The Fall of Blaise Compaore of Burkina Faso and the Anticipated Benefits for Africa Janvier Tchouteu Author
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The people of Burkina Faso have put a stop to a script devised in the Élysée Palace in Paris by the French political mafia where France's puppet presidents in Africa can change their country's constitutions at will to ensure that their children take over following their deaths(Omar Bongo/Ali Bongo of Gabon, Gnassingbé Eyadéma/Faure Gnassingbé of Togo etc), to ensure that they prolong their rule (Paul Biya of Cameroon, Idris Derby of Chad, Sassou Nguessou of the Republic of Congo etc.), and where these puppets can extend their autocratic rules through masquerades called elections that see them winning despite a more than 80% disapproval ratings, knowing that France and foreign interests would always back their actions against the will of their people.However, would the fall of Blaise Compaore in his attempt to change the constitution mean the end of the French script and the beginning of the dismantling of the French-imposed neo-colonial system in Francophone Africa that sees these puppet African dictators serving the puppeteer(France and the other foreign interests) instead of working for the interest of their countries and people? Would the change in Burkina Faso be the harbinger of change in the autocracies in Cameroon, Chad, Republic of Congo, Gabon, Togo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe,Gambia, Sudan, Eritrea, Ivory Coast, Angola and Mauritania?


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