France is a Regime Creating and Sponsoring Looting and Terrorism
It is not difficult at all to see the links between miserable abject poverty, state failure, mercenary autocratic minority regimes, terrorism, looting of natural resources in North, West and Central Africa, and even now appearing in Mozambique, and France. France is not at a lawful state or a nation it is just a succession of regimes dominated by East Asian Roman bandits for looting Africans and Europeans.
France regimes are always in any African country suffering from criminal ruling cliques, terrorism, theft of natural resources and misery. This is not a coincidence but a regular old French policy. Chad is a very clear example to prove that France is looting, and to steal it install a warlord of a minority weak group and employ him for providing mercenary fighters for unstable neighbors, which are made unstable by another terrorist mercenaries. African states and world powers must kick out France totally from Africa to stop poverty, criminal rule, state failure, looting and terrorism and fictitious anti-terrorism and peacekeeping.
Idriss Deby was a French warlord from the Zaghawa of Chad calling himself president. French agents are also leading the Janjaweed, Baggara and Fulani who are behind the bloodshed in Darfur, Kordofan, Chad and Nigeria. France used Zaghawa mercenaries, and now it is shifting to Fulani Baggara Janjaweed bandits
The assassination of Idriss Déby was a necessity for Hemeti Dagalo’s relatives to seize power in Chad, and Chad becomes a colony for the Janjaweed; leaving the occupation of the southern Nile Valley to the Fulani. Idriss Déby managed a very cunning, subtle, and dangerous internal and external balance. Internally, he was worried from the Chadian majority and the ethnic composition of the nationalities of southern Chad. The national ethnic composition in Chad is dominated by the 4 largest groups: Sara, Shuwa Baggara, Kanembo/Borno, and the Masalit. France installed a warlord from a 1% group from the border with Sudan
The details of the ethnic weights in Chad are as follows: Sara 30.5%; Baqara 9.8%; Kanembo / Borno / Bodoma 9.3%; Masalit 7.0%; Qaraan 5.8%; Pollala / Medogo / Coca 3.7%; Marba / Leila / Messi 3.5%; Mundang 2.7%; and Bidio / Megama / Kanja / Danglit 2.5%; Dadjo / Kebet / Moro 2.4%; Tobori / Kira 2.0%; Gabri / Kabalai / Nansher / Sumeria 2.0%; Fulani / Volpi / Bodor 1.8%; Karo / Zim / Bevi 1.3%; Bagherme / Burma 1.2%; Zaghawa / Bidyat / Kobe 1.1% and Tama / Asunguri / Mararett 1.1%
This is what made fragile Idriss Déby, who belongs to Zaghawa, which represent only 1%, to enter into a dangerous alliance destined failure with the Baggara who are 10%, and Fulani who are 2%, and the total of this alliance is no more than 14%, to control and confront 86% of the Chadian people and to serve France.
Regionally, Idriss Déby used the threats of terrorism that he controlled through the Baggara and Fulani wide distribution, as well as neighboring instabilities, internal conflicts, foreign ambitions and threats to the governments of the region to serve Deby and his alliance’s interests in Chad. At the international level, Idriss Déby was fully aware that France and other companies were using the alleged war on terror to gain economic and commercial gains to plunder wealth, and Deby was a useful, low-cost French agent.
The internal alliance formed and managed by Idriss Déby between Zaghawa, Baggara and Fulani reached a dead end after the rise of the Janjaweed, Fulani and Baggara to power openly in Khartoum. Consequently, Idriss Déby became unnecessary for Baggara and Fulani. The Baggara and Fulani now could take over power in Chad without the help of the Zaghawa, and the support from Khartoum would suffice for them. Idriss Déby was a mercenary who seized power and France, Baggara and Fulani could replace him with a warlord
It is likely that the coming period in Chad will witness a military and security escalation in the north against the Zaghawa and in the east against the Masalit and Quraan, and with it a military and security escalation in the south against the majority Sara. France will transfer its previous support for Idriss Deby to Baggara and Foulani to continue the looting under the slogan of combating terrorism and providing support and aid. The assassination of Déby will increase the conflict between Zaghawa, Baggara, and Fulani Janjaweed, but will not stop cooperation because the hegemony of minority and mercenary activities will remain
The only makers of state failures, bloody unrests, coups, wars, assassinations and terrorism in West and Central Africa are the Fulani groups in different names, including the Baggara, Janjaweed, Boko Haram and others in Chad, the southern Nile Valley, Nigeria, Niger, Mali, and all of West and Central Africa.
The Fulani (Fallata, Peulh, Fulbe or Fula) are not a tribe, a nation, or several tribes, and they do not have a specific homeland or an agreed history. The Fulani first appeared after the Hyksos and Berbers invaded West Africa in 1500 B.C. They had had no name, and they were amalgamation of yellow and black subjects.
The Fulani are a mixture of people taken from North and West Africa who fell to slavery gangs and served East and West Asia Hyksos expelled from Egypt (Turkic Mongolians with the Amorite). From West Africa, they moved east and invaded and occupied southern Nile Valley and first established Kordofan, then Kush
The Hyksos, along with the Berbers and Fulani, were the ones who invaded Egypt from the south and occupied it with the 25 Dynasty. Hence, Fulani narratives say they have Berber, Egyptian, Syrian, Jewish, Yemeni, Indian and others ancestry. Their history, formation and the actions are largely similar to the Kurds
Fulani increased their activities after the expulsion of the East and West Asian gangs, along with the Berbers from Spain and Portugal in 1492 AD, which they called Andalusia. They were the Almoravids and other groups of conquest, plunder, slavery and terrorism. Fulani settlements appeared all over West Africa from the Atlantic Ocean, which Turkic called it Sudan (blacks), to distinguish them from North Africa, the Beyddan (whites). West African Fulani guerrillas became active again, reaching as far as the south of the Nile Valley. This wave of gangs from East and West Asia with the Berbers and with the Fulani are the ones who formed the regimes of the Fur and Musabaat rulers and the rulers of the Baggara groups, the Ja’alyeens, the Bani Amer, the bedouins of the Niles, Butana and North Kordofan
The spread of yellow Fulani groups with the Berbers and the gangs resulting from the ancient Hyksos and modern Andalusia is what caused the chronic problems of the Sahel and Saharan countries in West and Central Africa and the Lake Chad Basin, internal wars and bloodshed in Darfur, Kordofan, Chad and Nigeria.
The Fulani in northern Nigeria, led by the Dan Fodio family, were those who served Muhammad Ali in 1820 in forming an army of slaves and mercenaries alternative to the Mamalik, and this made Muhammad Ali to call his new colony in the south of the Nile Valley the Sudan as of 1820. Before that year, none of the regions and kingdoms of the south Nile Valley was Sudan. The people and the tribes in southern Nile Valley did not describe themselves as Sudanese
The support of French regimes in France to Berber and Fulani against the Tuareg (the only Amazigh, of far southwestern Libya to southern Algeria, Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso), and against all the nations of West and Central Africa is very devastating for security, peace and development in many countries. African states and the world powers must the French regimes in France from creating, supporting mercenary juntas and sponsoring terrorism. The world must stop new French presence in Mozambique quickly and completely.
Fulani and French activities in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Niger, Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, CAR, Chad, and Sudan are devastating destruction to Africa and the whole World