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(en) France, Alternative libertaire, 16 Jan. - Mali: Areva well worth a war (fr) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 17 Jan 2013 15:02:31 +0200

Françafrique finished? Definitely not, and despite the rhetoric of Holland on this issue as on many others, the PS and the UMP is Tweedledee and Tweedledum. ---- "France has no interest in Mali, François Hollande said to the press on January 16. It is only in the service of peace. "Is that so? France has no interest in the Sahel? Not even uranium mines in Niger, operated by Areva to supply the French nuclear power plants?---Certainly, the fact that an army of Salafists make the law in northern Mali are pleased person nor the inhabitants and citizens condemned to live under the rule of fanatics, or the states of the region who fear destabilization, or Malian and Malians who see their country split in two and on the verge of collapse.

But if the situation is of particular concern in France, it is primarily because for several years, the Niger uranium mining is dangerous, because of the repeated incursions and kidnappings. It is primarily for this reason that today the French army bombed and is committed to the ground.

This procedure also allows France to resume leadership in the region to its ally states unien who has trained for several years - in vain, obviously - senior Malian military to fight the "war against terrorism".

Economic and geopolitical interests weigh heavily in the balance, rather than their hands cut off or ripped mausoleums.

Malian and Malians who now shout "Vive la France" and are in a liberator François Hollande should be aware of this reality. http://www.humanite.fr/monde/les-maliens-de-france-entre-angoisse-et-soulagemen-513006

Salafists fight, freedom to the people of Gao or Timbuktu, it should have been the case and Malians Malians themselves, possibly with the help of neighboring countries. That would really signified a break with the dependence-à-vis the former colonial power.

Leaving the Elysee complacently take over, even agreeing with relief with this procedure, the Community of States of West Africa (ECOWAS), the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, http://www. tamazgha.fr / Le-MNLA-met-hold-on-aux.html the interim government of Mali but also staff "Anti-imperialist" Captain Sanogo are linked deliberately char neocolonial and chain them with the peoples of West Africa for a long time.

Libertarian alternative also denounced the security reinforcement, in France, accompanied the war, with the passage at Red Vigipirate and bustle of the terrorist bogeyman used to increase repression and stigmatization of Islam and African eternal "enemy within."

French army, go home!

Fellow African neocolonialism refuse!

Go out and ... nuclear power!

Alternative libertarian, January 16, 2013
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