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Maveric NGO will be accepting the e waste of the world to africa and middle east on our terms and we are going to turn it into a viable business with a kick start of 100 billion usd


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Halala Africa
by Johannes Kerkorrel

  1. When the world was still young and the horizon wide and open
  2. It was green here in the hemisphere, south of the equator
  3. And in the dusk the sun sets and the cattle walk home
  4. Sounds of the women voices over the hills of the land:
  5. Halala, forever, is our Africa.
  6. Quietly look,
  7. quietly greet ,
  8. quietly look,
  9. quietly look,
  10. Our fathers will sit with us again
  11. Then the ships came from the west, white sails over the sea
  12. Asking for food and water and staying for so much more.
  13. And the land that was open for a season, the land hath exchanged us
  14. For the ghettos of the cities, our copper wire was given.

  1. Halala, forever, is our Africa
  2. Halala,we lived we love Africa
  3. Quietly look, quietly greet , quietly look,
  4. Our fathers will return, our fathers will sit with us again,
  5. There was wealth in the stomach of our mother Africa
  6. Diamonds and also coal, gold, precious metal
  7. And the people become slaves here because the people are paid 22. To tunnel in the earth to extract every scrap
  8. And the large and open grasslands transformed by barbed wire
  9. For the power of the big game hunter before the power of his big gun
  10. Until only the silence remains until only the silence prevails.
  11. Halala, forever, is our Africa.

And it continues\


Hillary’s War Crime: The Murder of Muammar Gaddafi.

“We Came, we Saw, he Died.”

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

Global Research, October 21, 2016
Paul Craig Roberts

Today, October 20, 2016, is the fifth anniversary of the murder of Muammar Gaddafi by forces organized and unleashed by US President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Remember the killer bitch’s performance, with gleeful laughter, on CBS “News”: “We came, we saw, he died.”



Muammar Gaddafi was the most progressive political leader in the world. Gaddafi used Libya’s oil wealth for the benefit of the Libyan people.

He lived in a tent, a nice tent, but not in a palace, and he did not have collections of European exotic cars or any of the other paraphernalia associated with the ruling families in Saudi Arabia and the oil emirates that are Washington’s Middle Eastern allies.

In Libya, education, medical treatment, and electricity were free. Gasoline was practically free, selling for 14 US cents per litre. Women who gave birth were supported with cash grants and couples received cash grants upon marriage. Libya’s state bank provided loans without interest and provided free startup capital to farmers.

The True Heroes of Libya
Gaddafi’s independence from Washington is what brought him down. Earlier in life Gaddafi’s goal was to organize Arabs as a bloc that could withstand Western depredations. Frustrated, he turned to Pan-Africanism and refused to join the US Africa Command. He wanted to introduce a gold-based African currency that would free Africans from American financial hegemony.

Gaddafi had Chinese energy companies developing Libya’s energy resources. Washington, already upset with Russian presence in the Mediterranean, was now faced with Chinese presence as well. Washington concluded that Gaddafi was playing ball with the wrong people and that he had to go.

Washington organized mercenaries, termed them “rebels” as in Syria, and sicced them on Libya. When it became clear that Gaddafi’s forces would prevail, Washington tricked naive and gullible Russian and Chinese governments and secured a UN no-fly zone over Libya to be enforced by NATO. The express purpose of the no-fly zone was to prevent Gaddafi from attacking civilian targets, which he was not doing. The real reason was to prevent a sovereign state from using its own air space so that the Libyan Air Force could not support the troops on the ground. Once the gullible Russians and Chinese failed to veto the Security Council’s action, the US and NATO themselves violated the resolution by using Western air power to attack Gaddafi’s forces, thus throwing the conflict to the CIA-organized mercenaries.

Gaddaifi was captured and brutally murdered. Ever since, Libya, formerly a prosperous and successful society, has been in chaos, which is where the Obama regime wanted it.

All sorts of lies were told about Gaddafi and Libya, just as lies were told about Saddam Hussein and are told today about Syria and Russia. A British Parliamentary Report concluded unambigiously that the Western peoples were fed lies by their governments in order to gain acceptance for the destruction of Libya, and that Libya was destroyed because Gaddafi was regarded as an obstacle to Western hegemony.

Note that none of the presstitutes have asked the killer bitch about her guilt under the Nuremburg laws for this war crime prepared on her watch. Note that the oligarchs who own the killer bitch and their press prostitutes intend to make this war criminal the next president of the United States.

The original source of this article is Paul Craig Roberts
Copyright © Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts, 2016


War Crimes and Genocide in Yemen:

Death, Destruction, Starvation

WikiLeaks Cables: Breaking Conventional Lies About the Coalition War in Yemen

By Maxim NikolenkoGlobal Research, February 01, 2018

The Saudi-led coalition unleashed a barrage of air strikes on Yemen, slaughtering as many as 71 civilians (many of them children) within a period of 48 hours, reported the Qatar-based news network Al Jazeera on Christmas Eve. This massacre attained little attention and dissolved into history, forgotten. On the next day, December 26, the coalition targeted more sites, killing at least 68 men, women and children.

Those who are not annihilated by bombs risk dying from starvation. The Yemeni people are under blockade, enforced intentionally, with an aim to starve them into submission.

By definition a vicious war crime, it is not a newsworthy subject across the Western media sphere. Silence is particularly well kept at the U.S. news network MSNBC, found a study conducted by an investigative team of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR). The leading liberal channel did not air a “single segment devoted specifically to Yemen in the second half of 2017.”

Unfortunately, there is a reason for this. Serving increasingly as a mere agent of power, the media implies silence when it protects and justifies the interests of our mighty “masters of mankind”, to borrow the words of Adam Smith. Therefore, the crimes committed by the forces we label as our ‘adversaries’, are there to be amplified and condemned. Atrocities committed by us and our allies are there to be overlooked, ignored. Consequently, this conventional practice divides victims into worthy and unworthy. If this phenomenon was to be rated, then Yemenis would perhaps represent the most unworthy victims.

The country falls into this model perfectly. To begin with, the bombs that destroy its infrastructure and kill its men, women and children are manufactured by the military-industrial corporations, which are headquartered in countries such as Great Britain and the United States. Furthermore, they are dropped on Yemen’s targets under intelligence support of the mentioned powers, by their regional allies Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Kuwait. These are the crimes of our empire and its client states, and therefore they would be forgiven and erased from the contemporary record.

However, after breaking conventional lies employed to justify the war, and after recovering the sources of what Vandana Shiva calls the “subjugated knowledge”, one will discover an inconceivable crime; perhaps the worst atrocity in decades being committed, precisely to propel the agenda of the most cynical forces controlling power.

It is past time to break the silence.

Our Ally in the Middle East

While the Saudi coalition has been bombing Yemen since 2015, not a word was uttered about its actions when American president Donald Trump visited Riyadh in May. It is forbidden to talk about human lives when a business that destroys them is booming. The Trump administration arrived in Riyadh to continue the legacy of its predecessors by signing a massive $109.7 billion arms contract with Washington’s corrupt and autocratic client state, promising high yields to the shareholders of America’s vast defense industry. Celebrating this contract, the business press published a piece with a headline stating: “Defense stocks at record highs on Trump-Saudi deal.”

It doesn’t matter that Saudi Arabia is a brutal theocratic and autocratic state, the single biggest sponsor of terrorism and a force waging an aggressive policy towards its neighbors in the Middle East.

In fact, Washington is well informed about it. An email released by WikiLeaks from the former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, reveals it very instructively. While elaborating on the U.S’s fight against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, Clinton points out that “we need to use our diplomatic and more traditional intelligence assets to bring pressure on the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL and other radical Sunni groups in the region.” A nearly identical conclusion was drawn in a cable dating back to 2009. It assesses that “donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide.” Though we leave this note for now, the subject of terrorism will appear again.





Maveric’s plan to clean-up the planet kick-starts in the UAE with a pilot project - landfills, e waste and waste dumps with automated streamlined disposal and recycling programmes, providing employment, develop environmental entrepreneurs far and wide. A structured masterplan to be replicated throughout 54 countries in Africa and 18 countries in the Middle East, with an investment of 100 billion USD. Vision 2030, touted as most comprehensive economic reform package in Africa and the Middle East history, puts forward a strong regulatory and investment framework to develop waste-to-energy sector. An ambitious target of 3GW of energy from waste is to be achieved by 2025 with implementation of a methodical introduction of modern waste management techniques, to significantly improve waste management scenario with sound business opportunities.

To sum up, environmental issues associated with non-sanitary landfills, ineffectiveness of prevalent waste management model and rising energy demand are key drivers for development of waste-to-energy sector in Africa and the Middle East.

From this -
rubble, rubbish, filth, life-threatening existence

Due to abject poverty, families and communities are forced into this cycle of destruction, but once proper structures are in place, these challenges will be no more - no more joblessness, no more child labour, no more crime, no more desperation.

So now they will go to school and have no fear of hunger, adults will get proper protective gear and work in a secure environment under Maveric by endorsing, implementing the programme and actioning the objectives of the UN Basel convention.

What should we do with our old electronics?

  1. Don't trash them. First, we should never throw e-waste in the trash! ...
  2. Pass them on for reuse. ...
  3. Recycle them. ...
  4. Find a good e-waste recycler. ...
  5. Staples stores. ...
  6. Best Buy stores. ...
  7. Do a cell phone recycling drive and fundraiser in your school.
  8. Learn to fix broken gadgets yourself.
"What you do to get money, is what kills you," says 20-year-old Idriss Zakarias.

“Maveric NGO will not tolerate the abuse of Africa and the Middle East as a toxic e- waste dump by negotiating with corporations to recycle their waste, under regulations of UN Basel convention and in so doing, turn this badly managed 1,4tn USD global business into viable businesses offering bona fide employment by creating a clean and safe environment for our children “ says Gypsey Luongo, President Maveric NGO Sovereign States and Monarch Middle East.

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