Friday, July 01, 2011

Napoleon "Sarkonaparte's" neo-colonialist designs for Africa

The NATO war on Libya is largely the brainchild of the ideological descendant of Napoleon Bonaparte, the "little Corsican." The "little Hungarian" Nicolas Sarkozy has now violated the UN Security Council's Resolution 1973 by directly providing Libyan rebels battling the central government forces of Muammar Qaddafi with weapons.

Sarkozy's move on Libya, has the not-so-secret backing of Israel via the private "shuttle diplomacy" of Sarkozy's friend Bernard-Henri Levy, an ardent Zionist who knows that one of the proposed homes for the Zionist state was in the Green Mountains in Cyrenaica, near Benghazi. Levy, who was born into a Sephardic Jewish colonialist household in French Algeria, bears the unmistakable and common "pied-noir" brand of antipathy toward Arabs.  Levy negotiated a 30-year lease for an Israeli base in eastern Libya from the rebel National Transitional Council and a promise of recognition of Israeli by the rebels if they gain control of Tripoli. The goal of Levy and Sarkozy is to bring Libya into a neo-colonialist French African realm that will not only consolidate the French hold on the former French African colonies but expand French influence into Libya, Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

After French forces invaded Ivory Coast to depose President Laurent Gbagbo in favor of their hand-chosen candidate Alassane Ouattara, a former deputy director of the International Monetary Fund and former governor of the Central Bank of Western African States, the contrivance that mints and circulates the Communauté financière d'Afrique franc
(CFA franc), Sarkozy and the French military assigned French officers to "assist" Ouattara in governing Ivory Coast. The CFA franc is the neo-colonialist monetary unit that France uses to dominate the economies and political affairs of Ivory Coast, Benin, Togo, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, and Guinea-Bissau.

French and French-backed troops of Ouattara's "Republican Forces of Cote d'Ivoire" now guard Gbagbo and his top ex-government officials who are being held under arrest by Ouattara's government. The Ouattara government is considering asking the International Criminal Court, which has indicted and issued arrest warrants for Qaddafi and his son Seif al Islam al-Qaddafi, to also indict Gbagbo. However, no one is asking for the indictment of Ouattara, whose forces have killed some 95 Ivorians since April when the civil war between Ouattara and Gbagbo ended. Many Gbagbo supporters form the south of the country remain in exile in Liberia and Togo, fearful to return lest they face retribution from Ouattara's thugs from the north of the country. Sarkozy and French billionaires Martin Bouygues and Rothschild bank alumnus Vincent Bollore attended Ouatarra's swearing -in ceremony in May. Meanwhile, French military officers are re-organizing Ivory Coast's armed forces to purge Gbagbo supporters and make the force compatible with NATO and the US Africa Command (AFRICOM), the command that will eventually re-colonize Africa for NATO. The French invasion and occupation of Ivory Coast had the support of the UN, ,much as the NATO attack on Libya has been done with the cover of UN support.

French Prime Minister Francois Fillon is die in Ivory Coast in July 14, French Bastille Day, to consolidate Paris's hold over the country.

The Undersecretary General of the UN for Political Affairs is Lynn Pascoe, whose foreign service career in Beijing, Moscow, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Taipei suggests ties to the CIA, has been a champion of Ouattara and the Libyan rebel forces.

Ouattara's wife, Dominique Folloroux-Ouattara, like Bernard-Henri Levy, was born into a Jewish pied-noir French colonial family in Algeria, owns AICI of Paris, a property management company with real estate holdings in Ivory Coast, Gabon, Burkina Faso (where Alassane Ouattara was born), and Cannes. AICI is also the North American franchisee for Jacques Dessange beauty salons and products. As the property manager for long-time Ivory Coast President Felix Houphouet-Boigny, Folloroux was believed to have also been his mistress. After Houphouet-Boigny, who died in 1993, became feeble, Folloroux married Ouattara in 1991 in Paris. The wedding was attended by none other than the billionaire friend of Sarkozy, Martin Bouygues. What is of major interest to the billionaires who support Sarkozy is Ivory Coast's huge cocoa industry. For Folloroux-Ouattara's Zionist friends, the interest in Ivory Coast has to do less with chocolate bars and more with gold bars and diamonds.

Ivorian and Libyan sources have told WMR that what helped trigger the French-backed military invasions of Ivory Coast and Libya, which the French have now escalated to include weapons deliveries to Libyan rebel forces, was the support by Gbagbo for Qaddafi's plan to establish a gold-backed African currency unit that would replace the Paris-controlled CFA franc in its former West African colonies. Sarkozy and his billionaire and Zionist friends became alarmed at the prospect and Levy was dispatched to meet with the rebels and secure early French recognition, the first by any nation, for their Benghazi-based "government."

One of those interested in the Qaddafi idea was Philippine-Henri Dacoury-Tably, the former Ivorian governor of the Central Bank of West Afrucan States, the post previously held by Ouattara. Dacoury-Tabley now finds himself imprisoned and charged by Ouattara's government with "infractions against private banks and the Central Bank of West Africa." It is obvious that the worst "crime" against the international bankers was to unhinge West Africa's economy from the Rothschild banking houses of Paris, London, and New York. The threat to the banks is also part of the reason why Qaddafi is under attack by the very countries where the Rothschild banks dominate: France, Britain, Italy, Sweden, and the United States -- with Israel smiling in the background.