President of the United States of America Donald Trump has hit hard at Africans once again and this time posing a weird question whether Africans are really qualified to be called humans.
He said in quotes “If you sit on Gold, diamond, oil, manganese, uranium and your people don’t have food, ARE YOU HUMANS?
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Cathrine is asking the same Question and even directing it to herself in a philosophical manner
Very good question, indeed let’s look critically at what we have. Educated people, a land with great wealth
But look we are going deeper and deeper in debts, soon we will be auctioned. we sit on wealth, what can we do to save Africa. What ideas can we lay down to save us and the generations to come.
The big question are we human for real!!!!!!!! Serah…..????????
I am pointing at me too glad that President Trump is provoking me to think and ask, with all the wealth in Kenya…Serah?????
Are we human, are we living for today only
What about the generations to come.
Alice , love the way you look at things , the word is systems they have created systems with hidden codes our leaders have been told sign here, without a thought they sign I strongly believe unity is power and if Kenyans unite we can change the face of our country.
Alice Munyua minces no words:
We have already been auctioned.
The word through the grapevine says that Africa is so much in debt, we cannot pay it if wanted to.
This has been going on for the last 50 plus years.
And we are just now waking up from our slumber.
However, there is hope.
We can bring down this predatory economic system. But this will require unity among all Africans and God.
It’s a very complex system that they have perfected over 100 plus years while we slept. This will require wisdom.
And don’t expect your politicians to help you. They are part of the predatory system. That system will corrupt even a saint.
WE CAN CHANGE THINGS AS SUSAN PUTS IT
That is why we have CODU, to get pple together. Question is if we’re serious or just wishing it. Everyone is for himself, and very few will help out a brother who seeks to succeed in life. Competition is killing us. We have to kill it first, and realize we need one another, not everyone for himself.