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ISRAEL IS THE FIRST COUNTRY TO RELEASE RESULTS OF ITS COVID-19 VACCINATION CAMPAIGN! ISRAEL EST LE PREMIER PAYS À PUBLIER LES RÉSULTATS DE SA CAMPAGNE DE VACCINATION CONTRE LA COVID-19!

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    To read the original article in English click here     Traduction française     Israël avertit qu'une seule dose du vaccin Pfizer est `` moins efficace que nous l'espérions '' contre la COVID-19, et cela pourrait être un coup dur pour les stratégies américaines et britanniques     Le responsable israélien à la tête de la réplique contre le coronavirus dans ce pays, a averti qu'il observait un effet moindre qu'il ne l'espérait, après l’administration d’une dose du vaccin.   Ce pays a eu la distribution de vaccin le plus rapide au monde et, le 19 janvier, avait administré une première dose du vaccin Pfizer/BioNTech à 25,6% de sa population, selon la publication Our World.   Mais une mise en garde est venue de Nachman Ash, le commissaire israélien aux coronavirus, qui a déclaré à la radio de l'armée israélienne qu'une seule dose semblait être "moins efficace qu'on ne le pensait", selon The Guardian.  

LAURENCE NDONG SPEAKS! LAURENCE NDONG PARLE!

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ARE WE ALL BONGOISTS! SOMMES NOUS TOUS DES BONGOÏSTES ?

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    English version   Does Bongoïsm lie dormant in us? This is the question that many Gabonese are asking themselves, with regard to the collective behavior of Gabonese who, in their particular microcosms, tend to behave in the same manner as influential members of the regime in place do.   Gabon’s population is estimated at about 2 million. The country is rich in mineral resources. On paper, it is one of sub-Saharan Africa’s richest country on paper, due to its oil. These endowments should have made the Gabonese people very wealthy. Gabon should have by now become one of Africa’s undisputed success story.   However, 60 years after independence, Gabon, like a vehicle struggling to climb a hilly road, has yet to achieve its potential. Its governance is abysmal, and its population seems to have become a source of weakness, not strength. Is the behavior of Gabonese citizen, similar to that of the Bongo’s dictatorial regime? Are the Gabonese people acting as little dictato

MAGANGA MOUSSAVOU SPEAKS! MAGANGA MOUSSAVOU PARLE!

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ON THE ROAD TO MAKOKOU! SUR LA ROUTE DE MAKOKOU!

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THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR "THE TRUTH" WITHIN THE PDG HAS SPOKEN! LE RESPONSABLE DE « LA VÉRITÉ » AU SEIN DU PDG A PARLÉ !

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      English version   George Orwell published his book “1984”, in 1949. In this novel his describes a society ruled by “Big Brother,” whose government has four essential government ministries: the Ministry of Truth, the Ministry of Love, the Ministry of Peace, and the Ministry of Plenty.   In that system, the Ministry of Truth was responsible for education, entertainment, fine arts and the news. In that system, the slogan of the ruling party was: War is peace; Freedom is slavery; ignorance is strength!   In writing 1984, Orwell's main objective was to warn people of the serious danger totalitarianism posed to societies. In that book he demonstrated the terrifying degree of power and control a totalitarian regime can acquire and use in order to maintain its people subjugated.   People like Michel Philippe Nze of the PDG are the functionaries, the commissars of totalitarian regimes. He is the equivalent of the Minister of Truth in Orwell’s novel. Totalitarian

TO THOSE WHO WORK FOR A GABON THEY WOULD LIKE TO DO BETTER! À CEUX QUI TRAVAILLENT POUR UN GABON QU’ILS VOUDRAIENT MEILLEUR !

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      English version   On 12 September 1962, at Rice University in Houston, Texas, in the USA, in front of 40000 people; President John F. Kennedy gave a speech to explain to the American public the effort of his administration to reach the Moon. Below is the most important quote from that speech. We chose that quote because we believe that it can also be applied to what we are trying to do to rid Gabon of the Bongo regime and set the country toward a better future. Indeed, in this speech, JFK explained to his people why the United States had to go to the Moon “not because it was easy, but because it was difficult.     “We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we i