring to, but he did not give me any advice in that sense. I hope you will not tell me that he's not a Christian. Because I have proof that he is also a Christian. During the post-election crisis, he was showing off with the Christians, and he was even seen singing religious songs waving a little white handkerchief.


Youssouf: Exactly madam, he is not a Christian, or at least he is a hypocritical Christian. I even learned that he is rather in a satanic sect, and that he would be in the same lodge as dramane ouattara. So in reality he is not different from you, madam. He too has sold his soul to lucifer and no longer has conscience. He is therefore very badly placed to help you. You are in fact in the same camp. He also needs to repent before God, and publicly ask for forgiveness, first to President Gbagbo and his family, then to the family of the late Colonel-Major Hilaire Gohourou Babri, former spokesman of the army assassinated on 4 April 2011 by a french sniper, then to the families of thousands of Ivorian soldiers whom he delivered to the french army through his treachery and his crime, and to the families of tens of thousands of young patriots who, believing to support the army of their country and to protect their President, were massacred by the barbaric french and United Nations army, and finally to all the African people. That's what this deceitful general has to do. This is what worthy Africa expects from the obnoxious philippe mangou, that renegade general.


Nyang Bensouda: Your reasoning is logical Youssouf. When you would have finished testifying at the ICC, I will meet you to see what I can do to repent. For now, let's focus on preparing your testimony before the ICC judges. Okay?


Youssouf: That's understood, madam. And as you spend all your time praying with all your heart so that Africans stay in their usual sleep, and that none of them even realises that any problem exists, or so that Africans never realise that men in Africa are less valuable than Western animals, and that the living in Africa are worth less than Western dead, or that Africans should still be careless as they have always been, I would like you to pray with the same fervour so that at the court I do not think about everything you have done to President Gbagbo. Otherwise, I may find myself defending him as Sam l’Africain did.


Nyang Bensouda: In that case, I think it is better that I rather fast for you, Youssouf.


Youssouf: Thank you madam. Earlier I asked you what I called a "last last word". Now, madame, what I have to ask you is not a last word, nor a second to last word, but a little favour. I would like you to transmit this message to the ICC judges. Tell them on my behalf that they have ridiculed themselves in the eyes of the whole world. It will be remembered of them that they are vile and despicable people, vulgarly corrupt people. Remind them on my behalf that they will forever carry on their conscience, if they have one, this degree of injustice that they took bribes, to condone.


Nyang Bensouda: I will, Youssouf.


Youssouf: Finally, madam, I want to remind you that your ferocity against President Gbagbo has crossed all limits, madam. Your masters went as far as asking their jesters of judges, to forbid people to call President Gbagbo President. They demanded that he be called Gbagbo. It's amazing, madam. And I watched you all the way through our discussion; you were extremely careful not to use the expression President Gbagbo, you only talked about Gbagbo. Yet you have the proof, madam, that this man is indeed the winner of the 2010 presidential elections in Ivory Coast. And it was you who had just told me that President Gbagbo had actually won the elections during the first round. Even your reaction at the court during the first appearance of President Gbagbo had confirmed this information that you gave me. As soon as President Gbagbo asked the judges to answer the question "Who won the elections?", you contested it violently, saying that you were not in court to know about who won the elections. Meanwhile Madam, if President Gbagbo is before your court, it is because according to your grotesque accusations, he would have lost the elections and would have refused to give up his position to dramane ouattara. How can you explain such relentlessness, madam?


Nyang Bensouda: (Sighing)


Youssouf: Do not worry, madam. Since you are committed to fasting and praying for me, I will come.


Nyang Bensouda: Thanks a million, Youssouf.


Youssouf: I have a message for President Gbagbo, madam.


Nyang Bensouda: Yes, Youssouf.


Youssouf: In a few days, it will be April 11, 2018. For this 7th anniversary of his assassination, call it failed if you want, I would like to send him all my love, and the love of all animals worthy of the African continent. I would also like, without usurping power, to send him also all the love of all worthy Africans.


Nyang Bensouda: I'll give him your message, Youssouf.


Youssouf: Goodbye, madam!


Nyang Bensouda: Goodbye, Youssouf!


Thus ends the discussion between the prosecutor fatou nyang bensouda and the perhaps next and final prosecution witness against President Laurent Gbagbo of Ivory Coast, a hostage of france at the court of shame in the Netherlands. Long live fatou nyang bensouda, the scum and shame of the 21st century Africa!


After this discussion with nyang bensouda, Youssouf launched into a soliloquy whose content is below:


Youssouf: I am convinced that this bribed will sit peacefully at the ICC, waiting naively for me to come and testify against the innocent Laurent Gbagbo, the President elect of my country Ivory Coast. What this treacherous woman, who is ready to sell a whole continent of nearly 2 billion people for 2 million dollars, does not know is that all of Africa, from men to trees of fields to animals, know that the real President of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo, and the real First Lady Simone Gbagbo, and several hundred true Ivorian patriots are dying in prison or in exile because france must gleefully loot Ivory Coast and the entire West African sub region.


This lady who is corrupt to the core does not know that if I agreed to go to the ICC, it would be exclusively to testify in favour of my President Gbagbo. But I found it useless to go because the ICC judges do not need people to support the President, they themselves know that the President is innocent. They have all the proofs of his innocence. Instead, they need prosecution witnesses, hoping there would be one, whose lies could miraculously turn into truth to give them the opportunity to condemn Africa through Gbagbo. Although I am sure that my refusal to go to the ICC will get me on the plates of dramane ouattara in the near future, I prefer this destiny, to enter into history in a good way as the Great General Dogbo Blé, and other real African patriots such as Damana Pickass and company, and the late Ben Soumahoro, died in exile. I will not go to the Punitive Indigenous Court.


With Youssouf's refusal to testify against President Gbagbo, the corrupt nyang bensouda, to still hope to sentence Mama's son, has only one real option left to her: To constitute herself as a prosecution witness against the President.


When Youssouf left nyang bensouda, he was greatly distressed and until sundown, he could not contain his anger or calm his emotions. He then returned to his arena, and spent the night fasting. He approached no heifer and no cow, and his sleep went from him. Then, at break of day, he got up and began to reflect on the long conversation he had had the day before with the representative of the executioners of President Gbagbo. Afterwards launched into a soliloquy in front of African sons and daughters, who, although not physically present at the moment of his speech, are in his imagination, and are indeed listening to him. Below is his speech:


God created the french man, and the french man created the African?


It is just as if God created the french man, and the french man created the African. The french are convinced of having created Africans; and as such, it is up to them, french, to decide which African should live and which African should die. And when they decide to kill Africans, they can choose to kill them by tens, or by hundreds, or by thousands, and are accountable to no one. That's why they slaughtered tens of thousands of people in Ivory Coast and no one even bats an eyelid. That's also why they slaughtered hundreds of thousands of people in Libya and no one bats an eyelid.


And among those Africans that they decide to let live, it's still them, the french, who decide who should be free, who should be in exile, and who should instead be in prison. That is why the elected President of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo, his wife and several of his ministers, and other Ivorian patriots, are either in prison or in exile, whereas it is established that they are all innocent, meanwhile there is huge evidence to support that they are all victims of the mafia of international crime led by france. But everyone seems resigned.


And when they decide to keep you in jail as they please, it's still them who decide the day of your release, even if the judges, feeling embarrassed by your unjustified presence in their jail cell, decide to release you. That is why even when the judges on the orders of the ICC wanted to release President Gbagbo on May 28, 2013 because they no longer knew why to continue to keep him in prison, france had blocked their decision, and ordered that President Gbagbo remains in prison, as revealed by the french newspaper Marianne.


And as these french are great abominable before the Lord, they take upon themselves to sodomise African children in dozens or hundreds, without a care in the world, since no one will ever do anything to them. Who can do what to a god? That's what the abominable french soldiers have done to African children in the Central African Republic (CAR) lately. They raped and sodomised little children, boys and girls, with the blessing of the mafia and criminal organisation called UN. Despite the plethora of evidence exhibited in front of cameras around the world, the wicked french racist judges dismissed the case. A way of telling the world that rape and sodomy of African children is not a problem, Africans being only objects that can be disposed of at will.


Africans, worthy daughters and sons of Africa, that's the truth. Can you dispute this truth? If yes, tell me what the President of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo, winner of the presidential elections of 2010, is doing in a pitiful prison at The Hague, in the Netherlands. Before you try to prove the contrary, tell me what the real first lady of Ivory Coast Simone Gbagbo, is doing in a pitiful cell of a gendarmerie camp in Abidjan in Ivory Coast, and help me understand the relevance of the dismissal in the case of sodomised children in CAR.


Africans, worthy daughters and sons of Africa, if you are convinced that your creators are these criminal french leaders who dispose of your lives as they want, then applaud and do nothing. And if you are convinced that you have never been a creature of some wretched criminal barbarians, then get yourselves ready to completely free yourselves from french slavery. You cannot continue to contemplate the french arrogance with a revolting passivity. Haven't you had enough? Aren't you fed up?


May God bless you!




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