Iraq, Libya, Syria: Three Reasons African Americans Should Oppose US intervention in Africa

By Ajamu Baraka Mass slaughter, rape, torture, pillage, perpetual war, cultural degradation, creating social divisions, psychological manipulation – the essential tools employed by Western powers to establish their 522-year domination over many of the peoples of the world – are still being used with frightening efficiency and effect to maintain that dominance. Just over the…

US Aims to Exploit Natural Resources of Africa

Listen to Full Interview>> The United States aims to exploit the natural resources of Africa through sending counter-terrorism units to the continent, says Abayomi Azikiwe of Pan-African News Wire. The US Special Operations troops are forming some counter terrorism units in four countries in north and west Africa under pretext of fighting al-Qaeda militants there.…

The #BringBackOurGirls Campaign Has Become the Loudest Voice for US Imperialism and Military Domination of Africa

The #BringBackOurGirls campaign has become the loudest voice for U.S. imperialism and military domination of Africa. It’s only message is that the U.S. “do something” – as if America is not already responsible for the death of millions of Africans in Congo, Somalia and elsewhere. #BringBackOurGirls masks the reality that Washington’s real mission is to…

The Globalization of Special Forces

Editorial Comment: Recommended Reading: Joint Vision 2020: America’s Military Preparing for Tomorrow – Full-spectrum Dominance By Manlio Dinucci Special Forces have been designed to use military means to conduct unconventional warfare operations, mainly to cause riots and murder political opponents. Washington already secretly used them in 78 countries, while denying the very existence of their…

Drones Over Nigeria

By Alexander Reid Ross Quaking Faultlines The Bring Back Our Girls campaign in Nigeria has mushroomed into an international cause célèbre with very little understanding of nuance or complexity. It is impossible to argue that Boko Haram is not a threat to peace in Africa, but some are insisting that they share insidious rhizomal roots…