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President Yaya Jammeh has a message to all who oppose Black Ipremacy

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Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 1/12/2015 6:26:11 AM

U.S., UK, & Germany Reportedly Send Weapons to Try to Overthrow the Government of President Yahya Jammeh of the Gambia: Gambian Military Forces Prevent the Invasion. The president knows exactly where those guns come from and who put them there.......

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 1/12/2015 6:47:09 AM

Meanwhile while the West is focusing on the foolishness whe happen a France

2000 dead nigerians seems to not be worth reporting

Terror experts and U.S. officials say a Boko Haram assault Wednesday on a small city on the northern border of Nigeria may have killed as many as 2,000 civilians.

Many survivors fled into the nearby waters of Lake Chad, where some drowned and where others remain marooned on small islands, menaced by hippos, said a local government official.

In an interview with the BBC, district leader Musa Alhaji Bukar also estimated that 2,000 residents of Baga and 16 nearby towns had been killed by the Islamist terror group, and that Baga was now “virtually nonexistent,” which would make the massacre among the most deadly terror attacks in history.

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 1/12/2015 1:11:25 PM


Messenger: ShivaJiva Sent: 1/12/2015 1:18:58 PM

Such a terrible is awful that such acts of violence do not even make the news. Thanks for sharing this, my heart goes out to victims and to their families. Strength to the Nigerian people.

I wonder what Yahyeh Jammeh has planned in response to the coup? I cannot believe Miley Cyrus can make national news saying whatever she wants, but this black leader cannot call out the West for providing arms for an attempted hostile takeover. So sad...I wonder what is in store for the Gambian government?

Messenger: JK Wango Sent: 1/13/2015 12:58:11 AM

A shame. The fear is that because white people died they are threatened too. A shame. Down with babylon systems

Messenger: JK Wango Sent: 1/13/2015 1:08:46 AM

Afrika unite

Messenger: JK Wango Sent: 1/13/2015 1:09:52 AM

The biggest shame is that a man can pick up a gun and kill an innocent man. That he can make a 10 yr girl put on a vest and bomb. Jah will judge but i pray he change their hearts

Messenger: Ark I Sent: 1/13/2015 10:54:17 PM

After further investigation, the Gambian president no longer believes they are involved in the coup.

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 1/14/2015 7:23:43 AM

Careful of what you read on this guy as its clear the West don't like him


The attempt by dissidents to overthrow Gambian President Yahya Jammeh on 30 December recalled another abortive putsch 10 years ago; the so-called Wonga Coup against Equatorial Guinea’s President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

Both were rather bizarre schemes plotted mainly from afar: the Wonga Coup from South Africa; the Gambia coup from the United States (US). The Equatorial Guinea plotters were the former British Special Forces soldier and later mercenary, Simon Mann, assisted by a South African counterpart, Nick du Toit.

In the Gambian gambit, their parts were played by 57-year-old Texas businessman Cherno Njie, and former US Air Force Sergeant Papa Faal, 46; both US citizens, though of Gambian origin.

In both there was also a hint or more than a hint of British involvement. In the Wonga Coup, apart from Mann, born in the United Kingdom (UK) though living in South Africa, it was the former prime minister Margaret Thatcher’s son, Mark. He was charged with supplying the coup plotters with an aircraft. The alleged complicity of Britons and Germans in the Gambian affair has yet to be illuminated.

And both appear to have been amateurish, clumsy and naïve efforts, resting on poor judgements about their targets and about African attitudes and therefore doomed to fail.

Mann and Du Toit seemed to make no real effort to hide their plans. They apparently believed that former South African president Thabo Mbeki’s government would turn a blind eye because it shared their opinion that Obiang was a reprehensible and brutal dictator whom Africa would be well rid of.

They seemed blind to the obvious truth – which should have been obvious from his Zimbabwe policy – that Mbeki and the continent as a whole, would tolerate any amount of oppressive African government rather than allow a bunch of mercenaries to change a regime. And so they were led into a trap.

Njie and Faal not dissimilarly believed that Jammeh’s presidential guards shared their views that the brutal dictator’s time had come and so would flee or join their democratic revolution after the first shot – into the air! – had been fired.

Instead the guards, apparently well looked after by their boss, returned volleys of lethal fire, killing several of the putschists and routing the rest. Incidentally, Faal returned to The Gambia by South African Airways, according an affidavit by the investigating FBI agent Nicholas Marshall, flying to Dakar, Senegal, and then travelling overland to Banjul.

In both cases, the governments of the countries from which the coups were plotted took legal action under similar laws. South Africa charged Thatcher for his alleged complicity under the Regulation of Foreign Military Assistance Act, which makes it an offence for a South African or foreign citizen to render foreign military assistance from within South Africa. Because of the looseness of the law, the state eventually entered a plea bargain with Thatcher to pay a fine and leave the country.

Simon Mann (L), the leader of the failed coup attempt on Equatorial Guinea, and his associates in custody in Zimbabwe. Photo: AFP/Getty

The US has charged Njie and Faal under the comparable Neutrality Act – dating back to 1794 – which forbids US citizens from launching ‘any military expedition or enterprise’ from US territory against ‘any foreign prince or state of whom the United States was at peace.’ Gambian dissidents living in the US have strongly protested this action by the US government, hailing Njie and Faal as liberation fighters and deploring what they see as Washington’s unwarranted support for Jammeh.

The involvement of the US citizens – and possibly others from the UK and Germany – has certainly lent convenient credence to Jammeh’s claim that this was not a coup attempt at all, but just an act of terrorism by foreign neo-colonial forces.

In fact, several former Gambian soldiers were also involved in the plot, according to news reports.

Lori-Anne Théroux-Bénoni, Office Head of the Institute of Security Studies in neighbouring Senegal, notes that the abortive coup served to demonstrate a point that analysts had been wondering about, that Jammeh’s presidential guard remained loyal to him when the chips were down.

And Jammeh has been crowing about the failure of the coup and boasting that no man or beast will ever remove him from power unless Allah gives the go-ahead. The man who claims to be able to cure Aids and exorcise devils will no doubt also see this as further proof of his magical powers.


Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 1/14/2015 9:54:44 AM

Meanwhile in Israel there can be no opposition to the structure of Bible enforced white supremacy......


- The Sudanese were there before the fake Jew and the palestine-

Violence surged in the streets of Tel Aviv as a 1000-strong protest against African immigrants seeking asylum in Israel turned violent.
Residents of a low-income Tel Aviv neighbourhood descended to the streets, waving Israeli flags and chanting “Deport the Sudanese” and “Infiltrators get out of our homes” to protest against the increase of African migrants moving into the area and the country.
The protest rapidly turned violent and police arrested 17 people with charges ranging from assault to vandalism. Some of them were still beating up migrants when they were arrested.
Protesters in the Hatikva neighbourhood set trash cans alight, broke some stores window and attacked African migrants who were passing-by. They also attacked an African migrant driving through the area and broke his car’s windows.
Reports suggest the protesters targeted local shops known to have African migrants as customers.
Another group of demonstrators stopped a shuttle taxi searched for migrant workers among the passengers, while banging on the windows, the newspaper Haaretz reported.
The protesters were backed by Likud Knesset member Miri Regev who participated in the march and said “the Sudanese were a cancer in our body”, Haaretz ‘s report added.
Protesters complained about Prime Minister’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s handling of the asylum seekers “problem” with some even carrying banners in support of Interior Minister Eli Yishai.
Yishai had called for the detention and expulsion of all asylum seekers earlier this week.
Interviewing Interior Minister Eli Yishai, Israeli Army Radio likened the violence to pogrom attacks on Jews in 19th century Europe.
Yishai retorted by saying Sudanese and Eritreans migrants were responsible for a rise in crime.
“I cannot judge a man whose daughter gets raped. I cannot judge a young woman who cannot walk home,” said Yishai,
“I cannot under any circumstances judge people who get abused and harmed, and who are then confronted by the state, which says, ‘Why do you behave this way to the foreigners?’”
The protests came as last week, an Israeli man was charged with arson after he threw seven Molotov cocktails at the homes of African migrants.

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