Abu Zaid’s Struggle is Stronger Than Any Talk

The following is a translation of a critically important article published a short while ago. (أبو زيد كفاح أبلغ من الكلام) I am deeply grateful to the translator who made this document available in English. Not only is this a tribute to Dr. Dorda, it is a damning indictment of the crimes of NATO, the…

Djibouti: Springboard for US Military Intervention

By Andrei Akulov The US is dramatically increasing the tempo of its military operations in MENA (the Middle East and North Africa), especially in the Horn of Africa. Djibouti has an important role to play in the military planning. The small republic guards the entrance to the Red Sea and Suez Canal to make it a perfect…

Will US-AFRICOM Become Ethiopia’s New Army?

Ethiopia’s authoritarian regime, dominated by elites of the Tigrayan ethnic group, faces growing protest by the Oromo and Amhara people, who together make up the majority of the population. Even the U.S. admits that the regime is a serious violator of human rights, yet the U.S. is Ethiopia’s main military ally. Given the glaring contradictions,…

Enough of CIA’s ‘Enough Project’ in Africa!

The “Enough Project” claims it’s mission is to prevent genocide in Africa, but has been conspicuously silent when it comes to the genocidal famine in Somalia. WKOG editor: As people finally become aware of Avaaz – as a key instrument of empire – watch for the Enough Project which could, if embraced by the public,…

Rwanda: The Danger of a Sanitized Narrative

How a British NGO changed the course of Rwandan history and helped fuel impunity in Africa’s Great Lakes region President of Rwanda Paul Kagame at the World Economic Forum in Cape Town, South Africa, June 11, 2009 (Matthew Jordaan/WEF) By Judi Rever The passion of war has long inspired propagandists. Some have sought to influence…