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Hollande wins Unesco peace prize for Mali intervention, Yet the unrest continues.

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posted on Jun, 8 2013 @ 10:26 PM
Hollande wins Unesco peace prize for Mali intervention

Hollande wins Unesco peace prize for Mali intervention

Hollande wins Unesco peace prize for Mali intervention

France's president has received a major prize from the United Nations' cultural organisation for his decision to send troops to Mali in January.

Another example showing just how pathetic the UN is.

Hollande Today had won the Unesco peace prize for Mali intervention yes thats right an Unesco peace prize for an military intervention in the north of Mali.

Its No surprise that he won and also he is so eager to intervene in Syria to get another Unesco peace prize possibly according to the BBC report.

The president of the jury praised Mr Hollande for the "solidarity shown by France to the peoples of Africa". The decision was criticised by some human rights groups, who noted the continuing unrest in Mali.

I have to tend to agree with these human rights groups they are right to criticize it the way the Unesco what they did and gave the joke peace prize to Hollande just goes they arent interested in peace at all other then being nothing more then an a joke of an organization furthermore.

Justifying the Intervention
At the bottom of the section of the report it quotes Benin President Thomas Boni Yayi. So whose Benin Thomas Boni Yayi?

Boni was born in Tchaourou, in the Borgou Department in northern Benin, then the French colony of Dahomey. He was educated in the regional capital, Parakou, and later studied economics at the National University of Benin. He studied banking at Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar, Senegal, and later economics and politics at the University of Orléans in France and at Paris Dauphine University, where he completed a doctorate in economics in 1976.

In other terms his an French puppet of course he would phrase the french intervention he lived in French.

Benin President Thomas Boni Yayi meanwhile told the news agency AFP: "If France had not intervened, where would we be? God alone knows."

At the same Hollande whom won the prize he claimed success after the intervention but in truth once you intervene the Isamists arent defeated they just regroup and attack later as the regroup there members and fighters so for Hollande to win the Unesco peace prize for Mali intervention, cant be taken serious.

And why cant be cant be taken serious? notice how in the BBC report they dont want to mention that Islamists are rather the Tuareg rebels? the same Tuareg tribe that was forced by the French and America out of there own homes in Libya?

Why wouldn't the BBC report state that? to much damaging for the French either way. Its clear there is some agenda into pushing for unnecessary interventions that we dont at the same that whole Europe is facing a major crisis.

posted on Jun, 9 2013 @ 03:57 PM
I am surprised no one has any thoughts on this?
edit on 9-6-2013 by Agent_USA_Supporter because: (no reason given)

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