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37b74d  No.12689771

This kind of stuff is so conveniently hidden away by the mainstream press and the political class even though it's right there in our faces.

I find it particularly fascinating that what would have been in times past a closely guarded military secret is now completely open on Google Earth for all to see. Robert Steele's concept of Open Source Intel is a reality; we have as individuals intelligence materials equivalent to about 85% of what is available to the CIA or the FSB.

I had no idea about any of these bases and I try hard to keep up on this kind of stuff. It's sort of shocking that not only can you see that airport and its facilities but three of the Raytheon drones on deck as well.


>In Djibouti, there is Camp Lemonnier, the large US base from which the joint Horn-of-Africa Task Force has been operating since 2001, consisting of 4,000 specialists in highly secret missions, including assassinations targeted by commandos or drones. including killers in Yemen and Somalia. While planes and helicopters for special operations take off from Camp Lemonnier, the drones were concentrated at Chabelley airport, about ten kilometers from the capital. Other hangars are being built, the construction of which was entrusted by the Pentagon to a company in Catania already working on Sigonella, the main US and NATO drone base for operations in Africa. and the wider Middle East.

>In Djibouti, there is also a Japanese and a French base, which houses German and Spanish troops. A Chinese military base was added in 2017, the only one outside its national territory. While having a fundamental logistical objective, such as the accommodation of the crews of military ships escorting merchant ships and supply warehouses, it represents a significant signal of the growing Chinese presence in Africa.

>Essentially economic presence, to which the United States and other Western powers oppose a growing military presence. Hence the intensification of operations led by AfriCom (United States Command for Africa), which has in Italy two important subordinate commands: the US Army Africa (US Army Africa), the barracks Ederle of Vicenza; the US Naval Forces Europe-Africa (US Naval Forces for Europe and Africa), whose headquarters are in the base of Capodichino in Naples, formed the warships of the Sixth Fleet based in Gaeta.


>There is no comprehensive count of civilian deaths because of the difficulty of confirming identities and allegiances of those killed. But in an examination of drone strikes this year alone, The Associated Press found that at least 30 of the dead likely did not belong to al-Qaida.

>That is around a third of all those killed in drone strikes so far in 2018.

>The Pentagon does not release its assessment of the death toll, but an independent database considered one of the most credible in tracking violence in Yemen counted 88 people — militants and non-militants — killed by drones this year.

>The AP count gives a glimpse, even if incomplete, into how often civilians are mistakenly hit by drone strikes, at a time when the Trump administration has dramatically ramped up the use of armed drones. It has carried out 176 strikes during its nearly two years in office, compared to the 154 strikes during the entire eight years of the Obama administration, according to a count by the AP and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.

>Yet the killing of a single man — Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, slain by Saudi operatives in his own country’s consulate — has raised more international uproar than any of those deaths in a war waged by a coalition led by Saudi Arabia and baked by the U.S.

>In comparison, the toll from U.S drones in Yemen runs in the hundreds, including both militants and civilians. Several databases are trying to track the deaths, with varying results. The Bureau for Investigative Journalism counted up to 1,020 killed by strikes from 2009 to 2016, under President Barack Obama, compared to up to 205 killed in 2017 and 2018. Another database, by the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project, counted 331 killed the past two years.

90b338  No.12689777

Those drones aren't launched from Africa.

67d001  No.12689990

shill your bullshit elsewhere jew.

37b74d  No.12690096


Jews are behind the attack on Yemen you booger eating mong.

1a6173  No.12690196

Eternal ZOGbots strike again. But i'm sure money is worth expanding jewish supremacy, right? They pay well, so it must be.

b197bd  No.12690214

What happens if the Houthis lose this war? Its been 4 years ffs, this is insane. Are there any good documentaries covering this conflict? It's funny how a war has been so ignored and covered up by the media. We still got 3 wars and a insurgency in the middle east.

37b74d  No.12690224

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> It's funny how a war has been so ignored and covered up by the media. We still got 3 wars and a insurgency in the middle east.

We have to be the investigative reporters, we have to be the journalists.

4aa9ad  No.12690229

China opened its first naval base on foreign land just miles from the American (also I believe Japanese, or some other naval base is there next to the American one) recently, ostensibly to protect its Indian Ocean trade.


Seconded, there are millions of white men in the world that are begging for accurate and truthful folkish media. The demand is there, and the supply is increasing accordingly. Fortune favors the prepared, don't be intimidated, because the Jews have no shame and they are not afraid to be audacious.

37b74d  No.12690241

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37b74d  No.12690261

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b197bd  No.12690269


Old news, just wait til you see Gwandar Pakistan and Sri Lanka

6cbc8e  No.12690275


>This kind of stuff is so conveniently hidden away by the mainstream press and the political class even though it's right there in our faces.

You're supposed to focusing on two scoops, goyim!

b197bd  No.12690283

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Current situation in Yemeni war

>The Saudi-led coalition has assassinated Major General Ibrahim Ali al-Shami, a former commander of the pro-Houthis Yemeni Air Force, in a special intelligence operation inside the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, the al-Arabiya TV reported on January 17 citing special sources.

According to the UAE-based TV channel, Maj. Gen. al-Shami occupied the 19th position on the Saudi-led coalition’s most wanted list, which includes the names of 40 pro-Houthis military and political figures. The list is headed by Houthis leader Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi.

>Contrary to al-Arabiya claims, al-Masirah TV said that Maj. Gen. al-Sham died of natural causes. The Yemeni TV channel even published a message of condolence that was sent by Mahdi al-Mashat, head of the Houthi-dominated Supreme Political Council, to al-Sham’s family."Late al-Shami was one of the military commanders who were known for their dedication to serve the homeland, he was an example of a successful military commander in carrying out all his tasks,” al-Mashat said in the message.

>Yemeni sources said that the Houthis placed al-Shami under house arrest for unknown reasons after removing him from his position few months ago. However, pro-Houthis sources deny these claims.

>During his service in the Yemeni Air Force, Maj. Gen. al-Shami planned and commanded several drone and missile attacks on the Saudi-led coalition. This makes his death a major lose for the Houthis, whether he was assassinated by the coalition or not.

b197bd  No.12690286

Also fyi China is pro Hadi (Sunni), they also utilize the port of Aden. Although the extent of their influence idk.


b197bd  No.12690307

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The port of Djibouti is part of the string of pearls plan, which in itself is part of the one belt one road initiative. OBOR is linked to Chinese debt trapping schemes that have fucked over various countries



The Chinese are going in for the long haul, it will take decades for their plans to complete but they've made a lot of progress. And they do it intentionally as slowly as possible, so that the western power blocs are not under immediate threat. Be weary of the Chinks as they expand in Europe though..


37b74d  No.12690318

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>Old news, just wait til you see Gwandar Pakistan


37b74d  No.12690345

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