Friday, June 15, 2012

Zioconned U.S.A. ramps up for criminal, illegal and cowardly drone wars....

June , 2012 -- Zioconned U.S.A. ramps up for criminal, illegal and cowardly drone and other wars and continued war crimes and Zioconned assassinations....


As the Zioconned U.S. military ramps up for drone wars in Central and South America, Africa, and right here at home in the United States, an Air Force presentation at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association conference in Boston in June 2011 is instructive. A map was shown of all the then-U.S. remotely-piloted aircraft facilities maintained by the Zioconned Pentagon in the Zioconned United States....

Soon, maps of Latin America and Africa may be as dotted with drone bases as the U.S. map. The Zioconned Washington Post has reported the presence of Zioconned U.S. drone bases in a number of African locations and the list is growing. Drones and other surveillance aircraft are being flown by the U.S. Africa Command out of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso (classified Operation Creek Sand with a regional intelligence fusion center called Aztec Archer); Oso, Central African Republic; Bassiknou, Mauritania; Entebbe, Uganda; Victoria, Seychelles; Sao Tome; Sao Tome and Principe; Bujumbura, Burundi; Dakar, Senegal; Manda Bay, Kenya; Camp Lemmonier, Djibouti; Tamanrasset, Algeria; Tan Tan, Morocco; Nzara, South Sudan; and Arba Minch, Ethiopia.

The Zioconned U.S. has either sought base rights in Niger, Ghana, Libya, Mozambique, Madagascar, and Cameroon. Liberia invited AFRICOM to establish its headquarters in that country.

In Latin America, the Zioconned U.S. Southern Command, based in Miami, plans to use surplus drones from Afghanistan throughout the region. The Obama administration has cncluded agreements to establish new U.S. military bases in Colombia, Argentina (at Resistencia in the Chaco region), and Chile (at Fort Aguayo in Concon near the port of Valparaiso).

Zioconned U.S. bases currently exist in El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Guatemala, Peru, Bahamas, Aruba, Curacao, and at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa expelled the U.S. from its base at Manta on the Pacific coast.

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