69 Comments on "President of Chad dies from injuries on front line"

  1. Keeping a close eye in Johannesburg thousands of kilometers away.

  2. Fergal Cussen | April 20, 2021 at 1:01 PM | Reply

    The virgin electoral defeat vs the Chad death in battle.

  3. Praying for the people of Chad, may they have a peaceful transition.

    • Rich Merowitz | April 20, 2021 at 3:58 PM | Reply

      @Jung Bolosse But USA got Trumpushka. That relative enough.

    • @Mandii K Who is “the left”? You’re acting like it’s a specific set of people. Also, while I don’t think it was a white supremacist attack, I also don’t think you need to BE white to be a white supremacist, or have engraved racist values

    • @Mandii K Again, “the left,” has never SAID anything, because it’s not a singular entity. You’re fighting against a nonexistent scenario that you made up to victimize yourself. I’m not going to argue against strawman attacks.

      But yeah, have a great day/night.

    • andrew zgoda | April 20, 2021 at 7:53 PM | Reply

      ACADEMI PMC

    • @Mandii K I’ve sent you several sources illustrating multiple high-profile, high-damage attacks by right-wing extremists. You’ve acknowledged them… then said that you only knew of one, and thus, the others don’t count.

      You’re bringing up a couple of tragic but isolated incidents as “evidence,” that “the left,” “does more violence,” whereas the stats show that right-wing extremism and terrorism have been far larger threats for at least the past decade.

      Among those you bring up.. this? “How about the left extremists shinning lasers in the eyes of law officials blinding them?”

      and “project vertitas,” a well-known right-wing extreme bias group with extremely low factual reporting, known for SELECTIVELY EDITING videos and literally making stuff up:
      https://www.allsides.com/news-source/project-veritas-media-bias
      https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/project-veritas/

      which “exposed the plans,” “some of the left,” has for right wingers? What does that even mean? I think you’re more likely to get theatre and made-up skits from ‘project veritas,” than actual news. But yeah, I’m sure they have absolutely no reason to make up stuff and that “the left,” is going to put “our children in CCP style reindoctrination camps.”

      You’re way too far gone for me to even argue against the made-up scenario your little echo-bubble has created for you.

  4. The prodigal son 2021 | April 20, 2021 at 1:22 PM | Reply

    In Johannesburg keeping a close eye on what’s going on in Chad LOL

  5. djatou diawara | April 20, 2021 at 1:24 PM | Reply

    May freedom be with people of Tchad Amine

    • @NoK ! he’s another intolerant atheist, people like him are the reason I identify as agnostic and not an atheist. I don’t want to be grouped in with those types 🤣

    • @Mutton Chops Religion does not kill. Only a sentient, living being can kill you. Not an idea or following. However, I wouldn’t mess with God or an evil spirit. I have seen a few things that can not be explained in mere text or conversation. It’s a “you had to be there” moment. If you want to learn more you need to get off the internet, travel, and talk to people. Be around them for long periods of time. If someone followed your mindset, one could say, “automobile crashes, doctors, pharmaceutical medications, the sun (skin cancer), and people in general have killed millions. People have been killing since they first multiplied on earth. Are you going to avoid all of those things? Will you avoid all people in general? How about food since there is a chance of food poisoning? I became a better person after learning to be open to my spiritual side and after I learned to have a relationship with God. I’m not trying to convert you, or change your mind… but to simply say that religion kills to back your opinions on religion is somewhat mind boggling. It’s an abused answer. I’m almost sure every atheist has that card the old wallet.

    • @Krab Ert You have a unique approach to this. Its refreshing to see someone that is open. The majority of non-believers are pessimistic haters and they let hate completely cloud their mind. Which totally stops people from having a good conversation.

    • Mutton Chops | April 20, 2021 at 3:37 PM | Reply

      @NoK ! how many wars have been fought in the name of someones god or women burned at the steak .you wish to follow a good that’s says it’s ok to beat and own slaves even better a talking snake a virgin birth .dead three days comes back to life ok pagan

    • @NoK ! I completely agree! Many atheists claim they are “more reasonable” or “more tolerant” that believers. But yet they go around shooting down any mention of religion, without giving it *any* thought at all. They won’t even give it a chance or a thought. See, my approach is different. I’m willing to listen and think about different ideas, I’m not going to run around saying “nooo waa waa religion is evil and stupid! Sky man doesn’t exist”. I know I’m a fool in this world, it’s near impossible to be truly wise with how much there is in our universe. So my answer to religion isn’t the atheist one (“lol no you stupid Christian god doesn’t exist”) mine is: “I simply do not know the answer, but I’m willing to listen.”

  6. Saunsiaray Broussard | April 20, 2021 at 1:26 PM | Reply

    Very sad! I’m so sorry for your loss! My condolences and prayers for y’all! May he Rest in peace!

  7. The funny part is when he calls Becky, Deby😂😂😂…I just had to laugh.

  8. maddestruction1 | April 20, 2021 at 1:59 PM | Reply

    Died on the front line like a true chad, respect

  9. ”They say they just won a major battle but the rebels deny it, details are murky on how it happened but the President of Chad is dead.”

    This could all just be cut down to ”We have no clue what’s happening in Chad.”

  10. Thinkingthing XII | April 20, 2021 at 2:11 PM | Reply

    i know nothing about him but the fact he died in battle instantly gives him my respect

  11. Always have to make sure your bodyguards are paid more than anyone else!!

  12. Loretta Palma | April 20, 2021 at 2:26 PM | Reply

    I hope things get in the best interest for Chad citizens beyond France and USA

  13. Sorry to hear this. War isnt anyones friend. Prayers out to the people in chad.

  14. “In Johannesburg, keeping a close eye on what’s going on in Chad”🤔 Those with but a modicum of geographical knowledge would have just blown their beverage through their nostrils!

  15. The SuperHeart . Org Foundation | April 20, 2021 at 3:32 PM | Reply

    You’re an interesting species. An interesting mix. You’re capable of such beautiful dreams, and such horrible nightmares. You feel so lost, so cut off, so alone, only you’re not. See, in all our searching, the only thing we’ve found that makes the emptiness bearable, is each other!

  16. “In Johannesburg keeping a close eye in Chad”? Wooow! 😹😹😹

  17. Blip Machine | April 20, 2021 at 5:06 PM | Reply

    Dying on the frontline for his country. Truly a Chad!

  18. He became President when I was first in Chad in 1990 with the Legion, did my second visit about 15 yrs later.

  19. Dying in the frontline as a head of a state.I even don’t remember the last european king who shared the same fate.Whatever he did, his dead desserves some respect.

  20. “Imagine a King who fights his own battles, wouldn’t that be a sight”
    respect

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