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SUP Declares University of Liberia ‘No Go Zone’ for Senator Abraham Dillion, Demands His Apology!

  PRESS STATEMENT SUP condemns UL President Dr. Nelson’s recent outburst on the students of the university; seeks an extension for the payment of registration fees; declares the University of Liberia campuses a no-go-zone for Sen. Darius Dillon for his diabolical misinterpretation of the April 14, 1979 uprising. DEMANDS his open apology; warns the Tolberts to desist from throwing cliché absurdity of “dark cloud” of revisionism on Liberian history Comrades and friends, brothers and sisters who continue to struggle for rice and rights, striving militants and ideologues whose boots remain…

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Appalling Working Conditions at Cavalla Rubber Corporation, In Pleebo Maryland County

By Andrew Jaye Pleebo, Maryland County–Pictures of residential housing emerging from the Cavalla Rubber Corporation (CRC) in Gedetarbo, Pleebo Sodoken District, Maryland County depicts a subhuman condition for workers. The buildings are dilapidated, unpainted, windows sealed with mud bricks, bathrooms made of rotten rice bags under trees and toilets outside and infested with rodents, roaches, lizards, and snakes. The buildings are in total disrepair and unfit for human habitation. Sadly, in this age and time, this is the inhumane slave conditions that workers of the CRC are enduring.    This rubber…

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emmanual savice / News 

Liberia: War & Economic Crimes Court Activist, Emmanuel Savice Denied Visa

Staff Report The Chairman of Liberians United for Justice and Accountability [LUJA] says he was denied a visa by the Liberian Embassy while on a visit to Monrovia. Mr. Emmanuel Savice said he was headed to the country to solicit signatures of a million-plus people who are interested in the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court. Savice is a Liberian-born who has scars of the war but now based in Canada with his family. In a statement on his Facebook page, he said ‘I was due to board…

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Weah: “What was damaged during the 14 years of civil war,” he said, “cannot be fixed in a day’s time. This government is focused on rehabilitating Liberians whose lives were damaged. I want you not to join those who are undermining the country through protests. Join me to rebuild the country.” As part of his development plans, President Weah said the government was exerting efforts to change the lives of Liberians, by building concrete homes in place of the huts they have been living in over so many decades. Public Policy 

Journalist leaders write U.S Congress: Corruption & mysterious deaths in Weah’s CDC govt

    By Socrates Smythe Saywon, Sr.   Monrovia – The Congress for Democratic Change (DCD) government under the leadership of President, George Manneh Weah, is facing serious allegations of widespread corruption. The systematic corruption has claimed the attention of Liberians both at home and in the diaspora. Political pundits are also disenchanted with the CDC-led administration and are calling on Liberia’s international partners, most especially the United States government to investigate the Weah administration systematic corruption allegation. Owing to the wide-speared of corruption, three former leaders of the Press…

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Note: While the political superstructure may have changed its features since the second imperialist war, the economic base of the society has remained the same. Under Tubman, it was a Black Apartheid state in the service of imperialist capitalism. Under Doe, it was a military dictatorship in the service of imperialist capitalism. Under Taylor, it was Black Fascism in the service of capitalism. The Ellen’s era ushered in a liberal democracy; not a popular democracy but a democracy in the service of neo-liberal capitalism. In the current era under the soccer dolt, the fatherland is drifting away from liberal democracy and neo-colonial capitalism back to Black fascism in the service of private ownership of the properties of production, free market economy and free trade. Under these different conditions, the major aim of the state has been to create the condition for the wholesale exploitation of labor and resources by foreign capital.    Public Policy 


  An Anniversary Edition By Dagbayonoh Kiah Nyanfore II The presidential election of 1951 in Liberia was one of the interesting events in the country’s electoral politics. I was five years old during the election. I write about what I witnessed and what I later learned and understood through research. The race was between sitting President William V.S. Tubman and his challenger Didwho Welleh Twe pictured below with Tubman on the left. Tubman knew that Twe would easily win the election because of Twe’s native background. Twe was the first…

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Even in their desperation for a bit of good news as they have drowned in a cesspool of bad narratives created by themselves, must they manufacture such a BLACK LIE about Weah's and his disreputable presidency? A president that is doing well by his people doesn't need public relations, his people will invariably be his PROs. They will echo his good news wide and loud. Can you guys stop this Hilarious Nonsense for a moment! Public Policy 

 Liberia’s Wasteful Spending: A Whooping US$900,000.00 For President Weah’s County Tour?

By Socrates Smythe Saywon Monrovia – An investigation conducted by Smart News Liberia and the Liberian Listener reveal that President George Weah’s first leg of county tour received a budget of US$900,000.00 with an unspecified amount of Liberian dollars, with hardship and critically needed funds lacking for hospitals, schools, and key infrastructure in the country. The amount, the source said, was disbursed through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, where one of the President’s confidants, Samuel D. Tweah is the minister. The funds were made available without proper scrutiny…

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SUP Declares Abraham Darius Dillion Persona Non Grata: Demands his immediate apology!

For Immediate Release The Indomitable Vanguard Student Unification Party (SUP) Vehemently Condemns Senator Darius Dillon; Demands His Exigent Apology, and Concomitantly Frowns on the Game Theory of Victim of a Leftover in Richard Tolbert of the Old Grand True Whig Party Oligarchy! Sons and daughters of Liberia’s slum planet, i.e, West Point, Vai Town, Clara Town, Logan Town, Buzzi Quarter, Soneiwen, created by the 133 years of economic exclusion of the Old Grand True Whig Party Oligarchy; grandfathers and grandmothers condemned to illiteracy because of the wanton educational disequilibrium for…

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liberian bank notes Public Policy 

 Liberians Concerned As Weah Administration Prints Additional 48 Billion Dollars Banknotes 

  By Socrates S. Saywon   As the government of Liberia has gotten legislative authority to print additional banknotes, there are questions rising amongst political pundits including ordinary Liberians wanting to get a clear understanding from the Weah administration through the Central Bank of Liberia or CBL, as to what has happened to the first twenty billion Liberian dollar banknotes brought into the country between 2018 and 2020. In September 2018, it was reported in the media that containers filled with newly printed Liberian dollars from a Swedish banknote manufacturer…

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Korto Reeves /actionaid News 

Liberian Feminist Invited At Yale Fellowship

  By Andrew Jaye New Haven–A Liberian author, feminist, global figure, and the Co-Founder of the Liberian Feminist Forum, Ms. Korto Reeves Williams, has been invited as one of the fellows of the 2021 World Fellows at the prestigious Yale University. “A Brazilian diplomat, an Israeli journalist, and a British expert in the ethics of artificial intelligence are among the 16 women and men who have been selected as 2021 World Fellows.” Madame Reeves is the author of Inappropriate Medley: Stories of the Patriarchy, Pleasure, and Redemption, a stunning poetry…

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Student Unification Party Commemorates April 14th 1979 Fallen Heroes At Palm Grove Cemetery

Monrovia—On April 14, 2021, the Student Unification Party (SUP) memorialized the heroic lives of student leaders who were shot by the police forces of the True Whig Party-led–Tolbert government, in Monrovia, after parading through the principal streets in the seaside city before climaxing their activities at the Palm Grove Cemetery on Center Street, where eulogies and remembrance speeches were given by the campus-based, pan African student body.  Reports indicate President William Richard Tolbert issued the order to  “Shoot them below the extremities”, according to a New York Times and Ann…

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