posted on Jul, 13 2010 @ 02:51 PM
I hope you'll be able to take the time to read my thread. Regarding the complaints, they are not personal. I just don't know why no one seems to
care about the UGANDA attacks...
While the latest popular threads are BSing about some 193 year old roaming in someone's woods and hollow phobos (whatever that may be, and as if I
care), no one cares to discuss the latest twin attacks in Uganda.
First of all, the twin attacks took place during a football game that many people were watching in Uganda. Of course who knows (and who cares) about
Uganda, right? Most people don't even know where it is? After all, it's just a small country that happens to be west of Kenya, and Kenya just
happens to be west of - Somalia.
You got it right, you may have noticed in the news that the al-shabaab group almost or pretty much or at least came close to claiming responsibility
for the attack.
Al-Shabaab - Who are they? It's just another Arab name to me that sounds like all others...so what?
Well, they hate America and they hate Ethiopia. Why? Because, the original organisation that they were members of - called the ICU - intended to rule
Somalia. Helas, the US in 2006 decided to support the brutal Somali warlords, and make them the leaders of Somalia under a new group created by the US
and the CIA called the Alliance for the Restoration of Peace and Counter-Terrorism (ARPCT).
The present President of Somalia happens to be a former ICU leader, but what does that matter to the US. The more conflict they create, the sooner
they can control Somalia themselves. So they set up the ICU and the Somali warlords against each other which resulted in the disappearance of a very
beautiful sea coast city called Mogadishu, now just rubble. The result: the transitional government supported by the US and the remaining West took
control of the country.
The ICU pretty much dissolved before their ex-leader became President. Meanwhile, some members established their own groups, including al-Shabaab.
Why did the ICU disappear? Because the US encouraged their disappearance with the help of Ethiopean troops.
So some former ICU members were so pi$$ed off they set up their own group, and still create terrorist attacks. Meanwhile they are still connected to
the left-over ICU, which constantly apoligises for their bad behavior, and are also accused of being part of Al Quaida, whatever that may be.
Anyway, they have finally attacked Uganda during a world cup game, and who encouraged them to do it? The US of course, by defeating the ICU in Somalia
with Ethiopean help, and illegally taking control of Somalia. That gives no right for Al-Shabaab to kill innocent civilians, but these guys are pi$$ed
off and just as bad as the warlords supported by the US.
So is the US involved? Yes, indirectly, or maybe even directly, but I can't tell that much since I'm just another uninformed civilian. Could Russia
be involved, since they supported Eritrea during the Cold War when they tried to protect the ICU? Maybe. Who knows. It's still a puzzle but it's
international, and it ought to be investigated, as Somalia is being invaded by the US for the same reason as Afghanistan - oil, oil, oil.
So if you don't care about the Uganda attack, you're being pretty ignorant, because it involves the international community, especially the US and
the UK. So don't just ignore it...think about it more, and research it more, like I'm busy doing.
Again, this is an organised retaliation attack. Ugandan troops are also helping out in Somalia. But still, how is the US connected to this attack.
That's the question...