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Exile 'merican mamzers to Liberia

Take five minutes to complete the Poll on Exiling Blacks

 

LIBERIA ESTABLISHED FOR MAMZERS

http://allafrica.com/stories/200110100031.html

Monrovia Offers Support

 

President Charles Taylor of Liberia has said that the global coalition formed to fight terrorism can use Liberia's airport facilities and airspace.

Speaking from the executive mansion, Mr. Taylor said: "The fight is just" and promised that Liberia "will remain on the side of good."

He also pledged to contribute additional assistance, saying: "We are not ruling out the possibility of providing troops, neither are we taking it off the table, it all depends on what is requested."

Meanwhile, Senegal, where 90 percent of the population is Muslim, has issued a statement asking United States citizens to take safety precautions.

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It's a nice gesture:  but the airport is closed!

http://www.thetravelsite.com/Dests/DGAfrica/gLiber/airport.html

Roberts International Airport
About 35 miles outside of Monrovia, is closed.

Limited daytime service via Monrovia's Spriggs Payne Airfield exists to Freetown, Sierra Leone and Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. Be aware that security at Spriggs Payne Airfield is extremely lax; neither luggage nor passengers subject to any formal security checks prior to boarding.

No major international carriers serve Monrovia. Overland routes to Sierra Leone closed to travel, while travel to Cote d'Ivoire, although reported open on some routes, subject to strict border control.

Tax & Customs: Duty Free Allowance - 200 cigarettes or 25 cigars or 250g tobacco products; 1 liter of alcoholic beverages; 100g (4 fl oz) of perfume; goods to US$125. 

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LON  to  MLW  Departure Date:  30  Nov  2002
MLW  to  LON  Return Date:  17  Jan  2003
Total fares in search result: 16 Search again

All airfares and taxes are per person. The tax shown is approximate as we can only confirm the final amounts once we have completed your reservation and know the exact details of your itinerary. The final amount will include all pre-payable Government taxes, airport and airline duties, plus between �3-�10 Scheduled Airline Failure cover per person.

 

From To Airline Cabin
Class
Min
Stay
Max
Stay
Fare    Fare/Tax
Type    (�)
LCY ROB SN econ 7 n 2 m ADT 
547
/
37.10
Total fares in search result: 16 Search again

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http://www.azworldairports.com/airports/p1940rob.htm

A~Z WORLD AIRPORTS ONLINE

LIBERIA

Home Page | Contact Us | Advertisers | Liberia other airports | Country Index

Country Code: +231 ~ IDD Access Code: 00 ~ Time Zone: GMT ~ Business Language: English

Monrovia-Roberts Field Airport (ROB/GLRB)

Monrovia, Roberts Airport, Liberia, Box 1, Roberts Field, Monrovia
Monrovia, Roberts Airport, Liberia, Monrovia

 

Tel: +231 721030/1, 721039, 223913

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� A-Z Information Ltd

http://www.africast.com/country_travel.php?strCountry=Liberia

Travelling Around
Air: There are presently no flights within Liberia.
Sea/River: There is a passenger service between Monrovia and Buchanan. Unscheduled coastal steamers may sometimes take passengers
Rail: Three lines run inland from the coast. All are primarily used for the transport of mining produce from the interior, but the privately-owned LAMCO line operates a daily passenger/freight service from Buchanan to Yekepa, near the border with C�te d'Ivoire and Guinea.
Road: Traffic drives on the right. Difficulties in bypassing lagoons and bridging river estuaries often result in long detours and delays along the coast. Main roads are from Monrovia to Buchanan and from Monrovia to Sanniquellie with branches to Ganta and Harper. Many of the smaller roads are still untarred. Vehicle transport is limited.

http://www.tradeport.org/ts/countries/liberia/mrr/mark0004.html

TITLE:                   TRAVEL CONDITIONS

SUBJECT COUNTRY(IES):    LIBERIA

POST OF ORIGIN:          LIBERIA

SERIES:                  INTERNATIONAL MARKET INSIGHT (IMI)

ITA INDUSTRY CODE:       ZSV

DATE OF REPORT (YYMMDD): 990114

DELETION DATE (YYMMDD):  200114

AUTHOR:

APPROVING OFFICER:

OFFICER'S TITLE:

NUMBER OF PAGES:

INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT, U.S. & FOREIGN COMMERCIAL SERVICE AND
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 1999.  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED OUTSIDE OF
THE UNITED STATES.


SUBJECT: CONSULAR INFORMATION SHEET - LIBERIA

1. WARNING: THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE WARNS U.S.  CITIZENS
AGAINST TRAVEL TO LIBERIA DUE TO THE UNSTABLE SECURITY
SITUATION. THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AUTHORIZED THE
DEPARTURE OF PERSONNEL IN NON-EMERGENCY POSITIONS AND ALL
FAMILY MEMBERS OF U.S.EMBASSY PERSONNEL ON SEPTEMBER 19,
1998.

AFTER ARMED CLASHES IN SEPTEMBER 1998, SECURITY CONDITIONS
IN MONROVIA HAVE IMPROVED, BUT REMAIN UNSETTLED. THE
PRESENCE OF NUMEROUS ARMED, ILL-DISCIPLINED AND POORLY
TRAINED GOVERNMENT SECURITY PERSONNEL CONSTITUTES A
POTENTIAL DANGER.  IN ADDITION, THE NORTHWESTERN PART OF
THE COUNTRY IS UNSETTLED AS REBEL ACTIVITY IN SIERRA LEONE
CONTINUES TO AFFECT THE- STABILITY ALONG THE SIERRA
LEONE/LIBERIA BORDER. TRAVEL ANYWHERE IN LIBERIA AFTER
DARK IS DISCOURAGED.

U.S. CITIZENS IN LIBERIA SHOULD REMAIN IN CONTACT WITH THE
EMBASSY AND CONSIDER THEIR OWN PERSONAL SECURITY SITUATIONS
IN DETERMINING WHETHER TO REMAIN IN THE COUNTRY.

2. COUNTRY DESCRIPTION: LIBERIA IS A DEVELOPING WEST
AFRICAN COUNTRY WHICH IS RECOVERING FROM SEVEN YEARS OF
DEVASTATING CIVIL WAR (1990-97) -  ALTHOUGH A DEMOCRATICALLY
ELECTED GOVERNMENT WAS INSTALLED IN AUGUST 1997, LIMITED
PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE TOWARD THE FOLLOWING GOALS:
RESETTLEMENT OF REFUGEES AND DISPLACED PERSONS,
REINTEGRATION OF FORMER COMBATANTS, RECONSTRUCTION OF THE
COUNTRY'S INFRASTRUCTURE, RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE
RULE OF LAW, A STABLE ENVIRONMENT FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT,
AND THE ELIMINATION OF CORRUPTION. TOURISM FACILITIES ARE
POOR OR, IN MANY CASES, NONEXISTENT.

3. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: A PASSPORT AND VISA ARE REQUIRED, AS
IS EVIDENCE OF A YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION. UPON ARRIVAL,
LIBERIAN IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES PLACE AN ENTRY STAMP
INDICATING THAT THE ARRIVING FOREIGNER MUST REPORT TO THE
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION WITHIN 48 HOURS TO
OBTAIN AN EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY STAY, WHICH COSTS USD 25.
AN EXIT PERMIT MUST BE OBTAINED FROM LIBERIAN IMMIGRATION
AUTHORITIES BEFORE DEPARTURE.    EURTHER INFORMATION ON
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR LIBERIA CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA, 5201 16TH STREET, N.W.,
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20011. THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ARE (202)
723-0437 TO 723-0440.

4. AREAS OF INSTABILITY: THE ABILITY OF LIBERIA'S SECURITY
FORCES TO MAINTAIN LAW AND ORDER IN THE COUNTRYSIDE IS OPEN
TO QUESTION, AND TRAVELERS SHOULD CHECK WITH THE U.S.
EMBASSY CONSULAR SECTION OR SECURITY OFFICE BEFORE
UNDERTAKING TRAVEL OUTSIDE MONROVIA. U.S. GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYEES REQUIRE SPECIAL EMBASSY AUTHORIZATION TO TRAVEL
OUTSIDE THE GREATER MONROVIA AREA. TRAVELERS ARE ADVISED TO
AVOID THE NORTHWEST OF LIBERIA AS CONTINUED INSTABILITY AND
STRIFE IN SOUTHEASTERN SIERRA LEONE HEIGHTEN GOVERNMENT
SENSITIVITY ABOUT SECURITY IN THE BORDER AREA.

5. MEDICAL FACILITIES: HOSPITALS AND MEDICAL FACILITIES
ARE POORLY EQUIPPED AND BARELY CAPABLE OF PROVIDING BASIC
SERVICES.  MEDICINES ARE SCARCE OR OFTEN UNAVAILABLE IN
MOST AREAS. DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS OFTEN EXPECT IMMEDIATE
CASH PAYMENT FOR HEALTH SERVICES.  THE MEDICARE/MEDICAID
PROGRAM DOES NOT PROVIDE FOR PAYMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICES
OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.

CHECK WITH YOUR OWN INSURANCE COMPANY TO CONFIRM WHETHER
YOUR POLICY APPLIES OVERSEAS, INCLUDING PROVISION FOR
MEDICAL EVACUATION. ASCERTAIN WHETHER PAYMENT WILL BE MADE
TO THE OVERSEAS HOSPITAL OR DOCTOR OR WHETHER YOU WILL BE

REIMBURSED LATER FOR EXPENSES YOU INCUR. SOME INSURANCE
POLICIES ALSO INCLUDE COVERAGE FOR PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT
AND FOR DISPOSITION OF REMAINS IN THE EVENT OF DEATH.
USEFUL INFORMATION ON MEDICAL EMERGENCIES ABROAD, INCLUDING
OVERSEAS INSURANCE PROGRAMS, IS PROVIDED IN THE DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, BUREAU OF CONSULAR AFFAIRS BROCHURE "MEDICAL
INFORMATION FOR AMERICANS TRAVELING ABROAD," AVAILABLE VIA
ITS HOME PAGE AT HTTP://TRAVEL.STATE.GOV AND AUTOFAX
SERVICE AT (202) 647-3000.

INFORMATION ON VACCINATIONS AND OTHER HEALTH PRECAUTIONS
MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND
PREVENTION'S INTERNATIONAL TRAVELER'S HOTLINE AT TELEPHONE
1/877-FYI-TRIP (1-877-394-8747) ; FAX, L-888-CDC-FAXX
(1-888-232-3299); OR BY VISITING THE CDC INTERNET HOME PAGE
AT HTTP://WWW.CDC.GOV.

6. INFORMATION ON CRIME: MONROVIA'S CRIME RATE IS HIGH.
THEFT AND ASSAULT ARE MAJOR PROBLEMS AND OCCUR MORE
FREQUENTLY DURING HOURS OF DARKNESS. FOREIGNERS, INCLUDING
U.S. CITIZENS, HAVE BEEN TARGETS OF STREET CRIME AND
ROBBERY.  RESIDENTIAL ARMED BREAK-INS ARE COMMON. THE
POLICE ARE ILL-EQUIPPED AND LARGELY INCAPABLE OF PROVIDING
EFFECTIVE PROTE?TION.

THE LOSS OR THEFT ABROAD OF A U.S. PASSPORT SHOULD BE
REPORTED IMMEDIATELY TO LOCAL POLICE AND TO THE NEAREST
U.S. EMBASSY OR CONSULATE.  THE PAMPHLETS "A SAFE TRIP
ABROAD" AND "TIPS FOR TRAVELERS TO SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA"
PROVIDE USEFUL INFORMATION ON PERSONAL SECURITY WHILE
TRAVELING ABROAD AND ON TRAVEL IN THE REGION IN GENERAL.
BOTH ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS,
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20402,
VIA THE INTERNET AT HTTP://WWW.ACCESS.GPO.GOV/SU-DOCS, OR
VIA THE BUREAU OF CONSULAR AFFAIRS HOME PAGE AT
HTTP: //TRAVEL. STATE. GOV.

7. TRAFFIC SAFETY AND ROAD CONDITIONS: WHILE IN A FOREIGN
COUNTRY, U.S. CITIZENS MAY ENCOUNTER ROAD CONDITIONS, WHICH
DIFFER SIGNIFICANTLY FROM THOSE IN THE UNITED STATES. THE
INFORMATION BELOW CONCERNING LIBERIA IS PROVIDED FOR
GENERAL REFERENCE ONLY, AND MAY NOT BE TOTALLY ACCURATE IN
A PARTICULAR LOCATION OR CIRCUMSTANCE.

SAFETY OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:     POOR
URBAN ROAD CONDITIONS/MAINTENANCE:   POOR
RURAL ROAD CONDITIONS/MAINTENANCE:   POOR TO NONEXSISTENT
AVAILABILITY OF ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE: POOR TO NONEXSISTENT

ROAD TRAVEL CAN BE HAZARDOUS. CARS, TRUCKS,   AND TAXIS ARE
FREQUENTLY OVERLOADED WITH PEOPLE AND GOODS AND MAKE
FREQUENT STOPS WITHOUT SIGNALING.   MANY VEHICLES OPERATE
WITH THREADBARE TIRES AND BLOWOUTS ARE COMMON.  THERE ARE
NO OPERATING TRAFFIC LIGHTS, SO INTERSECTIONS SHOULD BE
APPROACHED WITH CAUTION.   THERE ARE ALSO NO PUBLIC STREET
LIGHTS; PEDESTRIANS IN MONROVIA'S STREETS AND THOSE WALKING
ON COUNTRY ROADS ARE DIFFICULT TO SEE AT NIGHT. DRIVERS
AND PEDESTRIANS ARE CAUTIONED THAT HIGH-SPEED CAR CONVOYS
CARRYING GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS WILL FORCE VEHICLES TO PULL
OFF THE ROAD UNTIL THEY HAVE PASSED.

ALTHOUGH IT IS POSSIBLE TO TRAVEL OVERLAND TO AND FROM COTE
D'IVOIRE AND GUINEA, TRAVELERS SHOULD EXPECT FREQUENT
DELAYS AT GOVERNMENT SECURITY CHECKPOINTS, AS WELL AS TIME
CONSUMING DETOURS AROUND THE MANY BRIDGES AND ROADS THAT
WERE DAMAGED DURING THE CIVIL WAR OR BY THE HEAVY ANNUAL
RAINS WHICH OCCUR FROM MAY TO NOVEMBER. TRAVELERS CAN
EXPECT STRICT ENFORCEMENT OF BORDER CONTROLS BY LIBERIAN,
IVOIRIAN, AND GUINEAN AUTHORITIES.

8.   COUNTRY INFRASTRUCTURE: LODGING, WATER, ELECTRICITY,
FUEL, TRANSPORTATION,  AND TELEPHONE SERVICES ARE UNEVENLY
AVAILABLE IN LIBERIA.  THEY ARE NONEXISTENT OR SEVERELY
LIMITED IN RURAL AREAS. COMMERCIAL POWER IS GENERALLY NOT
AVAILABLE IN MOST PARTS OF MONROVIA. FEW FACILITIES AND
HOMES HAVE TELEPHONES, AND DISRUPTION OF TELEPHONE SERVICES
IS COMMON.  PUBLIC MAIL DELIVERY IS VERY UNRELIABLE, BUT
COMMERCIAL AIR COURIER SERVICE IS AVAILABLE THROUGH DHL.

9.   CURRENCY REGULATIONS: THE U.S. DOLLAR IS LEGAL TENDER
IN LIBERIA. WHILE THE OFFICIAL RATE OF EXCHANGE IS ONE
U.S. DOLLAR TO ONE LIBERIAN DOLLAR, THE STREET RATE IS
SUBSTANTIALLY DIFFERENT AND VARIES CONSIDERABLY. IN
DECEMBER 1998, THE STREET RATE WAS 35-40 LIBERIAN DOLLARS
TO ONE U.S. DOLLAR.  THE USE OF TRAVELER'S CHECKS IS
SUBJECT TO SUBSTANTIAL FEES AND NOT ALL COMMERCIAL
ESTABLISHMENTS ACCEPT THEM.  CREDIT CARDS ARE NOT ACCEPTED
ANYWHERE IN LIBERIA.

10.  PHOTOGRAPHY RESTRICTIONS: TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS OF
MILITARY INSTALLATIONS, AIR AND SEAPORTS, AND IMPORTANT
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS IS RESTRICTED. VISITORS SHOULD
REFRAIN FROM TAKING PICTURES OF ANY SITES OR ACTIVITIES,
INCLUDING OFFICIAL MOTORCADES, THAT MIGHT BE CONSIDERED
SENSITIVE.

11.  DRUG PENALTIES: U.S. CITIZENS ARE SUBJECT TO THE LAWS
OF THE COUNTRY IN WHICH THEY ARE TRAVELING. PENALTIES FOR
POSSESSION, USE OR TRAFFICKING IN ILLEGAL DRUGS ARE STRICT
AND CONVICTED OFFENDERS CAN EXPECT JAIL SENTENCES AND
FINES.

12. AVIATION SAFETY OVERSIGHT: AS THERE IS NO DIRECT
COMMERCIAL AIR SERVICE BY LOCAL CARRIERS AT PRESENT, OR
ECONOMIC AUTHORITY TO OPERATE SUCH SERVICE, BETWEEN THE
U.S. AND LIBERIA, THE U.S. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
(FAA) HAS NOT ASSESSED LIBERIA'S CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
FOR COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL AVIATION SAFETY
STANDARDS.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,  TRAVELERS MAY CONTACT
THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION WITHIN THE U.S. AT 1-800-
322-7873, OR VISIT THE FAA'S INTERNET HOME PAGE AT
HTTP://WWW.FAA.GOV/AVR/IASA.HTM. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE (DOD) SEPARATELY ASSESSES SOME FOREIGN AIR CARRIERS
FOR SUITABILITY AS OFFICIAL PROVIDERS OF AIR SERVICES. FOR
INFORMATION REGARDING DOD POLICY ON SPECIFIC CARRIERS,


ALL COMMERCIAL AIR SERVICE TO MONROVIA NOW ARRIVES AT
ROBERTS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT  (RIA), LOCATED 35 MILES
(APPROXIMATELY ONE HOUR BY CAR) OUTSIDE MONROVIA. VERY
LIMITED DAYTIME AIR SERVICE EXISTS TO FREETOWN, SIERRA
LEONE; CONAKRY, GUINEA; ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE; AND ACCRA,
GHANA.  MOST AIRLINES DO NOT MEET WESTERN STANDARDS OF
PUNCTUALITY, SECURITY, OR SERVICE. LUGGAGE AND PASSENGERS
UNDERGO INSPECTION PRIOR TO BOARDING. CONDITIONS AT THE
AIRPORT UPON ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE ARE FREQUENTLY CROWDED
AND CHAOTIC AS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TO MONROVIA IS NOT
ALWAYS AVAILABLE. TRAVELERS SHOULD ATTEMPT TO MAKE
ARRANGEMENTS FOR AN EXPEDITER AND CHAUFFEUR THROUGH THEIR
HOTEL, EMPLOYER, OR BUSINESS ASSOCIATES.

13.  EMBASSY LOCATION/REGISTRATION: U.S. CITIZENS ARE
STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO REGISTER AND TO OBTAIN UPDATED
INFORMATION ON TRAVEL AND SECURITY IN LIBERIA AT THE
CONSULAR SECTION OF THE U.S. EMBASSY AT 111 UNITED NATIONS
DRIVE, MAMBA POINT, MONROVIA, LIBERIA. TELEPHONE: (231)
226-370, FAX: (231) 226-154. U.S. CITIZENS WHO WISH TO
WRITE TO THE AMERICAN EMBASSY MAY ADDRESS LETTERS TO THE
AMERICAN EMBASSY MONROVIA, CONSULAR SECTION, WASHINGTON,
D.C.  20521-8800. CONSULAR ASSISTANCE IN LIBERIA IS
LIMITED TO THE GREATER MONROVIA AREA.

14.  THIS REPLACES THE CONSULAR INFORMATION SHEET DATED
OCTOBER 29, 1996 TO UPDATE THE TRAVEL WARNING AND SECTIONS

ON AREAS OF INSTABILITY, COUNTRY INFRASTRUCTURE, AND TO ADD
SECTIONS ON TRAFFIC SAFETY AND ROAD CONDITIONS, CURRENCY
REGULATIONS, PHOTOGRAPHY RESTRICTIONS AND AVIATION SAFETY
OVERSIGHT.

15. DEPARTMENT OF STATE TRAVEL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT
INTERNET ADDRESS: HTTP://TRAVEL.STATE.GOV. U.S. TRAVELERS
MAY HEAR RECORDED INFORMATION BY CALLING THE DEPARTMENT OF
STATE IN WASHINGTON, D.C. AT 202-64V-5225 FROM A TOUCH-TONE
TELEPHONE, OR RECEIVE INFORMATION BY AUTOMATED FAX BY
DIALING 202-647-3000 FROM THEIR FAX MACHINE.

16. MINIMIZE CONSIDERED.
ALBRIGHT     

Source: U. S. Department of Commerce - National Trade Data Bank, November 3, 2000

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TRAITOR McCain

jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law

f.ck Jesus--from a "news" person!!

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