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He, coward, from the very cite your posted, the actual story you quoted from:
The extraction of coltan contributes to maintaining one of the bloodiest armed conflicts in Africa, which has led to more than five million deaths, massive displacements of the population, and the rape of 300,000 women in the last 15 years, according to human rights organisations.
It’s not Motorola, it’s not LG and it’s not even Samsung killing these people, not according to the story you yourself are quoting (your own goddamn cite!), it’s the “Leaders” — the psychotic revolutionaries and corrupt government officials.
YOUR CITE goes on to say:
The exploitation of coltan in dozens of informal mines, scattered throughout the jungle in the eastern DRC, is used for financing armed groups and the personal enrichment of military and government officials.
Want to save lives in Africa? Find the guy shouting, “Long live the glorious revolution” and shoot him in the head.
what we need is…a revolution…against the revolution…….to stop the bloodshed
Alternatively you could just get a freaking clue…
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