MSNBC contributor Joy Reid in a tweet: “Today is another good day to ask: why are hundreds of U.S. troops in Niger and why did four special forces soldiers die there?”
General Kelly, White House Chief of Staff: “...working with partners, all across Africa, teaching them how to be better soldiers, teaching them how to respect human rights, teaching them how to fight ISIS so that we don’t have to send our soldiers and Marines there in the thousands.”
General Thomas Waldhauser, the commander of US Africa Command (AFRICOM): “We’re trying to prevent something from happening before it does. If the US does not maintain a presence in Africa, Russia and China will step in...” He then mentioned the newly built Chinese Naval base in Djibouti as an example.
I have warned on this before, first in Code Name VET 101 and now yet again in the new GMJ Novel, Code Name Mélisse. The above reasons are just so much nonsense. I answered in Code Name VET 101: No reason, Joy, no reason. There is no chance whatsoever that the kidnappers of girls will ever get in an old dilapidated merchant vessel and sail right across the Atlantic Ocean to invade mainland USA and subject you to their will (yes, remember, hello, when Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 school girls and the “Bring back our girls" movement started). Neither Boko Haram nor al-Shabab is a direct threat to your way of living, none, and the countries where they are to be found in have zero strategic value to you or the West in general, nothing. Those countries don’t even have valuable minerals. Why do you think the Russians are not there, fighting? They do so where they feel they have something to protect and what is more, when they do fight, they win as we saw in Syria. They don’t have a recent history of failures like you do. Or the South Africans, the best in the business in Africa, also absent because they could not be bothered, why is that? The Chinese? They do protect their assets, make no mistake, read Code Name Mel’s Choice and Code Name Ghost and wake up to reality, and yet, they are not there. Simply because there is no actual nor credible threat and the US effort is more about being there than anything else since there are no reachable goalposts nor strategy. Same old mistakes repeating once again. It is pathetic. The reasons given by General Kelly “...working with partners, all across Africa, teaching them how to be better soldiers, teaching them how to respect human rights, teaching them how to fight ISIS so that we don’t have to send our soldiers and Marines there in the thousands” are outright fake reasons and contemptible enough for me to have laughed aloud when I read them.
Hear what I am telling you and wake up. You are unwanted, you are not welcome, and you are achieving nothing because you are clueless to begin with. All what is happening and will happen in the future unless dramatic changes are made is that you are being showed as inept and with that you lose face. Leave Africa for those that understand her ways better than what you ever will, this was a pitiable effort in every way possible. And it got even worse, when the Clinton News Network, CNN to you, discussed the Niger Ambush on 24 October 2017 they brought a Middle East Al-Qaeda expert to advise them on West Africa. OMW! Yes, don’t wonder why we find you ridiculous. Let me warn you even more plainly since it seems that few authors are doing so, and let me say that I do understand that such warnings are seen as “anti-American” and therefore bad for book sales, yet, I must warn because if I don’t, who will? The sad fact remains - every time that you lose a man and the US lamestream media make a big political noise on what comes naturally to soldiers, dying in combat, your enemy cheers gleefully. Yes, he is rejuvenated by the snowflakes’ comments. Make no mistake, he reads your websites. He sees your news and infighting and rejoices. He follows your opposing views closely because it is music to his ears. He says to his mates: “Brothers, let us kill more infidel US soldiers. They will run for home like they ran from Vietnam and elsewhere. Yes, let us do a ‘Mogadishu’ on them, let us cause more casualties. Allah is great! They will run away when the body bags arrive on US soil and a political uproar takes place for those martyred. Allah is sending the infidels here to be killed by us!” Thank you, Billy Goat Clinton, that is your legacy in Africa, you made that. Perception is important in war. Read the first chapter of American Military Might – Debunked and see what took place and how much face you have lost already. If you cannot afford the book, send me an email for it and I will help you out. This is not the first time I warned, like my views or not, whatever, I am an expert in this theatre. I do not warn to insult but to get you to understand how far wrong you are...
About AFRICOM I wrote before, it is a Military Command that is rated by us - see Code Name Jen specifically on our reasons - as “Mickey Mouse.” – General Waldhauser, the commander of US Africa Command (AFRICOM), evidently, does not even know of the Chinese satellite intercept station or the massive Chinese Air Base in Zimbabwe – see Code Name Mel’s Choice – or the Walfish Bay Naval Base – see Code Name Ghost, when he used the Chinese Naval base in Djibouti as the primary example, before carrying on: “It’s important that we are there, that we are present, and the African people see our commitment to their overall desires.” What commitment? No, it is not, General, you are too late and I say again, the chances of an African regional based Muslim terrorist group sailing to America to invade you, conquer you, and subject you to their radical beliefs are less than zero. All that we can conclude from this wisdom is that the presence of US soldiers and whatever comes with them has nothing to do with combating ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Boko Haram and Al-Shabaab, also spelt Al-Shabab, as is claimed but keeping the Chinese and Russians out. I wonder, why do you suppose that it is the sacred duty of America to decide on behalf of sovereign African Nations on who they want with them, side with or help them train their militaries for local conditions? Local conditions since they too are extremely unlikely to invade and subject you to their will, the idea is ridiculous in the extreme. And if you knew how to conduct such training, fair enough, but you have no clue and neither does your lapdog, the UK, that left in the 1960s. We laugh at your attempts here, seriously, what we forgot you still don’t know. Only the South Africans know how to conduct such training, not you. When you obtain a thousand to one kill ratio here, come and talk to me again. Let us look at the facts which you are welcome to independently verify – we believe in Mr Reagan’s dictum of “trust but verify” in GMJ. China replaced the US as the main African trade partner in 2009 already, leaving the US to be the biggest aid donor which is a nothing burger. You will know if you read GMJ Books before, that Africa cannot be saved. The continent is lost, not even a man like Mr Mandela could do much or even tried. I pity my American friends and readers, not only are they abused as taxpayers to support the liberal cesspool of the UN that cannot even do its books properly, as well as foreign wars that have nothing to do with the US, and then handing out aid money left right and centre to nations that do not support their values. And for all this they are also subjected to homegrown terrorist attacks, fed mushrooms and treated as morons by the mainstream media and their turds as a final insult. God knows why this is accepted so meekly because I don’t understand the passiveness. (And then there is NATO, 90% of the countries are still not paying their 2% on GDP because you know what, American taxpayers are stupid enough to do so for them. Yes, you are being abused. Conversely, there is an anomaly here. Why is mainstream media shouting about the so-called “danger” that Russia poses, but at the same time will not support Donald J Trump’s efforts to get the NATO countries to spend more to protect themselves from Russia? Yep, explain that to me, snowflakes, Angelique.)
In a short few years China “aided or financed the building of over 3,000 miles of railway and roads, built more than 200 schools and nearly 100 hospitals, and trained more than 160,000 professional workers in Africa...” according to Liu Xiaoming, China’s ambassador to the UK. The US is not doing that, the money is used for “counter-terrorism” actions. In Kenya, the East African Nation, China invested $3.2 billion in Kenya’s rail network, the US spent $100 million a year in security assistance and I assure you, Kenya is no safer today than what it was yesterday, the opposite actually. Okay, so let me state to you the real reason for the US Military presence in Africa, and this is common knowledge, not a secret except for US citizens, it is to build-up relations with African militaries and sell close to useless military gear that will not work well enough. The mere presence of the US Military is from our viewpoint a very sinister force at work because it means that if and when that African Nation is seen as hostile to US interests, then they are hoping that they can influence the local military to stage a military coup or they already know the place, making it easier to invade. Yes, that is the real reason and why no foreign military presence will ever be allowed in South Africa and many other nations, a few visiting officers and training groups, yes, to see what they do and say, but no more. Trust is not required here and believe me, there are none as far as any major power is concerned. We know that any country having oil is a hundred times, yes, times, not percentage, likely to be invaded or meddled with. In our sad history we saw what gold did to us, the British Empire could not steal it quickly enough, destroying two Boer Republics that existed for 50 years, model republics with Constitutions based on the US Constitutions minus the slavery clauses. The reasoning behind the staged US supported coup, also called “Regime Change,” is always the same, yes, “terrorism” and or “saving the innocents” and then they are invited to stay (see Iraq as an example, Angelique), and thus they can counter Chinese influence by being in place or so they hope.
Now I wonder, why then are the Chinese here? Did the US policy work? No, obviously not and guess who pays the price? Yes, the lad on the ground not even knowing why he is there except that at some stage he will be tested and may die in a country that not even his elected Senators can pinpoint on a map. And then it gets worse because wherever an American soldier is attacked, he responds by calling in excessive airstrikes to destroy the enemy and everything around him, innocents die, and he just gave the terrorist the greatest gift of all, a new recruitment base build on genuine anger. That is what happens when you try conventional warfare tactics in counterinsurgency or counter-terrorism. Still, the pattern continues unabated. Who wins here? Not you, not the invaded country, no, the Merchants of Death and their cronies that are from all sides of the political spectrum, all sides. My word, this is so easy to spot and yet you read nothing in the mainstream media on this. What you find is Hollywood making vastly patriotic movies now and then, the “good guy” image is betrayed, everything is good, but actually, it is not, that is not the image at ground level. A fool’s paradise as existing in the White House and Pentagon will not change the bottom line, the political shenanigans are known and being countered on many levels. I don’t know why the Western Powers cannot realize that their codes can be broken, are broken and their dark desires not spotted and countered by African Nations. It must be latent racism to underestimate those that do not look like you. (We first saw the efforts in a rather silly attempt by US Marine guards at the Pretoria Embassy in the 1990s when they tried to hold parties with South African Army Special Force members, undoubtedly to find out more about them. There are no modern books on South African Army Special Forces, none, all available books reflect to Apartheid days, long gone. Where they train with foreign forces, they reveal nothing new, there are more revealed in Foxtrot’s books than anywhere else and even that is selective in the extreme. Nothing is known about Police Special Forces and much less than nothing is published on the South African Secret Service, not even in Foxtrot’s books. No one outside them really knows what they do or don’t do, the secrecy is maintained to unheard-of levels. The Marines’ amateur hour spying attempts failed mainly because they were not Special Forces rated, not part of the Special Forces community, and seen as wankers in general. Only the US Marine Recon Units, all 400 members, are seen as Special Forces here, and they are not stupid enough to try such shenanigans. The attempt was reported immediately, and appropriate steps taken - more than one Marine was compromised rather badly in return, reporting to me and getting more valuable as they were promoted to higher ranks. What the West also do not understand is that we rarely bother to recruit senior people, they are anyway compromised by technical means. The lower ranking officers, company grade and just above as well as senior warrant officers are in tactical level intelligence much more valuable than any bemedalled general, much more, because we know on their deployment what is happening. That is how you prevent a first strike, yes, we know all the tricks and quite a few that you have no idea on, keep on underestimating us, it is entertaining, Angelique.)