Source: All Africa
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Report gathered by this paper has revealed that Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s interest in hosting in Liberia a base for the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) appears to have had more to do with protecting the George Soros and Rothschild mining operations in West Africa than in championing stability and human rights.
George Soros is a Hungarian-American business magnate, investor, philosopher and philanthropist. The 82- year-old is the chairman of Soros Fund Management, and also the chairman of the Open Society Institute.
HE IS THE NEW YORK HEDGE FUND MANAGER AND ONE OF THE MOS
Since the mid-1980s in particular, he has used his immense influence to help reconfigure the political landscapes of several countries around the world–in some cases playing a key role in toppling regimes that had held the reins of government for years, even decades. Vis à vis the United States, a strong case can be made for the claim that Soros today affects American politics and culture more profoundly than any other living person.
The report, which was published online nearly a year now, indicates that for the sole purpose of protecting the George Soros and Rothschild mining operations in West Africa, President Johnson-Sirleaf and her friend Leymah Gbowee received two Nobel gold medals to help the Rothschild/Soros team control all the gold metal,” adding, “A little gold for all the gold.”
The report divulges that: “As with so many international constructs that started out with good intentions, the Norwegian Nobel Committee, like the International Olympic Committee, has become contrivances for global corporations,” adding that: “It is now clear that the decision by the Nobel committee to award the Nobel Peace Prize to two Liberian women, along with a female Yemeni human rights campaigner, was to engage in a bit of influence-peddling in mineral resource-rich West Africa while also attempting to recognize the “Arab Spring” democracy movement.”
The report avers that, While the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Yemeni human rights activist seems appropriate, considering the work she has done to oust Yemen’s brutal dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh from power, the awarding of the Peace Prize gold medals to Liberian President Johnson-Sirleaf and Liberian human rights activist Leymah Gbowee, just before the Liberian presidential election in 2011, appears to be a blatant act of trying to influence the outcome of the election and rewarding the Liberian leader for her support for the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM).
“In addition to being Africa’s first elected female head of state, the report adds, “Sirleaf also has the distinction of being the only African head of state to offer AFRICOM a base of operations and headquarters in Africa – Liberia.”
According to the report, “Sirleaf’s invitation to AFRICOM was unsettling to many Liberians who are cognizant of Liberia’s past as a colony founded by freed slaves from the United States and run for decades by a series of American-Liberian dictators who acted as virtual proxies for Washington and the Firestone Rubber Corporation.”
The report maintains that President Johnson-Sirleaf was implicated in supporting Liberia’s brutal dictator, Charles Taylor, in a report issued in 2009 by the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), but she rejected the TRC report and also reneged on her promise to serve only one term as president.
Winston Tubman, the nephew of Liberia’s long-serving President William Tubman and who ran against then candidate Johnson-Sirleaf, the report indicates, “questioned the timing of the Nobel Committee’s awarding of the peace prize to his opponent, only a few days before the October 11 election,” adding that “It is also noteworthy that after the announcement of this year’s Nobel awards, Gbowee, the other Liberian peace prize awardee, endorsed Sirleaf’s re-election.”
“Sirleaf, a Harvard graduate, has long been a darling of George Soros’s “human rights” and “civil society” contrivances, including the Open Society Institute and Foundation,” says the report. The report states that: “On September 9, 2008, WMR reported: “Soros is a close friend of Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, a former Vice President of Equator Bank in Washington, DC. Equator was later bought by HSBC, which, not surprisingly is a financial partner of Soros.”
“Soros has much more of an interest in Liberia and surrounding countries — including Ivory Coast, which saw French troops fight troops loyal to ousted president Laurent Gbagbo to install a Rothschild/Soros-run World Bank veteran, Alassane Ouattara and his French Zionist wife, into power — than promoting “civil society,” the report adds.
The report unveils that: “Liberia is a nexus for gold mining and Soros’s senior partner, Nathaniel Rothschild, is, according to WMR’s sources, buying up all the world’s gold mines in anticipation of the collapse of several world currencies, including the euro and the dollar.”
“Rothschild and Soros, through Rothschild-controlled Newmont Mining Corporation, along with other Rothschild-controlled companies like Vallar and Glencore, are currently moving in to buy up gold mining companies and mining operations in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, the United States, Peru, Ghana, Guinea, Canada, Namibia, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Ivory Coast, Mexico, Sierra Leone, and Liberia,” the report among others stated.
When the 2nd Vice Presidential Press Secretary of President Johnson-Sirleaf, Mr. Christopher Sele was Monday 8 October 2012 contacted via cell phone for the Liberian leader’s reaction to the report, an unidentified individual believed to be a staff member of the office of the Presidential Press Secretary, answered the call and stated that he [Mr. Sele] was upstairs, but promised that Mr. Sele would immediately return the call. However, neither did the unidentified staff nor Mr. Sele return the call up to press time.