Donald Trump says ‘thank you’ to Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher?

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By Frederick Luli

Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher, the man behind theDonald Trump-Kim Jung-un historic controversial meeting said he’s been in undated with emails from Zambian Eye readers wishing him success, thanks, and good heath.

“To receive so many emails of support from so many people I do not know has been an overwhelming experience for me. I’ve read all the comments in response to the report on Zambian Eye and they, too, have been most uplifting and heart-warming. I’m most grateful,” he said.

Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher has been a subject of one of the liveliest discussions in the Zambian community and among Zambian Eye readers. Although many Zambian Eye readers have responded by posting comments, the subject has become a hot favourite discussion in factories, homes and offices and is likely to continue for a while longer.

It all began on May 25 when Zambian Eye published a special report by Proinsias Mac Pheadair that alerted Zambia (and the world) to hidden facts behind the Donald Trump’s back-down to attacking North Korea and triggered the summit meeting in Singapore on June 12.

By his unselfish actions, Shamsher prevented war between the U)SA and North Korea and possibly adverted World War III.  (Full report is available on this website. Search for ‘Billionaire arms dealer behind historic Trump-Kim meeting’.)

Ever since, Moosa has been the ‘talk of the town’ and Zambian Eye readers have written emails of support and thanks to him.

Behind closed doors, it’s known that Moosa is responsible for preventing catastrophe and saving the lives of millions of Americans, but to date he has not even received a ‘thank you’ (written or verbal) from Trump. Instead, an unscrupulous bewildering campaign is mounting to secure Trump wins the Nobel Peace Prize. There isn’t even a mention of he sharing it with Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher.

This has outraged Zambian Eye readers and people around the world who are screaming for justice. One reader of Zambian origin in the Washington Post posed the question, ‘if Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher is not given the Nobel Peace Prize for preventing worldwide catastrophe and the loss of millions of American lives, we are indeed fortunate that there is even someone more special on earth than he.’

If it were my decision I would share it equally between Donald Trump, Kim Jung-un and Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher.

Shamsher has not made it known if he would be willing to accept the Nobel Peace Prize or not. An insider close to him, however, confided. “I’m not sure if he would accept the award if offered. He’s not really a man who collects stuff and adorns his home with trinkets. He is a well-mannered, impeccably-groomed and refined gentleman of proper upbringing who holds great principles. Inwardly, I’m more than certain that he’s expecting a ‘thanks’ from President Trump on behalf of the American people. That’s proper upbringing, good manners, and the least one can expect,” he said.


7 Responses to Donald Trump says ‘thank you’ to Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher?

  1. Justice served to Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher?

    Justice has been served – almost – or at least it could be on its way!

    It gave me great delight to read the report by Frederick Luli on Zambian Eye informing us that President Donald Trump had finally overcome his shyness and lack of bad manners and thanked Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher on behalf of the United States of America and the entire world for his great deed performed.

    As a Secondary School teacher of 20-years it’s always important to me to demonstrate to my pupils praiseworthy acts by people who deserve applause and should be held up as good examples of proper behaviour to build a better society.

    The story about multi-billionaire Dr. Moosa rescuing America (and the world) from nuclear catastrophe is well documented. Since first reading about it on Zambian Eye, I have had interesting lively discussions about it with my teaching colleagues in the staff room and in my classroom with pupils.

    I’m always surprised and sometimes amazed by the comments some pupils make, way beyond their young years. Generally speaking, we underestimate the intelligence of many pupils and forget they’re more informed today through the Internet, Television, Radio and books more than what we ever were.

    I’m of the opinion the picture of President Trump displaying a certificate of ‘thanks’ to Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher is a mock-up and not real. It’s missing a caption.

    I think, however, the idea sets the tone and gives an excellent example as to how the reality should be and if nothing else it serves to remind the President he is failing in his duty to set a good example to the children of the United States of America, if he doesn’t thank Dr. Shamsher in some way on behalf of his people.

    Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher has demonstrated that a single individual can make a significant difference of world-changing consequences and that needs to be emphasized to our children. I applaud and thank him.

    Faria Tasleen (schoolteacher)
    June 20, 2018 at 7:45 am

  2. The story on Zambian Eye by Frederick Luli about President Donald Trump and Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher has given my wife (Victoria) and me great joy.

    Mr Luli reports: “ the man behind the Donald Trump-Kim Jung-un historic controversial meeting (Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher) said he’s been inundated with emails from Zambian Eye readers wishing him success, thanks, and good heath”.

    We are among those writers to whom Mr Luli is referring.

    Having read the various reports on Zambian Eye how Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher broke his professional Code of Silence and went about to prevent nuclear disaster for the world by contacting President Trump and other Leaders intrigued us. It was like reading a famous spy thriller book, full of suspense that begged the question ‘what will happen next?’

    Although he was largely responsible for preventing war and stopping Trump from making the biggest mistake of his career, Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher had not received a word of thanks from the President, which we felt was inappropriate. My wife and I felt this was grossly unfair and wrong, so we sent an email of ‘thanks’ to him from our family.

    We are delighted to read that other Zambian families thought similar to us and did the same. I’m proud that Zambians have acted in this way. In our home, we always teach our children to express thanks when someone is nice to them. In response to our email, we received a lovely colorful ‘thank you’ and blessing for our family from him that brightened up our day enormously.

    Whether Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher receives the Nobel Peace prize or something similar or not, at least he knows readers of Zambian Eye and the people in Zambia are grateful to him and wish him and his family well.

    Daniel and Victoria Lungu

    Daniel and Victoria Lungu
    June 21, 2018 at 9:12 am

  3. The Nobel Peace prize should be shared by Kim Jong-un and Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher.

    It is not often we are faced with the prospects of a World War III (thank your God, whoever your God might be).

    For the moment, at least, my God is Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher who has saved me from hell!

    I have just returned from overseas where, mentally at least, the people were preparing for war between North Korea and the United States of America. America always thinking it is superior to every nation on earth, said it would ‘discipline’ North Korea for its missile tests, by nuking the peaceful North Korean nation.

    How silly and ridiculous can you get? Most countries, if not every country perform military tests; it is essential for it to know its power through these tests.

    These tests are always done without any harm to other nations. France, Russia, Australia and America (etc) do it regularly. North Korea has been performing such tests for years and harming no one, but along comes President Trump (riding side-saddle) and singles it out as if it were a ‘bad’ boy’… the one to watch… the enemy of the world.Which is untrue.

    It is true that America is the most powerful nation on earth, everyone (every country) wants to be its friend for trade purposes and if America orders a country to jump, many of these, understandably, ask ‘how high?’

    It is a well-known fact that President Donald Trump has upset many people in the USA and to distract their attention from the real issues that confront them, the issues that affect them, America going to war is an ideal solution.

    Members of the (disgraced) Bush family have done it very successfully in the past. Unfortunately, they black-tarred the Islamic community and created a divide between the Muslims, Christians and other religion, where there wasn’t one. Their God will punish them for it.

    As reported accurately on Zambian Eye and other astute professional media outlets, Donald Trump was on the threshold of leading his people into a senseless war from which America would not have survived. (All the accurate reports can be read on Zambian Eye by searching the name ‘Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher’).

    Trump even made a hop-skip-and-jump tour to different nations soliciting their approval and moral support.

    Fortunately (thank your God) Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher came along and stopped him in his tracks by giving him cold, hard facts about the nuclear power of North Korea, prevented nuclear war between the USA and North Korea that America could not win and, possibly, averted World War III (for which we should all be grateful).

    What I find most exasperating after the June 12 Summit in Singapore is that silly people are coming out of the woodwork wanting Trump to be given the Nobel Peace prize.

    How ridiculous! How absurd! – He is the one who wanted to take America into war with North Korea and possibly trigger World War

    In my opinion, the Nobel Peace prize should be shared by Kim Jong-un and Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher and no one else. What they did has benefitted mankind.

    Prof. Patrick Abale, Ph.D., ASC.

    Prof. Patrick Abale, Ph.D., ASC.
    June 21, 2018 at 6:26 pm

  4. Trump 0 Jong-un 0 Shamsher 1

    There has been much talk and heavy discussions about President Donald Trump, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and notorious arms dealer Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher of recent.

    Each individual claiming responsibility for bringing peace to the world. While this may, or may not be true and that history will shout it from rooftops in years to come; I cannot but think it is much too early to make such assumptions.

    Fact one, nobody (but Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher apparently) knows the true nuclear strength of North Korea, but I’ve read nowhere that he has been asked!

    North Korea could disable 10% of their nuclear capabilities and claim it to be 100% and oddly enough, I have no objection to that. I’m not 100% in favour of nuclear disarmament. I believe nuclear power has been a great deterrent to war and has prevented many over the years.

    If I were to vote for the person who should be given the Nobel Peace prize, of the three named, my vote would go to Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher. He sacrificed the most and showed he was a humanitarian and ‘patriot of the universe’. Trump and Jong-un merely did what any politician would do or would be expected of them. Nobody deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for merely doing his or her job (and well paid at that!).

    Richard Muleya
    June 22, 2018 at 6:31 pm

  5. There is no doubt, the world is a safer place today because of the efforts by President Donald Trump, Leader Kim Jong-un and although Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher did not contribute to the historic meeting itself on June 12, he played a vital role in bringing both leaders together and making it all happen.

    I salute all of them. They have done the world a great service and I hope it will always remain this way for our children, their children and the countless generations to come. War is futile and must always be the last resort, even if it takes years of negotiating peace. Talk must come first.

    After June 12, the world is seeing Kim Jong-un in a much different light. He’s now seen as a human figure completely different to the one he has been portrayed in the past and that can only be good for North Korea and the rest of the world.

    It stands to common sense that we need more people in the world like Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher who is prepared to speak out and prevent catastrophes from happening and not wait for them to happen and then become part of the salvage team after it is too late.

    Zara Lili Ombuko

    Zara Lili Ombuko
    June 23, 2018 at 3:46 pm

  6. The comments made by Zambian Eye reader Zara Lili Ombuko mirrors mine and are identical almost to the full stop!

    People have a lot to be thankful to God, President Trump, Jong-un and Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher. This is one of those rare times in life when common sense made a timely appearance and prevailed.

    Only God knows what would have happened if President Trump had not heeded the advice of Mr Shamsher and gone ahead with his dastardly plan to attack North Korea, as he was planning.

    While the initial affects may not have sent shock waves to us here in Zambia and caused local deaths and destruction, if World War III had erupted none of us would have been safe. Even an end to the world, as we know it, was on the cards.

    I have a very bright son who is studying to become a doctor at a university in Texas and the possibility of anything happening to him really horrifies and scares my wife and me.

    When President Trump began his campaign against North Korea, it didn’t particularly worry us. Like us, I doubt anyone knew all the facts and the possible horrifying consequences.

    After learning the significance of the facts from Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher, my wife and I really began to worry. So much so, we had began planning and making arrangements to taking our son home.

    The June 12 Summit has put our minds at ease, for which we thank God. No doubt, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of other families just like mine with children away in America and other distant lands who are equally thrilled with the positive outcome of the talks.

    My family would willingly nominate President Donald Trump, Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher and Jong-un for the Nobel Peace Prize, in gratitude for the relief the peace talks brought to my family alone.

    We thank them and wish them all good health.

    Dr. Alexander & Sarah Mwanza.

    Dr. Alexander & Sarah Mwanza
    June 23, 2018 at 6:10 pm

  7. Heroes of the world: Trump, Jong-un and Shamsher

    Heroes come in all shapes and sizes and generally when not expected. Like many Zambians, who are well acquainted with what is happening in the world around us, I was one of those people who did not take President Donald Trump’s treats to “nuke” North Korea likely.

    Admittedly, I did at first because American Presidents tend to use red herrings to avert attention from their mistakes, blunders and mishaps. Donald Trump had (has) many of those to his credit.

    When he began touring a number of nations soliciting their blessings, however, the topic became most serious and I feared the worst for my family of three children. I do not want them to experience a world war. Nobody in his or her right mind stirs-up and promotes war intentionally. (Don’t anybody try to convince me that former war-mongering American Presidents George Bush Jr. and his father were of solid mind. They and Tony Blair have much to answer for.)

    Fortunately, despite what people say about President Trump, he did listen to reason, employed common sense and backed away from conflict with North Korea when arms dealer Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher advised him to do so. That takes a lot of courage, especially after been given the tacit go-ahead from different nations to proceed with his misguided plans.

    Since then, I’ve come to admire him greatly. While I never felt safe after the Kennedys left the White House, I feel more comfortably he being there and not a Bush to control the destiny of the world.

    The world is in desperate need of heroes. Take a look around you, if you distrust what I say. Filling those elevated platform shoes right now and wearing the tee-shirt inscribed ‘hero’ in bold capital letters is President Donald Trump, Dr. Moosa bin Shamsher and Kim Jong-un. I’m grateful we have them and what they did.

    Nasreen F. Dewan
    June 24, 2018 at 4:55 am

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