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Watch as it Develops - The Staged War Against Islamists in Northern Mali
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 23406708:MV8yMDI0NTkwXzM0MDgzMzczXzczQ0E0MEFB] This lady in an English Human Rights Activist who blogs on Northwest Africa... Two weeks ago the President of Mauritania was accidentally shot five times...(Mauritania & Mali share long border)... Three days before he was shot, this blogger posted an update on her Facebook page predicting a "false flag" attack in Mauritania before the visit of the US UnderSecretary of State Maria Otero. Ms. Otero was the highest ranking US Official to visit Mauritania in five years...(Basically the blogger (Anita) gave herself a five day window for this "false flag") Anyway, the President was "accidentally shot" two days before Ms. Otero's visit (which was cancelled)...So, I'm thinking this blogger knows what she's talking about...([b]Has a GLP poster calling for a false flag w/I five days ever been correct?)[/b] She believes that the War on Mali is on (of course)...and that the President of Mauritania is deeply involved. She outlines the type of stories we should expect to see in the West drumming up support for this human rights interventions (and you will see those exact stories posted above) and then she gives us this gem.... [b]They are having to rush the planned intervention into Mali....Why? Because under the Islamists, the economy is improving DRAMATICALLY... Refugees are returning... and you can't justify a humanitarian war if those nasty Islamists are actually making life better for the locals...[/b] It explains why the Mail timetable has been pushed up from early 2013 to after the US Presidential elections in 2012... Here's her blog, she's also on Facebook... She seems somewhat shambolic, but the pattern is so obvious it is easily discernible to those who are watching...and she is watching... #Mauritania: Sex, Lies and Videotape https://lissnup.wordpress.com/2012/10/22/mauritania-sex-lies-and-videotape/ [/quote]
Background - About a year ago, I stumbled on a website run by a group of students in France. They represented an organization called the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad (MNLA is its initials in French).
I kept up with their movement to establish an independent Taureg state in Northern Mali. As I followed their statements and the occasional MSM article, it became apparent that something was not quite right. These kids were being set up. I came to believe that I was watching Western intelligence operation to create the pretext for Western intervention in Africa (in other words, I was watching a "false flag" war in the making)...
By early October, the yellow journalism building the case for war was undeniable...So, I decided to create this thread. Using MSM news sources (with occasional commentary posts) I tried to give the background on what is happening in Mali & why it might be happening....
Thanks for reading - Here is my original post...
Who do I root for?
Foreign jihadists from Sudan and Western Sahara pour into northern Mali
HUNDREDS of jihadist fighters, mainly from Sudan and Western Sahara, arrived in northern Mali over the weekend to support the Islamist groups ahead of a threatened regional intervention, witnesses and a security source say.
link to www.theaustralian.com.au
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