Tuesday, June 30, 2015


Looting the country's riches by liquefying the natural assets of the nation through the creation of companies under the name of family and members of the ruling elite of the MPLA Regime 

70% of the Population lives under $2 US dollars a day


Information Last Updated: 18 February 2014

The personal fortune of Mr. José Eduardo dos Santos 
is estimated to be $20 Billion US Dollars or 14 Billion Euros 
(Estimated in 2013)

From Rags to Riches

José Eduardo dos Santos was known to only have one suit and two white shirts in the city of Brazzaville in (1963-1970), José Eduardo dos Santos is son of a stone mason and was born in the Island of Sao Tome, and doesn't speak any African Native Language, only fluent in Portuguese and Russian.


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With more than $20 Billion USD  (2013 Estimate)
1 - José Eduardo dos Santos, President of the Republic

Isabel dos Santos (Daughter): First Born 1973 Isabel dos Santos assets worth $3 Billion US Dollars, the Richest woman in Africa  

José Filomeno de Sousa dos Santos (Son): Born in 1977 from Jose Eduardo dos Santos second wife Luísa Perdigão Abrantes. He manages $5 Billion US Dollars in funds and assets

With more than $100 Million USD
2 - General Leopoldino Fragoso do Nascimento, (The US$750 Million Dollar Man), Member of the National Assembly
3 - José Leitão, Chief of the Civil House of Luanda
4 - Elisio de Figueiredo, Ambassador
5 - João de Matos, General
6 - Higino Carneiro, Minister of Public Works
7 - Helder Vieira Dias (Kopelipa), General
8 - António Mosquito, Businessman
9 - Valentim Amões, Businessman
10 - Sebastião Lavrador, Banker
11 - José Severino, Businessman

12 - Joaquim Duarte da Costa David, Minister of Industry
13 - Manuel Vicente, Ex-Executive of the National Oil Company Sonangol, Vice President of Angola
14 - Abilio Sianga, Administrator of the National Oil Company Sonangol
15 - Mário Palhares, Executive of Bank BAI
16 - Aguinaldo Jaime, Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister
17 - França Ndalu, General in Reserve
18 - Amaro Taty, Governor of Province of Bié
19 - Noé Baltazar, Director Delegate of ASCORP
20 - Desidério Costa, Minister of Petroleum

21 - José Filomeno de Sousa dos Santos, son of the Dictaror & Chairman Fundo Soberano de Angola
With more than $50 Million dollars but less than $100 Million Dollars
22 - João Lourenço, Secretary General of the MPLA Party
23 - Isaac dos Anjos, Ambassador
24 - Faustino Muteka, Minister of the Administration of the Territory
25 - António Vandúnem, Secretary of the Council of Ministers

26 - Dumilde Rangel, Governor of the Province of Benguela

27 - Salomão José Luheto Xirimbimbi, Minister of Fisheries
28 - Jardim, Ex-Minister of Fisheries
29 - Dino Matross, 1°.Vice-Presidente da Assembleia Nacional
30 - Álvaro Carneiro, Ex-Director Adjunto da Endiama
31 - Flávio Fernandes, Ex-PCA da Multiperfil
32 - Fernando Miala, Ex-Director of the Services of Security of the State
33 - Armindo César, Businessman
34 - Ramos da Cruz, Governor of the Province of Huila
35 - Gomes Maiato, Governor of the Province of Lunda-Norte
36 - João E. dos Santos, Governor of the Province of Moxico
37 - Gonçalves Muandumba, Governor of the Province of Lunda-Sul
38 - Aníbal Rocha, Ex-Governor of Cabinda
39 - Ludy Kissassunda, Governor of the Province of Zaire
40 - Luiz Paulino dos Santos, Ex-Governor of the Province of Bié
41 - Paulo Kassoma, Governor of the Province of Huambo
42 - Rui Santos, Businessman
43 - Mário António, Member of the Political Bureau of the MPLA Party and ADM. of GEFI
44 - Silva Neto, Ex-Administrator of the National Oil Company Sonangol Distribution
45 - Júlio Bessa, Ex-Minister of Finances
46 - Paixão Franco, President of FDES
47 - Mello Xavier, Member of the National Assembly and Businessman
48 - Kundi-Payhama, Ex-Minister of Defence
49 - Ismael Diogo, President of the Company FESA
50 - Maria Mambo Café (Diseased), Ex-Member of the Political Bureau of the MPLA Party
51 - Augusto Tomás, Member of the National Assembly
52 - Generoso de Almeida, PCA DO BCI
53 - Luiz Faceira, General
54 - Cirilo de Sá, General
55 - Adolfo Razoilo, General
56 - Gilberto Lutukuta, ex-Minister of Agriculture
57 - Simão Júnior-Empresário (Grupo Chamavo e Gema)
58 - Carlos Feijó, Assessor of the President of the Republic
59 - Armando da Cruz Neto, Chief of the Armed Forces FAA
60 - Fernando Borges, Business man


MPLA Regime No.1
José Eduardo dos Santos, in power since 1979

They say that because they are black they will not be noticed and they where told to learn portuguese. The first platoon arrived in Angola between the 5 and 8 of October 2007, on the 24 of October 2007 arrived the second platoon. And in the old Cuban Communist fashion they where put to work at once, on the same day. They are administered by a Coronel.

The last time Cuban troops provided the private security of the Angolan President was under Agostinho Neto in the first years of Angola Independence.

On the 27 of May 1977, used the Cuban military men to suppress and kill the internal MPLA faction lead by Nito Alves.

The Cuban Forces took over the Rádio Nacional de Angola, the barracks of the elite forces that formed the 9ª Brigade, and the Prison of S. Paulo, where the so called "nitistas" where in the morning of that day.

In the book livro Purga em Angola, it gives an account of that day the 27 of May, Dalila Cabrita and Álvaro Mateus say that around 10:00 AM Agostinho Neto contacts Fidel Castro, reporting to him the events with alarm of the happenings in the City of Luanda, which in his words was taken by vandals and with the danger of an invasion from Zairian and South African Forces, which became known as  «Operação Cobra». (snake operation)"

The presence of Cuban Military men in Angola is contrary to the quadripartite treaties of13 December 1988, the "Acordos de New York", singed between Angola, Cuba, South Africa under the UN supervision, that made provisions for the withdrawal of Cuban and South Africa troops from the war theatre and the implementation of Resolution 435 that allowed the independence of Namibia.

1 comment:

Phyllis Carter said...

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