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Opinion | Dec 3, 2018

Ghanaian Demonstrators Against Setting Up Of The US Military Base - Thank You

Ghanaian Demonstrators Against Setting Up Of The US Military Base - Thank You

In March, this year, thousands of Ghanaians rallied in the streets of Accra to protest a deal that would have given the United States military an expanded role in Ghana.

The deal was about the United States $20 million investment in equipment and training for the Ghanaian military, carrying out joint exercises with Ghana, while the US government uses the nation’s radio channels and runways.

In fact, it’s only an illiterate, who has zero knowledge about the political history or clandestine crimes of the US government around the globe, will heartily accept such a deal or call it something beneficial to Ghana.

I wouldn’t have known this had it been that I am in Africa. The habit of the US government is to influence corrupt African leaders with money, with the promise that they need small cooperative security locations to help African nations fight extremist groups and other security threats.

Even though Africa is a threat to certain terrorist groups, it’s not as serious as Europe and the United States of America. How many times terrorists have struck France, Belgium, Britain and the United States of America, yet the US claim the setting up of its base in Ghana will help the state fight against terrorism or serve other purposes? That can’t be.

Africa was of relatively little concern to the U.S. military during the Cold War, therefore, why all of a sudden the US government decides to build US military base across Africa? The reasons are simple and logical.

Africa's fast population growth needs a solution. Bill Gates has already said that Africa must be depopulated to save the immigration crisis in Europe. The US military presence in Africa will do the job clandestinely through deadly vaccines and the planting of biological weapons, like that of Ebola, and to be closer to Africa's vast resources.

I am just a mere writer without any knowledge about biological weapons until I had classified documents from scientist Johan Van Dongen and Dr. Wolff Geisler to reveal the origin of Aids and Ebola as biological weapons.

I couldn't express my joy when I read about the bold demonstration in Ghana against such military base to be set up in Ghana, the fact that, I read from both documents that the US military scientists are responsible for creating the biological weapons and their favourite place to plant them is inside African jungles.

I didn’t doubt the contents of the documents at all because when Ebola broke out in West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, while many health officials were working round the clock to save lives, the World Health Organization intentionally respond late for the victims to die. The WHO has since apologized for the late response.

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Obama sends the U.S. troops to West Africa to help fight an Ebola

Again, instead of sending health officials to save the victims, Obama sent a battalion of US soldiers to the affected countries. To do what? Since Ebola is a biological weapon by the US military, they have enough knowledge to handle the situation.

Fellow Ghanaians, I don’t have anything to give to you than to thank you with all my heart. That prevention of the US government set up a military base in the country will remain in Ghana's political history forever.

You are great people and don’t even know how you have saved our dear country from wolves in sheep’s clothing. I know that most of my articles are probing but I am doing that for my dear nation Ghana.

Ghana is capable of maintaining its own security and family planning, we don’t need the US government on our soil to depopulate our country with dangerous vaccines and tell Africans that the diseases Aids and Ebola were caused by monkeys, bush meat and bats.

Once again, thank you.

Joel Savage
Joel Savage, © 2018

Joel Savage is a Ghanaian-Belgian journalist and author. The accredited press-card holder of the Flemish Journalists Association once contributed regularly to the features column of the Daily Graphic, The Mirror, Ghanaian Times and the Weekly Spectator. The writer currently lives in Belgium.,

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