Not all that glitters is gold! 

Nov 10, 2021, 1:26 PM


The UK-based Westminster Foundation for Democracy WFD (Britain´s destabilisation vehicle abroad) is already present in The Gambia!

My Granny has said, “Living alone is hundred times better than living with fake people who hates you but acts like loving you.”

The ripples we create return to us. What previously may have seemed to be a metaphysical statement is now established as a scientific fact.

Everything in the universe constantly gives off an identifiable energy pattern of a specific frequency that remains for all time and can be read by those who know how. Every word, deed, and intention creates a permanent record; every thought is known and recorded forever. There are no secrets, nothing is hidden, nor can it be forever. Everyone lives in the public domain. Our spirits stand totally stark naked as a needle in time for all to see. Everyone´s life, is accountable to the universe.

 “Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world would do this, it would change the earth.” (William Faulker).

“The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.” (Albert Einstein).

 THE GAMBIA: Free and Fair Presidential & Parliamentary Elections –

Sat. 04th Dec 2021 P&PEs

On the current Political Situation in The Gambia; the whole world, except Britain can fully recall that The Gambia held not only free and fair but also successful, peaceful and democratic presidential and parliamentary elections 01st December 2016.  The ECOWAS and AU took an active part in ensuring the holding of successful and a free, fair and democratic elections in The Gambia and the whole world congratulated the government, the IEC (Independent Electoral Commission) and the people of The Gambia for the maturity and successful outcome (unseating a 22-year old dictatorial regime without going to war…). The “genuine” diplomats and governments, the ECOWAS and AU noted greatly and appreciated everything (the message of the Gambian Ministry of Information´s briefing on the current political situation in The Gambia) and resolved to render “unconditional support” to the Coalition-2016 government in its quest to restore law and order, maintaining peace and stability and spearheading national reconstruction. Thanks to the AU and the ECOWAS; that the Ecomig Forces (“Operation Restore Democracy”) helped in the impasse and not even the tiniest ant was wounded or killed. Yaya Jammeh who lost in the elections was first keen to cling to power at all costs – but pressure was maintained on him and finally; he stepped down on 21st January 2017 and went into exile in Equatorial Guinea. Of course, The Gambia needs the support of the world, and please do support us in achieving a stable democratic change in The Gambia. The Gambians are thankful for the indescribable support we got from the genuine international community during our ordeal – impasse. We are heartened by the goodwill messages of solidarity we got from all over the world for a peaceful transition of power from dictatorship to democracy. We Thank You. 

 Commonwealth Secretary-General welcomes election results in The Gambia

3 December 2016

The Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has welcomed the election results in The Gambia.

She warmly commended the leadership and people of The Gambia for the profoundly significant and democratic transition they have initiated in their country.

The Secretary-General said, “On 1 December, Gambians demonstrated Commonwealth values of peace, tolerance and respect for diversity and differing views, as they exercised their democratic franchise, and clearly and confidently charted their own path for the country’s future. We congratulate The Gambia for the example it has set.” (courtesy: Common Wealth website)

 13 December 2016

The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, urges the democratic will of the people of The Gambia to be respected, and encourages the continuation of the peaceful, constitutional and dignified transition that has already commenced following the 1 December 2016 election. (courtesy: Common Wealth website)


The British and USA connection in Zimbabwe: Poisoning the well of democracy…

“The only tree that can give you a shade is the one that is taller than you.” (Proverb). Fallen Devils (Colonizers – especially Britain) have no rights to preach human rights and (the exercise of) rule of law to The Gambia.

It is very important to recall that in any event, history does not quite make the UK famous for worrying about the fate of other peoples, let alone Africans, in particular The Gambia, indeed for regarding such a non-existent worry “an unusual and extraordinary threat” to its foreign policy.

 To all intents and purposes, The UK is bent on destabilizing The Gambia with its irresponsible BP MPs EDMs (Early Day Motions) on Gambia by supporting the 3YJ movement around which violent confrontations with the government was organized right from inside the UK soil.  Inside the UK House of Commons, the BP MPs´ EDMs brief is to insist that the problems facing The Gambian people owe solely to one man and his government: ADAMA BARROW. This is not true! This is manufactured information. It is ridiculous!  This message from the UK BP MPs was to encourage them (opposition politicians 3YJ and their thuggish agitators) to close ranks and stubbornly confront the government. It is important to keep this in mind when unpacking British propaganda against The Gambia.

Who invited the UK´s WFD into The Gambia? Don´t you know their history? For my part I declare, that I would sooner die than wish or sign anything that in my most sacred conviction is not good and tolerable for The Gambian People. “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” (John Quinchy Adams). If ever President Barrow should be mistaken in this matter or if the people should ever believe that they can no longer support his leadership actions; I wish them to have him voted out in the Sat. 04th Dec 2021 P&PEs. He should quietly await that blow. But, the devil you know is better than the devil you don´t know. The political field is littered with too many presidential post aspirants. “Only in Africa will thieves be regrouping to loot again and the youths whose future is being stolen will be celebrating…” (Nobel Prize Winner. Professor Akinwande Oluwole Babatunde Soyinka (Nigerian playwright and poet).

I would like to believe that my “article” has given you a broader and true picture of what is and was going on yesterday and right now in The Gambia, so I will confine myself to the specific issues you (BP MPs) have hypocritically raised as if genuinely “Supporting Human Rights and Democracy” in The Gambia. Before you forget, The Gambia is not Zimbabwe.

 “The UK! The UK! The UK!” How many times did I call your name? Three (3) times! Hmmm! Huh, Huuuh, Huh! Did I hear it right that the UK-based Westminster Foundation for Democracy WFD (Britain´s destabilisation vehicle abroad) has “already” sent in to The Gambia an “Elections Monitoring/Observation Mission”? And the elections are slated for the Saturday 04th December 2021. Honestly, did I hear or read it right from the “WFD Press Release – A thematic election expert observation mission for The Gambia’s 4th December presidential election…”?

Im dead worried. Why my worries? History repeats itself! (Read on…) Not all that glitters is gold!

 Gambians! Be Vigilant For Truth! “Lightning makes no sound until it strikes.” (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.) As Jesus Christ said (Holy-Bible: Matthew 11:15), “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear”. “The stubborn ear that refuses to hear good advice will always go into the grave with the head.”(African Wiseword).

 Do we envisage the same situation in The Gambia - Poisoning the well of democracy? As far back as early 2000, the George W. Bush administration and the Tony Blair government admitted to subverting President Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe) and sponsoring and supporting the opposition MDC (Morgan Tsvangirai) through Westminster Foundation for Democracy WFD and these admissions simply confirmed what the Zimbabwean government has always said, namely that it was being attacked from both sides of the Atlantic. The obverse is the opposition MDC was being sponsored from both sides of the Atlantic. To appreciate the scale of interference (by UK and USA), it should be kept in mind that many other efforts were put in place. It included their covert operations; and destabilization programmes run through pseudo-private foundations and NGOs like the Soro´s Open Society Initiative for South Africa (OSISA) and Media structures and some religious factions that were in the forefront of violent campaigns in Zimbabwe. Note that “Wisdom calibrates higher than “Free(dom of) Speech.” In his 1953 Inaugural Address, President Dwight D. Eisenhower said, “A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both.” Noteworthy, MDC youth involved in violent confrontations with the authorities were receiving daily stipends from the resources provided by the US, UK and other EU governments.  Do we envisage the same situation in The Gambia? They (UK, US and EU) relied on their illegal broadcasts to get the rural areas through their VOA Studio 7 Station which came in to complement similar broadcasts from The Netherlands (Voice of the People) and from the UK (SW Radio). Do we envisage the same situation in The Gambia?

Reality Checks: The UK ceased bilateral aid to the Gambia in 2011, but still gives roughly £8m per year to the country through multilateral donations to agencies. But who are these agencies? The Gambia, this is no joke. Beware; if we have in the Gambia some youths (so-called activists working with and for) the OSIWA (Soro´s Open Society Initiative for West Africa) and especially the Westminster Foundation for Democracy WFD (Britain´s destabilisation vehicle abroad). Let us seriously look at the attitudes and activities of these Gambians working for these institutions. We already know them, and know their ways of operating. It’s just a note of strict warning that “All that glitters is not gold.”

It is thus not very difficult to understand why Britain has been successful in mobilizing the USA against Zimbabwe. Of course Tony Blair´s support for George W. Bush in the invasion of Iraq simply consolidated that partnership in global affairs, with Bush returning Blair a favour by supporting him against Zimbabwe.

 The Gambians are too civilized to remove politics from parliament (NA) and put it in the streets, where the balance of power is played out in a brutal fashion, in numbers of partisan tribalism political thuggish (stooges like the 3YJ and so-called HR-activists), stones, machetes and weapons in the hands of partisan tribalism politicized soldiers or militants.

We cannot and we will not allow this great purpose to be endangered by reckless acts of needless violence. Those who break the law--those who create disorder--whether in my Kassa Kunda Villlage or our the Greater Banjul Area--must be caught and must be brought to justice. And I believe that every man and woman, as Gambian citizens must join me in warning that in every part of this country the law must be respected and violence must be stopped.

And wherever a police officer seeks help or National law is broken, the President should pledge and he should use the full resources of the Government.

 Let no one tell you that he can hold back progress and at the same time keep the peace. This is a false and empty promise. To stand in the way of orderly progress is to encourage violence.

The needs of all can never be met by parties of the few.

 Constitutionally, we all have a choice to follow and support any political party and or candidate. Free(dom of) Choice in a Multi-Party politics – Democracy (plus intention, via our choices.)

 Westminster Foundation for Democracy WFD – we already know who you are and what you are! We know what you represent.

The Gambians are watching! The World is watching!

 “In God We Trust.”

 Sana-Bairo Sabally

Kassa Kunda Village,

The Gambia.