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    Cannibal Ouandja Magloire eats man 'who killed wife' in Central African Republic

    A MAN who calls himself Mad Dog and ate a man's flesh says he was seeking "revenge" against Muslims after they killed his pregnant wife and family.

    Ouandja Magloire was part of a Christian mob who attacked a Muslim in the Central African Capital of Bangui.
    The BBC reports that Magloire spotted his victim sitting on a minibus and decided to follow him. Eventually he had 20 young people with him forcing the bus driver to stop. The mob then dragged the man off the bus, beat and stabbed him before setting him on fire.



    Footage shows Magloire eating the man's leg. He says it was revenge for a Muslim killing his pregnant wife, sister-in-law and her baby.
    A number of people got footage of the attack but no one intervened to save the man.
    "One of the individuals took hold of an arm and went and bought some bread and starting chewing on the flesh, along with his bread," eyewitness Jean-Sylvestre Tchya said. "The scene made many people vomit, and some cried out in horror."
    Michel Djotodia, the first Muslim to rule the Christian-majority nation, stepped down as president on Friday as his Seleka rebels were accused of targeting Christian civilians, leading to the creation of self-defence groups known as anti-balaka.



    Those groups have in turn been accused of atrocities against members of the Muslim minority. Looting erupted throughout the city after Mr Djotodia's resignation with crowds breaking down the doors of shops, many of them belonging to Muslims.
    So far the violence has claimed around 1000 lives in the past month.
    Another witness to the cannibalism, Alain Gbabobou, said he saw a man pick up the head and wrap it up carefully, saying he would "feast on it'' later.
    "F***ing country!'' said a young Muslim man who gave his name only as Fathi, shaking his head in bewilderment as he gazed upon the body of a man whose face was crushed by rocks in an attack on a mosque.
    "We believed Djotodia's resignation would be a peaceful solution for everyone,'' he said, adding his former Christian friends had sent him a text message, warning: "Now it's your turn. It's impossible to live with Muslims."
    Acts of cannibalism are rare in the Central African Republic, where sectarianism is a recent development.



    There is video in the link if you are up for it........

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    Africans eh, tsk,tsk,tsk,

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    Cannibalism and decapitations horrify Central African Republic
    Fri 21 Mar 2014


    UN says appalling atrocities in Central African Republic will continue unless more peacekeepers are sent

    A SENIOR UN official has called for urgent military reinforcements to help prevent a bloodbath in the Central African Republic.

    Navi Pillay, UN high commissioner for human rights, said hatred between Christians and Muslims in the republic had now reached a "terrifying level".

    Pillay said a new 12,000 strong force of UN peacekeepers was needed to stop acts of barbarism including decapitations and cannibalism of children. If left unchecked the situation could descend into genocide, she warned.

    The African Union has deployed 6,000 troops, and France added another 2,000 soldiers in support of peacekeeping effort in its former colony. So far, though, they have been unable to stop violence in the large, sparsely populated nation of 4.5 million people, Reuters reports.

    "The inter-communal hatred remains at a terrifying level, as evidenced by the extraordinarily vicious nature of the killings," Pillay told a news conference. "There is... almost total impunity: no justice, no law and order apart from that provided by foreign troops."

    Pillay expressed genuine shock over horrific acts of violence she had come across in the CAR: "This has become a country where people are not just killed, they are tortured, mutilated, burned and dismembered – sometimes by spontaneous mobs as well as by organised groups of armed fighters," she said. "Children have been decapitated, and we know of at least four cases where the killers have eaten the flesh of their victims."

    The violence "raises the prospect of another Rwandan-style genocide taking place on the African continent", the Daily Telegraph warns. To date, thousands have died in fighting across the region, and 1.3 million people – about a quarter of the country's population – have fled to neighbouring Chad and Cameroon.

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon said that reinforcements could take up to six months to organise. But, according to the Telegraph, "if the UN wants to avoid having another bloodbath on its hands, then donor nations must be persuaded as a matter of urgency to provide the required troops, in order to prevent the country descending into all-out war".

    How did the Central African Republic's conflict start?

    The mineral-rich Central African Republic has been plagued by ethnic rivalry, sectarian clashes, civil war and violent coups since it gained independence from France in 1960. But the BBC reports that the recent conflict ‘is unprecedented’.

    It began in March last year when a coalition of Muslim rebels, known as Seleka, seized the capital Bangui and ousted President Francois Bozize, who was accused of neglecting the Muslim minority in the North and ignoring a previous power-sharing deal. Seleka leader Michel Djotodia took over as president, becoming the first Muslim to run the mostly Christian nation.

    Djotodia announced in September that Seleka had been dissolved, but “many of the rebels refused to disarm and leave the militias as ordered but veered further out of control”, the Observer’s Africa correspondent David Smith reports.

    Christian Central Africans have in turn formed a self-defence group called anti-balaka or “anti-machete” to protect themselves from the former Seleka rebels. Anti-balaka attacks on Muslim rebels have “been no less vicious than [those] made by the Seleka”, says Al Jazeera.

    Clashes between the two groups escalated towards the end of the year with violent reprisals on both sides, forcing France and the African Union to deploy thousands of peacekeeping troops to the area.

    Djotodia resigned recently due to mounting pressure from the international community over his inability to halt months of sectarian violence.

    The UN describes an unfolding humanitarian disaster as more than 1,000 people were killed in December alone and almost a quarter of the population has now been displaced due to the conflict. According to a UN report, over half of the country’s population requires urgent humanitarian assistance.

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    So he doesn't eat pork then?

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    i lived there for a while when emperor bokassa ruled, he liked to have a bit of human flesh in his freezer as was found out when he got deposed in about 1979.
    so nothing strange to see one of the locals having a chew on a leg,
    just another african rat hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99
    Footage shows Magloire eating the man's leg. He says it was revenge for a Muslim killing his pregnant wife, sister-in-law and her baby.
    An eye for an eye,
    and a leg for a wife, sister-in law and nephew/niece?

    I feel he got a rough deal here.

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    These poor people need more charities to donate aid to them, get gap year students to live in the villages and help out at local schools.
    Then this sort of behaviour will stop.

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    ^They might eat them, too...Like a tiger with a taste for human flesh...

    I know...Not nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    These poor people need more charities to donate aid to them, get gap year students to live in the villages and help out at local schools.
    Then this sort of behaviour will stop.

    And democracy.
    Don't forget the power of the vote to civilize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    These poor people need more charities to donate aid to them, get gap year students to live in the villages and help out at local schools.
    Then this sort of behaviour will stop.
    You want to feed them some gap year students?

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    Things that Africa is good for:

    Dumping arms, pharmaceuticals, and cigarettes.
    Gastronomic delicacies involving ants and dung.
    Women walking round with their tits out.
    Rhinoceros horns and other endangered species' "medicine" for gullible Chinks with 1" cocks.
    Misshapen lumps of wood laughingly titled "arts and handicrafts".
    AIDS, rape, genocide, starvation, disease, civil war cauldrons that create headlines and funnel millions in foreign aid into General Mbiki's private account / militia group.
    Did I mention women with their tits out.?

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