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WHY DO THEY FEEL THE NEED TO DESPISE THOSE THEY CLAIM TO GOVERN? POURQUOI ÉPROUVENT-ILS LE BESOIN DE MÉPRISER CEUX QU’ILS PRÉTENDENT GOUVERNER ?

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    English version   Ali Bongo's recent visit to Port-Gentil has again come to communicate to us the almost congenital need that the Bongos have to trample on those they govern, combining the power of money with the power to impose humiliations on people; reassured that they embody authority, order, law and force; all the ingredients that make them feel like they have captured power for times to come.   The irreverent need to flatten people has long since taken precedence over decency and politeness; all this to celebrate a figure, Ali Bongo. They had to line people up in the rain, when they could have made them wait in the airport's lounge of honor. If these people had to line up outside, given the torrential rain, they could have lined them up in a tent. But no; these officials were lined up for hours, in the rain in Port-Gentil, without any protection, in a torrential rain. The Bongo regime asked these people to wait piously in the pouring rain for Ali Bongo, pr

AFTER NEARLY HALF A CENTURY IN POWER, HERE IS THE CONSIDERATION THAT THE BONGOS HAVE FOR THE GABONESE OFFICIALS! APRÈS PRÈS D’UN DEMI SIECLE AU POUVOIR, VOICI LA CONSIDÉRATION QUE LES BONGO POUR LES OFFICIELS DU GABON !

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THE BONGOS ARE OUT OF BREATH, IF GABON HAS TO OVERCOME, IT WOULD BE WITHOUT THEM! LES BONGO SONT ESSOUFLÉS, SI LE GABON DOIT S’EN SORTIR, CE SERA SANS EUX !

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    English version   Dear readers, as you have noticed, Ali Bongo, limping, has entered the campaign. He went to Port-Gentil, where a deterrent rain was waiting for him. But the question that any sensible person should ask themselves is what message Ali Bongo could still present today to the Gabonese and be listened to by them?   After 2009, with a barrel of oil, Gabon's main resource, at more than $100, the Ali Bongo’s regime had the room for maneuver to transform Gabon. But nothing was done. The country still imports all its basic necessities and exports only minerals and fossil fuels. What can Ali Bongo promise voters today?   Ali Bongo talks about diversifying the country's economic activities and getting out of the oil rent. But we see that the carbon rent wants to replace the oil rent. The logic remains the same: we go from one form of rental State to another. No in-house production!   Can Gabon find a new lease of life by continuing with the Bongos i

AT THE SIGHT OF ALI BONGO, THE RAIN INTESIFIED IN PORT-GENTIL ! À LA VUE D’ALI BONGO, LA PLUIE S’EST DILUVIENNISÉE À PORT-GENTIL !

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DID YOU KNOW THAT A 13-HECTARE PLOT OF LAND BY THE SEA IN PORT-GENTIL, WAS WORTH 20 MILLION EUROS ? SAVIEZ-VOUS QU’UN TERRAIN DE 13 HECTARES AU BORD DE LA MER À PORT-GENTIL, VALAIT 20 MILLIONS D’EUROS ?

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    English version   A company called Titane Constructions, led by the Frenchman Mehdi Hamel, has just called on the Common Court of Justice and Arbitration of Ohada, against Orabank in Gabon, for the auction of a 13-hectare plot of land estimated at nearly 20 million euros, or more than 13 billion CFA francs. That is, this land is worth 1 billion per hectare. Dear Gabonese, then they will tell you that your land is worthless!   Titane Constructions had acquired this land to participate in the plan to build 5000 homes per year launched in 2009 by Ali Bongo. Mehdi Hamel turned to Orabank Gabon, led at the time by Rose Kayi Mivedor, the current Togolese Minister of Investment Promotion. The two parties had then concluded in 2016 a loan of 3 million euros running over thirty-six months for the servicing and backfilling of the land.   But Ali Bongo's project being stillborn, the repayment of this loan did not follow and the bank launched in 2018 a tendering procedure o

THE GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA CASE CONFIRMS THAT GABON REMAINS IN THE MIDDLE AGES! L’AFFAIRE GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA NOUS CONFIRME QUE LE GABON RESTE AU MOYEN ÂGE !

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    English version   Imagine a former President of the National Assembly of France or the USA, forced to travel carrying on himself 2 million euros or dollars in his luggages, because he could not trust the banking system of the country whose parliament he led for two decades. No one would understand that; worse, in the West they would never tolerate this, at a time when cash is being replaced by virtual money (credit cards, electronic transfers by phones, cryptocurrencies). As usual, Africa is lagging far behind in the security of financial exchanges, as regimes want to control the movement of money and thus limit the financial capabilities of their adversaries.   In the West, a former President of the National Assembly is first and foremost a high clerk of the State, whose career is often prestigious, who will enjoy an often comfortable retirement and whose accounts can never be frozen under any pretext by a regime whose opinions he no longer shares.   In Gabon in pa

BERTRAND ZIBI-ABEGHE'S SHOCKING REVELATIONS DURING A RELIGIOUS SERVICE IN HIS BIRTH VILLAGE! LES REVÉLATIONS CHOCS DE BERTRAND ZIBI-ABEGHE, LORS D’UN SERVICE RELIGIEUX DANS SON VILLAGE NATAL !

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    English version   During a religious service in his native village of Bolossiville in Minvoul, Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe, speaking in Fang, made revelations that we leave to your appreciation.   1.Before his release, he would have received in prison the visit of Brice Oligui, the boss of the Republican Guards, who put before him a rather strange proposal. 2.Brice Oligui reportedly told him that Ali Bongo was offering him a deal: to have him appointed Vice-President of the Gabonese Republic, against a letter of apology from Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe to Ali Bongo; in which he would thank him and disavow himself. 3.As an aside, the regime offered him several billions CFA francs to make him forget the 6 years in prison. 4.Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe claims to have refused this offer because he knew that after writing this letter, it would be published in the entire press and he would be liquidated after being discredited. 5.Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe also revealed that he was neither Fran