Thursday, December 16, 2010
Good Governance is about changing our individual and collective behavior for good!
Dear Patriotic Global Citizens & Friends of African Union and Greater Ethiopia Without Borders:
Re: Tony Blair and his Government Work.
I found this interesting story about Tony who wants to preach good governance to Africa and he did not do it while in office as British PM.
Yes, we honor great ideas and tools for empowering the local population at all cost.
However, AIDs has not had a positive result. Most Global AID to Africa is not about business, growth and transformation. It is about keeping new dependencies, that kept Africa in the Dark when Europe utilized Africa's resources to come out of its 1855 Economic Crisis and now the 2010 Economic Crisis is looking to Africa for solutions.
So, we need to critically appraise what the African Governance Interpretative is doing and check if it has access to Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and other Counter-Intelligence outfits that are seeking to distabilize Africa for a new revolution where millions of our youth will die in the name of new governance initiatives, revolutions and all sorts of Mujahedeens that were unleashed on the Middle East and Africa just some 20 years ago by Jimmy Carter and his polish national Security Advisor.
Africa remembers the 1960s where Mobutu, a millitary thug was encouraged to massacre the bright African leaders and created the African mess for over 50 years. What is the African Governance Initiative trying to do in Africa.
Our memory of Tony and his intelligent service is not that heartwarming. The Niger case is in point here.
Remember the Niger Uranium Story and Sadam Husein and "She is Game" move about the US spy outed by Dick Cheynie Aid, etc that started the new holocaust in the Middle East?
Remember the Africa Initiative that tried to get the crippling debt of Highly indebted African governments? Just compare that with what is happening at Goldman Sachs, Bernie Madoff and lack of governance at Wall Street, that is sinking the global economy.
Who is responsible for all these malfunctioning governments in Europe (The PIGS) Portugal, Ireland, Greek and Spain: and the good old IMF churning out its conditionalities that sacked the treauries of Latin America, Tiger Countries and Great Old Russia. Now, the Wall Treat is sinking trillions by the day and Africa cannot afford to be part of this great deregulations!
Africa is the only continent that survived the Financial Meltdown, but who sending all these sufosticated arms and the new religions of "My Prophet is the best vehicle of God" and without him all of you should die business and gives the equipment for the suicides of so many vulnerable poor, perhaps delinquent and mentally ill young boys?
Imagine, if we can treat all these delinquent and rather distrubed young people with some social therpay, instead of giving them guns, bombs and all sorts of suicidal weapons of mass destruction.
Just imagine where the Governance of the Globe and especially Africa will be if Africa is left alone to its Growth and Transformation Agenda.
I believe, Tony should focus on Britain, whose youth will not have a chance to go to university, and then the unemployed masses of Europe. No more 1855 type Berlin Conference to recolonize Africa with the mantra of Africa needs a new governance!
Yes, Africa needs business, growth and development and not new revolutions like Ivory Coast and Sudan, who will be explotied by all the Gun & Drug Dealers of the world at the expense of our vulnerable children.
Yet, our task to honor Tony for his good will and share our perspective. This time, Tony, Europe and Britain need you more. Leave Africa alone to the Growth and Tansformation Agenda!
We need to have an African Agenda developed by Africans and implemented by Africans. Will the African Governance Imitative allow to do this. That is at the heart of this comment!
How did Tony succeed at the Quartet in the Middle East. The recent story from Jerusalem is not that heart warming either. So, at last what is the qualitative and quantitative advantage of such initiatives? Who is the judge and what is the methodology for transparency and accountability and responsiveness of such initiatives. Does the African Union evaluate these enterprises? Who is supervising such great efforts?
Will that happen ever? That is the question, please read on.