Morocco’s Controversial Return to the African Union

SADR’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Salem Uld Salek, expressed his government’s willingness to negotiate an end to Rabat’s occupation of Sahrawi territory, based on his people’s right to self-determination. Darcy Borrero Batista | informacion@granma.cu Morocco is, for many, reminiscent of the love of a bygone era, epitomized by Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart in…

NATO’s Disrespect of Libyan Sovereignty Continues

Alexandra Valiente Jamahiriya News Agency Jens Stoltenberg met with Fayez al-Sarraj at NATO Headquarters today where Stoltenberg offered support to the reprobate UN-US-NATO imposed “government of accord” (OS). The proposed intervention included building military institutions and an intelligence apparatus, with the unstated objective of completing Libya’s destruction as a sovereign nation. (See the official NATO…

Fascist America: The Issue is Not Trump, It’s Us

On Actually Existing Fascism and the Hypocrisy of the Left Under Obama, the U.S. extended secret “special forces” operations to 138 countries, or 70 percent of the world’s population. By John Pilger On the day President Trump is inaugurated, thousands of writers in the United States will express their indignation. “In order for us to heal…

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…

Uganda: ‘A Brilliant Genocide’

By Ann Garrison Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni One hundred million people around the world watched the viral video “Kony 2012.” Its evangelical Christian producers’ mission was to proselytize for the use of U.S. Special Forces to help Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni hunt down warlord Joseph Kony and his Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Despite huge support…

Mission Impossible: Keeping Track of US Special Ops in Africa

By Nick Turse Sometimes the real news is in the details — or even in the discrepancies. Take, for instance, missions by America’s most elite troops in Africa. It was September 2014. The sky was bright and clear and ice blue as the camouflage-clad men walked to the open door and tumbled out into nothing….

Libya, the Doha Meetings: Truth vs Deceit

Jamahiriya News Agency Contrary to statements made by attendees that Qatar simply hosted the Doha meetings and in no way influenced them, the Muslim Brotherhood, through Turkey, Qatar, the US and the United Nations, have been deeply invested in these dialogues chaired by their terrorist colleague, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) commander, Khaled Al Sharif….

AFRICOM: Breaking the Camouflage Wall of Silence

By Nick Turse It’s rare to hear one top military commander publicly badmouth another, call attention to his faults, or simply point out his shortcomings. Despite a seemingly endless supply of debacles from strategic setbacks to quagmire conflicts since 9/11, the top brass rarely criticize each other or, even in retirement, utter a word about…