posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 08:14 AM
Sudan is another hot spot that has been waiting to ignite for some time. We've got one hell of a mess on our hands. Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia,
Sudan,... Expect something similar out of Somalia any day now...
I honestly think that we have been waiting and Prepping for something like this for quite a while now. Hillary was in this region at the beginning
This attack has Al Shabab written all over it
U.S. is the driving force behind the fighting in Somalia,
Washington has been quietly equipping and training thousands of African soldiers to wage a widening proxy war against the Shabab, the Al Qaeda
ally that has sparked alarm as foreign militants join its ranks. "You will push … the miscreants from that country, so Somalia can once again be
free of tyranny and terrorism," he told them, according to a video of the May ceremony. "We know you are ready."
These weren't American soldiers. They were from impoverished Sierra Leone in West Africa. But Hogg, a top U.S. Army commander for Africa, was in
Freetown, Sierra Leone's capital, because
The whole region is a powder keg and these embassy attacks spread like wild fire and before the long the attacks escalate to other targets. All made
worse by a very weak president Obama and his utter failure in this region and around the world. Time to buckle down folks this is going to get bumpy
all the way through an "October Surprise"
In South Sudan, which marked a year of independence from Sudan on July 9, Clinton will meet President Salva Kiir tomorrow to discuss topics including
“security, oil and citizenship,” State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in a July 30 statement.
Hostilities escalated in April as troops from South Sudan occupied the Heglig oilfield which is claimed by both, driving the two countries to the edge
of war. Even though South Sudan withdrew after 10 days, the United Nations Security Council threatened to impose sanctions if differences over oil
transit fees, borders and security aren’t settled by today.
In Uganda, Clinton will urge President Yoweri Museveni to strengthen democracy and human rights, while acknowledging the country’s role in boosting
security including trying to hunt down warlord Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army, Nuland said. Uganda was also the first country to offer
troops for the AU force in Somalia, and the U.S. sponsored training and equipment. She’ll arrive today, James Mugume, permanent secretary at
Uganda’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said by telephone from Kampala, the capital.
I've got a bad gut feeling ...