West Africa – Mali French Military Intervention is Illegal Invasion of Sovereign Nation

January 11, 2013

By Padmini Arhant

France declaration on military intervention in Mali is illegal invasion and occupation in defiance of Malian population unanimous rejection to any foreign or regional troops deployment.

Mali citizens across the nation staged a peaceful protest with a banner that read loud and clear – “NO TO CONFISCATION OF MALI SOVEREIGNTY.”

The hegemony sponsored militancy with weapons delivery from Libya pre-arranged for this opportunity is yet another western manufactured crises to reestablish colonialism.

UNSC having no credibility whatsoever specifically used for authorizing military aggression and economic sanctions against target nations deserves world condemnation.

UNSC hierarchy not necessarily reflective of international perspectives and consent increasingly used as political avenue evading respective congressional or parliamentary approval more appropriately public dissent on military involvement anywhere in the world.

Furthermore, abandonment of UNSC and endorsement of Non Aligned Movement provided NAM current approach demonstrating fairness and objectivity maintained with recommendation to pursue peace and diplomacy to resolve issues while military option disavowed is the only hope for global security and defending national sovereignty.

UNSC resolution passed in December 2012 under false pretext to resolve Mali sovereign matter is replicating Syria, Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan resulting in loss of innocent lives and massive destruction.

Proceeding with imperialistic agenda is precipitating imminent collapse of globalist empire beginning with participants’ economy declining to banana republic status.

More details on this development will follow in due course.

Thank you for your patience.

Padmini Arhant


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