Sat, Sep 9th, 2017 @ 4:57:06 AM - howdy
Mobutu Sese Seko was the president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo he renamed himself in “Zaïre”. his president-ship took from 1965 to 1997. He was a real Africanist with a disgust for everything of European origin. The say
Mobutu Sese Seko got support from the States and UK because of his anti-communist attitude
Josephine Baker dressed in something that looks as a dance skirt in fur + lowly cut out top
He purified the African wardrobe from all Belgian influence and supported that way the original African clothing but if this was his personal idea becomes a little bit questionable when considering earlier non-Belgian Western fashions that introduced the tropical element. Representatives of the latter were Josephine Baker as a dancer, Paul Poiret as a fashion designer … He was also the builder of the Zairese cleptocracy. This is an authoritarian regime that keeps all the biggest contribution profits for the leader and his confidants while the common people live in poverty. Indeed do many countries in Africa lack social services it seems. The Africans complain about the absence of a mutuality, child allocations, unemployment services, and so on. I myself also wonder if for a newbie independent country it was not too complicated to follow all the paths of the complicated bureaucracy, with roots in ancient times, in the West, where he always wandered around during political tops. Although their insight was updated and also Mobutu’s. He followed education by the Lesser Brothers
who only left bad memories in his mind.