Posts Tagged ‘war crimes’

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CNN:

WASHINGTON (CNN) — President Bush and his top aides publicly made 935 false statements about the security risk posed by Iraq in the two years following September 11, 2001, according to a study released Tuesday by two nonprofit journalism groups.

 

But dumb Americans think they told the truth about the September 11th attacks? Which are covered up to this day?

The public is quite pathetic in the face of actual evidence…

 

Real History

 

 

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Sort of interesting in a tragi-comedy way…

US BACKED NEW SYRIAN ARMY SUFFERS CRIPPLING DEFEAT

“Prior to the offensive, the NSyA received new weapons and vehicles, including modern XM2010 sniper rifles from the US. As well, Coalition jets conducted an intensive leaflet-dropping propaganda campaign against the target region, while the NSyA publically stated its intention to attack.”

 

So, let’s recap how illegal this US imperial game actually is:

UN Charter, Article 2:

All Members shall settle their international disputes by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security, and justice, are not endangered.

 

Arming terrorist armies inside another country is a war crime. Barack Obama and George Bush are war criminals. This is the real problem in the world today: unaccountable emperors who dump weapons and money onto their pet terrorists without threat of being arrested and punished. Their “allies” do most of the dirty work, and that leads to entities like ISIS. This is the greatest source of conflict in the world today. And it has purpose, strategy, although most people simply don’t understand what’s happening and are unqualified to form opinions about it–including a number of so-called “intellectuals” in academia.

Wake up.

Why ISIS Exists: The Double Game

 

 

 

 

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CIA psychologists admit creating post-9/11 ‘torture’ practice for $81mn

Both James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen admitted“in part” that they produced a document for the CIA called “Recognizing and Developing Countermeasures to Al-Qaeda Resistance to Interrogation Techniques: A Resistance Training Perspective.”

 

 

Abu Zubaydah was mentioned. Read the background on Zubaydah and what actually happened.

 

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Documentary:

James Steele: America’s mystery man in Iraq – video

 

A 15-month investigation by the Guardian and BBC Arabic reveals how retired US colonel James Steele, a veteran of American proxy wars in El Salvador and Nicaragua, played a key role in training and overseeing US-funded special police commandos who ran a network of torture centres in Iraq. Another special forces veteran, Colonel James Coffman, worked with Steele and reported directly to General David Petraeus, who had been sent into Iraq to organise the Iraqi security services

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My response to Selection 2016 is up at OpedNews.

The Greater Evil

 

 

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Unaccountable murder around the world, and NBC sells it to the masses by any means necessary. How would they like it if their own street was under attack from armed robots?

NBC Lies About Drones

The CIA’s role in the Dateline film is more extensive than in the production of Zero Damn Truth — er, I mean, Zero Dark Thirty — and we next hear Brennan claiming that “Counter-terrorism professionals always would prefer to capture individuals.” That counter terrorism is terrorism, that children living under the constant buzz and threat of drones are traumatized, never comes up. And Brennan’s claim is false. We know of numerous cases when someone could have been easily arrested, but murdering them and anybody nearby was preferred — or at least murdering whoever had that person’s cell phone at the time.

Brennan’s next utterance is ludicrous: “Taking kinetic action against a target or individual usually is a last resort.” Because the option of not doing so doesn’t exist?

This flood of propaganda is not impeded by the voices of critics, protesters, lawyers, survivors, or victims, by the views of foreign governments or the European Union or the Pakistani courts, by the perspective of families afraid to step out of doors. The “successful” drone war in Yemen that predictably led to a larger war is not examined.

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“Let me tell you something. I’m from the United States of America and I say kill ’em all.”

And yet they wonder why half the world hates us…

 

US Soldier in Syria – ‘Kill ’em All!’