Anonymous #Operation Coltan/Congo

Anonymous #Operation Coltan/Congo Greetings World, We are Anonymous Today, we inform you about a really dramatic matter. According to the United Nations Organization the war in Congo in 1998 was not an ethnic conflict. It was a war for Coltan. We remember that in Congo’s genocide, 800000 people died. The Rwandan army and over 25 militias were involved. Many children and farmers were forced to dig coltan in terrible health conditions. Also, nature was devastated and gorillas were killed. Coltan is quite radioactive, so miners were exposed to terrible diseases. United Nations Organization accused Nokia, Bayer, Ericsson, Siemens, Sony, Intel, Hitachi, IBM, Samsung, Motorola, Panasonic, LG, Dell, and so on … to be directly or indirectly involved in the war of 1998, in order to control coltan traffic. But United Nations Organization decided to suspend the trial against the above mentioned companies because the problem was so-called : “solved”. Then, United Kingdom government officials constituted an office called “RAID” to investigate on the war in Congo. Mrs Feeney, “RAID” director, said : “Essentially the United Nations Organization was forced to drop the case but as they explained ( in their reports ), “solved” meant that the initial allegations were substantiated”. Many nations and mostly USA forced UNO to stop the trial. All mentioned companies now claim that they use only coltan from war-free areas in Congo. We know that these claims are false. In 2012 a military group

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