Street Democracy writes:
They want Africa, minus the masses of black African’s.
They are working towards disposing the many African’s but maybe just keep enough to work the cogs of their dirty corrupt, oil corporate machines.
These elites are the whores of Babylon, completely parasitical in nature and foaming at the mouth over profits, wealth creation and mass land take over.
They want Africa for their own back garden as their own lands.
They have been biologically weaponising vaccines for ever to reduce the populations, to disease the people of life and free up the land.
These sick and twisted ruling elites have no empathy for the black African and have propagandised to create war torn situations of division, civil war and unrest.
Divide and conquer is an old method these psychopathic corporate whores know too well and it never fails.
Manufactured wars are both experimental, depopulation programmes, money making death machines from death squads of governments all over the so called civilised world.
War clears precious lands so soldiers are the corporate land grabbers. They legalise murder on a mass scale, genocide, to land create for corporate intervention and move in.
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South Sudan, which contains vast oil reserves, borders Ethopia, Uganda, Kenya, Central African ‘Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Spread of its crisis would further destabilize a significant part of Africa. Clearly, Western-style “democratic elections,” the panacea touted by Western agencies such as National Endowment for Democracy, and related Western NGOs, have not only failed to provide stability and enhanced standards of living for many countries where they have been implemented (or imposed, militarily by US-NATO intervention, such as in Iraq and Libya and Afghanistan), but are beginning to appear to be the precursor of ethnic and social violence and disintegration in many notable instances in Africa, and not only in Africa.
On September 20, 2013, at the opulent Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya endured a deadly terrorist attack that slaughtered more than 40 people, including several Europeans. The Al Qaeda affiliated Shabab, the Islamic jihadist group based in Somalia took responsibility for the attack, ostensibly in reprisal for Kenya’s participation in the African Union’s mission to combat Shabab’s domination of large areas of Somalia.’