MAKE NO MISTAKE A BOUT IT,AMERICA IS TRYING TO SPREAD WAR TO STEP IN AS PEACE MAKER.SHE WANTS CONTROL OVER ONE OF THE MOST COVETTED STRATEGIC & RICHEST AREAS ON EARTH.HAV YOU EVER NOTICED HOW EVERY PLACE THAT AMERICA WANTS TO CONTROL THEY FIRST BECOME A THREAT OR TERRORISTS START RESIDING THEIR OR THE MEDIA STARTS TALKING ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS?
THAT IS WHY THEY KEEP TALKING ON PIRATES IN SOMALI WATERS.THE TRUTH IS SOMALIANS HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO BE “IN SOMILIAN WATERS” AND DETAIN ANY AND EVERY SHIP OPERATING NEAR THEIR SHORES.THE QUESTION WAS NEVER ASKED,”WHY ARE YOU IN OR NEAR THEIR TERRITORIAL WATERS OR ON THEIR SHORES FROM JUMP AND IF YOU WERE IN THEIR PLACE WOUNDN’T YOU DO THE SAME AS A MATTER OF SOVEREIGNTY AND TERRITORIAL RIGHTS?
THIS IS JUST A PASSING HEADLINE.THE ANGLO NATIONS ARE OVER THEIR ILLEGALLY DUMPING TOXIC CHEMICALS IN THEIR WATERS.THEY ARE ILLEGALLY FISHING OFF THE SOMALI COAST STEALING OVER A BILLION DOLLARSA YEAR IN FISHING REVENUE(AS ITS UNPOLUTED WATERS HOLD MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF FISH AND WATER LIFE),THEIR ARE TRYING TO KEEP SOMALIA IN A PERPETUAL CIVIL WAR TO EXPLOIT THE HUGE UNTAPPED OIL AND GAS RESERVES IN ITS TERRITORIALS WATER WITHOUT PAYING.AND SOMALIA HAS UNTAPPED MINERAL RESERVES THEY WANT.
BEAR ALL THESE THINGS IN MIND AS YOU READ BELOW;
Published on 09-15-2009 Email To Friend Print Version
Source: Foreign Policy
ABC and several other media outlets are reporting that a U.S. airstrike has killed Saleh Ali Nabhan, a senior al Qaeda leader accused to have been behind the 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi.
If the reports are true, it would be the first reported time since the new administration came to office that airstrikes have been used in the country. The Bush administration targeted several alleged terrorists during his two terms, most notably prior to and during an Ethiopian occupation of Somalia in early 2007. In fact, Nabhan was among those initially reported to have been targeted in that assault, two years ago.
The strike was said to have been executed by U.S. Special Forces. It took place in the town of Barawe, a coastal city just south of the capital, Mogadishu. Barawe is said to be in the control of Islamist insurgents al-Shabab, a group also alleged to have al Qaeda ties.
And again, if reports are true, this is indeed an interesting development for U.S. policy in Somalia. As I reported last week, the State Department has staunchly backed the Transitional Federal Government there — to the extent of sending weapons and cash to stave off their collapse to the Shabab and other militias. This strike would seem to be a continuation of that support, as well as a reminder to the Somali government that fighting terror in the country is a top U.S. priority. Finally, it could help the administration look “tough” on terror — a issue that it cannot afford to lose political capital on amid a plethora of domestic debates. “