Criminal Politicians Enjoy Impunity

Salah Abdeslam

“Salah Abdeslam enjoys fame in prison despite his involvement in terrorism that has claimed the lives of many because Belgium has committed more serious crime both medically and politically in Africa than him.”

“Salah Abdeslam enjoys fame in prison despite his involvement in terrorism that has claimed the lives of many because Belgium has committed more crime both medically and politically in Africa than him.”

If a genuine law is practiced in every country in this world, including the United States of America, many politicians that have committed heinous crimes against humanity, would have been in jail to do the dirty works other prison inmates are doing.

As a matter of fact, many world leaders, including politicians have committed serious crimes against humanity but enjoy impunity because the dollar has power than the law.It’s shocking to read the medical crimes countries like America, Belgium, Holland, France committed against other people without any punishment today.

Like the politicians themselves, the world of the pharmaceutical or medicine manufacturing is so corrupt that they value the money more than the life of  human beings. Some of the crimes involved the using of people to carry out experiments. Even mentally retarded children are not spared. America used them experimentations.

For military defending purposes America has created many biological weapons including Aids and Ebola to use on Africans. Belgium used bioweapons Ebola in Congo and Mycotoxin in the Rwandan genocide. Britain used bioweapon Isosporiasis against enemies during war operations and since 1935, experiments have been carried out in the USA, Germany, and Holland to use Cytomegaloviruses which have been a predilection for affecting Black people.”

Apart from all those medical crimes America has created a lot of man-made diseases, including Cryptococcosis, Kaposi’s Sarcoma, Burkitt’s lymphoma etc. If insects also transmit HIV has been strongly disputed since 1985, especially by the USA government institutions but the epidemiological clinical and insect research facts confirm that HIV is spread by insects.

This is the reason some medical personnel and few scientists, including Holland’s micro-surgeon, Johan Van Dongen, believe that the Zika virus is being spread by special breed mosquitoes. I wasn’t surprised when Ricardo Veronesi: Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sao Paulo, Honorary President, Brazilian Society for Infectious Diseases. W.H.O. Consultant (Bacterial Diseases) said:

“Like of any other virus, is governed by multiple environmental factors, factors manifesting, themselves as being entirely different in the first and the Third World. That is why what seems improbable or impossible in major cities of the first world turns out to be possible in the Third World.” 

This is a statement that clearly defines the medical crimes against Third World Countries. If the whole world condemns terrorism because it destroys and kills, then the world with one voice should speak against the medical crimes America and other countries have inflicted on other people. Because they hate many have for the countries that commit such medical crimes against others is what leads to terrorism.

It’s shocking to read that during the recent bombings in Brussels’ airport and Metro stations, despite the number of people that lost their lives many are happy it happened. Why because Belgium is one of the smallest countries in Europe but it’s shocking to read the crime both medical and political this small country committed in Africa.

Above all, they erected a statue for a mad king that killed over ten million Africans in Congo, including women and children. The Belgian-born French national, Salah Abdeslam, even though has been captured, he is becoming more famous in prison than outside. Recently, he even received a letter from a lady who is interested in him.

This shouldn’t have happened because this man has committed a serious crime against humanity but because of the crimes Belgium has committed in the past and still not showing respect to other human beings many are happy and don’t care whatever happens to Belgium. This is something world leaders have to avoid because whenever terror strikes, it’s the innocent people that suffer not the government that is responsible.

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Bill Gates Africa Can Survive Without Your Chicken

Bill Gates depopulation program has failed

Bill Gates wants to cover up his shame by donating chicken to Third World Countries he couldn’t depopulate

To me, I see it as one of the disrespects to Africa, when I read about the Microsoft co-founder and global humanitarian launching a campaign on Wednesday to help impoverished families in sub-Saharan Africa raise chickens.

According to Gates raising and selling the birds can be an effective way to tackle poverty, because they are a good investment and are easy and inexpensive to take care of. Why now Mr. Gates?

Long before the White men came to Africa to be killed in large numbers by mosquitoes, Africans were surviving. Most of the ethnic conflicts and wars that took place in Africa were orchestrated by the West and America, just like how Belgium orchestrated the Rwanda genocide.

So to give Africans chicken saying that will alleviate poverty in Africa is a total hypocrisy because it is Europe that rendered Africa to such a deplorable state.

After all your efforts to depopulate Africa failed, including the Aids and Ebola medical crimes, you are now pacifying your soul to give Africans chickens? Wonders will never end.

In The Shoes Of Steve Biko: I Write What I Like

Steve Biko sacrificed his life to make what South Africa is today

Steve Biko was the father of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa. In 1977, while in custody, he was severely beaten to death.

During the Apartheid era, the Dutch government through legislation came up with laws that restricted the mixing of non-white South Africans and whites. World leaders, including Margaret Thatcher, the former British prime minister, and the foreign media kept sealed lips and watched the crimes, atrocities, discrimination, grim terror and repression against South Africans.

The saddest part of the story is the imprisonment of some of the ANC members, including Nelson Mandela for 27 years, at the notorious Robben Island prisons, for his efforts to end Apartheid in his country, and the brutal murder of Steve Biko, whose articles against Apartheid he named ‘I write what I like’ were considered a threat to national security.

Despite Mandela’s legacy in fighting apartheid and helping South Africa seek healing and forgiveness, nothing has changed significantly in South Africa and around the world in regards to racism and discrimination against blacks. During the Apartheid era the foreign media failed the entire Africa, including South Africans, history has repeated itself again as we see the incompetence of the foreign media again on African issues.

In journalism, the foreign media think there are certain facts about diseases, such as Aids, Ebola, Lassa fever etc, which needed to be hidden from the public, as a measure to protect the image of their country. America, Belgium, France, Holland etc, had a hand in the Aids and Ebola medical crimes against Africa, but they continue to enjoy impunity and the support of the foreign media.

Just imagine, Belgium is now at war against terrorism, fighting hard against crime, yet the media has failed to address Belgium as a country supporting crime. If there is no statue of Hitler for killing six million Jews, why should they erect a statue of a king that maimed and killed over 10 million Africans, including women and children? Are they not supporting crime? Journalism without integrity and honesty is similar to a country ruled by a corrupt politician. 

As an African writer, I take a serious look at the setbacks and flaws of the foreign journalism. When it comes to issues pertaining Africa, there is always partiality in the foreign journalism.They find it very hard to write the truth and it will always remain the same as long as they can’t write the truth of the origins of Aids and Ebola.

There are codes of ethics governing journalism but it’s completely abused. One can hold a degree or diploma in journalism, but once you are not obeying the rules of journalism, means you are not a qualified journalist. I like what I write even if it generates hate. That will not change my style of writing because I’m proud to be a true born African and I will continue to defend my continent against lies and injustice.

Life in Apartheid-Era South Africa

Manu Dibango: Expressing His Creativeness Through The Saxophone

The music of Manu Dibango

Manu Dibango is perhaps one of the world’s best jazz saxophonists. A true international superstar with a career starting from the 50’s.

Manu Dibango is perhaps one of the world’s best jazz saxophonists. A true international superstar with a career starting from the 50’s. At 15, he was sent to Paris to prepare for a professional career. He is a tireless globetrotting musician. Last year, he played for hundreds of fans at Mano-Mundo Festival in Belgium, and this year he was in Belgium again to play at Gent. He speaks about his passion for music.

Joel: As an African musician you have made such an enormous contribution to African music internationally. How do you feel about this achievement?

Manu: I’m glad I’m still in motion. I don’t think of my past achievements. The most important thing is what I’m going to do tomorrow. I’m happy I did what I did. Thanks be to God.

Joel: In 1972, your hit “Soul Makossa” stormed the world. Since then you are still on the music scene. What keeps you moving all these years?

Manu: Passion “La Passion” What I would want African youths to have is passion. Because if you have passion, you can easily accept suffering and when there is no passion, you have to try to cultivate it. If you can do that then you can really bring out the best of yourself.

Joel: In 1985, you raised funds for famine-stricken Ethiopia through your “Tam-tams for Ethiopia project” with Mory Kante and others. What do you feel about the present situation in Ethiopia?

Manu: Well, talking about Ethiopia is like talking about the whole continent. A month ago we played against AIDS and famine. We also played in Dakar. It is not only the music which is playing an important role on this issue of problems affecting Africa but the activities of doctors, sportsmen and journalists are also helping in various ways.

Joel: According to an international music magazine I read recently, you and the late Fela Anikulapo Kuti are among the world’s best saxophonists. How do you feel about this?

Manu: It’s nice to hear that. You know that one don’t play music just for the hours to pass. But you play music because you are in love with music and luckily if it happens that people like what I’m proposing, then I’m happy. Although music is business, yet you don’t start thinking about money from the initial stages when you are in music. First, propose to the people what they want and if they like it, then the money comes later.

Joel: Last year, I watched you playing at the Mano-Mundo festival when the frenzy crowd called for more song. What was your experience at that moment?

Manu: Well you can see that I’m still in motion. It happens that you share the music with the audience. That is the best happiness an artist can have. I’m not alone on stage but with a group of musicians. So the more the music is successful, the more the audience feel happy about the music. It’s the responsibility of an artist to make his fans happy. That is a proposition. I’m always talking about a proposition.

Manu 4The writer, Joel Savage interviews Manu Dibango

Joel: This question comes from one of your fans who lives in the United States of America. He said I must ask you the reason you do always play in Africa and Europe but not in the USA.

Manu: If they want me there, I will be there. I go to every country that wants Manu. I have management and those who want me to play contact my management. I have played in Canada and some parts of South America. I live in America for two years in the 70’s. The most important thing is they love my music.

Discover the interviews of some of your favourite musicians in ‘The Passion Of Reggae And African Music. https://goo.gl/INF751

30 Minutes With Andrew Tosh : Son Of The Great Peter Tosh


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Andrew Tosh on stage. Photo credit- Joel Savage
                                 There is magic in music, it heals, consoles, inspires, and even has the voice to speak to us if you listen carefully. On the road of agony, growing in dangerous and hard environments, reggae music was the only tool many Africans lived on to pass through the turmoils of life successfully.
                                   Music like ‘Stand Firm’ by Peter Tosh, ‘Born To Win’ by Jimmy Cliff, ‘Give Thanks and Praises’ by Bob Marley, ‘Black Heart Man’ by Bunny Wailer’ etc, are some of the songs we depended on to prevent us getting into trouble with the determination to succeed in life.
                                  There were many great musicians that started early in Jamaica. Desmond Decker, John Holt, Toots and the Maytals, Culture, Burning Spear, etc, but I can’t explain how Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff and Bunny Wailer did it as if they were the only musicians in Jamaica that time.

                                  Once you like the father, you will like the son, the reason I was very glad when I met both Andrew Tosh and Julian Marley in Antwerp.  It all started during the summer holiday festivals in Antwerp, Belgium. I have missed many festivals and interviews because the festivals take place while on holidays in Africa. This time, luck was on my side, among other artists to perform was Andrew Tosh.

                                    I have heard many times, people saying that Jamaican musicians are  snobbish and have no interest in Africans, but that’s not true. I have enjoyed every minute of meeting famous Jamaican musicians. They are respectable, friendly and story-tellers.
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One of Andrew Tosh’s fans takes a photograph with him. Photo credit: Joel Savage
                         Andrew told me much about how he was influenced by his father. His father thought him how to play the piano while very young. Like every child, Andrew enjoyed his father, but quite sad over the pain and brutalities his father went through at the hands of the so-called law, while they ignored the crimes tearing the society apart.
                         “If you’re great, all eyes are on you. You’ll have both lovers and enemies. The goal of the enemies is to break you down physically and spiritually but Peter wasn’t an easy person to submit to that breakdown. He was one of the living great musicians in his time. The reason as a tribute I wrote ‘He Never Died.’
                          Yes! Andrew played ‘He Never Died’ for his father. For the rest of the conversation, I had with Andrew Tosh and other artists such as Luciano, you can read it in the book ‘The Passion Of Reggae and African music available at Amazon.

Why I Will Not Sell My Blog For Money

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We often hear that: The pen is mightier than the sword, truth is bitter than the bile etc. These sayings are true. I just love to write but never aware that many of my articles are like a sharp arrow piercing through the flesh of the ‘Evildoers.’

On April 16, 2016, I posted an article entitled  ‘Why I Stopped Writing For Diplomatic Aspects Newspaper.’ The article was about“Holland’s Professor Johan Van Dongen Challenging Belgium’s Scientist Guido van der Groen over the origins of Ebola, which was submitted to the editor of Diplomatic Aspects Newspaper and the article was published.

Unknowing after the publication, Belgium’s fears of reprisal and exposure of the truth over the two tied diseases, secretly contacted the editor without my knowledge to remove the article from the web. This is a significant evidence that an article can make bad people in our society uncomfortable. Yes, some articles sting more than the scorpion.

I have received many messages from Google alert, Facebook and other apps I have registered people trying to crawl or hack into my blog. Why are they making such efforts to enter my blog? Because this blog has certain  articles from the Dutch Microsurgeon and scientist Johan Van Dongen and writer Joel Savage which are making those in the corrupt health sectors and some politicians uncomfortable. Our articles are revealing too much of certain facts which supposed to be secret or confidential documents.

I can’t count the number of times I’ve changed my password, trying to secure and protect my blog against those unseen cyber thieves and rogues. Now that we know (Johan Van Dongen and Joel Savage) we shall continue to make life harder and uncomfortable for them. Even though I’ve no penny in my pocket, I will not sell my soul for money.

If you fear to die, the reason you wouldn’t like to speak against injustice, corruption, crime, including Aids and Ebola crimes, death will find you where ever you’ve hidden to take you away. Die in truth and dignity not in lies and hypocrisy. That’s our (Johan Van Dongen and Joel Savage) philosophy.

The Men Called Intrepid: Johan Van Dongen And Joel Savage

HIV 7A new aggressive strain of the HIV virus has been discovered in West Africa, and researchers say the recombinant virus can progress from infection to illness (AIDS) in just about five years.

BIOGRAPHY OF MICROSURGEON JOHAN VAN DONGEN

If the achievement of man is measured by truth, Johan Van Dongen would have been one of the most famous scientists or microsurgeons in the world, but because we live in a society whereby politicians drink and eat with a brood of vipers, Dongen is now an enemy.

Professor Johan Van Dongen is a Dutch microsurgeon, who found out after forty years of research that Aids and Ebola were man-made diseases or laboratory engineered as bio-weapons and tested on Africans to depopulate the continent.

This is a secret to the common man on the street but top scientists, World Health Organization, Center for Diseases Control, world leaders, politicians and countries like America, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France etc, that played a role in those medical crimes knew about it.

The Dutch Government wasn’t expecting Dongen to publish his findings as books because, for decades, it has been the task of world leaders to cover up those heinous medical crimes. Then aftermath of revealing the truth about the diseases, Dongen was dismissed as a lecturer at the University of Maastricht, Holland.

THE BIRTH AND LIFE OF JOHAN VAN DONGEN

johan-10Microsurgeon and scientist Johan Van Dongen 

Johan van Dongen was born on May 15, 1946, to a very poor family in the southern part of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, during one of the coldest days in that time of the year. His father was a salesman who deals in second-hand clothes.

After the destruction of Rotterdam during the Second World War, his father returned home from Germany after nine months. Like many sons, Johan didn’t agree with his father, because he often abused and hit his mother and all his children. Eventually, he became an alcoholic after the war.

At the age of four, Johan who couldn’t cope with the regime and domination faced many obstacles at school. Within no time after several severe incidents, the authorities threw him out of school with the message: “We will see him back at the age of six.”

At secondary school, Johan enjoyed his education due to a good female teacher teaching him. The problems started in the third grade with a new teacher. This teacher couldn’t cope with Johan’s intelligence and probing manners. Within some few months, he was dismissed from school for the second time. Yet still, he managed to pass all his exams to the next grades.

Due to the poorness of Johan’s family, the Protestant Pastor paid his family a visit and told his parents that the family had to baptize him to get rid of the poverty. So at the age of seven Johan was baptized likeJohn the Baptist baptizing Jesus, with the holy words from the pastor: “Johan is a boy with a message and vision but the only thing in his mind is food.”

Johan managed to stay at work for six months in a row, and during the strongest winter ever since, he started a new job as a bicycle boy and worked for two years in poultry shop. In 1963 – he started another work in butchery shop at the Northern Island of Rotterdam and after three years, he received his butcher’s certificate.

1964 – Skilled and experienced Johan was appointed as a chief in charge of a poultry annex butchery shop for four years at the age of seventeen. The skills at the latter place impressed his boss, who advised him to become a surgeon. At the peak of his career, something terrible happened to Johan. His father disappeared without showing up again.

Because of that event, Johan as the elder son became head of the family, taking care of
six younger brothers and a twenty-year-old physically disabled brother. Under this heavy load, Johan worked as a butcher at the poultry.

In 1969 – At the age of twenty-three Johan was appointed as a laboratory animal keeper at the Department of General Surgery in the basements of the Dijkzigt Hospital in Rotterdam, part of the Erasmus University. Because of his experience with dead animals and as a butcher he knew a lot about the anatomy of animals.

1969 – 1976 – During a period of six years Johan studied the professions of: Laboratory Animal Keeper and Animal Technology at the University of Leiden The Netherlands and graduated in 1973. From May 1972 till 1976 – Johan studied Experimental Microsurgery at the Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands and graduated in May 1976.

In 1972, during a weekly laboratory meeting, Johan van Dongen heard one of his professors’ saying: “Cytomegalovirus CMV.  That dangerous virus could be a cross between flu and a herpes virus, built into a bacterium and then it looks like protozoa.”

The words of Professor Dr. D.L. Westbroek, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, never left Johan, because, during his forty-two years of investigation into the origin of Ebola and AIDS-causing viruses, he met the same conclusion. Johan discovered that those microorganisms were tested predominantly on black people in concentration camps and Africa.
In a monomaniac circumstance, Johan investigated the role of the medical, pharmacological and military presence of foreign countries in Africa and what they were doing in their bio-warfare plants in the African Jungle and why several outbreaks of horrific diseases took place.

Johan’s knowledge about medical crimes in Africa was a turning point in his career. He started to fight and went to court six times which lasted for five years. After his dismissal, according to the judge because of inconsistent mood, Johan decided to give his life for the cause of Africa. He  didn’t only lost his job and house but also all his money for paying his lawsuits which brought him into relative poverty.

“I am satisfied that I fought a good battle, a battle of truth. My conscience is clear and never regrets of what I went through. I feel very sorry for those who committed the crimes, covered it up and subjected me to such an ordeal. If there is God, then may God have mercy upon their souls.”

BIOGRAPHY OF WRITER AND JOURNALIST JOEL SAVAGE

Joel Savage is an African-Belgian journalist living and working in Antwerp since the year 2000. He was the first African journalist to enter into the notorious Stuivenberg Hospital in Antwerp to investigate the high abnormal death of Africans at the hospital.

It was a period Africans living in Antwerp were scared to visit the hospital because patients with a common leg injury, don’t come back alive after consultation. There was something sinister going on of which the African community believe that Africans were deliberately killed to satisfy the demand of people in the queue for an organ transplant.

What alerted Joel’s consciousness to accept the challenge of doing the investigation is, he witnessed a demonstration of Albanians on the same issue because an Albanian mysteriously lost his life at the same hospital.

The other fact is historical. King Leopold II of Belgium maimed and killed over 10 million Africans, including women and children, yet Belgium named streets after him, above all built his statue as an honor. Which person in his right mind will do such a thing when there is no statue of Adolf Hitler for killing six million Jews?

The whole world witnessed the brutal murder of Patrice Lumumba in Congo, by Belgium, the fact that they lost the country as a colony through independence. Don’t forget about the Rwanda genocide which Belgium was responsible. (You can read about this in the book called ‘The Shadow Of The Sun’ by Polish writer and journalist Ryzard Kapucinski.) With such evidence revealing that Belgium doesn’t value the life of an African, I believed the story of the Africans. Indeed, the hospital is deliberately killing Africans for body organs.

After my investigation, I published the book in Africa as ‘An African in Antwerp’ and some years later, I updated it and published it in America as ‘Little Boygium-Wonderful Experience.’ One of the directors of The City of Antwerp, called Els Bruyndonc was furious over the publication calling it stupid.

According to her, the husband is a journalist and wouldn’t publish such a stupid thing. I replied: Your husband is a journalist but not an African. Crimes committed against Africans in Antwerp are never seen in any Belgium newspapers.

Aftermath the publication, fear gripped Antwerp. They thought the African community would attack the hospital, so they quickly sent police to protect the place. They were there for over two weeks. During their presence, I disguised myself and visited the hospital thrice, to see if I can get ample information from the conversation of the workers and the police, the place was quiet.

The shocking part of the story is, even though they called my publication stupid, the high death rate suddenly fell, making Stuivenberg one of the safest hospitals for foreigners. However, there are few Africans today, as soon as you mention the hospital’s name, cold waves run through their spine. They keep away from Stuivenberg Hospital.

THE BIRTH AND LIFE OF JOEL SAVAGE

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Joel Savage was born in Cape Coast, the central region of Ghana, on January 19, 1957, to Justin Savage, a veteran journalist, and television producer, and Nancy Hudson (Savage) a professional seamstress. He had his secondary school education at Ebenezer Secondary School and Accra High School. In 1985, while working in Freetown, Sierra Leone, he became a naturalized citizen, therefore losing his nationality as a Ghanaian.

His father’s influence propelled his flair for writing at a very tender age. At school, he wrote numerous articles for publication. After school, he followed a course at the Ghana Institute of Journalism to acquire more experience and writing skills. As a freelance writer, he wrote feature articles for the Daily Graphic, Ghanaian Times and The Weekly Spectator for a certain period.

He became a naturalized Belgian citizen in 2008. He is now a prolific writer and accredited press card holding member of the Vlaamse Journalisten Vereniging-Flemish Journalists Association. With his wife and three sons living in Antwerp, Joel writes regularly online. He has published seven books and working on new projects.

Joel teamed up with his best friend Johan Van Dongen to write the English version of ‘Aids and Ebola, the greatest crime in medical history against mankind.’