A Warning for America
Foreword by Gen. A.C. Zinni, USMC (Ret.)
Afrique is mostly about helping the 54 countries in Africa, but it could also save America. Her current deluge of internal problems cannot have been totally self-inflicted, yet many still believe: (1) al-Qaeda and ISIS are her only foes; (2) her intelligence agencies see every threat coming; and (3) her military is the best in the world at all things. What has really been happening inside the U.S. will only become apparent though a detailed look at the extent of foreign subversion in Africa. Not only have Muslim expansionists been successful there, but also those from the People's Republic of China (PRC). After detailing their progress, Afrique talks about how the U.S. military could more effectively reverse it. Then, it briefly addresses similar incursions on U.S. soil.
Heavily illustrated and footnoted, this book contains a spellbinding account of how China has come to economically and then politically dominate much of the Dark Continent. But, not all of this PRC influence has been peaceful. Within the eastern border of the Chinese-supported Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the genocide against Tutsis from 1994 Rwanda is still going on. Between 1998 and 2008, some 5.4 million DRC citizens lost their lives to "inter-factional fighting." Since 2009 within the DRC's northeastern quadrant alone, an additional 45,000 human beings have expired every month from unnatural causes. U.S. administrations have done far too little to stop this senseless slaughter, and the downward spiral in Africa as a whole. A more realistic approach to Africa could only result in more U.S. security.
About the Author
H. John Poole: "Last Hundred Yards" author