Sunday, July 31, 2011

African genocide and the global reign of terror

The Somali people in the affected regions have been made vulnerable to ecological disturbances because of several political and military forces. These include the US "War on Terror", the al-Shabaab terrorist group, Somalia's Transitional Federal Government (TFG), the Ethiopian invasion of Somalia and its continuous political and military involvement there, and finally East Africa's Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the UN.

These actors have created circumstances in which local food resources were exhausted and assistance from outside was denied or delayed until tens of thousands of people starved.
The African Union, the UN, the EU, and the US continued to describe the famine as a drought until July 18, when it was no longer possible to conceal the deaths of almost 80,000 people from starvation. The United States and its allies have been so obsessed with defeating al-Shabaab that they have ignored the fate of the millions of people who live in areas controlled by al-Shabaab.

When you assume that Congress is trying to exterminate mankind on behalf of that decrepit Nazi, His Royal Virus Prince Philip, it all makes sense. (Prince Harry's decision to dress up in a Nazi costume, reported here, might have been a hint of his grandfather's orientation.) The US has isn't ignoring the plight of these people - it deliberately caused it, in the guise of fighting terrorism. It also set up a pod-person factory (a torture center) on a ley line near the Mogadishu airport (as I noted here), where "terrorists" (nobodies from nowhere) can be used as victims of SRA.