Mali Egypt Syria Algeria Analysis – Sheikh Imran Hosein [video]

February 8, 2013

So-called militants – encouraged by imperialists – so that western colonialism can intervene to save Africa from the menacing Islam.

Algeria is the next target

Israel needs these developments in order to portray herself as a saviour

Salafists are dajjals warriors fighting NATO’s wars

It is because of Putin that Turkey has not attacked Syria.

Peace Prize from UNESCO for French PM Hollande for War Crimes in Mali?

by Jason Liosatos
21st Century Wire

February 23, 2013

As France’s Prime Minister Hollande leads the charge in Africa from the safety of his desk, with his military killing, terrifying and displacing Africans, he is to receive a peace prize from UNESCO? To say this was absurd and outright insanity would be putting it mildly.

It seems obvious that the French military charge into Africa is simply to secure the uranium rich mines there in Mali and Niger, some of which are already controlled by Areva, France’s nuclear energy giant, who have a strong foothold on the strategically important mines and assets. Add to this that France is highly dependent on uranium for its countries power supply and we begin to get a whiff of what is going on, that it is no coincidence or conspiracy theory that France has grabbed the chance to secure the region.

There is a mad scramble to hijack Africa and its mineral rich land by China and the US, so this opportunity to create the usual Western style gunslinger, cowboy attack could not be resisted by Obama, Hollande and Cameron to snatch the Gold reserves. With the Fiat paper money collapsing faster than the twin towers it is imperative that Africa is secured for its bountiful supply of gold, and the usual excuse of a terrorist threat was employed, when in truth the greatest terrorist threat worldwide is the US, Israeli and Western megalomaniac governments, who will do virtually anything to satisfy their insatiable lust for power and control.

So as Prime French Prime Minister Hollande, Obama and Cameron bomb and bully their way into the black mans land again, to rob and pillage under the guise of liberators and bringers of democracy, we see the black people with very little, and hoping for a little more, yelling Viva La France as the French troops and military hardware roll by as they clap and cheer, though little do they know that they could very well be the IMF’s next unsuspecting victims, who may soon be taking out loans and mortgages, in a more sophisticated re enslavement of black Africans by the unscrupulous West, as they empty their gold and uranium mines from under their noses.

If this all seems like cynicism let us take a close look first and see the facts and realize there is a great difference between cynicism and reality.

Author Jason Liosatos is a writer and peace advocate based in the UK, and host of Global Peace Radio Show.

Geopolitics – Rob Prince [audio]

Geopolitics with Ryan Dawson
Februrary 19, 2013


Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists

by Tony Cartalucci
Land Destroyer

February 4, 2013 (Guardian War Propaganda) – It’s hard to contemplate the audacity of the Guardian in their feigning concern for the victims of extremism in Mali as 2 years ago they were cheering on almost identical extremists in the very same region.

Image: Libya’s “rebels” were in fact Al Qaeda’s  US State Department, United Nations, and the UK Home Office (page 5, .pdf)-listed terrorist organization, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) who committed sweeping atrocities, even exterminating entire cities with little or no condemnation from the West. Now they fight in Syria with Western arms and cash, while their ideological compatriots in Mali serve as a casus belli for French occupation.


The UK Government and media outlets downplayed and largely ignored the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the least amount of scrutiny possible as they were essentially fighting on behalf of Western interests and were backed up militarily by NATO. Compare this to the current situation in Mali. A near autonomous region in the North of the country is this time directly threatening Western interests so miraculously its all systems go with regards to rigorous reporting and faux outrage.

What does this duplicity tell us about government policy and the news reports that shamelessly support it?

It tells us that human rights and democracy play little to no part in the decision to promote and pursue wars. The Guardian can, and do, propagandize a cause based solely on the Governments financial interests.

Henningsen on RT: ‘Mali is Key Foothold in 21st Century Resource Wars in Africa’ [video]

February 6, 2013

The French military, assisted by local militia, has taken the city of Kidal – the last major city still controlled by Islamist militants. Meanwhile, warplanes have continued striking the remaining militant hideouts in the far north of the country. The French foreign minister has hinted that the operation may be over as early as March. But while the advance has been swift, the conflict is already taking its toll on the civilians. Geopolitical analyst Patrick Henningsen believes the war on terror is just a pretext used by Western powers to tighten their grip on Africa – in the ‘New Cold War’ for resources in the 21st century..

Algeria a Target In This Recolonisation of Africa – Morris [video]

January 19, 2013

President Hollande of France visited Algeria 2 weeks before launching his attack on Mali. He was given a green light for his attack aircraft to be refueled in Algerian Airspace, and according to an anonymous Algerian source he was given the finance to wage the war on Mali (reminds me of Gaddafi financing Sarkozy’s election campaign).

That Algeria gave the countries of the hostages (Japan, US, France and the UK) no advance warning of an attack (on the In-Amenas Oil installation) shows Algeria doesn’t trust the West or wish to give them any excuse to enter on the ground.

Fact is, Algeria is Paying France In Blood And Money for the so-called Mali War.

And for my detractors – when I say these wars are for social engineering – the resources can be got for a lot less than the cost of bombing, furthermore that there are a group of people ready to profit from raping the countries resources proves nothing.

Why has Qatar been used to facilitate orphanages in Mali?

‘Al-Qaeda threat NATO’s smoke screen for re-colonization of Northern Africa’ [video]

Russia Today
January 20, 2013

The Algerian military has reportedly taken five Islamic terrorists alive, in the aftermath of the gas facility hostage siege. With the clear-up operation still ongoing, the civilian death toll’s expected to rise as more bodies are discovered. Several foreign civilians were among dozens killed when Algerian forces stormed the site, taken by militants in revenge for the French intervention in neighbouring Mali. Britain has stepped forward to help the French intervention, by providing cargo planes to transfer supplies to the war zone. But journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark says the European stance against Islamists is inconsistent – READ FULL SCRIPT http://on.rt.com/ii6exk

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‘West liable for Algeria hostage taking’ [video]

January 17, 2013

An analyst says Britain, the US and their puppets Saudi Arabia and Qatar which have in the first place played a role in the creation of rebels are the root cause of incidents such as that which took place in Algeria.

The comment comes as militants in Algeria say they have repelled an attack by the Algerian Army trying to rescue tens of kidnapped foreigners, among them French, British and Americans nationals.

The incident occurred late Wednesday when Nigerian soldiers made an attempt to enter the gas installation in the country’s eastern town of In Amenas, where armed men are holding up to 41 foreigners.

Press TV has conducted an interview with Lawrence Freeman with the Africa Desk at the Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) weekly magazine to further discuss the issue.

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French Mali Intervention a Disaster – Yahya [video]

January 14, 2013

Yahya addresses the destabalising factors and the wrongness of foreign military intervention. Amazingly this was recorded in October in 2012 – It is so prophetic it could have been recorded today! At the time it was only uploaded for a few hours as I (perhaps mistakenly) thought it was not compelling enough.

France Displays Unhinged Hypocrisy as Bombs Fall on Mali

by Tony Cartalucci
Land Destroyer

NATO funding, arming, & simultaneously fighting Al Qaeda from Mali to Syria.

January 11, 2013 (LD) – A deluge of articles have been quickly put into circulation defending France’s military intervention in the African nation of Mali. TIME’s article, “The Crisis in Mali: Will French Intervention Stop the Islamist Advance?” decides that old tricks are the best tricks, and elects the tiresome “War on Terror” narrative.

TIME claims the intervention seeks to stop “Islamist” terrorists from overrunning both Africa and all of Europe. Specifically, the article states:

“…there is a (probably well-founded) fear in France that a radical Islamist Mali threatens France most of all, since most of the Islamists are French speakers and many have relatives in France. (Intelligence sources in Paris have told TIME that they’ve identified aspiring jihadis leaving France for northern Mali to train and fight.) Al-Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), one of the three groups that make up the Malian Islamist alliance and which provides much of the leadership, has also designated France — the representative of Western power in the region — as a prime target for attack.”


Canada mulls military training mission in West Africa

CBC News
December 31, 2012

The Canadian Press

Defence Minister Peter MacKay says the Conservative government is examining whether to dispatch Canadian troops to help train an African force whose purpose would be to take back a vast swath of Mali from an off-shoot of al-Qaeda. (Fred Chartrand/Canadian Press)

The Harper government is examining whether to dispatch Canadian troops to help train an African force whose purpose would be to take back a vast swath of Mali from an off-shoot of al-Qaeda.

Defence Minister Peter MacKay, speaking in Halifax Sunday, said what form of military assistance can be provided to a growing international swell is something that’s under active discussion.

“What I can tell you is that we are contemplating what contribution Canada could make,” MacKay said at an announcement related to rental housing rates on military bases.

The United Nations recently decided to back a proposal from Economic Community of West African States — ECOWAS — to send 3,300 troops to the region.

Canadian special forces troops were active in the west African country for several training missions prior to the coup last March that installed a shaky interim government. Those missions also took place before Islamic Maghreb — known as AQIM — overran much of the northern portion of the impoverished nation.

“We are not at a point where we would be making an announcement, but as you know, training is something that the Canadian Forces is particularly adept at doing,” MacKay said. “We’ve demonstrated that repeated in the last, well, throughout our history, but certainly the training mission in Afghanistan is a testament to that commitment and that ability and something that has garnered the admiration of recipient nations but also other countries who emulate Canadian training techniques.”