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Speak Out! - Britain pays £20m bribe to save war criminals from justice


Does William Hague’s ‘statement of regret’ like Tony Blairs’ on the issue of British slavery in 2007 represent justice for Africans?

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Sounds like they'd have been better off with Joanna Lumley fighting their corner. This never was about justice. No doubt babylon has secured a land or mineral resource out of this - call it a £20m investment designed to actually put Kenya in debt to the west. Never underestimate the guile of a grey.

sizzla,
Wed 19 June 2013, 9:43 am


William Hague is a turd. His statement of regret is empty nonsense. This isn't justice, it's bribery and done to sweep their barbarism and lies under the carpet. The Europeans have always talked about themselves being more civilised, but will always use violence and lies to justify their uncivilised behaviour. Africans will never get justice from the colonials.

David,
Mon 17 June 2013, 7:50 pm


we must make our voices heard on this and not partake as some uncle toms are doing in her coronation/dictator celebrations

Kwame Osei, Ghana
Mon 17 June 2013, 2:27 pm


The reparations paid for the gross violation of afrikan human rights is a smack in the face to our ancestors who suffered and died to defend Afrika from white supremacists like the white british and no closure can be made on this until the queen of england in whose name this suppresion of Afrikan rights was done aplogises for her governments role in this barbaric crime against Afrikan people - after all Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state of the UK and not Cameron or Hague

Kwame Osei, Ghana
Mon 17 June 2013, 2:27 pm


but when it comes to Afrikan people and our rights the arrogant white british political elite sunb and downplay our human rights abuses especially when it was conducted by white wicked devils some of whom are alive and getting thier fat pensions but the victims like President Obama's grandfather who had his balls/testicles massed up and dies as a result gets no reparations.

Kwame Osei, Ghana
Mon 17 June 2013, 2:22 pm


Yes the investigation by ligali is a very welcome one and it shows the like of foresight that the other so-called black media hasn't got or doesn't care. This trial and subequent result shows how two face and hypocritical the British are lokerbie was ages ago but these white british devils still went on the war path to seek reparations for thier people which ended in Libya forking out more than 2 billion pounds for the families of the lockerbie victims

Kwame Osei, Ghana
Mon 17 June 2013, 2:18 pm


Marcus Garvey lives your monotonous, patronizing comments about same old tired rhetoric is quite frankly boring - don't we as a people the right to express our views? are the views of Afrikan people not worthgy of others? Do you believe that as a people we have our right to freedom of expression without people like you offering patronizing insults?

Kwame Osei, Ghana
Mon 17 June 2013, 2:16 pm


An excellent piece of research from The Ligali Orgnisation and welcome respite from the long-winded sermons and monotonous, tired old self-serving rhetoric prvided by many other African organisations (and individuals) in the UK.

MarcusGarveyLives,
Sun 16 June 2013, 10:19 pm

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