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I didn't know the UN had attack helicopters. I thoght their role was to mediate and keep the peace.

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I didn't know the UN had attack helicopters. I thoght their role was to mediate and keep the peace.

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Yeah it will be peaceful after they kill everyone.

Does this mean the whole world just attacked Eastern Congo? I didnt see any UN security meeting about it.
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I didn't know the UN had attack helicopters. I thoght their role was to mediate and keep the peace.

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The UN's role is to strengthen Muslim rebels and rape children.
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Yeah it will be peaceful after they kill everyone.

Does this mean the whole world just attacked Eastern Congo? I didnt see any UN security meeting about it.
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You don't have sufficient UN/Bilderberg clearance.
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UN was never for peace it was created to support US UK Isreal B.S
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Well seeing the seek to be the NWO it's no wonder they got attack helicopters, they already have APCs and I think they have tanks too?

Anyone know their total arsenal?

Also the number of wars UN has started and are part of is many so no wonder they are getting more and more gear.
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UN was never for peace it was created to support US UK Isreal B.S
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No it was created to support globalist bs.
Else it would love Israel, instead it hates Israel, it also hates USA and UK.
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Re: U.N. attack helicopters hit rebels in eastern Congo
Well seeing the seek to be the NWO it's no wonder they got attack helicopters, they already have APCs and I think they have tanks too?

Anyone know their total arsenal?

Also the number of wars UN has started and are part of is many so no wonder they are getting more and more gear.
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Their arsenal is NATO OTAN.Look it up.They are the Army of the Beast.bump
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U.N. attack helicopters hit Secessionest in eastern Texas

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keepin thuh peas
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I didn't know the UN had attack helicopters. I thoght their role was to mediate and keep the peace.

[link to www.chicagotribune.com]
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The UN's role is to strengthen Muslim rebels and rape children.
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The US pay's 22% of the UN's $4.19 billion yearly budget. In 2010 we payed out an additional $7.6 billion to the UN 4 peace keeping/defense missions, which are not part of the regular budget. So we probably paid for this?
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the congo is a treasure trove for any nation with the balls to go in there,gold,silver,jewels,probally oil ect.at some point in the future we will need to plunder it for its resources!
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Wow....while speed reading the thread title, I thought it said:


U.N. attack helicopters hit rebels in eastern Chicago


That could never happen, right?
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I didn't know the UN had attack helicopters. I thoght their role was to mediate and keep the peace.

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You can buy just about anything with rothschild money...
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UN disgusts me. So Jihadist rebels in Libya = good, but when it's attacking a government it likes = bad.

And there's people who actually support the UN? Deniers.
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The US pay's 22% of the UN's $4.19 billion yearly budget. In 2010 we payed out an additional $7.6 billion to the UN 4 peace keeping/defense missions, which are not part of the regular budget. So we probably paid for this?
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Technically, we borrowed the money from China to pay for it, since that's what we were doing in 2010.
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M23 is marching toward the capital now.

Over 500,000 displaced so far. It would be more but over 5million have died in these wars in the last 14 years.

But with the new weapons traveling all through Africa the rebels can out gun the local army’s now.
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The beast has begun
the real reason most people on this planet are the most ignorant gullible people that have ever lived is a little thing called the

TELL-LIE-VISION

television

when you watch it, you put the I(you) in television and you get tel(i)evision

tell lie vision
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U.N. attack helicopters hit Secessionest in eastern Texas

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Soon to come...

UN troops captured by Texas Defense Forces, their severed heads mounted on spikes....
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the congo is a treasure trove for any nation with the balls to go in there,gold,silver,jewels,probally oil ect.at some point in the future we will need to plunder it for its resources!
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China is going to own it, if it doesn't already.
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U.N. attack helicopters hit Secessionest in eastern Texas

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Soon to come...

UN troops captured by Texas Defense Forces, their severed heads mounted on spikes....
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Hells yeah!

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Goma the capital of North Kivu province will fall within hours.


Snip; "We are about to take the town. We will spend the night in Goma tonight," said Kazarama. "We are confident that we can take Goma and then our next step will be to take Bukavu," he said mentioning the capital of the next province to the south.


Snip; U.N. peacekeeping chief Ladsous said that the rebels were very well-equipped, including with night vision equipment allowing them to fight at night.

Reports by United Nations experts have accused Rwanda, as well as Uganda, of supporting the rebels. Both countries strongly deny any involvement and Uganda said if the charges continue it will pull its peacekeeping troops out of Somalia, where they are playing an important role in pushing out the Islamist extremist rebels.

The U.N. Security Council called for an immediate stop to the violence following a two-hour, closed-door emergency meeting. The council said it would add sanctions against M23 rebels and demanded that rebels immediately stop their advance toward the provincial capital of Goma.

"We must stop the M23" because Goma's fall "would, inevitably, turn into a humanitarian crisis," said France's U.N. Ambassador, Gerard Araud. He added that U.N. officials would decide in the coming days which M23 leaders to target for additional sanctions.



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UN troops have been dropped in to Goma. The city is holding but the situation is very serious. Congo is sending more troops in, they better hurry.

News is slowing to a halt from within the city as the situation intensifies.
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Goma fell, the peices are coming together now.





Congo, which is almost the size of Western Europe, is the world’s largest cobalt producer and was the 10th-largest exporter of copper last year, according to CRU Group, a London- based research company.



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M23 Rebels Vow to Take Congo, as Troops Defect

The M23 rebels pressed ahead with their seizure of territory and towns in eastern Congo on Wednesday and said they intend to topple the government of President Joseph Kabila.


The rebels took control of the eastern Congo town of Sake in a bid to move toward the provincial capital of Bukavu...

The M23 is made up of hundreds of officers who deserted the Congo army in April this year. Neighboring Rwanda has supplied trained soldiers and weapons, according to a report by United Nations experts to be published Friday.

The speed with which the M23 has seized Goma and the surrounding countryside, rich in minerals, exposes the weakness of President Joseph Kabila's government, 1,500 kilometers (978 miles) to the west in Kinshasa, say experts...

Strewn with bodies, burned out vehicles and abandoned tanks, the road between Goma and Sake showed evidence of Tuesday's fighting...

"I know two women who were raped, there are more in the area," said one Goma resident who insisted on anonymity for fear of retaliation...

Rwanda, and to a smaller extent by Uganda, are accused among other things of equipping the rebels with sophisticated arms, including night vision goggles and 120 mm mortars.

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Background on Congo Conflict from Roots in 1994 Rwanda Genocide...

Congo-Kinshasa: The Fall of Goma

...But today, with almost-certain Rwandan (and Ugandan) backing and with, by all accounts, barely token opposition from UN forces stationed there, the M23 seized Goma. And tonight, as the United Nations and the international community stand by, the people of Congo are once again at the mercy of those who have tormented them in the past.

The approach of the international community thus far, both in exercising its mandate to protect civilian lives in Congo and in holding the outside supporters of Congo's rebel groups to task, has thus far proved woefully insufficient.

As word of Goma's fall spread throughout Congo, reaction was immediate. Buildings belonging to Kabila's political party - with many Congolese accusing the president of caving in to the Rwandans - were burned in the cities of Kisangani and Bunia, and UN buildings were pelted by stones in the latter town.

The fall of Goma may prove a defining moment, for both the Congolese government and for the gulf between the actions and the words of the international community in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Update; The rebel group starting negotiations with the Congolese government wants the country's president to resign, according to a rebel document.

Jean-Marie Runiga, president of the M23 rebels said to be backed by Rwanda, on Thursday showed The Associated Press a list of demands that he said will be presented to the Congolese government.

The rebels' demand for Congolese President Joseph Kabila to step down comes as a leading advocacy group says the president is "unable to effectively govern the country."

The M23 recently withdrew from Goma, the capital of North Kivu province in eastern Congo, in order to begin negotiations with Congolese President Joseph Kabila's government.


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So, in Congo rebels are BAD and in Syria they are GOOD.
Oh, my!..
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So, in Congo rebels are BAD and in Syria they are GOOD.
Oh, my!..
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Lot deeper than that, we armed all of them. This is the green resistance weapons spreading all over Africa.

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