Ferguson, part 2, "Black Africa and the U.S Black Movement"

digest note:
US special ops in the resistance against the 'justifiable homicide' in Ferguson Missouri are based upon and serve the overall U.S. global supremacy agenda in which domination of the African continent and the US Black nation are critical - and interconnected.
The following excerpt from Zbigniew's Brzezinski's 1978 National Security policy memorandum was to be in part 3. But because 36 years later, this is still US National Security Strategy, Z. Brzezinski is still a leading strategist and Obama 'consultant' (as Carters Sec. of State, ZB planned and executed the formation, training and arming of * Afghan mujahedeen under osama bin laden to suck the Soviet Union into Afgahnistan and defeat US main rival for global dominance.
The selected excerpt below is mainly from the US v. US Black liberation movement section because the current US "race war" tactic is a higher-tech level of the 1956-1971 COINTELPRO, ** P20G operation, to kill Black Panther Party leaders and BPP's increasingly broad influence beyond the Black nation.
Most importantly: regardless of today's total surveillance/information war fascist state of US capitalism, 500 hundred years of genocidal slavery, brutality and degradation has not been able to kill the Black nation's dignity and determination for liberation. However, it has greatly increased capitalist gravediggers of every nationality, everywhere in the world whose lives, lands and history still battle the same enemy called 'humanitarian aid', 'diplomacy, development. and defense'

USAID, through our assistance programs, plays an active and critical role in the promotion of U.S. foreign policy interests. The investment we make in developing countries has long-term benefits for America and the American people. Development now takes its place alongside defense and diplomacy as the three essential components of U.S. foreign policy.
http://www.usaid.gov/who-we-are

Part 3: Justice Dept "COPS Office: "Collaborative Community Policing" Partners & Stakeholders
Part 4: US imperialism & Black Africa.

* Z Brzezinski: How Jimmy Carter and I Started the Mujahideen Interview Le Nouvel Observateur Jan 15-21, 1998, http://www.counterpunch.org/brzezinski.html

NB Special Ops, wherever, whenever useful...911, al-Q, ISIS, pandemics, school shootings, protests to provoke resistance: us-made 'terrorists' pretext for state terrorism:

** Proactive, Preemptive Operations Group 'P2OG' allows Pentagon to fight dirty
11/5/02 By David Isenberg, http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/DK05Ak02.html
... The Pentagon Defense Science Board (DSB) 2002 "Summer Study on Special Operations and Joint Forces in Support of Countering Terrorism"... Excerpts dated August 16, were leaked, obtained and posted on the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) website...call for "preemption/proaction/interdiction/disruption/quick-response capabilities".... consistent with the new National Security Strategy which called for preemption...recommends creation of super-Intelligence Support Activity, an organization it dubs the Proactive, Preemptive Operations Group (P2OG) bringing together CIA and Pentagon covert action, information warfare, intelligence and cover and deception. during crises. P2OG would launch secret operations aimed at "stimulating reactions" among " terrorists and states possessing weapons of mass destruction", meaning it would prod terrorist cells into action, thus exposing them to "quick-response" attacks by US forces. The means by which it would do this is far greater use of special operations forces.
Responsibility and accountability for the P2OG vested in a "Special Operations Executive" in the National Security Council (NSC)...to plan but not oversee operation execution

"The Negro youth and moderate[s] must be made to understand that if they succumb to revolutionary teachings, they will be dead revolutionaries." J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Chief, re: the COINTELPRO targeting Black Panther Party

Black Africa and the U.S. Black Movement
Zbigniew Brezinski
MARCH 17, 1978 NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM-4 INTERDEPARTMENTAL GROUP FOR AFRICA
This Document is Exhibit 10 of U.S. Supreme Court Case No.00-9587

The Objective of our policy toward Black Africa is to prevent social upheavals which could radically change the political situation throughout the area. The success or failure of our policy in the region depends on the solution international and internal issues whose importance of the United States is on the increase.

If black African states assume attitudes hostile to the U.S. national interest, our policy toward the white regimes; which is a key element in our relations with the black states, may be subjected by the latter to great pressure for fundamental change. Thus the West may face a real danger of being deprived of access to the enormous raw material resources of southern Africa which are vital for our defense needs as well as losing control over the Cape sea routes by which approximately 65% of Middle Eastern oil is supplied to Western Europe. Moreover, such a development may bring about internal political difficulties by intensifying the activity of the Black movement in the United States itself...

BLACK AFRICA AND THE U.S. BLACK MOVEMENT
Apart from above-mentioned factors adverse to U.S. strategic interests, the national liberation movement in black Africa can act as a catalyst with far reaching effects on the American black community by stimulating its organizational consolidation and inducing radical actions...An occurrence of the 1967-68 events would do grievous harm to U.S. prestige, especially in view of the concern of the present Administration..the Administration would have to take specific steps to stabilize the situation. Such steps might be misunderstood both inside and outside the United States.

In order to prevent such a trend and protect U.S. national security interests, it would appear essential to elaborate and carry out effective countermeasures.
1. Possibility of Joint Action By U.S. Black and African Nationalist Movement.
In elaborating U.S. policy toward black Africa, due weight must be given to the fact there are 25 millions American blacks whose roots are African and who consciously or subconsciously sympathies with African nationalism.
The living conditions of the black population should also be taken into account. Immense advances in the field are accompanied by a long-lasting high rate of unemployment, especially among the youth and by poverty and dissatisfaction with government social welfare standards.
These factors taken together may provide a basis for joint actions of a concrete nature by the African nationalist movement and the U.S. black community...renewal of the extremist national idea of establishing an "African Republic" on American soil. Black community leftist elements could resume extremist actions in the style of the defunct Black Panther Party...Basically actions would take the form of demonstrations and public protests, but the likelihood of violence cannot be excluded. There would also be attempts to coordinate their political activity locally and in international organizations.
In the context of long-term strategy, the United States can not afford a radical change in the fundamentals of its African policy which is designed for maximum protection of national security. In the present case, emphasis is laid on the importance of Black Africa for U.S. political, economic and military interests.

RECOMMENDATIONS
In weighing the range of U.S. interests in Black Africa, basic recommendations arranged without intent to imply priority are:
1. Specific steps should be taken with the help of appropriate government agencies to inhibit coordinated activity of the Black Movement in the United States.
2. Special clandestine operations should be launched by the CIA to generate mistrust and hostility in American and world opinion against joint activity of the two forces, and to cause division among Black African radical national groups and their leaders.
3. U.S. embassies to Black African countries specially interested in southern Africa must be highly circumspect in view of the activity of certain political circles and influential individuals opposing the objectives and methods of U.S. policy toward South Africa...the failure of U.S. strategy in South Africa would adversely affect American standing throughout the world. In addition, this would mean a significant diminution of U.S. influence in Africa and the emergence of new difficulties in our internal situation due to worsening economic prospects.
4. The FBI should mount surveillance operations against Black African representatives and collect sensitive information on those, especially at the U.N., who oppose U.S. policy toward South Africa....nclude facts on their links with the leaders of the Black movement in the United States, thus making possible at least partial neutralization of the adverse effects of their activity.

THE RANGE OF POLICY OPTIONS
Concern for the future security of the United States makes necessary the range of policy options. Arranged without intent to imply priority:
(a) enlarge programs, within budget framework, for improvement of social and economic welfare of American Blacks to ensure continuing development of present trends in the Black movement;
(b) elaborate and bring into effect a special program designed to perpetuate division in the Black movement and neutralize the most active groups of leftist radical organizations representing different social strata of the Black community: encourage division in Black circles;
(c) preserve the present climate which inhibits the emergence from within the Black leadership of a person capable of exerting nationwide appeal;
(d) work out and realize preventive operations to impede durable ties between U.S Black organizations and radical groups in African states;
(e) support actions to sharpen social stratification in the Black community which would lead to the widening and perpetuation of the gap between successful educated Blacks and the poor, giving rise to growing antagonism between different Black groups and a weakening of the movement as a whole.
(f) facilitate the greatest possible expansion of Black business by granting government contracts and loans with favorable terms to Black businessmen;
(g) take every possible means through AFL-CIO leaders to counteract the increasing influence of Black labor organizations which function in all major unions and in particular, the National Coalition of Black Trade Union and its leadership, including the creation of real preference for adverse and hostile reaction among White trade unionists to demands for improvement of social and economic welfare of the Blacks;
(h) support the nomination at federal and local levels of loyal Black public figures to elective offices, government agencies and the Court.