A question that we all must answer rapidly; this is not a question about just the removal of the Weah and his gangs. It is the question of sincerity, not one with parochial interests. If you follow suit with the agenda and remove the CDC, you may get the power you desire, but progressive ideologues and their men and women will retreat to the barracks and possibly begin the last stage of ending bad leadership, in Liberia, by fighting to redeem the country. Our people have suffered far too long for progressives to stand aside, we stand ready to present ourselves as instruments for this national transformation. Op-ed 

Crossing Redlines: A response to Montserrado County Senator Abe Darius Dillon!

By Darlington S. Collins While browsing social media during the early hours, I read in a couple of Facebook feds and I saw some brothers responding to what I came to discover as analysis and response to Montserrado County Senator Abraham Dillon, particularly concerning the events leading to up to April 14, 1979, and SPECIFICALLY the progressive struggle. In dealing with public officials or ordinary citizens in general, I tried not to inherit battles but unfortunately, the Monterrado County Senator, leaves me no choice, as his analysis on the historical…

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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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Setting historical records straight for Senator Abraham D. Dillon of Montserrado Co.

By Johnson Geply Past and present events constitute history. History is often recorded by the pen or the mind, never by a single individual but by many people, some of whom may live through it or witness such events that end up as written history or as oral history. As such, history does not lie due to the fact that it is narrated by many people. Yes, history does not lie but people do falsify it. People may choose to lie about historical facts either because they do not have…

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Abraham Darius Dillion’s epitome of HYPOCRISY: Our People Were Not ‘Ignorant’ On April 14, 1979

By Alfred Kiadii & Moses Yamiah The population of urban Liberia in 1979 was more Educated than it is today. Men and women in the hamlets of poverty like the West Point, New Kru Town, and Clara Town were the bedrock of the progressive movement. Ask your mothers and fathers. If they are truthful, you will understand the story. How dare you insult the people once again. If the progressives were not set to win any election why were the two most populous parties [United Peoples Party and Liberian People…

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Disclosing to the public the disbursement of funds at the Liberian Senate, declaring his assets, subject himself to double pay cut, influencing fellow Senators in debates and votes on critical national issues at the Liberian Senate such as the rejection of NEC Chairman nominee Nwabudike, interventions in distressing conditions of poor people are only a few examples of his leadership, faithfulness, and vision. I urge all well-meaning Liberians as well as CDCians to reject the negative propaganda scheme launched against Senator Dillon by the corrupt Weah CDC government and their surrogates. Op-ed 

Endorsing Sen. Abe Dillon’s Action as a Member of the CDC

By James Nan Larsah, Jr. I am a longstanding member of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), one of means, standing, and record, and I have a clear understanding of the propaganda scheme orchestrated against Senator Abe Darius Dillon by mainly elements of the corrupt ruling establishment in Liberia over the Senator’s exposure of funds disbursement at the Liberian Senate. While I remain a member of the CDC, I refuse, reject, and vehemently denounce any notion of a CDCian as one whose loyalty to the party and party leaders is…

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For a little over a month since being elected and installed Senator of Montserrado County, critics of Dillon have chastised him for failing to live up to a campaign promise he made to make his salary and benefits public. Until Tuesday, September 24, Sen. Dillon had always claimed of not being informed about his entitlements as Senator. News 

Sen. Dillon Exposes US$15K Ridiculous Monthly Pay for Liberian Senators

    Monrovia – The salary and or incentives of lawmakers have always been one of the untouchables of the Legislature. Lawmakers have kept to their chests the information about how much they earn monthly from taxpayers’ monies. It was a campaign promise by candidate Abraham Darius Dillon to make public his salary and incentives as a senator if elected by electorates of Montserrado County something all the lawmakers have considered sacred and personal. For a little over a month since being elected and installed Senator of Montserrado County, critics of Dillon…

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