Black People : 50+ African Nations Cannot Unite to defeat one little Al Shebop group???

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Kenya Seeks U.S. Military Help for Somalia Operation


    The Obama administration is reportedly considering a request from Kenya for military assistance in Kenya’s month-old military operation inside Somalia. A force of 2,000 Kenyan troops crossed into Somalia last month in a bid to target the militant group al-Shabab. According to the Los Angeles Times, Kenya has made an urgent appeal to the White House for intelligence and logistical support.
    http://www.democracynow.org/2011/11/18/headlines#5

    Here is ones neighbors, that one cannot ask for help

    but instead ask someone who will charge the price of your natural resources, and take food out of the mouths of future generations?

    Just to take care of a little pest control??

    I wonder what Jomo Kenyatta would have said about that?
     
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    Now Ethiopia is invading, the president here says maybe not good, but the pentagon and the CIA say hell yes!
    So what really is in Somalia???


    Hundreds of Ethiopian Troops Invade Somalia Backed by Tanks, Heavy Artillery



    Hundreds of Ethiopian troops backed by tanks and heavy artillery have invaded Somalia. The move by Ethiopia comes just five weeks after Kenya launched its own invasion. Both countries say their target is the Somali militant group al-Shabab. In 2006, Ethiopia launched a larger invasion of Somalia, ousting the moderate Islamic Courts Union, a move that led to the rise of the more militant al-Shabab group. The New York Times reports the Obama administration appears split on the new Ethiopian invasion. Some diplomats in the U.S. State Department are strongly against the move, while the Pentagon and the CIA seem to support it.

    http://www.democracynow.org/2011/11/21/headlines#1
     
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