Biden starts spring from the Horn of Africa –
Addis Ababa, July 9, 2021 (Walta) – The United States of America – a beacon of democracy and freedom, is a nation that historically has never shied away from pushing countries around the world to war, carpet bombing them and violently carrying out diet change campaigns. So for anyone who thinks the war in Afghanistan is over and that the withdrawal of US troops from the war-torn country is a sign that Democratic President Joe Biden is seeking an end to unnecessary conflict in the world – they are completely deceive. With Joe Biden in charge, America’s priorities have simply changed.
The United States is withdrawing from Afghanistan because another war zone is maturing by Joe Biden and his coterie of warmongers. We are talking here about the strategically located Horn of Africa. The countries of the Horn of Africa, namely Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, Djibouti and Eritrea suddenly find themselves in the midst of heated conflicts and tensions, either at the national level or among themselves. At the heart of the inevitable devastation that is destined to befall the Horn of Africa is the relentless lack of Democrats for war, which keeps America’s military-industrial complex flush with the money.
Did you know that, according to a top secret directive 11 (PDS-11) of the 2010 Obama presidential study, the White House, then occupied by Barack Obama, supported the fundamentalist paramilitary sect of the Islamic Muslim Brotherhood through the Middle – East? There was only one goal: to unleash a reign of terror that would have a drastic impact on the entire world. Coincidentally, it was at the same time that the Arab Spring struck and protests rocked all Arab capitals in the Middle East.
Few people remember that it was President Barack Obama who started the Arab Spring protests. After the former president’s famous Cairo speech in 2009, in which he spoke of a “new start” for US foreign policy in the region, many expected him to help install democracy once. the protests started. The protesters believed the United States would openly help them in their efforts to overthrow the regimes. However, this was not the case, which led to the failure of many uprisings. Those who succeeded also left the whole country in ruins.
A man was at the center of the Arab Spring protests. According to some reports, career diplomat Jeffrey Feltman organized the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri in 2005. He organized a UN commission which suggested that Syrian Bashar al-Assad was involved in the crime, as part of an American plan to separate Lebanon from the protection of Syria. Feltman then organized the Cedar Revolution, demanding that Syrian military and security forces leave Lebanon. Feltman moved the Obama-Clinton Arab Spring forward across the Middle East, from Cairo to Tripoli and beyond.
Under Hilary Clinton, then Secretary of State, Feltman was Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. As part of the Arab Spring protests, the Obama-Clinton duo aimed to overthrow Bashar al-Assad in Syria and turn the country into rubble with the support of Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. However, the Russian intervention in Syria in 2015 reduced all these underhanded plans to dust.
Now, the Biden administration has appointed the same Arab Spring orchestrator – Jeffrey Feltman as special envoy for the Horn of Africa. Feltman is said to be close to the CIA, and his appointment to the Horn of Africa suggests that a great war is about to befall that volatile region. The Horn of Africa is a gateway to major global maritime flows via the Red Sea and the Suez Canal to the Mediterranean.
Ethiopia takes center stage as the world focuses on the Horn of Africa. Ethiopia is currently facing a rebellion in its northernmost region of Tigray. The rebellion is led by a group called the TPLF. The Biden administration claims that Ethiopian forces and officials are committing human rights violations in Tigray and that, therefore, the United States must become involved in “humanitarian intervention”.
Ethiopia is a strong country, and it is close to both Russia and China – which is the case with most countries in the Horn. Meanwhile, Iran also has its interests in the Horn of Africa and wants to have significant influence over Somalia and other countries in order to secure Yemen in case Tehran is able to decisively win the day. ongoing war between Saudi Arabia and the Houthis.
Likewise, the United States also wants to be present throughout the Horn of Africa – with an eye on Yemen and also to dominate the Strait of Bab-el Mandeb. The Strait of Bab-el Mandeb eventually links the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea and provides access to Arab countries. This makes Ethiopia a vital place. The United States wants to establish its presence in Ethiopia and deal with the growing presence of Russia and China in the region. Currently, Russia and Sudan are renegotiating an agreement on a Russian naval base in the country.
Therefore, in the name of “humanitarian intervention”, the Biden administration appears ready to send American boots on the ground and push another decent country into the mouth of a protracted war. It turns out that the United States wants to dominate the Horn of Africa, but also has a bad relationship with the countries there. It’s not like the Biden administration is one day going to walk into the region and tell countries that the United States has come to teach them democracy. African nations will simply kick the United States out.
The United States maintains strained relations with Sudan. Bill Clinton’s administration in the United States bombed the African country in 1998. Subsequently, the United States imposed punitive sanctions on Sudan, which were lifted by Donald Trump last year. In Somalia, the situation is only worse for the United States. The United States’ “war on terror” against Somalia from September 2001 soured relations between the United States and Somalia. The United States has aligned itself with a group of warlords to counter the influence of jihadist groups in Somalia. Ultimately, the American alliance with the warlords was defeated by the Somali jihadists.
Thus, the Biden administration creates a scenario where it can justify invading the Horn of Africa, and for which hawkish Democrats and liberals will applaud favorably. There is simply no other way, other than intense war and bloodshed, that the Biden administration can hope to achieve its goals in the region. Countries in the region are intensely pro-Russian. Protesters in Ethiopia and Mali were found waving Russian flags. In Ethiopia, waving Russian flags has become a symbol of anger against US “interference” in the internal affairs of that East African country.
For the Biden administration, pushing an entire region into an endless wave of violence serves two purposes. First, the Horn of Africa – which is emerging as a geopolitically vital region is dominated by the United States Second, the Biden administration hopes to neutralize the growing influence of Russia, China and Iran in the region . And third, with the Horn of Africa at hand, the United States can also start with its plans for Yemen – which are hardly peaceful.
In 2010, it was the Middle East. Ten years later, it is now the Horn of Africa. The Democrats’ thirst for war has hardly taken a hit, and its puppeteers in the US deep state drool over the idea of ââJoe Biden starting a whole new conflict, which will help them make trucks full of money.