Posts Tagged ‘civilians’

The Ukraine/Zelensky regime is raining deadly mines down on civilian cities in Donbass.

physical abuses or punishment of civilians and members of armed groups held in detention facilities; serious restrictions on free expression and media, including violence or threats of violence against journalists, unjustified arrests or prosecutions of journalists, and censorship; serious restrictions on internet freedom; refoulement of refugees to a country where they would face a threat to their life or freedom; serious acts of government corruption; lack of investigation of and accountability for gender-based violence; crimes, violence, or threats of violence motivated by anti-Semitism; crimes involving violence or threats of violence targeting persons with disabilities, members of ethnic minority groups, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or intersex persons; and the existence of the worst forms of child labor.

“The government generally failed to take adequate steps to prosecute or punish most officials who committed abuses, resulting in a climate of impunity.

The US government knows what goes on. Its duped population of true believers prefers not to.

2021 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Ukraine

Eva Bartlett (Canadian) reports on Ukraine military bombardment of civilian centers in Donetsk city. Eight years of these atrocities have killed at least nine-thousand civilians.

This is what America not only funds and arms, but what it censors out of its entire “news” coverage of the Ukraine conflict. #CensoredNews

9,000 civilians killed by Feb. 20 2022, before the invasion by Russia (to stop these atrocities).

But who actually attacked them?

Covert Action Quarterly:

I could tell you that the photo actually shows the results of a Ukrainian Army war crime by a Tochka-U missile that was intentionally launched at Donetsk city center around 12:00 noon on Monday, March 14th, that in fact it was intended to kill many times more than the 24 civilians who were murdered.

Emblazoned across the photo, “The Carnage.” The photo is real, and while the headlines are intentionally misleading, they are not outright lies. They do not have to be. The liars at La Stampa do not have to actually lie; most Europeans, like most U.S. citizens, lead busy lives, don’t look beyond the headlines, and are easily deceived by nothing more than insinuations. And propagandists like those at La Stampa know it.

Western Media Engages in a War on Truth

More confirmation of normalized censorship and war propaganda.

I’ve collected civilian statements on Twitter blaming Ukraine and its Azov Nazis for atrocities and keeping people as human shields, operating in civilian areas deliberately, etc. There are many on Twitter, but Twitter also censors–less so since Musk bought it.

KAREN, the idea that the Biden regime is concerned about the poor foreign civilians of Ukraine is so absurd on its face, I question your basic competency.

That same Biden regime is starving Yemeni babies to death right now. And it has been since Obama was in office. It arms and assists the most tyrannical regime on earth: the Saudis. Biden also aided and abetted the proud, raving Neo-Nazis of Ukraine as they murdered a further 9,000 innocent civilians, mostly because those lived in Eastern Ukraine, spoke Russian, and would not submit to the new Reich installed illegally in 2014. That Reich was helped by Obama/Biden and particularly the US National Endowment for Democracy (NED) sic.

And Karen, I highly doubt you could find any of these places on a map. You’ve been given a new cheer and a little yellow and blue icon to do your virtue-signalling online, as you brainlessly help actual Nazis in Ukraine. Some of your friends even want to initiate total war against Russia, thus ending human life on earth in a nuclear catastrophe on a scale not seen since the dinosaurs were wiped out. So, forgive me if I don’t agree with your propaganda or respect your half-baked talking-point riddled opinions.

Oct. 2019:

Under Fire from Ukraine and Misperceived by the West, The People of the DPR Share Their Stories

PS

Donbas war death toll rises up to nearly 13,000 – UN

EMPIRE FILES

I may do a Zuckerberg / Big Brother mashup.

FACEBOOK just got stuck “Posting,” in order to not post and censor out U.S. war crimes from being communicated there. The description also disappeared, and it went something like this…

The real reason Julian Assange is in a British prison without charge is for revealing US war crimes. The Collateral Murder video shows a US helicopter murdering civilians, including a Reuters cameraman and a van full of children that arrived on the scene to give aid.

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Collateral Murder

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Inside the Organized Crime Syndicate known as the CIA: an Interview with Douglas Valentine

 

T]he most common way of the CIA launching a covert action program that is deniable is by attributing it to another agency.

 

We managed the insurgency in South Vietnam and their names could be put on blacklists. And once their name was on a list—once somebody had been informed about them, and once they were a member of a list a that was called the Vietcong infrastructure, the insurgency—the CIA and its forces could go out and kidnap them, put them in interrogation centers, kill them along with their families, and do anything they wanted to try and suppress them. And the problem was that lots of innocent civilians got their names put on these blacklists. In fact, one of the ways that the CIA and its forces, the South Vietnamese Special Police and its mercenary army, one of the ways that they got people to inform on the members of the Vietcong insurgency was by threatening to put their names on blacklists. So therefore, it became a blackmail scheme.”

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Pentagon Accused of Killing 10x as Many Civilians Overseas as Acknowledged in New Report

 On Thursday, the Pentagon released a report saying the U.S. had killed 120 civilians in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Somalia last year. However, the watchdog monitoring group Airwars says the total is at least 10 times higher.