Brothers and sisters of ALKEBULAN time to kick out the Arabs, Europeans, Chinese from the land

waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of SelfOn The Road to ZionPosts: 9,006 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited January 2013 in The Social Lounge

It's time for the Shemetic and Hamitic brothers and sisters of Alkebulan to remember the ancestors and warriors and continue the fight and kick out the foreign invaders from Alkebulan......

No disrespect to my Shemetic Ishmaelites brethren, for Elohim Ahyah asher Ahyah called them a blessed people and Ishamel prayed, followed the same elohim as I and followed his laws, statues and commandments and lived by the Torah, for i have nothing against the true Ishamelites but some brought Shemetic natives of Alkebulan into slavery many times, the ones who have the mix blood of the Ottoman's and betrayed us, enslave us, killed us and destroyed the mother land, and is destroying ALKEBULAN to this day... for scripture also foretold that.. and the true ishmaelites that still have the shemetic bloodline lived with their brothers side by side peacefully

What's going on in Mali, Sudan and across the region is sickening destroying great temples, and ancient cities and before some one come in here and say that it's the blacks doing it, somewhat true those black muslims that's destroying needs to go to Far Eastern Alkebulan and live there what is now know as the Middle East and see how their Arab brothers treat.

The french is sending their Arab mercernies to do the dirty work

Those in Northern Alkebulan need to leave also, If the chinese is expoliting there they need to leave, the french needs to leave and the europeans needs to leave, US Army is now setting up shop in the land now..

Because those spirits will raise again, Ethiopia who was the protector of Alkebulan and kicked out the invaders out of Southern Kemet many of times and defend the land, might raise and do it again. There's people waiting the one who Yah said he will raise out of Egypt to bring the truth and kick out the invaders, the original egyptians that still live by the nile and live in neighboring land..

There is some shit going on in the country right now!!! and light needed to be shed on it

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  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 5,750 Regulator
    wait, so you're angry that Muslims are destroying ancient antiquities but simultaneously mad at the French for opposing them?
    kingblaze84
  • kingblaze84kingblaze84 Posts: 9,050 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2013
    I'm conflicted on this issue for several reasons.....China is creating many jobs in Africa and helping make millionaires and billionaires in Africa through business and trade. There is some exploitation going on for sure based on what I've heard but Africans have done the same at times too. The radical Islamists are creating shriah law in areas that don't even want them. Many Muslims hate the radical Islamists as well so the French helping take many of them out may not be too bad. I've heard stories in the news with the people of Mali asking the French to never leave. That's how hated the rebels were. On the other hand, the Arabs have done some despicable things in sub Saharan Africa so I have no problem with some of them being kicked the fuck out....

    Same with any Chinese and crackas doing bad things too. I can see why though Idi Amin kicked out all foreigners in Uganada back in the day, outsiders have been causing problems in Africa for a long time.
    PlutarchAllah_U_AkbarOya_HusbandFuriousOne
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,006 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2013
    janklow wrote: »
    wait, so you're angry that Muslims are destroying ancient antiquities but simultaneously mad at the French for opposing them?

    this fuckin guy, never fails with Janklow aint that right Janks, can't be both right??? Janks......... but yes you is right i am angry at both, the Muslims agents destroying shit and waging war on those others brothers and sisters so the french can come in and established their old colony, ALKEBULAN is getting carved up again and being invaded countries are setting up shop right now....

    the french dont give a fuck about Mali or Alkebulan so cut the bullshit out
    Plutarch
  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 5,750 Regulator
    I can see why though Idi Amin kicked out all foreigners in Uganada back in the day
    not really sure Idi Amin is a stellar role model for governance

  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,006 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Africa: Mali, France, and Chickens
    24 January 2013


    The instability in Mali is a blowback from the NATO invasion of Libya. Conn Hallinan examines French interests in Mali and its former colonial empire arguing that chickens have come home to roost

    It appears the French had one of their wars going on thereabouts.' - Charlie Marlow from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness.

    The vision that Conrad's character Marlow describes is of a French frigate firing broadsides into a vast African jungle, in essence, bombarding a continent. That image came to mind this week when French Mirages and helicopter gunships went into action against a motley army of Islamic insurgents in Mali.

    That there is a surge of instability in that land-locked and largely desert country should hardly come as a surprise to the French: they and their allies are largely the cause. And they were warned.

    HISTORY IS IMPERATIVE

    A little history. On 17 March 2011, the UN Security Council approved Resolution 1973 to 'protect civilians' in the Libyan civil war. Two days later, French Mirages began bombing runs on Muammar Gaddafi's armoured forces and airfields, thus igniting direct intervention by Britain, along with Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

    Resolution 1973 did not authorize NATO and its allies to choose sides in the Libyan civil war, just to protect civilians, and many of those who signed on-including Russia and China-assumed that Security Council action would follow standard practice and begin by first exploring a political solution. But the only kind of 'solution' that the anti-Gaddafi alliance was interested in was the kind delivered by 500-lb laser-guided bombs.

    WESTERN ARROGANCE SIDESTEPS AU

    The day after the French attack, the African Union (AU) held an emergency session in Mauritania in an effort to stop the fighting. The AU was deeply worried that, if Libya collapsed without a post- Gaddafi plan in place, it might destabilize other countries in the region. They were particularly concerned that Libya's vast arms storehouse might end up fuelling local wars in other parts of Africa.

    However, no one in Washington, Paris or London paid the AU any mind, and seven months after France launched its attacks, Libya imploded into its current status as a failed state. Within two months, Tuaregs-armed with Gaddafi's weapons cache-rose up and drove the corrupt and ineffectual Malian army out of Northern Mali.
    analysis


    The Tuaregs are desert people, related to the Berbers that populate North Africa's Atlas mountain range. They have fought four wars with the Malian government since the country was freed from France in 1960, and many Tuaregs want to form their own country, 'Azawad.'

    But the simmering discontent in northern Mali is not limited to the Tuaregs. Other ethnic groups are angered over the south's studied neglect of all the people in the country's north. The Tuaregs are also currently fighting the French over uranium mining in Niger.

    The Gaddafi government had long supported the Tuaregs' demands for greater self-rule, and many Tuaregs served in the Libyan army. Is anyone surprised that those Tuaregs looted Libyan arms depots when the central government collapsed? And, once they had all that fancy fire power that they would put it to use in an effort to carve out a country of their own?

    The Tuaregs are nomads and had little interest in holding on to towns like Timbuktu, Gao and Kidal in northern Mali, and after smashing up the Mali army, they went back into the desert.

    Into the vacuum created by the rout of the Malian army flowed Islamic groups like Ansar-al-Din, al-Tawhid wa al-Jihad, and Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM). It is these latter organizations that the French are bombing, although reports are that civilians are getting caught in the crossfire.

    The US is also involved. According to Democracy Now, the Obama administration is moving French troops and equipment into the area, and deploying surveillance drones. And with the war spreading into Algeria, where almost two-dozen westerners, including several Americans, were kidnapped in retaliation for the French attacks in Mali, the US may end up with boots on the ground.

    WHY ARE THE FRENCH FIRING INTO A CONTINENT AGAIN?

    First, France has major investments in Niger and Mali. At bottom, this is about Francs (or Euros, as it may be). Some 75 percent of France's energy needs come from nuclear power, and a cheap source is its old colonial empire in the region (that besides Mali and Niger included Senegal, Mauritania, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Chad, Algeria, and the Central African Republic).

    Most of its nuclear fuel comes from Niger, but Al-Jazeera reports that French uranium, oil and gold companies are lining up to develop northern Mali. Lest one think that this 'development' is good for the locals, consider that, according to the UN's Human Development Index, Niger is the third poorest country in the world. There are other issues as well. Like a Napoleon complex.


    'The French, like the Americans, judge presidents on their ability to make tough decisions, and there are few tougher ones than to send young men into battle,' writes New York Times reporter Steve Erlanger in a story on French President Francois Hollande's decision to intervene in Mali.

    Titled 'Hollande, long seen as soft, shifts image with firm stance' (which makes it sound vaguely like a Viagra ad), the article quotes 'defense expert' Francois Heisbourg praising Hollande for acting 'decisively' and 'demonstrating that he can decide on matters of war and peace.'

    Actually, back in 1812 that 'war and peace' thing came out rather badly for the French, though today's new model Grande Armee will not face much in the way of snow and ice in Mali. But Mali is almost twice the size of France - 478,839 vs. 211,209 square miles-which is a lot of ground for Mirages to cover.

    In fact, the French warplanes are not even based in Mali, but neighbouring Chad, some 1,300 miles away from their targets. That is a very long way to go for fighter-bombers and gives them very little time over the battlefield. Apparently the US is considering helping out with in-air refuelling, but, by any measure, the French forces will face considerable logistical obstacles. And while Mali's geography may not match the Russian steppes in winter, its fierce desert is daunting terrain.



  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,006 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Lastly, Hollande would like to take some pressure off his domestic situation. There is nothing like a war to make people forget about a stagnant economy, high unemployment, restive workers, and yet another round of austerity cuts.

    But this war could get very nasty, and if you want the definition of a quagmire, try northern Mali. Instead of being intimidated by the French attacks, the insurgents successfully counterattacked and took the town of Diabaly in Central Mali. If Paris thought this was going to be a simple matter of scattering the wogs with a few bombing runs, one might suggest that Hollande revisit his country's past counterinsurgency campaigns, starting with Vietnam.

    The Islamic groups appear to have little local support. Mali is a largely Islamic country, but not of the brand followed by the likes of Ansar al-Din or AQIM. But if you hand out lots of first-class fire power-which is exactly what the war to overthrow Gaddafi did-than you do not need a lot of support to cause a great deal of trouble.

    The rebels are certainly not running into any opposition from the Mali army, whose US-trained leader, Captain Amadou Sanogo, overthrew his country's democratic government two months after the Tuaregs came storming out of the Sahara to take Timbuktu. Apparently a number of those US-trained troops switched sides, taking their weapons and transport over to the insurgents.

    There is evidence that the Mali army may have provoked the Tuaregs in the first place. It appears that, rather than using the millions of dollars handed out by the US over the past four years to fight 'terrorism' in the region, the Mali army used it to beat up on the Tuaregs. That is until the latter got an infusion of superior firepower after the fall of Gaddafi.

    The French plan to put about 2,500 troops in Mali, but are relying on the Economic Community of West Africa (ECOWAS) to raise an army of 3,300. But the ECOWAS army will have to be transported to Mali and trained, and someone will have to foot the bill. That means that for the next several months it will be the French who hold down the fort, and that is going to cost a lot of Euros, of which France hardly has a surfeit.

    The people of northern Mali have long standing grievances, but the current crisis was set off by the military intervention in Libya. And if you think Libya created monsters, just think of what will happen if the Assad government in Syria falls without a political roadmap in place.

    Yes, the French are very involved in Syria right now, a civil war that is increasingly pitting Sunnis against Shiites and has already spread into Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq. Next to Syria's weapons hoards, Libya's firepower looks like a collection of muskets and bayonets.

    Dominique de Villepin, the former prime minister of France and a sharp critic of the US invasion of Iraq, recently wrote in the Journal du Dimanche: 'These wars [like Mali] have never built a solid and democratic state. On the contrary, they favour separatism, failed states and the iron law of armed militias.'

    So what do Mali and the French intervention have to do with chickens?

    They always come home to roost.
  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 5,750 Regulator
    waterproof wrote: »
    this fuckin guy, never fails with Janklow aint that right Janks, can't be both right???
    this is the part where i say "what the hell are you talking about"
    waterproof wrote: »
    Janks......... but yes you is right i am angry at both, the Muslims agents destroying shit and waging war on those others brothers and sisters so the french can come in and established their old colony, ALKEBULAN is getting carved up again and being invaded countries are setting up shop right now....
    the problem with this is that you're writing it like the Muslim agents and the French are a team that's working to pillage Mali and this seems very, very unlikely.
    waterproof wrote: »
    the french dont give a fuck about Mali or Alkebulan so cut the bullshit out
    if Mali's getting fucked by terrorists/insurgents/whatever and literally cannot stop them without help from the French or whoever, and in turn, the French provide this help, EVEN IF IT'S SELFISHLY MOTIVATED, it's fair to say they're at least giving a fuck about Mali on some level.
  • twatgettatwatgetta Posts: 6,718 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Ishmael and Issac were brothers, Ishmaelites and Israelites. they both descended from Shem. AND we are not descendants of Hamites... so stop posting that uninformed shit dog.
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,006 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2013
    twatgetta wrote: »
    Ishmael and Issac were brothers, Ishmaelites and Israelites. they both descended from Shem. AND we are not descendants of Hamites... so stop posting that uninformed shit dog.

    didn't i post this "No disrespect to my Shemetic Ishmaelites brethren"


    @twatgetta you non reading twat, learn how to read you ol wanna say something to look like i am smart before i read ass nigga, go suck on a swines tail....
  • Oya_HusbandOya_Husband God King Posts: 15,115 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I concur, they all need to leave Africa alone and get away from there. They are worthless without her and your ancestors left a long time ago and live on the lands you called Europe, it's a wasteland.
  • twatgettatwatgetta Posts: 6,718 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Fuck Africa! that's the Cushites and Hamites land, let them deal with their own shit. My focus is on the House of Israel
    zombiekingblaze84
  • CracceRCracceR Posts: 2,669 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2013
    okk grab an ak and go to mali
    message board rebels are still hilarious in 013
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