The only war that is worth is that of the fight against poverty. This is the message that an illustrious contemporary, Abbé Pierre (peace to his soul), has left us, among other things, as an inheritance. This message is addressed, in my opinion, with much more echo to politicians and especially to the Statesmen. But how many statesmen the Congo still counts? By listening to the political actors in the old democracies, I have chosen to choose politics in order to serve the people and the country. Closer to us, on March 8, 1977, President Ngouabi made a masterful and historical testimony that, A politician puts himself at the service of his people, including when it is necessary, to accept to sacrifice his own life for the well-understood interest of his people.
In the Congo, politics, revolution, democracy are words that have marked the population. But it is clear that the time of the patriotic ideologues who harangued the crowds shouting loudly “Everything for the people, nothing but the people” is gone. I simply observe that the time of the local servants, the irreducible opponents to the single thought, is henceforth a vague memory. Sassou holding a new biometric “falsifiable” identity card Eventually, by observing the Congolese political scene, Attitude of some Congolese politicians arises in case of school. Yesterday, we were among the opponents who denounced the lack of transparency in the management of the country’s oil resources, the mismanagement of power and the state.
Yesterday they drew our attention and that of the international community on the denial of democracy, because the 2002 elections in the Congo was a masquerade. Today, while the same conditions they denounced in 2002 are still valid, here they explain to us that it is necessary to support the very one that they vilipend so little. My grandfather and the majority of the Congolese are confused. In such a cacophony, how can we persuade the Congolese population that politics, Is not synonymous with lying? In fact, everything suggests that politicians have only one dream: to gain power and use it to satisfy their personal interests. This is contrary to the real ideals of a statesman. Therefore, the temptation is strong to conclude that in the Congo there is no consistent statesman. Indeed, there are many intellectuals and politicians who, in order to satisfy their basely material interests, place themselves in order to receive alms. The Government thus operates the gradual reduction, and boasts of it, of the number of opponents. When in the circles of power one speaks of the pervers and the vagabonds political, it is in fact of these politicians politicians without moral values nor dignity. Why so many such reversals? Apart from the symbol of political corruption, what are the strong signals that have been launched by the Sassou system so that we can understand the support and rallying of some opposition politicians to its way of governing? Of course there are only fools who do not change. But one thing is to be put to their credit, they do not dehumanize.
They retain at least their dignity. What will the sovereign National Conference serve? There are only the imbeciles who do not change. But one thing is to be put to their credit, they do not dehumanize. They retain at least their dignity. What will the sovereign National Conference serve? There are only the imbeciles who do not change. But one thing is to be put to their credit, they do not dehumanize. They retain at least their dignity. What will the sovereign National Conference serve?
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