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  1. Perhaps listening to RFI, BBC, and VoA is preferable to listening to the in house radio of their corrupt and kleptocratic governments.
    Quality education, not idle name-calling, is the answer. A merchant must know how to sell his goods. In Congo, it’s now illegal to sell copper ore (rocks). It must be processed into ingots – unfortunately, despite hydroelectric, there isn’t the capacity to do that.
    The New York Herald Tribune, in relation to Gaza, said – the world will respect you when you stop making potato chips and start making microchips.
    I came to Congo in 1992, they are still talking about how they will run their own affairs. Both Mobutu and Kabila became the richest presidents in the world on the backs of an impoverished population.

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