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KONGO: Which governance model for the incoming 4th Republic of Kimbangu?

Dear Mr Mbeki,

Such work of reflection, in our opinion, begins with the serious diagnosis of the real problem of the Negro in Africa and in the world in general.

Again, the case of KONGO we will focus on in the following is emblematic to all Black nations.

In our eyes, the problem of the Negro has its origins in the perpetuation of racist colonial states beyond the facade of independence displayed by African countries.

Indeed, by the principle of the continuity of the State, we must face the evidence that African states are the survival of the colonial entities which established them and are still very much alive and fully active.

From this point of view, as Mandela stated, these entities are operating against us. For, not only are they designed without us but, even worse, they are purposely designed against us.

It is therefore not surprising that the KONGO economy is an extroverted economy essentially dedicated to the export of raw materials for the benefit of the same protagonist powers in Berlin. Without the people seeing any benefit. While the country imports all manufactured products from the same powers who thus control the trade balance and the currency market in their favor.

The other counterpart of the economies of countries that went through vicious colonial occupation is related to a castigatory taxation policy based on a feudal model of European countries which are deprived of natural resources. A punitive model designed to primarily oppress and keep the colonized on a leash. For lack of other guidelines, the Negro mechanically reproduces this model to his own detriment.

The African leadership which could remedy such a situation after independence is still trained today in a school system which had been designed specifically to make them auxiliaries and clerks for the accounting of natural resource export operations.

This explains the chaos in the political class of the DRC which sorely lacks political culture, inspired leadership and transformational vision. But which is very quick to find itself in Western embassies to receive instructions. When it does not subcontract the essential questions of 'its' State to foreign countries. This ranges from the supply of fish to its people, despite its lakes and rivers having the most fish in the world, to the defense of the territory. To the sanctions the West must impose on Rwanda while the DRC itself is not willing to put sanctions by closing the borders. In order to stop mineral trafficking or the use of KONGO airspace by the Rwandan aviation. Which is used as an instrument of military projection of the Rwandan army according to Rwandan generals.

The defense forces are the offspring, with the notable exception of uMkhonto we Sizwe, of colonial police forces specifically designed to bully indigenous populations, punish them or capture them in the event of escape. The weaknesses of the Congolese army which resorts to the South African army today, after the obvious failure of the other colonial armies from the East African region, is due to the fact that this army was never designed for preservation of the territory. It is therefore not surprising that it stands out more in the massacres of civilians. As was recently the case in August last year when the presidential guard opened fire on some hundred believers gathered in a place of worship in Goma. Due to misleading intelligence provided to it by the involved agencies. When one could imagine that such intelligence services would be particularly busy during times of war monitoring the enemy and defending the territory by providing accurate intel to the military, they are more involved in tracking down female YouTubers for alleged offenses to the head of State while other politicians die in their custody.

The administration and justice continue to operate according to the Western occupational model. The laws that govern the DRC still mostly come from that occupational era. Those which are written today keep the spirit of it. We observe it in particular with expressions like 'penal servitude' in a country where the word servitude should have been banned because of the painful experience of colonial occupation and slavery.

In the particular cases of administration and justice, an element is added to the fatal occupational legacy. It is the more than structural corruption experienced by African countries that have gone through colonial occupation. This corruption is truly systemic in the sense that it is inseparable from the apparatus of the Leviathan State. The Leopoldian State in the DRC.

Indeed, under the oppression of the occupational State, the Negro develops resistance reflexes which consist of various and varied sabotage actions against the system. But which survives the occupational system through the State. An abusive State which carries through its local name, Mbula Matari, all the weight of the pain that the Negro feels towards it. Mbula Matari, which means stone breaker, refers to the cruelties associated with the construction work of the first railway.

The construction of this railway is not aimed at the emancipation of the Kongomani. It aims at the evacuation of mineral resources and agricultural products such as cotton which finances the exploitation of the former. The recently US supported Lobito corridor between Zambia, DRC, and Angola is a good illustration of the perpetuation of the Leopoldian State beyond its historical limits.

The harvest of those agricultural products is the cause of unspeakable sufferings for the Kongomani under the Leopoldian or Belgian occupation regime. They are harassed, whipped and ultimately amputated or simply beheaded by the Leviathan State.

This State in its current manifestation was described by Franck Diongo - the historic opponent who was imprisoned under all the regimes in the DRC since Mobutu - as the “Moloki” State, the “Moyini” State and the “Mobomi” State. The evil one, the hater and the killer State.

This characterization by Franck Diongo is anything but casual. It comes from a trauma which is transmitted from generation to generation through the genes of a people. Where the pain of amputations and decapitations by the Leopoldian State are deeply engraved.

It is such a trauma that dictates sabotage practices against the State. Practices initially perceived as heroic during resistance to the colonial occupier, but which survived the latter. Because of this same principle of the continuity of the State, these practices of sabotage are thus transformed into self-sabotage today.

A self-sabotage that is enriched by multiple other practices which were impossible under the occupier such as the embezzlement of public funds, kickbacks, abuse of public assets and other tax frauds organized for the profits of Western corporations.

It is therefore imperative that the question of the stigma inflicted on the Negro by the vicious colonial occupation imposed on him be addressed through appropriate measures.

A main measure in our eyes for such an end is the separation of the African Republics from their colonial States by weaning them from the latter. By affiliation with their ancestral States and the restructuring of institutions for a new governance which operates according to a new spirit dedicated to the preservation of the interests of the Black man.

This is about abolishing the feudal model of Western government which is the software that ensures the perpetuation of the Western occupational State.

A participatory model centered on the interests of the people must be put in place. This model must integrate the well established traditional African sacred values to ensure the moral integrity of these reformed States. By their traditional nature, the break with the Western entities created against us will be natural.

Such moral integrity is also, in our eyes, a cardinal value for the economic development of countries. By its capacity to create trust by the administered in their authentic State and to attract foreign investment through the radical eradication of the vices denounced here.

With trust, an economical system can be envisioned that forbids the exploitation of raw materials for the sole purpose of their excavation. Local transformation and commercialization must be mandatory.

By requiring the custody of revenues from local commercial activities in equally local banks, a banking power is thus established for the country. Banks will flock from all over the world to capture the windfall of the country's resources.

The State thus has the choice of renouncing wild taxation on investments and of sticking to a reasonable rate of 15% now supposed to be used everywhere for corporate revenues.

While, on the other hand, the income interest generated by banks in their credit operations will be taxed.

And the State will have the latitude to take advantage of the very strong capitalization of these banks to request significant credits for its bankable infrastructure projects and production units.

For example, with the guarantee that the State provides to the activity of these banks through its natural resources, through the fractional reserve banking system from which these banks benefit thanks to such a tangible guarantee, that other countries do not even offer, the State positions itself as the first client to these highly capitalized banks. The realization of a hyper bankable infrastructure project like the Grand Inga, which pays for its financing from the launch of the first generator through electricity exported to a strong market like South Africa, is thus made possible without resorting to either external financing or external investments. Thus making it possible to keep a highly strategic asset in the hands of the State.

To encourage investors to get involved in this scheme, the trustworthy State may also waive the sums required for operating permits. Which should normally be very high, even prohibitive, to grant a bargaining power to State companies involved in Joint ventures. Taxes on individuals should also be abolished to encourage those doing business in KONGO to even keep their money in KONGO.

As a practical implementation of this vision, we envisage a participatory and scientific digital governance of the State structured around a tricameral regime.

A tricameral regime which also has the merit of breaking away from Western duality and confrontational ideology.

Specifically, it involves organizing the system into a Lower House of politicians, an Upper House of scholars and a Central House of authentic traditional authorities of the constitutive tribes of KONGO.

The aim is to put an end to vile political activism and toxic partisanship as the main instrument of the management of the City. By confining the role of the Lower House of politicians in the establishment of a government and its control. A control which must be balanced between the majority and an opposition for which a system must be put in place to prevent its marginalization.

It is a question here of establishing parliamentary commissions matched to each government ministry with equal representation between majority and opposition. To ensure that any decree issued by a ministry is fully reviewed and sanctioned by a countersignature from the commission office after a simple majority vote. Democracy support organizations as well as State administration inspection agencies answer directly to the competent commissions. Not to the government.

The government, as an emanation of the National assembly, strictly plays its role as an executive body. In this sense, it executes the directives, plans and vision established by the Upper House of scholars. It is not the center of power. Contrary the colonial perception created for a strong control of occupied nations.

By establishing the vision of national policy, the Upper House gives a lasting character to the actions of the State and contributes to establish the very much needed trust.

It is organized into committees exercising supervision over each government ministry for the purposes of rigorously evaluating the objectives set in the vision for the State. Failure to reach the assigned objectives excludes the political group involved from the next contests. Through the corresponding committees, it also exercises the effective management of the ministries responsible for Justice administration, foreign affairs and for defense and national security. These ministries do not report to the government in order to conform to the apolitical nature of the army and Justice, and the non partisan nature of foreign affairs with a lasting vision.

The Upper House is headed by a Central committee comprising 25 members from each province and is chaired by a woman from Kinshasa. It specializes in the role of check while the Lower House is responsible for that of balance. It is made up of the scientific, literary and military engineering and intelligence elite of all the constituent tribes of KONGO which nominate them on the basis of merit and dignity.

The President of the Republic, who plays the unique role of guarantor for the proper functioning of institutions, comes from the military engineering and intelligence group. He has no executive power other than that of head of the armies which he exercises collectively on an equal basis with the committee in charge of defense and national security that he chairs. Like other executive committee members, he responds to the Central committee or the General assembly.

The term of office for the Upper House is 21 years. While that of the Lower House is 7 years.

The members of the Upper House are designated among tribal group nominees by the Sovereign National Conference which is held in the same periodicity of 21 years.

This national conference is the African discussion tree which evaluates the conduct of the country every 21 years and outlines the main directions for the following 21 years. It is sovereign in the sense that it can wipe out all the policies, treaties and other decrees and hold accountable all the leaders of the institutions for the mistakes committed. With the well understood aim of maintaining balance and peace of the nation.

The Sovereign National Conference is made up of delegates from civil society, members of political parties and delegates from the institutions of the Republic.

The role of the Central Chamber of Traditional Chiefs is to convene the Sovereign National Conference, to swear in the heads of the institutions, and to provide moral warrant of authenticity to acts established by the State through established traditional rites. Thus increasing the moral power of the country to make it both politically reliable and economically attractive by the creation of the highest level of trust that is based on unquestionable sacred values.

This House is the real seat of the power of the State. In this regard, it recovers and restores the power that was wrested by Leopold II in what was truly a fraud. Indeed, to acquire international recognition for KONGO, Leopold first approached the American authorities. He evoked treaties established with these leaders whom he presented as sovereigns at the head of free States.

States that his two associations aimed to confederate and manage without exercising real political power, from the American understanding. After the American granted recognition, Leopold proceeded to Berlin to convince the French, the British and the very distrustful Germans. Afterwards, the trajectory that Leopold II took until the appropriation by Belgium of the territory of KONGO was indeed a historical fraud with regard to the spirit of the Berlin accords as mentioned previously. Since neither Belgium nor Leopold had the quality to legally attend the Berlin talks. According to the Belgian law which prohibited the king of the Belgians from acquiring dominions.

This fraud is at the heart of the Congolese problem. That of the weakness of a State that results from the inadequacy of the Leopoldian dream with the soul of the Muntu in KONGO.

The establishment of this Central Chamber which creates a de facto bridge between the righteous ancestors and the living contributes to restoring the true power of the State, which must be sacred, and to breaking the lineage of the State to the Leopoldian Leviathan.

By bringing the State back to its traditional roots which dates back to the KONGO federation and the Valley of the Nile, in an unbroken ancestral channel that goes back to the Most High, in this way, a nation truly under the Almighty Nzambi a Mpungu is established for the highest trust and the most benevolent impact on the soul of the Black person.

Participatory democracy that is normally meant for small countries is achieved by harnessing the current technological advances in information technology.

Such advances as cryptography, Blockchain and biometrics. In the framework of the KIMBANGU vision of a State articulated on three powers, the political, the scientific and the spiritual, that is implemented by the tricameral system we presented here, genuine digital governance is achieved. Beyond the mere implementation of eGovernement which only aims at a better management of the administration. Without addressing the root causes of things.

Dear Mr. Mbeki, Western political regimes inherited from the ancient Greeks have the recognized vocation of shaping the human soul. The tyrannies of Leopoldian States maliciously established over time in African countries cause the state of generalized dementia into which the continent has unquestionably been sinking.

By restoring the authentic State, the land, the wealth it contains, and the one it produces will cease to belong to the monarch. A monarch who still owns such a wealth by the vicious principle of the continuity of State and other crazy dogmas established by the likes of Rousseau who advocates the handover of the riches of big countries to the monarch for his personal use.

Ownership of land must be directed to the Republic formally defined and established as the politically, socially and spiritually organized KONGO nation of the illustrious constitutive tribes, of our righteous ancestors, and under the Almighty Nzambi a Mpungu.

By restoring the Authentic State in Black nations with trustworthy institutions devoted to the achievement of balance, equity and truth, in the Spirit of Maat of our ancestors in the Nile Valley, a virtuous dynamics of evolution is created that will lead ineluctably to peace, stability, prosperity, and ultimately, the enlightenment of the souls under the auspices of the Just City and The Most High.

Bukoko IKOKI,

Ordinary citizen.

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