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THE CIVIL SOCIETY IN SUPPORT OF THE FAMILIES OF THE KILLED CHILDREN. LA SOCIÉTÉ CIVILE EN SOUTIEN AUX FAMILLES DES ENFANTS DISPARUS

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AGAIN, AN ECONOMIC FEAT BY ALI BONGO. ENCORE UN EXPLOIT ÉCONOMIQUE D’ALI BONGO

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NEWS OF BGFI. DES NOUVELLES DE LA BGFI

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THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE FIGHT AGAINST RITUAL CRIMES SPEAKS. L’ASSOCIATION DE LUTTE CONTRE LES CRIMES RITUELS (ALCR) S’EXPRIME

PRESS RELEASE OF THE PARTI SOVEREIGNTISTS-ECOLOGISTS. COMMUNIQUÉ DU PARTI SOUVERAINISTES-ÉCOLOGISTES

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ORGAN TRAFFICKING HAS INFILTRATED ALL THE WAY INTO THE LARGEST MATERNITY WARD OF THE COUNTRY. LE TRAFIC D’ORGANES S’EST INFILTRÉ JUSQUE DANS LA PLUS GRANDE MATERNITÉ DU PAYS

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LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE ANALYTICAL OBSERVATIONS OF THIS COMPATRIOT. ÉCOUTEZ ATTENTIVEMENT LES OBSERVATIONS ANALYTIQUES DE CE COMPATRIOTE

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THE SILENT MARCH OF THE RESISTANCE. LA MARCHE SILENCIEUSE DE LA RESISTANCE

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HERE IS HOW THEY PLUNDER GABON. VOICI COMMENT ILS PILLENT LE GABON

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AN EXCELLENT INTERVIEW. UNE EXCELLENTE INTERVIEW

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IT IS CERTAINLY THE PEOPLE WHO WRITE ON SOCIAL NETWORKS, BLOGS AND IN THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS, WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS SITUATION IN GABON. CE SONT CERTAINEMENT LES GENS QUI ÉCRIVENT SUR LES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX, LES BLOGS ET DANS LA PRESSE INTERNATIONALE, QUI CAUSENT CETTE SITUATION AU GABON

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THE PRICE OF OIL BARREL IS ON THE INCREASE SINCE MARCH, BUT GABON’S RATING IS FALLING NEVERTHELESS! LE PRIX DU BARIL DE PÉTROLE EST LA HAUSSE DEPUIS MARS, MAIS LA NOTATION DU GABON DÉGRINCOLE NÉANMOINS !

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Dear readers, there is a strange asymmetric effects being observed in the Gabonese economy. Since March 2018, the price of oil has been on the increase, with today price being nearly 70 dollar the barrel. In the same time, the Gabonese credit rating has been plunging. Since Gabon gets most of its revenues from oil, one would have expected that high oil prices would indicate more revenue for the treasury and thus more confidence in the Gabonese credit worthiness by ratings agencies. But no, it is the opposite. How does the government explains this?

We will not give up!





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Chers lecteurs, il y a des effets asymétriques étranges observés dans l'économie gabonaise. Depuis mars 2018, le prix du baril de pétrole est en hausse, avec aujourd'hui un prix proche de 70 dollars. Dans le même temps, la côte de crédit du Gabon a dégringolée. Puisque le Gabon tire la majorité de ses revenus du pétrole, on aurait pu s'attendre à ce que les prix élevés du pétrole…

LAURENCE NDONG SPEAKS. LAURENCE NDONG S’EXPRIME

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ANOTHER FEAT BY THE REGIME. UN AUTRE EXPLOIT DU RÉGIME

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WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE DOWNGRADING OF ECONOMIC RATING FOR A COUNTRY. QUELLES SONT LES CONSÉQUENCES DE L’ABAISSEMENT DE LA NOTATION ÉCONOMIQUE POUR UN PAYS

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A country’s credit rating is important because that is the mechanism by which the cost of borrowing is determined for that country.
1. The downgrading of a country rating indicates that the country is failing economically and thus the country needs to borrow more money to stay afloat.
2. The downgrading of a country rating makes the cost of borrowing higher and therefore causes that country to further go into debt and thus unable to pay back that debt.
3. The downgrading of a country’s rating makes lowers business and investor confidence; which means that it raises interest rates for everyone who borrows; it undermines the value of its currency, and roils back its stock and bond markets. In essence, this dramatically worsens that nation’s already difficult economic circumstances.
That’s the situation of Gabon.
We will not give up!





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La cote de crédit d'un pays est importante parce que c'est le mécanisme par lequel le coût d'emprunt est déterminé pou…

ANOTHER ECONOMIC FEAT TO PUT IN ALI BONGO’S ACCOUNT. UNE AUTRE PROUESSE ÉCONOMIQUE À METTRE À L’ACTIF D’ALI BONGO

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IT IS CERTAINLY THE PEOPLE WHO WRITE ON SOCIAL NETWORKS, BLOGS AND IN THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS, WHO CAUSE THE SHORTAGE OF DRINKING WATER IN GABON. CE SONT CERTAINEMENT LES GENS QUI ÉCRIVENT SUR LES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX, LES BLOGS ET DANS LA PRESSE INTERNATIONALE, QUI CAUSENT LA PÉNURIE D’EAU POTABLE AU GABON

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SOME NEWS ABOUT THE ELECTORALISTS. QUELQUES NOUVELLES DES ÉLECTORALISTES

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IT IS CERTAINLY SOCIAL NETWORKS THAT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SITUATION OF THE AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL OF LEBAMBA. CE SONT CERTAINEMENT LES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX QUI SONT RESPONSABLES DE L’ÉTAT DU LYCÉE AGRICOLE DE LÉBAMBA

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QUESTIONS FOR MR. GUY-BERTRAND MAPANGOU. QUESTIONS POUR MONSIEUR GUY-BERTRAND MAPANGOU

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The parents of the missing youth of the CES of Akébé noticed that their children did not return to their homes on the evening of 25 May 2018.
These parents immediately went to their school, to police stations, hospitals, to the hot areas of the city where young people can go to spend leisure time. No one could tell them where these children were, and no one told them that young people had succumbed to drowning on the beach. In Gabon all is known and if a mass drowning had occurred, someone would have said that they had heard that children had been found drowned by the sea. Nothing!
It was only a few days later that the school officials told them to go to the mortuaries, specifically to Gabosep. How did these school leaders know that the children were dead, if no one was talking about it, and that Gabosep was where the bodies were?
Between May 25, 2018 and June 10, 2018, 16 days, two weeks and two days, the Gabonese government said nothing.
Mr. Guy Bertrand-Mapangou, did the…

NO MR. GUY-BERTRAND MAPANGOU, WE ONLY WANT FOR OUR COUNTRY TO BE BETTER. NON MONSIEUR GUY-BERTRAND MAPANGOU, NOUS VOULONS SIMPLEMENT QUE NOTRE PAYS SOIT MEILLEUR

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Guy Bertrand-Mapangou, the Gabonese minister of Communication, said in a press conference that people on social networks, blogs and some international press were tarnishing the image of Gabon by talking about the recent killing of many children.
Mr. Guy Bertrand-Mapangou, are the people writing on social networks, blogs and the international press, responsible for the fact that since 2009, more than 200 rituals killings have been registered in Gabon and not a single person has been found to be responsible for any of the murders?
Mr. Guy Bertrand-Mapangou, did the people writing on social networks, blogs and the international press, prevent activists from marching in Libreville against ritual crimes, as did your government?
Mr. Guy Bertrand-Mapangou, did the people writing on social networks, blogs and the international press, hide the discovery of human organs found at a Libreville’ secondary establishment, by declaring that these organs were pachyderm meat?
Mr. Guy Bertran…

IT IS VERY CLEAR THAT GUY-BERTRAND MAPANGOU WANTS TO HIDE RITUAL CRIMES. IL EST TOUT À FAIT ÉVIDENT QUE GUY-BERTRAND MAPANGOU VEUILLE ÉTOUFFER LES CRIMES RITUELS

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FOR OUR DEAD. POUR NOS MORTS !

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Poem by Baou Issa from the collection: "The Colors of My Earth"

Vampires Vs Saints (Contrast)

The circle meets during the night In the absence of light These are the vampires drinking blood They empty the body of all its hemoglobin The person dies, another takes their life They live by drinking the blood of the innocent
A marabout, a magician or a witch doctor Friend and protector of dictatorships Recommend to Mobutu (African dictator) To drink a glass of human blood The ugly Bantu drinks human blood Illness and dust cover his soul His palace is ransacked in Kinshasa And his relatives abandon him
The assembly meets during the day In the presence of the sun The assembly of saints This is the assembly of newborn children She forms a body of which Christ is the head The saint fills his cup with song To the glory of he who gives life To the multitude





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Poème de Baou Issa tiré du recueil : « Les Couleurs de ma Terre »


Vampires Vs Saints (Contraste)

Le cercle se rencontre pen…

MOODY’S AGENGY DOWNGRADES GABON’S RATING. L’AGENCE DE NOTATION MOODY’S ABAISSE LA NOTE DU GABON

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The financial press informs us that Moody’s rating agency has downgraded the Government of Gabon’s issuer and senior unsecured debt ratings to Caa1 from the previous B3 citing the government's heightened liquidity pressures and continued institutional weaknesses.
The rating downgrade is underpinned by continuing government arrears to creditors and suppliers which point to heightened government liquidity pressures and denote institutional weaknesses. Persistant arrears also risk delaying critical financial support from the official sector, in turn exacerbating existing liquidity pressures.
However, Moody’s assessment is that the government’s challenging fiscal and liquidity positions with arrears likely to persist are balanced by likely continued IMF financial support as the government’s debt will remain sustainable according to the IMF’s framework.
Concurrently, Moody’s has lowered Gabon’s local currency and foreign currency long-term bond and deposit ceilings to B1 fr…

ANOTHER STATE LIE. ENCORE UN MENSONGE D’ÉTAT

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Ali Bongo has finally sent his Attorney General to come to sell to the Gabonese public a ridiculous story that we can disassemble in a few questions.
1. Ali Bongo’s Attorney General said: on June 6, 2018, the Judicial Police went to the morgue of Gabosep for verification of information that bodies of children were there. The Gabosep officials told them that they had, on request of the Judicial Police, proceeded to the removal of 3 bodies of children on the beach of Tropicana, on May 26, 2018 between 10 am and 5 PM.
This blog reveals the serious anomaly that follows: Ali Bongo’s Attorney General said that on May 26, 2018, it is at the request of the Judicial Police that Gabosep went to collect these bodies. But a few days later, according to the same Attorney General, on June 6, 2018, it is still the same Judicial Police that went to ask the people of Gabosep if they had received bodies of children who had drowned at the Tropicana. We are almost tempted to laugh because th…

MORE THAN EVER, WE MUST RESIST. PLUS QUE JAMAIS, NOUS DEVONS RÉSISTER

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Dear readers, today, one of Ali Bongo's advisers, one Yann Daguino Wora, intervened on the web, and maybe in Gabonese state-run media, claiming that only 2 children have drowned. You would have understood that this compatriot's mission is to participate in infusing misinformation that would serve to ensure that the case goes nowhere.
But this Ali Bongo’s adviser was quickly taken on by compatriots of the resistance and our contacts, who directly could highlight evidence of more than 3 deaths identified and many families claiming to having lost a child in this tragedy.
Mothers testified to what they were told by the heads of the school attended by these children. It also turns out that the school records of some of these children had already disappeared from this school.
Dear readers, why would one of Ali Bongo's advisers spread misinformation to guide the Gabonese on a wrong track? What is he trying to hide?
Dear readers, this is why our resistance should oppose…

THE TESTIMONY OF THE MOTHER OF ONE OF THE VICTIMS (2). LE TÉMOIGNAGE DE LA MÈRE D’UNE DES VICTIMES (2)

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THE TESTIMONY OF THE MOTHER OF ONE OF THE VICTIMS. LE TÉMOIGNAGE DE LA MÈRE D’UNE DES VICTIMES

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THE APPALLING SILENCE OF THE GOOD GABONESE PEOPLE. LE SILENCE ÉPOUVANTABLE DES BONS CITOYENS GABONAIS

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Dear readers, given what is going on in Gabon, will our parents and our own generations have to repent not only for the evil and deeds of the bad people who govern us, but also and most importantly for the appalling silence of the good people making up our population.
Dear readers, let us ask ourselves: “why am I remaining silent? Are the crimes and injustices going on around me and my family not affecting me?
Centuries ago, in fact just a few generations back, slave owners and colonizers went to church on Sunday morning, then beat or raped Africans on Sunday evening. Were there opposing voices within the church at that time? No, the church was for slavery and colonization.
But are you and I any better than these colonizers and the church that enable them to do their deed? Are you condemning the crimes and injustices in Gabon? Think broadly here; beyond a wrong done to a person, this blog thinks that it is also an injustice when a person or a family is suffering and that w…

WE RECOGNIZE THIS METHOD THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN USED AGAINST THE VICTIMS OF 31 AUGUST 2018. NOUS RECONNAISSONS LA MÉTHODE QUI A DÉJÀ ÉTÉ UTILISÉE CONTRE LES VICTIMES DU 31 AOUT 2018

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Dear readers, as the compatriot in the video above confirms, the news that the bodies of the children who "allegedly" drowned at a beach in Libreville, have materialized "as if by magic" in funeral homes of Libreville, without people remembering who took them there; is correct. This time again, the owners of the funeral home have disappeared when asked to account. Is it reasonable? Is this normal? Unfortunately, this situation is not new!
Already in 2016, many corpses of Gabonese citizens who had been shot dead were taken to the same funeral homes and every time families asked the services of these homes to tell them how the bodies ended up there, they were are always met with stonewalling: "we do not know, I was not in service, the bodies were not registered so we do not know how they arrived in the cold rooms, you must ask the boss but he is on mission abroad "; etc.
Dear readers, in both cases, it is our opinion that the perpetrators of th…

THIS IS WHY SOCIAL NETWORKS MUST EFFECTIVELY ASSIST THE GABONES PEOPLE. VOICI POURQUOI LES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX DOIVENT ÉPAULER EFFICACEMENT LE PEUPLE GABONAIS

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Dear readers,
Listen carefully to what this parent says in his intervention on TV5: without internet and social networks, the death of these children would have been completely ignored, since in Gabon, no official authority speaks about it: no one from the national education, nor the government, nor the security forces and the state press. It is an absolute blackout.
Dear readers, are we so stupid that this regime thinks it can make us accept that more than 10 children can drown simultaneously without anyone knowing what happened, without witnesses, without any other child who would come to say that yes the children were swept away by a gigantic wave.
Another thing: if the regime is innocent, would it not gain to shed light on this case in a transparent way? Why this blackout?
Dear readers, we persist and affirm: this is a mass murder perpetrated against these children for fetishistic purposes. The culprits are the same who have roamed in Gabon forever.
Dear readers, if you …

AFTER THE 99.99% OF TURN OUT IN HAUT-OGOOUÉ, THEY WANT US TO BELIEVE IN A MASS DRAWNING OF MORE THAN 16 CHILDREN. APRÈS LE TAUX DE PARTICIPATION DE 99,99% DU HAUT-OGOOUÉ, ON VEUT NOUS FAIRE CROIRE À UNE NOYADE DE MASSE DE PLUS DE 16 ENFANTS

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Mass drowning is an extremely rare phenomenon. This blog has asked the first aid services of various countries to give us statistics. In France and Spain, where there is a strong tourist activity, mass maritime drownings are unknown. When there are two people who are drowning simultaneously, it is often the maximum and this happens sometimes when there are severe weather conditions that cause currents that can carry one or two people to the open sea. But for a drowning of more than 10 people at a time to happen, the specialists told us that it takes a tsunami or that these people be passengers in a boat that capsizes off the coast.
Dear readers, as far as we know, the missing children were in no way passengers of a boat and there was no tsunami in Gabon. Moreover, we are told that these children drowned in the Tropicana, a place well known as a location that the perpetrators of ritual crimes often target to get rid of the bodies of their victims, knowing that the place i…