The ‘Guardian’ informs me that the United States plans a forceful policy to end conflicts in Africa.(1) Of course, this forceful policy has been in place at least since the founding of AFRICOM, one of six of the Defense Department’s regional military headquarters, as a fully unified command on October 1, 2008.(2) No, what we are now about to see is a more open backing of those parties who are already in “Uncle Sam’s” pocket; those forces who themselves are invariably responsible for the on going genocide in that unfortunate continent. Moreover, once Washington has “ended” all of those conflicts, which they started, China will be paying a “little” bit more for those raw materials that its growing economy needs. That is, of course, if they are “allowed” to extract them at all. Interesting times, indeed!
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