Tag Archives: Rwanda

First AFRICOM commander Kipp Ward meets with Rwandan minister of Defense James Kabarebe

Published on 31 Jul 2012
Former Africom commander Kipp Ward speaks about the partnership between the Rwandan military and the US AFRICOM.

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TOP 5 BLAIR BLUFFS ON IRAQ

Why MP George Galloway is Killing Tony Blair

Note: Further research on Tony Blair’s Africa Governance Initiative is required…
Africa Governance Initiative
http://www.africagovernance.org/africa/index/
AGI works in Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria and Senegal at present, with new countries on the horizon. We work at two levels: At the political leadership level, Tony Blair draws on his ten years as Prime Minister to offer leaders the kind of advice on reform that only someone who has stood in a leader’s shoes can give. At the same time our teams, based permanently in each country, work shoulder-to-shoulder with counterparts to put in place the ‘nuts and bolts’ needed to get things done

Ebola diary: ‘There are reports of people disappearing into the forest to die’

http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2014/dec/09/-sp-ebola-reports-of-people-disappearing-forest-die
Day two

Sierra Leone has its first-ever call centre. The number to reach it is 117.

It’s a tough one, because that call leads to quarantined homes and holding centres for people with suspected Ebola, where people who do have the virus are sharing rooms with those who eventually turn out to have something else. There’s a real possibility you could go in with malaria and pick up Ebola. It is in the public interest that you make that call. But it is hardly surprising if some people hesitate and others run and hide.

In the offices of the British Council, which like so many other public buildings in Freetown has been commandeered in wartime fashion for the campaign against the deadly enemy within, is Victoria Parkinson of the Africa Governance Initiative, set up by Tony Blair. It has for some years been supplying advisers to the governments of six countries, including all three now devastated by Ebola – Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

MSF has great experience, having responded to every previous Ebola epidemic in Africa.

They are afraid they will be taken away to treatment centres and never see their families again. There are reports of people disappearing into the forest because they’d rather die with their family than be taken into a treatment site.”

Africa Governance Initiative
http://www.africagovernance.org/africa/index/
AGI works in Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria and Senegal at present, with new countries on the horizon. We work at two levels: At the political leadership level, Tony Blair draws on his ten years as Prime Minister to offer leaders the kind of advice on reform that only someone who has stood in a leader’s shoes can give. At the same time our teams, based permanently in each country, work shoulder-to-shoulder with counterparts to put in place the ‘nuts and bolts’ needed to get things done

Note: This is the same Tony Blair still lying about the Iraq war and the reasons the west invaded, destroyed and poisoned Iraq with depleted uranium weapons. Tony Blair as the Middle East envoy has brought peace and stability to the region!

Super bananas – world first human trial

16 June 2014
https://www.qut.edu.au/news/news?news-id=74075

The world’s first human trial of pro-vitamin A-enriched banana, expected to lift the health and well-being of millions of Ugandans and other East Africans will start very soon.
The QUT project, led by Distinguished Professor James Dale and backed with close to $10 million from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is one of the most significant biofortification projects in the world today.

“The banana flesh of a pro-vitamin A-enriched banana is orange rather than the cream colour we are used to and in fact the greater the pro-vitamin A content the more orange the banana flesh becomes,” he said.

Legislation to enable genetically modified crops to be commercialized in Uganda is currently in committee stage within the Ugandan parliament. With Ugandan Government support, legislation and regulations to enable the commercialization of genetically modified crops should be in place by 2020. Regulations enabling field trials of genetically-modified crops already exist.
He said once approved in Uganda, there would be no reason why the same technology couldn’t be used to enrich crops in surrounding East African countries including Rwanda, parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya and Tanzania.

Questions for these defective humans:

  • Why do you not grow plants rich in vitamin A to supplement their diet?
  • Why not educate the population on leafy greens, carrots, mangoes etc rich in vitamin A
  • Who owns the patents for these GMO orange bananas? Monsanto?

Again, we can link Bill Gates to GMO based eugenics in Africa with the co-operation of a corrupt Ugandan political class that works with WHO/CDC to poison its population with “live” polio vaccines. The mask of altruism projected by Bill and Melinda Gates foundation is sickening. It should be clear to readers of this blog, that two keywords are synonymous with compromised health and wellbeing – GMO and vaccines!