Bye Bye IBK: Mali Coup

Map of Mali with its capital Bamako

Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, affectionately known as IBK, has been booted out of office on Tuesday of this week. The prime minister and the president (IBK) were taken from the office and held by the military. It has been months that the population of Mali was asking for him to leave because, as a puppet of France, he was not doing anything to help the situation of Malians, and nothing while the country was getting split into two by jihadjist forces funded by the West, and foreign forces on Malian soil, and the poverty. We salute the work of the Malian army which heard the cry of the population, and ousted the impostor.

Flag of Mali
Flag of Mali

The opposition coalition has called for a rally today, Friday, to celebrate IBK’s departure. Meanwhile, France (the puppet master) and its croonies (the international community) have been screaming against the departure of their puppet. The Malian people need to be extra vigilant that their movement and freedom is not hijacked yet again by France to place another version of IBK. A luta continua e la vitoria e certa!

6 thoughts on “Bye Bye IBK: Mali Coup

      1. Of course. There shouldn’t be any African astroturfing going on from the outside. I do hope the Malians keep the pressure up to get leaders who aren’t puppets, to be united, and to stop the jihadist forces to make sure the country is safe.

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