Africa is a continent dominantly influenced by beliefs, traditional values, and superstitions. Close observation or research could also reveal that lack of education and poverty play a significant role in the thoughts of people, tribes, and individuals. Influenced by many outdated superstition many tribes in Africa ignorantly consider certain issues as taboo or punishment from God.
Madagascar, for example, is one of the strongest superstitions countries off the coast of Africa. They believe that twins bring bad luck to the community and to this day, still hold this primitive ideology and philosophy about twins. According to history, twins are immediately separated, killed or abandoned in the forest after birth.
Why? To avoid the harsh punishment from the traditional chief and the community, families don’t keep twins. One of the bad lucks they believe could happen to them if families keep twins is the whole villagers would die. Lack of education, poverty, beliefs and superstition influence Africans, in such a way that they blame gods, ancestors, witch, wizard and God for every misfortune.
It is unfortunate that till now many Africans still believe that Aids and Ebola are curses by God to punish Africa for something they have done that has provoked God. While many Africans hold such view, it gives more room for America and Europe to continue testing their devilish vaccines on Africans.
According to Professor Johan Van Dongen, the Dutch scientist, and micro-surgeon, who got into trouble after revealing that Aids and Ebola are medical crimes, almost every vaccine made in America and Europe are tested on Africans to see the result. This has created an easy access to inflict on Africa certain diseases, such as Aids and Ebola.
This is not an accusation but a simple fact because Africa is a continent easy to penetrate by the West and America. The desperate African leaders always depend on Europe and America for miraculous solutions to their problems.
The leaders come to Europe and America with various sizes of bowls to beg for food and financial aid. Thus; it is very easy to commit medical crimes in Africa and they are done unnoticed, under the nose of African leaders.
My experience in Europe for many years, reveals that the West and America view Africans leaders as stupid, ignorant and foolish. As an African, I know that African leaders aren’t stupid, but rather weak and helpless, the reason they find it very hard to confront Europe and America over crimes they commit in Africa.
How do you expect Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone leaders to confront the West and America over Ebola in those countries when they desperately need help from the West and America?
Unfortunately, that’s unprofessional and cowardly act by Africans leaders, especially Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea, to remain silent over medical crimes in Africa.
They want to remain humble and good servants in the eyes of the West and America, but they see them as ignorant, stupid and lazy. In fact, African leaders are the source of mockery in the West and America. You can easily notice this as a journalist residing in Europe than Africa.
African leaders have a long way to go. They have to know that Europe and America will not help them to develop Africa because they can’t stand competition. Question: if they need to help Africa toward its development, where will they continue testing their new vaccines to combat diseases?
Again where would they dump their unwanted nuclear and biological waste materials? The reason poverty alleviation remains an illusion than reality.
African leaders have so many challenges to face and tasks to execute, to avoid the next serious disease, stronger than Aids and Ebola, to be inflicted on the entire population of Africa. This is easy like one-two-three for European and American scientists, because they are intelligent and thirsty to destroy Africa.
If Aids and Ebola diseases, which were created in laboratories, have taken such huge number of Africans into their untimely grave, then you should know what they can do today and in the future.
Columnist: Joel Savage