Oil-Hungry Neocolonialism Rampant in Africa: The U.S. (Via its Proxy) Grabs Half of North Sudan’s Oil: Battle over Africa’s oil could inflame entire continent

By Asad Ismi Continuing its oil-grabbing invasions, which include those of Iraq, Libya and Somalia, the United States recently deployed South Sudan, its newly-created proxy nation, to seize control of North Sudan’s oil. On April 9, South Sudan invaded and captured the oil town of Heglig in North Sudan. The area around Heglig contains about […]

A U.S.-Made Catastrophe: Most of the Blame for the Crisis in Somalia Goes to the U.S.: U.S. Deploys Military Might in Effort to Control Africa’s Oil

By Asad Ismi The worst humanitarian catastrophe in the world is unfolding in the Horn of Africa, which includes Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Djibouti. This region has been ravaged by the most severe drought in 60 years, affecting 13 million people, those in Somalia suffering the worst impact. According to the United Nations, Somalia […]