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Wake up! Obama's Libyan Rebels are Carrying Out Genocide of Black Africans

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Like every war the United States has been in since World War 2, the current war in Libya needs a drummed up motive in which all ambitions for empire are  forgotten, coaxing the public to unite against a grave threat and/or a just cause, giving the collective OK for the government to kill people while the taxpayers watch it on TV.  Vietnam had the staged Gulf of Tonkin incident.  The first Gulf War had the liberation of Kuwait and the fabricated incubator baby incident.  Afghanistan had the 9/11 false flag event.  Iraq had WMD's.  (Wait...no it didn't) . The media plays out the war story like an action movie, beginning with a staged provocation from an evil adversary so that the audience doesn't think the handsome leading man is just blowing away hundreds of extras for no reason.  It's like lighting a dark room with a dim flashlight-- feeding the nation's thirst for war while at the same time writing a fiction of noble sacrifice for justice and a greater good.       

Make no mistake-- President Obama has committed the United States to another war, though he refuses to use that word.  Not only that, he has done it without a declaration from Congress, forcing the United States to collectively jump to its feet at the command of the United Nations.  Bringing his promised "change" (for the worse), Obama and his puppeteers are steering the dying horse of our nation towards the next phase of world empire for the globalists, draining the public treasury to do it and blatantly ignoring the already weak facade of checks and balances in U.S. government, especially when it comes  to the use of military force. 

Not only that, but his "humanitarian" mission is doing the opposite of its stated intention-- it's backiing genocide. 

The Somalialand Press reports that black Africans in Libya are being kidnapped, raped, and murdered by U.S. backed rebels, who are pointing to Gaddafi's use of African mercenaries as an excuse to carry out a campaign of terror against refugees, students, and workers who come from countries like Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Ghana, Nigeria, Chad, Mali and Niger. 

No concrete number of total victims has been reported in the news, though Onwuchekwa Jemie-- a Nigerian journalist-- claims the number of black Africans slaughtered to be in the thousands.  The Financial Times mentioned one black African who was threatened by rebel sympathizers who told him he would be murdered once Gaddafi is overthrown and the rebels take complete control over the country.

One could make the excuse that this is simply blowback resulting from the bumbling foreign policy of a president who doesn't know what he's doing...if not for the fact that this witch-hunt was taking place even before the United States and its allies officially announced their support for the Libyan rebels and started bombing the country. 

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This report from Al Jazeera was posted to Youtube on March 1st, 2011.  While still subtly perpetuating the myth that the uprising in Libya is anything other than a staged globalist attack on Gaddafi's regime to seize Libyan oil and plunge the nation into debt slavery, it covers the attacks on black Africans in Libya before their civil war officially became America's new foreign entanglement. 

The reality that the United States' first black president-- whose father was from Africa-- is backing thugs who are carrying out a racist, murderous purge of black Africans is, on an intellectual level, ironic, and on a human level horrifically tragic. Like the protagonist of a Shakespeare play set in modern day, Obama is a character who illustrates the cannibalistic nature of those seek not even power, but the illusion of power, as he's led by the money forces that control United States policy and obediently continues an agenda that was set in motion long before he even came into office.

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Andrew Steele is the editor of America 20xy-- an independent news service that highlights articles from around the web focusing on international and economic policy, and human rights abuses. The mission statement for the page is a quote from Thomas (more...)
 

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