U.S. Deep State Gabon, Africa President ‘Seriously Ill’ From Trump “Drain the Swamp?

by Thinker

The 45th U.S. presidential program “Drain the Swamp” is having a ripple effect around the world and especially in Africa. Dictators who have been placed in many of the African governments who have suppressed the people, and down the bidding of the U.S. deep state feeling the effects of Donald Trump in the White House!!!

Gabon’s president ‘seriously ill’ because of changes in U.S.???

Ill, or fleeing out of fear from his own people??? Gabonese President Ali Bongo is seriously ill but on the mend, his spokesman says, ending weeks of official silence on his condition. Speculation has mounted on the health of President Bongo, 59, with some reports saying he suffered a stroke. He is being treated in Saudi Arabia, with the initial announcement last month saying he was suffering fatigue.

His spokesman Ike Ngouoni said Mr Bongo was “recovering all of his physical abilities”.

No mention was made of a stroke but the president had suffered “bleeding which required medical care”, Mr Ngouoni said. Ali Bongo succeeded his father Omar Bongo as president in 2009, who governed the western African nation for more than 40 years.
www.wimbtri.com/gabons-president-seriously-ill/

Funny how you can ask any American about Gabon, Africa and most won’t even be able to tell you what continent its on…Gabon, Africa owned by secret U.S. deep state government???

Ali Bongo Ondimba (born Alain Bernard Bongo) President of Gabon since October 2009.
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Bongo is the son of Omar Bongo, who was President of Gabon from 1967 until his death in 2009. During his father’s presidency, he was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1989 to 1991 and represented Bongoville as a Deputy in the National Assembly from 1991 to 1999; subsequently he was Minister of Defense from 1999 to 2009. Following his father’s death after 41 years in power, he was first elected in the August 2009 presidential election.

Gabon has a population of approximately 2 million. It is estimated that 80% of Gabon’s population can speak French, and that 30% of Libreville residents are native speakers of the language. Nationally, 32% of the Gabonese people speak the Fang language as a mother tongue. Imported rock and hip hop from the US and UK are popular in Gabon, and Radio-Diffusion Télévision Gabonaise (RTG), which is owned and operated by the government,broadcasts in French and indigenous languages plays a lot of it. In 2004, the government operated two radio stations and another seven were privately owned. There were also two government television stations and four privately owned. In 1981, a commercial radio station, Africa No. 1, began operations. The most powerful radio station on the continent, it has participation from the French and Gabonese governments and private European media. L’Union in Libreville, the government-controlled daily newspaper, had an average daily circulation of 40,000 in 2002. Color television broadcasts have been introduced in major cities.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabon

Bill Clinton moving jobs and businesses out of the US and into Africa??? US companies plan $14b in Africa investments – Daily Nation
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Photo: President Bush With Ambassador Carlos Boungo
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Photo: Ali Bongo meets United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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Photo: Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of the Gabonese Republic, his wife Sylvia Bongo Ondimba, US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama in 2014
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Ali Bongo married his first wife, the French-born Sylvia Najma Valentin, in 1989; she is the daughter of Édouard Valentin, CEO of the Omnium gabonais d’assurances et de réassurances (OGAR) insurance company. In 1994 Ali Bongo married his second wife, American Inge Lynn Collins Bongo, from Los Angeles, California; at the time of Ali Bongo’s election as President, Inge Bongo was living on food stamps in California, and she later filed for divorce in 2015.
Could the tell all book causing illness in a dictator from a nation that has been kept secret from American. Inge Collins Bongo is announced to be the main character and narrator of the new documentary series of 4 episodes Despot + to be released in 2018.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ali_Bongo_Ondimba

Republic of the Congo, capital at Brazzaville: How much do you really know about this piece of African land the U.S. governments and the American people have invested so heavily in???

What will the 45th president find in the nation of Gabon, Africa that seems to be U.S. owned and operated??? How deep does the rabbit hole go???

U.S. Obtains Swiss Bank Records For Congo Corruption Probe – Failed Investigation or Paid Off???

A Swiss court has confirmed ongoing criminal investigations into the businesses of Dan Gertler, an Israeli diamond dealer suspected of large-scale corruption in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Switzerland’s Federal Criminal Court released on Friday a 13-page judgment that details how the United States has sought information, including banking records, about Gertler’s business since 2012. Gertler’s companies appealed a Swiss decision to provide information to the United States. The court rejected the appeal and published its decision. U.S. authorities claim to have evidence that shows bribes paid to high-level DRC officials in exchange for mining rights and government benefits, according to the judgment. The bribes involved cash and in-kind bribes such as luxury items and “extravagant personal holidays” given to at least three officials, who were not identified in keeping with Swiss legal practices.

A Gertler lawyer representing the companies that appealed the decision confirmed :
www.icij.org/investigations/para…ion-probe/

HOW BAD DOES “DEEP STATE” NEED A WAR??? – Seeking IMF Bailout, Debt-Laden Congo Steps Up War on Corruption – Using the innocent to play the game of keep the money flowing???

Authorities in the Republic of Congo plan to arrest more officials as part of an anti-corruption drive to meet conditions set by the International Monetary Fund for a bailout.Oil-producing Congo owes creditors at least $9.14 billion and sought support from the IMF last year. The Washington-based lender has insisted the government make “bold and immediate governance reforms” before any package is considered. Congo’s intelligence service last month arrested Jean-Didier Elongo, director-general of public procurement in the Treasury, for: (Follow the money and the fake news Trump has many in the world singing the blues!!!)
www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/…-criticism

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