Why was the USA doing “Peace Keeping” exercises in South Africa last year? Is it good?

[Underneath all this (((Liberal))), (((Elite)), Jewish nonsense is something one cannot trust. All this "peace-keeping” that is going on worldwide is interference. It is interference in the affairs of other countries. Time and again the USA and UK have assisted communists. The USA is doing these exercises for a reason. The USA has military bases across the world and the USA is dominating everything and every place. This is the terribly bad result of WW2 being lost by our European brothers. Now the USA, sticks its nose into everyone’s business. Now if they were fighting communism or protecting the whites I’d be all for it.

So one part of the “peace keeping” is great because if the blacks were to attack us en masse the USA would come to keep the sides apart. That’s fine up to a point.

But what if we whites were determined to make our own stand? What if we decided to create our own nation and independent state using force? Then that same USA would come here to KILL US! That would not be allowed.

This current dysfunctional, multiracial, multicultural, black-dominated country is GOOD in the eyes of the USA/UK/Jews/Elite. And we whites are trapped inside this system. If we ever tried to break out of it by our own efforts … the USA and the other “white” nations would come here just like during the Anglo-Boer war and they would come here to kill us. So just remember that “peace keeping” is a double-edged sword and if we were winning against the blacks one day, then we would be the enemy and the USA would come to help them destroy us. Just remember that. Here’s a news report from 2017. Jan]

US Army in SA for peacekeeping exercise

13 July 2017 – 10:05BY DAVE CHAMBERS

A US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, in Seattle, Washington. Two US Air Force C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft have landed at Upington Airport‚ bringing in equipment and personnel for Exercise Shared Accord. File photo. 
Image: Christopher Okula/ U.S. Air Force/Handout via REUTERS/File Photo

US troops have begun to arrive in South Africa for a joint exercise with local soldiers.

Two US Air Force C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft have landed at Upington Airport‚ bringing in equipment and personnel for Exercise Shared Accord‚ which begins on Monday at the South African Army Combat Training Centre in Lohatla‚ Northern Cape.

Troops involved in 18-day exercise — a company from the US Army’s 101st Airborne Division and a company from 2 SA Infantry Battalion — will conduct a peacekeeping operation under a UN “chapter 7” mandate‚ in which belligerent forces are forced to disengage from armed conflict.

SANDF spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Piet Paxton said movement of troops began on July 3. “The US Army will exercise strategic lift by means of sea‚ air and road movement and the SANDF will exercise road movement support and replenishment‚” he said.

“This mobilisation will be done from various and multiple locations in South Africa to the Northern Cape with the aim to strengthen a bilateral relationship between US and South African forces that allows mutual benefit to improve understanding of partnered operations with a highly capable allied force.”

US “sealift” capabilities will be tested by docking a vessel in Cape Town and moving its cargo in a road convoy to Lohatla‚ escorted by troops under the orders of the Western Cape joint tactical headquarters.

DefenceWeb reported that one of the drills during the exercise would involve soldiers encountering and defusing improvised explosive devices (IEDs). A company from 21 SA Infantry Battalion would make up the opposing force‚ it said.

Paxton said: “The exercise will also focus on inter-operability during military actions on various subjects. These will include shared interest in tactics‚ techniques and procedures‚ individual skills training‚ bush craft‚ counter-IED drills and night operations‚ as well as a UN peacekeeping scenario that incorporates elements of US/South Africa recent experience such as strong point defence‚ direct action and targeted offensive operations.”

Source: https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2017-07-13-us-army-in-sa-for-peacekeeping-exercise/

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