The senior Senator from Bong County, and wife of former President Charles Taylor, Jewel Howard Taylor, said she is drawing, up an impeachment proceeding against President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for allegedly violating the Liberian constitution when she recently call on her cabinet Ministers to appoint two members of her party to government positions.
The senator believes that the President's call which was made at a party convention a week ago, aims to promote segregation in employment, thus contradicting Article 8 of the Liberian Constitution which provides that job opportunities be given all Liberians regardless of creed, religion, political affiliation or social status.
The Bong County Senator told a news conference at the weekend in Monrovia that it was a sad day in Liberia's history that a president would seek the welfare of only her associates.
Where was the then first lady when her husband's men killed innocent people for no reason
Wow if Senator Taylor is such an expert on the Constitution, where was she when her Husband the former President blatantly used the Constitution to wipe his ass for lack of a better word. where was she when her husband arbitrarily abuse the rights of the Liberian People, were was she when people were being taken to jail and killed without any reason, after what these people did to the Country they should be the last to open their mouths about anything concerning the constitution.
Former warlord and head of the Liberian Peace council George Boley who has been accused of human rights violations in Liberia — allegations he has denied for years — has been detained by U.S immigration officials who accuse him of “extrajudicial killings, and other gross human rights violations during the Liberian civil war.
Immigration and border officials detained George Boley on Jan. 15 on allegations that he is in the country unlawfully and that he committed killings in another country, according to Pat Riley, a spokeswoman for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Boley has long contended that federal authorities have relentlessly pursued him because of baseless allegations that he committed war crimes in Liberia.
Last year the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia, tasked with detailing possible human rights violations committed during the civil war, named Boley as one of eight people who should be prosecuted for their actions. He is scheduled to have a hearing later this month before an immigration judge to determine whether he should be deported to his home country.
I for my part cannot wait for the day Mr Boley, Alhaji Kromah, Sekou Conteh, and Prince Johnson all join former Liberian President Charles Taylor in the Hague to face war crimes charges, Most of us Liberians who saw these men and their barbarian armies at work during the war will never forget what these people did to our country, I hope they all burn and rot in hell where they all belong.
A Liberian national who is also a notorious gang member was arrested for the weekend shooting of a man during a homecoming party and was arraigned last night on two counts of attempted homicide.
Investigators arrested Daniel “Rush” Potepa, an alleged member of the Sex, Money, Murder set of the Bloods gang, after two confidential informants and other witnesses identified him as the shooter.
Daniel “Rush” Potepa, 20, faces two counts of attempted homicide and related charges after allegedly shooting township resident Anchul Rostogi, multiple times.
Also charged in the case is Liberian national Augustine “Lyrico” Kiawu, 24, who also identified Potepa as the shooter. Kiawu was charged last week with aggravated assault and conspiracy, police said.
Potepa was jailed on $3 million bail. After his arraignment early Tuesday. After the criminal charges he is most likely to get deported, and when he does, i hope the Liberian Government also deal with him and put him in the middle of nowhere, these fools don't need to be let loose among civilize people, he had nothing to offer here in America, he will definitely not have anything to offer when he is sent home except, to be another nuisance for our already ill equipped police force.
I finally got to see this despicable piece of work called the vice guide to Liberia, a so called documentary that have been getting a lot of buzz all across the web. Done by a bunch of nerds and racist fools who have nothing better to do but to put junk on the internet, these fools have manage to make my country look like a nation of cannibals, prostitutes, and drug addicts.
here are some of their work
I am frankly really offended that these assholes not only made my country the laughing stock of their demeaning work but in the process also exploited poor and venerable people in their videos for their own sick pleasures.
this video is comparable to if I made a video about homeless people, gangs, and drug addicts on the streets of a major American city like say New York and depicting it as the conditions of every day, average Americans. you have slums and ghettos that are worse here then anything we have in Liberia, so please don't insult our intelligence.
Our country have come a long way since the end of the civil war, we do not need your little fat white asses running around our country, demeaning our peoples and making us the butts of your sick and twisted jokes, if the good folks at vice TV or what ever you guys call yourselves don't have anything better to do, i suggest you guys go back in your parents basement and do what you do best, like looking at porns, and leaving subject matter you have no clues about .
GOD, Country, Family, service before self.............
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The Lone Star forever
The national song
When freedom raised her glowing form on Montserrado's verdant height, She set within the doom of night, 'midst low ring stars and thunderstorms the star of liberty - and seizing from the waking morn, its burnished shield of golden flame she lifted in her proud name and raise a people long forlorn to noble destiny The Lone Star forever! The Lone Star forever! O long may it float over land and over sea. Desert it, no never! Uphold it, forever! O shout for the Lone Star banner, All hail.
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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of the Republic of Liberia.
originally from Paynesville city, the republic of Liberia,a small country on the west coast of
Africa,I now live in Minneapolis, Minnesota the United states of America.
Ever Mindful of the many negative information about my country due largely in part to the almost two decades of civil war, i have created this blog as a means to share with all well meaning people and friends of Liberia, the many positive aspect of my country.
GOD, Country and family first,is my motto, every other thing is secondary.