Thursday, September 1, 2011

Letter To Blog Administrator From A Concern And Exile Seychellois Citizen!!


 Title: Mr.
> First name: Seselwa
> Family name: Libere
> Email address: Withheld to Prevent shaming the Australian Executives
> Street address: 11 Greenfields Way
> Street address: Newport
> Town / City: Brough
> State:
> Postcode:
> Country: Australia
> Subject:
> Comment:
> Dear Prime Minister
> Just for your information that Mr Michel came to power on the 5th of June 
> 1977 by overthrowing a democratic government of Sir James Mancham. 






After that 
> Time a lot of Seychellois have disappeared or murdered and not one inquiry 
> was made into these incident.


> A lot of Seychellois citizens had to live and seek refuge abroad because of 
> persecution and intimidation by the Seychelles Government. My question to you 
> as a leader who have great passion regarding human rights and believe in 
> democracy is as follows.
> Why did you invite such a man with an appalling record on human rights and 
> democracy to Australia on a state visit?
> I had to live my country in 1984 and applied political asylum in the UK.
> Shame on you Australia!
>
 
> A Proud Seychellois
> Please reply by e mail

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Selman vre sa ki zot dir:

Sa bann kin al Lostrali kouyon in vin pli kouyon ankor laba.

I suggest you do your research before posting such crap, both the author and the idiot editor who posted this.

Albert Borizin

Anonymous said...

Albert are you suggesting that the coup Deta did not happen?
Are you suggesting that no one disappeared or murdered?
If not then you are living in denial or maybe you drunk or mentally ill.
Please have a reality check?
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

No, read the text again a few times.

Hint:
"Just for your information that Mr Michel came to power on the 5th of June 1977"

Albert Borizin

Anonymous said...

Yes with his friend Albert Rene plus a few of them

Anonymous said...

Mancham was overthrown because he was wearing a striped suit. You cannot trust a man in a striped suit!

Anonymous said...

Yes, JAM took part in the coup, but it was Rene who assumed power. Get your facts right guys, else you'll look like even bigger morons than you already do.

By the way, Mancham was overthrown because he was too stupid to realize that his own deputy was desperate for his place. Maybe he was too busy waving his "Little Mancham" about to realize what was about to hit him.

Anonymous said...

But it was James Michel toting an AK47 and explosives that night to overthrow a democratically elected government.

Anonymous said...

It's easy now to blame Mancham or any others for knowing about the coup or what not but at that time he was uniting the seychellois people with the coalition but a devikl is always a devil I mean Rene. Power he wanted and this is also the wish of the SNP that is why today we have a weak opposition. The only way they can get in is Coup d'etat

Anonymous said...

Some of these so-called democratic leaders never learn. They might be leaders of democratic nations, but you do wonder about their own commitment to democracy. During the good times, before the Arab Spring, Sarkozy was entertaining Gaddafi in Paris. That was as late as 2007. Gillard and Bryce meeting with Michel falls in the same category. They disgrace their own country. Sarkozy has been trying to rescue his reputation, but Nato has had to kill many Libyans and North Africans in Libya for that. Let's hope that Gillard and Bryce will not have to do the same thing in Seychelles to salvage their reputation.

Anonymous said...

To the blogger who said-JAm took part in the coup,but it was Rene who assumed power.It does not matter who did what as long as they all took part in the coup,- directly or indirectly- you still was part of the murderer gang and should be dealt with as such.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

To the before last comment.
We might agured on the why-Sarkosy or Bryce welcome and shaked hands with devils,but this does not have anything to do with their beliefs in democracy or not ,the fact is that the country they lead, are based on democractic rules and norms that they abide with regardless of their personal ideology.The different from Seychelles under PP is that Pp uses ,abuses the trapping of democratic institutions to give a bad name to democracy and promote Pp^s one party state in order or at least in an attempt to gain International credibility and recognition and of course financial aids(or more debts).


Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Sometimes I get the awful impression that you do not know what you are talking about.

Anonymous said...

I can understand that and that is a feeling that others have to when they were too longindoctrinated by false ideology like communism. But no panic,man change with time as you get back to a normal state of mind you will better understand me.

Jeanne DÂrc

Anonymous said...

I least you understand something. Good.

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