Ever since I was reluctantly educated into the ugly reality described in Naomi Klein’s Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, I’ve found articles like this one compelling. It appears that the cabal is now moving on Africa the way they moved on South America and the Middle East. Lots of links in this long, wide-ranging “comment”:
And, remembering that the U.S. military has now set up “Africom,” The United States African Command, I googled “u.s. military and africa,” and came up with this, from one day ago:
“The 2nd Brigade’s deployment is a much larger assignment, aimed at making all of Africa a theater of U.S. military operations.”
“2013 is the year the U.S. kicks off its wholesale military occupation of Africa. The escalation should come as no surprise, since the Army Times newspaper  reported, back in June, that a U.S. brigade of at least 3,000 troops would become a permanent presence on the continent in the new year. On Christmas Eve, the Pentagon announced that 3,500 soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division’s 2nd Brigade, in Fort Riley, Kansas, will be sent to Africa, supposedly to confront a threat from al-Qaida in Mali, where Islamists have seized the northern part of the country. But the 2nd Brigade is scheduled to hold more than 100 military exercises in 35 countries , most of which have no al-Qaida presence.”
Get that? 100 military exercises in 35 countries.
“We” used to ship Africans over here as slaves. Then “we” locked up their ancestors in U.S. prisons where they still work as slaves, and now “we” enslave Africans in their own homelands.