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DR Congo RMB

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Founder: The Miles Upon Miles of Tropical Rainforest

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Least Corrupt Governments: 797th Most Income Equality: 1,041st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,769th+6
Safest: 1,789th Most Politically Free: 1,879th Most Extreme: 2,006th Highest Average Tax Rates: 2,024th Most Extensive Civil Rights: 2,089th Most Stationary: 2,171st
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Welcome to DR CONGO

In certain parts of the world, there are those who believe an apocalypse will occur.
In DR Congo, the size of Western Europe, thanks to murderous imperialism & capitalism, genocide,
US Support for a brutal dictatorship in overthrowing a democratically-elected government & it's Prime Minister being murdered, corruption, civil wars and horrific crimes against men, women and children, the people of DR Congo who have died in their millions do not wait any longer.

The apocalypse has already arrived.

And we looked and behold, a European King, and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him.

Embassies: Ljubljana, The Conservative Union, Libcom, Castle Wewelsburg, Groland, Sufism, New Stormfront, Autonomous Peoples, Taoism, The Republic of Ecuador, Republic of Albania, Conservatopia, Republic of Armenia, Nation of Brunei the Abode of Peace, Free World, and Genesis Defense Project.

Tags: Anarchist, Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Fascist, Communist, Eco-Friendly, Minuscule, Multi-Species, Non-English, Post Apocalyptic, and Socialist.

DR Congo is home to a single nation.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Rebellious Youth in DR Congo

World Census observers counted the number of times their car stereo was stolen from outside fast food stores to determine which nations have relatively high levels of youth-related crime.

As a region, DR Congo is ranked 2,652nd in the world for Most Rebellious Youth.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Miles Upon Miles of Tropical RainforestLeft-wing Utopia“Poumons de la terre-mère”

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DR Congo Regional Message Board

Brothers and Sisters
When they insist we're just not good enough
When we know better
Just look 'em in the eyes and say
I'm gonna do it anyway
I'm gonna do it anyway
I'm gonna do it anyway
I'm gonna do it anyway

~ Labi Siffre, 'Something Inside So Strong'

Post self-deleted by Beaucoup rouge guerrilla radio.

Post self-deleted by Beaucoup rouge guerrilla radio.

Patrice Lumumba, the first democratically-elected leader of Congo, was an anti-imperialist who had struggled against Belgian and then US Imperialism.

For this, he was murdered on orders of the CIA with MI6 support.

His murderers Mobutu and Joseph Kasavubu received money and weapons from the CIA and Mobutu's consequent brutal and corrupt dictatorship which was sustained through torture and murder was supported fully by successive US Governments with Ronald Reagan calling him "a voice of good sense and goodwill".

Mobutu, Reagan's declared "voice of good sense and good will", publicly executed political opponents including three cabinet ministers who were hanged in front of an audience of 50,000 spectators.

Patrice Lumumba's former minister of education and maoist rebel leader Pierre Mulele who sought to continue the struggle after Lumumba's murder was lured out of hiding on the assumption he would be given amnesty by Mobutu.

Instead of amnesty he was tortured to death by the removal of various parts of his anatomy until he died. What was left of him was dumped in the Congo river.

This was the character of Mobutu, and Reagan's "voice of good sense and good will"

The story in DR Congo - of democratically elected leaders being overthrown by the US to be replaced by dictatorships, is one told wherever US Imperialism seeks to manifest or sustain it's exploitation globally.

"We must move forward, striking out tirelessly against imperialism. From all over the world we have to learn lessons which events afford. Lumumba's murder should be a lesson for all of us." - Che Guevara

"The worst crisis in Africa now, right now, this minute, and for the last several years is the Eastern Congo. Comparably worse than Darfur. Millions of people have been killed there. If you look into it, the west is doing essentially nothing. And it’s not that they don’t care, they do care. Western multinational corporations are robbing eastern Congo’s resources. Everyone who uses a cell phone knows that. That’s where the coltan comes from. Well, okay, as long as you can pay off militias to control your access to minerals, why care about the four, five million people being killed."

~ Noam Chomsky

Post self-deleted by Beaucoup rouge guerrilla radio.

I'm gonna just store these puppets here.

Hope you don't mind.

- Third Dynasty of Ur

See the tag 'Anti-Capitalist', then look up the meaning of the term.

Now you know the answer.

Au dieu!

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