Tuesday, November 27, 2012

BLACKWATER'S ERIK PRINCE AND AFRICA

BLACKWATER'S ERIK PRINCE AND AFRICA

November 25, 2012 By conyeani Leave a Comment

Erik Prince of Blackwater, which he sold after changing its name to 'Xe'
http://africansuntimes.com/2012/11/blackwaters-erik-prince-and-africa/Only if you have not been following the excesses of the U.S. military in awarding contracts to unscrupulous companies would you be forgiven for asking, 'So what's wrong with foreign companies going to Africa to invest?'  Already, the name of his company, 'Frontier Resources Group', evokes one of those sci-fi movies where swashbuckling individuals (normally whites) are dispatched to outposts to 'explore' and conquer the inhabitants.  Just thinking of who Prince is and what he is capable of, invokes a reminder of what happened in 2004 when Simon Mann, with funding from former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's son, Mark Thatcher, attempted to overthrow the Equatorial Guinea's President Obiang Nguema.  Mann had purchased 20 machine guns, 61 AK-47 assault rifles, 150 hand grenades, 10 rocket-propelled grenade launchers (and 100 RPG shells), and 75,000 rounds of ammunition, and was trying to transport them to Equatorial Guinea before he was caught and detained by Zimbabwean authorities.(Read more)




RACIST PAT BUCHANAN: "LAST NIGHT I CRIED FOR HOURS BECAUSE OBAMA WON"

November 25, 2012 By conyeani Leave a Comment
Millions of Americans and people all over the world celebrated the reelection of President Barack Obama to a second term.  But his reelection has elicited different reactions from some white Americans, including those who want to secede from the country, particularly in America's south who voted massively for Romney and couldn't believe their counterparts up north who put Obama back in charge for another four more years. (Read more)
 


WASHINGTON CONGRATULATES SIERRA LEONE ON PEACEFUL ELECTION

November 25, 2012 By conyeani Leave a Comment

President Ernest Bai Koroma reelected to a second term with more than 58% of the vote.
The State Department has issued a statement congratulating the people of Sierra Leone for a peaceful election, the result of which showed current President Ernest Bai Koroma as winning more than 58% of the vote, 3% more than the required 55% needed to win without a run-off, while his strongest opponent, former military junta leader, Julius Maada Bai scored 37%. (Read more)
 
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