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Hommage à la belle Afrique


AMOUR, FAMILLE, RICHESSE, INTELLIGENCE, QUIÉTUDE, UNITÉ, ESPOIR. C'est par ces mots lourds et forts d’intérêts que se définie l’AFRIQUE la Belle, la généreuse.





Il est illusoire de croire que l'on puisse construire un avenir si l'on ignore ce qui, par le passé, a fait  ce que nous sommes au présent actuel. Demain est un autre jour, car il est arrivé de voir et de comprendre que le changement s’est opéré mais ce que refuse de croire une partie de ce monde encore surprise de la façon dont les choses ont tourné.

Aujourd’hui force est d’accepter que même sans le vouloir, il est indéniable que le moteur pilier de la planète entière est l’Afrique. Une Afrique qui a changé, qui a compris, une Afrique intelligente, remplie de sagesse et d’une histoire vielle de trente mille siècles (30.000 siècles), une Afrique aux mille tribulations, mais surtout qui a su rester accueillante.

Aujourd’hui l’Afrique a besoin d'Hommes forts pour son développement, des Hommes qui agissent par la pensée.   

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James belo est mon  pseudo. Jeune Africain engagé et militant pour le changement radical de l’Afrique exprime ici le désir profond et le vœu de voir les Africains se prendre en main par eux-mêmes. Activiste, communicateur, homme de culture, autodidacte, voyageur sont les mots qui qualifient ma modeste personne. A DIEU soit la GLOIRE.

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