Obama and Hillary are both responsible for the deaths of thousands in Syria, Libya and Yemen.
InformAfricans: A huge picture of U.S. President Barack Obama with the words “Goodbye murderer” was seen hanging on a bridge near the Pentagon in Washington, DC by activists who say Obama is responsible for the deaths of thousands in Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Ukraine.
Africa Today discusses where U.S Policy in Africa is heading. Indicating the U.S continues to protect her imperial interest in Africa.
The U.S in Africa: Who benefits the most? Americans or Africans? The fact that Obama is of African heritage created hype and expectations, which frankly haven’t been met. But what has Africa gained from her engagement with the U.S?
This news post “The US puts $900 Million on the table for Africans? -JOKE OF THE YEAR”, written by Wangusi Masinde, begs to inform the global African people on factors affecting Africa’s economical development, and why we must put an end to unrealistic foreign dependency such as the US-Africa Summit.
The United States and dozens of other countries moved closer on Sunday to direct intervention in the fighting in Syria, with Arab nations pledging $100 million to pay opposition fighters, and the Obama administration agreeing to send ‘communication equipment to help the rebels organize and evade Syria’s military.
Thursday’s indictment of John Kiriakou for exposing CIA torture of detainees confirms yet again that the Obama administration is continuing and deepening the crimes carried out by the Bush White House. Kiriakou, a CIA agent for 14 years, is being prosecuted for speaking to two journalists about the waterboarding of Abu Zubaydah.
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton announced on Tuesday that the United States will use foreign aid as a tool to promote the human rights of gay and lesbians around the globe in a move that supporters are already saying will be hailed as an historic step to combat world-wide discrimination against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) individuals.
Muammar Gaddafi’s last minutes gave clarity to NATO’s war in Libya. It is a mission of mass murder and theft of sovereignty through the arming of savages. “The saner sections of America’s psychological operations machinery were doubtless as horrified as anyone at the Libyan jihadis’ insistence on revealing so graphically to the entire planet the barbaric character of the ‘revolution.”
For more than a decade the US has tried to establish a command on the continent of Africa, AFRICOM, but has been rebuffed by governments, fearful of the regional tensions this would cause. Libya, and now Uganda, South Sudan and Congo, provide the main chance.