Bush in Africa: The Push For AFRICOM in New Colonization
July 13th 2012
July 12, 2012
The former teleprompter reading front man for the global elite, George Bush, has a new assignment – put a human face on AFRICOM’s military adventures in Africa.
LUSAKA — Former President George W. Bush has kept a relatively low profile in the United States since leaving office. But in Africa this week he is publicly promoting his institute’s initiative to prevent and treat cervical cancer. While Bush is following a familiar post-presidential path in supporting humanitarian causes, he would prefer to focus on quiet service, to lead through example and hard work.
He worked alongside other volunteers in Kabwe – Zambia’s second-largest city – to renovate a health clinic which specializes in the early detection and treatment of cervical cancer.
”You’re always the former president but I wanted to come here as a laborer…I do want to say that on this particular trip that myself and friends have left behind a clinic and hope to inspire others to come and refurbish clinics as well,” Bush said.
AFRICOM’s “lily pads” were authorized to move into Zambia, Gabon, Kenya, Mali, Morocco, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Tunisia, and Uganda by the Bush regime. The excuse was typical – it was a move in opposition to the emergence of al-Qaeda in Africa, specifically the United Islamic Courts that had made the mistake of stabilizing Somalia without the friendly assistance of the globalists, their NGOs and the IMF and World Bank loan sharking operations.
More recently, AFRICOM momentarily experienced a positive propaganda blip after the Kony 2012 campaign was launched by the foundation Invisible Children. It is partnered with Human Rights Watch and is supported by “Wall Street speculator George Soros’ Open Society Institute which also funds Invisible Children through a myriad of proxy foundations,” according to researcher and journalist Tony Cartalucci. “Like Invisible Children, Human Rights Watch is a corporate-backed fraud” and routinely dispenses propaganda exploited by the Pentagon and its AFRICOM mission to make Africa bankster investment friendly.
Cartalucci explains the mission:
When we look at the history of Africa and the genesis of the current strife being manipulated and used as a pretext for continued Western intervention, we will realize that it was the West that created many of [Africa’s] problems in the first place. It then stands to reason that the West’s return in the form of Wall Street-funded “humanitarian NGOs” and US AFRICOM are the least likely solutions to improving the long-plighted continent.
Likewise, George Bush’s supposedly humanitarian and fatherly visit to Zambia is nothing but another empty and cynical public relations trick to put a human face on the slaughter unfolding in much of Africa.
Following Europe’s “Christianity, Commerce and Civilization” mission into what is now Zambia in the 1800s, Cecil Rhodes extracted mineral rights. After the locals rebelled Pax Britannica was established and the region became the British Colony of Northern Rhodesia. It then fell under the control of Rhodes’ British South Africa Company which enjoyed a royal charter. Following independence in 1964, the country remained dependent on Britain and its managerial class. By the 1970s Zambia was firmly under the control of “international lenders,” the globalist loan sharks.
It order to cinch the control of the banksters, large swaths of Africa are increasingly falling under the control of al-Qaeda and other imported Islamists, requiring of course Wall Street enforcers at the Pentagon to intervene.
The latest propaganda ploy designed to highlight the destructive influence of the Islamists occurred when fanatical Muslims destroyed a historical site in northern Mali at Timbuktu. “The United States is condemning the destruction of two more tombs in northern Mali as international outrage grows,” CNN reports today.
The al-Qaeda template was previously used in the Middle East and the Balkans and, short of being entirely exposed and discredited, will be used again when vassals resist domination by the ruling elite.