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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Seriously, folks? Consider the source. I'm more concerned about my brain waves being stolen by the government's flouride program.
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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    If I were a soldier, I would refuse to participate in this nonsense. How does this make America safer?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    1 day after the election, Obama added a new country to the list he is bombing. Yemen.

    3 days after the election, Obama's next war has been announced - Mali.

    Of course, because he is a Democrat this will be cheered as a UN coalition action - which of course so was Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    And, of course, the USA will be fighting the decimated and destroyed Al Q forces that were put into power by the US government.

    Joint U.S. military exercises with West African regimes and the Socialist government of France, which is among the chief proponents of the invasion, have been ongoing for months. More recently, U.S. forces completed a two-week “war-game” exercise aimed at preparing American soldiers to battle alleged “militants” in the region. Ironically, again, those same rebels currently in the crosshairs acquired vast stockpiles of arms as a direct result of Obama’s lawless and unconstitutional war on nearby Libya purportedly “authorized” by the UN.


    Recent examples of armed UN intervention with support from Obama have included the violent overthrow of the Christian president of the Ivory Coast. Despite a ruling by the nation’s highest court that he had won the election, the former leader was replaced with a tyrannical Muslim central banker after the UN and Islamist militias marched to the capital, slaughtering thousands of Christian civilians along the way...

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    It looks like war in the Persian Gulf Region intiated by Bush is not Obama's preference. Rather, he would have the United States engage in nation building by military actions and now invasions for the Continent of Africa.

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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Well, launch more wars. and we Chinese will over take you.

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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    If I were a soldier, I would refuse to participate in this nonsense. How does this make America safer?
    If I remember correctly, guys tried to do that in Iraq. Didn't work out to well for them.
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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    Seriously, folks? Consider the source. I'm more concerned about my brain waves being stolen by the government's flouride program.
    Hands you a tin foil cap just in case

    I don’t know .. It’s always hard to verify something like this until the major networks can get ahold of it and do some digging … but there is a lot of chatter going on about it

    You can check here …. West Africa agrees on 3,300-strong force for Mali Page 4 - International Organizations Desk

    Not sure if any of these sites are any good or not .. But they do list some of the sites talking about this

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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Quote Originally Posted by The Barbarian View Post
    It’s always hard to verify something like this until the major networks can get ahold of it and do some digging …
    You consider those reputable???

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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    1 day after the election, Obama added a new country to the list he is bombing. Yemen.

    3 days after the election, Obama's next war has been announced - Mali.

    Of course, because he is a Democrat this will be cheered as a UN coalition action - which of course so was Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    And, of course, the USA will be fighting the decimated and destroyed Al Q forces that were put into power by the US government.

    Joint U.S. military exercises with West African regimes and the Socialist government of France, which is among the chief proponents of the invasion, have been ongoing for months. More recently, U.S. forces completed a two-week “war-game” exercise aimed at preparing American soldiers to battle alleged “militants” in the region. Ironically, again, those same rebels currently in the crosshairs acquired vast stockpiles of arms as a direct result of Obama’s lawless and unconstitutional war on nearby Libya purportedly “authorized” by the UN.


    Recent examples of armed UN intervention with support from Obama have included the violent overthrow of the Christian president of the Ivory Coast. Despite a ruling by the nation’s highest court that he had won the election, the former leader was replaced with a tyrannical Muslim central banker after the UN and Islamist militias marched to the capital, slaughtering thousands of Christian civilians along the way...

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    It looks like war in the Persian Gulf Region intiated by Bush is not Obama's preference. Rather, he would have the United States engage in nation building by military actions and now invasions for the Continent of Africa.
    Same government that invaded the Confederacy and that was completely justified, dontchaknow. These wars will have the same alchemy as the war of northern aggression. But I can tell you this: We have not forgotten! Nor will those countries!
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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Invisible View Post
    Well creating instability on the continent of Africa is quite purposeful as it will gives the US an excuse to argue and pressure for a country to host AFRICOM, which is currently HQed in Italy (Italy to host AFRICOM headquarters - News - Stripes) and was soundly rejected by Africans and African nations (Africans Fear Hidden U.S. Agenda in New Approach to Africom | Fox News). Allowing AFRICOM to get a foothold in on the African continent is to ensure US access to oil in on the continent (Revisiting and Reconsidering AFRICOM | Feature Article 2009-07-12) as well as curb Chinese moves in Africa.
    I guess you are one who thinks we 'steal' oil from the middle east. LOL. I always get a kick out of people who have that idea. I mean, after all, where does the oil cartel dictating the price we pay for it come in if we are stealing so much of it. There is oil under where I sit right now. Why is the US not invading Kentucky for it? LOL

    There are people in other countries who want jobs and money. They depend on the sale of oil to the US in order to have a living. Those governments want us there to protect their economic interests. Some of you listen only to radical islam and buy its sick rhetoric about the US which is absolutely pathetic.
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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Quote Originally Posted by Maenad View Post
    I guess you are one who thinks we 'steal' oil from the middle east. LOL. I always get a kick out of people who have that idea. I mean, after all, where does the oil cartel dictating the price we pay for it come in if we are stealing so much of it. There is oil under where I sit right now. Why is the US not invading Kentucky for it? LOL

    There are people in other countries who want jobs and money. They depend on the sale of oil to the US in order to have a living. Those governments want us there to protect their economic interests. Some of you listen only to radical islam and buy its sick rhetoric about the US which is absolutely pathetic.
    Basically it works like this. There is a global oil supply. There are 3 countries who use most of it. China, India and America. The more oil that is available in the world to feed these countries lowers the price of oil for everyone. If China has a oil source, they will not use our oil source. If their oil source dries up, or becomes inaccessible, they will start using an oil source we use and make it harder for us to get oil. That is a really simple version of the idea. Do you think we bombed Libya to free them? Hell no. France was about to lose their oil supply. That means they would have to go to someone else’s, causing the price to go up. Vive la Liberte.
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    Re: Obama to Help UN Invade Mali

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_State View Post
    Basically it works like this. There is a global oil supply. There are 3 countries who use most of it. China, India and America. The more oil that is available in the world to feed these countries lowers the price of oil for everyone. If China has a oil source, they will not use our oil source. If their oil source dries up, or becomes inaccessible, they will start using an oil source we use and make it harder for us to get oil. That is a really simple version of the idea. Do you think we bombed Libya to free them? Hell no. France was about to lose their oil supply. That means they would have to go to someone else’s, causing the price to go up. Vive la Liberte.
    Do you really think we steal oil?
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