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FW: US FAA downgrades DGCA over aviation safety fears

 

US FAA downgrades DGCA over aviation safety fears

NEW DELHI: Exposing the gross inadequacy of our aviation regulator to ensure safe air travel here, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has downgraded India's aviation safety ranking.

India has now been put in category II of safety ranking, from category 1 that directorate general of civil aviation (DGCA) was in earlier.

The decision was conveyed to DGCA's new chief Prabhat Kumar by an FAA delegation on Friday. The downgrade means that Indian carriers will now not be able to add flights to US. Also aircraft of Indian airlines that fly there - Air India and Jet Airways - can be be held indefinitely for checks there, which will make it difficult for them to adhere to schedule.

The first to be hit could be Air India which is supposed to join Star Alliance this summer. A number of US carriers are also part of this alliance but American laws prohibit them from entering into commercial relations like code share - a vital part of an alliance. So now if they will be able to do so with AI or not remains to be seen. Jet already has a code share with United.

India had for years been trying to evade a downgrade by US FAA due to the serious implications of such a move on Indian carriers by making tall claims on strengthening DGCA. But all that was mainly on paper and in reality the government has struggled to find someone to even head the regulatory agency.

After a recent audit last year, FAA found 33 inadequacies in the DGCA.

Like in the past, the government this time also tried to get away by making tall claims but the FAA did not buy the same now.

"This is a true reflection of the DGCA. Unlike the past when India and US ties wee very good and hence DGCA avoided a downgrade, the relations are not so strong now and hence the move. This will have very serious implications for Indian airlines," said a source.

The current category II ranking of India means that DGCA does not meet the norms of International Civil Aviation Organization standards in areas like technical expertise, trained personnel and record-keeping or inspection procedures.

Aviation minister Ajit Singh will brief the media on Friday afternoon on the issue.

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USA Africa Dialogue Series - African Diaspora Fellowship


As of today, online submissions for project requests and diaspora scholar expressions of interest are live. Host institutions and diaspora scholars can now submit their applications online. Please forward the good news to your networks.


The tabs on this page (one for scholars, one for institutions) also include downloadable guidelines to assist in this process.

The deadline for submissions is March 17, 2014.

Toyin Falola
Department of History
The University of Texas at Austin
104 Inner Campus Drive
Austin, TX 78712-0220
USA
512 475 7224
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    Briar <chndlrlrnz@aol.com> Jan 30 11:18PM -0800  

    *If the children have quite finished throwing snowballs at one another, I
    have counted the number of different names appearing on postings to "Jane's
    New Board" over the last few days of January 2014. and have had to conclude
    that less than 20 people actually participate regularly on it. When dear
    old POC was running this one, before Jane decided to split it and start the
    new one, there was a list of over 100 participants. *
     
    *This one now has about three of us altogether, so where have all the
    others fled to ?*
     
    *A once lively cybercommunty has been virtually wiped out. The new one is
    not working - I dont think it is all entirely Jane's fault. The handful of
    us that still try to keep either or both boards alive are kicking a dead
    horse. If all the one or two twits who want to act like members of the
    House of Clowns after another liquid lunch, playing pantomime games of *
    *"Here hear!"*
    *"Oh yes it is!" *
    *"**Oh no it isnt"*
    *"Behind you!"*
    *" Boo ! Sucks to you !"*
    *"It was all your lot's fault"*
    *and all that parliamentary drivel, cannot come up with better comments
    than those they are making, they are discouraging people from continuing to
    look in upon it and risk taking part. When people think that chucking
    personal insults at one another is serious debate, no wonder we have such
    an awful lot of useless MPs and a non-functioning legislature, as well as 2
    non-functioning discussion boards. *
     
    *The trouble with any slightly democratic-oriented system of government is
    simply that people always get the worst of what they are prepared to put up
    with. Until the people of Britain stop paying this 'orrible crew for
    messing about like they do, and instead chuck them all into the Thames with
    the rest of London's sewerage where they rightfully belong, you will
    continue to get what you are still prepared to put up with ! Same goes for
    the new board Jane set up, and the dying embers of this one.*
     
    *It needs a Revolution ! Anything else is just empty words.*

     

    John Rice <jar1a2@aol.com> Jan 31 03:35AM -0500  

    Lol Briar best count me out of your survey I'm on a world cruise and havnt bothered with looking at what's going on. Did you see those two who were dine for cyber bullying etc? Complete non entities Who wouldn't say boo to a goose in real life but feel very safe hiding behind no de plumes and their computers
     
    Sent from AOL Mobile Mail
     
     
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    From: Briar <chndlrlrnz@aol.com>
    To: gpn-general-politics-and-news <gpn-general-politics-and-news@googlegroups.com>
    Sent: Thu, Jan 30, 2014 11:19 PM
    Subject: Re: Janes new board......Flop or success.
     
     
     
    If the children have quite finished throwing snowballs at one another, I have counted the number of different names appearing on postings to "Jane's New Board" over the last few days of January 2014. and have had to conclude that less than 20 people actually participate regularly on it. When dear old POC was running this one, before Jane decided to split it and start the new one, there was a list of over 100 participants.
    This one now has about three of us altogether, so where have all the others fled to ?
    A once lively cybercommunty has been virtually wiped out. The new one is not working - I dont think it is all entirely Jane's fault. The handful of us that still try to keep either or both boards alive are kicking a dead horse. If all the one or two twits who want to act like members of the House of Clowns after another liquid lunch, playing pantomime games of
    "Here hear!"
    "Oh yes it is!"
    "
    Oh no it isnt"
    "Behind you!"
    " Boo ! Sucks to you !"
    "It was all your lot's fault"
    and all that parliamentary drivel, cannot come up with better comments than those they are making, they are discouraging people from continuing to look in upon it and risk taking part. When people think that chucking personal insults at one another is serious debate, no wonder we have such an awful lot of useless MPs and a non-functioning legislature, as well as 2 non-functioning discussion boards.
    The trouble with any slightly democratic-oriented system of government is simply that people always get the worst of what they are prepared to put up with. Until the people of Britain stop paying this 'orrible crew for messing about like they do, and instead chuck them all into the Thames with the rest of London's sewerage where they rightfully belong, you will continue to get what you are still prepared to put up with ! Same goes for the new board Jane set up, and the dying embers of this one.
    It needs a Revolution ! Anything else is just empty words.
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    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jan 31 02:50PM -0800  

    Is that right that you have the same captain as the concordia then
    arsehole?....LOL LOL I hope you can fucking swim...!!
     
    On Friday, 31 January 2014 08:35:59 UTC, jaria wrote:

     

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Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Great news: Brother Obama to invite 47 African heads of state to a summit on August 5th-6th , 2014

CH,

Please inform me whenever you visit the East-Coast so you can see the man behind the pen.
My statements are controversial yet TRUE.
Brigadier John Amadu Bangura is the "Sword of Damocles" that is hanging over our beloved Sierra Leone. This is manifested in the dilemma "your friend" President Ernest Koroma has with some or most of his APC supporters who are railing against the burial of Col (Rtd) Tom Nyuma in the National War Graves. It is very ironic that Nyuma has taunted the APC in life and in death. His saga is a metaphor for what ails Sierra Leone. 

WB

You have to instruct me how you accomplished this feat:



On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 6:23 PM, Cornelius Hamelberg <corneliushamelberg@gmail.com> wrote:
WB,
It would be unjust to let you just say whatever you like about Sierra Leone whilst I'm still here, and let you get away with it.

 I notice that at the end you quote Mark Antony.  My Brother, this is your best epistle to the Romans yet.  It’s more informative and explanatory than your other epistles – for instance that which I did not know: but I take your word for it (the word of an Honourable Temne man) that, One of the major factors why Taqi passionately opposed Albert Margai’s, and then Stevens’ proposal of a one party state was that most of us Themnes from Tonkolili REVERE the Chieftaincy but not the Chief, and also believe in transparent governance”

 Your sarcasm here is delightful:  You ask me, “How can you be a staunch supporter of the APC, but had opposed the burial of nuclear waste in Sierra Leone, and the detention of GFG and Hilton Fyle? My brother CH do you have any political convictions?”

Of course not to the extent that the party or any of its members can do no wrong

 You also ask me Why did you cry when you heard of the news of the execution of Brigadier John Amadu Bangura...?” I was in Freetown on the day that Brigadier Amadu Bangura was executed - I cried a few days earlier in Ghana when I got the news that he had been arrested (you know that major Sandy Jumu (ex National Reformation Council) was my friend in Ghana where he had been granted political asylum – he used to visit me occasionally on weekends and we used to play scrabble – he would also occasionally lend me his car) I cried because I know the role that Brigadier John Bangura (in Guinea etc) had played (in mounting the pressure that resulted in Mr. Stevens eventually sitting on his presidential throne after Brigadier David Lansana had deposed him...

 You have a point here though about Alhaji Kabbah. “Rather than being magnanimous and commute the sentences of those officers who were convicted of treason for ousting him in May 1997, he had to be macho and executed them.

“Them” included a pregnant woman - he turned a deaf ear to the pleas of the people of Sierra Leone, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, others in the international community - we’re told that the Nigerian force commanders in Sierra Leone had told him that if he didn’t execute them then they would leave him to fight the RUF rebels on his own....

You hope that I am not “enamoured of Dr. James Jonah”. Even if I was gay (God forbid) why should I, knowing all that I know, be enamoured of him? 

Otherwise, you have made so many strong, controversial statements that it’s difficult for me to feel that I can fully respond to you without taking each and every such statement blow by blow. I’ll return to the task a little later, please give me time.

I bought and read this book today:

Ken Blanchard: The Heart of a Leader

It’s full of sound, practical advice and I recommend it strongly to all our African leaders of today and tomorrow. I particularly liked this piece of advice that he dished out: “Share the cash, then share the congratulations” (Thinking about Our Ernest who said that he would like to run Sierra Leone” as a business concern “

I also bought Montagu Slater’s “The Trial of Jomo Kenyatta” which is now next on my reading list

This link didn’t show correctly:

C.B. Rogers-Wright (my uncle Cyril and I vividly remember him – and his mother Gertrude – my grand aunt, her other children and grandchildren)

(If we can chat on the phone, someday, I may tell you about my listening in on him and some of his pals going on about”The Settlers descendants Union”) You know that it’s not every piece of information that is intended for everyone’s ears or for popular consumption. In the meantime and before I respond let me think a little about these controversial declarations of yours:

Sir Albert Margai, the SLPP then and now and majority of Mendes, Siaka Stevens and his APC then, Ernest Koroma, the current APC, almost all Limbas and most Creoles do HATE Themnes from Tonkolili.”

(Well, I don’t blame some of the Creoles if they still nurse some ancient animosities going back to the early days when the warlike Temnes on several occasions massacred them (the Creoles)

Isn’t it a fact that those who acquiesced with their colonial masters, such as the Creoles and Mendes were beneficiaries?”

“I am a Yoni and a Pan-Africanist from Tonkolili who perceives tact is Eurocentric” So you don’t mind throwing discretion to the wind, when it would/ should be expedient to be tactful or diplomatic?  

 One last thing : As my trainer told me, it’s not what he (the suspect) says that’s so important, it’s all the kinds of things that he doesn’t say that you should be on the lookout about”

The world of Creoledom is such a small world.  You are of course familiar with The Dove-Edwin Report ? Speak no evil about him – my daughters’ grandmother is a D-E....a

 I’ll get back to you as soon assp.

 Yawn , yawn,

 Sincerely,

 Hon. Yoruba man,

We Sweden

On Thursday, 30 January 2014 00:59:22 UTC+1, william bangura wrote:

As I had written in an earlier blog Botswana was my ONLY successful—governance, transparency, accountability etc--sub-Saharan African country but after it was reported in the BBC that the government had been “fracking” without notify their people I gave up the proverbial ghost.

Given President Obama’s “thorough” comprehension of colonialism, the history of the African governments that succeeded colonialism and to date, the tyranny and subjugation of his father and his Luo kinfolks from the days of Jomo Kenyatta and his Kenya African National Union to present day Kenya, he should not have any favorite African president.

On Mugabe I will not dignify him with any comment.

CH you are my brother, but this is where the bond ends with your support for the APC. And this is why I HATE the APC and the SLPP because of these statements:

 

“…because of my staunch support for the APC the last two elections some members of the CKC side of my family told me that I am no longer related to them, that I am a Tonkolili man.”

 

Now you are beginning to unlock the raison d'être why Sir Albert Margai, the SLPP then and now and majority of Mendes, Siaka Stevens and his APC then, Ernest Koroma, the current APC, almost all Limbas and most Creoles do HATE Themnes from Tonkolili.

Themnes from Tonkolili are not monolithic, because as history has illustrated there are Judases and sycophants (your noun) in every ethnic group.

As you are aware Ibrahim Taqi and Dr Forna are from Ruling Houses. Taqi was the brother of Paramount Chief Bai Kafari Kanasaki III, and Forna’s father was a Pa Roke (Section Chief) of Kholifa Mamunta.

One of the major factors why Taqi passionately opposed Albert Margai’s, and then Stevens’ proposal of a one party state was that most of us Themnes from Tonkolili REVERE the Chieftaincy but not the Chief, and also believe in transparent governance.

The generations preceding Forna and Taqi’s and those of their cohorts were very comfortable with “kontri” (inhabitants of the protectorate who were considered to be crass in British Eurocentrism) because they were very malleable. But because of their regalities, patriotism and political consciousness they defied the perception of “kontri man”, and consequently had to be eliminated, thus the bogus coup of July 1974 and their execution of July 29, 1975.

Why did you cry when you heard of the news of the execution of Brigadier John Amadu Bangura, who was executed with Major Fara Jawara, Major S.E. Momoh and Lieutenant Kolugbondah? The issue of John Amadu Bangura is for another debate.

 

Your information about the dumping of the nuclear waste, and the arrest of GFG and Hilton Fyle represents your contradictions. How can you be a staunch supporter of the APC, but had opposed the burial of nuclear waste in Sierra Leone, and the detention of GFG and Hilton Fyle? My brother CH do you have any political convictions?

My sources are very credible and what Kabbah had said is general information to those who had pursued those tragic days in Sierra Leone.

Your friend “Pa Kabbah” is not ‘… a god-fearing man’ but very farcical.

One of Siaka Stevens’ favorite quote was “Den see soak Lehpet den tink say nah Pus” (Don’t misconstrue a wet Leopard for a Cat {house cat}).

The belief among Kabbah, his contemporaries and some of the younger generation of the SLPP was that had Albert Margai been as tyrannical as Stevens’, he and his party would have never lost the 1967 General Elections. This was a fallacy.

Rather than being magnanimous and commute the sentences of those officers who were convicted of treason for ousting him in May 1997, he had to be macho and executed them. Fortunately, for him and those who supported his decision they could flee and the “poor Freetonians” were left at the mercy of the rebels.

Kabbah attempted to implement Stevens’ autocracy, but his strategy had been impeded by five previous events, the “No College, No School” students demonstration of 1977 which almost toppled the latter’s government, the ‘Ndorgborwusu’ (fratricide between the Minah’s and the Kai-Kai’s) in Pujehun and the Sanda massacre—between Thaimu Bangura and Alhaji Timbo-- in 1982, the invasion of Sierra Leone by the Revolutionary United Front in 1991 and the brutal overthrow of Momoh’s APC by the National Provisional Ruling Council (NPRC).

Sierra Leone had lost her innocence with the execution and murder of Stevens’ political opponents. And the aforementioned events enforced the contemplations of death and massacres as certainties in our psyche. It was just a matter of time.

The Americans who are salient were suspicious of the sincerity and tenacity of “your” Dr. John Karefa –Smart. This was exemplified when after he had negotiated his release from Pademba Road Prisons with Stevens, to be replaced by Brigadier Bangura, Majors Fara Jawara and S.E. Momoh, Lt. Kolugbondah, Corporal Foday Sankoh and others, and his he refusal to pursue litigation against the results of the 1996 General Elections.

Karefa was too narcissistic and this was an observation during his engagement with senior members of his UNPP.

It seems as if you are in love with useless “leaders”.

I hope you are not enamored of Dr. James Jonah? I do not want to dignify him but I will give you my two cents because you are my brother. Jonah stole the elections for Kabbah because they were colleagues at the United Nations. If Jonah was a empathetic patriot he would not have accepted the post of Finance Minister in the first Kabbah administration after he had conducted a “contested” election.

Jonah had lied to the “international community” that the AFRC/RUF junta had procured nerve gas to commit genocide.

 

“Jonah accused the junta of having a "very gruesome plan" for genocide, saying there is now "very concrete information of the unfolding of this plan." He said the junta had imported a large quantity of land mines into Sierra Leone, and that one of the ships docked in Freetown was loaded with poison gas. He said that under the genocide plan, civilians were being used as human shields to create the impression that ECOMOG troops were killing civilians. Jonah said that the military junta was killing civilians and telling the world they had been killed by ECOMOG.”

http://www.sierra-leone.org/Archives/slnews0997.html

Isn’t it a fact that those who acquiesced with their colonial masters, such as the Creoles and Mendes were beneficiaries? The British Prime Minister Harold Wilson was perturbed by the victory of the APC in the 1967 General Elections because the Temnes and Themnes had voted overwhelmingly for the APC. The SLPP did not win a seat in “Temne country” while C.P. Foray an APC candidate won in Bo, the capital of the South and a pro SLPP bastion.

I am a student of history and venerate facts; consequently, I do not exaggerate my brother.

 

“I am exercising some self-discipline and doing some precautionary damage control and that’s why I’m reluctant to say anything about Sir Albert Margai, Brigadier David Lansana and the first coup d’état in Sierra Leone.”

I am a Yoni and a Pan-Africanist from Tonkolili who perceives tact is Eurocentric. I call it as I see it as did my hero Ibrahim Taqi when he was the editor of the We Yone newspaper.

I will not reveal my plans on where I will start to improve the socio-economic and political standards of my people which will enhance your APC and SLPP. But thank you very much for asking my brother CH.

On Maada Bio had he read, comprehended and analyzed the play “Julius Cesar” by William Shakespeare he would have never conspired with Val Strasser then Chairman of the National Provisional Ruling Council to oust my hero Captain Solomon Anthony James (SAJ) Musa.

ANTONY

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.

I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.

The evil that men do lives after them;

The good is oft interrèd with their bones.

So let it be with Caesar. The noble Brutus

Hath told you Caesar was ambitious.

If it were so, it was a grievous fault,

And grievously hath Caesar answered it.

Here, under leave of Brutus and the rest—

For Brutus is an honorable man;

So are they all, all honorable men—

Come I to speak in Caesar’s funeral.

He was my friend, faithful and just to me.

But Brutus says he was ambitious,

And Brutus is an honorable man.

He hath brought many captives home to Rome

Whose ransoms did the general coffers fill

 

Maada, Strasser and some members of the NPRC’s Supreme Council had questioned the radicalism of SAJ. Is it radical for government workers to be punctual; for those Sierra Leoneans to pay their taxes, and those with their arrears to recompense; to keep the country shipshape? O! my bad, this is Sierra Leone.

And for Strasser, Maada et al SAJ was an ambitious man. But they were all presumed to be honorable men. Strasser and Maada are haunted by their betrayal of SAJ. But I am not astonished by their conducts because most Sierra Leoneans are captivated by tyrants, thieves and criminals who do not enhance their living standards.  

My future plans for Sierra Leone is a very significant question. There are numerous Sierra Leoneans who are smarter than I, and can devise socio-economic and political policies to transform the country from an agrarian to an industrial economy. But history has also depicted that none have emerged since independence inApril 1961 to date.

But if it is written by the Lord Our God, I will be greater than all the “rulers” combined that have led Sierra Leone.


On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 7:20 PM, Cornelius Hamelberg <cornelius...@gmail.com> wrote:


WB,

And because of all that you have so painstakingly explained, Barack Obama should not invite any of his favourite African presidents to the Summit?

Cheer up!  It’s possible that  there are a few who will not accept the invitation because Mugabe is not invited...

 Take heart. I am not an “intellectual”.  If you look for me and try to find me I’ll be missing there on your radar, and I promise, that you won’t find me walking right behind you.  You are of course free to write a history book for the general public, motivated by "History is a light that illuminates the past, and a key that unlocks the door to the future."

 But we have one thing in common, not too long ago, because of my staunch support for the APC the last two elections some members of the CKC side of my family told me that I am no longer related to them, that I am a Tonkolili man.  Sure, and I’m not only a Tonkolili man, what about the honky-tonky man, am I not that too?  And so I say to them all: lempeh mu. They can  all go and burn in hell.

 I just checked my passport:  I departed from Kotoka Airport to Freetown on the 27th of March 1970 and returned to Accra on the 8th of April, 1970. That was the very last time I was in Sierra Leone: from the  27th of March to  the  8th of April, 1970.

 John Amadu Bangura was hanged on 29th March 197.  In Ghana, when I got the news of what had happened - prior to his execution, I cried. I wish that I could have stopped his execution.  I couldn’t.

 I left Ghana for Sweden on 2nd of June 1970 and returned to Ghana on 2nd October 1970...

 I think that we were more successful in getting Pa Shaki to abandon the idea of using Sierra Leone as a burial place for some orporto’s nuclear waste – I acted independently I actually wrote a letter to him warning him of the terrible consequences if he should go ahead with the burial and that was my second to last major effort in trying to directly influence what was happening in Sierra Leone. My very last effort was  when I heard that our drummer ( of our once upon a time band)  Gipu Felix-George  and  former BBC newsman  Hilton Fyle had been arrested -  in fact that their “ tongues had been cut out”  - I was in London at the time and  I phoned Mr. H.M. Lynch-Shyllon  who was then in hospital  and talked to him in his hospital bed ( he was very upset of course) – but as you know, God moves in His mysterious ways and  these two guys are alive even as I write this....

 OK so you don’t like Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, but don’t you think that it’s a little too ingenious of  you to go to all the trouble of paraphrasing him – according to your personal prejudices, when you would serve justice better  and be more credible if you were to quote him verbatim instead of wanting me, a sceptic for one , to believe that Pa Kabbah  would have meant what you attribute to him here : “I am paraphrasing here, that he wanted the ECOMOG (Nigerian troops) to bomb Sierra Leone to the Stone Ages and he would not be disconcerted if he had to be president of dogs?”

I know that Pa Kabbah is a god-fearing man and would never have said such a thing! That was only some evil at work in the tenses of your malicious paraphrase. Beware! You ought not to bear false witness against your neighbour!

However, there are unverified reports from diverse sources that Dr. John Karefa- Smart won the 1996 elections.  The results of most African elections are usually hotly, sometimes even violently disputed, so, where do we go from there?  I’m often surprised  by how warmly  other international actors  have spoken about  Dr. Karefa –Smart  - as soon as  I said I was born in Freetown  a Swedish diplomat  - Sweden’s former ambassador to Tanzania  took me by the hand and did some  very surprising praise-singing of our man and many other such people  that I have met occasionally, from other nations, have always spoken very highly of Dr. John Karefa –Smart.

There are those who have some reservations about the conduct of that election, that there was not a complete sovereignty exercised over the whole of Sierra Leone, especially the East was still under rebel control and still the election went ahead and votes were counted from that region.  I notice that you have not uttered a word about Dr. James Jonah , but I guess that he will appear in your longer version of the history of Sierra Leone. (By the way is that the husband of Mrs Jonah the former principal of Mathura?)

 Thou shalt not exaggerate! In the future, please take care how you weigh your words. Saying that I “revere both Kabbah and Ernest Koroma” is an exaggeration. So is “The hatred of the British towards the Temnes” ... an exaggeration but then again the Mendes are more of missionary boys than the good people of the calibre of the great Bai Bureh!

I am exercising some self-discipline and doing some precautionary damage control and that’s why I’m reluctant to say anything about Sir Albert Margai, Brigadier David Lansana and the first coup d’état in Sierra Leone.

Questions (Ignoramus likes asking them): What do you think of Maada Bio?

What are your future plans for your fatherland?

Please tell us, where do we begin?

 Sincerely

We Sweden

 



On Monday, 27 January 2014 04:20:04 UTC+1, william bangura wrote:

My analyses were to provide an accurate historical background of “your friends and heroes” Abdulai Conteh, Tejan Kabbah and Ernest Koroma. As an “intellectual” you should appreciate the history (the record of past events) of any discourse.

I am a proud Yoni Themne from Yonibana Chiefdom, Tonkolili District, and our generation compliment and rejoice with those who neither want to murder our parents in cold blood nor want to destroy Sierra Leone socio-economically and politically.

Our moaning and mourning led to the establishment of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF). Sankoh was from Khoilifa Mabang and he was the nephew of the Great Paramount Chief Bai Yorso Kholifa of Kholifa Chiefdom. Dr. Forna was born in Kholifa Mamunta. I hope you get the “drift”.

Please illuminate on those who are “ … even more concerned about Sierra Leone's future.”

Who do you have contempt for? Who are the gangsters, the prayer leaders or the priests?

Please apprise me of those who characterize “the general consensus that Kabbah was a decent man”?

 

CH, you are contradicting yourself my brother.

 “I do not crave or require your or anyone else’s affidavit for a testimony to these fact– nor was I using Tony Blair as  “the character references for any leader ”

And then you quote Tony Blair (TB) ““ President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah who was a kindly and decent man, had just come to see me to beg for help.”

How can Kabbah be both a THIEF and a decent man?

Poor Sierra Leone: “Kabbah’s youthful indiscretions”? Kabbah was a THIEF as a Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Trade and Industry and was also a BANDIT as president.

Is this the same Kabbah who after he had been ousted by the AFRC junta in 1997 had said I am paraphrasing here, that he wanted the ECOMOG (Nigerian troops) to bomb Sierra Leone to the Stone Ages and he would not be disconcerted if he had to be president of dogs?

“But Kabbah was an honorable man.” PLEASE

Brother CH the sentiments you share about Kabbah is personal and very, very insignificant to his true character.

You prefer to bamboozle others in this forum but I am not going to let you get away with it. Kabbah was as mischievous as his mentor the late Sir Albert Margai. There is an adage, “Show me your friends and I will tell you your character.”

Kabbah did not win the 1996 General Elections, but that hopeless Karefa-Smart (KS) United National People’s Party and his (UNPP) did. When KS wanted to contest the validity of those elections in the courts, your colonial masters, the British High Commissioner to the country, Peter Penfold, buttressed by the Nigerian High Commissioner, and the U.S. Ambassador John Hirsch “convinced” the former against his action.

No sooner did KS acquiesce Kabbah co-opted his United National People’s Party by financing Joe Conteh to establish another faction of the UNPP. Kabbah also emulated Siaka Stevens and his All People’s Congress (APC) by marginalizing the Army with mass dismissals, and employing the Kamajosia—a predominantly Mende militia—as his para-military force.

He was also as tribal as Margai. Before the presidential run-off in 1996 Kabbah consented to an accord with Thaimu Bangura (not a relative) leader of the People’s Democratic Party that he would be rewarded if the latter endorsed his Sierra Leone’s People’s Party.  And if their coalition was victorious Bangura will be appointed the Minister of Finance with given some additional ministerial positions.

After the international community had stolen the election for Kabba and his SLPP, Bangura was appointed as Finance Minister, but was demoted only after three months to the Energy ministry.

Had Kabbah sought a sincere political solution with the Revolutionary United Front when he was president in 1996 he would saved the country from all the socio-economic carnage. But he would not because he was haunted by the shadow of Albert Margai and his SLPP, and the General Elections of March 1967.

It is very lucid why you revere both Kabbah and Ernest Koroma.

As for the communications between the late Chief Hinga Norman and London, that too is another matter that you will probably not read about  in any newspaper or political science history thesis  for another fifty years or so, and that too is another matter.)

Harold Wilson then the British Prime Minister during Sierra Leone’s 1967 General Elections was troubled when Stevens and his All People’s Congress (APC) won,

Due to the historical and colonial friendship between the Mendes and their SLPP, and the mutual antagonism between them and the Temnes, Harold Wilson then the British Prime Minister and his Labor Party were discontented with the results of Sierra Leone’s 1967 General Elections.  Stevens and his All People’s Congress (APC) had won because the Temnes had overwhelming voted for him and his party.

The hatred of the British towards the Temnes dates back to the Hut Tax War of 1898, when our OrBai Bureh and his krugbas (warriors) fought tenaciously against your British colonial masters for demanding that my people pay taxes on their homes, though they were not represented in your House of Commons.

Because of time of space “your” Chief Norman orchestrated the first coup d’etat in Sierra Leone under the auspices of the then Force Commander Brigadier David Lansana who was Albert Margai’s in-law. Kabbah appointed Norman as his deputy Defense Minister to perpetuate the Mende hegemony which had been derailed by the 1967 elections. Norman also had regional, ethnical, ideological and political differences with one Corporal Foday Sankoh of the Revolutionary United Front.

Kabbah, Norman and the conservative ilk of the SLPP thought they will militarily demolish the RUF. The rest they say is history.

Your APC and SLPP patron Tony Blair had “encouraged” the Sandline Affair—which violated a UN agreement that forbade the arming of any factions in the rebel war in Sierra Leone—which equipped the Kamajosia. He also financed Kabbah’s government in exile which was located in neighboring Conakry, Guinea to the tunes of millions of British Pound Sterling.

Stevens and his APC wanted to eliminate Brigadier David Lansana because he had obstructed his dream of being Prime Minister of Sierra Leone with the March 23, 1967 coup.

Your dear friend Conteh had bank accounts because he was taking those boxes of money to be deposited overseas. Are you justifying thievery by your friend? I hope not.

Marcus Garvey, “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin or culture is like a tree without roots.” I am not involved in hearsay because my depictions are factual.

If we cannot solve the problems of the past Sierra Leone WILL NEVER PROGRESS. History has taught us that all the succeeding governments since Sir Milton Margai’s in 1961 to the current Ernest Koroma’s had neither, nor will they provide a vertical socio-economical and political living standard for my people.



On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 8:08 PM, Cornelius Hamelberg <cornelius...@gmail.com> wrote:
WB,

 I have some of what you call “the ability to reason and understand” and that’s why I declare to you most categorically that President Ernest Bai Koroma is not worthless.  Having said that, I should like to add – in the context of this discussion,  that he could be doing more to attract some of the “qualified manpower of the African Diaspora is located in the United States” back home...

 As to  when Siaka Stevens' cabinet was populated with Ph.D's”  including my most respected and dear friend Dr. Abdulai Conteh  - we won national scholarships at the same time (I was in touch with him when I was in Nigeria – at a time when he was Foreign Minister)  - well here’s what Tony Blair about Sierra Leone  ( on page 246) :

“In Sierra Leone in early 2000, a further challenge presented itself. It is one of the least discussed episodes of my ten years as prime minister, but it’s one of the things of which I am most proud. However the important thing is the lesson it can and should teach us.

The tale of Sierra Leone - and I hope its future chapters are brighter - is a metaphor for what happened to Africa. Fourah Bay College in Freetown has a link with Durham University, where my father taught .It used to be one of the top universities in Africa and as good as many European ones. In the 1960s may dad would go out to teach in Freetown. At that time, Sierra Leone was a country freed from colonial rule, with a strong governing infrastructure and a GDP per head around that of Portugal.

 Between then and the late 1990s , the country went on a downward spiral that was as tragic as it was  entirely avoidable  By the time we came to power, the democratically elected government looked  as if it would be toppled  by a collection of  gangsters, madmen  and sadists known as the Revolutionary United Front ( RUF) , and the country’s abundant natural resources – particularly its diamonds  - were being systematically plundered.. The people were caught in the middle”

When the government tried to insist that the future should be decided by an election, its supporters were subjected to a campaign of medieval brutality....” (If you haven’t read it, please get the book - I did – it’s worth reading - but I guess you know the rest of the story)

 I am not talking about intellectual in the Jean-Paul Sartre sense (“ the ability to think without restrictions” etc.), I mean intellectual in a slightly broader sense,  apart from people like Kwame Anthony Appiah and Cornel West I'm talking professional manpower, doctors, engineers, like the 15,000 Nigerian doctors you have in the US  and the few thousand Ethiopian doctors you have in Philadelphia and Chicago  and other great  American cities  - people who could satisfy some of Africa’s manpower requirement needs – not the empty meaningless PhDs  who can only recycle other people's thoughts, not the guy my Yoruba professor was laughing about when he phoned me this morning and talked about “ The Professor of Electricity  who can only produce darkness” and I asked him which professor is that ( I was thinking about another "Professor" - Professor Chicken teeth")  and he told me  it was the Nigerian minister under whose jurisdiction NEPA is still performing so badly.

WB, Ii’s two O’clock in the morning, so I must hit the sack now.

And a good night to you over there in Washington.

Sincerely,

We Sweden

 



On Thursday, 23 January 2014 21:03:28 UTC+1, william bangura wrote:
CH,

You cannot debunk my premise, because you never identified a leader who is not useless.

" It’s a very important relationship and there’s no gainsaying that much of the intellectual leader-ship and qualified manpower of the African Diaspora is located in the United States."

Intellectual is an adjective I hate to utilize because the definition refers to the ability to reason and understand. In the history of my paternal country, Sierra Leone, "intellectuals" supported the idea of a one party system of government, and after it was practiced for almost two decades that model was more than disastrous.
History has demonstrated that being educated or being "an intellectual" does not equate to good or great political leadership. Though Kofi Busia was more formally educated than Kwame Nkrumah, the later  accomplished more in three years for Ghana than the former did in a comparable phase.
Equating higher education and political leadership is one of the salient problems that has affected sub-Saharan Africa. Sierra Leone rapidly descended to the dump from 1977 when Siaka Stevens' cabinet was populated with Ph.D's.
I leave you with a quote from William Shakespeare which must be applicable to all the people of African descent, "Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them."
Almost all of the past and present "leaders" of sub-Saharan Africa had 'greatness thrust upon them'.

William Bangura (WB)
 






On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 10:24 AM, Cornelius Hamelberg <cornelius...@gmail.com> wrote:

 

First of all, William Bangura’s  I totally disagree with this idea of inviting 47 feckless African "Heads of States" to a summit in Washington” would imply that all 47 invitees – without exception – are what he would describe as “feckless” . I’m sure that even Mo Ibrahim would not agree to that sort of characterisation of Africa’s best –  even assuming that Africa does not  get the democratically elected leaders that Africa deserves.

Should none of these 47 Africans Union be invited to the summit? You would prefer that there was no such summit at all?

It’s possible that if “a Caucasian Republican president” had organized such a meeting there would have been a hue and cry from some quarters, but right now that is beside the point.

 It’s a very important relationship and there’s no gainsaying that much of the intellectual leader-ship and qualified manpower of the African Diaspora is located in the United States

In this competitive world of international relations, establishing contact and dialoguing with such leaders is one way of approach. Would William Bangura suggest the more paternalistic stick and carrot approach for the US doing business with Africa? How would you like to “redeem” the situation? Any suggestions?

 The main critique of China’s approach to Africa has been that China tends to ignore African leaders’ Human Rights records and does not make such records a condition for doing business...

We Sweden



On Thursday, 23 January 2014 02:49:10 UTC+1, william bangura wrote:
President Obama never ceases to amaze me. I totally disagree with this idea of inviting 47 feckless African "Heads of States" to a summit in Washington.
This invitation is a testament that he supports their socio-economic and political policies. If a Caucasian Republican president had organized this meeting there will be hues and cries from the "Liberal left" and the African-American 'mercenaries' (those who PRETEND that they empathize with the subjugated sub-Saharan Africans only to host and applaud "democrats" such as Macias Obieng of Equatorial Guinea, Museveni of Uganda and Kagame of Rwanda to name a few) against such a rendezvous given the current situation of wars, corruption, maladministration and repressions.
Though I am to the left of the liberals in my Democratic party, I question President Obama's foreign policy in sub-Saharan Africa.

William Bangura (WB)


On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 7:13 PM, Emeagwali, Gloria (History) <emea...@mail.ccsu.edu> wrote:

 

“Brother Obama , soon to be less tied up in Afghanistan  is making his move  and will be paying

a lot more attention  to Africa: Obama to invite 47 African heads of state.”

--

Well they can  learn from him  a thing or two about extra-judicial assassinations

and domestic surveillance.

 

GE

 

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Thus far there’s been so much moaning and mooning about  China’s progress in Africa and some groaning about  Uncle Sam’s  increasing military presence on the  African continent via Africom ; and now  after Iraq, Brother Obama , soon to be less tied up in Afghanistan  is making his move  and will be paying a lot more attention  to Africa: Obama to invite 47 African heads of state

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