Mali, Al Qaeda & The Rothschilds

Around the World Trip 2009 312In January 2013 the Rothschild-led City of London Illuminati banksters launched a grab for yet more global resources – this time in the north African country of Mali.

In February Tuareg rebels based in northern Mali – with help from al Qaeda remnants trained and armed by Rothschild intelligence agencies MI6 and Mossad to overthrow the neighboring Qaddafi government in Libya – attacked government troops in the Algerian border town of Tinzaouaten.

Secular Tuareg tribal people – represented by the Azawad National Liberation Movement – have for decades demanded greater autonomy from the central government in Bamako. Yet they have always been content to remain in their northern Mali homeland.

But Libyan al Qaeda in the Maghreb forces calling themselves Ansar Dine called for the imposition of Islamic law in northern Mali, then mysteriously attacked to the south. Why, if they were attempting to turn northern Mali into an al Qaeda safe-haven (as the “official” story goes), would they attack the central government in Mali and blow their cover?

These Islamists, who were also responsible – with help from the UAE – for the attack on the US embassy in Bengazi which killed US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others, fit the age-old pattern of M16/Mossad destabilization on behalf of the Rothschild-led City of London resource vampires.

While speaking earlier that week at the Ralph Bunche Center, the head of AFRICOM – General Ham – admitted that the US had trained many of the Mali rebels involved in the 2012 coup, including its leader Captain Amadou Sanogo. (

On April 8th, 2012 twice democratically-elected President Amadou Toumani Toure was forced to step down, just prior to scheduled Presidential elections in which he was not eligible to run. Interestingly, all other potential winners in this election were against any foreign intervention in Mali to “put down” the “al Qaeda” rebellion.

Despite the anti-intervention mood of the people of Mali, soon there were cries from ECOWAS and the UN Security Council for the need to insert foreign troops into Mali. On January 11th the French former colonial masters did just that.

So why did the French intervene in Mali, but not in the Central African Republic, whose government had also been attacked by rebels?

The real reason for the al Qaeda provocation which “required” foreign intervention may lie in the rich mineral resources recently discovered beneath Mali’s soil. Already Africa’s third largest gold producer, Mali is also rich in diamonds, uranium, iron ore, manganese, bauxite, lithium, phosphate, lignite, copper, gypsum and marble.

Oil exploration has recently increased in Mali and the nation has the potential to become a major transportation route between sub-Saharan Africa and Europe. This was yet another Rothschild resource grab – this time mostly paid for by generous middle-class French taxpayers

Border bombings, escalations and other threats aside, it’s time the flush the Israeli/GCC terrorists out of the briars and follow the stench all the way up the food chain to the inbred Rothschild scum that runs these provocateurs.

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries,Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix & The Federal Reserve Cartel.  You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column


4 responses to “Mali, Al Qaeda & The Rothschilds

  1. Studying the ‘world views’ of the powers that be is a bit like studying flies on shite. A curiousity for a moment in time, but the job stinks and there’s no future in it. These are the REAL signs of the times, including real and meaningful information on how to avoid becoming part of their ‘train wreck.’…

    Good Journies

  2. activistposter

    Reblogged this on ActivistPoster.

  3. It might be that the French Rothschilds already control former french/ african colonies with their Banque de France stranglehold on the CFA currencies and through mine ownerships. The nomad Tuareg have always been free to roam through their territories, crossing national borders of Mauretania, Mali, Niger. It might be the Arab Tuarag who kind of look down on black people; kidnapping some as slaves for salt gathering in the desert. It is the Mali government cracking down on this practice that maybe the Tuareg still do not like.

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