Laffor quits Lone Stars: Chris Wreh is “very much unprofessional.”

    Monrovia – Former Liberian captain Anthony Laffor has announced that he is leaving the national team because he cannot work with “an unprofessional coach”. Laffor on Sunday, October 13, broke the news on his Facebook page saying he will wait for the old generation of coaches before he can play for Liberia, a statement in reference to deputy coach Christopher Wreh’s comment after Lone Star’s 3-1 victory over Sierra Leone on September 4, 2019 in Monrovia. “Sam Johnson is our new Captain. I say it,” Wreh had said when…

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The political consciousness of the masses, like every phenomenon in the development of nature is not stagnant but in constant flux and is subject to change as they interact with the material world. The forces in tension initially created molecular changes below the surface of the Liberian farce. These changes were not seen with the naked eyes. But now the contradictions have reached a nodal point. They have pierced through the surface and created a seismic shift in the consciousness of the people, producing a qualitative change out of quantitative change. Before the outcome of the by-elections in Montserrado County, this change first expressed itself in the June 7 Protest when thousands of Liberians took to the streets to protest against the economic hardship and unbridled incompetence and corruption of the Weah government. The masses who about two years ago sang as a battle hymn “move on the road the country giant coming again” are now lamenting “George Weah da rogue, we will talk it.” A man once called a “darling black President” is now referred to as a “Generational Traitor”. Things have turn into the opposite. To paraphrase the words of Alan Woods, the illusion in George Weah has evaporated like a drop of water on hot stove. Op-ed 

Liberia the Republic of Schizophrenia

    Dear Friends, “When you make men slaves, you deprive them of half of their virtue, you set them, in your conduct, an example of fraud, rapine and cruelty, and compel them to live with you in a state of war.”—Olaudah Equiano, 1791 Further, “The real education of the masses can never be separated from their independent political, and especially revolutionary, struggle. Only struggle educates the exploited class. Only struggle discloses to it the magnitude of its power, widens its horizon, enhances its abilities, clarifies its mind, and forges…

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