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Ben Affleck & Corporate-Sustained Chaos in Central Africa

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Written by Keith Harmon Snow 

Please see (links below) my latest just published story deconstructing the Western media and human rights propaganda on Central Africa and, for example, learn the truth about "Genocide in Rwanda" -- because most everything you believe is upside down and backwards. 

To support the Congo stay away from the intelligence front groups like ENOUGH and RAISE HOPE FOR CONGO and ignore (or burn) the recent NATION MAGAZINE article (propaganda). What you can do is invite Friends of the Congo to your area, support them (www.friendsofthecongo.org ), support the Projects that I have in Congo, and support me -- because I am supporting right livelihoods and right actions for Congo directly.  

We need your help. Once again, this is truly independent journalism. Please support it by making a donation. 

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Also, please see my presentations schedule for the next three weeks and try to attend: 

http://www.allthingspass.com/journalism.php? 

Blessings

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keith 

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BEN AFFLECK, RWANDA AND CORPORATE SUSTAINED CATASTROPHE: FUBAR IN CENTRAL AFRICA 


Published 23 January 2009 by Dissident Voice. Story and photos by keith harmon snow. 
(Backed by the Obama Administration and its former Clinton allies, Rwandan troops have marched into Congo, ostensibly to save the day, yet again, barely a month after a scathing United Nations report revealed that they were already there. Meanwhile, the recent UNHCR Gimme Shelter campaign uses the iconic Rolling Stones song and Hollywood star Ben Affleck's video of suffering in Congo as a propaganda tool to peddle the international catastrophe of western AID, intervention and plunder in Central Africa. A look behind the scenes reveals the hidden interests of the misery industry, the obliviousness of do-gooder celebrities, and actor Ben Affleck's personal patronage of Paul Kagame and the perpetrators of genocide in Central Africa. - see also: http://www.dissidentvoice.org/2009/01/ben-affleck-rwanda-and-corporate-sustained-catastrophe/)

 

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