by Mr. Sapladoe Kuleh (December 20th 2005)
|... Mrs. Taylor, I am an innocent Liberian and if you want a list of them (innocent Liberians), I can also submit that to you. If you will truly give us our former president in exchange for a list of innocent Liberians, I can guarantee it.
As a current servant to the Liberian people, your vote is going to be needed to put Charles Taylor away. You must pick between serving your nation or Charles G. Taylor.....
Dear Mrs. Taylor,
With all due respect, you actually believe that every Liberian were part of that 15yrs of war? There were Liberians that died just because of their names, their schools or classmates, their families, their chosen partner for marriage, their friends, sometimes people that live in their neighborhoods and many countless other reasons. I have never worked for government, I have never stolen funds, I did not join the war and definitely I did not contribute a cent to you and your husband’s war.
Mrs. Taylor, I am an innocent Liberian and if you want a list of them (innocent Liberians), I can also submit that to you. If you will truly give us our former president in exchange for a list of innocent Liberians, I can guarantee it.
As a current servant to the Liberian people, your vote is going to be needed to put Charles Taylor away. You must pick between serving your nation or Charles G. Taylor.
We the innocent Liberians applaud your need to find the perpetrators, to set a new agenda and yes we need to move forward into the future but our future is determine by our past directly or indirectly.
With that said, this time, we have the power to bring the oppressor to justice. We have the power to change our past and consequently our future. Our future will only be determined by our decision to allow our justice
system to finally play its role. You and the people you know have taken many lives and destroyed this beautiful nation. We need answers this time.
For the record, you did not convince all of us to fight or contribute to Charles Taylor’s war and we still survived. Today, we are living to tell another part of that story. I believe that if your fight cost this country as much pain and destruction as Charles Taylor’s, we must take you to Freetown. From my observation, it is only Charles Taylor and most of the people you know that are going to Freetown.
Our country must set an example for all aspiring leaders to understand that their decisions will have consequences be it indirectly or directly. We have been oppressed and stolen from for many years now and were never given the chance to put our hands on those so call leaders before their untimely
deaths, but not this time.
Mrs. Taylor, asking Liberians about Charles Taylor’s fate is not the only way we can move forward. When he went across border line and started another war, he did not consult with all the 3 million Liberians you are concern about. Less than 3 years ago, Charles Taylor did not ask the Liberian people that freely and fairly “VOTED” him in power whether he should leave or stay in the country. Mr. Taylor fled because justice was about to be serve.
He can only prolong this justice by running but as one of the many innocent Liberians and citizen of the free World, we will not rest till Mr. Charles G. Taylor face justice.
Lastly Mrs. Taylor, Liberians and Liberia will need you more now than ever. You must serve your country. I am happy that Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is now our new president and I hope you will do all you can to make her
presidency an easier task.