A Taste of AFRICOM: Some History on Somalia to Put the Most Recent U.S. Attacks into Perspective

American commandos killed Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, one of the most wanted Islamic militants in Africa, in a daylight raid in southern Somalia on 15 September 2009. This attack is a good “indication of the Obama administration’s willingness to use force against Al Qaeda’s growing influence in the region.”…

Some have been heralding this as a great achievement, while others, including myself, see no difference between what the Bush administration was doing and what the Obama administration is now doing, other then escalating the war by putting ground troops in Somalia, which this attack just did…

So while our Western Mainstream Media continues to feed us government sanctioned propaganda, we should remember why and how Somalia became a failed State, some of the reasons as to why Somali pirates became so active in the region, and what the real agenda is for Africa.



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