IF YOU DON’T WANT TO BE KILLED, THEN DON’T KILL.

IF YOU DON’T WANT TO BE KILLED, THEN DON’T KILL.

Accepting this assertion in whole or in part, somehow deserves a lightness of analysis to make certain categories of people better understand the functioning of society today and at all levels.

When we limit ourselves to the field of application of the philosophy of natural laws, it should be noted that the strongest is never strong enough to always be the master and therefore impose themselves by force to access the supreme magistracy .

From this reflection that our African brothers in general and the Ivorian in particular understand that violence has never been an adequate solution or even a means to reach the post of president of the republic. We must therefore change our mentalities to better build our country Côte d’Ivoire and thus really initiate its emergence or even its development.- this country which is so dear to all of us, does not need totalitarianism, tyranny or Machiavellianism which are only destructive conceptions of a nation- it also does not need endless conflicts, quarrels, coups even less wars but it rather needs people who can put the train of its integrity on track.

Let’s leave the past in the past and look positively to the future with optimism and determination to build an Ivory Coast in peace, in harmony.

This is why Ivorians the brothers, Ivorians the sisters, dear fellow citizens, we do not reach the supreme magistracy by arms and coups but rather by merit, skills having of course a good social project and a good government program – this is how we can build a secure and reconciled Ivory Coast, in peace and at work.

Professor H. Youhobalé, member of the diaspora network of the L’ALTERNATIVE-CI Movement

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