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Messenger: Brahlic646 Sent: 2/18/2019 10:42:11 AM

Some Reasoning

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 2/18/2019 2:07:10 PM

Messenger: Brahlic646Sent: Today 3:42:11 PM
Some Reasoning

Messenger: Nesta1 Sent: 2/19/2019 2:23:48 AM


“So they bribing with their guns, spare parts and money, trying to belittle our integrity now. They say what we know is just what they teach us and we're so ignorant 'cuz every time they can reach us through political strategy they keep us hungry and when you gonna get some food, your brother got to be your enemy” – Bob Marley & the Wailers

“Would you let the system make you kill your brotherman? No, Dread, no! Would you make the system get on top of your head again? No, Dread, no! The biggest man you ever did see was - was just a baby” – Bob Marley & the Wailers

The CIA and its demonic affiliates continue to this day their long-established practice of distributing guns "on the house" throughout Africa and manipulating every division they can identify to foment violence and destabilization on the Continent. And still so many of us Africans continue let them co-opt us into serving as the bloody hands for implementing Babylon’s wickedness, greed and oppression. Why? Are we that enamored of their guns and their Hollywood violence? O We of little faith.



Bill Corcoran in Cape Town

The nature of armed conflict in Africa is rapidly changing, a new study that annually catalogues all reported instances of political violence and conflict across the continent has claimed.
The report released by the University of Sussex-based Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (Acled), maintained large-scale military engagements in Africa are being replaced by smaller, violent encounters involving multiple stakeholders.
“The overall patterns are clear: battles and large-scale wars are on the decline, as they have been for quite some time,” stated Acled’s Conflict Trends: Real-Time Analysis of African Political Violence report.
The study says that “multiple co-existing agents” such as local militias, protesting civil society organisations, external groups such as [CIA-sponsored] Islamic State seeking local partners, and rebel groups, are taking the place of official state-run armies as the main actors in many violent conflicts.
“These groups may use similar forms of violence [to traditional armies] – including attacking civilians, bombing, clashing with security forces, rioting – but they are distinct in their goals,” the report maintained.

Forceful approach

However, African governments still adopt a forceful approach to maintaining power, as Acled revealed that about 34 per cent of incidents in 2016 involved state-sponsored or aligned forces, which is high compared to its findings in recent years.
In terms of the most violent places in Africa in 2016, Libya, Nigeria, Somalia and South Sudan are still the continent’s major crisis areas.
The four north African countries have experienced significantly more violence and fatalities than anywhere else, accounting for 33 per cent of all violent conflict in Africa last year, stated the study.
Of those crises, Somalia remains the most active, having almost three times the violence levels of the three other countries, which each had approximately 740 armed, organised events last year.
“In effect, Somalia’s violence is equal to the combined violence of Libya, South Sudan and Nigeria,” said the report.
Yet the fatality data Acled has pulled together also shows that Somalia’s incidents of conflict are less fatal. Nigeria has the highest death ratio at more than 6.0 fatalities per event, compared to 2.5 per event in Somalia, 4.5 for South Sudan and close to 4.0 per event in Libya.

Civilian targets

Other striking differences between two of the crises relate to the targets of the violence. In Nigeria, those killed are overwhelmingly civilians rather than soldiers who die in battles, while the Libyan conflict appears to avoid direct targeting of civilians.
The number of active violent groups in two of the four worst countries has also increased dramatically. Last year there were 66 violent groups in Libya, more than double the number that existed in 2013, whereas in Nigeria the number has gone from 53 to 93 over 12 months and is attributed to sectarian violence.
The number of violent groups in Somalia (156) and South Sudan (69) has decreased slightly from last year, stated the report.
Under-reported crises also constituted a large proportion of violence across African states in 2016. These include the governance crisis in Burundi, the ongoing wars in Sudan, Ethiopia’s protesting and conflict, and the increasing violence activity throughout Mozambique.
“The political nature of these low-level conflicts is such that, unless political solutions to the crises are found, violence is likely to persist or to escalate in the near future . . . particularly in Burundi and Mozambique,” said Acled’s researchers.
Mozambique went from 19 violent incidents in 2015 to 92 in 2016. While conflict between armed groups declined in Burundi, that development simply reflects the changing dynamics of the country’s violence, said the researchers.
“Rather than seeking direct confrontation, government forces and armed militias widely resorted to violence against unarmed civilians and targeted political assassinations,” they claimed.

Messenger: Jahcub Onelove Sent: 2/21/2019 6:36:16 PM

Messenger: Nesta1 Sent: 2/26/2019 11:48:20 AM

"So they be bribing with their GUNS, spare parts and money" - Bob Marley

"Let me tell you about US aid to Uganda: the US gives Uganda $100 million with the understanding that it will turn around and buy 3 new American fighter jets for $30 million each. The other $10 million goes into the pockets of the politicians and maybe a one room school building gets built or a short road gets paved. That's it. I ask you: What does Uganda need fighter jets for? It's all a scam." - Samuel Kiwanuka, former Ugandan MP

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 3/5/2019 5:36:56 AM

How a gun conversation from a Rastafari should go...

No pro no anti

Just if a so then a so...And remember Jah.

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 3/18/2019 6:46:45 AM

Recent revelation has shown i hemphill is right. Some lost ethiopians cannot be reasoned with by culture or love. Some a unuh from dem a threaten family deserve nothing more than Gun and violence from dem take Rasta in his peaceful ilament fe fool and joke. Rasta a nuh play suppm. Defenders of the faith

Messenger: The BANNED -- Hemphill Sent: 3/18/2019 9:14:54 AM

I think it was you that posted a picture saying 'Not enough Malcoms, too many Martins'..? I enjoyed that photo, Enjoyed that Sizzla video too..

Everything has a time and place, even violence. And if we let the system remove our access to tools that allow us to defend our family and freedom, -- by banning guns for example -- we are sitting ducks..

Universal disarmament will come in due time. I think we're a long way off from that though. Always gets worse before it gets better.

Praises GARVEYS.

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 3/18/2019 12:19:03 PM

Well InI never one to care too much about babylon law. Access will always be available univershally.


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