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As i will reiterate expeditiously: I am in no way shape or form trying to create a racial divide, or superiority of a race,just educational facts. Whether your arguments be loquacious or articulate, i accept them all.

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Why care about Africa

Africa has the most abundant national resources on the planet. The Africa advertised on television is one of squalor, decadence, degradation, decay, and ruin. Some of the cities...in fact...are the antithesis of the media claim, but i digress. This video voids most of those claims:

 

 

                        Although this video shows the progression of some African cities, we are all familiar with the famine, poverty, genocide, corrective rape, corruption, and apathetic dictators...what most are not aware of are the palm oil, gold and diamonds, oil, cocoa, precious metals, sugar, and wheat that enables America to live and extravagant, grandiose, and flamboyant lifestyles. Next time you wear a sixteen carat gold watch, think about the adolescent kids in Zimbabwe making less than a dollar a day. When purchasing that diamond ring from Zales, Kay Jewelers, or Macy's; think of that preadolescent kid mining your for your tennis bracelet in Sierra Leone. Finally, before you buy that next HTC phone, Evo, or Iphone 1,2,or 3, think of those kids mining--once again--for your telecommunication pleasure for less than a dollar a day in the Congo.

                           Henry Kissinger states on page 43 of his April 27,1974 National Security Study Memorandum: "Reduction of the rate of population in these states[developing countries] is vital matter of U.S. national security...The U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries. This fact gives the U.S. enhanced interests in political, economic, and social stability of the supplying countries. Whenever a lessening of the population can increase the prospect for such stability, population  policy becomes relevant to resources, supplies, and to the economic interests of the United States." This also comes from a guy that said power is the best aphrodisiac. So, was Kissingers memorandum a precursor to the Rwandan or Darfur genocide, pollution in the Niger delta, and corrective raping of lesbians in the South Africa; I think so.  Oh and let's not forget what is going on in Libya. Africa is more than a United Way, red cross charity case, it is a place of beauty and engineered dissidence.  Being cognizant of the news in Africa is vital to gauging the clandestine agenda here in America. Keep an open mind folks!

                    Peace,

                     Justin

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Malian War Spreading into Niger: French Military Moves Further Into Northern Region

Started by truth Feb 4, 2013. 0 Replies

Monday, 04 February 2013 09:49'Reports emanating from the West African state of Mali indicate that French…Continue

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‘Al-Qaeda threat used by NATO as smoke screen for re-colonization of Northern Africa’

Started by Tara Jan 21, 2013. 0 Replies

With more western countries getting indirectly involved in the conflict in Mali, there’s increasing speculation about their motives. Journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark told RT, that the intervention has ‘only economic reasons’.Several western…Continue

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U.S. Troops to be in up to 35 African Countries

Started by truth Dec 29, 2012. 0 Replies

The news on Christmas Eve that a U.S. Army brigade will begin sending small teams into as many as 35 African nations in 2013 indicates a still-expanding role for an all-volunteer Army that has been stretched nearly to the breaking point in recent…Continue

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U.S. Africa Command Now Has Permanent Spec Ops Unit

Started by truth Dec 6, 2012. 0 Replies

Just weeks after the deadly assault on the U.S. consulate and CIA station in Benghazi, Libya, the head of the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) was for the first time given operational control over a dedicated special operations company that could be…Continue

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Red Cross: Military Action in Mali Will Have Severe Humanitarian Costs

Started by truth Nov 9, 2012. 0 Replies

 Even as the US and its allies in Europe and Africa float ideas for a military intervention in Mali, such a war would have a high humanitarian cost, according to the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).“There is a lot of talk…Continue

America and the politics of genocide in Africa

Started by truth Nov 9, 2012. 0 Replies

America and the politics of genocide in AfricaFriday, November 09, 2012 2:22 PMOn Tuesday, the vast majority of African Americans cast their votes for a man whose hands are soaked in the…Continue

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Zimbabwe: Mugabe Outwits Coalition Partners

Started by Justin A Horne Oct 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Harare — PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has tightened his grip on power ahead of the watershed election next year by assigning some crucial Acts directly under the purview of his office.He did this without consulting his coalition partners Prime Minister…Continue

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US Official: Military Action Needed in Mali
The apparent haven of radical Islamists in Mali is a consequence of US interventionism and now justifying further intervention

http://news.antiwar.com/2012/10/02/us-official-military-action-need...
by John Glaser, October 02, 2012



A top US official told the Associated Press that military action will be needed to eliminate radical Islamists from the haven they’ve developed in northern Mali.

Comment by truth on October 14, 2012 at 9:44am

  1. Mauritania head Abdelaziz flies to Paris after shooting
    BBC News‎ - 1 hour ago
    Mauritania's President Abdelaziz is being flown to Paris for treatment after being shot in what officials say was an accident.
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Comment by truth on June 14, 2012 at 12:26pm

'US expanding spying network' in AfricaThe United States military is expanding a secret network of air bases across Africa in order to spy on al-Qaeda and other such groups, a US newspaper said.
The surveillance is carried out by small, unmarked turboprop planes with hidden state-of-the-art sensors that fly thousands of kilometres between air bases and bush landing strips across the vast continent, the Washington Postreported on Wednesday. http://refreshingnews99.blogspot.in/2012/06/us-expanding-spying-net...

Comment by Justin A Horne on April 14, 2012 at 10:27am

There are fears that the prevalent situation in air transport in Nigeria whereby foreign airlines are allowed to carry out domestic operations by taking passengers from one Nigerian airport to another, may stifle domestic airlines because they are denied the needed passengers in their local routes.

Many of the mega carriers that operate into the country fly to more than one airport and airlift passengers from one airport to another, a function that naturally should be carried out by domestic airlines. Domestic airlines lose the fares, while the aviation agencies lose the charges, the domestic passengers pay to some of these agencies.

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