Weah-led Government Has Made Heroes Out Of Protest Organizers

0
If the EU, UN, United States of America (our traditional friends), etc. want us to believe that they are not partners to those extractive institutions that have stagnant our people, let them take practical steps toward the plundering of resources given as aid. International sanctions would be one of the major steps.
If the EU, UN, United States of America (our traditional friends), etc. want us to believe that they are not partners to those extractive institutions that have stagnant our people, let them take practical steps toward the plundering of resources given as aid. International sanctions would be one of the major steps.

The Editor,

President, Dr., Bishop George Forkay Klon Gbeku Gbeh Mannah Weah invited the June 7 Protest and deservedly so. #SavetheState by COP is long overdue and it may extend its tentacles to former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her corrupt leadership.

Could June 7 mark the beginning of a popular People Power Movement or Revolution? Don’t bet your last dollar that Regime Change is being discussed here in Washington, DC, USA for Liberia.

Political Salvation or Redemption for the CDC regime is near impossible when CDC’s “Dig One Hole to Cover One Hole” theft policy was extended to millions of dollars belonging to Liberia’s International Development Partners—America, Great Britain, Germany, Norway, Sweden, France, Ireland, Japan and even to include over $3 million belonging to the World Bank–money that was kept at the Central Bank of Liberia.

Ask yourself this CDC diehards: Why was Liberia Army Chief of Staff, General Prince Johnson from the abandoned West Point slum invited to Washington this month by the Pentagon? Did you see ir know who he was with and the reason for coming to Washington in the wake of June 7? I live in Washington, the gateway and gatekeepers for Liberia. Every Time the US Ambassador in Monrovia sneezes, President Weah and his entire team do catch a cold. And do you think American President Donald Trump give a darn for what goes on in any of his “shithole countries?”

President Weah’s inexperience, his appetite for luxury and his consortium of greedy, money hungry mafia type advisors—Nat McGill, Sam Tweah, Nat Patray, Mulbah Morlu and Playboy Jeff Koijee–are leading him to his early political demise. I just told you.

There is not a thing Weah does or say that is not recorded at that CIA listening Post known as the American Embassy in Monrovia. From using the Internet, talking on the phone, texting, money withdrawal, transfer, etc, is all recorded at the US Embassy. But Weah will learn the hard way.

When the American Ambassador warned and frowned on Weah and his Justice Minister, Musa Dean that they would be held liable for any violence for giving a national platform to former war rebel generals to threaten to arrest Representative Yekeh Kolubah, the regime immediately resorted to “damage control mode” by saying the threat was just a “joke.” Hello? When Washington talks, Monrovia cringes and listens.

President Weah has “created or made heroes” out of Yekeh Kolubah, Henry Costa, COP and organizers of the June 7 Protest. June 7 is long overdue. SUP, historically has remained the main opposition political institution against all corrupt regimes in Liberia since the 1970s. By inviting Henry Costa, SUP is simply fulfilling its historical duty.

When in less than 18 months into the presidency, Weah invites the American CIA/FBI to help look for missing or stolen LR$16 billion, plus another US$25 million while the “investigators” were secretly planting listening bugs and computer devices at your Central Bank; and then you didn’t stop there but to admit to stealing their “Donors Funds” in the millions of dollars; add to that over $3 million belonging to the World Bank, then you know you have crossed over the forbidden “Red Line.”

When Senator George Weah declared his assets, he said he had a mere $200,000.00 in the bank. But in Iess than 18 months as president, while refusing to make public his assets, Dr., Bishop, President Weah is building private mansions to include 49 luxurious townhouses, a church, radio station, theater and a private jet plane worth US$30 million.

But government workers have not been paid, most, since last year. A friend of mine who works at a Liberian diplomatic post here in America tells me the government owes them three months of back pay. And you must be crazy to think American landlords who must meet their mortgage payments to banks care why the Liberian government has not paid you. Soon, your diplomatic belongings will be on the sidewalk after your court eviction order is given.

But what about our own everyday struggling public school teachers, nurses and other government healthcare workers, police officers, judges and SOLDIERS of the Armed Forces of Liberia, unemployed Liberians who can’t afford to feed their families? These are the very people that will constitute the June 7 Protesters, and rightfully so.

You heard this first from me through my confidential sources here in Washington and in Monrovia: President is planning to leave Liberia ahead of the June 7 Protest date, and to where? Let me leave out that country’s name for now.

I think I have given you enough….for now. Just a thought and not a sermon.

Jerry Wehtee Wion
[email protected]
Washington, D.C., USA

Comments
Loading...