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Africa

 

Jewel of the world. The most valuable land anywhere in the world. Once thought to be worth 3 Trillion in minerals back in the 1980's that valuation has sky-rocketed. Just one problem, it is full of Africans.

 

This has never stopped the large corporations in the past.

 

 

Aids for Africa.

If you are a long time member of the CT scene I need not explain AIDS is a depopulation weapon developed specifically for Africa. All part of the strategy of depopulating Africa to allow the wholesale take over by the big mining corporations.

 

[Monitory-wise all mined valuables are primary income (new to the system, never before in circulation) and Primary income streams are what economics are based on. Without them bringing in new cash all the taxes and fees would eat money into nothing. The game would become less transparent to all the victims. All the richest and most powerful corporations are hooked into primary income sources and transport of those products. Thus they are kings in your economic empire.]

 

My uncle was in the NZ navy for 35 years. SBS, Special Boat Services. If you look up what they have done you will see a clean sheet, Ghosts. Nonetheless they were busy along with a multinational force (much like the one in Syria today) during the 80's in “off the books operations” including a nuclear detonation. My cousins father and step father were on the same vessel and both were subject to what they were told was “nuclear testing” off the coast of Africa but as it was “off the books” no compensation was ever given as they could never officially prove they were there. My cousins father died of cancer 10 years ago.

 

During that time period we saw the biggest 3 year manufacturing run of defoliant by Monsanto in their history. Sprayed on African crops. Villagers driven off their land by soldiers of no nation. Millions starved. Everywhere food was found or grown was wiped out over those 3 years. People were driven off their traditional lands and forced to refugee camps where they were fed goodness knows what. Something which gave them swollen bellies and didn't help much. In hindsight it was the white rice (probably some early GMO stuff. Be good to see who sold it all to them, connect some dots) brown rices would have been a far better choice. Along with that they could be inoculated with AIDS and they wouldn't know it until much later.

 

I talked to an African guy on LOP who backed up what I said. He had survived the men in the night shooting up the village driving them off their land while burning everything.

They told us it was a bad Drought and Famine (think about how long the Western Media has been collaborating in Psy-ops directed at the public) and Africans who had farmed their own land for 6000 years had suddenly become useless at it.

 

Aid for Africa

Probably one of the biggest Psy-ops that went down in the 80's a decade where they tested much of the research that had obtained via psychological studies. (In NZ it was the 1981 Springbok Tour)

 

We all had to starve ourselves for 40 hours and collect money for it, kids still do it to this day. Collect money for starving kids in Africa. Global rock concert to raise awareness. They pulled out all the stops and we believed it without question. Easier to sell a big lie than a small one they say.

 

At that moment we had branded in our minds what was going on and why, it was drought followed by famine, too many Africans breeding too fast and that is why it is so bad. It will keep happening unless we do something. (and for many they will never be able to get that idea out of their heads such is the conditioning and insertion factors)

 

Bill Gates today is not out to save Africa, he is a made-man by appointment, he has been told what he has to spend he money on, depopulate Africa while pretending to be doing the opposite.

 

Drone strikes on the horn of Africa today by the US military, doing the same old same old. It sicken one drone operator he sued his own government over the 3000 innocent people he had killed on orders. It was in Africa he was operating. He was just one of many.

 

Invasion of Mali by France

 

This is not allowed to be reported on in France except in the most sketchy of details and outlines. They have suppressed all actual detail and there is no freedom of the press in France in political matters.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/frances-invasion-of-mali-a-carefully-planned-military-intervention/5325454

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-20991719

(propaganda in action)

http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/World_News_3/article_9559.shtml

http://www.dw.com/en/west-backs-frances-unilateral-mali-intervention/a-16522348

(now you see who runs the EU's numbers as well)

 

Mali is one of the most mineral rich nations in Africa. Gold, Uranium, Iron, copper, silver, oil, Mali has it all and 99% of it untapped. Have no doubt who pulls the strings of the French government. Don't panic, the USA (US Business Mafia whom the intel agencies really report to) has been spying on them to make sure they were not reneging on those business deals.

 

France has been pushing down through Mali looking for French Al Cida or French ISIS or what ever BS reason they give the public. Seems they will be pushing through Mali in the long run as the corporations try and secure territory. No doubt whatever mining corp that gets the contracts will be hailed as heroes who saved the Mali economy by giving everyone jobs...never changes, from Zapata in Peru (Bush Oil) to The United Fruit Corp in Guatemala or Root & Brown (Bush Snr and Cheney) who got all the reconstruction contracts in Vietnam after having flattened it. Same bunch of crooks blowing up infrastructure then getting paid to rebuild it after the conflict.

 

In US conflict zones the first things targeted are hospitals, water supply, electricity supply and communications. The handbooks says it is to demoralize the enemy and gain help from the civilian populous to end the conflict as soon as possible so services can be restored. ( I guess the US Media doesn't quote that one, they always say it was an errant missile which hit the Chinese embassy, school and hospital)

 

Destruction of Libya as it was verging on serious consolidation.

Gold trading as cash. Libya was about to go Gold Standard in an alliance with four other African nations in the deal. Libyan Oil was the world standard, Arabian Light Crude, almost not in need of refinement and the most valuable of all Oils.

All trashed by a Multinational mercenary force incarnadining as revolutionary freedom fighters set to end the evil reign of Gaddffi..... who hadn't been in power for decades. Instead they had a four way power-sharing system that had been working well.

 

What wasn't reported on the MSM was every time there was resistance in a Libyan city they would shut down the camera operators and embedded reporters for the day and NATO fighters would bomb it all day (clear war crime) to soften it up. If not for independent people on the ground we would not know any of this. Touted as fixing up the nation, Libya (who previously had the lowest debt in the world, just 6K) now is in economic ruins with little to no Oil being exported and masses in Loans to try and keep the new government afloat. Nothing suspicious about that at all.

 

 

Who benefits?

 

The Mining cartels.

What they fear is Africans getting Africa for themselves. They fear them taking their birthright and becoming independently wealthy of the rest of the economic world. Africa is often portrayed on world maps as smaller than it really is. Even Google at one point (might still do) had an automatic change of scale when you crossed the coast of Africa with your cursor. It is a Big Score economically if you can control it.

 

The Banking, Mining and Shipping corporations of the world control vast portions of the globe and their own markets. They are bigger economically than nearly all nations and when they work together they are more powerful than nations. We know they work together, they have Bilderberg, the CFR, Club of Rome etc where they openly (well try in secret) to discuss how they are going to operate collectively. Sometimes they invite politician to tell them how it is going to be or he she can kiss their next election good bye. Rio Tinto controls the Australian government. As soon as any leader suggests raising mining taxes they get rolled the next week. Gina Reinhardt (richest Australian) probably has more control of Australis than any AU politician

 

Which ever one of the big mining corporations gets the biggest slice of Africa will in theory win the long term game. That is where they stand and their perspective. The only real problem is there are a lot more Africans than is easy to deal with. That is being dealt with it would seem.

 

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Aids is not a depopulation weapon. HIV has existed on the planet for over 100 years. This has been proven by testing stored blood samples of french foreign legion troops from the 1900s. HIV has existed for a very long time, just as ebola has.

 

Africa is doing a fine job of killing itself, it doesn't need the assistance of any outside source.

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Iesh! (a word used in SA meaning Geezlike - an exclamation ) -  I am not going to get into the Africa thing it is a big-big can of worms, suffice to say that it is a "prize" for many of the JD Morgan, Soros, Rockefeller etc agenda and many are involved in trying to destabilize or "own" these countries.

 As for the aids, rift-valley fever, ebola, ligionairs decease etc - it is quite true that these are not all brand-spanking new things.  What has caused a more widespread outbreak is the ease of travel and the promiscuousness  of people.  Also, in Africa there is a lack of knowledge, an inability to let-go of their customs when it comes to burying the infected etc.  Any contagious illness is more likely to spread with today's "global village" than it did 100 years ago. 

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China and Russia are also "buying" up Africa. There was a railroad deal that went through last year, smiles all around with bribe money. It's a lot like where the US was when the natives were herded onto reservations. What do you do with tribal peoples that are on a different evolutionary path than white Europeans? Make them switch paths and integrate? Leave them alone? There's no easy answer but I believe Star Trek got it right with their prime directive.  However, transportation allows for the conquering of other lands once ships were built to navigate the seas. Invasions will continue, the elite will go on plundering until.........????

All those t-shirts and shoes made by the Chinese that don't sell in thrift stores get bundled up by the pallet and shipped off to Africa. Their own garment trade ruined by the same cheap labor that ruined the industry in the US. Poor people wearing castoffs from the rich and middle class originally sewn by poor people. Who else besides Goodyear has slave wage factories in Africa? Do they grow cotton? Too cliche perhaps.

How is it they allowed themselves to be sold as slaves in the 1800s? Were they rounded up at gunpoint? Were the muslims involved?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/420000/images/_424984_poster300.jpg

 

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Africa

 

Jewel of the world. The most valuable land anywhere in the world. Once thought to be worth 3 Trillion in minerals back in the 1980's that valuation has sky-rocketed. Just one problem, it is full of Africans.

 

This has never stopped the large corporations in the past.

 

 

Aids for Africa.

If you are a long time member of the CT scene I need not explain AIDS is a depopulation weapon developed specifically for Africa. All part of the strategy of depopulating Africa to allow the wholesale take over by the big mining corporations.

 

[Monitory-wise all mined valuables are primary income (new to the system, never before in circulation) and Primary income streams are what economics are based on. Without them bringing in new cash all the taxes and fees would eat money into nothing. The game would become less transparent to all the victims. All the richest and most powerful corporations are hooked into primary income sources and transport of those products. Thus they are kings in your economic empire.]

 

My uncle was in the NZ navy for 35 years. SBS, Special Boat Services. If you look up what they have done you will see a clean sheet, Ghosts. Nonetheless they were busy along with a multinational force (much like the one in Syria today) during the 80's in “off the books operations” including a nuclear detonation. My cousins father and step father were on the same vessel and both were subject to what they were told was “nuclear testing” off the coast of Africa but as it was “off the books” no compensation was ever given as they could never officially prove they were there. My cousins father died of cancer 10 years ago.

 

During that time period we saw the biggest 3 year manufacturing run of defoliant by Monsanto in their history. Sprayed on African crops. Villagers driven off their land by soldiers of no nation. Millions starved. Everywhere food was found or grown was wiped out over those 3 years. People were driven off their traditional lands and forced to refugee camps where they were fed goodness knows what. Something which gave them swollen bellies and didn't help much. In hindsight it was the white rice (probably some early GMO stuff. Be good to see who sold it all to them, connect some dots) brown rices would have been a far better choice. Along with that they could be inoculated with AIDS and they wouldn't know it until much later.

 

I talked to an African guy on LOP who backed up what I said. He had survived the men in the night shooting up the village driving them off their land while burning everything.

They told us it was a bad Drought and Famine (think about how long the Western Media has been collaborating in Psy-ops directed at the public) and Africans who had farmed their own land for 6000 years had suddenly become useless at it.

 

Aid for Africa

Probably one of the biggest Psy-ops that went down in the 80's a decade where they tested much of the research that had obtained via psychological studies. (In NZ it was the 1981 Springbok Tour)

 

We all had to starve ourselves for 40 hours and collect money for it, kids still do it to this day. Collect money for starving kids in Africa. Global rock concert to raise awareness. They pulled out all the stops and we believed it without question. Easier to sell a big lie than a small one they say.

 

At that moment we had branded in our minds what was going on and why, it was drought followed by famine, too many Africans breeding too fast and that is why it is so bad. It will keep happening unless we do something. (and for many they will never be able to get that idea out of their heads such is the conditioning and insertion factors)

 

Bill Gates today is not out to save Africa, he is a made-man by appointment, he has been told what he has to spend he money on, depopulate Africa while pretending to be doing the opposite.

 

Drone strikes on the horn of Africa today by the US military, doing the same old same old. It sicken one drone operator he sued his own government over the 3000 innocent people he had killed on orders. It was in Africa he was operating. He was just one of many.

 

Invasion of Mali by France

 

This is not allowed to be reported on in France except in the most sketchy of details and outlines. They have suppressed all actual detail and there is no freedom of the press in France in political matters.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/frances-invasion-of-mali-a-carefully-planned-military-intervention/5325454

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-20991719

(propaganda in action)

http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/World_News_3/article_9559.shtml

http://www.dw.com/en/west-backs-frances-unilateral-mali-intervention/a-16522348

(now you see who runs the EU's numbers as well)

 

Mali is one of the most mineral rich nations in Africa. Gold, Uranium, Iron, copper, silver, oil, Mali has it all and 99% of it untapped. Have no doubt who pulls the strings of the French government. Don't panic, the USA (US Business Mafia whom the intel agencies really report to) has been spying on them to make sure they were not reneging on those business deals.

 

France has been pushing down through Mali looking for French Al Cida or French ISIS or what ever BS reason they give the public. Seems they will be pushing through Mali in the long run as the corporations try and secure territory. No doubt whatever mining corp that gets the contracts will be hailed as heroes who saved the Mali economy by giving everyone jobs...never changes, from Zapata in Peru (Bush Oil) to The United Fruit Corp in Guatemala or Root & Brown (Bush Snr and Cheney) who got all the reconstruction contracts in Vietnam after having flattened it. Same bunch of crooks blowing up infrastructure then getting paid to rebuild it after the conflict.

 

In US conflict zones the first things targeted are hospitals, water supply, electricity supply and communications. The handbooks says it is to demoralize the enemy and gain help from the civilian populous to end the conflict as soon as possible so services can be restored. ( I guess the US Media doesn't quote that one, they always say it was an errant missile which hit the Chinese embassy, school and hospital)

 

Destruction of Libya as it was verging on serious consolidation.

Gold trading as cash. Libya was about to go Gold Standard in an alliance with four other African nations in the deal. Libyan Oil was the world standard, Arabian Light Crude, almost not in need of refinement and the most valuable of all Oils.

All trashed by a Multinational mercenary force incarnadining as revolutionary freedom fighters set to end the evil reign of Gaddffi..... who hadn't been in power for decades. Instead they had a four way power-sharing system that had been working well.

 

What wasn't reported on the MSM was every time there was resistance in a Libyan city they would shut down the camera operators and embedded reporters for the day and NATO fighters would bomb it all day (clear war crime) to soften it up. If not for independent people on the ground we would not know any of this. Touted as fixing up the nation, Libya (who previously had the lowest debt in the world, just 6K) now is in economic ruins with little to no Oil being exported and masses in Loans to try and keep the new government afloat. Nothing suspicious about that at all.

 

 

Who benefits?

 

The Mining cartels.

What they fear is Africans getting Africa for themselves. They fear them taking their birthright and becoming independently wealthy of the rest of the economic world. Africa is often portrayed on world maps as smaller than it really is. Even Google at one point (might still do) had an automatic change of scale when you crossed the coast of Africa with your cursor. It is a Big Score economically if you can control it.

 

The Banking, Mining and Shipping corporations of the world control vast portions of the globe and their own markets. They are bigger economically than nearly all nations and when they work together they are more powerful than nations. We know they work together, they have Bilderberg, the CFR, Club of Rome etc where they openly (well try in secret) to discuss how they are going to operate collectively. Sometimes they invite politician to tell them how it is going to be or he she can kiss their next election good bye. Rio Tinto controls the Australian government. As soon as any leader suggests raising mining taxes they get rolled the next week. Gina Reinhardt (richest Australian) probably has more control of Australis than any AU politician

 

Which ever one of the big mining corporations gets the biggest slice of Africa will in theory win the long term game. That is where they stand and their perspective. The only real problem is there are a lot more Africans than is easy to deal with. That is being dealt with it would seem.

 

You can't even stop there.   The main competitor for Africa with the west is China and there corporations .

 

http://thediplomat.com/2014/08/china-and-the-us-compete-for-influence-in-africa/ 

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On 8/26/2015, 3:40:15, YourMom2 said:

 

Their own garment trade ruined by the same cheap labor that ruined the industry in the US. Poor people wearing castoffs from the rich and middle class originally sewn by poor people. Who else besides Goodyear has slave wage factories in Africa? Do they grow cotton? Too cliche perhaps.

On 8/26/2015, 3:40:15, YourMom2 said:

How is it they allowed themselves to be sold as slaves in the 1800s? Were they rounded up at gunpoint? Were the muslims involved?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/420000/images/_424984_poster300.jpg

I had a better reply but accidental closed browser, so I will post quick, but its the same info just not as laid out..

 

http://adamhudson.org/2012/01/28/wall-street-was-founded-on-slavery/ 

https://www.popularresistance.org/us-clothes-makers-seek-slave-labor-in-ethiopia/

Ethiopian wages at $21 a month have US corporations excited
Back in December 2011, Hilary Clinton visited Myanmar in the wake of the military dictatorship’s introduction of reforms.  Ms. Clinton was accompanied on that visit by corporate leaders looking for lucrative investment opportunities and cheap labor. Military dictatorship’s can be a bit too unstable for investors looking for profits sometimes, but with a firm grip on dissent and unions they can be good business partners.

US president Barack Obama has just finished a 5-day visit to East Africa with the same goal in mind.  “Africa is the fina (ref above)

Govt actually hates blacks http://www.naturalnews.com/050625_black_lives_abortions_vaccine_fraud.html

5 Giant Companies Who Use Slave Labor http://www.businesspundit.com/5-giant-companies-who-use-slave-labor 

Microsoft was the company most scrutinized for their utilization of KYE's slave and child labor, but KYE employees were also manufacturing products for XBox, HP, and other electronics companies. However, other large corporations like Apple have also (only recently) admitted to using Chinese factories who forced child slaves to work long hours under harrowing conditions. Another guilty party is Nokia.

You might be wondering why these companies bother to have a code of conduct at all, seeing at how blatantly it's ignored. It's to give customers the illusion that they want -- everyone wants an iPhone or a fancy computer, but no one wants to admit that they would probably buy it even if they did know it was made by sick little child slaves who are dying just so they can buy the product at a billion percent markup.

History of Slavery and early colonization in SA timeline 1602-1841

http://sahistory.org.za/south-africa-1652-1806/history-slavery-and-early-colonisation-sa

(much more, too much to list, but I've done my homework and my extra credit on the subject....) 

 

 

 

 

 

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 What happened to Black Wall Street on June 1, 1921?

Black Wall Street, the name fittingly given to one of the most affluent all-Black communities in America, was bombed from the air and burned to the ground by mobs of envious Whites. In a period spanning fewer than 12 hours, a once thriving Black business district in northern Tulsa lay smoldering – a model community destroyed and a major African-American economic movement resoundingly defused.

 

The night’s carnage left some 3,000 African Americans dead and over 600 successful businesses lost. Among these were 21 churches, 21 restaurants, 30 grocery stores and two movie theaters, plus a hospital, a bank, a post office, libraries, schools, law offices, a half dozen private airplanes and even a bus system. As could have been expected, the impetus behind it all was the infamous Ku Klux Klan, working in consort with ranking city officials and many other sympathizers.

The best description of Black Wall Street, or Little Africa as it was also known, would be to compare it to a mini Beverly Hills. It was the golden door of the Black community during the early 1900s, and it proved that African Americans could create a successful infrastructure. That’s what Black Wall Street was all about.

 

The dollar circulated 36 to 100 times, sometimes taking a year for currency to leave the community. Now a dollar leaves the Black community in 15 minutes. As for resources, there were Ph.D.s residing in Little Africa, Black attorneys and doctors. One doctor was Dr. Berry, who owned the bus system. His average income was $500 a day, hefty pocket change in 1910.

etc http://sfbayview.com/2011/02/what-happened-to-black-wall-street-on-june-1-1921/

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