Wednesday, February 14, 2007

10,000 Days Ago Today

September 29, 1979: Francisco Macías Nguema (pictured), despotic president of Equatorial Guinea, was executed after having been found guilty of genocide weeks earlier. The execution had to be carried out by Morroccan soliders because Equatoguinean troops believed Macías Nguema to have magical powers.


Blogger John Wesley said...

Despots must not be allowed to control our society, as their very existance is anathama to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

I should like to offer my most humble salutations and felicitations on this festal day of St. Valentine. I have the highest regard for our community, the “Methoblog” and wish we could make acquaintance under more auspicious circumstances as I am sure that these acquaintances may yet become a valuable and enriching friendship as we exhort and instruct each other to be conformed in the image of Christ.

I remain God’s most humble servant,

John Wesley

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