The Elites Seem to Disagree

I have to admit that I had no idea where Mali was before I Googled it, so I’m hardly qualified to speak about the question of whether their government was overthrown by evil Russians or by good Americans in order to bring “freedom.”

But check back with me next week. I’m entirely sure I’ll have a very strong opinion on the issue and a good deal of confidence in my belief that whoever disagrees with me is the embodiment of evil.

2 thoughts on “The Elites Seem to Disagree

  1. Bawb Cawx

    Don’t forget Chinese agents. It seems the three “large” countries have “ambitions” entailing operatives in charge of disrupting “governments” and adding a notch to their “neo-colonial” collections. after many empires having fallen into dust, “true believers” in imperial majesty still insist on “looking out for number one” who is obviously superior to the other douche-bags. “Divide, divide, divide and conquer, conquer, conquer for the benefit of elites. Perhaps the elites of USA, China and Russia will one day create a single entity…I wonder what they’d call it?

  2. John Thurloe

    Ha, ha, ha. You’re spot on. Keeping in mind that the Daily Beast on Russia is Der Angriff about Jews.

    Mali Coup Leader a US-Trained Military Officer
    Second straight Malian coup with an American training link

    Germany, France, Britain to keep troops in Mali despite coup
    French Defense Minister Florence Parly said the Sahel’s “security challenge” also represented a threat for the “whole of Europe” to Africa’s north.
    Wow. Maybe they have nukes.

    ‘There has been no coup d’état in Mali’ – Ismaël Wagué, CNSP spox
    No, “the constitutional order has not been broken” in Mali. This is the leitmotif of the soldiers of the National Committee for the Salvation of the People (CNSP) who took power in Bamako.

    Global condemnation of Mali coup despite public support
    The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has condemned the coup attempt in Mali

    Nigeria welcomes W. Africa standby force over Mali coup

    African Gold Group Provides an Update on Situation in Mali
    TORONTO, Aug. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — African Gold Group, Inc. (TSX-V: AGG) (“AGG” or the “Company”) would like to announce that the Company continues to monitor the evolving political situation in Mali.

    Gold mining in Mali unaffected by military coup
    But shares of gold mining firms have fallen sharply due to heightened political risks.
    Barrick Gold, the biggest miner in Mali

    Mali coup weighs on ASX-listed African miners
    The military coup in Mali has rocked the share prices of a number of Australian-listed miners operating in the country

    gold, gold, gold. Couldn’t possible have an influence.

    Why? Reports from before the action

    Mali: Security Forces Use Excessive Force at Protests
    The current political crisis was sparked by a Constitutional Court ruling in April that gave the ruling party a majority in parliament, as well as high unemployment, ongoing instability in Mali’s north and center, and perceived state corruption

    Mali: New witness testimony reveals horrors of protest shootings .
    Dozens of witnesses to the shootings of protesters in Mali last month told Amnesty International they had clearly identified some of the perpetrators as the bodyguards of Manassa Danioko, President of the Constitutional Court.

    Far worse than Belarus but the west only cares about the gold. Black Lives Do Not Matter!


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