The Real ‘Dirty Wars’ in the Horn of Africa – ‘Expiration by Starvation’ Sanctioned by the Obama White House
‘”250,000 dead in Somalia from starvation equals 10,000 dying a month, 300 or more dying a day on average.”
When award winning journalist Jeremy Scahill landed at Mogadishu’s International Airport in the summer of 2011 Somalia was in the midst of its worst drought and famine in 60 years. Yet when Mr. Scahill reported on his visit he seemed blissfully unaware of the hundreds of Somalis that were starving to death every day not very many miles from the hotel where he was staying.
He also didn’t write about the food and medical aid blockade being imposed on Somalis next door in the Ogaden by the western supported Ethiopian regime, something the International Federation of Jurists (IFJ) has called “a genocide” and demanded the ICC prosecute.’
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