by Scott Creighton
May, 2012 – “The New Alliance was announced in conjunction with the G8 meeting last Friday. Under the scheme, some 45 corporations, including Monsanto, Syngenta, Yara International, Cargill, DuPont, and PepsiCo, have pledged a total of $3.5 billion in investment in Africa. The full list of corporations and commitments has just been released, and one of the most notable is Yara International’s promise to build a $2 billion fertilizer plant in Africa.” How the US Sold Africa to Multinationals Like Monsanto, Cargill, DuPont, PepsiCo and Others
A $3.5 billion dollar investment is one hell of a “why” now isn’t it? The conference mentioned above actually took place at the The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, “Founded in 1922 as The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations“
In May of 2012, a plan is announced at the Council on Foreign Relations to effectively recolonize the whole of Africa for 45 of our favorite crony corporations. Immediately a film created by the FBI via one of their confidential informants, a guy on federal probation, is retooled and released as the pretext for a new “angry Muslim” uprising. In Sept. of 2012 an attack takes place killing one of our ambassadors. It was conducted by a group who previously worked for us and who currently worked for the government of the town that was attacked. In Nov. of that same year, the military launched a new wave of invasions, small quiet invasions, all across Africa. Those Special Forces led operations paved the way for our crony corporations and their conquest of the African continent. No one questioned why the first black president was committing U.S. troops to Africa in the wake of the Benghazi psyop.
“The invasion has almost nothing to do with “Islamism”, and almost everything to do with the acquisition of resources, notably minerals, and an accelerating rivalry with China.
Unlike China, the US and its allies are prepared to use a degree of violence demonstrated in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Palestine.” John Pilger, Feb. 2013
Clinton with al-Qaeda linked terrorists who destabilized Libya
Across the artificial political divide of the MSM, there is a fire-storm brewing over the Benghazi attacks, something I like to call the Innocence of the Muslims Psyop.
The left is busy reinforcing the notion that nothing too illegal happened and if it did, their most popular product spokespeople (Obama and Clinton) aren’t to be tainted with the blood of the fallen while the republican leaning centrist Business First organizations carefully dance around the issue pretending to get to the bottom of the new revelations from the whistle-blowers without really doing anything of the sort.
This isn’t “dereliction of duty”. Clinton’s State Department was all over this thing from the very beginning just like they were the destabilization of Libya with these same terrorists. This is something much worse and Rand Paul knows it.
But what has clearly been forgotten in the ongoing narrative is what actually happened in Benghazi, what led up to it, who did it and what happened in the aftermath. These are the things you can’t forget. These are the things that made it what it was.
When an operation like this takes place, there is a reason for it and though professional apologists like Jon Stewart will tell you there is no “why” out there being discussed by the republicans, which he is correct in saying, it does exist. I myself have seen it since the very beginning (Sept. 14th 2012) and so have many others:
“This major crisis in all the countries will be a justification for more boots on the ground the same way they’re ready to go into Libya now…It becomes a pretext to kill more Muslims, to steal more resources,” member of Dignity, Human Rights and Peace Randy Short, Sept. 15th 2012
No, the republicrats aren’t saying why it was done or how involved in the planning of the operation the current administration was and there is good reason for that: they as an institution support the overall agenda, using our military and Special Forces to garner greater control of the resources of Africa for the various corporations who pay their unofficial off-the-books salaries.
But if you remember the facts of the case as reported by “legitimate” main-stream sources over the past few months, you find that it’s pretty obvious that there were crimes committed and accountability should be sought for those responsible.
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