Indeed, the galloping and almost eternal unemployment eating away the Ivorian society, has made the young, idle underclass, facilitating easy prey to a number of corrupt politicians who took advantage of this weakness to satisfy selfish interests that have plunged our country into chaos.
It is time for young people to turn away from its politicians, who without exception all run to their illicit enrichment, looting their own countries under the guide of their colonial Emperor of France at the expense of the population. In reality it is France that organizes confusion and war in Ivory Coast in order to draw the property of the country on the grounds that its former colonies owe them what they have become today. As if France has not abused us enough already.
The few leaders who oppose this diktat, are killed or abused imprisoned under false pretext. Cases of Laurent Gbagbo of Ivory Coast and Libya’s Gaddafi are the most recent egregious cases that we all experienced. This means that the West does not like leaders who work and stand for the well being of their people in Africa.
The youth of Ivory Coast must take control of their destiny by cultivating the love for their country and all uniting in hard work, innovation and entrepreneurship in order to contribute to its development, thus turning away from politics and the politicians that derive their order from the West. It is time for the youth to stand up against the hoarding of our wealth. Disclaim the ease and say no to invading neo-colonialist organisations.
Show those politicians in the pay of the West, that power belongs to the people without which they represent nothing because the true independence will come only from ourselves.
For the coming of an Ivorian Nation …