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Around Kinshasa
The challenge of taking pictures in Kinshasa is that you can't actually take pictures of people.  It's a strange paranoid, xenophobic policy the government has had in place to prevent foreigners from "spying."  The law actually says you can't take pictures of current or former military officers and certain government staff which means it could be anyone.  So, you have to sneak pics when you can which is why this section is kind of empty.


 

Driving along the river

Congo river

Kinshasa's suburbs

Driving out of town

Lots of unpaved roads

Chinese restaurant

There's always one


 
 

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our village idiot


""Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we."




"I want to thank the astronauts who are with us, the courageous spacial entrepreneurs who set such a wonderful example for the young of our country."




"Had we to do it over again, we would look at the consequences of catastrophic success, being so successful so fast that an enemy that should have surrendered or been done in escaped and lived to fight another day."