Open Letter To President-Elect Biden


The Road To Healing & Uniting the United Divided States of America Begins in Poverty-stricken Liberia and Passes Through Impoverished Indian Reservations Across America

Dear Mr. President-Elect & Vice President-Elect:

Warm greetings and congratulations to you, President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris for a resounding victory in the 2020 presidential elections. With the campaign behind us, we wholeheartedly endorse your declaration to the American People and the world at large; “It’s time to unite and heal America.” As an organization committed to fighting for racially oppressed Americans and refugees for decades, The Universal Human Rights International (UHRI) shares your conviction of prioritizing fighting Covid-19, healing and uniting the United States of America. Considering the chronic and uncompromising ideological division in Congress and the growing racial division in this racially diverse country, the greatest obstacle on the road to healing and uniting America remains the unmitigated seed of officially sanctioned racism that germinated in Congress and is still bearing the bitter fruits of death and destruction among generations of non-white Americans banished by official racism.The first step on the road to “uniting the United States…” is to uproot the tree of officially sanctioned racism. Please immediately appoint a commission of inquiry into America’s ongoing crimes against humanity of unmitigated officially sanctioned racial division that was codified in Congress on March 26, 1790, which led to the eventual extermination, illegal removal, colonization and banishment of African Americans to the American Colony of Liberia, two deadly centuries of atrocities against indigenous African tribes in Liberia, as well as ongoing crimes against African Americans and Native Americans across the United States.

Why is a commission of inquiry the necessary first step in dealing with Covid-19, healing and uniting the United States?  There are three reasons:

  • Firstly, most Americans are unaware that their racially diverse country, the United States of America is deeply divided along racial lines in 2020 as it was in 1920, 1820, 1720 and 1620. Americans are also clueless that their racially divided “United “ States is slowly inching not only towards self-destruction but also potentially taking down the whole world with it. There is good news! America’s catastrophic fall is avoidable . “United we stand. Divided we fall.” So let’s unite, beginning with mitigating racism.
  • Secondly, and consistent with the holy scriptures; “Righteousness exalts a nation!” Therefore if America is to be united, the truth about America’s transgressions must be exposed. There needs to be public confession, repentance, restitution and reconciliation with aggrieved Americans and descendants of banished Americans.
  • Thirdly, healing and uniting must begin at the point where Americans were officially torn apart because of the complexion of their skins. In other words, there must be mitigation of officially sanctioned racism of March 26, 1790, when Congress limited citizenship only to “white persons” and laid the foundations for extermination, colonization and banishment of non-white Americans. Mitigation must begin within aggrieved communities directly impacted by American Aparthied: Liberia, Indian Reservations and African American Communities across America.

Mr. President-Elect, America’s deep division along racial lines was deliberate. It’s not that Americans don’t care about their racially diverse neighbors and fellow citizens; Americans simply don’t know the truth about ongoing American transgressions. Sir, you promised to be the president for all Americans, including those who voted against you. However, some of your political opponents are members of the Ku-Klux-Klan, Trump-supporting Evangelical Christians, white supremacist groups, neo-Nazis, and white nationalists who still strongly believe in the 1790 law that initiated racial partitioning of America.

 These people are human beings too, with whom we at UHRI disagree but still consider them equal as human beings and Americans, nevertheless! And it’s not that these white supremacists just don’t care about their fellow human beings, most of them don’t know the history and contributions of non-white Americans who were illegally removed, exterminated, banished and colonized in order to make room for white European immigrants. These political opponents are acting based on information available to them. Officially sanctioned racism was not an accident but a calculated and carefully crafted design by white supremacists to cover up the truth about racial atrocities. By design, the true story of how millions of innocent non-white American lives and contributions were wiped out from the face of the Earth and from American History books must be told in this battle for the soul, hearts and minds of America.

Without this narrative, ignorant white European Immigrants and their descendants in America, who work hard to succeed grow angry that their wealth is being stolen to pay for healthcare for ‘lazy African Americans and Native Americans’. Decades of cruel treatment of Liberian refugees, whose ancestors built America before they were deported to Africa seem justified, as Liberians are considered foreigners who don’t belong in this country. The commission of inquiry will gather data but data alone will not win the hearts and minds of generations of white European Americans who have been fed with conspiracy theories since time in memorial.

Mr. President-Elect, although you are white, you always empathize with Africans during the shameful periods of systemic racial oppression and disenfranchisement of African Americans during the civil rights era and worldwide. Long before the horrific death of George Floyd that aroused worldwide horror and protests, your support for oppressed Black South Africans in Congress was loud, unequivocal and clear; “…our favorites in South Africa are the people that are being repressed by the ugly white regime” And so it was not a surprise when African American Congressman Clyburn led African Americans and the United States of America in handing to you and Vice President-Elect Harris the widest margins of victory in American history! Now as President, you know the path to healing and uniting the United States of America must begin with Americans torn from their native land by racism, banished, forgotten and colonized in Liberia, as well as  African Americans and Native Americans struggling in Indian Reservations across America!

While generations of new immigrants enjoy limitless opportunities in America, descendants of banished Americans languish conveniently ‘out of sight and out of mind’ in  misery and in the poverty-stricken American colony of Liberia, West Africa, in African American communities, and in Indian Reservations across America.

Not only Trum supporters, most liberal Americans, including your supporters are ignorant of the deadly cancer of American Apartheid, a crime against humanity that was born on March 26, 1790, when the U.S.

Furthermore, few Americans know that on March 3, 1819, Congress passed a law that appropriated $100,000 of taxpayers money, authorized the use of the US Navy to provide “logistics for the establishment of an African colony-Liberia” for the removal and colonization of non-white Americans – aka “free men of color.” And in May 1830, Congress passed another law-The Indian Removal Act, to banish Native Americans, the other non “white” group of Americans, to accommodate European Immigrants. 

Generations of new Americans know nothing about the unmitigated American law that initiated racial division and its deadly impact on descendants of non-white Americans today. The Speaker of the House at Congress, Henry Clay gave the desired purpose of racial division; “… to get rid of a useless and pernicious, if not dangerous, portion of our population.” In the words of high ranking U.S. government officials who were all white slaveholders and founding fathers of Liberia “...the colonization of the free people of color, will render the slave who remains in America more obedient, more faithful, more honest, and, consequently, more useful to his master, is it proper to regard this happy consequence to both, as the sole object which the Society (ACS) hope to attain… Attorney General William Wirt, in the Opinion of the Attorney General #229, dated October 16, 1819, found that using taxpayers money to colonize non-white Americans was illegal.

Most current members of Congress don’t even know that according to the Liberian Constitution of 1824, people born in Liberia were entitled to all privileges of American citizens. Not only did 80% of the first wave of African American racial refugees removed from America and colonized in Africa perish due to malaria and thousands of Native Americans subjected to the Indian Removal Act exterminated right here in America.

Mr. President-Elect, American Aparthied isn’t just a forgotten history, it’s still killing descendants of non-white Americans right now, albeit, conveniently under the radar of white American consciousness and the American media. For example, in the past two decades, including the two terms of the Obama-Biden Administration, UHRI has been focused on advocacy, albeit in vain, for young American citizens of color and their Liberian Mothers airlifted from Monrovia, Liberia by US Marines during “Operation Shining Express” ordered by Republican President George W. Bush in June 2003. For no justifiable reasons, these vulnerable young Americans and their Liberian mothers were denied access to humanitarian assistance and permits to work. The U.S media didn’t take notice. Moreover, today, November 13, 2020 many are still unemployed, without access to humanitarian assistance and without work permits, the Liberian Refugee Fairness Act, notwithstanding!

Mr. President-elect and Madame Vice President-elect, in order to begin bridging America’s racial divide, we invite you for a virtual road trip across Liberia, where the descendants of American Settlers (1st wave of American refugees) and indigenous African tribes are still being oppressed and crushed under the weight of American racism and American Colonization.

In addition to the true story of the racial atrocities against Americans to be generated by the commission of inquiry, human interest stories of how racial atrocities of the past are still ravaging the lives of descendants of Americans illegally banished will, doubtless, get the attention of people who will never listen to you Mr. President-Elect. For example, the story of Elvia “Rose” Ramirez, a 17-year-old from an Indian Reservation in South Dakota, United States of America died two days after the 2020 elections because of under-resourced medical facilities where she lived may cause any Ku-Klux Klan father or white supremacist mother to pulse, think or even weep with compsssion. Any racist mother or father of young children who reads the story of Princess, a 13 year old Liberian Girl, whose genitals were savagely removed, murdered and mutilated in the Liberian Capital City of Monrovia because American Taxpayers unwittengly incentivize the excessive salaries and benefits of Liberian politicians.  With these examples and human interest stories, it becomes crystal clear, any attempt to unite and heal America must begin in the impoverished colony of Liberia, African American Communities and Native American communities across the United States.

Why start in Liberia? The tears, blood, and sweat of the ancestors of Liberia built America before they were illegally deported and colonized. Even so, up to 22 million citizens from 39 countries (Liberia excluded) are allowed yearly into the United States without visas under the American Visa Waivers Program. Liberians are not only massively denied visas, Liberia is the 4th worst visa denial country in the world. This means the US Embassy in Monrovia runs a ‘business’ of raking in millions of dollars yearly in “non-refundable” visa fees unfairly charged to poor Liberians aiming to visit their family members in the United States. In 1990, in violation of the “equal protection” clause, a U.S State department cable ordered consulate officers in Liberia to deny all Liberians and consider only foreigners leaving Liberia. In 2020, unemployed Liberian beneficiaries of the Liberian Refugee Fairness Act are charged filing fees of $1225.00 per applicant. In fact, Section 245(i) of the U.S Immigration and Nationality Act exempts refugees from paying filing fees for green cards. Millions of Somalis, Vietnamese and other refugees didn’t have to pay a dollar to get a green card.

The 102nd (1991-1992) Congress passed a law that allowed 52,968 Chinese nationals to get permanent residency status. The 105th Congress (1997-1998) passed legislation known as NACARA. Under this law, 150,000 Nicaraguans, 5,000 Cubans, 200,000 El Salvadorans, and 50,000 Guatemalans got permanent residency status. Four (4) US Presidents, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, James Madison & Andrew Jackson helped in the removal, banishment and colonization of Americans of color in Liberia. American taxpayers are still sponsoring the government of Liberia, despite endemic corruption and excessive salaries and benefits of officials, many of whom are American citizens.

Budgets, Salaries & BenefitsLiberia / $535.4 MUnited States of America $4.79 trillion
President$3,943,030.00 Budget$400,000.00  Salary Yearly
Vice President$2,431,003.00 Budget$230,700.00  Salary Yearly
Speaker Of the House$1,000,370.00 Budget$223,500.00  Salary Yearly
Pro Tempore$1,369,423.00 Budget$193,400.00  Salary Yearly
Senators$180,000.00$174,000.00  Salary Yearly

In the first twenty years of the colony of Liberia, the US Navy provided security under the United States Flag and was ruled by white men appointed by the Colonization Society. The Liberian Flag, a replica of the American Flag is red, white, and blue with one star. The currency is the US Dollar. Ten Presidents of Liberia were African Americans born and educated in the United States. According to Article 1 of the 1824 colonial constitution of Liberia, “All persons born within the limits of the territory held by the American Colonization Society in Liberia, in Africa, or removing there to reside, shall be free and entitled to all the privileges, as are enjoyed by the citizens of the United States.”

Mr. President Elect and Madame Vice President-Elect, we are grateful to you for your kind consideration of our recommendations for healing and uniting the United States of America. God bless you and God bless America! Congratulations!

Sincerely Yours,

Pastor Torli H. Krua
Universal Human Rights International (UHRI)


  1. There goes my dear Pastor Torli H. Krua!!!

    Dear clergyman, know that I have patiently gone through your open letter to the president-elect of the USA, Joe Biden. Frankly, it has been disheartening, a great disappointment and bewilderment to read such article from a clergyman. I think my perception and understanding of the Holy Bible and the teachings of God contrast sharply with you. I therefore invite you to sometimes listen to great men of God, like T.D Jakes to practical understand life as perceived by the Almighty, Creator of all things.

    On a trip from one of his safaris in South Africa, T.D. Jakes was asked to give his impression on the trip. He holistically tackled many impressive and disheartening sightseeing events. But there is something he said that I can NEVER forget.
    He said modern day Christians will fast and pray all year asking God to work miracles for them to get a table. But they (modern day Christians) forget or refuse to ask God to send down the rain so that the land can be fertile for the trees to grow in order to cut them down to get the wood to produce the table they so long to have.

    Having said the above, I would like you to revisit other historical events of countries we once looked down on.
    Liberia contributed food and money to the suffering people of South Korea. What is the political, economic and diplomatic positions of South Korea in the world today?
    Nagasaki and Hiroshima were bombed and devastated during World War Two. Visit the two cities and compare them with Monrovia, the capital city of an independent country since 1847.
    Look at other swampy and mountainous terrain-countries like Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and other Asian countries. These countries have been independent for less than a century, yet they are all classified among emerging economies.

    When are our clergymen going to make the biblical and pragmatic clarion calls to their flocks (the Liberian people)? Allow me to remind you of few Bible verses, Pastor:
    1. Romans 12:11-12: Never be lazy but work hard and serve the Lord enthusiastically. Rejoice in our confident hope. Be patient in trouble and keep on praying.
    2. Proverbs 14:23-24: All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty. The wealth of the wise is their crown, but the folly of fools yields folly; etc.

    And clergyman, always remind your flock of the 10 commandments, which I like to call God’s Constitution or the Golden Rules of Nature.

    These are the precepts Liberians have deviated from. The USA or Joe Bide will DO ABSOLUTELY NOTHING for Liberia if we, Liberians, don’t come to ourselves to do things like normal human beings.
    You (clergywomen and men of Liberia) have always prophesied glory over Liberia inciting your flocks to vote Nebuchadnezzars (tyrants, thieves, ritualists, etc.) in Liberia, provided they provide you with cash and plane tickets to travel to and from the USA, God is not happy with you in Liberia.

    For once, be bold to stand up, call the person out and tell her/him, my daughter or my son, God can work miracles even today provided you put yourselves in the position to receive the miracles. If you cannot handle a thousand dollars, God can never give you a million dollars, no matter how hard you pray. It won’t be in denial but because of the love He has for you.
    The Red Sea will only let go when by faith, you travel to it, face it and pray for it to give way like Moses. You will not sit in Egypt, pray for the Red Sea to give way before you get on your way out of Egypt. You must move by faith, reverend!

    God has blessed Liberia with immense natural resources. We (all human beings regardless of color) were all created equal. Let’s explore our rainforests, our marine resources, our seabeds, the minerals in our subsoils and the sky above. Let’s make several attempts and fail or die like the Wright Brothers to harness our own natural resources.
    We must stop crying like babies calling on other people to better our lives whereas we ourselves sit idly doing nothing or foolishly killing one another.

    America was not what it is today when the pioneers got there; they waded across harsh vegetations, climbed the mountain tops, went through and harnessed the rivers and oceans to make it what it is today.
    When the former slaves were brought to Sherbro Island and Mesurado in 1821 and 1822, they had the western education and technologies, financial and military capabilities to transform the continent into a superpower but they lacked vision. They instead decided to also enslave their own stock, and even refused to ambitiously explore beyond their limits to civilize other Africans on the continent. They wanted freedom, yet they continuously went back to enslavement, as you have cited above.

    Let me challenge you on something, if you were to move all Liberians in a beautifully built state in the USA and bring the inhabitants of that state to Liberia, the white guys will build Liberia better than the state they came from and Liberians will destroy the beautiful city they inherited.
    Most of us (Africans) are lazy and only like free things. And we tend to only move when coerced to improve our own lives; we like to be spanked before we can move.

    Let’s stop promoting blood thirsty heathens to govern us, God never blesses a bloody hand, like Cain in the Bible.
    Let’s stop encouraging thieves and murderers in our public sector, there will never be probity in their management of public affairs.
    Let’s stop voting functional illiterate leaderships to preside over the affairs of our state. When God chose Moses to lead his people out of Egypt, He made Aaron to accompany him do the diplomacy.

    Joe Biden and any America president can do nothing for Liberians in and out of Liberia, Liberians must position themselves to boldly take on their own development in and out of Liberia. We must be economically empowered, as western governments do for their citizens. It comes about by upholding excellence and rewarding merits.

    Greetings, Pastor!

  2. Thanks, Petarus Dolo for taking the time to read and also respond.  I am grateful to you for expressing your disagreement with me. I am not sure you understood my article. My article claims Liberia was made in the USA, by the USA, and for the USA and the system of governance in Liberia is corrupt by design-the purpose;   to enrich and empower politicians.  I have documentary evidence to prove what I wrote. Therefore I disagree with all your points but I don’t have time to deal with them all at this time. My first disagreement with you is when wrote: “Visit the two cities and compare them with Monrovia, the capital city of an independent country since 1847.”  

    Look, I disagree with you that Liberia is independent in 2020 and it got its independence in 1847. Liberia is a colony made in America and Liberia has never gained independence because the creator of Liberia has lied about its colonial role. America falsely claims it never colonized Liberia and Liberian politicians who are enriched by the colony agree Liberia was never colonized by any country. If Liberia was independent on July 26, 1847, when did the country get its name, “Liberia” and when was the capital called “Monrovia”?  Why were the majority of the indigenous people in Liberia denied citizenship rights?

    If Liberia was independent in 1847 and the indigenous people were not included in the country for over 100 years, was the 1847 “independence” legal so far as it excluded the majority? Why is an African country carrying the names of so many brutal American racists, white supremacists, and Slaver Masters and not a single abolitionist on the streets or cities?  Whose name is on the title? When a person buys a car, it comes with the title of the owner. Whose name is on the title of Liberia and has the title ever been changed?

    When the British colony of Gold Coast became independent on March 6, 1957, the independent people called their new country Ghana. The old colonial label and branding died with the colonial administration who packed and left the country.  In the tradition of slave masters, any human being purchased must bear the name of the owner or slave master. It’s called slave branding when hot metal is used to carve the name of the master on the slave so he doesn’t run away. When Rhodesia became independent, the new country became Zimbabwe and its capital city became Harare. The former names of the hardline imperialists, oppressors, and white supremacists Mr. Cecil Rhodes and Lord Salisbury were given to the country (Rhodesia) and capital  (Salisbury) respectively, with no regard to the people who were dehumanized by the British.

    Just so you know, Liberia was created as a colony of America and Liberia is still a colony of the United States. When you sow bitter ball seeds, 200 years ago, it will continue to bear bitter balls until you uproot that bitter tree and plant something else. America lied that it never colonized Liberia.  In fact, on March 3, 1819, Congress passed a law that authorized the US Military and also appropriated $100000 for the establishment of the colony.

     The Bible is clear about reaping and sowing; “People reap what they sow.”  Liberia is corrupt and the people are poor because that is exactly the seed that was sown. There’s hope! “You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free. Until Liberians realize they have always been living in a colony where the constitution was designed to empower and enrich politicians, many of whom are American citizens or American persons with green cards, while the vast majority are exploited, without access to equal opportunities, security and justice-people will be born, to live and die in poverty and misery.

    The good news is the keys to freedom are in the hands of ordinary Liberians who must stop voting for independent, opposition, and ruling politicians and vote for change-from a colony to an authentic African nation, with African values and names and demand that the colonial power pays damages for the illegal colonization that denied ever participating in. 

  3. Rev. Krua,
    In my humble opinion, I think your article and comment contain a lot of pluses and minuses. On the upside, you deserve to be credited because your ideas were fully expressed.

    According to you, “Liberia was made in the USA, by the USA and for the USA”.

    Response: It’s an undeniable fact that the decision to create Liberia was made in the US. Also, the decision to repatriate freed slaves was reluctantly made by the government, church groups and some American white abolitionists.

    Question: Was Liberia made for the USA?
    According to you, a resounding yes! With all due respect, I slightly disagree. The word “for” is misleading. If “for them” you mean Liberia was set up for the freed slaves, you’ve made a touchdown. But, if “for them” means for the people of America, you’re wrong. By 1847, the cross Atlantic Slave trade was not in full swing. But, during “their time of Independence” (not yours and mine), colonialism had taken root in Sub-saharan Africa. The Americans gave them a recognition….or an Independence. By giving them independence, the US government’s hands were untied. Liberia was no longer for them because of the independence.

    Said you, “the system of governance is corrupt by design. The purpose…to enrich and empower politicians.”
    Rev., on the line of corruption, I agree with you. But when Liberia was being set up, the idea of corruption didn’t play any role at all. The settlers or freed slaves were a set of confused and brainwashed people.

    First, the settlers’ forebears were transported from Africa, enslaved by the white people (who couldn’t do their own work), were unmercilessly beaten into submission.
    Strangely when the decision was made in order for the children of the enslave people to return to Liberia, hell broke lose. In fact, the confusion started in America before the freed slaves embarked for Christopolis or what is now Liberia. Example, the male slaves who worked in the homes of their masters were referred to as “uncle Tom’s niggers” and the females who worked at their masters’ homes…. sexed and raped by white men were referred to as “Aunt Jimamas” by the slaves who worked in the hot son. The black slaves who worked at homes (in most cases, light-skinned black folk) felt superior to the blacks who picked cotton and tilled the soil.

    That brainwashed mentality was taken with them to Africa and that’s one of the reasons why the natives were not considered as Liberians. Logically, you can argue that you’re not a Liberian. Why? Because your parents or great-great-great-great grand parents were never enslaved and freed. A Liberian in principle is a person who obtained freedom by being repatriated to Africa.

    Your article is interesting. I will be back.

  4. My dear Pastor Krua,

    Thank you for coming back with a reply.
    Again, I vehemently disagree with most of the points you have made above. I still find it unfortunate that as a man of God, who should motivate and instill confidence, hold those views about freedom, probity and autonomy.

    You wrote this:
    “My article claims Liberia was made in the USA, by the USA, and for the USA and the system of governance in Liberia is corrupt by design-the purpose; to enrich and empower politicians.”

    Reverend, you always preach that no condition is permanent. You preach with biblical references to your congregation that all human beings were created in the image and likeness of God. You remind them that as children of God, they have the power to speak life into anything and such thing shall birth life. You preach to them that by faith, they can move mountains; that nothing is impossible for the children of God, that they should not limit God the Creator of heaven and earth.

    If the above are your biblical convictions and precepts, then why should you continue to cry and look up to the USA for the livelihoods of Liberians? Didn’t the Bible say blessed is thou hands that giveth?

    The USA was a colony of Great Britain. For the love of liberty, the pioneers fought to claim autonomy of administration and governance. Today, the former slave master, Great Britain, looks up to the USA with respect.
    I agree that Liberia was conceived in the USA, but I disagree that Liberia is not independent. We enjoy relative freedom and independence in our governance, administration and finances than most African countries in the sub region.
    How did the ACS (creator of Liberia or Congress) lie about its colonial role in the country? Yes, the USA never colonized Liberia, unless you want to give me a new definition of colonization.

    Now to the names, why will you blame the USA for the names we voluntarily and proudly gave our country, cities and for which any common Liberian is proud to bear? We freely and voluntarily chose the name “Liberia” to mean the land of liberty. Our rulers and leaders were NEVER ever coerced or forced into naming our capital Monrovia, in honor of the 5th president of the USA, James Monroe. Our settlements were named by the settlers “in honor” or “in disgrace” to their slave masters.
    Liberians are naturally proud to hear or bear names like Johnson, Shannon, Washington, etc. but ashamed to use their traditional names like Yarkpawolo, Fromayan, Tokpa, Saye, Janjay, Weah, Wieh, etc. Can we blame the USA for this one too?

    It is of common knowledge that when the British and other colonial powers came to Africa, they renamed many of the places they conquered. And so, as an independent country, Zimbabwe, like Ghana, had the right to change its name from Rhodesia, along with most cities named after the colonial powers.
    Senegal, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire and many other African countries were never named after colonial masters and have never changed names. What impact does it have on the development and governance of those countries?

    In which way has the USA made our politicians corrupt? Does the US government talk our politicians into embezzling public funds to be transferred to offshore accounts? Do they encourage them to enslave their own stock for the western world?
    Can you blame the USA for the servitude inflicted on the indigenous people of Liberia? I wouldn’t, Reverend.

    Yes indeed, you will surely reap what you sow. Liberians are reaping what they have sown over many years; hypocritically pretending to be founded on Christian principles yet quick to take the lives of innocent people for human sacrifices (4 auditors and others), selling other human beings from the same stock as slaves to other countries, using the people they met on the land as sub humans while they who were once slaves becoming slave masters.
    These sins have biblical consequences. Liberia is paying for the many sins committed on the soil of Liberia. We should NEVER blame the USA for our plight.

    Reverend, we need you, people of God, to live up to the tasks at hand. You need to rise and stand in the gap for Liberia. Liberia’s problem is spiritual!
    Do you think a mother or father’s soul will rest in peace if s/he saw their children in the streets of Monrovia asserting “ you killed my ma you killed my pa I will vote for you?” I would beg God to stay around and torment as many people involved in my demise as possible.
    Where in the Bible have you ever read a country became prosperous under a tyrant, an oppressor, a ritualist or an ignoramus? We must learn to detect peace, harmony and prosperity within the voice of a political aspirant.

    Liberia is blessed by God. We must sincerely repent from our sins and ask for pardon. God will not be happy to see the same oppressors being voted into leadership. Politicians do not earn much in Liberia. The country is not producing and adding values, and so we all think our politicians are impoverishing the nation, No Reverend. The emoluments of $6,000 and $9,000 for a congressman and senator respectively is not big money for the job they should do for the country. What we, the people, need to do is to vote for the right people.

    To this juncture, allow me to admonish all Liberians to vote right tomorrow. Do not vote based on political parties, ethnic affiliation or on friendly basis. Vote for someone who can make the government to add values to the economy of Liberia.
    I can make myself to earn $50,000 per month in Liberia if the right policies were voted to protect Liberian businesses. I could therefore pay someone $15,000 per month if the right political atmosphere prevailed.

    Vote right tomorrow. My heart goes out to Senator Darius Dillion. I pray that Reverend Krua will go out tomorrow to vote that great and patriotic Liberian for a voice some of us respect and would love to see prevail in the political arena of the country.

    Greetings, Reverend!

  5. Welcome back Mon petit Frere,
    You were absent for nearly six days. If you were sick during those days, I hope you have recuperated already. If you went for consultation to Liberia in order to see Cummings, I hope everything worked out well.

    Just be aware of this…. your buddy Trump is seriously experiencing rough head winds as he climbs. In fact, because of the severe head winds, he cannot climb anymore. His lawyer, Rudy Guiliani is Covid-19’s latest victim. Although Trump is raising a lot of money, his closest friends are beginning to distance themselves from him. Worse yet, Trump’s Attorney General, William Bar is about to resign. So there you have it.

    With Trump’s situation worsening by the day, I am not sure whether you can say anything that will be believed. All the predictions you made about Trump have failed to come true.


  6. Grand Frere,

    We are at the end of the year and so we have had a couple of bids to prepare for sustainability in 2021. This explains my silence for almost 6 days and I only came on today because tomorrow is a decisive day in Liberia, and so I came perusing comments and articles to make up opinion.

    Trump is the next president, Grand Frere. Look at things unfold; Biden was denied intelligence briefing, proofs are being unearthed like a third-world country election (the video of the 4 thieves, the truck drivers, the repeated scanning, etc.). It is so disgraceful for democrats to be desperate to this point.
    I am closely watching the news, flipping through news articles and receiving alerts and updates daily. I am indeed embarrassed for the democrats.
    Giuliani will get well soon, Barr will go because of his snail pace in investigating some matters, all votes certified thus far will be uncertified through legal means, and Trump will remain president while Biden shamefully retires with all his ingenious Schumer, Pelosi et al.
    Watch and see!

  7. Monseiur Defender,
    Without a thin layer of doubt, you are certainly one of Trump’s supporters who has been psychologically hypnotized by Trump. This is more than a circus. It’s a complete fantasy.

    On the 14th of December, the electors will deliberate, confirm and seal the 2020 election.
    After the 14th, there’s not going to be a place in space and on earth where a change will occur. So why do Trump’s supporters find this hard to believe?

    Rudy Guiliani has failed to win a single case so far. Where else can he go? To the Supreme Court of the land? It’s a joke!

    William Barr is considered by many as one of the worst! Barr’s reputation has been tarnished forever.

    Trump is embarrassed.

  8. Grand Frere,

    On the 14th of December, if the electors meet and cast votes for Biden, Trump will surely throw in the towel. It will be the end of it, nothing else is possible.
    But are the grand electors going to vote Biden? Let’s wait and see Grand Frere! The USA is the greatest nation on earth with some of the most honest men and devout Christians.


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