Let the Blood Flow
By: Ray M. K. Atitsogbui

Let the Blood Flow <BR>By: Ray M. K. Atitsogbui
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    ISBN: 1-59824-164-8
    Edition: Paperback, 149 Pages
    Publication Date: March 7, 2006
    This work is on military intervention in politics in developing countries. The plot of activities is set in the West African state of the Republic of Ghana, as an example of where such coups d’etat had constantly taken place and brought about cases of human rights abuses. It is only highlighting the brutality military personnel incur on civilian populations not only in Ghana but wherever such military actions take place. The work wants to insight peace lovers to do their best to stop such barbaric attitudes around the globe. Though some of these countries have embarked on democratic reforms, there are still quite a number of military rules, which retard the development of those countries. Most of these military personnel are never accountable to the public even when they leave office. The military should be advised to concentrate their activities on external enemy interventions, be ready to protect the people and the whole security of the country. Finally, my intention is to express greatest disgust at the excessive use of military forces in any situation at a given time because the people who suffer most are civilians.