Africans must boycott elections until the leaders speak the truth over Aids and Ebola medical crimes because the two diseases are bio-weapons against Africa
The incompetence of many African leaders has caused the downfall of Africa. Years after colonization, African leaders still can’t find the way to lift the continent from poverty and embark on developmental projects.
Even though slavery is long abolished Africans are still slaves to the developed world. They can’t make any good use of their resources. They only sit and watch Europeans, Americans and the Chinese enjoying our resources why they serve them as slaves in their own countries.
Many Africans in the Diaspora are willing to come back but the fear of going bankrupt and face difficulties in a continent corruption exceeds all factors keeps them from an investment.
It’s shocking that African leaders remain silent over medical crimes, such as Aids and Ebola deliberately inflicted on Africans. This is not intelligence at all, it rather shows how weak, powerless and incompetent African leaders are. Do African leaders have any protection for Africans at all?
Power-conscious African leaders solicit for votes with promises and lies, yet they don’t do anything significant for the people that queue long hours in the sun to cast their votes. Africans must boycott elections and demand an answer from their leaders over Aids and Ebola medical crimes in the continent by Europe and America.
Aids and Ebola are medical crimes used as bio-weapons to depopulate Africa. The African continent needs justice for those responsible for the medical crimes. Until the true origins of aids and Ebola are revealed and until African leaders ask Europe and America why they did that to Africa, Africans must boycott elections.
Africa, you’ve got the right to vote or not. Don’t let the threat of these stupid leaders who don’t care about you make you run and stand in the hot sun to vote for them. Boycott elections, Africa boycott elections. Yesterday was Aids, today is Ebola, what comes next? Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea boycott elections.