EDITOR’S NOTE:  A particular form of “Divine Punishment” took place in Niger just yesterday, when the “specialist” in regime change, Victoria Nuland, was shown the door and was not allowed to play her usual political games…  As her “pet project” in Kiev is faced with an abrupt and disastrous end, the people of Africa are rising up against the neo-colonialists and the globalists and, unbelievably, are loudly calling for Russia to help them!! “Vive la Russie!” was one of the main themes of various demonstrations in Central Africa, as you can see in our main photo… The Africans are 100% right to kick out the French and the rest of the West: the Western companies are paying just a meager 5% to the poor countries as they take their wealth in uranium, gold, and the rest of their minerals… In any normal situation, they should pay at least 40-50%.  Meanwhile, Russia has promised $50 million of free grain shipments to Africa as a start, while the Wagner group has long established itself in the region. 

In addition, more questions concern us, especially the ill-guided Constantinople Patriarchate: They chose to play the globalist game giving autocephaly to Ukraine and blaming Russia.  Now, just a few years later, not only Ukraine is lost, not only Africa is just a step away from being partially lost (despite the huge capital and missionary work for centuries by Greek Orthodoxy), but the primary danger is that they will soon face the threat of being kicked out of Constantinople…  The catastrophic tenure of the most heretic Patriarch in history, Bartholomew, is ending…


African peoples hope Russia will help them against Neo-colonialism and Imperialism

Jul 28, 2023

Supporters of the Niger waved Russian flags and chanted anti-French slogans, echoing a growing wave of resentment towards former colonial power France and its influence in the Sahel region. Niger gained independence from France in 1960. The coup was started out by the presidential guard, which is drawn from the armed forces and usually protects the president and his entourage, is headed by General Omar Tchiani. Watch the video for more.


Victoria Nuland Meets With Niger Junta Leaders

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Acting Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland traveled to Niger’s capital Niamey on Monday and held what she described as “difficult” talks with members of the junta that ousted Nigerien President Mohamed Bazoum in a July 26 coup.

“Traveled to Niamey to express grave concern at the undemocratic attempts to seize power and urged a return to constitutional order,” Nuland wrote on X, formally known as Twitter.

Nuland spoke with reporters on the phone after her talks and said the “conversations were extremely frank and at times quite difficult because, again, we were pushing for a negotiated solution.” She said the coup leaders are “quite firm in their view on how they want to proceed, and it does not comport with the constitution of Niger.”

Nuland said she met with Moussa Salaou Barmou, who has declared himself Niger’s defense chief, and three other colonels. Journalist Nick Turse reported for The Intercept that Barmou had previously received military training from the US, something Nuland mentioned in the call with reporters.

“General Barmou, former Colonel Barmou, is somebody who has worked very closely with US Special Forces over many, many years,” she said. “So we were able to go through in considerable detail the risks to aspects of our cooperation that he has historically cared about a lot. So we are hopeful that that will sink in.”

The Biden administration has said it paused assistance to Niger but has not officially declared the situation a coup since that would require cutting off all aid. The US has been cooperating militarily with Niger for many years and has about 1,100 troops in the country, along with a major drone base.

The US has backed threats of military intervention to reinstate Bazoum made by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which is holding a second emergency summit on the coup this Thursday. Nuland did not mention potential military intervention in the call with reporters and was not asked about the possibility. She said the US hoped the junta would keep “the door open to diplomacy” but sounded doubtful that they would.

Nuland said she spoke with Bazoum by phone but was denied a meeting with the ousted leader, who is being held under house arrest. She was also denied a meeting with Niger’s declared leader, Gen. Abdourahmane Tiani. “So we were left to have to depend on Mr. Barmou to make clear, again, what is at stake,” she said.

Nuland said she also warned the junta against cooperation with Wagner, the Russian mercenary force. “I raised Wagner and its threat to those countries where it is present, reminding them that security gets worse, that human rights get worse when Wagner enters. I would not say that we learned much more about their thinking on that front,” she said.



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