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Liberia, one of the two pieces of Africa partitions immune to the European colonialism wasn't resilience against the Black Returnees; the Ex-Slave, or Americo-Liberian since they are the "cocoanut brothers"; African from the look, but carrying the white hearts."Wailing from the Bleeding Nations" tells of the revolt to liberate the mother land, but ends in a decade long bloodbath.

A first person narrative of a boy who started his early life during the darkest age of his country's history, and becoming man overnight. At eleven, he was struck with a deadly infection, taken to Sierra Leone and abandoned. While been pursue by a double trouble, he maintained his neutrality to bear witness to the inhuman acts of men under influence, telling his and their stories without bias.

"Wailing from the Bleeding Nations" is The Memoir of a Bloody Civilian which dive readers into the secret chamber of the Liberian NPFL and the Sierra Leonean RUF Rebels, SL Army and the notorious Kamajor (local hunters). Taking you inside the minds of the aggressors and their victims, unfolding the resemblance and variance, the local and the international players in a conflict that lasted over a decade and costing over half a million lives. The abolishment of colonialism doesn't end the exploitation, Africa is Wailing, and her Nations are still Bleeding!
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ISBN: 9781481762298
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