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US bases in Africa.

The US has military operations [outposts] in 53 countries out of 54 on the African continent. The only country in which they don’t have any military activity on the continent is Zimbabwe, hence there is no pin on Zimbabwe.

This is information you will not easily find in the conventional mainstream media because it’s being handled with such secrecy by the US State Department. Albeit, due to the Access to Information Act, some information has been released through pressure from civil society groups to shed light on US operations in Africa.

These military operations or outposts range from:

• Military Bases

• Forward Operating Sites and Locations

• Contingency Security Locations

• Contingency Locations

• Lilly Pads

• Refueling stations

• Airports

• Training and advisor partnerships

• and various shared facilities.

Each of the different color pins below symbolizes the nature of operation the US has in the countries with pins.

For example the blue pin symbolizes a military base and yellow a training and advisory partnership outpost.

These outposts in Africa are part of the new US strategy for Africom known as #TheNewNormal, where the US seeks to have a light presence on the continent while possessing the capability to deploy as many military assets as needed to any part of Africa in less than 3hrs using its logistical operation referred to as #NewSilkRoad.

Africom currently operates from Ramstein (the biggest foreign US base with over 9200 US personnel stationed in just this one base. The base is literally a self contained city in Germany with its own schools, hospitals, malls, stores, factories and such) Germany, a US colony, with naval assets stationed in Sigonella Italy, another US colony, ready to attend to any arena in the Europe and Africa region.

I know many of you might find my language confusing but go back to the Potsdam Agreement, Martial Plan and New Deal, you will understand that for Europe to get out of the economic ruination of the Second World War, they had to become colonies of the US army and capital to rebuild.

This capitulation to US imperialism culminated in NATO and the EU, with Brussels becoming the administrator on behalf of City of London and District of Columbia [Washington] which is also known as the military head quarters of the western world order.

It is for this reason that the US has over 45000 soldiers and over 45 military installations in Germany (more than the 23 they have in Japan, another US colony), to ensure that Germany will never rise as a military power again.

Now, the US agenda is simple: a recolonization and occupation of Africa as they did Europe. Some might even suggest that the objective is already complete and in effect, as each base that the US has established in a country exerts overt military control and a threat of military reprisal if the host is not compliant to US interests.


  1. There is no US military presence in the State of Eritrea. Irrespective of what is found in the media (of which I include the dubious sources pushed by algorithms on google), no nation has a military presence on the soil of the State of Eritrea.

    Both China and the US have a military base in Djibouti. China, the US, Turkey and India amongst others have a military presence in the Horn of Africa. The US and France have the largest military footprint on the continent and current developments have seen the Russians invited in to West Afrika in Mali.

    U.S. Africa Command presence:

    Chebelley, Djibouti
    Bizerte, Tunisia
    Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti
    Arlit, Niger
    Entebbe, Uganda
    Dirkou, Niger
    Mombassa, Kenya
    Diffa, Niger
    Manda Bay, Kenya
    Ouallam, Niger
    Liberville, Gabon
    Bamako, Mali
    St. Helena, Ascension Island
    Garoua, Cameroon
    Accra, Ghana
    Maroua, Cameroon
    Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
    Misrata, Libya
    Dakar, Senegal
    Tripoli, Libya
    Agadez, Niger
    Baledogle, Somalia
    Niamey, Niger
    Bosasso, Somalia
    N’Djamena, Chad
    Galcayo, Somalia
    Kismayo, Somalia
    Mogadishu, Somalia
    Wajir, Kenya

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