Category Archives: Africa

Conflict in the Congo: Geopolitics of Plunder

January 20, 2013 (excerpt from Nile Bowie’s Congo’s M23 conflict: Rebellion or Resource War?) – It must be recognized that Kagame controls a vastly wealthy and mineral-rich area of eastern Congo – an area that has long been integrated into … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Congo, NileBowie, Rwanda

By Design: French Mali Invasion Spills into Algeria

January 17, 2013 (LD-Tony Cartalucci) – Exactly as predicted, the ongoing French “intervention” in the North African nation of Mali has spilled into Algeria – the next most likely objective of Western geopolitical interests in the region since the successful … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, algeria, France, Mali, middle east, NATO

France Displays Unhinged Hypocrisy as Bombs Fall on Mali

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, algeria, France, Mali, middle east, NATO, Syria

Fortune 500 Awards Tunisian President "Chatham House Prize"

Corporate-financier think-tank Chatham House showers Tunisia’s President Moncef Marzouki with accolades and praise. November 28, 2012 (LD) – The Chatham House, a corporate-financier funded think-tank based in the United Kingdom, announced on its website earlier this week that it had … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, middle east, northAfrica, Tunisia

NATO Using Al Qaeda Rat Lines to Flood Syria With Foreign Terrorists

2007-2008 US West Point reports reveal Al Qaeda network behind NATO’s so-called “freedom fighters.” Extremists in Syria were behind Iraq War foreign terrorist influx, not Syrian Tony Cartalucci October 25, 2012 – The discredited and now obscure, defected Syrian … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Libya, middle east, Syria

International Law Suffers Another Blow in Libya Conflict

NATO silent as its client regime vows “no mercy” for city of Bani Tony Cartalucci October 19, 2012 – The United States invoked the so-called “responsibility to protect” doctrine as justification for NATO military intervention in Libya, based on … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Libya, middle east, NATO

Western Geopolitical Blitzkrieg in Sudan

Sudan: Protests and the Politics of Regime Change Eric Draitser  Stop Imperialism July 23, 2012 (Images & captions added)  The protests that have broken out in Sudan are, on the surface, the manifestation of legitimate grievances.  Portrayed in the Western … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, stopimperialism, Sudan