The President of ECIPS Ricardo Baretzky said this morning in TV interview with RT International.
He warned that a World Order in the Judicial system is necessary and African leaders has to be accountable for their negligence to react knowingly that the ISIS footprint has rapidly increased over the last few years in accordance with ECIPS reports as previously indicated.
This comes after yesterday’s Terror attack in West Africa in the Burkina Faso hotel that left 27 dead including four Al Qaeda extremists.
The ECIPS also warned tourists that cheap holiday destinations such as that in Africa could come at a human price and that at present all European tourists are at risks when abroad. The ECIPS is expected to release a report on the development of terror organization in Africa spreading to the southern tip of South Africa early next month.
It is clear that African leaders don’t do enough to protect tourists and need to be accountable when they fail to protect tourists, whilst benefiting from the tourists’ income. Recent tourist advertisements in Africa have painted a view of a cheap holiday and secure destinations, and in many countries in Africa, the local media may not publish any information on these local terror attacks. The African financial system earns as much as 42% from international tourism, mostly from Europe and Asia.
The President Baretzky said that African leaders have to know there is something called an international tribunal court, and the ECIPS is ready to call action in accountability when necessary. This simply got many African states concerned, as it means they can’t hide behind the old facade they are used to, and may face a radical shake up, a World Order of the judicial system soon.
Cathy Jones WNT News