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https://plus.google.com/116299174122149570821 Michigan news : Mid-Michigan airport owner keeps the Sunday pilot flying ERIC STAFFORD — THE MORNING SUN Harold Hamp...
Mid-Michigan airport owner keeps the Sunday pilot flying

ERIC STAFFORD — THE MORNING SUN Harold Hamp, 80, of Elwell stands next to a plane his mechanic son, Mike, is working on in a hangar in Harold’s backyard on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. ERIC STAFFORD — THE MORNING SUN A sign for Hamp Aircraft Service proclaims “Keep the Sunday Pilot Flying” near Harold Hamp’s airstrip in Elwell, Mich. on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Down a dirt road three miles west of Elwell, sits a strip of grass lined with yellow cones that outline Harold Hamp�s FAA-recognized airport. Harold, who just turned 80, was recently honored by the FAA with the prestigious Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award and an honor for �Fifty Years of Dedicated Service in Aviation Safety� on Aug. 23, 2014. The Charles Taylor award �is named in honor of Mr. Charles Taylor, the first aviation mechanic in powered flight. The Charles Taylor �Master Mechanic� Award recognizes the lifetime accomplishments of senior mechanics,� according to the Federal Aviation Administration website. To be eligible for the award an individual must have worked 50 years in an aviation maintenance career as well as be nominated and then verified by three other mechanics. Harold was nominated by his college roommate, friend [...]
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https://plus.google.com/107643680924239713034 Charles Taylor : ** Whenever you're on the market to get a costume, don't forget to accessorize! Especially around Halloween...
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#somaliaonline The 10 Iron Laws of African Misgovernance— Law No.1 In the course of my intense study of modern African political and economic systems over the decades, I have observed certain self-evident facts or truisms that African dictators cannot ignore or may choose to do so at their own peril. There are 10 of them and the striking thing about them is their infallibility or immutability. You may call them “Ayittey’s Laws of Bad African Governance” or the Iron Laws of African Misgovernance. I often ask my students to dispute or add to them. See if you can do the same. Law No. 1: The destruction of an African country, regardless of the professed ideology of its government, ALWAYS, ALWAYS begins with some dispute over the electoral process or transfer of political power. On April 12, 1980, a group of enlisted men under the command of Sergeant Samuel Doe, a member of the Krahn tribe, stormed Liberia’s executive mansion and overthrew the regime of William Tolbert, native Liberians roared with euphoria. But it quickly evaporated. Liberians who had initially welcomed the coup recoiled in horror when Doe, an illiterate, proceeded to institute a brutal reign of terror and his own brand of tribal apartheid. All top positions in his government, the army, and his presidential guards were filled with members of his own tribe. The coup itself was accompanied by acts of savage brutality. Tolbert was murdered as he lay in bed. The soldiers disemboweled the dead leader and gouged out one of his eyes with a bayonet. His mutilated body was displayed for two days at the John F. Kennedy Hospital morgue and then buried with 27 others in a mass grave. The soldiers then went on an orgy of massacres and barbaric reprisals, killing an estimated 200 people. The chilling spectacle was televised nationwide. High government officials of the deposed regime were summarily tried and executed by a drunken firing squad. Their half‑naked corpses were then dangled from a row of telephone poles on the beach. Under pressure from the United States, Doe held elections in 1985, but they were massively rigged. When the votes were being counted and Doe saw that he was losing, he ordered the vote count halted. The ballot boxes were taken to a secret location in the barracks and the votes counted with Doe declared the winner. In December 1989 Charles Taylor, a descendant of the Americo-Liberians, set out with about 150 rag-tag rebel soldiers of the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) to oust General Doe from power. Other tribes, including the Gio and Mano tribes of eastern Liberia, who were victims of Doe’s brutal tyranny, joined in, as did half of even Doe’s own soldiers, who deserted. But the objective of the uprising quickly changed. Bitter feuding emerged, even before Doe was captured and killed in September 1990, between Taylor and his commander, Prince Yormie Johnson, with each claiming the presidency. On January 27, 1996, General Ibrahim Bare Mainassara seized power in Niger. Under both domestic and foreign pressure, he scheduled presidential elections for the country on July 6, 1996 and declared himself a candidate. When early results showed that he was losing, Mainassara sacked and replaced the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) with his own appointees, placed his opponents under guard in their own houses. The other contenders’ home phone lines were also cut off. A ban on public gatherings in Niamey was announced on the evening of 9 July. Security forces were deployed at candidates’ homes and some political party offices. The floodlit Palais des Sports where results were centralized was guarded by an armored car and heavy machine guns mounted on pickup trucks. Two radio stations were stopped from broadcasting and all of the country’s international phone lines were suspended (African News Weekly, 15-21 July 1996; p.2). This crass strong-arm tactic was aped by Africa’s longest serving autocrat, President Gnassingbe Eyadema of Togo. On June 21, 1998, President Gnassingbe Eyadema who had ruled Togo for 31 years, stood for re-election. His supporters, mostly his Kabye people from central Togo who back the army, the police and the bureaucracy, fudged the electoral rolls, denied the opposition access to the state-run media and intimidated opposition politicians. Still, “when the votes began to be counted, it was clear that Gilchrist Olympio, the chief opposition candidate and son of the country’s first president, was going to win. Whereupon the paramilitary police stepped in and stopped the count in Lome: ballot boxes were seized and burned. The head of the electoral commission and four of its members resigned. The interior minister declared President Eyadema the winner anyway” (The Economist, 4 July 1998, 40). The country was plunged into violence and chaos. Foreign investors fled, the European Union suspended aid and the country’s economy lay in ruins. On February 15, 2000, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, who had been in power for 19 years, asked voters in a referendum for draconian emergency powers and an extension of his 20-year rule by 10 more at the age of 75. The mad power-grab was sugar-coated by asking the people for a parallel authority to seize white farms for distribution to landless peasants. Despite heavy appeals to black nationalism, Zimbabweans resoundingly rejected the constitutional revisions by 55 percent to 45 percent. After his first defeat in 20 years of virtually unchallenged rule, members of Mugabe’s own party called on him to step down at a heated Central Committee meeting. Paranoid and desperate, Mugabe vowed retribution and played his trump card, sending his war veterans to occupy white farmlands. Over 1,500 farms were occupied, despite a high court vacate order. Ten occupied farms were owned by black opposition leaders. The police, under instructions from Mugabe, refused to evict the war veterans, who threatened civil war if Mugabe lost the June 2000 elections. On April 1, about 10,000 anti-government protestors rallied in Harare, denouncing Mugabe and the war veterans. “Say No – to threats of war, lawlessness, corruption and to willful violation of constitutional rights,” read one placard. The war veterans and other thugs beat up the protestors mercilessly. —— continue reading here: http://ayittey1.tumblr.com/post/97363101811/the-10-iron-laws-of-african-misgovernance-law-no-1 — excellent study. http://www.somaliaonline.com/community/topic/african-leaders-thread/page/9/#post-1921162 #somalia #somaliland
The 10 Iron Laws of African Misgovernance-- Law No.1
The 10 Iron Laws of African Misgovernance In the course of my intense study of modern African political and economic systems over the decades, I have observed certain self-evident facts or truisms...
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