America creates pretexts to intervene. When enemies don't exist they're invented. Imperial strategy prioritizes it.
Algiers University Professor Ahmed Adhimi believes Afghanistanizing the Sahel region looms.
Military intervention will attract "adventurers, terrorists, and all those who want to fight the Crusaders" like flower-containing pollen and nectar draw bees to produce honey.
Cross-border conflict may follow. Algeria may become Africa's Pakistan. Washington may drag Algiers into a war it doesn't want. It'll end up victimized like other US targets. Obama perhaps plans it.
A Final Comment
CIA elements operate covertly virtually everywhere. So do US special forces in 120 or more countries.
Fifty-four nations comprise Africa. In 2013, the Pentagon plans sending "small teams" to over 35 of them. Perhaps they're already in most of the other 19.
Reports about their role limited to training and equipping efforts don't wash. US forces everywhere are combat trained and ready.
Special forces are assassins. They specialize in search and destroy, extrajudicial assassinations, and other lawless acts.
Washington wants unchallenged African dominance. AFRICOM was established to rape the continent's riches.
Proxy and direct wars are prioritized. Expect much more in resource-rich areas.
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