Africa genocide but U.S. doesn’t care

A peace deal has just been signed in one of the most brutal, longest rebellions that has not been well-publicized. NPR covers the peace deal on a December 30th airing of Morning Edition.

The Movement of Democratic Forces in the Casamance has been waging a bloody independence campaign against the Central Government in Dakar since 1982.


Personal note: Interestingly enough, the U.S. never REALLY cared about people. If they did, they would have stopped the “genocide” there. But why would the U.S. care about poor people? There’s nothing to gain. That was from the interview itself and boy is it true.

  • Anna

    Oh FUNNY. And then if the US went into Africa to stop this genocide guess what would happen? Everyone would be mad at the US once again for “interfering” like we did in Iraq. So yea lets just blame the US for being involved in Iraq and also blame them from not interfereing with the genocide……Makes TONs of sense. fool.

  • Anna

    Oh FUNNY. And then if the US went into Africa to stop this genocide guess what would happen? Everyone would be mad at the US once again for “interfering” like we did in Iraq. So yea lets just blame the US for being involved in Iraq and also blame them from not interfereing with the genocide……Makes TONs of sense. fool.