Ndeko Congolais oyo ezali Programme ya ba Marches.
1) Lundi 09/01/12 na 12:00h Ambassade ya USA.
2) Mercredi 11/01/12 na Downing Street
3) Vendredi 13/01/12 marche apartir Ya 12:00h Ambassade ya Congo na 59 Portland Street Ti na Downing Street…
Together we stand, divided we fall…
Send the letter below as an email to your Local MP (find your MP here http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/ )
Dear_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,
As a member of your constituency I would like to bring the unstable situation caused by rigged and fraudulent elections, that took place in the Democratic Republic of Congo [DRC] to your attention. I am worried that the subsequent violence and human rights violations targeted at members and supporters of the opposition parties that took place before, around and after the elections are likely to further escalate. Therefore, I call on the international Continue reading Write to your MP
To all MEMBERS OF CONGO UNITED FOR FREEDOM BOLIMBISI WE HAVE CHANGED THE MEETING TIME DUE TO PEOPLE DEMAND.
TO ALL CONGOLESE AND MEMBERS OF CONGO UNITED FOR FREEDOM WE HAVE OUR NEXT MEEETING ON SATURDAY 7TH/01/2012 @15H30 IN SELBY CENTER TOTTENHAM BUS W3.
PLEASE BA NDEKO TO MEMA CONTRIBUTION NA BISO INGETA
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White King Red Rubber Black Death describes how King Leopold II of Belgium turned Congo into its private colony between 1885 and 1908.
Under his control, Congo became a gulag labor camp of shocking brutality. Leopold posed as the protector of Africans fleeing Arab slave-traders but, in reality, he carved out an empire based on terror to harvest rubber