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Kuno hat geschrieben:Bodenschaetze hat es ja in den Gebieten, die die Tuareg besiedeln. Aber die muessen gehoben und aus dem Land gebracht werden.
Bodensee hat geschrieben:... den christlichen Füdlibürgern in der angeblich ziviliserten Welt wird vorgeflunkert, wie böswillig die Herren der Wüste doch sind und wie extrem vom Islam geprägt.
Wer profitiert von den Bodenschätzen? Einige westliche Industrieunternehmen (Öl, Uran, u.ä.) oder aus Fernost der Staat China.
Wolfgang K hat geschrieben:Die Abnehmer „profitieren“ nicht monetär sondern halten ihre Wirtschaft durch die Versorgung mit notwendigen Rohstoffen am laufen. Hier geht es geostrategisch nicht primär um Profit (vor dem Export), sondern um Versorgungssicherheit. Von Rohstoffen profitieren (im Sinne Geld verdienen) ganz wesentlich die Länder, welche auf den Rohstoffen sitzen.
There are several reasons why that taint is wholly unjustified. The first is that since the inception of the MNA and MNLA movements, one of their loudest, most cherished and oft repeated aims is to rid their homeland of AQIM, an organisation which they consider to be one of Mali’s most effective weapons in its fight against their cause. “AQIM was parachuted in and installed in our territory by the Malian government,” declares Hama Ag Sid’Ahmed, with total conviction. “It was the initiative of certain drugs barons, who are advisors to the President, in the shadows of the Koulouba Palace [The Presidential palace in Bamako]. They brought them into the Timbuktu region and then to Kidal. In return for the release of the 32 hostages in 2003, a pact of non-aggression was signed between Bamako and Al Qaeda, who then progressively occupied this territory. Those contacts became permanent and it’s clear that since then all the operations led by the terrorist groups have originated in Mali, and the terrorist have always fallen back to Mali. It’s their safe haven. Everyone knows that the terrorists are in communication with military leaders, and that politicians from Bamako meet the terrorist emirs quite regularly.”
A senior Malian politician once had the temerity to declare in a private meeting at the US Embassy in Bamako that the presence of AQIM in the north east of the country was a good thing, as long as it meant that the Tuareg rebel movement wasted its resources and time trying to combat it. At another meeting, the new Algerian ambassador informed his US counterpart that he suspected collusion between Mali and the terrorists. He cited the then recent case of a joint Algerian-Malian operation to attack an AQIM base that had failed because the AQIM katiba in question had been tipped off in advance. All these frankly startling revelations are contained in the US Embassy cables leaked by Bradley Manning and Wikileaks. In fact, there is no better way to understand what really went on in the northern deserts of Mali between 2006 and early 2010 than to read those US Embassy cables. The level of intelligence, analysis and research contained in them is often of the highest order. And yes, they do reveal that the US Embassy has also suspected Mali of at best tolerating and at worst colluding with AQIM at one time or another.
Der libysche Diktator Gaddafi ist tot, aber die Folgen seiner Kriege zerrütten die Region. In Mali liefern sich Regierungstruppen schwere Gefechte mit Tuareg-Rebellen - und gefährden die Stabilität des Landes.
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