THE AFRICAN ATTITUDE

Outgoing African Union chairman Tedoro Obiang Nguema, speaking before Ban's remarks were delivered, complained about the external criticism the continent receives.

"Africa should not be questioned with regards to democracy, human rights, governance and transparency in public administration," he told the summit.

Anyone who does will be accused of racism I expect.

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THE AFRICAN ATTITUDE — 1 Comment

  1. “Africa” should not be anthropomorphized.

    If I, as a human being, choose to question other human beings (who-happen-to-live-in-Africa), I bloody well will!

    [Further thought: what if the apartheiding Afrikaaners had said the same? Come to think of it, I guess they did!]

    wv, “repant”. No, sir, your pants are fine. I said….!