(Matt Agorist) On Friday, the world erupted in chaos after President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order suspending entry into the United States for people traveling from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
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Barack Obama, the president who promised change, actually provided more of the same. As the 44th President of the United States prepares to exit stage left, he can congratulate himself on becoming the first Nobel Peace Prize winner to bomb seven different countries back to the Stone Age.
The president who preached hope also kept the military-industrial complex in fine fettle, selling a record $115 billion in weapons to Saudi Arabia, the world’s most repressive regime, and destabilized entire regions, creating vacuums for terrorists to thrive.
As the United States renews a bombing and propaganda campaign in Syria, it seems like America’s penchant for waging war knows no bounds. During Barack Obama’s presidency, the U.S. bombed seven countries while supporting other destabilizing military actions throughout the Middle East.
The Obama administration has decided to stretch the 15-year-old congressional authorization for war against the perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks, or those harboring them, to include an illegal war against a group in Somalia – al-Shabab – that wasn’t even in existence at the time of the attacks in 2001. In fact, as with many…
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
NEXT MAJOR WAR: SOMALIA
The next major world conflict is seems to be centering around the tiny nation of Somalia.
FOLLOW THE MONEY
Here in the war torn land of this coastal nation rivals have been fighting ever since the British and Italian Governments left this region and the UN granted it State Hood back in 1960.
Djibouti (Major International Arms Hub) being created out of a former French Colony, Somalia being created out of the former English Colony.
Since the British formally pulled out of Somalia in 1963 there has been constant conflicts either with Guerillas or externally with it’s neighbor Ethiopia.
These Coastal regions are loosely held together by regional governments – Warlords as they are called.
About 3 years ago the US began having troubles with it’s 5th Fleet Base in Behran – the local government there began demanding higher and higher payments to keep the US fleet Base in their nation. Now they are demanding Gold and Silver as payments to remain at this base.
Mysteriously, at the same time Bahrain began to complain, Oil Exploration began in Somalia and there the explorers “Discovered” huge amounts of oil.
At this time three things simultaneously began: