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Introducing myself and my journal: Elections in Mozambique 2014

About Me:
I was born in Milange, Mozambique at Muloza border-Malawi. When I was 10 years old, my life introduced me to the first episode of crime in Politics. A bomb exploded in our houses balconi and Mano Rene died there. I was left with unpainfull sores similar to pimples. Painfull was to see the body of Mano Rene that way. In 1977 the first Danish Citizens from WUS and CASA - Soliologists entered Lichinga. In 1982 there was over 250 Danish Cooperantes less than 100 Swedish citizens and few Norwegians. Skandinavians connected to FRELIMOS Government, are the Politicians behind the Constitution of Mozambique constructed most of new Ministeries and Governments in the country since the death of President Samora Moises Machel.

In 1982 I had to choose between death and any marrige. Since FRELIMO decided to control Guarderobes of every woman and girl in the country as they announced something like every female unless married with a revolutionaire, Politician or Police Officer should were clothes two sizes above a their true size. I, choosing to wear clothes that my mother had to me in my Guarderobe and not accepting to be used as sex object for FRELIMOs leaders brought myself into conflicts with high ranked politicians. Rapted and Captured into a police office for 3 days I was transfered to a prision where over 20 female prisioners were raped in one night, by their male room mates and was palced in a reeducation camp for 6 monthes.

I entered The University of Copenhagen in 1996. As Cand. Lind Merc student of European Ethnology I found Sociology the most suitable for my second disciplin. According to Copenhagen University, Denmark does not graduate foreign politicians, and that disciplins such as sociology, ethnology antropoligy are thought to study the poor. Not the opposite.

In the year 1996 I bought land in Maputo Marracuene. In 2000 I bought another property in Milange and in 2005 I bought a farm said tto be over 4300 Hectars of land. When President Armando Guebuza heard about my project he moved to the district for 3 days and mobilized people against me. When I went home in 2007, my life was in danger. I stayed only 9 days and went back to Copenhagen broken hearted. In 2012 I gained courage and went back to Mozambique, this time the army and the Police had to use 990 ammunitions to save my life form over 8.000 people, most of them children in all ages who were sent to break my house, distroy it completely and kill me. The plan of Mozambican Government organized and executed by Political Chiefs or Secretarios de Bairros was to get me killed by the population of Mozambique more or less like it happened for Moamad Ghadafi. But that Campagne since the assasination failled is turning to me a propaganda for Republican women of Mozambique.

Denmark does not like its foreigners to feel and confortable free in Denmark. Actually foreign especialy those not from EU or whites should not visit their family and country without permition. My trips to Africa and 1h2 14 yeas I spent at the University signifies that I am now convicted 20 monthes prision for terrorism. Hope the Minister of Justice of Denmark Mr Morten Bodskov will make justice.

Today I do not exist. Convicted no ID and no acess to medical care. Tha means also that should I get ill the only medial assistance will be from a prision. I dont know why danish authorities want me so much in prision for something I did not do.
My bank accounts have been closed in December my driving lesson is being hunted by trafik police that and ordened my bank to take if away me whenever I how up in the bank. According to legal autorities I was declared vanished and out of the system. Actualy I do not exist anymore at the same time Danish police say that I am registered as a wanted criminal.

My Passions:
Politics, Journalism, Film Farming dancing and writing

My Challenges:
Elections 2014, CNN TV in Milange create homes jobs and health care for Mozambican people in rural areas,

My Vision for the Future:
Be elected the next President of Mozambique

My Areas of Expertise:
European Ethnology, Political/cultural sociology, Administration, Languages, Fashion, Dancing


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Welcome to Pulsewire! I’m so

Welcome to Pulsewire!

I’m so glad and excited to see you in our community! Thanks so much for joining us, you are always free to post to your journal and add comments to others posts too, this is where we can freely contribute for the betterment of women and children all over that world. Please feel free to browse through our group section and post to the groups you decided to join.....On worldpulse everything is free...just be yourself.

Welcome again to our PulseWire Community and I look forward to seeing you more in here!!!

Warm Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia


Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Dear Sarvina,

Thank you for the pleasant welkome letter. Iam also glad for joining Pulsewire and look forwards to start. This is to inform you that the front page on my pulsewire say that I am "not allowed to post coments". I wonder if that is a mistake or if that is because I am not familiar with the web page. I also want to post my story and participate on " Join girls in transforming the world", but cannot see who and how to contact the team.

I look forwards to hearing from you soon.

Best regards
Ilda Maria

UWA/ United women of Africa. SADAC - Mozambique

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