AFRICANGLOBE – As part of the Freedom Project CNN this year returned to Egypt’s Sinai Desert where Arab human-smugglers abuse, rape and hold for ransom desperately poor African refugees.

In 2011 “Death in the Desert” uncovered evidence that traffickers tortured the refugees, and in some cases harvested their organs for sale on the black market, leaving many of their victims to die.

This year, in “Stand in the Sinai” we saw how the battle against the traffickers was progressing and found Bedouins, dedicated aid workers and former refugees fighting the horrific trade in human suffering.

Now for the first time you can watch the entire documentary online here in three parts.

  • We are entered in the age of AQUARIUS since 2000…

    But now that a TSUNAMI has struck again the northern region of the former KAMU at the beginning of the age of AQUARIUS, KAMU was destroyed and submerged under water a long time ago…

    The BUKONGO called the age of AQUARIUS: KIA KINATIMASA in KIKONGO, Tai Tai means time, an era, a period.
    KINATI means bearer: while MASA, MAZA, means water.

    Thus therefore KINATI-MASA, in a word KINATIMASA means the BEARER of water, AQUARIUS.

    The water of spirituality, water from rain, water from floods, the water of the Ocean in a fury raised by Hurricane KATRINA and company. Poor Louisiana (USA), with the flooded city of New Orleans. KARAN!

    ” …Tell the Americans to put a few ice cubes in their glass of whisky!
    “Otherwise, what may happen in the West, this Tai KIA KINATIMASA, will be for thousands of times more security than the passage of KATRINA, MANGE MAWA BU MANA YELA…” said the GRAND being MAFUNDA NAYLOR (= the ACCUSER) of the planet KAKONGO.

    Poor Mesa (= European) your time of judgment has arrived!

    Even your cities, your churches, your holy places will be submerged under the waters of engineering “Do Kinatimasa”…Ingeta!

    That all Nabi Kongo cite Na Kinatimasa: Ne Kinatimasa, Ne Kinatimasa, Ne Kiantimasa…Quickly close this parenthesis.
    by Nlongi’a Kongo Ne Makandala Ne Muanda Nsemi