Is the U.S attacking Muslim countries in Africa, Middle East?
InformAfrica – Has the U.S been attacking oil-rich Muslim countries in Africa and the Middle East? A close look at conflicts and wars in Africa and the Middle East is a reality that the U.S has been secretly (even visibly) waging war on other nations.
There have been several reports not covered by Mainstream media that the united states is attempting to take down 7 Muslim countries in Africa and the Middle East in as little as 5 years. This countries are: Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan, Lebanon, Somalia, and Iran, and the U.S is deeply rooted in the war and conflicts taken place in these countries.
In a video published recently on YouTube, Louis Farrakhan revealed documents showing that the so called “Arab Spring” did not start in the Muslim world, but rather initiated in the U.S – with plans to take over the Middle East’s natural resources for the western world.
A 4-star U.S army general by the name Wesley Clark was mentioned in the document – revealing that 10 years before the 9/11 explosion, Paul Wolfowitz, a neocon architect of Bush’s war on Iraq told him of plans to clean out the Middle East and take over those Muslim nations. Just 10 days after 9/11, Clark was shown a Pentagon memo that describes how they planned to take down 7 Muslim countries in 5 years. Starting with Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and then Iran. They called this project the “Greater Middle East Project”, but for the public and the media they are calling it the “Arab Spring”.
Journalist and historian, William Engdahl reported that some of the Arab protest leaders were trained to be instigators by activists financed by the U.S state department. Importantly, journalist Engdahl went ahead to report that the ultimate goal of the United States is to take over the resources of Africa and the Middle East under military control in order to block economic growth in China and Russia, thus taking the whole of Eurasia under control.
According to William, the pentagon’s Africa command military invasion of the continent called “AFRICOM” is coordinating the whole destructive operation. Interestingly, Africom was created just after 2006 China’s Africa diplomacy when 40 heads of African nations were invited to Beijing and enormous deals were signed on oil exploration, building hospitals and infrastructures – those things IMF did not do in Africa in over the last 30 years.
Last year, Africa and the rest of the world witnessed how the U.S-led NATO bombs, drones, and sponsored rebels; destroyed Libya, an oil-rich nation and a once beautiful country, which was also home to one of Africa’s greatest leaders, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who have been thwarting off several western imperialistic invasion of the African continent over the years.
Last month, InformAfrica reported that the U.S military expansion in Africa is aimed at China, and that also includes Russia – this two nations which the U.S is waging war against, have a mutual relationship with Africa and are helping to grow the economy vice versa. To prove to the world that the U.S has no love for Africa whatsoever, the united states Africa command code-named “AFRICOM” was created without the consent of African leaders – now that is disrespectful.
Please take a moment to watch the following awareness video by Louis Farrakhan below:
Why won’t the U.S or other western leaders let Africa and the rest of the developing world know peace? Why create division, hate, racism, war, conflicts, and the likes to destroy mankind? If Obama is truly for Africa, the NATO bombing of Libya would have never occurred. Louis Farrakhan in the above video made mention of “shadow governments” who are truly the ones dictating Obama’s leadership.
Anyone with more information about the U.S “Arab Spring” or the U.S invasion of Africa and its resources are encouraged to report their findings on InformAfrica immediately. The world ought to be aware of any hidden or secret propaganda taken place in Africa. Feel free to leave your comments below and/or send in a more informative commentary to contribute[at]informafrica.com.
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