THE FRAGILE BEAUTY OF AFRICA
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There are a lot of positive things we can do about the situation in our continent, putting aside our icy, raging political mood swings due to party divide and unrelenting ideology and pursue a common ...

There are a lot of positive things we can do about the situation in our continent, putting aside our icy, raging political mood swings due to party divide and unrelenting ideology and pursue a common radical change.

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  • THE FRAGILE BEAUTY OF AFRICA Campaign for change in Africa : visit www.online2africa.wordpress.com
    • Now is the time to put an end to the chaotic life we live in Africa. We [Africans] all need to wake up and smell the liberating wind of change and the changing political landscape across the world.
    • We have all seen the long term consequences of selling our rights to nasty, brutish and irresponsible leaders. We need liberation from the shackles of poverty, deprivation, hunger, and an end to the continuous spectrum of war across Africa's unique landscape and people.
    • There are a lot of positive things we can do about the situation in our continent, putting aside our icy, raging political mood swings due to party divide and unrelenting ideology and pursue a common radical change.
    We also need to vigorously accept and embrace this liberating truth that selling of votes to politicians is old-fashioned. Selling your vote amounts to selling your basic rights. Africa has a vast resource of ambitious, inspirational, interesting and eligible personalities (leaders) waiting to come to the rescue of the fragile continent. Campaign for change in Africa
    • Our vote is our voice
    • Our voice is our realistic and attainable hope
    • Our hope is our pursuit of happiness and a credible change where everyone is valued equally, rights respected, governments become more productive and tranquil peace reigns.
    • Your hope for the much awaited, tantalising glimpse of change is your choice.
    • Do not be deceived into selling your votes.
    • Vote always for a credible change.
    Campaign for change in Africa: Visit www.online2africa.wordpress.com
    • The power for change and the change we so much desire will only come if only we become aware of how powerful and important tool our VOTES are in dire situations.
    • There is a lot of sadness in Africa, our people are bruised and abused by our leaders and some irresponsible political bigwigs whose senses are less obvious than the size of a peanut. It’s a hollow reality.
    • The situation in Zimbabwe is very appalling, government trying to stop food aid from reaching people in hospitals is slightly extreme.
  • The Input and Output Equation of a fragile Africa ARMS AND AMMUNITIONS Weapons of Mass Destruction No to FOOD AID No to Peaceful Resolution of conflicts No to foreign AID WORKERS Weapons of mass Disintegration Weapons of Vandalism No to western Democracy Import gadgets of mass corruption No to Human Rights Weapons of Mass Hunger Weapons of mass dehumanisation No to foreign health Professionals on volunteer services
  • THE FRAGILE BEAUTY OF AFRICA
    • Acknowledgement for use of photos
    • International Zoo Educators Association (IZEA) for use of photo on slide 1
    • Photo from SDC website is used on slide 2
    • Please visit
    • www.online2africa.wordpress.com
    • And make your voice heard
    • A voice for change
    • It’s Your Choice