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Les changements climatiques redessinent la carte de l'Afrique
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The climatic changes redraw the chart of Africa
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The environmental change in Africa, of the disappearance of the glaciers in the Rwenzori Mounts, in Uganda, at the loss of single “the fynbos” vegetation of the Cape, was presented on June 10 at the African Ministerial Conference of Environment (CMAE).

The Atlas, produced by the Program of the Nations of the United Nations for Environment (PNUE), stresses the way in which the choices of development, the demographic growth, the climatic change and, in certain cases, the conflicts allocate the natural resources of the area. The document of almost 400 pages was launched today by President Thabo Mbeki, of South Africa, country host of the CMAE.

In addition to the well-known changes, like the cast iron of the ices of the Kilimandjaro Mount, the draining of the lake Chad and the fall of the water levels of Lake Victoria, the Atlas presents, for the first time, of the images satellite of new environmental changes and less known challenges, including:
- the disappearance of the glaciers of the Rwenzori Mount, of Uganda, which decreased by 50 percent between 1987 and 2003.
- The widening of the corridors of deforestation which followed the expansion of the roads in the north of the Democratic Republic of Congo since 1975. New roads threaten to bring even more traffic to this forest rich in biodiversity and to intensify hunting for the meat of bush.
- The disappearance of most of the Malagasy thorny forest of the South of Madagascar between 1973 and 2003 because of the agriculture and the collection of the firewood.
- The north of the Cape, which saw much of its native vegetation “fynbos” replaced by agricultural activities and the proliferation of the suburbs since 1978. The plants “Fynbos” represent 80 percent of the plant varieties in the floristic area of the Cape, a zone with more than 6000 species of plants which are not nowhere elsewhere in the world and which are an economic asset for tourism.
- The loss of trees and shrubs in the fragile environment of the mountains Djebel Marra in the west of Sudan following the demographic growth due to an surge of refugees fleeing the dryness and the conflicts in Darfur North bordering.
- The spectacular expansion of Dakar, the capital sénégalaise during the last half-century, of a small urban centre of the peninsula of Cap Verde to a metropolitan area with 2,5 million people divided on all the peninsula.

The Atlas, established in co-operation with researchers and organizations in Africa and elsewhere, evaluates thirty-six years of environmental change, in particular: “Growth of the cities instead of a green campaign; reduction in the zones protected with the farms exceeding their territory; road networks crossing the forests; the pollutants which derive beyond the borders from the close countries; the erosion of the deltas; refugee camps disseminated through the continent causing more pressure on the environment, and the reduction in the glaciers of mountain ".

The satellite images also stress positive signs of management which protects from the environmental pollution, affirm the authors.
- The action on the overgrazing in the National park of Sidi Toui in the south of Tunisia produced a spectacular rebound in the natural ecosystem. The park saw the reintroduction of Oryx Scimitar horne (Oryx dammah), which is currently in process of extinction.
- A new plan of management of the Itezhi-tezhi stopping in Zambia helped to restore the seasonal natural floods of the Kafue plains, as the satellite image of the year 2007 shows it.
- The expansion of the wetlands resulting from a project of restitution in and around the national park Diawling helps to control the floods and improves the living conditions in Mauritania.
- New policies considerably reduced the exploitation of the forests of the Kenya Mount, which is a crucial field for the water of collecting and hydro-electricity.
- Initiatives of farmers centered on the plantation and the protection of the trees led to the revitalization of the grounds in the province of Tahoua, in Niger. A recent study revealed that there are now 10 to 20 times more trees in three provinces of the South of Niger than in the years 1970.
- The revision of the concessions of the forests in Liberia helped to protect the forest from the national park of Sapo against the exploitation of wood as well as illegal mining and the poaching.

Achim Steiner, Under-secretary general of the United Nations and Directeur executive of the PNUE, said: “Like showed it the Atlas, there are many places through Africa where people took measurement-where there are more trees than thirty years ago, where the wetlands return, and where the degradation of the grounds was countered. These are the examples that we must follow to ensure the survival of the African people and their natural resources economically important (...) But the Atlas often stresses also the vulnerability of the population in the area at the forces apart from their control, including the contracting of the glaciers in Uganda and Tanzania and the impacts on the supply water related to the climatic change. This underlines the urgent need for the international community to provide a new agreement on the climate from here the meeting of Convention on the climatic change to Copenhagen in 2009-un agreement which not only provides great reductions of the emissions, but also accelerates the flow of funds for the adaptation and protects the economies against the climate, “it added.
Principal conclusions and major challenges
Between 1990 and 2004, of many African countries saw the small ones but promising environmental improvements, mainly in the field of water and the cleansing, according to Atlas's. Some countries widened their zones protected-currently with more than 3000 through the continent.

However, the loss of the forests is a great concern in 35 countries, including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Nigeria and Rwanda, inter alia. This one is followed closely by the loss of the biodiversity - which occurs in 34 countries like Angola, Ethiopia, Gabon and Mali.

The degradation of the grounds is also a great concern for 32 African countries of which Cameroun, Érythrée and Ghana. Among other problems are the turning into a desert - in Burkina Faso, in Chad, in Kenya and Niger inter alia - as well as the water shortages, the increase in pollution until the fast urbanization.

Africa loses more than four million hectares of forest each year - twice the average world rate of deforestation, according to Atlas's. Moreover, certain areas of the continent lose more than 50 tons metric of ground per hectare per annum.

The Atlas also shows that erosion and the damage physical and chemical degraded approximately 65 percent of the arable lands through the continent. Moreover, agriculture on denshering, of par with the strong occurrence of the lightning in Africa, cause many wild fires.

More than 300 million people on the continent already make vis-a-vis the scarcity water and the zones which have water shortages in sub-Saharan Africa will probably increase of almost a third from here 2050.

The climatic change accelerates many of these problems and is likely to increase the already major transformations which proceed in all the continent.

Although Africa produces only four percent of the world total of the carbon dioxide emissions, its inhabitants suffer from the consequences of the world climatic change in a disproportionate way. The capacity of Africa to be adapted to the climatic change is relatively low, and one projects that the adaptation will cost 5-10 percent of the GDP.

Lastly, the transborder questions are a key element of the environment of Africa, international catchment areas with transborder pollution.

The migrations of refugees are also at the origin of new pressures on the environment, with great shifts in population due to the conflicts but also more and more with the water and food shortages. Co-operative approaches implying several countries bordering are essential for the conservation and the improvement of the shared ecosystems so that they remain productive in the 21st century.

While benefitting from the last space techniques of observation of the Earth, including the 36 years of expertise on the satellite program American Landsat, the Atlas is used to show the potential of the data of imagery per satellite to study dynamic ecosystems and natural resources. This can provide the data necessary to support the political decisions aiming at improving the natural stock management of Africa.

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Obama remporte l'investiture démocrate
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Obama gains the democratic nomination
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With L? exit of the two last democratic primary educations which were held Tuesday evening in South Dakota and Montana, Barack Obama obtains the number necessary of delegates to become the democratic candidate with presidential American. The delegates will have to indicate it officially candidate at democratic Convention in Denver at the end of August. Thus the senator D? Illinois will become the first black candidate with the supreme office.






During two last primary educations yesterday Barack Obama gained Montana and Hillary Clinton South Dakota. But in the same day a significant number of supers deputy were joined the senator of Illinois and C? is by counting on their vote that Barack Obama is declared victorious.

The delegates will have to indicate it officially candidate at democratic Convention in Denver at the end of August. Thus Barack Obama will become the first black candidate with the supreme office.

After L? announces results which gave it gaining race to L? democratic nomination, Barack Obama was expressed in front of its partisans officially asserting the candidature of its party for the presidency.

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derniers articles sur www.africavet.com
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DOSSIER DE PRESSE - Journée Mondiale du Commerce Equitable 2008
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PRESS KIT - World Day of the Equitable Trade 2008
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The African population should pass from 832 million in 2002 against 1,8 billion in 2050. Vis-a-vis these strong population trends which will mark the next decades, which will be the fate of the African continent? Continent which represents nowadays nearly the quarter of the world population under? fed.

C? is in this direction that INTERDEPENDENT PEACE/ACTION proposes to lead a reflexion vis-a-vis to this situation in order to finding solutions.

As a philosopher said: “L? agriculture is the mother of all arts: lorsqu? it is well led, all other arts thrive, but lorsqu? it is neglected, all other arts decline on ground as on sea”

For L? to have neglected the world is to 852 million under? fed, that is to say a few 200 million for L? Africa. To raise this demolished, INTERDEPENDENT PEACE/ACTION engages of the campaigns publicity and plea near the African populations and especially the States African which, with this intention, must:

¬ Augmenter national budgets devoted to L? agriculture; ¬ Encourager the programs D? intensification of the cereal, horticultural and fruit-bearing cultures by L? introduction of the high-output varieties; ¬ Favoriser common agricultural policies (CAP) to the level of L? UEMOA of the CEDEAO of the SADC and the CEMAC ¬ Lutter against the drynesses and to facilitate L? access of the populations to L? water. ¬ Création of markets under? regional and regional, factors D? regional integration;

Will these proposals strongly contribute to L? food self-sufficiency, but also with L? increase in the GDP of the African countries.

INTERDEPENDENT PEACE/ACTION, whose leitmotiv rests on L? Feeder Africa;

SE CONGRATULATING on the Great Agricultural Offensive for Food and L? Abundance (GOANA), request with L? State D? to imply all the actors by some obedience that it is.

Moreover, request that the contract with the Government of L? Is Spain re-examined and that the hand D?? uvre is directed in the project of the GOANA;

NOTING the delay recorded in the setting in? uvre of the Law D? Agricultural orientation voted since 2004, request with the Government of S? y to harness in order to create in a durable way the conditions D? an agricultural revolution;

NOTING what to consume it local remainder traverti, request with the Government D? to encourage local consumption with the setting in? uvre of inciting policies. Moreover invites the populations with patriotism in their asking to change their food practices.

RECALLING to the States their commitment not to sign the APE, encourages them not to lower the guard in front of L? EU;

CONVINCED what constant positions jusqu? now by the Africa Area of L? West in the negotiations of L? APE with L? Do Union Européenne answer many regards, the concerns of development of the countries of the area and privilege L? objective of reinforcement of L? regional integration;

REAFFIRMS its attachment with dimension development of L? APE which will have to result in the effective installation of the programs which answer the concerns of the area as regards development and the mobilization of the resources sufficient for their financing;

Fact in Dakar on May 6, 2008
Source: http://www.peaceactionsolidaire.org/spip.php?article104

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Journée Mondiale du Commerce Equitable -Rôle de la consommation locale pour une auto-suffissance durable
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World day of the Equitable Trade - Role of local consumption for a durable self-sufficiency
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The African population should pass from 832 million in 2002 against 1,8 billion in 2050. Vis-a-vis these strong population trends which will mark the next decades, which will be the fate of the African continent? Continent which represents nowadays nearly the quarter of the world population under? fed.

C? is in this direction that INTERDEPENDENT PEACE/ACTION proposes to lead a reflexion vis-a-vis to this situation in order to finding solutions.

As a philosopher said: “L? agriculture is the mother of all arts: lorsqu? it is well led, all other arts thrive, but lorsqu? it is neglected, all other arts decline on ground as on sea”

For L? to have neglected the world is to 852 million under? fed, that is to say a few 200 million for L? Africa. To raise this demolished, INTERDEPENDENT PEACE/ACTION engages of the campaigns publicity and plea near the African populations and especially the States African which, with this intention, must:

To increase the national budgets devoted to L? agriculture; To encourage the programs D? intensification of the cereal, horticultural and fruit-bearing cultures by L? introduction of the high-output varieties; To support the common agricultural policies (CAP) to the level of L? UEMOA of the CEDEAO of the SADC and CEMAC To fight it against the drynesses and to facilitate L? access of the populations to L? water. Creation of markets under? regional and regional, factors D? regional integration;

Will these proposals strongly contribute to L? food self-sufficiency, but also with L? increase in the GDP of the African countries.

INTERDEPENDENT PEACE/ACTION, whose leitmotiv rests on L? Feeder Africa;

SE CONGRATULATING on the Great Agricultural Offensive for Food and L? Abundance (GOANA), request with L? State D? to imply all the actors by some obedience that it is.

Moreover, request that the contract with the Government of L? Is Spain re-examined and that the hand D?? uvre is directed in the project of the GOANA;

NOTING the delay recorded in the setting in? uvre of the Law D? Agricultural orientation voted since 2004, request with the Government of S? y to harness in order to create in a durable way the conditions D? an agricultural revolution;

NOTING what to consume it local remainder traverti, request with the Government D? to encourage local consumption with the setting in? uvre of inciting policies. Moreover invites the populations with patriotism in their asking to change their food practices.

RECALLING to the States their commitment not to sign the APE, encourages them not to lower the guard in front of L? EU;

CONVINCED what constant positions jusqu? now by the Africa Area of L? West in the negotiations of L? APE with L? Do Union Européenne answer many regards, the concerns of development of the countries of the area and privilege L? objective of reinforcement of L? regional integration;

REAFFIRMS its attachment with dimension development of L? APE which will have to result in the effective installation of the programs which answer the concerns of the area as regards development and the mobilization of the resources sufficient for their financing;

Fact in Dakar on May 6, 2008


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HUMAN RIGHTS
About this event: World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Phase Two
Related to country: Senegal

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Human Rights as thought when created should only be profitable to the whole world...but the way the world is living nowadays is really shamefull , discouraging , hopeless , and RISKY...
This coming 60th anniversary of the Human right should let all wise people around the whole world know... in all sphere of decision to question themselves ...deep in their consceous : is it this actual world, where Invasions-Spoluation-Colonialism-civil wars-decease-hunger-asylium-poverty-repression-racism-xenophoby-pedophily-tortures-dictatures..etc., why HUMAN RIGHTS WERE CREATED ?????
If not ...means their is VERY BIG FAILURE ...in the way of Operating and Supervising Human Rights.Its sorryful that the world should wait 60 years before being able to crosscheck failures in something that was implicating people's life... Just to have an idea of the meaning of it ...let we suppose to be at the place of people who are in refugee camps....or people who are in Jails illigally....or people who are living in occupied terrtories...;WHAT HUMAN RIGHT STANDS FOR THEM.???
They are Humans...as far as they are living in the same world like all of us....so, They should HAVE RIGHTS....AS FAR AS ITS HUMAN RIGHTS...
If millions of people are still suffering actually in the world ...coz of lack of Human Rights...means the goals or targets why wise people created United Nation after Second world War...are not reached....So UNITED NATINS HAS FAILED TOTALLY TO HIS MISSION...while the very correct and logic solution....is to Dismissed UN ,And to rebuild a NEW INSTITUT ...where all nations will be represented...all ethny will be respected...all religions will be recognised...all culture will be honored.... It can goes throught coz, that new institution will avoid all previous mistakes of done by UN.....
why not even to creat in each nation a concil that only wise and respected people....and each concil will choose his or her represent that will stand for his country in the New Institution....
Coz the actual biggest MISTAKE OF UN IS HIS PARTIALLITY...for some people UN talk very very loud; for others Nothing is done....That is the Main thing that can creates frustruation and violence...the other problem of UN is: very few nations are truely represented...thats not FAIRE AT ALL....Africa has 53 countries how many countries is at UN...??? That idea of permanent and unpermanent Membership IS NOT FAIRE AND IS ILLOGIC...coz the world has really past the context where some can be permanent ...the others not.....coz " a shared something for everybody, ..what ever it can be should be for everyone...." The day some people will have more rights than others, that day, discriminated people will show their unhappyness...and in their own style....who should tell them to stop ?....Favourited people ??? or poeple in the same position ?? A FAIRE WORLD SHOULD BE FAIRE FOR EVERY NATION....AS WELL AS ISRAELIANS THAN PALESTINIANS...
Now if we think keeping our eyes closed in such discriminations, creating fake resolutions evryday,diabolising islam any moment,keeping UN with his limited number of member with VETO can solve the problems....we are faking ourselves..and if in 60 years UN cannot change nothing in how the world is moving....for sure terrorism and violence have to be supported for long again....who will be reached ??? no body can tell !!!
Its quite time now to change vision ...to build a very peacefull world where HUMAN RIGHTS WILL BE LIVED LIKE WHAT IT REALLY MEANS...
Its just aims ...how wise people did to creat UN ...plenty more wise can do it to creat something far better than UN....its matter of Courage and Will ...and as a member of TIG ..I really Hope the TAKING IT GLOBAL WILL INVOLVE IN THAT very hard and important Challenge..

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PELLITAL: A sustainable poverty-fighting method in rural area?
About this event: 4th World Youth Congress - Quebec City 2008
Related to country: Canada

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For friends of the entrepreneur women of Agnam-Goly. Members make a microloan to an entrepreneur of their choice and get feedback on its impact on her business.

Agnam-Goly (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnam-Goly) is an ancient village bordering the Sahara desert in Senegal, West Africa. Its 3,143 inhabitants make a living from herding cattle and farming the banks of the Senegal river. The women of Agnam-Goly supplement their familes' incomes by running their own small enterprises. Most of them earn less than two dollars a day.

Pellital means "commitment" in Fulani, the language spoken in Agnam-Goly. Pellital links the women of Agnam-Goly with the users of Facebook. Here's how it works:

1. We post entrepreneur profiles and loan applications from Agnam-Goly as open groups on Facebook, linked to this page as Posted Items.

2. You can lend any amount to an entrepreneur of your choice with the ChipIn application. Other than PayPal and MoneyGram transfer fees, 100% of your loan is disbursed in local currency to the entrepreneur you selected.

4. The loans are repaid in four monthly installments. Once a loan is fully repaid, the lender may withdraw 100% of the original dollar amount lent. For the current pilot group of loans, we will assume responsibility for repayment if the borrower defaults.

5. Borrowers pay a flat interest fee of 10% of the principal. We are an all-volunteer nonprofit group and interest income is used only for money transfer fees and other necessary operating expenses.

6. During the lending period we keep lenders informed of the impact of their loans by posting updates on each borrower's group page.

Questions? Feel free to post them here, or contact Ganga at gangadiop84@yahoo.fr

Click here to view Pellital's French language group: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=16317500879.

That is the project I want to share with other Delegates worldwide once in World Youth Congress 2008.
Feel free to share here with me your points of view !
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Senegalese Delegate
About this event: 4th World Youth Congress - Quebec City 2008

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Hi All!

I'll be very glad to meet other Delegates!

Keep in touch!

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Le Sénégal a beaucoup perdu


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Pour_le_site_8 Le sénégal a beaucoup perdu au cours de ces vingt derniéres années. Chaque jour, un peu plus de nos terres cultivables s’éboulent en sable dunaire; chaque soir, les pirogues reviennent avec un peu moins de poissons que lors de la dernière journée de pêche.  L’exode rural et l’immigration clandestine sont les avant-coureurs d’une pauvreté écologique qui entame les marges de notre survie. Face à tous ces problèmes, nous avons la cherté de la vie au Sénégal. Des négociations opposant le gouvernement sénégalais, les syndicats et le patronat sénégalais étaient tenues  il y a plus de trois mois déjà. Au cours de ces réunions, les différentes parties, de source syndicale, étaient convenues d'examiner des revendications sur l'augmentation du pouvoir d'achat. Dire que la pauvreté gagne du terrain n'est qu'une redondance actuellement au Sénégal et dans beaucoup de pays africains. Pendant longtemps "des spécialistes de l'Afrique" ont considéré comme raison principale de la pauvreté du continent, les guerres tribales. Mais même s'ils ont eu raison, à voir l'exemple du Sénégal et des autres pays d'Afrique qui n'ont pas connu de guerres, on se pose la question de savoir où est la vérité? Un phénomène très en vogue qui marque le niveau de pauvreté et de désespoir qui sévit dans ce pays est l'émigration clandestine, avec les jeunes qui embarquent dans des pirogues de fortune au péril de leur vie. Ici on nous dit que les jeunes sont les vecteurs du développement mais on ne nous dit jamais quel type de développement ni quel est l'intérêt du développement. La plupart des jeunes refusent de discuter de sujets politiques, ils disent que c'est une perte de temps. Est-ce vrai ou est-ce qu'on leur a tellement trompé qu’aujourd’hui ils se sont fait leur propre idée de ce qu'est la politique. Ici on nous demande d'aller à l'école, de faire des études supérieures et des résultats. La plupart d'entre nous y vont pour soulager leur solitude mais malheureusement s'y trouve seuls voir trop seuls car les professeurs dans leur majorité sont abonnés absents dans les amphithéâtres, (Université de Dakar -F.L.S.H./Anglais). Selon une source de l’amicale des étudiants de la faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines (FLSH), leur faculté était construite pour recevoir 600 à 1200 étudiants et qu’elle est passée entre 25000 et 30000 inscrits soit 25 à 40 fois plus que le nombre prévu.

Ils (les autorités) demandent aux étudiants de faire des résultats alors que leurs conditions d'études laissent à désirer, et que tout semble être fait pour qu'ils échouent. Ici on demande également aux populations d'être  patriote, d'avoir le civisme, et pourtant c'est des ministres qui falsifient leur CV pour être "ministrable". Pourquoi dois-je être surpris de voir qu'il y a prés d’un moi, la police a arrêté un « citoyen » qui a fait voyager d'autres étudiants « citoyens » comme lui grâce à de faux diplômes qu'il a lui même confectionné.
Ne faites pas du n'importe quoi si vous êtes au Sénégal car il parait qu'il y a une justice dans ce pays. Mais à l'image de beaucoup de pays africains, notre justice est très juste et semble ignorer que des millions de citoyens vivent mal parce que quelques personnes leur ont volées des milliards. A propos de milliards, je n'ose même pas énumérer la dette de ce continent. Depuis les indépendances, nos pays ne font que s'endetter, ou plutôt nos gouvernements ne font qu'endetter nos pays. Oui c'est le cas de le dire car on a l'impression que les dettes enrichissent nos gouvernements mais bizarrement appauvrissent nos pays. Des nations du Nord qui, depuis les indépendances participent au vol systématique des richesses du continent se soulagent la conscience en nous accordant ce qu'elles appellent l'aide au développement. Ce qu'elles savent et que nous semblons ignorer c'est que l'aide au développement ne nous aidera pas à nous développer. Egalement leur model de développement a déjà fini de montrer ces limites et que par conséquent elles sont entrain de chercher la solution dans ce qu'on appelle communément le Développement Durable. Les dirigeants africains veulent développer leur continent suivant ce model économique limité, ils veulent aussi l'assainir en important la poubelle du Nord alors que le Nord veut se maintenir développer en puisant nos ressources minières et minéralières mais surtout en pratiquant un phénomène nouveau qui rappelle l'esclavage: l'émigration sélective. 
L'Europe est surpris de voir que tant de jeunes africains (sénégalais pour la plupart) prennent les pirogues. A notre niveau c'est l'incompréhension de ce phénomène qui nous surprend. Qu'est ce qui vient pomper nos mers pour les besoins des siens?  Qu'est ce qui a causé et qui cause toujours le malaise que vivent les populations Ogoni du Nigeria? Quel développement durable pour le Sud? - Résultats Google Recherche de Livres.
D'après eux  notre continent ne représente que les uns pour cent (1%) du commerce mondial. Cependant nous ne pouvons comprendre pourquoi on semble indispensable à beaucoup de choses qui se font chez eux.
Si le continent noir est pauvre c'est parce que le FMI, la Banque mondiale avec la complicité de régimes africains véreux ont une politique sale qui consiste à nous maintenir la tête sous l'eau afin que nous restons tout le temps dans cette position de dépendance vis à vis d'eux. www.bamako-film.com/. Quand des dirigeants africains font des détournements c'est dans des banques du nord qu'on leur garde leur argent. Quand ils finissent de piller l’Afrique et enfin d’être en retrait, car ils ne vont jamais à la retraite, c’est au Nord qu’ils fassent leur vie de pacha. On ne saura  jamais quel est le deal qui existe entre ces deux pôles, et dans tout ça c’est le peuple qui fait figure de victime.
Cependant les peuples d’Afrique doivent se réveiller et prendre leur destin en main. L’Afrique est essoufflée à force de trop danser. Choisissons des leaders compétents et animés par le désir de développer le continent de manière durable et non des leaders dealers, qui ont la même  religion ou la même ville natale, ou qui sont du même groupe ethnique… que moi.
Ce dernier type de dirigeants n’hésite pas à brader les ressources du continent et à créer la famine comme conséquence, mais surtout  à  violemment réprimer leurs populations qui manifestent contre la faim.
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La pauvreté n’existe pas c’est les hommes qui l’ont créée.                                        


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MIRACLE DU CORAN
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Lisez ce qui suit: des trouvailles surprenantes sur le nombre de fois que les mots sont mentionnés en arabe dans le saint Coran

Dunia (la vie) 115 Aakhirat (la vie qui vient après la mort) 115


Malaika (anges) 88 . Shayteen (Satan) 88


Vie 145 ..... Mort 145


Avantage 50 Malhonnète 50


Gens 50 Messagers 50


Eblees (le rois des Shayteen) 11 Cherche refuge d'Eblees 11


Museebah (calamité) 75 shoukr ( remerciement) 75


dépenses (Sadaqah) 73 Satisfaction 73


les gens perdus (égarés de la bonne voie ) 17 Les gens morts 17


Musulmans 41 Jihad 41


Or 8 Vie facile 8


Magie 60 Fitnah (dissuasion, induction en erreur) 60


Zakat (la taxe que les musulmans paient aux pauvres) 32 ...

Barakah (augmentation ou bénédiction de la richesse) 32


Esprit 49 Noor( lumière) 49


Langue 25 Sermon 25


Desite 8 Peur 8


Parler en public 18 Publication 18


Privation 114 .... Patience 114


Muhammed 4 Sharee'ah (les enseignements du prophéte Muhammed ) 4


Homme 24 femme 24


Et étonnamment , regardons combien les mots suivants sont mentionnés:


Salat( prière) 5 , mois 12 , Jour 365,


Mer 32 , Terre 13


Mer+ Terre= 32 + 13 = 45


Mer= 32/45*100.=71.11111111%


Terre= 13/45*100 = 28.88888889%


Mer+ Terre 100.00%


la science moderne a récemment prouvé que le l'eau couvre


71.111% de la planète terre alors que la terre constitue 28.889%.


Est ce que c'est une coïncidence? La question est qui a enseigné tout cela au prophte Muhammed (PBUH) ?

Une réponse vient automatiquement à l'esprit:

ALLAH le tout puissant

il lui a enseigné cela, ainsi

le saint Coran

nous apprend cela

Envoyez ceci à tout vos amis

Aayah 87 de sourate Al-Anbia

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MIRACLE DU CORAN
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MIRACLE OF THE CORAN
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Read what follows: lucky finds surprising on the number of times that the words are mention? in Arabic in the saint Coran

Dunia (life) 115 Aakhirat (the life which comes apr? death) 115


Malaika (angels) 88. Shayteen (Satan) 88


Life 145 ..... Died 145


Advantage 50 Malhonn? Does 50


People 50 Messengers 50


Eblees (kings of Shayteen) 11 Seek refuge of Eblees 11


Museebah (calamit? 75 shoukr (thanks) 75


D? nses (Sadaqah) 73 Satisfaction 73


lost people (? R? good way) 17 dead people 17


Moslems 41 Jihad 41


Gold 8 easy Life 8


Magic 60 Fitnah (dissuasion, induction in error) 60


Zakat (the tax whom the Moslems pay to the poor) 32…

Barakah (increase or B? diction of the richness) 32


Spirit 49 Noor (lumi?) 49


Language 25 Sermon 25


Desite 8 Fear 8


Of speaking in public 18 Publication 18


Deprivation 114…. Patience 114


Muhammed 4 Sharee' ah (lesson of the proph? Muhammed) 4


Man 24 woman 24


And? nnamment, let us look at how much the following words are mention?


Salat (pri?) 5, do month 12, Day 365,


Sea 32, Ground 13


Mer+ Terre= 32 + 13 = 45


Mer= 32/45*100.=71.11111111%


Terre= 13/45*100 = 28.88888889%


Mer+ Ground 100.00%


modern science have R? prouv lies? ue water covers


71.111% of the plan? ground whereas the ground constitutes 28.889%.


Is what it is a Co? idence? Is the question which has enseign? out that with the prophte Muhammed (PBUH)?

A R? nse comes automatically? 'spirit:

Does Al the powerful whole

it have enseign to him? ela, thus

the Coran saint

teaches us that


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UNE INVENTION REVOLUTIONNAIRE QUI MET LES FRIGOS AU REBUT
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A REVOLUTIONARY INVENTION WHICH PUTS THE REFRIGERATORS AT THE REJECT
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Invention R? lutionnaire: Does Maguette Ndiaye put the refrigerators at the reject
a new invention goes bient? ransformer L ’ existence of million people on this ground. Is this expression rather grandiloquent, but well appropri? in L ’ occurrence. It S ’ acts of the possibilit? E to preserve the meat and fish during a tr? long p? ode. And this, without putting them at the refrigerator or by using a proc? chemical unspecified. It is easy D ’ to imagine the R? rcussions D ’ similar D? uverte. They are the p? eurs and the butchers who will jump of joy, once qu ’ it will be commercialis? What would have? lement to raise L ’ enthusiasm and to cause the fiert? E all the S? galais, C ’ is that this D? uverte of high port? does scientist have? R? is? with the S? Gall, under rather rudimentary conditions? NT gift? one importance.
Laboratories more reputation? did world recognize the scientific value of this D? uverte and has gift to him? one downstream. Did L ’ inventive obtain its patent of L ’ African Organisation of the propri? intellectual (Oapi). This guarantee the prot? in more against any form of hacking. L ’ Agence fran? of S? laughs? anitaire and food (Afssa) has just granted its Cr to him? T.
L ’ author of this invention S ’ calls Maguette Ndiaye. Biologist of formation. Its sp? alit? St rather rare in Africa, and not very current in the world. Is C ’ malacology, or? of molluscs, and the conchology, which is L ’? of the shells. Although these? ask a good knowledge of the things of the sea, they do not push N? ssairement?? to uvrir the means which makes it possible to preserve products carn? of mani? ind? deny. Then, in its case, qu ’ is this which has D? rmin?. Maguette Ndiaye? rienter its work in this direction?
A LIFE RYTHMEE BY FISHING
Mr. Is Ndiaye a L? U of the village of Ngor. In this village, p? does E constitute, jusqu ’? bone days, as much a activit? ucrative, qu ’ a share of the life of the individuals. Does our researcher acknowledge D ’ elsewhere, S ’ y? E adonn? L ’? that of its youth. Joys and D? ess of p? eurs belong to his formation. Is C ’ with an aim D ’ of helping? oulager his/her parents qu ’ it has cherch? E average to preserve fish longest possible, under all the conditions. L ’ importance D ’ a proc? this kind N ’ is more?? ntrer. Him-m? D ’ affirms elsewhere, that the S? Gall D? rque on average more than 520 thousand tons of fish per annum. “But 85% of these D? rquements is constitu? D ’ esp? S p? gic? aible commercial value. They are D ’ elsewhere, destiny? ? E people? to ouvoir? nomic tr? weak. The conditions of conservation are such as we find ourselves with approximately 300 thousand tons of rejection at sea per annum.” One? D ’? luation command? by L ’ Agence fran? of S? laughs? anitaire and food (Afssa), reinforces this assertion: “Is Every year, several tens of thousands of tons of fish lost, so much for D ’? ntuels consuming that for stocks G? ticks of esp? S concern?. Do S ’ add to it, in addition, the rejections at sea imm? ATS of p? be S? ctives, estim? ? 0% for the crevettiers, 60% for the fishmongers, and 25% for the merlutiers”.
Authors of L ’? D? arent qu ’ such a wasting should not last, within sight of the deficiencies of which suffer from the populations? blies in certain zones enclav? country or continent. What joined L ’ id exactly? and L ’ ambition of Maguette Ndiaye. With its process, the fish or the meat could reach N ’ imports which point of L ’ Africa without fearing the rot.
BIODESSICCATION
In all modesty, Mr. Ndiaye D? are: “Do J ’ have domestiqu? be cells. There are the two shapes of cells. There are the cells ocariotes, which have a core D ’ ADN, and the cells procariotes, which N ’ do not have this core. It was only enough to find the means of the S? the RER by desiccation, without using a chemical input, nor of the contributions D ’? rgie”. Is the desiccation a proc? who consists? R? rver any body of L ’ humidit? U? N? to mine L ’ water which S ’ finds there. To date, Western technology N ’ did not arrive yet? E R? iser without a strong use D ’? rgie. But for Mr. Is Ndiaye, “C ’ an easy technique?? iser, but a desiccant had to be found”. It adds qu ’ it is enough to S? the RER two cells to have the conservation, and then, to remove L ’ ur? contained in blood. For the maid and simple reason that “C ’ is this ur? who, while coming into contact with the bact? be, transforms themselves into ammonia and causes the bad smells”. These bad smells? NT the premi? phase of D? mposition.
Mr. Jean Larivi? , consulting it fran? does S what the World Bank have charg? E to test the products milked? by this proc? , is more? quent in his report/ratio. It qualifies D ’ access the m? ode of “R? lutionnaire of simplicit? It explains of them then the broad outline: “Are the fish dealt with D? their D? rquement so D ’? for the third time any contact with sand. Before are D ’ to enter L ’ workshop, they carefully lav? and essuy? Then only, they are? Sc? S, saign? and again? ng? Split, they are then L? rement sal? (of 10? 0%). Put out of tank, they undergo mac? tion D ’ one week, then a premi? two days desiccation, even more for large pi? S, in trays? oustiquaires install? in the open air. D? at the time, their S? can age continue, time N? ssaire, on simple surfaces cement?.” Mr. Larivi? could test products which went back to three years, and which? ient absolutely fresh and clean? consumption has. Does L ’ inventive indicate that its m? does ode make it possible to preserve certain products m? during ten years, “for products sal? stabilis?. “D? can I go? read three years for fresh products stabilis? , it adds.
THE LIGHT: Is CORAN
Maguette Ndiaye D? utant of simplicit? When one meets it for the premi? does time, one have evil? is maginer what this “old” Mister L ’ inventor D ’ a proc? who can amndt? orer life of several of its fellow-citizens. Does a caustic bit, it explain that by the fact that, in this country, “one N ’ has consid? tion qu ’ towards people who carry costume and tie, and has pretty a attach? ESA? hand has”. He N ’ between step in this groundwork. It is always in traditional behaviour. Boubou three-pi? loose bonnet? T has? , and sandalettes with the feet. St? otypes would classify it more Pr? Moslem religious dignitaries that rats of laboratory. It does not do anything elsewhere D ’ for D? to ntir. Apr? a few minutes of conversation, it Pr? nte the title of which he likes? E to avoid: “I am the repr? ntant of Khalife G? ral of Lay? S? gor”. Like what, one can? E believing, good taalib? T scientific of large reputation? Does Maguette Ndiaye acknowledge that C ’ is in? rits sacr? does qu ’ it have trouv? ’ inspiration: “Is C ’ by reading Coran, in particular the sourate Bees, with verse 66, that I realized that God us? surface of F? extraordinary. Indeed, God there known as? have Pr? that, between the white globules and red globules, one leaves a pure milk. This famous pure milk, C ’ is the cytoplasm, which surrounds compl? the core D ’ ADN lies.”
Before does that, it have much cherch? It D? is are qu ’ it S ’ put in qu? of sound proc? since 1962. “J ’? is still in France, Brittany. Then, I came? ’ Universit? E Dakar, O? made 25 years before putting to me? one proper account.” Aujourd ’ today, its ambition is to set up this qu ’ it calls a power station of services. This, to manufacture sardine of collectivit there?? to artir esp? S the sardinelles ones (yabooy) or mackerels and others chinchards. P? will eurs N ’ have more fear? E to make for their D? rquements. By idiots? ent, it N ’ would have there more reasons to reject fish? sea has, out of Pr? xtant D? C of conservation. “Is Our objective to make 200 tons per day of sardine of collectivit? We N ’ do not have hermetically-sealed need D ’, nor of G? clay crusher, and even less D ’? rgie. All is natural.”
An UNDENIABLE PROFITABILITY “Our power station of services, one could L ’ install in Cices. It would function like agent D import-export ’. One could import unprocessed products, coming from the countries C? rs of smiles? one. Countries like Mauritania, Guin? Bissau and others, could send their products for treatment here. They would be transformed and then we could export them towards the countries enclav? who Re? wind with difficulty of fresh fish.” M? mani? , countries of L ’ int? or of L ’ Africa, which have D ’? rmes quantit? of could beef, veal, mutton and lamb, install structures of the m? kind on their premises.
Meats? rg? in will these countries be? lement milked? according to the m? proc? , before D ’? E envoy? towards the countries of C? Is C ’ of this mani? what the scientist D? innate L ’ utilit? does U ’ it grant? one invention. However, it is conscious of the emb? S which could be drawn up in front of its way. It illustrates them elsewhere D ’, by words of L ’? ivain of the Ivory Coast Kourouma Tinder: “In Africa, each victory that L ’ one does gain can end up transforming itself into D? ite.”
OPPOSITION: OF the SENEGALESES
the report/ratio of Jean Larivi? has? commandit? rear the World Bank. Its conclusions are more than positive. It stresses that: “L ’ one of the int? ts major of the biodessiccation is qu ’ it S ’ adapts perfectly? does E small link? in workshops of which chechmate? el and management is? measurement of communaut has? not very many … Ainsi, p? aren't eurs any more oblig? of S ’ expatrier in the large wearing of D? rquement and contribute to D? loppement? nomic room.” For its part, Maguette Ndiaye affirms that its proc? D ’ access had? Pr? NT? scientific organizations of the S? Gall. “But, D? it, report/ratio qu ’ they have Pr? NT? N conceals absolutely? hair. I do not know why”. It opposes this attitude with that of the civils servant of the World Bank: “It is them which have achet? does E produced, they have assist? U proc? , have achemin? E produced in Europe. And it is them-m? S which made certification. If J ’ had D? yer this report/ratio of my pocket, 3 million frank CFA N ’ would not have been enough. And L? I N ’ did not leave only one penny.”
Malgr? ’ opposition of the scientific organizations of the S? is Gall, L ’ invention of our “ malacologist ” recognized and attest?
Another inventor m? naked, Mr. Sanoussi Diakit? who A invent? ’ single D? rtiqueuse? onio which goes to Africa, brings its T? ignage: “Did Maguette Ndiaye m ’ offer fresh fish qu ’ it had milked? Could J ’ preserve it three months? ’ free air, without qu ’ it G? , before eating it.” The office of certification of L ’ Oapi? akar is? lement formal. Mr. Pascal Badji D? is are qu ’ no patent N ’ D? vr? vant what doesn't L ’ invention pass with succ? the phases technique, administrative and financi?. “There are then the caract? S of nouveaut? ’ activit? nventive and L ’ industrial application”, Pr? our interlocutor. Is C ’ apr? these tests that L ’ Oapi does have D? vr? Maguette Ndiaye its patent, 29 D? mbre 1998.
COURTS BY ALL
This invention has to him, well S? been worth strong a reputation? Does the World Bank seek? ’ to be useful about it in its campaigns against the pauvret? N Africa. Organizations amndt? cains of research has courtis?. Ndiaye for qu ’ it sells it to them. In front of do its refusal, they have matter to him? E to work? or counts. New refusal. “Will qu ’ I seek on their premises? Here, J ’ have all it? uoi I can aspire. M? did S ’ they pay me billion, C ’ is here that I would come D? nser. Under these conditions, why go on their premises? I Pr? Re to remain here and assist my close relations and my country.” Am? cains, which has continuation in the id? , have agreement to him? N aimed permanent for their country.





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Esprit Critique
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Critical spirit
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Doesn't the critical spirit consist? out to criticize but? to enir for truth only what one does have v? fi? What it is? 'assistance of logic, the statistics, the probabilit? or of the argumentation.
Will any reader and listener of argumentative speeches be int? S? rear this text which proposes some means for? borer its own opinion without letting itself misuse by speeches manipulators or erron?.

Much of? its argumentative, during these last months, is badly structur? (not of advertisement of the plan, not of reference mark? do S in the text), contain reasoning erron? a vocabulary unnecessarily compliqu? do T abound in quotations or others (whereas a R? rence would be enough if the author had his clean id?).

“Correct speech”, also call? politically correct”, is a type of speech which consists? tiliser certain words or expressions with an aim G? ral of D? nformer in order to emp? er any R? exion or D? T on a subject gift?

Idiots? in this premi? is the folds on is and L Â’ aggressivit? does U Â’ one carry? Â’ author.

We must thus including me communicate mani? clear, deep, Pr? and effective.

Does the objective of an effective communication consist of the R? lution of a dilemma: to render comprehensible a id? quickly and well. What? NT gift? diversit has? be recipient and data carriers, rel? impossible exercise.

Thus, Whatever the milked subject? it is essential R? ndre with the questions What, Which/For Which, O? and/How and Why. R? nses? be seven questions will allow compl? lies to determine the subject in D? mposant harmoniously. Remains? to hoisir if it is Pr? fire-rake of D? lopper certain aspects or of all them? ilibrer.
There are at least four approaches for Pr? nter a work.
1. Synth? that: one leaves? ments D? it? to arrive at the R? ltat.
2. Analytical: one leaves the R? ltat then one D? island them? ments.
3. Synth? Co-analytical: one leaves principal? ments to arrive at the R? ltat any D? it R? Li? lies them? ments.
4. Analytico-synth? that: one leaves the R? ltat then one D? island them? ments while pointing out R? Li? the R lie? ltats partial.

Can our communications have a stamp of smoothness for the construction of L Â’ Africa.

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« Si les APE passaient, ce serait catastrophique pour les ACP »
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“If the APE passed, it would be catastrophic for the ACP STATES”
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Aujourd Â’ today and tomorrow? ouakchott, Ministers Commercial and Finances of Communaut? conomic of the States D Â’ Africa of L western Â’ (CDEAO) R? issent for D? rminer the continuation of N? ciations on the agreements of partnership? nomic (APE) with L Â’ Union europ? . The Swiss sociologist and rapporteur sp? Al of L Â’ UNO on the right? Â’ food, has us Re? yesterday for D? ncer the pressures exerc? by the Europ Commission? on the ACP countries. Does L Â’ author of “L Â’ Empire of Shame”, Editions Beech, available out of pocket, see in the APE, another “Organization of the Hunger” by My? be world. Ziegler esp? what the “combat visionary of Pr? tooth Wade, L Â’ carries”. Do a support of size but the Africans, still go R? ster? (Talks)


Pensez you that the APE constitute a danger to the S? laughs? limentaire in Africa?

“Listen, I find that Pr? tooth Wade T? igneous D Â’ a great courage and D Â’ large a lucidit? our S Â’ to oppose firmly to the APE. Idiots? in it of these agreements is triple: L Â’ agreement of Cotonou which was to last jusqu Â’ in 2020 has? broken unilat? lement then qu Â’ it Pr? L Â’ asym yait? Pr IE? T free a acc? African farmers with the march? did North and give the possibilit? N m? time to raise taxation of the agricultural imports of North. If the APE passed, it would be catastrophic for the ACP STATES. Would these countries N Â’ have more the right to raise taxes douani? S, gold in? ts industrial strongly industrialis? like do Switzerland, France, etc, the customs play a R? N? igeable aujourd Â’ today. But the taxes douani? S are essential for the countries of the South. If African countries N Â’ had which it more, they S Â’ would still impoverish, and D Â’ F? dramatic. To do the APE S Â’ add L Â’ agreement D Â’ investment who Pr? it one? L treatment for a capital? anger as for an indigenous capital. Multinationals like Nestl? ourraient to require the m? does treatment what N Â’ import which SME S? galaise, but it is? tooth, and does L Â’ history L Â’ have montr? what without protection no industry indigenous can D? lopper. To make enter in comp? tion of the companies S? galaises with the premi? multinational and agro-alimentary in the world is quite simply impossible. C Â’ is as which would say a match of boxing between Mike Tyson and poor of the suburbs D Â’ Abidjan. C Â’ is madness! R? be are the m? S for both but the situation of D? rt is? demented person completely diff? nte. L Â’ agreement D Â’ investment is another catastrophe which threatens. J Â’ esp? much what the combat visionary Pr? tooth Wade L Â’ carries. There is a m? is incredible on behalf of Europ? S because L Â’ EU does make agricultural dumping with the S? Gall, in Mali, and everywhere. L Â’ year? derni? , the countries industrialis? do North have pay? 49 billion dollars of subsidies? Â’ export and? production has? country eurs. What makes qu Â’? andaga aujourd Â’ today, you can buy L? my and of the Portuguese fruits, fran? S, Spanish, Italian, Greeks, etc? oiti? U with the third of the price of the products S? galais? ivalents. Some kilom? be further, under a sun Br? does T, the Wolof peasant work with his wife and her children jusqu Â’? 5 hours per Â… day. And doesn't N Â’ have the least chance D Â’ acqu? R in? angel a minimum income D? NT. As I L Â’ have soulign? years L Â’ Empire of shame, little D Â’? be human on ground work as much and under conditions as difficult as the African peasants, Wolof of the S? Gall, Bambara of Mali, Mossi of Burkina or Bashi of Kivu. ”

Pr. Ziegler, O? ? S you with the hunger in the world and in particular in Africa?

“The number D Â’ affam? has augment? isn't the famine? of 842 million in 2005? 54 million in 2007. Do each day, 100,000 people die of hunger or its continuations imm? ates. Every 5 seconds, a child below 10 years dies of hunger. Every 4 minutes, quelqu Â’ one becomes blind for lack of vitamin A. The FAO which is dirig? by an S? galais remarkable, Jacques Diouf, who is the best DG than L Â’ organization ever knew, said that L Â’ world agriculture, in L Â’? T current of its D? loppement, could nourish without probl? S (2,700 calories/adult per day) twelve (12) billion D Â’? be human. We are currently 6,3 billion D Â’ individuals, C Â’ is? anger what double of L Â’ humanit? ourrait? E normally nourished, without recourse to the GMO. In other words, there N is no fatalit? Not, contrary? do E what say Europ? S: “C Â’ is terrible the famine in Africa! etc Â…”. Not, there N is no fatalit? a child who dies of hunger, dies assassin? Is L Â’ Africa Sub-saharienne particuli? frapp lies? because, between 1972 and 2002, the figure of those which are seriously and permanently underfeeds? is not? E 79 million? 02 million. In Africa, the hunger is a fl?. It increases D Â’ F? inqui? nte and constitutes a massacre with the daily newspaper. ”

L Â’ agriculture does not nourish any more its man in Africa. Are the African villages emptied of their youth which flees put? in dugouts of fortune. Is this for that which you have D? lopp? evant the Council of the Rights of L Â’ Homme this new concept: “R? gi? hunger”? Which S Â’ acts it?

“The policy of the agricultural dumping europ? D? uit life of the African farmers and that their children. Is C Â’? the lib? lism! With the m? is moment, L Â’ Europe barricaded against those which J Â’ have call? “R? gi? hunger”. It is those, which flee their country by “N? ssit?. They are not the R? gi?? nomic which is the people who migrate by suitability. I D? nds L Â’? T of N? ssit? ui is a well-known concept of the international law and majority of the national laws. L Â’? T of N? ssit? St objectively v? reliable. To survive, L Â’ affam? ILO to cross fronti? S. It does it it? lement. L Â’ it? reads? St supprim? by L Â’? T of N? ssit?

Aminata Traor? L Â’ old minister Malian which I do quote in my book, R? me well the situation: “human, financial and technological means that L Â’ Europe of 27 D? oient against African migratory flows are, in fact, those D Â’ a war in due form between this world power and of the young rural and urban Africans without D? nse, of which rights? Â’? cation? Â’ information? nomic, with work and? Â’ food is bafou? in many countries under structural adjustment etc ”

In 37 countries of the 53 which account the African continent, L Â’ essential of the national richness is produced by L Â’ agriculture. Are the APE born under the dictat from L Â’ OMC which practises a lib? irresponsible lism. Did L Â’ OMC have gift? N D? I? Â’ Union Europ? which did not go jusqu Â’ to 31 D? mbre, L Â’ enjoignant D Â’ to found the lib? total lisation. Is C Â’ a absurdit? D Â’ as much more than N? is ciation done under conditions D? stable. It is? tooth what the LDCS, of which the S? Gall, D? ndent much the coop? tion with D? loppement, of the EDF (the funds europ? D? loppement) and of the programs of coop? tion. Do some say that Louis Michel and his coll? be make blackmail: “sign the APE or you N Â’ will have more coop? tion”. NR? ciation or blackmail? Is C Â’ the m? ode utilis? who is D? stable. ”

But Professor, whom do you say to the Africans who launch out in the bio? anol?

“The Br fact? my? and of C? ales to transform them into agro-fuel is a crime. Is C Â’ true that L Â’ air becomes unbreathable in the countries more industrialis? O? does y have strong a densit? E cars. It is true qu Â’ with the climatic destruction, it is necessary to do something but substitute? Â’ fossil gasoline, p? oli? , the bio? anol constitutes a crime against L Â’ humanit? rear one Br? food to make L Â’ gasoline.

Does L Â’ EU want qu Â’ in 2020, 10% of the fuel utilis? N Europe is biocarburant. But which will produce it? Who will die of hunger moreover? Is C Â’? tooth, Africans! Only one example: if you fill tank with 50 L. with will your car, one need Br? 352 kilos of my? What can nourish during one year? a child in Zambia or in Mexico O? my? is basic food. One is in front of a crossroads. The countries industrialis? in one?? does E total want to keep to them mani? of living with their hundreds of million cars while passing simply from the fossil fuel to the agricultural fuel. “The Africans will produce us?”. I find that C Â’ is one?? E total. ”

However of do the countries weld? lopp? under food? are under the charm of the bio? anol. What to make?

“Do J Â’ have demand? L Â’ Assembl? G? rail of the United Nations? ew York L Â’ application D Â’ moratorium a five (5) years on biocarburant because science progresses tr? quickly. I am not against the biocarburants S Â’ they are obtained on D? ets agricultural; if this N Â’ is not them? S of bl? U Â’ one Br? but stems. I will be D Â’ agreement as a long time as L Â’ one will be able to obtain bio? anol with D? ets. I will say Tr then? Well, L Â’ important C Â’ is qu Â’ one does not touch? food has. ”

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VRAI AFRICAIN
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TRUE AFRICAN
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What is what makes you true African?

1. You unroll all your gifts carefully, of kind so that you can re-use packing.

2. You call a person whom you never met front, uncle or tantie.
3. More than 90% of the music CD and cassettes in your house are illegal copies.
4. Your garage is always full with trifles because you never throw anything, just if you would need some.
5. You have a miniature collection of bottle of shampoo of your stays in the hotels. (Gocool, soft heart, African pride….).

6. You almost always have while travelling by plane of the excess luggage because them gifts has to bring back to the family to the country or, while leaving abroad, because of the local foodstuffs.
7. All the children have annoying nicknames (kind Papou, Papitou, Papi, Mignon, Bijou, etc…).
9. Nobody in your family and entourage informs you that it comes for a visit, except when it arrived (uncle, beautiful sisters, nephews, cousin, friend, girlfriend…).
10. You make only the phone calls witha rate the cheaper night (particularly signalling equipment).
12. You never have less than 20 people to accomodate you with the airport or to leave you even if it is a local flight.
13. You continue to change your supplier of service Internet or mobile telephony because the first month of the new supplier is free. (I know certain Ohhh of it! .....).

14. The office supplies mysteriously find their way in your residence. (trombones, staplers, pins of office, punching machine, Scotch tape, etc…).
15. When you are young, your parents buy clothing and shoes to you at least a size too large so that they last longer.
16. When there are receptions at the office or in friends, we carry 90% of food in blue or black sachets.
17. We hate our colleagues who are qualified and rigorous in their work. It is caught for which that one!!! it tires people, tchrrrrr!!!! one can same step being a little late even!!
18. Our principal activities are: the affairage, the commerage, the show.
19. Our young brothers and sisters or people whom we lodge never do not contribute to the loads of the hearth.
20. We do not have the direction of the honor, nor of the responsibility.
21. We are ready to send toxic waste in our countries to kill our brothers for some tickets of euros (… ).
22. With the approach of the elections the crossroads are crammed canaries “fallen from the sky” (nobody put them there generally).
23. The concept of cousin remains very ambiguous nowadays (provided that one has pleasure).
24. Despite everything the beliefs (catholic, Moslems,…) one remains all the same attached to the old marabout of the district of at side and to the traditions of the villages.
25. Even if at the house one does not eat, outside the rich person well is made and brags it is a trade mark. I note that you mouse, because you recognize yourself in at least one of these characteristics. We remain always African, despite everything these years far or in the continent.


PS: pass the message to your neighbor so that it knows what makes it African!!!!!



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