Ivory Coast’s Tragedy

In February, one of the Ivorian opposition leaders said: “It might not be a Tunisian revolution, it might not be an Egyptian revolution, but it will be a revolution”. In fact, it’s a weaker version of Libyan revolution. The UN has evacuated its civilian staff from its base in Ivory Coast as thousands of rebel troops gather outside Abidjan for what looks set to be a bloody final offensive. Soldiers backing the country’s UN-recognised president, Alassane Ouattara, clashed with forces loyal to the fake president, Laurent Gbagbo, in the country’s main city and former capital, Abidjan. Maybe we could call Ouattara “Ivorian Mousavi” ! and Gbagbo “Ivorian Mr. shit” (Gbagbo in Persion language could be read “Goh ba Goh”! that means “shit with shit” !) Of course it’s a joke, and Ouattara is not like Mousavi. In fact, he is not very decent. UN deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights had received “unconfirmed but worrying reports” that the pro-Ouattara force “has been committing human rights violations” during the advance toward Abidjan. Red Cross spokeswoman Dorothea Krimitsas said: “ We have information that at least 800 persons were killed on 29 March in Duekoue in intercommunal violence. Our colleagues saw hundreds of bodies. We strongly suspect that was the result of intercommunal violence. Since Monday or so tens of thousands of people have fled the area. ” And in the recent days, Gunfire and the sound of heavy weapons fire rang out across Abidjan as the country’s former rebels pressed an offensive to oust Gbagbo, who is refusing to leave office.

Ivorian Mr. shit and his state TV accused the French of preparing a genocide like that in Rwanda in 1994!!, in which more than 800,000 people were killed. Ivory Coast’s Mr. shit is really like his counterpart in Iran, i.e. Khamenei, a nasty unabashed killer, a shameless liar, and an unrepentant and brutal tyrant. The Ivorian state TV says: “Sarkozy’s men are preparing a Rwandan genocide in Ivory Coast ! Ivorians, let us go out en masse and occupy the streets. Let us stay standing.” France took control of the city’s airport and increased its military presence, fuelling Ivorian Mr. shit’s hostile rhetoric against foreign “occupation”. The Ivory Coast’s situation is really tragic and sepcial, like other undeveloped parts of Africa. The opposition have controlled northern Ivory Coast since a 2002-03 civil war effectively split the country in two. Even in the south, the main city, Abidjan, had plenty of anti-Gbagbo sentiment. While Gaddafi enjoys oil wealth, Ivory Coast’s chief export is cocoa, which has been hit by Ouattara’s call for a trade embargo. Over four months international sanctions have also gradually boxed in the president, shutting down banks, crippling schools and hospitals and fuelling popular demand for change. Meanwhile, Ouattara has clashed with the UN over claims that fighters allied to him had massacred hundreds of civilians, an allegation that threatens to tarnish his credentials as the elected, internationally supported leader. The total number of people killed since the presidential election in November is now more than 1,300. Until now up to 1 million have fled their homes. The true figure is likely to be much higher. Pierre Kraehenbuehl, of the International Committee of the Red Cross said: “Casualty numbers, killed and injured, is running into the thousands. That is our indication.” Ouattara’s fighters now control about 80% of the country, and we hope the Ivorian Mr. shit would be defeated very soon, the Ivorian civil war would be ended very soon, and the Ivorian could have the real democracy and freedom.

The population of the countries that have some sort of unrepentant and brutal tyrants, could show us many things. The western media’s reaction and the lunatic left’s reaction to each of these countries would become more interesting, when we knew their population. Lets have a look at their population: Bahrain 1 million, Gaza Strip 1.5 million, Lebanon 4 million, Libya 6 million, Jordan 6 million, I-s-r-a-e-l 7 million, Tunisia 10 million, Cuba 11 million, Ivory Coast 21 million, Syria 22 million, Yemen 23 million, Saudi Arabia 25 million, Venezuela 27 million, Afghanistan 28 million, Iraq 29 million, Sudan 45 million, Iran 75 million, and Egypt 80 million.

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