Uganda: Hussein Obama Sends U.S. Troops to Wage Jihad Against Christians

 Al Jizz is jubilant over America’s latest war…  against Uganda’s Christians

Don’t believe the propaganda you’ll find about the Lord’s Resistance Army written in Wikipedia. They are freedom fighters in a civil war against Muslims.

The last time I checked Uganda had a problem with Islamic terrorism, not with Christians. Whenever I think about Uganda, the Israeli raid on Entebbe and  Idi Amin, the muselmanic cannibal of Uganda come to mind.

Remember this:  Earlier this year the Ivory Coast was overrun by the soldiers of Allah who demographically amounted only to 20 % of the population. Now Ivory Coast is another Muselmanic hell, governed by a Muslim minority who infiltrated from the north. They’re not even native to Ivory Coast.

Lord’s Resistance Army objectives:  

“To remove dictatorship and stop the oppression of our people.”

Now, again Lord’s Resistance Army is who Obama sent troops to help nations wipe out. The objectives of the Lord’s Resistance Army, what they’re trying to accomplish with their military action in these countries is the following: “To remove dictatorship and stop the oppression of our people; to fight for the immediate restoration of the competitive multiparty democracy in Uganda; to see an end to gross violation of human rights and dignity of Ugandans; to ensure the restoration of peace and security in Uganda, to ensure unity, sovereignty, and economic prosperity beneficial to all Ugandans, and to bring to an end the repressive policy of deliberate marginalization of groups of people who may not agree with the LRA ideology.” Those are the objectives of the group that we are fighting, or who are being fought and we are joining in the effort to remove them from the battlefield.

The government of Uganda claims that Lord’s Resistance Army only has 500 or a thousand soldiers in total. So what’s the threat? If that’s the maximum size of their army, what’s the threat? 

This travel warning from the Australian gov’t doesn’t mention anything about ‘Christian’ terrorism, but it mentions jihad.

Are you startled by the fact that  the U.S. is fighting on behalf of  Islamic terrorists?

Scroll down on the above link to catch up on some recent history…..

Atlas Shrugs:

Obama’s 5th War: Sends US Troops into ………. Africa

US troops in Africa? To fight a hotbed of al Qaeda franchise groups? No. Troops will be sent to central Africa, and, following the approval of each nation, will deploy in the nations of Uganda, South Sudan, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to fight the “Lords Resistance Army.” Huh?

He is entering yet another war against who? Al Shabaab? Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula? Hamas? Hezb’Allah? Jama’at al-Tabligh? Jama’at ul Fuqra? Lashkar-e Tayyiba? The Muslim Brotherhood? Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Islamic Jihad Union? Al-Muhajiroun? Hizb ut Tahrir? No. The LRA. We need to analyze Obama’s priorities and …….. choices.

Al Jizz:

Uganda: “US help against rebels overdue

Minister says Kampala has been pleading for help for years as US troops arrive to help fight Lord’s Resistance Army.

Uganda’s foreign minister has welcomed the deployment of US troops to help the country battle Lord’s Resistance Army rebels, but said the contingent of 100 combat-ready advisors was “well overdue”.

“For 20 years, the government of Uganda has been pleading with our American and European friends to help in the LRA problem, because these are international terrorists,” said Henry Okello Oryem, Uganda’s acting foreign minister, on Saturday.

“We wanted our friends to help in providing technical support, such as intelligence, because they have the best.”

Emira Woods, co-director of Foreign Policy in Focus, told Al Jazeera the fact that Uganda has oil played a factor in sending troops to the country.

“It goes back to one thing: oil. Lets remember Uganda has oil. It changes the calculus always with US foreign policy when it is a country that seems to be rich with this resource that has become almost an addiction for the US and the global economy.” (More from Al Jizz)

What does the Lord’s Resistance Army  want?

Strange. If that’s not  fanciful I don’t know what is.  Since when are the 10 commandments a threat to the U.S.?
I have no problems with the 10 Commandments. I smell an Obama rat.
This whole thing stinks to high heaven. Clinton also bombed the Christian Serbs in Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to establish a Muselmanic-Narco-Jihad Reichlet. Slick Willie also burned some 100 wacky Christians in Waco, Texas, who had themselves hauled up in a compound. Are the Klintoons ever responsible for anything?
Earlier this year the Ivory Coast was overrun by the soldiers of Allah. Insurgents from the north, who demographically amounted to only 20 % of the population. Insurgents who are not even native to the Ivory Coast.
1000 Christians were murdered and their churches burned, and Hillary Clinton couldn’t push the Islamization of the Ivory Coast through the UN fast enough.

 Hussein Obama demands Christian President step down so Muslim challenger can take over

 Faith Freedom – Alassane Ouattara is being supported by America, Europe and the United Nations and it is noticeable that once the forces who are loyal to the Christian leader, Laurent Gbagbo, were bombed by France and the UN; then the Muslim led forces of Alassane Ouattara began their onslaught and massacres are ensuing.

The Obamster’s loyalty is always with his Muslim brothers:

Here’s more:

Obama Invades Uganda, Targets Christians
October 14, 2011


RUSH: President Obama has deployed troops to another war, in Africa, ladies and gentlemen. Jacob Tapper, ABC News, is reporting that Obama has sent 100 US troops to Uganda to help combat Lord’s Resistance Army. Tapper reporting today: “Two days ago President Obama authorized the deployment to Uganda of approximately 100 combat-equipped U.S. forces to help regional forces ‘remove from the battlefield’ — meaning capture or kill — Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony and senior leaders of the LRA.” I wonder how the Wall Street crowd is gonna react when they find out that Obama has sent troops to another war? “Mr. Limbaugh, it’s just 100 peacekeepers.” Yep, yep, yep, that’s how Libya started, and, by the way, there’s no end in sight for Libya.

“The forces will deploy beginning with a small group and grow over the next month to 100. They will ultimately go to Uganda, South Sudan, the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” A hundred people are gonna go to all those places? “The president made this announcement in a letter to House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, Friday afternoon, saying that ‘deploying these U.S. Armed Forces furthers U.S. national security interests and foreign policy and will be a significant contribution toward counter-LRA efforts in central Africa.'” LRA is Lord’s Resistance Army. And it doesn’t mean God’s resistance army. Lord is some Lord, some guy. A “Defense Department official tells ABC’s Luis Martinez at the Pentagon that the U.S. troops will be in Africa ‘for a few months in an advisory role.'” One hundred troops in an advisory role.

So nothing to worry about here, folks, only gonna be for a few months. Now, up until today, most Americans have never heard of the combat Lord’s Resistance Army. And here we are at war with them. Have you ever heard of Lord’s Resistance Army, Dawn? How about you, Brian? Snerdley, have you? You never heard of Lord’s Resistance Army? Well, proves my contention, most Americans have never heard of it, and here we are at war with them. Lord’s Resistance Army are Christians. It means God. I was only kidding. Lord’s Resistance Army are Christians. They are fighting the Muslims in Sudan. And Obama has sent troops, United States troops to remove them from the battlefield, which means kill them. That’s what the lingo means, “to help regional forces remove from the battlefield,” meaning capture or kill.

So that’s a new war, a hundred troops to wipe out Christians in Sudan, Uganda, and — (interruption) no, I’m not kidding. Jacob Tapper just reported it. Now, are we gonna help the Egyptians wipe out the Christians? Wouldn’t you say that we are? I mean the Coptic Christians are being wiped out, but it wasn’t just Obama that supported that. The conservative intelligentsia thought it was an outbreak of democracy. Now they’ve done a 180 on that, but they forgot that they supported it in the first place. Now they’re criticizing it.

Lord’s Resistance Army objectives. I have them here. “To remove dictatorship and stop the oppression of our people.” Now, again Lord’s Resistance Army is who Obama sent troops to help nations wipe out. The objectives of the Lord’s Resistance Army, what they’re trying to accomplish with their military action in these countries is the following: “To remove dictatorship and stop the oppression of our people; to fight for the immediate restoration of the competitive multiparty democracy in Uganda; to see an end to gross violation of human rights and dignity of Ugandans; to ensure the restoration of peace and security in Uganda, to ensure unity, sovereignty, and economic prosperity beneficial to all Ugandans, and to bring to an end the repressive policy of deliberate marginalization of groups of people who may not agree with the LRA ideology.” Those are the objectives of the group that we are fighting, or who are being fought and we are joining in the effort to remove them from the battlefield.

The government of Uganda claims that Lord’s Resistance Army only has 500 or a thousand soldiers in total. So what’s the threat? If that’s the maximum size of their army, what’s the threat? A thousand soldiers? Now, 1100 soldiers because we have sent a hundred. I’m not making this up. This is Jacob Tapper. ABC News had reported that Obama got a letter off to John Boehner a couple days ago announcing this. It’s just for a few months until the Lord’s Resistance Army is eradicated. That’s all. Just a few months. Not much of a threat.


RUSH: Here’s Mike in Youngsville, North Carolina. Welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.

CALLER: Rush, this is Mike. How you doing?

RUSH: Very well, sir. Thank you.

CALLER: Let me just say thank you so much for your dedication and teaching the principles and the truths of current events today, and I’m a longtime listener, first-time caller.

RUSH: Thank you, sir, very much. I sincerely appreciate it.

CALLER: Yeah, I told Snerdley I want to get to my point quickly —

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: — but just the difference between the Tea Party and the occupation (sic) Wall Street crowd, and that is that, you know, I’m gonna be 60 years old this year in just a few weeks.

RUSH: You don’t sound that old.

CALLER: Yeah, I’m gonna be 60 and I’ve got four children, 32, 30, 29, and 27. I just thank God for this country. I thank God for all the military people that are listening right now serving our country presently and in the past. My parents, both my mum and dad served in World War II. They met on a blind date, my dad passed away in 2003, they would have been married 65 years this year.

RUSH: Whoa. That’s something I can’t even imagine.

CALLER: Yeah. And, Rush, you know what? I went to a Tea Party rally in Raleigh last year, and the clientele of people that were there were older, you know, I was 59 at the time, and there were a lot of people my age, there were a lot of people right up until that World War II generation that had served. They were polite; they were kind; they were orderly; they were clean. I mean, we left the capitol and you coulda eaten off the ground.

RUSH: Yeah, I know.

CALLER: Yeah. And, you know, Rush, I grew up, I was privileged and my parents sent me to a parochial school. And, you know, this ADD that they talk about, you know, people say ADD, ADD, everybody ADHD, whatever.

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: You know what I call that? ADD?

RUSH: Being a kid.

CALLER: Yeah. Absence of discipline disorder.

RUSH: Well.

CALLER: That’s what it is.

RUSH: I like it.

CALLER: I had it when I was young. But the nuns beat it out of me in about two weeks, along with all the other kids that were unruly in the class. And we were taught to be obedient. We were taught to respect our elders. Rush, I went to high school when you did. I had to wear a suit coat and tie at a public school and have my hair cropped so it didn’t go over the collar and didn’t go over the ears, and these kids today, I’ve seen it for 30 years since I started having children of my own, and my wife and I would take our kids out to public restaurants and public places, and we made our children obey, we made them, they knew —

RUSH: Well, you know, that’s the old days. Now parents want to be friends.

CALLER: Yeah, they want to be their friends.

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: They want to be their friends and this is the result of it. We have these kids that think they’re entitled to everything, you know, and we’ve seen it for 30 years. To this day, you go into any shopping center or store or restaurant and these young children are so unruly, they’re crying, they’re screaming, and it just reminds me, I knew there was gonna be a payback, and this is it, this is the payback —

RUSH: You knew there was — (laughing)

CALLER: This is it. We’re seeing it.

RUSH: Well, there is a lot of spoiled bratness —

CALLER: Yes, exactly.

RUSH: — no question. How do you feel about the news? I want to go back, your extensive military background, how do you react to the news that Obama has dispatched a hundred soldiers to fight radical Christians in Africa?

CALLER: That’s amazing. I can’t believe he’s doing that.

RUSH: You can’t?

CALLER: You know, Rush, our parents, my mum and dad both served in World War II. I forget how many million soldiers that we sent overseas, and we lost 450,000 lives in 44 months, you know. And they came back, they didn’t complain, they went, they served their country, we kept our freedom, we freed all those people that were in those camps of many nationalities —

RUSH: There’s no question that times are different, and child rearing has changed. Not everywhere, though. Anyway, Mike, I’m grateful you’re in the audience. I’m glad you called. Thanks very much.


RUSH: On sending the soldiers to fight the Christians in Africa, here is how Obama ends his letter to John Boehner justifying sending troops to Uganda: “I have directed this deployment, which is in the national security and foreign policy interests of the United States, pursuant to my constitutional authority to conduct US foreign relations and as commander-in-chief and chief executive.” Would somebody explain to me what you think our “national security interests” are in Uganda. Now, keep in mind, folks, this is the same Barack Obama who said that we had no national security interests in attacking Iraq. After they were shooting at our planes and trying to kill our president and Allah knows what else, Obama said, “We got no national security interests in Iraq! They don’t threaten us! What are we doing?” We’ve got 500 to a thousand soldiers in the Lord’s Resistance Army and Uganda trying to wipe them out, and we’re sending a hundred soldiers to help them.

Vital national interests are at stake, according to Obama.


RUSH: I wonder when the Nobel Committee is gonna call Obama and ask for the Peace Prize back. You think this is what they had in mind when he got the Peace Prize? Remember, he got that prize on the come. He hadn’t done anything for peace, and since then, how many wars are we in now, five? And he hasn’t gotten us out of any of these wars? I know, isn’t gonna happen.


Is that right? The Lord’s Resistance Army is being accused of really bad stuff? Child kidnapping, torture, murder, that kind of stuff? Well, we just found out about this today. We’re gonna do, of course, our due diligence research on it. But nevertheless we got a hundred troops being sent over there to fight these guys — and they claim to be Christians.


Back to Ivory Coast:

IVORY COAST: Pop the champagne cork, Muslims are celebrating!

Now that Obama, Sarkozy, and the UN-backed Muslim challenger, Alassane Outtara, has forcefully ousted Christian President Laurent Gbagbo from office in a contested election, riddled with fraud, Outtara’s ‘MUSLIM’ soldiers are ready to partaaay…with booze!

Senator Jim Inhofe calls Ivory Coast elections fraudulent, U.S. complicit. Blames Obama and Clinton.

A U.S. senator is expressing disappointment in the capture of the former president of the Ivory Coast.

Senator James Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) publically supported Laurent Gbagbo from the floor of the Senate Tuesday afternoon. In a 30-minute speech, Inhofe claimed massive vote fraud took place during the monitored election of the West African nation. The congressman from Oklahoma says France, the United Nations, and the U.S. State Department were instrumental in toppling Gbagbo.

“They rigged the election, [they] stole the election, and then they sided with…the Muslim rebels from up north to come in and try to seize control, which they’ve now done, of the government in Ivory Coast in Abidjan,” the lawmaker tells OneNewsNow.

Ivory CoastForces loyal to Ivory Coast U.N.-sanctioned president Alassane Ouattara on April 6 stormed the presidential palace of incumbent leader Gbagbo, who has refused to cede power.

“[The rebels] killed thousands of people; they tortured the Gbagbos,” says Inhofe. “We’re now trying our best to get some kind of an arrangement where they can get either an exile to a country or something — [we’re] trying to save their lives.”

Gbagbo and his wife Simone are known to be evangelical Christians who have garnered support from American Christians like Pat Robertson. The presidential couple has also attended the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC.

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24 thoughts on “Uganda: Hussein Obama Sends U.S. Troops to Wage Jihad Against Christians”

  1. The LRA is not a Christian group. They do continue to commit atrocities and ought to be dealt with. Uganda has had huge problems with them since they have been armed by Sudan’s Muslim regime.

    Although they call themselves the Lord’s Resistance Army, I suspect that they do not believe in the Trinity, nor do they believe that Jesus is God; hence their belief in the Lord is much like the Islamic belief concerning Jesus.

    They have enslaved children and driven them to commit the most horrid of crimes…

  2. Sheik, the LRA is a very bad group. They are not Christians. They wish to use the same approach as the islamists and that is why they speak of the 10 commandments. They are against grace!

    Their belief in the Lord is much like that of the Muslims towards Jesus…and their leader is much like mo. in every aspect. Do yourself and the rest of us a favour…don’t back them on this website….

  3. The LRA is not Christian…. and yes it is quite a horrid group. Do some ressearch Sheik…

  4. Kenyan military responds to al-Shabaab’s cross-border kidnappings; al-Shabaab radio howls “Are you ready to live under Christians?”

    That, after all, is one reason al-Shabaab has tried to block Somalis from aid camps and push them back into the famine zone: to “protect” them from “Christian” influences. At least that is the official line, as the jihadists attempt to starve the population into submission by controlling access to aid.

    But al-Shabaab’s jihad against that supposed “threat” has not stopped at the border. Most recently, the group kidnapped two Spanish aid workers from Doctors Without Borders.

    Al-Shabaab’s Jihadists Without Borders expect respect for territorial integrity to be a one-way street. “Kenya helicopter crashes; push into Somalia begins,” by Abi Guled and Katharine Houreld for the Associated Press, October 16:

    MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Kenyan military forces moved into southern Somalia on Sunday, an official and residents said, a day after top Kenyan defense officials said the country has the right to defend itself after a rash of militant kidnappings inside Kenya.
    Late Sunday evening, a military helicopter crashed and caught fire inside Kenya from an apparent mechanical malfunction, a diplomat and a resident said. No civilian casualties were reported but the status of the pilots on board was not immediately known.
    Residents in southern Somalia said that columns of Kenyan troops had moved in and that military aircraft were flying overhead. Resident Ali Nur Hussein said Kenyan troops arrived in tanks and military trucks, and that troops were coordinating with Somali government soldiers.
    Kenya’s government spokesman, Alfred Mutua, said Kenyan troops “are pursuing al-Shabab across the border.” He did not give any other details.
    In response, al-Shabab, Somalia’s most dangerous militant group, tried to raise the alarm in areas it controls. Residents in the town of Qoqani who asked not to be named for fear of reprisals said militants were going into homes and forcibly recruiting new fighters.
    “Are you ready to live under Christians?” one al-Shabab official shouted on a militant radio station. “Get out of your homes and defend your dignity and religion. Today is the day to defend against the enemy.”
    A Somali government spokesman, Abdirahman Omar Osman, said his government welcomes logistical support from “our Kenyan brothers,” but said Somalia did not need Kenyan troops.
    “Our forces are ready to combat al-Shabab and they are doing so effectively. They are ready at the borders, so sending troops is not needed,” Osman said.
    The helicopter crashed in Liboi, a town about 10 miles (20 kilometers) from the Kenya-Somalia border. The Liboi resident asked not to be identified for fear of reprisals. The diplomat’s employer does not allow him to be identified.
    Mutua and Kenya’s military spokesmen did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
    Kenyan troops have frequently crossed the border into Somalia, but Sunday’s push appears to be a bigger and more concerted effort. Minister of Internal Security George Saitoti told a news conference on Saturday that Kenyan forces would pursue al-Shabab into Somalia.
    “For the first time our country is threatened with the most serious level of terrorism,” he said.
    The public declaration to attack al-Shabab came two days after armed militants kidnapped two Spanish aid workers with the group Doctors Without Borders from the Dadaab refugee camp, a sprawling expanse of temporary homes where almost 500,000 Somalis live. The population of Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp, has swelled by tens of thousands in recent months because of Somalia’s famine.
    On Oct. 1, Somali gunmen took a wheelchair-bound Frenchwoman from her home near the resort town of Lamu. Somalis also abducted a British woman from a Kenyan coastal resort in September. Her husband was killed in the attack.
    Kenya’s push north into Somalia will open another front that Somali militants must contend with. African Union forces from Uganda and Burundi have expanded their control of Mogadishu in recent months and have almost completely forced al-Shabab out of the capital.

  5. Yes Sheik, I’ve read Wikipedia, and many other articles in regards to Khoni and his LRA. They have been Sudan’s proxies against Uganda. What articles havae you read that give you the impression that

    1. The LRA is Christian
    2. That they have not been a proxy of Sudan’s islamist government
    (how could this 500 people group survive unless supported by Sudan’s Bashir?)

    Many people claim Christ as their own…even Islam makes Christ one of their major prophets…but it does not make them Christians…Khoni is in fact, as he notes himself, guided by a spiritual entity(ies)….just like mo.

    I have yet to find an article where Khoni ever states a belief that Jesus is God, or that God is a trinity of 3 Persons. I suspect if you look, you will fing that Khoni’s belief system is very much a proto islamic one, where Jesus is a major prophet, but just that. Khoni’s wanting to bring people back to the 1o commandments is not to use them as a gauge, but to apply the law in force(no grace).

    1. “I find it quite sickining that you call them “freedom fighters”

      Priceless, corey. Priceless!

      Don’t you call your murderers, suicide bombers and assassins ‘freedom fighters?’

  6. I have never seen comments by loonwatch if that is who your refering to of supporting terrorists but I know who has his name starts with a p ends with a king supported a known terroist group they start with an I ends with an A the guy who had the gall to have trials against muslims suppousedly supporting terroism in there community even though he himself supports terrorists so yeah “priceless” isnt it.

  7. What’s the price of goat-meat in Timbuktu?

    Did IRA terrorists have a religious mandate to wage war until all the people of the world submit to their ideology?

  8. one what does goat meat and timbucktu have to do with any of this? two who knows but the LRA seems to want to establish a theocracy in the region they oparate in, a group who during there massacre in the makombo where they in to quote from the report in my link above in what they did to some of the people there ” hacked them to death with machetes or crushed their skulls with axes, clubs, or heavy sticks.” and this is who you support as “freedom fighters”.

  9. Perhaps they are Muslims under false flag?

    Isn’t “hacking to death with machetes or crushing skulls with axes, clubs, or heavy sticks” Islamic warfare?

    Happens in Africa and many other places every day. For you they are “freedom fighters”, or not?

  10. “Perhaps they are Muslims under false flag?”
    did you just do the “they probably are a muslim” thing, that could not have sounded good in your head so excuse me while I laugh at your crappy response and if you get the chance look up on your “freedom fighters” and tell me what you think in the next comment if you want.

  11. I reject your “crappy” response, corey.

    You been booted off before. You are here on probation. It won’t hurt a bit to export you back into cyber space.

  12. that really is of little importance to me I have been thinking of not posting in this punchline to a horrible joke you call a website anymore, but I have a question and you can answer if you want what if an entire community muslims did a good samaritan act for you would your views on them be affected or would you still think they are somekind of menace only to be fought against.

    1. “This horrible joke of a website” gets 300 000 viewers a month, corey.

      An entire community muslims did a good samaritan act? Really?

      I must be in the wrong movie, corey. Are you a Pallywood producer?

      I thought you are dole bludger who dabbles in cyber jihad.

  13. The LRA are not better and no worse than a myriad of islamic groups that also exist. The question is why omama did nothing against the islamists.

    Obama, the king of Africa

    By Pepe Escobar

    If United States President Barack Obama really wanted to get rid of the new bogeyman du jour, Uganda’s Joseph Kony – a former altar boy turned mystical Christian prophet/politico, sporting at least 60 wives – he would order US Attorney General Eric “The Fast and the Furious” Holder to concoct a plot subcontracting the hit to a lunatic Iranian linked to a Mexican drug cartel.

    Plan B would be to order the United Nations to tell the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to impose a no-fly zone over Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) “rebels”, and then bomb them to oblivion.

    Plan C would be to drone the LRA to death with a fleet of MQ-9 Reapers; yet the nearest US drone base is very far away, in Djibouti, in the Horn of Africa.

    As no unsuspecting Mexicans were available, and the “rebels” in this case are the bad guys, Obama settled for the classic imperial option; he pulled an AfPak and ordered a surge cum boots on the ground, sending 100 US Special Forces to help a corrupt dictator – Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni – crush his local bunch of “rebels”.

    Anyone may be excused to see Uganda as Libya upside down – because that’s exactly what it is; the dictator in this case gets a good guy billing – one of “our bastards” – while the “rebels” have a pact with the devil. But is that all there is?

    I got an urge to surge
    The reality in Uganda is an absolute, murderous mess. As much as the LRA “rebels”, Museveni’s government (helped by Washington) has also perpetrated horrendous massacres against civilians. Kony may even be an amateur compared to Museveni – a sort of dictator for life who has just supervised the displacement and mass murder of at least 20,000 Ugandans on behalf of British corporations. Additionally, Museveni basically stole the Ugandan elections early this year.

    Obama’s Uganda surge should be seen as a crucial exchange of favors with Museveni – who has sent thousands of Ugandan troops to the African Union (AU) force that is fighting the hardcore Islamist al-Shabaab in Somalia. So while Uganda fights a proxy war for the US in Somalia, Washington helps the dictator to get rid of the LRA “rebels”. No wonder the Pentagon is quite fond of Uganda; Museveni recently got $45 million in equipment, including four small drones.

    The LRA – a ragged bunch of hardcore Christian fundamentalists – is based in northern Uganda but spread out between four countries, including the new South Sudan and Congo, in Central Africa. They carry no heavy weapons. They don’t stand a chance of destabilizing the Ugandan government – much less being a “national security” threat to the US. Bogeyman Kony may be in hiding somewhere along the immense Sudan-Congo border, with no more than 400 warriors left.

    Uganda’s proximity to the new country of South Sudan is key in the whole equation. So far, for Northern Sudan the LRA has been a convenient, weaponized firewall against Western puppet Museveni. But most of all, this whole area is prime real estate where the fierce battle between China and the Americans/Europeans plays out, centered on oil and minerals, all part of the Great 21st Century African Resource War.

    Behold the mineral kingdom

    That brings us to Uganda as a new land of opportunity. Ah, the sheer scale of humanitarian warmongering possibilities. For a semblance of success, the initial steps of Obama’s African surge would have to include a military base with a long runway attached, and a mini-Guantanamo to imprison the “terrorists”. If that sounds too good to be true, that’s because it is; think of the Pentagon’s Africom headquarters soon entertaining the possibility of time-traveling from Stuttgart, Germany, to somewhere in Uganda.

    Any student of realpolitik knows the US doesn’t do “humanitarian” interventions per se. Africom’s surge parallels the real name of the game; precious minerals – and mining. Uganda – and nearby eastern Congo – happens to hold fabulous quantities of, among others, diamonds, gold, platinum, copper, cobalt, tin, phosphates, tantalite, magnetite, uranium, iron ore, gypsum, beryllium, bismuth, chromium, lead, lithium, niobium and nickel. Many among these are ultra-precious rare earth – of which China exercises a virtual monopoly.

    The mineral rush in Africa is already one of the great resource wars of the 21st century. China is ahead, followed by companies from India, Australia, South Africa and Russia (which, for instance, has set up a fresh gold refinery in Kampala). The West is lagging behind. The name of the game for the US and the Europeans is to pull no punches to undermine China’s myriad commercial deals all across Africa.

    Then there’s the inescapable Pipelineistan angle. Uganda may hold “several billion barrels of oil”, according to Heritage Oil’s Paul Atherton, part of a recent, largest-ever on-shore oil discovery in sub-Saharan Africa. That implies the construction of a $1.5 billion, 1,200 kilometer long pipeline to Kampala and the coast of Kenya. Then there’s another pipeline from “liberated” South Sudan. Washington wants to make sure that all this oil will be exclusively available for the US and Europe.

    Obama, the King of Africa

    The Obama administration insists the 100 special forces will be “advisers” – not combat troops. Think of Vietnam in the early 1960s; it started with “advisers” – and the rest is history. Now, the “advisers” are even expected to fan out from Uganda to South Sudan, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

    And it’s not even the first time this happens. George W Bush tried the same thing in 2008. It ended in unmitigated disaster because of – what else is new – corruption inside the Ugandan army. Kony was tipped off and escaped hours before an attack on his camp.

    So on the surface, we have an uplifting narrative of the first black US president deeply disturbed by the “humanitarian crisis” in yet another African nation, Uganda; i n the perfect cover story for Anglo satrapy Uganda will be propped up as an advanced base for Washington to plunge a dagger inside Islamic Africa.

    The official Washington spin hammers the fact that the LRA has “murdered, raped, and kidnapped tens of thousands of men, women and children”. Now compare it to devastation perpetrated by Washington, over two decades, on Iraq; at least 1.4 million people killed directly and indirectly, millions of refugees, a Sunni-Shi’ite civil war still in effect and the eastern flank of the Arab nation virtually destroyed.

    And compare it to the thunderous silence of the Obama White House as racist eastern Libya “rebels” round up, harass, torture and even snuff out sub-Saharan Africans.

    Africa has been fighting like forever against multiple strands of the great white genocidal slave master, aided and abetted by multiple strands of the subservient black dictator/kleptocrat – just to be presented in the early 21st century with an American president of direct African descent who has nothing better to offer than special forces, drones, a militarization surge and hypocrisy-laced “humanitarian” intervention.

  15. Just too bizarre that someone wants to establish a state on the 10 commandments. I am aware of the horror stories about the LRA and it sounds very much like a false flag operation (if true) On the other hand, Muslims in general have a real horror of any resistance by militant religious groups and keep yammering about the LRA, the KKK and obscure groups like the Hutaree militia. Obama is not only a Muslim, but also heavily influenced by Muslims around him and does everything to make Africa Islamic.

    In his world, its not what things really are, but how they’re perceived by people. (all goes back to Saul Alinsky’s rules for radicals)

    Back in Spring this year he couldn’t get the mass-murdering Muslims who took over the Ivory Coast (20% of the population) fast enough approved and push it through the UN and we see similar efforts in other places like Mali,Nigeria, Kenya, Kongo, Ethiopia and many other places.

  16. hey yall why r we all just get along we all pray for the god after the sky… so please god made us to be 1 right so lets be 1 & think like 1…..please

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