“Are not US Democrats undermining Justice/Peace in Africa more than ...” This pertinent question comes from Africans and African-Americans who are now familiar with the CABINDA ISSUE! “ANGOLA did not have formal relations with the UNITED STATES until 1993, when the Clinton Administration recognized the Government of Angola on 19th May 1993. That is to say US Democrats endorsed Angola’s illegal and illegitimate occupation of CABINDA and the plundering being inflicted on that tiny African country. How come AMERICA says nothing about an illegally occupied country whose oil production is about to reach two million barrels a day (apart from its diamonds, uranium, gold, hard-wood, etc.) and yet people are forced to live on less than $1 per day? Mobutu Sese Seko was a dictator and a Western agent in Africa and we all welcomed his fall in 1997, believing it marked the end of neo-colonialism on our continent. Sadly, the fall of Mobutu orchestrated by the Clinton Administration only came to worsen the situation with more than six millions of Congolese people killed so far.” The Africans and African-Americans concerned agree that “since there is a vital national (US) interest at stake in that occupied country, the UNITED STATES should help PORTUGAL fulfill its legal, political, and moral obligations regarding CABINDA, its former Protectorate!
Thanks for your time and help in this topic.
Bartolomeu Capita (Mr.)
Chairman, Cabindan National Movement