Under the Obama Administration the United States has expanded the “long war” into Africa. Barack Hussein Obama, the so-called “Son of Africa” has actually become one of Africa’s worst enemies. Aside from his continued support of dictators in Africa, the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) was unhinged under his watch. The division of Sudan was publicly endorsed by the White House before the referendum, Somalia has been further destabilized, Libya has been viciously attacked by NATO, and U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) is going into full swing.
The war in Libya is just the start of a new cycle of external military adventurism inside Africa. The U.S. now wants more military bases inside Africa. France has also announced that it has the right to militarily intervene anywhere in Africa where there are French citizens and its interests are at risk. NATO is also fortifying its positions in the Red Sea and off the coast of Somalia.
As disarray and turmoil are once again uprooting Africa with external intervention, Israel sits silently in the background. Tel Aviv has actually been deeply involved in the new cycle of turmoil, which is tied to its Yinon Plan to reconfigure its strategic surrounding. This reconfiguration process is based on a well established technique of creating sectarian divisions which eventually will effectively neutralize target states or result in their dissolution.
Mahdi is one of the few unembedded reporters who have reported truthfully on the Libyan War. His thanks for that was to be terrorized by his own peers from the MSM.
I think when people who seek truth try to find out about the Libyan War in 30 years, it will be Mahdi who will be sought out. And 100 years from now, Mahdi will be considered heroic for what he did and the MSM will be called out.
If you want to know the truth now, you'll read Mahdi.
It's really amazing how in every generation this repeats over and over. The press lies and then they either pretend they didn't or they admit that, yes, those other people lied but we've gotten our act together now.
It happens over and over.
And we're always doing baby steps to catch up.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):