Cop 21 for the entire world, not just for the light-skinned part of the world (photo cr.: ibtimes.co.uk)
WHY CELEBRATE COP 21 WHEN THE LEADERS IGNORE THE EVIL AND MONEY-CORRUPTING FORCES THAT ARE DESTROYING ONE-THIRD OF THE EARTH’S LUNGS – THE 2ND LARGEST RAINFOREST ON EARTH?
As UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon welcomed over a hundred world leaders to the UN, this April 22, 2016 in order for them to sign the COP 21 Agreement, anyone who is HONEST and seriously interested in the survival of our planet Earth should read this and take stock.
This is about ONE-THIRD of the LUNGS of our planet and it is being quickly destroyed by greed, corruption, murder, and gang-rape. This is befalling a race of people who are, today, the object of world media and world leaders’ indifference, silence, and contempt (over 8 million have been slaughtered and over 3 million women and little girls have been gang-raped) because of the victims’ “sable skin,” as the French Philosopher and Scholar of the 19th century, Count Constantin de Volney, put it so bluntly in his indictment of the ruling powers of his time. The Black race in Africa, de Volney wrote, had become the object of the ruling world’s “scorn” and discrimination. Nevertheless, anyone who’s not corrupt, racist, greedy, or ignorant and who’s sincere about saving the earth’s environment must, at the very least, dialogue with us who are involved in trying to end the generalized slaughter of the people and of the biodiversity of the country that is the subject of this article.
Celebrating Cop 21 while letting Rwanda, with TOTAL impunity, occupy, kill and gang rape the people, and destroy the biodiversity in the Congo-Zaire while totally ignoring the people’s voices and their cries (photo cr.: Alphr.com)
The country of the Blacks we are dealing with here is the Democratic Republic of the Congo, or, as we like to refer to it, Congo-Zaire.
How important is Congo-Zaire to the survival of our common planet EARTH?
According to Greenpeace.org of the United Kingdom (England), “the rainforest of the Congo basin is the second largest on Earth; only the Amazon is larger. Around two-thirds of the region’s intact forest is found in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)…”
ANYONE WHO CARES ABOUT COP-21 MUST REACTS TO THE FOLLOWING BY GREENPEACE:
“The wealth of biodiversity is also immense… the Congo plays a vital role in regulating climate, both locally and globally…. In spite of all this natural wealth (or, more to the point, because of it), the African forests are under threat: titles for these areas across central Africa already cover some 50 million hectares… More than 20 million hectares of logging titles are in the DRC, where international logging companies are causing social chaos and environmental havoc….
“In the DRC, we’ve also shown that in exchange for the rights to log timber worth many hundreds of thousands of dollars, companies may give communities gifts worth as little as $100. These ‘social responsibility contracts’ provide gifts like salt, beer, soap and sugar and are little more than licences to loot the country’s rainforest, so we prefer to call them ‘contracts of shame’. Schools and hospitals promised by the loggers also fail to materialise but the communities are also forced to sign away their right to protest. Those who do are often met with intimidation and sometimes arrest as the local authorities side with the loggers.
“The impact of uncontrolled logging on climate change could be catastrophic. If current trends continue, by 2050 deforestation in the DRC will release about the same amount of CO2 into the atmosphere as the UK has over the last sixty years…”
THE GREEDY COMPANIES ARE GETTING THEIR “CONTRACTS OF SHAME” FROM “JOSEPH KABILA”’S GOVERNEMENT… (Remember the British exposed that he had stolen and stored away $15 billion of DRC wealth in the British Virgin Islands (this chap, as the British would say, who entered the DRC for the first time wearing gardener’s boots in 1996 as Commander Hyppo with the RPA, the Rwandan army that was led by James Kabarebe, his uncle and today’s Rwandan defense minister) and his aunt Jaynet “Kabila” was just cited in the Panama Papers with billions stored there too).
THE GOOD WORLD LEADERS AND PHILANTHROPISTS SHOULD LISTEN TO US, CONGOLESE-ZAIRIANS, WHO CARE ABOUT OUR COUNTRY, OUR PEOPLE, AND OUR BIODIVERSITY, ITS SURVIVAL AND THE SURVIVAL OF OUR OWN PEOPLE, OF OUR OWN WOMEN AND LITTLE GIRLS, AND OF THE WORLD’S ENVIRONMENT. WE ISSUED, IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH, OUR SOLEMN DECLARATION, WHICH EXPLAINS WHY OUR COUNTRY HAS BEEN IN THIS SITUATION FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS NOW…
WHO ARE DESTROYING CONGO-ZAIRE’S PEOPLE AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT?
The UN has been conspiring NOT to expose the killers and the destroyers of Congo-Zaire’s people and biodiversity. It has buried and locked in its drawers The Mapping Report of October 1, 2010. How long? What happened to the pledge of Never Again? Who is the UN protecting by burying this Report, Bill Clinton, Paul Kagame, the slaughtered and gang raped Congolese people, the Congolese biodiversity being decimated? (The UN knows that if this report is investigated, it will expose the criminals… However, the UN’s raison d’être is NOT to protect mass murderers but to protect and safeguard the lives of the innocent, regardless of the color of their skin, and, as to COP 21 and humanity’s environment, the UN should be prosecuting mass killers who have NO immunity regardless of their position…).
Whatever happened to “Never Again” or do you weep only for the light skinned ones , oh ye the powerful? (photo cr.: climatechangenews.com)
The BBC’s investigative documentary report speaks volumes on the African Great Lakes horror stories since 1990 when Paul Kagame led mono-ethnic Tutsi forces, backed by the Ugandan official army, to take power by force in Rwanda, in 1994, when Kagame ordered the shooting down of the Rwandan government presidential plane that killed two heads of state.
Additionally, “Crisis in the Congo, Uncovering the Truth”, documents the invasion of the Congo-Zaire under the twin command of Clinton-Kagame, which has led to the unspeakable and still continuing slaughter, mass rapes, and the above-mentioned “contracts of shame”.
For all these crimes and environmental destruction in the Congo-Zaire to end, good world leaders and philanthropists must unite and speak and work with the Congolese forces outside of the DRC such as the Congolese Common Front, in order to speed up the change that is needed in the DRC.
The earth will be better off when the nations, the governments, and the influential philanthropists join forces to battle and prosecute mass killers and greedy companies that put money above human lives and the survival of our planet’s biodiversity.