Benghazigate, Boko Haram And Coverup…

En Garde In The Bunker

En Garde In The Bunker

Place your bets ladies and gentlemen .. Following the revelation from Lt. Col. Allen West yesterday on the unfolding truth of Benghazigate, here’s the kind of in-depth investigative reportage that used to be produced for home consumption by those panty-waisted-Metro-Girly-men who sit in front of Barney-Carney-Circus-Clown and his lying lips every day. Now We The People must depend on patriots embedded in Britain to unravel bowls of spaghetti like Benghazi, Arab Spring, Boko Haram, gun-running arms deals, mass kidnappings of Nigerian schoolgirls, and other nefarious Islamic Jihadist Muslim terrorism, all supported it would increasingly seem, by cooperation between the White House, 10 Downing Street, and undercover operations to further the cause of the Muslim Brotherhood and others all around the planet – especially in Europe and Africa; Obot the fraud and Cameron the chameleon would appear to be joined at the hip in terms of political ideology; especially concerning Benghazigate.

Brendan O’Neill is one of the few journalists who have actually done their research investigating the strength of Boko Haram growing ever since NATO/The West invaded Libya. This is why the West is so involved in ‘helping’ Nigeria because deep down they caused this. They made those Islamic Jihadist Muslim Terrorists grow stronger, they compromised the security and safety of Africans for their love of oil, and ever since they invaded Libya the whole of the African Sahara Sahel region has become one big mess. In answer to the infamous outburst of an aging and recently-concussed Mrs. Billary Clinton showing off her heavily-framed spectacles “what difference at this point does it make” actually makes a LOT of difference. Which is why the Democrats through Reid, Pelosi, Hagel, Kerry and the rest of The Mob, including the mobster-in-chief, have been running around helter-skelter to quash the Trey Gowdy upcoming investigation. There’s more to this than meets the eye, and Brendan O’Neill has the first eye-ful right here in his piece from last week. Benghazigate has a lot of leads breaking lately…

Stay tuned .. the revelation yesterday from Lt. Col. Allen West will gather steam as Trey Gowdy plans his strategy. The
T R U T H  finally will out.

In the meantime on to Brendan O’Neill’s piece …

Brendan O'Neill, Editor..

Brendan O’Neill, Editor..

Reading the media coverage of Boko Haram since the Chibok girls were kidnapped on 15 April, you could be forgiven for thinking that this eccentric and extreme Islamist group exists in a bubble, cut off from the rest of the world, and even from the rest of Africa, in the jungles of Borno State in north-east Nigeria.

In truth, Boko Haram has numerous connections with other violent Islamist groups in West Africa, particularly in Mali and Niger. And far from being sealed off from global affairs, Boko Haram has found itself a beneficiary of the terrible fallout from the West’s attack on Libya in 2011. That fallout both created a new warzone, in Mali, in which Nigerian Islamists trained and fought, and it also leaked weapons across the increasingly failed-state territories of West Africa, some of which have ended up in the hands of Boko Haram – allowing it to learn, in the words of one expert, ‘new methods of fighting’.

Among the iPad imperialists who demanded and then cheered the West’s assault on Libya and its ousting of Colonel Gaddafi in 2011, there is a palpable reluctance to mention the L-word these days. None of them seems keen to talk about what has happened in Libya itself or in its neighbouring nations over the past three years.

In fact, such is the allergy to analysis among these crusaders against evil in Libya that according to friends of David Cameron the PM continues to look upon Libya as his ‘happy place’, the place where, ‘when times are tough and backbenchers uppity’, his mind wanders and he thinks to himself: ‘Well, at last we done good there.’ Nothing could be further from the truth.

In Libya itself there is violent turmoil, the country splitting into a patchwork of profoundly opposed tribal territories. And around Libya there is war, the ultimate bloody byproduct of the West’s thoughtless unravelling of the political systems that cohered large swathes of northern Africa for a long period of time.

The greatest victim of the West’s war in Libya has been Mali. It is striking that in 2011, the then government of Mali, alongside the government of Algeria, was implacably opposed to the international bombing campaign against Libya. It argued that such a violent upheaval in a region like north Africa could have potentially catastrophic consequences. The fallout from the bombing is ‘a real source of concern’, said the rulers of Mali in October 2011.

In fact, as the BBC reported, they had been arguing since ‘the start of the conflict in Libya’ – that is, since the civil conflict between Benghazi-based militants and Gaddafi began – that ‘the fall of Gaddafi would have a destabilising effect in the region’.