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  1. Invasion De La Somalie Et Hegemonie Ethiopienne Sur La Corne:

    Posté 24 juil. 2006

    Etant donne que Meles Zenawi vient d'officialiser l'occupation de la Somalie par sa milice Tigreenne, il vient naturellement a l'esprit d'etudier les consequences de l'imperialisme Tigreenne sur notre petit pays.

    Tout d'abord, une rapide perspective historique:

    L'Ethiopie, environ 70 millions d'ames, est une mosaique de peuples avec des tribus nilo-saharique peuplant l'Ouest du pays, les Tigres et Amharas d'origine Semitique (respectivement environ 13 et 25% des Ethiopiens) occupant les hautes terres interieures et enfin les peuples d'ascendance Couchitique telles que les Oromos (environ 40%, majoritairement Musulaman), Sidamo et Afars se repartissant dans le Sud et l'Est.

    Tandis que les autres nationalites non-semites ont historiquement ete marginalises, les Amharas, habitues a dominer la scene politique, le furent a leur tour lorsque le TPLF (Tigre people Liberation Front) chassa le dictateur communiste Mengistu en 1991.

    Encore trop faible pour lutter sur plusieurs fronts, le TPLF inscrivit le droit a l'autodermination des diverses nationalites dans la nouvelle constitution, pavant ainsi la voie a la secession Erythreenne suite a un referendum en 1993.

    Tres vite, la tension monta lorsque le nouvel Etat Erythreen decida d'assumer une independance totale et frappa monnaie; il devint ainsi clair que l'Ethiopie etait condamne a rester une puissance certe demographique mais totalement enclave et dependant des Etats frontaliers pour son acces maritime.

    Saisisant le pretexte d'une frontiere mal defini aux alentours du petit village de Badme, les deux pays entrent en guerre ouverte en 1998; l'Ethiopie perd ainsi son acces au port d'Assab et devient totalement dependant sur le port de Djibouti (lequel acces suscita la fureur Erythreenne et une menace de guerre concomitante vis-a-vis de notre pays).

    L'Eryhtree, quant a elle, est un petit Etat de pres de 4 millions d'habitants egalement partage entre Christiannisme et Islam mais domine par une junte autoritaire Tigreene a l'instar de l'Ethiopie.

    L'EPLF (Eritrean people liberation Front) fut soutenu par Mogadiscio dans sa longue guerre avec les pouvoirs successifs de l'empereur Haile Selasse et du dictateur sanguinaire Mengistu, forts de l'aide militaire Americano-Israelienne puis Sovietique avec la declaration d'une republique communiste par le Dergue (comite politique militaire aynt dechu l'empereur).

    Occupant encore l'Ogaden sinistre et litteralement traite comme une terre sous-occupation (les autorites locales furent jetes en prison en 1993, le budget gele et les ONG decourages), l'oligarchie Tigreenne a decide d'intervenir maintenant ouvertement au profit d'un gouvernement fantoche et de son allie A. Yusuf.

    Pourtant, les tribunaux Islamiques ont des le depart annonce leur volonte de dialogue tous-azimuts, se concentrant sur la rehabilitation des infrastructures de la capitale apres avoir chasse les chefs de guerre longtemps consideres comme "invincibles".

    Ces memes chefs de guerre, apres s'etre "elus" aux plus hauts postes de l'"Etat", semblent desesperes maintenant au point de collaborer ouvertement avec l'occupant.

    Devons-nous assister a ce drame en temoins?
  2. Etat Islamique De Djibouti: Le Seul Systeme Fonctionel

    Posté 13 juil. 2006

    Clairement, Djibouti en trente ans d'independance est un Etat en faillite ou "failed State" sous perfusion, totalement dependante des rentes Americanos-Francaises et incapable de satisafaire nos besoins les plus fondamentaux.

    En effet, malgre trente annees d'assistance etrangere genereuse et de prets tous azimuts que nous devrons rembourser avec les interets, nos systemes de soins et notre systeme educatif sont en faillite sans meme parler de l'assainissement (Arhiba et Eingeila, en plein centre-ville, sont une honte nationale).

    Plus fondamentalement, tout est copie sur les ex-colons, de nos lois a nos programmes scolaires comme si il y'avait une concordance quelconque sans meme parler de la degradation des moeurs a vitesse grand V.

    Ainsi, la faillite est, en toute logique, appelee a se perenniser a travers les generations.

    Pourtant, certains ayant subi le lavage de cerveau sans esprit critique, caracterisent notre religion comme depassee et inadapte a la vie politique comme si l'Islam separait foi et affaires sociales ou politiques...





    PS: il ne s'agit pas d'appeler a la revolution avant l'heure, sans eduquer le peuple sur notre religion, mais de reveler l'incoherence supreme qui consiste a se plaindre de corruption institutionalise et de nepotisme sans borne alors que nous avons un formidable outil pour la fraternite et l'ethique supreme du sommet a la base, le seul reellement adapte a notre contexte tribal .
  3. Cosmetiques Et Autres Produits Chimiques De Consommation Courante

    Posté 8 avril 2006

    Be warned: your daily beauty regime could be taking years off your life. Pat Thomas reports on the chemical timebomb in your cosmetics cabinet


    Source: the independent
    Published: 24 October 2005

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    ..."CALVIN KLEIN'S ETERNITY
    What they claim: What the world needs now is love.
    But watch out: Perfumes are made from the same neurotoxic solvents found in glues and adhesives and volatile chemicals common in garages and factories, albeit in much smaller concentrations. Eternity contains a staggering 41 ingredients, about 80 per cent of which have never been tested for safety in humans. The rest are known neurotoxins, allergens, irritants and/or hormone disrupters. Still think perfume is sexy?"


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    Earlier this year, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) did something amazing. It issued an unprecedented warning to the cosmetics industry that it was time to inform consumers that most personal care products have not been safety tested.

    Where the US goes, the UK inevitably follows. If the FDA starts the ball rolling by flexing its muscles, it is possible that in the not too distant future 99 per cent of personal care products could be required to carry a caution on the label: "Warning: The safety of this product has not been determined."

    What concerns scientists at the FDA and at environmental health organisations throughout the world is the "cocktail effect" - the daily mixing of many different types of toxins in and on the body - and how this might damage health over the longer term.

    On average, we each use nine personal care products a day containing 126 different ingredients. Such "safety" testing as exists looks for reactions, such as skin redness, rashes or stinging, but does not investigate potential long-term problems for either humans or the environment. Yet the chemicals that go into products such as shampoos and hand creams are not trace contaminants. They are the basic ingredients.

    Absorbed into the body, they can be stored in fatty tissue or organs such as the liver, kidney, reproductive organs and brain. Cosmetics companies complain of unfounded hysteria, but scientists are finding industrial plasticisers such as phthalates in urine, preservatives known as parabens in breast-tumour tissue, and antibacterials such as Triclosan and fragrance chemicals like the hormone-disrupting musk xylene in human breast milk. Medical research is proving that fragrances can trigger asthma; that the detergents in shampoos can damage eye tissue; and that hair-dye chemicals can cause bladder cancer and lymphoma. An even greater number of substances in personal care products are suspected to present potential risks to human health from this known effect on animals.

    If these problems had been linked to pharmaceutical drugs, the products would have been taken off the market. At the very least, money would have been spent on safety studies. But because the cosmetics industry is largely self-governing, and because we all want to believe in the often hollow promises of better skin and whiter teeth, products containing potentially harmful substances remain in use and on sale. Think it can't be that bad? Consider what goes into some of the UK's most popular toiletries.

    OLAY REGENERIST

    What they claim: Instantly improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

    But watch out: To work, the product needs to be well absorbed, so Regenerist contains penetration enhancers like disodium EDTA. But these also drive toxins deeper into the skin. Watch out for hormone disrupters such as ethylparaben, methylparaben and propylparaben and potential carcinogens such as polyacrylamide, triethanolamine (which can form cancer-causing nitrosamines), and the artificial colours CI 16035, CI 19140 and PTFE (Teflon). Regenerist contains the sunscreens butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane (B-MDM) and ethylhexyl salicylate; not enough for an SPF rating, but potentially enough to irritate skin.

    CLAIROL HERBAL ESSENCES SHAMPOO DRY/DAMAGED HAIR

    What they claim: A totally organic experience.

    But watch out: It looks and smells appealing because it is coloured using four potentially cancer-causing dyes (CI 17200, CI 15510, CI 42053, CI 60730) and perfumed with synthetic fragrances that are known neurotoxins and skin irritants. Among its detergents, sodium lauryl sulphate can irritate skin and permanently damage eye tissue, and sodium laureth sulphate and cocamide MEA can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, a hormone disrupter associated with breast cancer. Cocamidopropyl betaine, another detergent, is a penetration enhancer, as is the solvent propyelel glycol and the preservative tetrasodium EDTA; all allow other chemicals to pene- trate more deeply into skin and bloodstream.

    JOHNSON'S BABY SOFTWASH

    What they claim: Best for baby, best for you.

    But watch out: Children's skin is thinner and more absorbent than adults', so is a less effective barrier to chemical toxins. The rates of eczema and allergies among children are on the rise and the early introduction of toiletries on to sensitive skin may be a factor. When soap does the job, why expose your child to skin and eye irritants such as sorbitan laurate, cocamidopropyl betaine and acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, or PEG-150 distearate, PEG-80, PEG-14M and sodium laureth sulphate that can be contaminated with the carcinogens 1,4 dioxane and ethylene oxide, or hormone disrupters such as parabens? In addition, there's nothing here that naturally moisturises the skin - only synthetic polymers (plastic-like substances) like polyquaternium-7 and polypropylene terephthalate that coat it, merely giving the impression of smoothness.

    CALVIN KLEIN'S ETERNITY

    What they claim: What the world needs now is love.

    But watch out: Perfumes are made from the same neurotoxic solvents found in glues and adhesives and volatile chemicals common in garages and factories, albeit in much smaller concentrations. Eternity contains a staggering 41 ingredients, about 80 per cent of which have never been tested for safety in humans. The rest are known neurotoxins, allergens, irritants and/or hormone disrupters. Still think perfume is sexy?

    LYNX DRY

    What they claim: Spray more, get more.

    But watch out: Lynx Dry contains three types of neurotoxins: solvents such as PPG-14 butyl ether; the propellants butane, isobutane and propane; and synthetic fragrance chemicals. It contains a preservative BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene), which has been linked with cancer, and PEG-8 distearate, which can be contaminated with the hormone-disrupting carcinogens ethylene oxide and 1,4-dioxane as well as polycyclic aromatic compounds such as benzene and benz(a)pyrene. Aluminium zirconium tetrachlorohydrex GLY and aluminium chlorohydrate work by clogging pores, but long exposure to aluminium-containing deodorants raises the risk of diseases such as Alzheimer's.

    COLGATE TOTAL

    What they claim: 12-hour fresh breath and antibacterial protection.

    But watch out: Conventional toothpastes often contain irritating detergents like sodium lauryl sulphate, which can cause sore gums and mouth ulcers, and abrasives like hydrated silica, which can erode tooth enamel. Total contains a glue-like substance, PVM/MA copolymer, that sticks the active ingredients to teeth. Saccharin, a known carcinogen in animals, is also found. The colouring CI 42090 (banned in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Norway, Switzerland and Sweden) causes cancer in animals. Total contains Triclosan, an antibacterial agent that can in certain circumstances combine with chlorine in tap water to produce chloroform gas, which is easily absorbed into the skin or inhaled and can cause depression, liver problems and cancer.

    GILLETTE MACH 3 SHAVING GEL

    What they claim: The best a man can get.

    But watch out: Helped by a global advertising campaign featuring David Beckham, Gillette shaving products have carved their way into the male psyche. If he thought about the ingredients, would the "epitome of the well groomed man" be so keen to promote the product? Mach 3 gel contains skin irritants such as triethanolamine, palmitic acid glyceryl oleate, three potential carcinogens (polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon), BHT, CI 42090) and three central nervous system toxins or pollutants (isopentane, parfum and isobutane).

    CLAIROL NICE 'N EASY

    What they claim: Natural-looking colour with complete grey coverage.

    But watch out: All hair dye sold in the EU containing phenylenediamines, resorcinol and/or 1-naphthol must carry a warning: "Can cause an allergic reaction. Do not use to colour eyelashes or eyebrows." Other hair dye ingredients - including coal tar dyes, 4-chloro-m-phenylenediamine, 2,4-toluenediamine, 2-nitro-p-phenylenediamine and 4-amino-2-nitrophenol - have proven carcinogenic in at least one animal species. In humans, intensive longer-term use of permanent hair dye is associated with breast, ovarian and bladder cancer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, multiple meyeloma and rheumatoid arthritis.

    RADOX BUBBLE BATH

    What they claim: Soothes emotions, cleanses the body.

    But watch out: Soaking in hot water increases skin permeability and helps vaporise chemicals in products, making them more easily inhaled. Radox Relax contains potential skin irritants (sodium laureth sulphate, cocamidopropyl betaine) potential carcinogens such as the preservative combo methylchloro-isothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone and synthetic dyes, and hormone-disrupting ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate. It contains perfume ingredients that are capable of irritating (coumarin, benzyl salicylate, limonene) and disrupting the central nervous system (butylphenyl methylpropional, alpha-isomethyl ionone, linalool).

    NIVEA BODY

    What they claim: Feel the essential care.

    But watch out: Along with semi-synthetic fatty acids and waxes, Nivea Body contains denatured alcohol and glycerine, which can dry skin with repeated use. It also contains several estrogenic preservatives (methylparaben, butylparaben, ethylparaben, isobutylparaben, propylparaben), contact allergens (phenoxy-ethanol, linalool, citronellol, hydroxyisohexyl 3-cyclohexene carcoxaldehyde) and a potential carcinogen (limonene). Film-formers like dimethicone keep undesirable ingredients next to the skin longer. About one-third of the listed ingredients are fragrances that are known irritants and sensitisers of human skin; chemicals that, with repeated exposure, can trigger allergic reactions.

    CLEARASIL 3-IN-1 DEEP CLEANING WASH

    What they claim: Clinically proven to help fight spots.

    But watch out: A mix of strong detergents and surfactants (sodium lauryl sulfate, cetyl betaine, distearyl-dimonium chloride and steareth-21), chemical exfoliants (salicylic acid) and solvents (glycerin, alcohol, menthol) that are capable of removing the skin's natural oils, and synthetic skin conditioners for repairing some of the damage inflicted by the other ingredients. It contains two potential carcinogens (BHT and disodium EDTA) and fragrance ingredients among the most commonly reported contact allergens in the EU (behenyl alcohol, limonene benzyl salicylate, linalool and hexyl cinnamal). These so consistently lead to skin problems that they must now be listed separately on labels within the EU.

    LISTERINE TEETH AND GUM DEFENCE

    What they claim: Kills the germs that cause plaque and bad breath.

    But watch out: This mouthwash is 21.6 per cent alcohol. Alcohol dries and changes the pH of the mouth and throat and long-term use of alcohol-containing mouthwashes increases the risk of mouth and throat cancers. Listerine also contains a mild detergent, poloxamer 407, that is soluble in liquids at low temperatures but turns to a gel at higher temperatures (ie, body temperature). That makes it a film-former, "glueing" other ingredients on to the surfaces of the mouth for longer. Fluoride in quantity is poisonous if swallowed, and the sweetener saccharin causes bladder cancer in animals. Finally, synthetic colours, aromas and flavours are made from volatile solvents that can alter the basic flora of the mouth and may cause dermatitis.

    Pat Thomas is health editor of The Ecologist. Her series 'Behind the Label' appears in the magazine every month (www.theecologist.org)
  4. Interview De L'ex President Somalien Syad Barre

    Posté 6 avril 2006

    Interview with Ex Somali President Mohamed Siyaad Barre by Stefano Malatesta in Mogadishu 19 April 1988
    Posted to the Web Apr 03, 04:38


    Ali [Khalif] is a scoundrel and a rascal
    Italian Paper Interviews Somali President
    Rome: LA REPUBBLICA in Italian 19 April/88 p 10



    [Interview with Somali President Mohamed Siyaad Barre by Stefano Malatesta in Mogadishu]



    [Excerpts] Mogadishu - Entering Villa Somalia, Somali President Mohamed Siyaad Barre's residence, even when you are expected, is always somewhat unpredictable. You therefore have to be very cautious. The handpicked members of the presidential guard, trained by German antiterrorist experts, have orders to shoot at the slightest suspicious movement. A short time ago a minister was welcomed with a hail of machine gun fire because his car had driven too casually through the main entrance gate. Our car therefore drove at walking pace, and stopped outside the entrance, waiting for a tough but indolent junior guard to deign to inspect us.



    The president was wearing dark glasses, and seemed rather tense. We therefore adopted a cautious approach and tried to give the interview the high tone of interna­tional politics, before turning to the controversy over aid. The first questions were about the very recent agreement between Somalia and Ethiopia. It is a very important agreement for the Horn of Africa, underesti­mated by the European newspapers, which makes provi­sion for Somali and Ethiopian troops to withdraw to a line 15 km from the border, an end to all hostile propaganda and activity, the resumption of diplomatic relations, and an exchange of prisoners. Siyaad Barre recounted the lengthy preparations for the agreement and the difficulty of the initial contacts. He then told us about the sudden speeding up of the process a few weeks ago and the conclusion of the agreement.



    According to diplomatic observers, the reasons why the process was speeded up are the victories won by Eritrean guerrillas, which are causing chaos in the Mengistu regime (there is talk of between 18,000 and 20,000 Ethiopian soldiers going over to the guerrillas, and of mass executions of high-ranking officers ordered by an increasingly enraged Mengistu). On the Somali side, the reasons are the hope of improving the situation in the north of the country - the Hargeisa area - which is in a state of constant revolt, and ending the Ethiopian aid to the guerrillas and the Isaq rebels.



    Siyaad Barre said that the Ethiopians are skilled and tough negotiators. He also mentioned Mengistu's abilities, unlike his usual habit of speaking ill of him and even insulting him.



    [Malatesta] But is this agreement not certain to damage the Eritrean guerrillas? Mengistu is now free to launch his troops from Ogaden toward Asmera.



    [Barre] It will not be the agreement which damages the Eritrean guerrillas. The Ethiopians have many regiments and large numbers of troops. They have planes, tanks, weapons of all kinds; and hundreds of thousands of soldiers, and the ability to repel any attack by Eritrean guerrillas if they so wish.



    [Malatesta] However, the Soviets seem more tepid in their support for the Mengistu regime.



    [Barre] I have had talks with the Russian deputy foreign minister in the past few days. He told me that we cannot make progress like this, and that there must be peace in the Horn of Africa. It struck me as a fairly significant statement. I do not know how much hope the Eritrean guerrillas have, although they have made major gains.



    [Malatesta] What about the situation of endemic civil war in northern Somalia? How do you intend to solve this problem?



    [Barre] The situation will be resolved when other coun­tries stop stirring up trouble. As you know, the British are fomenting trouble. They do not accept the fact that Italy has special ties with Somalia. [Barre ends]



    He continued to talk for a while about political prob­lems, about the north, and so forth. The president then removed his spectacles, stared at me and said: "We in Somalia do not allow people to speak ill of Italy and the Italians. Anybody who does so knows that he will come to a bad end. We are great friends of Italy. So, how can you allow people in Italy to talk ill of Somalia? How can you allow them to make slanderous accusations against its president?"



    We had finally come to the point. We tried to point out that in Italy there is a distinction between the govern­ment and the free press.



    [Malatesta] The accusations of corruption made against you, sir, did not come from the government, but from the newspapers. And the newspapers were reporting the evidence given by Ali Khalif Galaid, a former Somali minister, during a trial. The minister referred to a rumor about a bribe of 7 million dollars pocketed by the president's office for a deal on a fertilizer factory.... [Malatesta ends]



    The president grew angry: “Ali is a scoundrel and a rascal. He deserves a thrashing. But at the time, Ali was industry minister and signed the deal. Then, after he lost his position, he fled with the help of the English, and is now moralizing, as you say.”



    [Malatesta] Sir, the urea factory is still standing unused, and possibly abandoned.... This is Italian aid which has been misused.



    [Barre] The factory was constructed with Somali money and the Italian aid arrived later. Nobody was to blame. It was to be run with Iraqi oil which has not arrived because of the war. There have been other problems with the electricity power station. Ours is a very poor country, we lack resources, and many things function badly.



    [Malatesta] The rumors about corruption with regard to Italian aid in Somalia are fairly widespread: It is not just Ali Khalif Galaid who mentions them.



    [Barre] They are rumors put about by scoundrels, and are spread in Italy, not here in Somalia.



    [Malatesta] I can understand that. Your immediate entourage, sir, does not have a good reputation in Italy.



    [Barre] Listen, we are very pleased with Italian cooper­ation. We are 99 percent satisfied. But these things you are talking about, bribes as you call them, and bundles of bank notes, have nothing to do with us. Nobody here takes bribes. We have always told the Italians: Thank you, thank you very much for your gifts. But we do not want to know about your problems and your quarrels, or about bribes. They are your problems, they are party quarrels. We want the keys in our hands, we say thank you, and that is enough.



    [Malatesta] Recently, some Somali officers, who were on courses in Italy, appeared on Italian television: They did not speak well of you.



    [Barre] They are just kids; they have been taken in by scoundrels and rascals. The responsibility rests with the military attaché in Rome who failed to keep control over them. Yes, the blame certainly rests with the military attaché.



    [Malatesta] There are many Somalis living in exile in the United States who also attack your regime.



    [Barre] They too are scoundrels. I do not say that because they are making criticisms but because they are damag­ing Somalia. There are also Ethiopian exiles in the United States who criticize the Mengistu regime. How­ever, at the same time they say: Give food to the Ethiopians who are starving. However, the Somalis are saying: Stop aid to Somalia, because Siyaad Barre is a bad man. Do you understand the difference?



    [Malatesta] Sir, the American Academy of Science Human Rights Committee published a report recently on the state of civil rights in Somalia: It talks of hundreds of people being illegally arrested and detained, and even of torture.



    [Barre] Listen, last week some former ministers and prominent people were put on trial for plotting again the state. The trial was conducted properly. Two of them were sentenced to death. Then, in the end, they were a pardoned and they are now at home drinking tea. Do you call that a repressive regime?



    [Malatesta] The report, based on eye-witness accounts gives an entirely different picture. The pardoned men cannot leave their homes, not even Mohamed Aden Sheikh, who was acquitted.



    [Barre] Yes, it is better for them to stay at home, because they are intelligent and could do harm. The more intelligent a man is, the more harm he can do, if he so wishes. These are all people I made, like the others who fled. I dragged them up out of the dirt, and now they are attacking me. They are scoundrels; that is what they are.





    PS: Mengistu was facing indeed continuous defeats caused by the Eritreans rebels.
    Thus by signing peace agreement, both dictators were free to move troops away from the borders to crush local resistancy (mainly SNM at that time in the case of Syad Barre, having succeded in defaeting the SSDF)...
  5. Consumerisme Et "developpement": Contradiction Fondamentale

    Posté 3 mars 2006

    Le consumerisme etant la consommation debridee elevee quasiment au rang de culte, dans quelle mesure celle-ci contredit-elle notre objectif de "developpement"?

    Prenons les cas extremes de notre "elite en 4*4": Rouler en tout-terrain en plein centre ville (avec toute la pollution et les risques en matiere de securite routiere locale) semble etre devenu la derniere tendance en matiere d'ostentation!
    Comment ces memes personnes peuvent-elles pretendre aspirer au developpement de notre pays lorsqu'elles n'hesitent pas a offrir plusieurs millions de nos rares devises a Toyota & consorts?

    Plus communement, consommer tout azimut, vouloir "suivre la mode", depenser une part significatif de son budget en ostantation (marques, articles de luxe etc) sans meme parler du khat.
    Tout cela ne revient-il pas a se tirer une balle sur la jambe tout en voulant avancer?

    Il n'est un secret pour personne que la mentalite puritaine protestante (peu de luxe, epargne importante et esprit d'initiative) a largement contribue a la prosperite Americaine par exemple.
    On peut citer egalement le cas de la communite Juive a travers l'Europe du moyen-age.
    Certes, il faut reconnaitre que ces communautes ne subissaient pas l'assaut permanent des experts du marketing ou la puissante influence des medias actuels.
    Neanmoins, le libre-arbitre ne definit-il pas notre humanite dans un certain sens?

    Quand est-ce que notre gouvernement consentira t-il a etablir des regles protectionnistes au meme titre que tous les autres Etats au debut de leur expansion economique (et meme bien au dela)?

    Pourquoi nous est-il si difficile, meme en faisant abstraction de notre manque total de patriotisme et de bon sens economique au sommet, d'entrependre et de montrer un esprit d'iniative a Djibouti?

    Produire ne serait-ce que des tissus tout en fournissant du travail a une population largement desoeuvre sur le modele de l'Ile maurice, la Tunisie ou les pays Asiatiques est-il definitevement de l'ordre du scenario de science fiction dans notre pays?

    Quitte a importer les tissus imprimes et teints, les coudre localement n'est peut-etre pas au dela de nos capacites au moins.
    Mais le regime consentira t-il a proteger une hypothetique industrie de l'habillement, parmi d'autres, par des droix de douanes prohibitifs et toute autre mesure necessaire?

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