Analysis / The decline of secession »: The relationship of the Polisario mercenaries with Algeria »


What do we know about the Polisario mercenaries? About his education, about his internal composition, his relations with Algeria, terrorism and Iran! These are human rights violations! …and others, where we will place our faithful readers before the reality of this imaginary entity, starting with the chronology of the “formation” of the separatist front, passing through the collapse of the separatist proposal and the shrinking of the separatist front , basis of recognition and support for countries, up to the initiative of the “Atlantic monarchy” which put an end to the dreams of the separatists and their support, Algeria (…)

No one disputes that the existence of the Polisario is organically linked to the Algerian regime, Algeria being the backbone of the Polisario. Without Algeria’s support, there would be no existence of the Polisario, as Algeria provides land, military and logistical support, and also provides media and intelligence coverage, passports and obtaining documents. confessions thanks to ideological alliances or bribes offered to certain politicians, and sometimes thanks to security pressure.

The relationship between Algeria and the Polisario has two sides, the external side, and it is based on the “lie” of the right of peoples to self-determination. However, this face collapsed when Algeria proposed to the United Nations a solution that required the division of the Sahara and an internal face, based on the total submission of the Polisario to Algerian military intelligence and its coordination with it in all areas , both small and large.

After Algeria’s independence in 1962, Algeria announced its membership in the Eastern camp and declared itself the Cuba of Africa. In 1963, Algeria entered a war with Morocco, known as the War of the Sands, and it was supported by the Eastern Bloc of the Arab world, led by Egypt, a number of which of its officers was captured in this war, including officers who later became high-level political leaders in Egypt.

In 1965, Ahmed Ben Bella was overthrown by a group of officers led by Houari Boumediene (Mohamed Ibrahim Boukharouba) and Abdelaziz Bouteflika. During the first ten years of the coup, Algeria witnessed economic and social trends that all failed. . This is what Houari Boumediene admitted in a speech on July 11, 1977. Algerian analyst Ismail Koumzian also addressed the issue in his book “Algerian Pain”, a pain that goes back to the triangle which has greatly harmed the Algeria, represented by the army – the State – the single party.

In 1973, the world experienced the first oil shock, which increased the income of oil-producing countries, including Algeria. Unfortunately, instead of correcting its economic and political trajectory, Algeria has spent enormous sums of money to become, as its politicians like to call it, “the citadel of revolutionaries.” Thus, Algeria was full of everyone who was ready to carry a Kalashnikov or carry out a military operation against Western interests. In addition to extremist movements in the Middle East, there were dense groups of the Italian Red Brigades, the Irish army, Basque ETA, and the secessionist movements of the Canary Islands.

The world may remember the day on December 21, 1975, when Venezuelan terrorist Elish Raspor Sanchi, nicknamed Carlos, kidnapped 11 ministers of the OPEC group who were meeting in Vienna and took them on a plane with more than 60 hostages to Algeria, where he was officially received by the Minister of Foreign Affairs at the time, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. We will come back to this

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