United States Imperialism in East Africa–Military Interventions and Regional Destabilization


GLOBAL RESEARCH – Secretary of State visits Kenya with initiatives on South Sudan and Somalia. Secretary of State John Kerry landed in Nairobi, Kenya on August 22 for meetings with President Uhuru Kenyatta and foreign ministers from several regional countries in East Africa.


  1. #1 by rehmat1 on 08/24/2016 - 9:34

    Muslim majority Sudan had long been victim of big Jewish lies on behalf of the Israeli imperialism in Africa. Africa’s largest country was broken-down in-spite of the facts that the Southern non-Muslim rebels didn’t seek separation in January 2011 after a bloody insurgency funded and trained by the US and Israel.

    The US installed government of president Salva Kaiir soon realized that Washington was never interested in an independent South Sudan in order to save the Christian minority from the ruling so-called ‘Islamists’ in Khartoum. Once Kaiir refused US $200 millions per month bribe to annul Sudan-China contracts on oil exploration and production signed by Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir in the past – Washington decided to replace him by providing support to country’s former vice-president Riek Machar who fled to anti-Muslim DR Congo last month.

    “If Riek Machar wants to come back to South Sudan, then he should denounce violence,” said Michael Makeui, minister of information on Saturday.

    Currently Obama administration and American poodle Ban Ki-moon (Richard Gowan, Politico com., January 22, 2014) are pushing more UN peace-keepers to be stationed in South Sudan which already is home to 12000-strong United Nations’ mission.

    “The CIA, as it has done in Angola, Mozambique and numerous other African country’s for decades now, is using a rebel leader named Reik Machar to wage an ethnic based war against a government that is doing business with one of Pax Americana’s rivals. The coup against President Kiir in early 2014 by V.P. Machar was planned since 2006, which we know about thanks to Wikileaks,” Eritrea-based journalist Thomas C. Mountain wrote on August 19, 2016.


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