Mali conflict exposes White House-Pentagon split Quoting: DarbyDoom
Some top Pentagon officials and military officers warn that without more aggressive U.S. action, Mali could become a haven for extremists, akin to Afghanistan before the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001...
The ones that ruled from when the USSR pulled out are the Taliban, origin members were recruited before the invasion by the USSR.
Heroin became an export only crop, in return no enforcement of (supposed) UN rights by the Overlords. How to breach them was a program with credits.
"Algerian hostage crisis throws spotlight on spillover of Libyan war
...But the bold move on the gas complex near the Libyan border this week, coupled with the swift military successes of militants in Mali, have also raised questions about NATO’s handling of Libyan arsenals, as well as the country’s borders, during the eight-month revolution, in which the alliance assisted Libya’s rebel forces..."
It show they can get their task completed when France is messing up the playbook by failing in their assigned task, again ....
That might be Canada's way out of having any important tasks given to her, we just need a French General two in the higher ups to doing the plan that gets presented to our NATO Bosses and excused from the exercise.
Wonder if gold output increases?
[link to fromthetrenchesworldreport.com