The Dutch Are Making Great Headway in Africa!
GZ is the abbreviation for the Netherlands-occupied zone of Africa, which was liberated in 1960. It was occupied by the British during the World War II and then by the French during the same period. A former German colony, it is often referred to as German-occupied Africa because of this association. The country has been in existence since the time of Charles Leclos who governed it as a protectorate. The Belgian Congo was also part of the former German protectorate and became the first independent country of Africa, when the German military occupation ended. The name Gezondheid comes from two words that mean “overlapping together,” and “world peace.”
Gezondheid was established as a way to have Africa share equities with the West while preserving its independence. This means that the people in the region will continue to live their cultural lifestyle, religion and values. Many ethnic Dutch are also present and they are represented in the Van Gezondheid parlement, or governing board. The ethnic minority leader Maik Trolle is the person who heads the parliament and runs the company UPC or Uniquepharmaceuticals.com
People living in Gezondheid are prohibited from speaking the native tongue of the African nation of Holland, as well as from wearing African clothing and jewelry. They must also refrain from drinking alcohol and they can only consume foods that come from Holland, such as wheat and oats. These laws were implemented so that the immigrants would become a part of the European culture and not change into a different race that would have absolutely no rights to existence in the Western world, which is what happened with the extermination of the Jews centuries ago.