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US Horn of Africa Policy at odds with the Declaration of Independence
Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis
October 24, 2007
The American people, a large number of US legislators, and many political and Human Rights activists are totally unaware of the vast, detrimental consequences that the current US Horn of Africa policy will have on America’s future.
However, this has to become a major concern for many Americans who envision America’s role as that of the World’s Vicar of the Ideals and the Principles of the Founding Fathers.
Certainly there are many Americans who, after the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement of the 60s, and the dramatic experience of Martin Luther King’s assassination, do not want to see America involved in any way in a cooperation and alliance with a severely racist, anti-Black, tyrannical regime.
However, the lack of vision, perception, experience, and knowledge that have characterized the present Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Jendayi E. Frazer created another American disaster in the Horn of Africa region, while at the same time driving the country to direct breach of the basic notions of the Declaration of Independence.
Jendayi Fraser’s definition of the US interests in Somalia
In her testimony to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Africa and Global Health Subcommittee Hearing “ Ethiopia and the State of Democracy: Effects on Human Rights and Humanitarian Conditions in the Ogaden and Somalia” ( Rayburn House Office Building 2172) on October 2, 2007, Ms. Fraser stated in her introduction the following:
“ U.S. interests in the Horn of Africa are to promote and support regional stability and effective governance, eliminate any platform for al-Qaida or other terrorist operations, respond to humanitarian needs, strengthen democratic institutions, promote respect for human rights, and collaborate with governments to transform their countries by investing in people and creating the conditions for sustained economic growth”.
This is absolutely mendacious, and if Assistant Secretary Frazer has lost every possibility of correctly interpreting events, attempts, practices and commitments, then certainly she is not apt to the tasks she has been entrusted.
If the US wanted to “promote and support regional stability and effective governance”, the State Department would have to prepare a plan including the following:
1. Isolate the tyrannical, racist and Neo-Nazi rulers of Abyssinia – fallaciously and criminally re-baptized ‘ Ethiopia’, who have diachronically been repudiated by all the Somalis, as they have persistently worked against the Somali nation on a basis of racism and rancor.
2. Denounce and demand the dismantling of the most unrepresentative “Transitional Federal Government” (TFG) of Somalia.
3. Convoke representatives of all political parties and formations from Somaliland, Puntland, Maakhir (recently seceded from Puntland), and the Somali South in a Pan-Somali National Constitutional Conference to be held in Washington D.C.
4. Demand a Pacification Agreement to be signed by all, extensive disarmament, preparation of Constitutional Elections (guaranteed by UN soldiers and monitored by a special committee), and formation of a National Unity Government tasked to draft a new Constitution.
5. Enforce a pan-Somali agreement on a law prohibiting any contact between any Somali authority and every representative of the racist state of Abyssinia.
6. Ensure an AU – UN force to be deployed and tasked with border security issues, mainly the Ethiopian border impenetrability and impermeability.
Elimination of any platform for al-Qaida
If the US desired to “eliminate any platform for al-Qaida or other terrorist operations”, the State Department would have to avert first the presence of Somalia’s unholy enemy on Somali territory. The Abyssinian occupation of Ogaden and the Abyssinian interference in Somaliland and Puntland triggered both, the radicalization of some Somalis, and their cooperation with Al Qaeda.
There has never been a US failure in Africa greater than the alignment with the Abyssinian, Amhara and Tigray, elite of the racist tyranny ‘ Ethiopia”.
Response to humanitarian needs
If the US truly wished to “respond to humanitarian needs”, the State Department would have do its best to avoid the recent clashes between the illegitimate secessionist governments of Somaliland and Puntland that proliferate the humanitarian needs in the Somali Northeast.
Strengthening Somalia’s democratic institutions
If the US truly aspired to “strengthen democratic institutions” in Somalia, certainly the State Department would have to isolate Africa’s most voracious hyena, the tyrannical Abyssinian regime of Meles Zenawi, which comes at the end of a long series of disreputably inhuman, criminal and barbaric regimes that have been responsible for genocidal acts uninterruptedly perpetrated against more than 10 different African nations for more than a century.
Promoting respect for human rights
If the US truly sought to “promote respect for human rights” in Somalia, the State Department would have to thwart the presence of Abyssinian soldiers on Somali territory, because prior to the perpetration of inhuman deeds in Somalia, tyrant Zenawi’s Abyssinian soldiers had been well known for crimes committed against the Oromos, the Ogadenis, the Sidamas, the Anuak, the Agaw, the Afars, the Kaffas, the Shekachos, the Wollayitas, and various other oppressed nations of the Abyssinian Hell.
How can soldiers - known for unique tribal hatred and mercilessness within their own country’s borders – be possibly expected to “promote respect for human rights” abroad?
If the US finally tried to “collaborate with governments to transform their countries by investing in people and creating the conditions for sustained economic growth”, we would have to conclude that the State Department failed to understand that the government of the pseudo-state of “ Ethiopia” is not one of the possible partners in the supposed project.
US – “ Ethiopia” alliance contradicting the Declaration of Independence
The shocking divergence between the US interests as described by Assistant Secretary Frazer and the US policy of alliance with Africa’s most appalling tyranny creates an incredible precedent of anti-constitutional US foreign policy practices that in and by itself consists in an alarming warning for the average US tax payer.
The legitimacy of this policy will therefore become the subject of a series of forthcoming articles that will shed light on the blatant rejection of the Ideals and the Principles entrenched in The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America.
In the Founding text of America’s Independence, it is stated – with regard to the King of England – that:
“He has abdicated Government here, by declaring us out of his Protection and waging War against us.
He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people.
He is at this time transporting large Armies of foreign Mercenaries to compleat the works of death, desolation, and tyranny, already begun with circumstances of Cruelty & Perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the Head of a civilized nation”.
Jendayi Fraser and her staff seem to forget that the monarchical – communist – pseudo-republican continuity of the Abyssinian tyranny has acted worse than the negatively depicted King of England, and that consequently, any alliance with the inhuman and racist state of ‘Ethiopia’ consists in full proof of rejection of the principles and the ideals ingrained within The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America.
1774 America and 2007 Somalia: Two Nations with Identical Interests
Similarly with George III of England, Menelik and Haile Selassie of Abyssinia abdicated governments in Oromia, Sidama Land, and Kaffa Land, and waged wars against the aforementioned nations and many others, notably the Ogadenis, the Afars, the Anuaks, etc.
Similarly with George III of England, Haile Selassie, Mengistu and Meles Zenawi plundered the lands and the seas, ravaged the plains, the plateaus and the coasts, burnt the villages and the towns, and destroyed the lives of a great number of previously independent nations, namely the Oromos, the Ogadenis, the Sidamas, the Anuak, the Agaw, the Afars, the Kaffas, the Shekachos, the Wolayitas, and various others.
Similarly with George III of England, Meles Zenawi “is at this time transporting large Armies of foreign Mercenaries to compleat the works of death, desolation, and tyranny” in Ogaden, Somalia, Biyya Oromo, Afar Land, and Sidama Land whereby Zenawi’s Amhara and Tigray tribal soldiers and racist mercenaries are absolutely alien.
When finally it comes to Cruelty & Perfidy, we have to take into account all the racist deeds, discourses and expressions initiated by the cruel and perfidious Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians.
It would take an entire encyclopedia to write down the outstanding performance of the Abyssinian Racism.
Suffice it to search in Google for the Amhara inspiration shameful term Zoomalia (http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&q=Zoomalia), and we understand what the epitome of racism is.
Then, as our days are a turning point of the World History, the US legislators and administration should dissociate themselves from the Abyssinian racist pestilence, and the UNESCO should deliberate on and draw a conclusion about the malignant phenomenon of the only Africans who do not take themselves as ‘Black’. The conclusion should be the following:
- If until now we were saying that the Amharas are Cruel and Perfidious, from now on we shall all assert that allover the world the Cruel and Perfidious are “Amharas”.
Picture: Amhara – Tigray Abyssinian ‘Humanism’ as expressed in Somalia
I want to express my deepest thanks to my Somali friends who risk their lives to send me these pictures – absolute evidence of the Inhuman Abyssinian identity.
Source: American Chronicle