Talk:Centrafrican Empire

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Perhaps Bokassa was Africa's Jaime Bush. He annexed these small statelets and chiefdoms with a "central African empirial destiny" in mind, with himself as the empirial figurehead.

I don't know details, but I think that he did at least try. I'm also pretty sure that it was Bokassa's expansionist plans that gave rise to the ethnostates Luba, Lunda, Azande and Mongo-Kongo, in an attempt to repel Centrafrican forces (together stronger than alone), and they work, since each one is made up of more-or-less related tribes...
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