Monday, April 11, 2011

The Ivory Coast: The West Fights A War For Muslim Jihad

The latest manifestation of dhimmitude and the so-called International community's use of humanitarian NewSpeak to promote it is occurring in the Ivory Coast, a small nation in West Africa.

There's a civil war in the Ivory Coast between Muslims and Christians, and the UN, most notably France, is using its armed forces to back the Muslim jihad and ensure that the Ivory Coast becomes part of Dar Islam.

After independence in 1960, the Ivory Coast, a former French colony, was considered one of Africa's success stories. The country is the largest cocoa producer in the world, received a decent amount of foreign aid from France and the UN and was relatively prosperous.

Unfortunately, that prosperity attracted huge amounts of Muslim migrants, mostly from Mali, Niger and Borkina Faso.In 1957, Muslims barely made up 20 percent of the country. By the 90's, they were close to 50% of the population.

That division led to a civil war in 2002-2003 between Christians and Muslims that ended with a peace agreement and an election in 2007, when Laurent Gbagbo, a Christian,became president with 46% of the vote.

The latest election, between Gbagbo and Muslim Alassane Ouattarra ended up disputed. Under Ivory Coast law, both the president and his parents have to be native born. Alassane Ouattarra was born in the Ivory Coast, but his father wasn't which legally disqualified him from holding office. He ran for office anyway despite a Supreme Court ruling barring him.

Large numbers of Muslim immigrants who were not legally qualified to vote backed Ouattarra, and he 'won' the election. The invalid votes were thrown out by the constitutional council, which determined that there was sufficient evidence of vote-rigging in the northern part of the country controlled by Islamists to call the election for Gbagbo, the incumbent president. But the UN 'certified' Ouattarra's election anyway,( with Susan Rice, Obama's UN Ambassador playing a prominent role), allowed Ouattarra to appoint ambassadors and a new constitutional council loyal to him. And they began putting pressure and economic sanctions on the Ivory Coast and Gbagbo to knuckle under, as Muslims in the north began rioting and the civil war restarted.

Of course, when you delve a little deeper, you find out that there are significant financial incentives for the French and certain other nations to turn power over to Ouattarra and the Muslims.

When Gbagbo refused to bow and it became obvious that the Muslim rebels could never take the country by themselves, the UN intervened militarily on the side of Ouattarra based on some dubious claims of atrocities committed by Gbagbo's forces made by the Muslims that are still being 'investigated' by the ICC.

On the other hand, we know for certain Ouattara's forces massacred a 1,000 Christians with no condemnation whatsoever. All under the auspices of the UN.

Let's be clear...Gbagbo is no saint, but he is the democratically elected president according to his country's laws. And even more important, he's not attempting to make the Ivory Coast into another Darfur in the name of Islam.

The end game in the jihad appears to have occurred today, when French forces captured Gbagbo, along with his wife and son - and turned them over as prisoners to Ouattarra's forces.

As an interesting coincidence, the push by the UN and the 'arrest' of Gbagbo occurred just as US Senator James Inhofe was starting to ask some embarrassing questions about the Ivory Coast and calling for hearings.

There is a de facto civil war in Africa all along what has aptly been termed Islam's bloody borders. Making all of Africa part of Dar Islam is part of the Islamist agenda, and a takeover of the Ivory Coast is a significant coup for them.

It's also yet another dangerous manifestation of the UN's selective application of the 'Responsibility to protect' doctrine ( R2P) .

Apparently some animals are more equal than others more worthy of 'protection, and democracy is what you want it to be when it comes to the UN.

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louielouie said...

He ran for office anyway despite a Supreme Court ruling barring him.

what they should have done is what the US supreme court did and declare no one has standing.
this whole narrative does sound a little like a hussein part deux.

AW said...

I never heard anything about this. Great article.