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Re: Church of Scientology dis-invites activists opposed to dictator of Gambia Yaya Ja
Thank you. Cross-posted to the WWP thread:Makes perfect sense that the church of Scientology, Miscavige, and Farrakhan would embrace Gambia's President Jammeh. It's like flies to sh*t.
Gambia's president declares Islamic statehood
Al Jazeera Media Network 12 Dec 2015 18:17 GMT
Leader Yahya Jammeh says his nation must reflect its Muslim majority and needs to break away from its colonial past.
[..] Gambia's government has been accused of widespread human rights abuses [AFP]
Gambia's president has declared the West African country an Islamic republic saying the decision was made because Islam is the religion of most citizens and the nation must break away from its colonial past. [..]
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IMHO, I'm sure the church officials in DC ( OSA ops Sylvia and John Stanard included ) think D.U.G.A. is the Gambian equivalent to that "terrorist" group of protesters, Anonymous & should be treated as such
This is probably some of what thee church is distancing itself from:
Protesters attacked on streets of D.C. by foreign security guards at Africa Summit
By Robert Lyles, ABC 7 News, Stephen Tschida Thursday, August 7th 2014
WASHINGTON (WJLA) - Protesters were attacked on the streets of D.C. after the conclusion of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, ABC 7 News has learned.
It happened Wednesday evening outside the Hay Adams Hotel, not far from the White House.
Witnesses said the attack began when members of Gambian President Yahya Jammeh's security detail charged at the group made up of mostly Gambian exiles.
"We were here protesting, telling this guy he is nothing but a criminal" when the violence broke out, said protester Saul Mbenga of Jammeh - who was one was one of the summit contingent's longest-ruling leaders....[..]
From the D.U.G.A. website:
Interesting read... Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy provides information on the philosophy and history of the use of Civil Disobedience http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/civil-disobedience/