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    Default U.S. to Begin Sending Units into as many as 35 African Countries

    Per Fox News, I'll just break the link:

    h t tp://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/12/24/new-pentagon-effort-will-send-army-teams-to-africa-as-terror-threat-grows/

    We all knew the next stage would be Africa. Next, it will be South America, I bet. In fact, I read not too long ago that people within some of the South American countries were becoming paranoid that the U.S. may start intervening a little more down there, again.
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    American foreign policy is like a game of risk except that America always picks on the weakest players.

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    You want to know why? It's because Africa is a prime location to have when we go to war with China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iptay View Post
    You want to know why? It's because Africa is a prime location to have when we go to war with China.
    In that regard, China is years ahead of us they've been colonizing africa for some time now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iptay View Post
    You want to know why? It's because Africa is a prime location to have when we go to war with China.

    Quote Originally Posted by specsaregood View Post
    In that regard, China is years ahead of us they've been colonizing africa for some time now.

    You're both right - what I see happening is the U.S. takeover of Chinese possessions (oil and mineral resources) in Africa, done under the name of "national security" on the part of the U.S.

    Why bother to negotiate treaties and invest in infrastructure if you can simply invade and take over the stuff that's already been built, ala Iraq?

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    so now we are in wars in 42 countries?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KCIndy View Post
    You're both right - what I see happening is the U.S. takeover of Chinese possessions (oil and mineral resources) in Africa, done under the name of "national security" on the part of the U.S.

    Why bother to negotiate treaties and invest in infrastructure if you can simply invade and take over the stuff that's already been built, ala Iraq?
    Because you spend more than what you make.

    Europe tried to take over all the natural resources in the world and it failed not just financially but in the term of human lives.More than a hundred million Europeans died in the wars and god knows how many others.The German Kaiser was more concerned about his colonies in Africa then about the thousands of his people dying on the Western,Eastern and Southern front.

    The USA has ruled the world for less than 30 years and it already is starting to come apart on all sides.In time the price of arrogance will have to be paid in blood,bones and guts,as it has been paid by all Empires before it.


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    It's all about resources. That is what most conflicts in the future will be about.

    As the Seleka rebel alliance moves onwards to the Central African state's capital Bangui, the French are pondering on what to do with the alliance, take them out and preserve one of France's Uranium interests in the country or let the government of Francois Bozize fall, though from what I can understand, it's the Central African government's fault for making a mess of the state. Bozize is in his second term, almost his second year through.

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    Af-rica

    What, they think it will be more Af-fordable?
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    from post in recent Libya thread

    the ptb knew well the publics loathe for the dubya back in mid 2000, they also knew well that they had a plan for mid east and africa that they wanted to implement that would have most likely lead to riots and massive protests around the world if tried under his or (similar to his) command. what they needed was a brother from a different mother, perhaps with some mid east - african heritage ( connection ) to make it all ok and pallatable to the world, and after all he is a no belle peace prize winner . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    Af-rica

    What, they think it will be more Af-fordable?
    Well considering America's position with energy, and it doesn't grow on trees. I'm not suprised at all about America's advancements, just like the Southern Central Command established in 1983 for the keeping of the flow of oil, logistical dominace over Somalia to Afghanistan's borders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by specsaregood View Post
    In that regard, China is years ahead of us they've been colonizing africa for some time now.
    I, for one, welcome our new Chinese overlords!

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    War is a racket! When the U.S. needs resources and needs to feed the machine, it simply invades and conquers like a virus:

    http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/warisaracket.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by jllundqu View Post
    War is a racket! When the U.S. needs resources and needs to feed the machine, it simply invades and conquers like a virus:

    http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/warisaracket.html
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