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The Hidden Story Of Whats Really Happening In Africa

Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange interviews Marc Abela on Niger, Somalia and American policy. "All the mega-corp boats ... get military support pretty much, to go in places where technically they shouldn't be, it's not their lands to fish, and all these mega-corp go and scoop the entire ocean. ... mostly US companies, European companies, Japan is complicit, they just go and it's bottom scooping, they destroy the entirety of the ocean. And by doing so, it's free, cheap supply for all these companies ... the government is in bed [with these companies], and it's backing [them] up. And what happened is a lot of poor Somali fisherman unfortunately got angry at these mega-corp boats... tried to rebel, the big boats started water cannoning all of them ... The poor fishermen, they were losing their jobs, losing their food pretty much, so what they did is they came back with guns, they came back in an attempt to fight back... they started shooting, it was disruptive to the good functioning of all these mega-corp boats... The US asked the Somali government to intervene, they said no, they decided to back these fishermen." [So (to condense this a bit) as a result of US (Obama era) "leadership," rather than cracking down on foreign drag net factory fishing in Somali waters, the UN put sanctions on Somalia and, bowing to that pressure, Somalia imprisoned 500 fishermen, so, the US won the battle. But the war against globalist corporate raiders rages on in Somalia in the form of widespread local support for groups referred to as terrorist organizations by the globalist media, but who most of the locals regard as protectors, and so you have the situation today. -Maze]