West carries out attack in Somalia
Minneapolis, MN – There are widespread reports in the international press of Western special operation forces launching an attack in the Somali coastal town of Barawa, which is located about 100 miles south of the capital city Mogadishu.
Reports indicate the Oct. 5 attack was aimed at the Al Shabaab, an organization that is fighting to remove foreign troops from the country.
In Washington D.C., Pentagon spokesperson George Little said, “I decline comment,” according to UK newspaper The Telegraph.
The U.S. and its proxies such as Ethiopia and Kenya are trying to impose a puppet government on Somalia, in order to strengthen U.S. domination of the strategically important horn of Africa.