Posts Tagged ‘accountability’
Tags: accountability, Afghanistan, Karzai, mass murder, NATO, peace, speech, Taliban, United States, US, war, war crimes, warmongering
“War in Afghanistan is based on the aims of foreigners. The war in Afghanistan is to the benefit of foreigners. But Afghans on both sides are the sacrificial lambs and victims of this war.”
… The US military justice system almost always fails to hold its soldiers accountable for unlawful killings and other abuses,”said Richard Bennett, Amnesty International’s Asia Pacific Director.
Tags: Abby Martin, accountability, destruction, dolphins, environment, International Law, killing, laws, Low Frequency, maiming, marine life, Navy, pollution, rt, sonar, US military, whales
Tags: accountability, cold blooded, excessive, force, maniac, murder, police, prosecution, protection, psychopath, public, public safety, shooting, short film
We have an epidemic of police murder and police brutality across this country. Stop tolerating it.
Tags: accountability, bp, british petroleum, CIA, coup, covert, coverup, crime, destruction, environment, fascism, fraud, Greg Palast, intelligence, MI6, murder
Gulf of Mexico, Deepwater Horizon
If fascism is the merger of corporations and state, then this is iron clad, unholy fascism, and nothing beside–
“There was CIA involvement through a company called Mega Oil. They were shipping in arms under the cover of oil tools.”
…CIA, MI6 and British Petroleum engineered a coup d’état, overthrowing a nation’s elected president who was “not favorable to BP.” The corporation’s former vice president, Leslie Abrahams … was working for BP, he was also an operative for MI6, British intelligence.
Question: Why in the world was BP allowed to use this insanely dangerous “quick-dry” cement just after a failure in the Caspian? Answer: A cover-up—via threats, beatings, arrests, bribery, perjury and the complicity of the U.S. State Department.
I learned of the prior blowout only because of a coded message from the Caspian Sea received from one very nervous eyewitness.
Tags: accountability, CIA, conspiracy, deception, felony, geneva conventions, interrogation, lawless, Lies, report, secret, Senate Intelligence Committee, spin, terror, terrorism, torture, war crimes, waterboarding
McClatchy includes lots of almost humorous language to the effect ‘mistakes were made.’ This ridiculous excuse accompanies every instance of US government conspiracy and malfeasance. For some reason the terms “error” and “mistake” serve to distract the public sufficiently such that “felony” and “war crime” never make it to print. US personnel are only capable of making errors, never willfully committing crimes. It’s through the looking glass imperial dogma.
WASHINGTON — CIA officers subjected some terrorism suspects the agency held after the Sept. 11 attacks to interrogation methods that were not approved by either the Justice Department or their own headquarters and illegally detained 26 of the 119 in CIA custody, the Senate Intelligence Committee has concluded in its still-secret report,McClatchy has learned…