This is by far the best picture I have seen in many decades. I love it.
Beles wrote:I am not asking US to do my fighting. I am commenting on a possible situation. You should be able to differentiate that. Knowing how things stand is important if you want to get any thing done. Shooting without differentiating foe from a fried in the darkness (like you usually do) is not a "plan". By the way I do have a plan. Long and short term. When you become interested in doing something more coherent and organized than your present engagement let me know and I will be happy to share it. I am not saying you are not contributing but with the same effort one could do better with a little planning and coordination.
Uganda's long-serving puppet-dictator Museveni is also sensing the Mubarak treatment coming his way. Will he be sending his envoy to Cuba and Iran ?
President Museveni warns western powers on recruiting Uganda officials as spies
Written by Ahmed Bogere Masembe |
March 30, 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has warned Western embassies against recruiting young Ugandan officials as spies and agents in government,describing it as an act of corruption and money laundering.
“We have reports that they invite our young members of parliament; give them funds which are not reported either in parliament or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This is corruption, if they get money which they don’t declare. If it is to help our country, it should be reported. If it is not reported, it is looked at as some of our partners recruiting agents or spies in our country, he said, adding `We don’t want embassies of our friends to recruit spies from our people. We are not hostile powers to you; neither are we your enemies, why would you recruit? This is a serious form of corruption. If you get money from foreign sources and don’t declare to IGG, Parliament or police,you are not only corrupt, but an agent.”