These same elite of International Financiers control Ireland.
CONCLUSION: THE MILITARY IS DETERMINED TO FIGHT THE BANKERS AND AVOID ANOTHER LIBYA IN MALI
The World Bank, an arm of the globalist banker elite run out of the United States, has threatened the interim military government of Mali in a statement released on the World Bank web site.
The statement condemns the patriotic military force of Mali for taking over from the inept government which represented foreign banker interests and not those of the citizens of Mali.
It calls for the restoration of "constitutional government in order to preserve the development gains of Mali and its people."
Mali, located in central west Africa, is one of the poorest states in Africa, after following western prescriptions designed to benefit foreign interests.
On the other hand, Libya in central north Africa was the wealthiest state of Africa being one of only a small handful in the world to reject World Bank loans and prescriptions as well as not to have a private central bank.
For most of last year western military forces overthrew the Libyan democracy and installed a puppet military regime after massacring an estimated hundred thousand citizens and causing around one million to flee Libya for their lives.
This state of affairs is not lost on Africans who are demanding their governments take action in the defense of their best interests or step aside to allow other forms of government.
While military governments send shivers down the spines of white academics and intellectuals, in Africa they are often seen as agents of positive change, bringing about required corrections to corruption, nepotism, incompetence or other short falls of unaccountable governments.
What matters most to African citizens is not the theories of their former white colonial masters about multi party elections which were slated for next month in Mali, but a real say in the running of their affairs and the ownership of their national resources and wealth.
To Africans, democracy means more than the casting of a ballot paper into a box once every few years, to legitimise the parties and candidates put in front of them by the foreign mining companies and bankers of the former colonial powers which are responsible for the world's wealthiest continent having the world's poorest population.
It is in this environment that any drastic action taken that may bring about change is welcomed with rods and prayers that the interim authorities will clean up the mess away from party politics and then hand over power to the people rather than to representatives of their exploiters once again.
Many soldiers in Africa have studied the theory of consensus direct participatory democracy advocated in The Green Book, the author of which is held as a popular hero throughout the continent.
Mali was one of the many African states to benefit in recent years from the development aid and investment from the Libyan Jamahiriya, including plans for a new African Central Bank, African Monetary Fund and African Investment bank with a starting capital of $42 billon.
This project, an idea of Muammar Qaddafi, author of The Green Book, would have removed the hand of the World Bank and its International Monetary Fund from Africa once and for all.
The African economic project which was slated to be launched in September 2011 was prevented by the invasion of Libya and the confiscation by the U.S. of Libya's contribution to the starting fund.
Libya being Africa's most wealthy state was contributing the bulk of the start up fund, $32 billion, with the remaining $10 billion put in by the other 52 African states. Thus the U.S. theft of the money, not mentioned in western media, has ensured Africa's continued slavery to the white western banker elite which has dominated every western regime for the past hundreds of years.
It is in this context that the situation in Mali and throughout Africa's poorest land locked and desert regions of the Sahel - Sahara needs to be seen.