Africa: How to Know if a Politician is Good

Listen to him or her carefully.

If he did not say anything about the separation of secret societies and Freemasons lodges from politics, then he is another bluffer.

If he is from the so called francophone countries and did not say anything about getting out of the colonial currency Francs CFA, and renouncing the french colonial pact, then you just have another puppet in front you.

If he did not say anything about universal literary for all children in XY years, then he doesn’t know what it takes to change a country for good.

If he did not talk about how to reduce the country dependency on foreign capital and expertise, from hit institutions like the IMF, the world bank, the EU, etc. then he has no pride, and he has no economical plan, and would only apply the one sent to him by those institutions.

If he did not pledge to drive only cars manufactured in the country in xy years, dress in suit made by local designers, furniture his home and office with pieces made by our finest artists/craftsmen, or drink alcohol/beverages our finest traditions have produced, then don’t trust any of his other intentions.

If he has no plan for our national languages revival, and put massive personal investment in that, then know that he has an inferiority complex, and he will sell us out to the people he admire.

Be weary, if he go to the United Nations, and speaks in colonial languages to the world as if we don’t have our own languages.

If he did no talk about his plan to curb foreign religions extremism and bad influences on our culture and people, then he has not clue how science and technology are the backbone of material well being, not prayers.

If he did not mention rural areas, women sufferings and abuse, violence against kids, ten times in any of his speech, then he will rule for a small elite.

If his email address finishes with or, don’t even go to his meeting. He is another naive soul tormented by a big ego. He has no clue what is National Security!

If he has worked for the World bank, IMF, IFC or some evil international corporations, ask him what he has learned working for those predatory institutions.

If BBC, CNN, RFI, the main foreign propaganda medias in Africa, and their journalists and proxy commentators are not attacking him overtly or covertly,or belittling him, then he would not serve the interest of the country first, but would take orders from the evil empire system and work for their corporations interests.

Ask the hard questions. Ask him where he has found money to finance his campaign?

If he did not get nervous answering any of the questions or comment above, then support him, vote for him, make him your next President.


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About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of, Founder of, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at

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