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 ?
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