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I can’t blame these desperate Zambians. I feel sorry

PostPosted: 18th March 2019, 22:57
by Zambian
Dear Zambia,

I feel sorry that my fellow Zambians are forced to go be virtual slaves and suffer daily abuse and humiliation at the hands of the arab man, due to economic hardships. The arab man looks at foreign employees as slaves. There is no need here to sugarcoat this...



(I tried to copy and paste an article from BBC news that discusses an arrangement between the Zambian government and two arab countries to send 1,000 Zambian “ workers to the Middle East. However that article was flagged as spam by this website)

Re: I can’t blame these desperate Zambians. I feel sorry

PostPosted: 18th March 2019, 23:10
by Zambian
I went back and examined the BBC article word for word. I still can’t figure out why it was rejected as spam there were no foul words like fućk or motherfućker or bitch ass or dumb whòre or any of that.

So the only possible explanation is that the article was rejected by this website because the content is embarrassing to the Zambian government.

Re: I can’t blame these desperate Zambians. I feel sorry

PostPosted: 18th March 2019, 23:33
by Zambian
Took another look at the article and have another theory why this website flagged the article as spam.

Perhaps the mention of the Zambian government controlled newspaper is prohibited.

You know the newspaper I'm talking about? yes that one the begins with D, A, I, L, Y, - M, A, I, L.

I wonder why though. man! Zambian censorship is wack mwee

Re: I can’t blame these desperate Zambians. I feel sorry

PostPosted: 18th March 2019, 23:57
by Zambian
Maybe the forbidden word is the last name of the Zambian minister of finance Ms Margaret Mwana******

I dare not say that taboo name