Nikki Haley sheds crocodile tears in Congo

Last Thursday, Israeli poodle Nikki Haley, the US ambassador at United Nations was in the so-called “Democratic Republic of Congo” – also known as African Israel to meet country’s pro-Israel dictator Joseph Kabila, former chief of staff Congolese Army.

Haley tried to blackmail her host by demanding that Kabila holds general elections next year instead of in 2019 as he promised to the opposition parties. Kabila’s term expired in December 2016.

For every day which goes by without holding elections, a woman is raped, a child has an unwanted pregnancy, children are inducted by armed groups,” Haley said.

I wonder if Nikki Haley knows that in United States a woman is rapped every 90 seconds – and in her motherland India, a woman is rapped every 30 seconds. On October 25, 2017, a 17-year-old school-girl died of internal bleeding as result of gang-rape by three people including one minor in Nikki’s Indian Punjab province.

Contrary to that US and Israel has kept Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas in power even though his mandate ended in January 2009.

During her trip, Haley also visited Mungote Camp in Kitchanga housing hundreds of victims of Congolese civil war. As good actress she broke in tears (watch video below). DRC was Haley’s last stop which took her earlier to two other pro-Israel African countries, South Sudan and Ethiopia.

Nikki Haley was dispatched to the three African countries by Trump administration to put some mascara on the face of US imperialistic ambitions in Africa to exploit Africa’s remaining natural deposits (gold, diamond, uranium, oil, etc.) left behind by the former European colonists.

DRC, former Belgium colony, got its independence on June 30, 1960. Country’s first prime minister, Patrice Lumumba, anti-imperial socialist, was eliminated in a CIA-backed military coup in 1961.

There are over 15 million Muslims among country’s total population of 79 million. They have been target of government-backed ethnic-cleansing by Christian militias for decades.


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