The global blogosphere is a very dynamic place to be. FOKO has been online for only less than a week now and the greetings we received have been quite overwhelming. We are quite honored and we will do our best to be worthy of such a warm welcome. However, the blogosphere is also a place of total freedom of expression which is its greatest strength but also its greatest weakness.
One misguided website used the name of our project and our banner to make the very sad and idiotic point that Madagascar and Africans in general would be better served if our people were sterilized. the author figures that somehow that would be the solution for ending deforestation and health care problems. All of you have figured that this person's diatribe is not worth spending more of your time. We also thought so. However, we could not stand the fact that our new cherished project would be associated indirectly with a message of hate, an insult to all Africans and mankind in general. Advocating for letting Africans die is not acceptable and we will not stand for Foko to be in the vicinity of such idiotic rethoric. So we ask one more time that the author of the post removes our name and our banner from his website. If as he claims, he really cares about Africa, he would do us a major favor by just ignoring FOKO, the project we pour our hearts and minds into. We would gladly return the favor and ignore your incoherent perspective on Madagascar and Africa in general.
Sir, we understand that it is your right to express your point of view, however pathetic it might be and misuse our work in the process. It's not too late to do the right thing: REMOVE the FOKO banner from your website.