Africa: The Forgotten Continent

by Ralph Morelli

In many ways, the continent of Africa as a whole, has slowly disappeared from the public’s eyes. Africa, with many resources, is prime real estate for the globalists. They have formed what is called the African Union.

According to the Council on Foreign Relations website:

The African Union (AU), formed in 2002 from the vestiges of the Organization for African Unity (OAU), aims to protect the security of the continent, rather than the sovereignty of individual states.”

The UN does not care about the countries of Africa; they are worried about the security of the continent, securing the natural resources for their own use and exploitation. For many years the United Nations have turned a blind eye to the violence and other atrocities, allowing the warlords full reign to rule their respective countries, while those same dictatorial governments murder, rape, plunder and pillage their own people. The UN, disguised as ‘humanitarian’ action or aid, can then swoop in and take control of the region or area. Famine, wars, corruption, and poverty blanket most of the entire continent.

There have been over 9 million refugees and internally displaced people from conflicts in Africa. Hundreds and thousands of people have been slaughtered from a number of conflicts and civil wars. If this scale of destruction and fighting was in Europe, then people would be calling it World War III with the entire world rushing to report, provide aid, mediate and otherwise try to diffuse the situation.


Jeffrey Gettleman of writes this about the wars in Africa:

There is a very simple reason why some of Africa’s bloodiest, most brutal wars never seem to end: They are not really wars. Not in the traditional sense, at least. The combatants don’t have much of an ideology; they don’t have clear goals. They couldn’t care less about taking over capitals or major cities — in fact, they prefer the deep bush, where it is far easier to commit crimes. Today’s rebels seem especially uninterested in winning converts, content instead to steal other people’s children, stick Kalashnikovs or axes in their hands, and make them do the killing. Look closely at some of the continent’s most intractable conflicts, from the rebel-laden creeks of the Niger Delta to the inferno in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and this is what you will find.

What we are seeing is the decline of the classic African liberation movement and the proliferation of something else — something wilder, messier, more violent, and harder to wrap our heads around. If you’d like to call this war, fine. But what is spreading across Africa like a viral pandemic is actually just opportunistic, heavily armed banditry. My job as the New York Times’ East Africa bureau chief is to cover news and feature stories in 12 countries. But most of my time is spent immersed in these un-wars.

Africa is the new playground for the globalists. There are many deposits of oil, water and precious minerals for the globalists to loot. The new commodity is water, found in aquifers in the northern part of the continent. Water is more precious than oil or gold, since whoever controls the aquifers, can control irrigation and the food supply, and with that, everything else. Africa, with its warring factions, would like to control these water resources, but the globalists also want to control them. If they control the water, they could essentially control the countries and possibly the whole continent. No water to drink or to grow crops leads to no food to consume or to use to feed livestock. There would be no commodities to sell, which in turn leaves no currency to purchase goods to survive. Water, not oil, is the new gold in Africa. The globalists want to control all oil fields but water is something that everyone and everything needs to live, grow, thrive and survive.

water in Africa

The IPCC document Climate Change Impacts: Securitization of Water, Food, Soil, Health, Energy and Migration basically explains how the UN plans to secure resources to use at their disposal. Through the International Monetary Fund, under-developed countries are forced to sell their resources to the globalists as “full cost recovery” to the global central bankers. Once those resources are under the control of the IMF they become assets to be given back to the enslaved nations for a price. The UN and the globalists’ goal: to control all of the natural resources of Africa so as to control the governments and its people.

The advent of the African Union (AU) can be described as an event of great magnitude in the institutional evolution of the continent. On 9.9.1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organisation of African Unity issued a Declaration (the Sirte Declaration) calling for the establishment of an African Union, with a view, inter alia, to accelerating the process of integration in the continent to enable it play its rightful role in the global economy while addressing multifaceted social, economic and political problems compounded as they are by certain negative aspects of globalisation.

The main objectives of the OAU were, inter alia, to rid the continent of the remaining vestiges of colonization and apartheid; to promote unity and solidarity among African States; to coordinate and intensify cooperation for development; to safeguard the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Member States and to promote international cooperation within the framework of the United Nations.

Indeed, as a continental organization the OAU provided an effective forum that enabled all Member States to adopt coordinated positions on matters of common concern to the continent in international fora and defend the interests of Africa effectively.

Through the OAU Coordinating Committee for the Liberation of Africa, the Continent worked and spoke as one with undivided determination in forging an international consensus in support of the liberation struggle and the fight against apartheid.

Presently, UN operations are now a part of a new modus operandi in Africa, one that secretly recognizes the limitations of African society, and while under a false flag of ‘humanitarian’ concern, ruthlessly exploit what the continent has to offer. To see what is happening, we need to understand Africa’s specific role in the greater global economic order. In fact, this also explains a lot about its history. In order to maximize economic efficiency in the last few decades, the world has seen a major separating-out of key economic functions, what this means is that Africa’s economic destiny is simply to be a raw material source—water, oil, gas, minerals, and a few tropical crops.

African Union aims to:
●Promote unity, peace among African nations
●Encourage democracy, good governance
●Foster sustainable growth

The African people don’t have the strength or the will power to fight off local and regional government corruption, along with battling the UN globalists. The peoples’ first and foremost concern is how they are going to receive their food, water and medical care. As long as corrupt leaders are still in power in the major economic nations of Africa, and the general public are purposefully kept uninformed or under-informed about the dire situation in Africa, it will be a very long time before change, for the better, will become a reality in Africa.