BROKEN NEWS: “WE WILL NOT SIGN ANY TRADE AGREEMENT WITH BRITAIN UNLESS SHE RETURNS ALL ARTIFACTS STOLEN FROM AFRICA.”

BROKEN NEWS: “WE WILL NOT SIGN ANY TRADE AGREEMENT WITH BRITAIN UNLESS SHE RETURNS ALL ARTIFACTS STOLEN FROM AFRICA.”

In a rare stand of unity, African leaders under the aegis of the AU (African Union) have told Mrs. Theresa May, the British Prime Minister, currently on a trade mission to Africa, to take a hike. The Leaders have refused to sign any trade treaties with Britain, until all artifacts stolen from Africa are returned to Africa.

Some countries especially Nigeria, also demanded the records of the rigging of Nigerian elections and census, currently lodged in a nuclear bomb proof bunker under Windsor Palace, be unsealed immediately.
Kenya wants Britain to pay more compensation to victims of British Concentration Camps in Kenya, and South African Blacks wants Mrs. May to pay reparations and apologize for Apartheid.
South Africans are particularly incensed that Margaret Thatcher, another female Tory Prime Minister insulted Madiba by labelling the ANC a terrorist organization.

With the looming prospects of a no trade deal with the European Union, difficulties with the US under President Trump, hostilities with Russia, and now rejection by Africa, Britain may become a trading Island, trading with herself.

Africastallestman hopes Britain enjoys a taste of the medicine, it has effectively administered on the rest of the World.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-45318022

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2007/08/nige-a09.html

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/nov/30/maumau-massacre-secret-files

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-25266180

2 thoughts on “BROKEN NEWS: “WE WILL NOT SIGN ANY TRADE AGREEMENT WITH BRITAIN UNLESS SHE RETURNS ALL ARTIFACTS STOLEN FROM AFRICA.”

  1. This happens to be the sweetest medicine. Payback time can be postponed but will surely come on one day . Now is the pay back time for Britain, I hope they enjoy it because tasting out of ones soup pot is very appropriate.

  2. This African leader’s move appears to me to be the most beautiful and worthy news from my Africa in more than half the independent years. Thanks for this information, Africastallestman.

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