This photo of a French Foreign Legion soldier, part of the invasion of Mali, shows the real face of that war.
That war is not “against Al Qaeda terrorism” (supported by the French government in Libya, and still in Syria). It is not for women’s rights, human rights or secularism.
It is in support of a military dictatorship.
It brings death, mainly to Malian civilians.
By Ernst Wolff:
24 January 2013
Only thirteen days after starting a war in Mali, France is massively escalating its troop presence there, even as reports emerge of escalating ethnic killings by French-backed Malian troops.
On Tuesday the Malian regime extended the state of emergency declared on January 11 for three months. At the same time, French and Malian troops set up positions in central Mali around the strategic airfield at Sévaré.
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