Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Goddess Auset333, Sep 26, 2007.
Old news. The military base in Africa is over and done with. It ain't happening. Let me speed up your rate of posting articles on this issue. I'll post the latest three articles. Hold on for a minute.
The US military bases were primarily targeted for the Gulf of Guinea (Nigeria, Angola area) where all the oil was at. But the nations in that region were not having it. So, event one. Could these nations muster enough internal politics to stop the bases?
Nigeria: Country Moves to Halt U.S. Military
The Federal Government has begun moves to frustrate the plan by the United States to establish a military base in the Gulf of Guinea.
Well, as we now have it, these nations did pull it off. Their resistance poured cold water on the primary motivation for setting up military bases in Africa. America got the wind that they were not wanted in Africa.
Africa: U.S. Plans No New Bases on Continent, Says Official
The United States' new African military command structure – Africom – will neither base nor deploy U.S. forces on the African continent, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs Teresa Whelan said Thursday.
Beloved Mighty warrior Militant:
Good for them. They need to make sure that U.S. military and any other countrie's doesn't try to set up shop in their land.
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