Analysis: Former NSA analyst talks about secret US role in Congo

Wayne Madsen, former NSA analyst and US Navy intelligence officer, has spoken to The Real News Network about the worsening political violence and instability in Congo. Madsen, who authors the daily Wayne Madsen Report, explains the US role in the regional destabilization of central Africa “via its proxies in Rwanda and Uganda”. He also accuses the US of “supplying arms, stoking ethnic divisions as well providing covert military and intelligence support systems to rebel groups”. The former NSA analyst has testified on the situation in Congo before the US Congress. His Congressional testimony is available here. The first part of Madsen’s interview with The Real News Network is available here. The second part is here. [IA]

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