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Mali: France imposes news blackout as French bodies pile up!
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[quote:aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:MV8yMTE3OTI0XzM1NzE4MjEwXzhCQThGQTlG] [quote:aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:MV8yMTE3OTI0XzM1NzE4MTQ0X0YzRjQ3NDlB] [quote:Lady Jane Smith:MV8yMTE3OTI0XzM1NzE3ODg2X0U2RkQ3MTYz] [quote:Anonymous Coward 10372663:MV8yMTE3OTI0XzM1NzE3NzMxXzkwMzE3QTM2] [quote:aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:MV8yMTE3OTI0XzM1NzE3MTA1X0I4RkM5MTVF] Maybe the French should take back the Statue of Liberty? :tomato::tomato: [/quote] ?????????????????????? Explain please what does one have to do with the other? [/quote] Probably because we will be expected to take massive numbers of criminals & prospective welfare recipients from these countries in the name of humanitarianism? [/quote] Why the Islamic terrorists in Mali are fought by NATO, but in Libya and Syria are the same groups assisted by NATO and supported? :tomato: [/quote] We must learn to distinguish between the Muslims who want to survive, make their living and where many are victims in so many ways of the so called war against terror, launched by false flags as a pretext for war against Islam. And it mentions the massacres, extortion, humiliation, despoilment and genocide carried out against Azawad in 1963, 1990, 2006, 2010 and 2012. It condemns the "inhuman behaviour" of Mali in using various droughts (1967, 1973, 1984, 2010….) to try and wipe out the people of Azaward at the same time as it had asked for and received generous humanitarian aid from overseas. Azawad formally declares its independence http://vastminority.blogspot.com/2012/04/azawad-formally-declares-its.html :afro: [/quote]
France has reportedly imposed a media blackout on its invasion of Mali amid a growing war that rages on in the West African nation.
On January 11, France launched the war under the pretext of halting the advance of fighters in Mali. However, as Paris has stepped up its ground offensive and aerial strikes in Mali few images of the conflict have come out of the African country.
French networks TF1 and France Televisions have also sent several teams to Bamako, but a media blackout on images of the clashes has confined all journalists to the city.
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