There’s No Possibility of Technology Transfer To African Countries

Most of the foreign posture aid schemes correspond to the CIA book of field sabotage tactics.

By Mawuna Koutonin

I don’t believe in technology transfer nor training for industrial capabilities.
The first country to follow Britain industrialization was Belgium.

Then the Netherlands, then Germany, France, Italy.
None of these countries benefited from technology transfer or help from Britain. Instead they went on to spy, hijack engineers, stole the technologies to build their own capabilities.

Never Britain would do any technology transfer to those countries to lose its monopoly on industrial goods.

In the 19th century over 80% of the world industrial assets were in great Britain.
Japanese did not asked for technology transfer or training. They went their way to spy and steal.

Chinese the same. The Russian the same.
Only stupid countries, expecting a savior, would believe in willful technology transfer or training.


Beyond, the debate of the efficacy of technology transfer, things you learn on your own through craftiness, trial and error stick better and endure, contrary to five stars hotels sponsored skills transfer programs.


Most of the foreign posture aid schemes correspond to the CIA book of field sabotage tactics.

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