Thursday, January 15, 2009

Barack Obama inherits Africom, Bush's plot against Africa

George Bush and authoritarian Rwandan President Paul Kagame, a major recipient of U.S. military aid.

by Ann Garrison

Barack Obama has now inherited Africom, Bush's plot against Africa, a plot to expand U.S. militarization and domination of Africa.

What will he do? What will his new Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, do? Bill Clinton's ongoing perfidy in Rwanda and Congo was not even mentioned in Hillary Clinton's U.S. Senate confirmation hearing.  The U.N. agrees that the Congo War is now the deadliest conflict in the world, and that Paul Kagame's U.S.-armed and trained Rwandan Army wages war on the Congolese people, in Eastern Congo.  

Six million Congolese people have died, in the Congo Wa, since 1996. However, most Americans, including many anguished by Israel's war on Gaza, remain barely aware of the Congo War, fought by Rwandan and Ugandan proxy armies, in U.S./Anglophone interest.

Reist Africom, .

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