Tony Blair & Sierra Leone
Anthony Charles Lynton Blair (born 6 May 1953) is a British Labour Party politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2 May 1997 to 27 June 2007. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sedgefield from 1983 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007. He resigned from all of these positions in June 2007. Sierra Leone (Krio: Salone), officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, is a country in West Africa. /5
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Sierra Leone: one place where Tony Blair remains an unquestioned hero
Tony Blair is a hero in Sierra Leone and his AGI were instrumental in creating the emergency command centre
SAS hero returns to Sierra Leone to rebuild country. Warning: this article contains praise for Tony Blair:
Sierra Leone: Tony Blair Commends Sierra Leone in the Fight Against Ebola, Expresses Support to the Country's ...
Tony Blair is visiting Sierra Leone today. Read about work in the country here:
Politics-Sirleaf-Blair Pres. Sirleaf Upbeat Over Blair’s Ebola Efforts In Liberia MONROVIA, November 12 (LINA) - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has thanked the patron and founder of the African Governance Initiative (AGI), Tony Blair, and his team, for remaining with Liberia during the Ebola crisis. “More recently, with the difficulty we faced with Ebola, you have stuck with us. The team has not left thereby demonstrating courage and confidence in our country,” she told Blair. Pres. Sirleaf added: “Thank you Tony for always being there, for having a team that has continued to work with us and to enable us to achieve our planning and productive goals.” According to an Executive Mansion release, the Liberian leader made the statement Wednesday during a brief press stakeout following a breakfast meeting with Mr. Blair at her residence. Mr. Blair is on the second leg of a two-day West African tour of countries worse affected by the Ebola virus. He had arrived from Sierra Leone and will visit Guinea ...
They’re riding high again, that ruthless gang of neo-liberal interventionists who dismembered Yugoslavia in the 1990s and whose underlings introduced Factor-8 HIV-infected blood plasma to cause an AIDS crisis across the war-torn Balkans. Today the target is Africa and their newest bio-weapon of choice ebola. Indicted here are the Four Horsemen of pestilence, famine, war and death: Tony Blair, George Soros, Anthony Lake and Bernard Kouchner. Posing as saviors of humanity, these arch-criminals are charging into Africa in the service of the diabolical union between the British Crown and House of Rothschild. The devious plan to release the Zaire ebola strain into West Africa is aimed at a takeover of the rugged mineral-rich interior of Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Ivory Coast. Whoever wins the struggle for mining rights, which promise super-profits far in excess of the Blood Diamond conflicts, will be positioned as middleman between the global economy’s biggest steelmakers, particularly those in Chin ...
Ebola Outbreak Threatens ‘Decades’ Of British Help To Salone UK troops and medical staff to set up 62-bed Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone Ebola is threatening to undo more than a decade of British-led efforts to rebuild Sierra Leone after its bloody civil war, diplomats warned on Tuesday. Officials said unless urgent action is taken to stop the spread of virus in the next three months, the gains of around a billion pounds spent by Britain on aid programmes to Sierra Leone could be squandered. In 2000, the civil war that had claimed the lives of up to 300,000 people in Sierra Leone was ended by a British intervention, when Tony Blair dispatched a 1,000-strong force to stop rebels from the brutal Revolutionary United Front (RUF) over-running the capital, Freetown. Having ousted the RUF’s thugs - whose trademark was hacking their victims’ limbs off - Britain then trained a new army and police force and has since spent around £60 million a year on development aid. The Ebola outbreak, which has ...
Sierra Leone is still safe and opening for business despite the Ebola epidemic affecting West Africa. Former Prime Minister of United Kingdom (UK), Tony Blair a great advocate and enthusiast of My Beautiful Sierra Leone.
I have used a lot of inkjet printers in my time, since 15 odd years ago when, I, for the first and only time in my life so far, so far, envied friends who had gone and acquired a workplace "credited IT rolled out" "Tony Blair years" PC...( President Ernest Bai Koroma we need a dose of IT roll out too, in Sierra Leone, please!)...Oh, where was I..? Inkjet printers: Yeah, the worse that I've ever had to deal with is the latest and cheapest CANON series 2000 to 3000..Beware of it! It quite literally takes over the inner workings of your PC as if you're a sort of photographer and always tweaking photos or other images...If you're not a photographer, this freezes or slows down the computer to the point of torment..! I think that after this posting, am going to un-install that Canon inkjet printer...!
Where is Thabo Mbeki and Robert Gabriel Mugabe? TONY BLAIR AND Thabo Mbeki CLASHED OVER ROBERT MUGABE Tony Blair and former South African president Thabo Mbeki clashed on Wednesday over claims that Britain had been prepared to use military force to overthrow Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe. Mbeki alleged that the former British Prime Minister pressured him to join a "regime change scheme" as Zimbabwe plunged into a political and economic crisis in the early 2000s. But the claim was strongly denied by Blair's office. Both the UK as its former colonial power, and South Africa, its most powerful neighbour, have long played an intimate role in Zimbabwean affairs. But their leaders were divided on how to act when it descended into chaos following the violent seizures of white-owned farms. Blair, who had made a triumphant military intervention in Sierra Leone, was determined that Mugabe should step down whereas Mbeki was ready to accommodate him. "The problem was, we were speaking from different positions," ...
For having behaved like Charles Taylor, Paul Kagame threatened with prosecution Paul Kagame and his cronies must be prosecuted and convicted by the Cpi, for war crimes and crimes against humanity in the DRC. _ The charge of war crimes in the U.S. State Department, Stephen Rapp, said he was very moved by the situation prevailing in the DRC in its eastern part, where subhuman who perpetuate acts offend the international community today. In reaction, the threat of prosecution Bonaparte Paul Kagame, for his support of the rebel group M23 this negative force that strikes terror in eastern DR Congo and who has to defy the international community. For Stephen Rapp, the situation visionary leader praised by Tony Blair and Bill Clinton for his handling of Rwanda after the season machetes apocalyptic 1994, resembles that of former President Charles Taylor's. One remembers, for supporting the rebels in Sierra Leone, he was sentenced in May 2012, the International Criminal Court to 50 years in prison. Paul Kagame is ...
Murray: Tony Blair is rarely remembered for his work on human rights in Sierra Leone
Tony Blair in Freetown to renew contract with President Koroma Posted on January 17, 2013 by admin 17 January 2013 Sierra Leone is in desperate need of cash – estimated at more than $1 billion to help rehabilitate its creaky drinking water supply system, electricity generating and distribution plants, drainage and waste management systems, and public housing. In 2010, President Koroma was invited to London by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair to meet and rub the palms of potential investors. Many big promises were made, amid worsening global financial crisis and economic downturn. President Koroma with the help of Tony Blair and some of his former ministerial colleagues, who had helped the president in 2007 to formulate his ‘Agenda for Change’, had also prioritised the country’s tourism, fishing, agriculture and mining sectors for immediate action and massive foreign investment. But three years on, very little progress has been achieved in attracting the billions of dollars needed to be in ...
Speaking in Freetown,Tony Blair said: "Sierra Leone has great potential in the area of tourism and the development of the private sector."
Ernest Bai Koroma has been re-elected President of Sierra Leone. Read Tony Blair's reaction here:
Charles Taylor gets 50 yrs for war crimes in Sierra Leone; BUT George Bush&Tony Blair get nothing for the chaos in Iraq SMH
Former president of Liberia Charles Taylor has been sentenced to 50yrs for the Carnage that he committed in Sierra Leone ,his prosecution has made him the first president to be convicted after the Nuremberg trials after World War II, don't you think George Bush & Tony Blair shd follow for the atrocities they committed? wat abt Mugabe?
Blair right: Sierra Leone, Kosovo, Iraq. Bair wrong: Kazakhstan, banks.. on The corruption of Tony Blair
[Reader+ FB] As Charles Taylor is convicted, Tony Blair says he is proud of Britain’s role in Sierra Leone - Bla...
Sierra Leone was saved from monstrous cruelty by Tony Blair's brave decision to send in British forces.He now should get the credit for it.
Worth remembering the war crimes conviction of wouldn't have happened without Tony principled intervention in Sierra Leone.
Exclusive: Tony Blair tells how the trial allows Sierra Leone to "draw a line" under its past
If Tony Blair didn't interfere, the war would still be going on in Sierra Leone, therefore
Tony Blair: "Kosovo and Sierra Leone ... demonstrate how if you do intervene you can give people a much better future."
London — Former British Prime Minister has said that the 2012 elections in Sierra Leone will be fought on what President Ernest Bai Koroma has achieved and got to achieve.
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