+++ 5. Oktober 2012 +++
Will Mali Be the Next Victim of Blair's R2P Doctrine?
Western leaders who led the overthrow of the Libyan regime under the pretext of the "responsibility to protect" (R2P) civilians, before having Muammar Qaddhafi assassinated, at least pretended to be shocked that the same terrorist organizations they had armed would attack the United States consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012.
Were those world leaders really so naive as to believe the insurgents they were supporting – many of them from the same al-Qaeda organization they were fighting in Afghanistan – would turn into solid allies? And now they feign surprise and indignation that al-Qaeda is operating in Mali.
But it was clear, after the "victory" of the rebels in Libya, that many rebels spilled out of the country to destabilize other African nations, including Mali, as well as to join the armed opposition to Syrian President Assad. These groups, as in the original 9/11, are heavily funded by the Saudi royal family and Qatar, and many, such as the LIFG, have been incubated for decades in London (also known as Londonistan).
After the mid-March putsch in Mali, rebel jihadists who were allied with Tuareg secessionist rebels hijacked the Tuareg rebellion, and took over a region as big as France, in the Sahara Desert in northern Mali.
On Oct. 1, the United States Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson began preparing the groundwork for military intervention in Mali, by stating that the U.S. cannot afford to allow Mali to be fragmented, with a Caliphate established in the North by terrorists from other countries.
However, since such a devleopment was clearly foreseeable, Carson's implicit call for military intervention can only be seen as a pretext for spreading permanent warfare to that country, which will ultimately spread from there throughout West Africa.
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+++ 24. Mai 2013 +++
Pope Francis Calls for Financial Reform
Two months after his election, Pope Francis has spoken out forcefully against the dictatorship of the financial markets, which is reducing humanity to misery. Speaking in front of the ambassadors of K...
+++ 24. Mai 2013 +++
Bundestag Passes Phoney "Bank Separation" Law
On May 17, the German Bundestag passed a bank restructuring bill touted by the government as the "first bank separation law passed in Europe." In fact, the law is a far cry from what the government cl...