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JEAN GASPARD NTOUTOUME-AYI STAYS COHERENT AND STRONG. JEAN GASPARD NTOUTOUME-AYI RESTE COHÉRENT ET SOLIDE

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THANK YOU TO MR. ROCKY NKOGHE FOR NARRATING TO US THE POLITICAL ASSASSINATION OF THE GABON REPUBLIC. MERCI À MONSIEUR ROCKY NKOGHE POUR NOUS AVOIR NARRÉ L’ASSASSINAT POLITIQUE DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE GABONAISE

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Our compatriot Stéphane Zeng has given us an invaluable service, recording the testimony of a Gabonese who has experienced the political changes that Gabon has known from the late 50s to the present. This Gabonese individual is called Rocky Nkoghe.
The collective memory of a population consists of everything that essentially involves issues of political and social evolution and cohesion. Collective memory encompasses a large number of fields of analysis, ranging from cognitive science to politics, sociology, history and other disciplines.
It is the great merit of Stéphane Zeng and Rocky Nkoghe to work to remedy the promotion of ignorance and oblivion in Gabon. Let us hope that others will follow this brilliant example.

We will not give up!



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Notre compatriote Stéphane Zeng vient de nous rendre un inestimable service, en enregistrant le témoignage d’un Gabonais ayant vécu les mutations politiques que la Gabon a connu depuis la fin des années 50 à nos jours. Ce…

GABON’S POLITICAL HISTORY SINCE THE INDEPENDANCE, TOLD BY A WITNESS (continues and ends). L’HISTOIRE POLITIQUE DU GABON DEPUIS L’INDÉPENDANCE, PAR UN TÉMOIN (suite et fin)

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GABON’S POLITICAL HISTORY SINCE THE INDEPENDANCE, TOLD BY A WITNESS. L’HISTOIRE POLITIQUE DU GABON DEPUIS L’INDÉPENDANCE, PAR UN TÉMOIN.

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OCCUPATION OF PLACE DU TROCADÉRO BY THE GABONESE RESISTANCE CONCERNS ALI BONGO REGIME AT THE HIGHEST POINT. L’OCCUPATION DE LA PLACE DU TROCADÉRO PAR LA RÉSISTANCE GABONAISE INQUIÈTE LE RÉGIME ALI BONGO AU PLUS HAUT POINT

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When the Gabonese resistance began on the Place du Trocadéro, Ali Bongo and his regime thought it would be a flash in a pan. They were gargling by saying that winter would get the best of this resistance.
But over time, the resistance has grown stronger, to such an extent that today the regime is panic-stricken at the catalytic role of the weekly expression of this resistance which is taking root.
The regime has sent Ndemezo'Obiang to use our young compatriots from Bitam like him, who are resident of France and have their entry into the resistance, to corrode this resistance from within and compromise the weekly demonstrations of the Trocadero.
Dear readers, let's put the plan of Ndemezo'Obiang in check and demonstrate to these people that we will not give up!



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Quand la résistance Gabonaise a commencé sur la place du Trocadéro, Ali Bongo et son régime ont pensé que ce serait un feu de paille. Ils se gargarisaient en disant que l’hiver aurait rais…

THE RECURRENT ATAVISMES OF SOME GABONESE ARE IN CONTRADICTION WITH THE NECESSITY OF OUR PROGRESS. LES RÉCURRENTS ATAVISMES DE CERTAINS GABONAIS SONT EN CONTRADICTION AVEC LA NÉCESSITÉ DE NOTRE PROGRÈS

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In countries where good governance has been in place, people and governments have long understood that transparency in all areas is the best detergent to ensure that countries are as clean and as egalitarian as possible for all. But some Gabonese, obviously, would not want this procedure to apply to Gabon.
You may remember that when Gregory Ngbwa-Mintsa joined as a civil plaintiff, the ill-gotten gains suit which is ongoing in France, the main reproach that the Bongo regime made to him was his association with "foreign NGOs" and "smearing the honor of Gabon". As if it were possible to further smear a country whose leaders had long since covered with the most repugnant filth.
Dear readers, in the USA, two white journalists and a black night watchman, were at the origin of the discovery of the Watergate scandal that drove down President Richard Nixon. No one accused them of wanting to tarnish the image of their country, on the contrary!
In France, we have…