Africa is in the news again with reports of MEND's disruption of U.S. oil pillaging in Nigeria and Rice's trip to sell/salvage its rebuffed AFRICOM. The U.S. desperately needs to get control of the African continent in its state terrorist juggernaut for global domination. it has thousands of "humanitarian" USAID/NGO tentacles at work 'softly' cannibilizing Africa, along with mainstream media coverage, in 'humanitarian development' drag that most of the world knows first-hand means destruction and death.
This digest issue aims to expose 'strategic non-violence' and to contrast genuine national liberation with imperialist driven and dominated democracy/capitalist development. The U.S./NGO web is vast, labyrinthian and camouflaged, impossible to draw linearly, but crucial to understand and expose especially here where countless peace-justice activists jump on board eager to do what they believe will change the world for the better...'peacefully'.
Taking Nigeria as one important example, the 'dots' linking the 'soft' power adjunct to U.S. 'hard' power from Africa to Seattle, wa.
show as clearly as your editor could how this imperialist operation works.
"The principal beneficiary of America's foreign assistance programs has always been the United States."
US Agency for International Development Source: "Direct Economic Benefits of U.S. Assistance Programs," 1999
"If war aims are stated which seem to be solely concerned with Anglo-American imperialism, they will offer little to people in the rest of the world. The interests of other peoples should be stressed. This would have a better propaganda effect."
- Private memo from The Council of Foreign Relations to the US State Department, 1941
know the enemy...
More Than Humanitarianism: A Strategic U.S. Approach Toward Africa
Beyond Humanitarianism: What You Need to Know About Africa and Why It Matters