CRIME DOES NOT PAY: TIME TO CHASE LIBERIAN PERPETRATORS OUT OF TOWN

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Left to right: Rep. Massaquoi, Sen. Johnson, Amb. Conteh. Rep. Snowe, Comm. Tulay of ECOWAS Commission, Rep. Siryon & Sen. Zargo during the opening session in Abuja, May 10, 2018 ( courtesy of frontpage Africa)

It is pathetic that Liberia has now become one of the few countries in the world which only notorious war and economic criminals are celebrated as leaders. Look at the faces of the so-called representatives of Liberia at ECOWAS Parliament. It is unacceptable for these gangs of heartless men and women who pillaged our natural resources, raped our mothers, sisters, aunts, nieces and loved ones and reduced us to beggars to continue imposing themselves on us while we suffered under their evil oppressive and repressive rule.

This is more reasons why Liberian war victims and ordinary Liberians alike mush really in unity to end the culture of impunity in Liberia. Let us support the ongoing struggle for justice in Liberia. The voices for justice on the streets of Monrovia today represent the voices of the voiceless. The voices of the more than three hundred thousand lives that was cut short by the evil work of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her cruel cohorts.

Before I drop my pen, are there no morally and spiritually upright people left in Liberia? I will not call names today but, are these the only qualified people left to represent our beloved country on the international stage? What message are we sending to our children? Are we suggesting to our children that crimes do pay?

What has happened to our moral antenna? What if a  group of men and women start a war tomorrow, what can Liberians and the so-called council of churches including the so-called interfaith meditation group tell them? Where is the Bishop Michael K. Frances of Liberia today? Where is Albert Porte? Where are the so-called men and women of God in Liberia today? Are you proud of having indicted war and economic criminals representing our beloved country? Is this all Linaria has to offer to the world? What has happened to us as a people?

It is time to end the culture of impunity in Liberia. Please join the patriotic Liberians at home and abroad who are on the frontline advocating for justice. We are carefully watching the protest and all civil actions against the culture of impunity with an eagle eye. Make no mistake, any foolishness on the part of the regime will be answered proportionally on the international stage!

Let it be known to the so-called Deputy Information Minister for Public Affairs, Eugene L. Fahngon that he does not represent Liberia and that he and his fellow perpetrators do not speak for us. It would be foolish for us not to know that the war crimes court is not in the best interest(s) of parasites like Eugene L. Fahngon, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Prince Y. Johnson, Groege S. Boley and others who destroyed our beloved country.

Eugene L. Fahngon and others must know that Liberia does not belong to them alone and that we are fully prepared to use any diplomatic and legal means to bear pressure on the CDC government to ensure the full implementation of the TRC recommendations.

The good news is that Amerca, which has always played a key role in our body politics is no longer headed by crooked and hypothetical politicians like crooked Hillary and gay president Obama. The current Trump administration is our natural allied which we should be working in the pursuit of our ultimate goal of eliminating the culture of impunity in Liberia.

Therefore,  we are calling on all patriotic Liberians to commit the week of July 15, 2018, as a lobby week. Let us use the week of July 15 to lobby  Washington for the full implementation of the TRC recommendations. We have engaged a lobbying firm in DC for this purpose. The planned lobbying activities are part of the larger event leading to the 2nd International Symposium on the future of Liberia slated for July 25-27, 2018 in NYC.

Fellow Liberians and friends of Liberia, let us use every diplomatic and legal tool within our powers to fight for justice in Liberia. There can be no peace without justice! Violence and crime do not pay; it will only make situation worst. Many of the bad actors are trying to provoke us to take up arms against our people, but we will not reduce ourselves to the standards of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Sawyer, Taylor and all those who philosophied, planned, financed, and executed the genocidal war against our people. If you are interested in the lobbying effort at the US Congress and State Department in the week of July 15, 2018,  please email me at jmassaquoi@gmail.com so that we can include you on official delegation.

Thank you.

Liberian War Victim

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