Thursday, November 30, 2006

War On Somalia

Theater everywhere. There seems no end to all the acts being played out around the world.
The UN Security Council, and all member States, should maintain the arms embargo imposed on Somalia, against the USA Administration's resolution requesting its lifting.

It is now clear that the current USA Administration has finally decided to wage a proxy war of aggression against one of the poorest countries of the world, Somalia, with Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya and Yemen playing the role of executors.

The Bush Administration would be providing the financing, intelligence and logistics, while, the Baidoa based puppet Transitional Federal Government (TFG) would give the legal cover for the aggression against the people of Somalia.

The request of the USA Administration for the lifting of the arms embargo against Somalia is simply a hostile act aimed at strengthening the puppet TFG and to give the green light to its regional proxies the start of hostilities.

It really isn't, as the author claims, "simply a hostile act aimed at strengthening the puppet TFG...". It is more simple than that. To whit:

Arms sales are important to American arms companies. That's it in a nutshell. Big arms manufacturers need customers. Bush will do what he can to supply those customers.

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