Monsieur le Président de la République
Palais de l'Elysée
55, rue du faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris, France
To his Excellence President Jacques Chirac:
June 10, 2003
We are not surprised to learn that you are the first President who has congratulated Gnassingbe Eyadema for stealing the June 1st 2003 election that CENI and the people of Togo are still contesting. No matter what you, Jacques Chirac and your cabinet do this time around; Eyadema will not see a single day in office in Togo. The people of Togo have not elected Gnassingbe Eyadema and will not accept him as their President.
Since you like Mr. Gnassingbe Eyadema so much and support him against the will of the people of Togo who are working to install democracy and the principles of democracy in their country, my advice to you his excellence President Jacques Chirac is to make Mr. Gnassingbe Eyadema an offer to come help you run France, if he is as good a person, a soldier, and a politician as you think. I strongly believe that the people of France will tell you their piece of mind shortly after he joins you in the Elysée.
President Jacques Chirac, your man will not be President of Togo this time despite your recent congratulations message. Your well planned public relations will not work this time. The people of Togo have spoken and their voices should be heard and not that of a bastard and stubborn individual whose company you have been awkwardly enjoying for reasons that we all know very well.
I hope you understand that we, the people of Togo have said NO to Eyadema and our voices should be heard and respected.
Mass, USA, June 10, 2003