Friday, January 12, 2007


"The U.S. government has taken the action of destabilizing a popularly elected government in favor of helping remnants of the very warlords that killed American soldiers in 1993, to the cost of the Somali people who had finally found peace and stability after years of civil war and bloodshed."

At least he's our SOB - well one of them

"The American oil giants Conoco, Amoco, Chevron and Phillips hold concession rights in Somalia. According to the Los Angeles Times, “corporate and scientific documents disclosed that the American companies are well positioned to pursue Somalia’s most promising potential oil reserves the moment the nation is pacified,” that is to say after a suitable number of Muslims are killed and a requisite dictatorship takes hold..."Neocons Attack “al-Qaeda” in Somalia

In Somalia, a reckless U.S. proxy war

Africa travel

Bracing for war in East Africa

"His primary job was to convince Less Developed Countries (LDCs) around the world to accept multibillion dollar loans for infrastructure projects and to see to it that most of this money ended up at MAIN, Bechtel, Halliburton, Brown and Root, and other U.S. engineering/construction companies. The loans left the recipient countries wallowing in debt and highly vulnerable to outside political and commercial interests."Economic Hit Men John Perkins

Bemba rejects Congo poll results

Habib Kagimu, Tamoil, Museveni, Libya and Corruption

Property of the State

From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe

Europe’s new dumping ground

Fears of 'extreme' TB strain

Uganda: does peace have a chance?

Africa: Reports expose fraud of G8 pledges of aid and debt relief

A continuation of 700-year old colonial fascism. Why the Terror Plots Are False

'Organised crime a concern' - Mbeki

The Truth Seeker - Mossad's Record

Africa's natural wealth key to fighting poverty - UN

Witchcraft abuse of children 'is rife' in the UK

African-American Voters Scrubbed by GOP Hit List

HIV worse in Africa's rich: study

S.Africa house price growth near 6-yr low in May - Absa

'Hunt for origin of HIV pandemic ends at chimpanzee colony in Cameroon',,1783648,00.html

Equatorial Guinea - You are invited to a coup - Quiet Americans welcome

Foreigners held over Congo 'plot'

Monkeys Really Do 'Talk To Each Other'

Sudan - Darfur

They carried on having sex for as long as 4m years,,1777273,00.html

US accused of backing Somali warlords

The US wants to send more and more troops into North and West Africa. They've already sent troops into Mauritania, Mali, Chad and Niger, and they're already working with the security forces in Morocco and Algeria.

8 May 2006
Young girls in Liberia are still being sexually exploited by aid workers and peacekeepers despite pledges to stamp out such abuse, Save the Children says.
Liberia sex-for-aid 'widespread'

26 February, 2002
BBC News AFRICA Child refugee sex scandal

The Landless of South Africa

UN warns of Horn of Africa's 'silent tsunami'

Sudan, Oil, and the Darfur Crisis

Hoe to steal Sudanese oil - Indymedia Ireland

US official rushes to Africa to push for peace in Darfur

Ape rights movement questions barrier between man and animal

FEATURE-Brain drain deprives Africa of vital talent

More aid to Africa: a blessing or curse for development?

China’s Sinochem eyes Africa in oil hunt

Mengistu and Zimbabwe

Zim denies high mortality rate

We have to assume Ali Mohamed has been quietly released, despite his admissions to involvement with terrorist activities for al Qaeda against the United States embassies in Africa.

Ali Mohamed of the CIA?

The world is likely to suffer a temperature rise of more than 3C, says the government's chief scientist. In a report based on computer predictions, Professor David King said that increase would cause drought and famine and threaten millions of lives..... UK seeks agreement on carbon cap

Latest fossil find strengthens chain of human evolution

Zimbabwe - Z$1.45 trillion for executive desks.

Zim denies high mortality rate

The world is likely to suffer a temperature rise of more than 3C, says the government's chief scientist. In a report based on computer predictions, Professor David King said that increase would cause drought and famine and threaten millions of lives..... UK seeks agreement on carbon cap

A major health problem that we should get rid of.

China has carried off the world's largest reduction in poverty

Somalia - United States backs the warlords?

Charles Taylor, the CIA and bin Laden

China's move into Africa

They have sex BEFORE they have supper... they enjoy rubbing their behinds together...Bonobos shed an exciting new light... on "the role of sex in human society and overthrow established theories of the biological inevitability of human aggressiveness and the drive for power."

Israelis and Americans, the Gulf of Guinea: the next Persian Gulf

Oil - Nigeria - USA
Big oil and the troubled waters of the Niger Delta


USA to invade Nigeria?

Forgotten African famine threatens 20 million people

UGANDA: War-ravaged north rues Museveni win

Oxfam Criticizes Sale Of Military Equipment to Uganda

Shell told to pay $1.5 bln damages
Niger Delta oil crisis not abating

Christian evangelical organisations as fronts for the CIA; news from Uganda.



Congo - a disaster that kills as many people as the 2004 Asian tsunami every six months.,12292,1370528,00.htmlUN seeks $680m in aid for the DRC

Morocco - the CIA's dustbin and the CIA's recruiting ground?


EASTERN AFRICA: Millions facing critical food shortages

Gates cash kick-starts TB funding drive

Conserving our chimp cousins; chimpanzee numbers have dwindled from around 2 million at the beginning of the last century in 25 countries in West and Central Africa, to barely 150,000 today in four countries.,,1696694,00.html

Protests against UN and French occupation of Ivory Coast

Rivals demand early election in Kenya
Kenyan ministers 'admitted plotting to steal millions'

Equatorial Guinea, Bush, Riggs Bank, Russian Mafia money

China's growing focus on Africa

Nation salutes Africa's first elected female leader

A Blog relating to Africa

Street children in Africa
Street children in Africa

Mr Africa

Election revives ‘ugly old Uganda’

Jon Snow on Africa's best chance yet to eradicate malaria,3604,1676761,00.html

Africa's year of democratic reverses

South Africa feels heat from shantytown dwellers

African Carnage Feeds Globalization:

Gambia -HQ of the Mafia World?


Zimbabwe - simple huts, innocent children, economic meltdown

aangirfan: Africa and Israel

UK trying to get its hands on Sierra Leona's diamonds

De Beers, Sierra Leone, Angola, the Congo, Ghana...

Did Jewish Diamond Merchants, Israeli Arm Smugglers and Jewish/Russian Mobsters Finance Al Qaeda?