Africa is about to explode.
And unfortunately Americans will be caught in the crosshairs.
And Joe Biden’s latest foreign policy blunder just put the U.S. on the path to an all out war in Africa.
Africa in turmoil?
Military conflict in Africa isn’t anything new.
Dating back to colonial times, there have been constant wars and militia units who have attacked their neighboring villages and nations, throughout the African continent.
But the one thing that’s different this time is the fact that President Joe Biden, whose regime has repeatedly produced foreign policy failures, is the Commander-In-Chief.
Just look at what Biden did with his failed Afghanistan withdrawal.
America spent decades, trillions of taxpayer dollars, and thousands of lives, in the Middle Eastern nation only to have it collapse, and fall into Al Qaeda’s hands immediately after he pulled out U.S. troops.
Meanwhile, while his embrace of environmental extremism has skyrocketed gas prices, the issue has been made worse for working class Americans thanks to President Biden’s ongoing proxy war against Russia in Ukraine.
Energy commodity. Crude oil prices headed for a sixth straight weekly gain, after OPEC+ extended production cuts into next month. Currently #WTI at $81.90 +0.43%, one month +14.03% and #Brent $85.69 +0.65%, one month +12.19%. pic.twitter.com/E0N9kRbDHe
— Arthur Benta (@ArthurBenta) August 4, 2023
Now, Biden’s latest foreign policy has the U.S. on the verge of all-out war in Africa.
Is Niger Afghanistan 2.0?
Niger usually doesn’t make the news, but lately the west African nation has been on the top of mind of foreign affairs departments around the world as they are in the middle of a military coup.
Nigerian President Mohamed Bazoum has been kicked out of office, and is being held under house arrest by the national military.
And because of this, other west African nations, known as the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), are demanding the reinstatement of President Bazoum, or else there will be a multi-nation war.
Now, the odds of a large-scale war breaking out in Niger have increased after the Nigerian military refused to meet leaders of the ECOWAS.
Most European nations have taken these warnings seriously, as they have evacuated more of their personnel, including some military assets.
The United States of America threatens to withhold aid to Niger due to the military takeover, coup d'état.
Niger Military says they should keep their aid and give it to their millions of Homeless people in the United States of America. Charity begins at home pic.twitter.com/2M9m3pkVVn
— Africa Archives ™ (@Africa_Archives) July 29, 2023
But not the United States.
President Biden has only advised some Americans to leave Niger, but has refused to move a thousand American service men and women, who are sitting right in the middle of a pending war.
What could possibly go wrong with an entire U.S. military unit stuck in Niger in the middle of a war, and surrounded by terrorist groups, who want nothing more than to kill Americans?
Put simply, the Biden regime is merely employing the same failed logic they used in the Afghanistan withdrawal.
Only this time, it looks like Joe Biden’s foreign policy failures are going to put the U.S. military in the middle of yet another war on yet another continent.