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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has suggested the creation of a peacekeeping force in Mali that would include West African troops already operating in the country. He also said that a “parallel force” must be built to confront Islamist threats.
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Fance owes Germany a bunch of gold(France doesn't have it).
So thankful for the French taking a stand and putting their own country at risk to help Mali.
This just proves the French only protested the US to look nice and because Iraq owed France money
Jct: How unexpected, the invaders who were just visiting have now decided to stay.
Germany want its gold returned from France, UK, US.
next all three are in Mali looting its gold
Good job, France. Without French intervention the radical, crazed jihadists would have overrun Mali.
France is going to implode financially. It can not sustain
military aggression on Mali forever
Well then the extreme right wing should in in Hollandes country of origin & behave the same.
Meanwhile, Germany is laughing all the way to the bank.
France is starting to immitate the USA with it's countless bases all over the world.
That was the plan all along, to reclaim their lost colony and loot and pillage the place as the West seems bent on doing world wide.
They need to kick the sorry Panzy French OUT once and for all!
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