Chilcot and the UK in Iraq: Imperialist War Gone ‘Badly Wrong’?
A U.S. B-52 bomber crosses the perimeter fence at Fairford RAF base in Gloucestershire.Photo:Reuters
IN PICTURES: teleSUR takes a look at Britain’s role in a war that shattered a nation and continues to spread instability and pain across the Middle East.
update here: Good News At Last! .. Syria Bombing to be Cancelled?
The US military/industrial economy needs fresh blood.. or rather needs a war,
the final logic of insane predator capitalism.
Morality. …Can a nation which has repeatedly used and sold chemical weapons then morally bomb another country on suspicion they used them? Continue reading “US/UK to risk WW3 to bomb Syrians with crazy ‘Chemical Weapons’ Pretext”
…”sometimes you have to pay a heavy price to live in a free society…”
Chelsea (ex-Bradley) Manning’s post-sentence statement, issued by his lawyer, was the kind of statement you would expect to be given by a Nobel Peace Prize recipient in their acceptance speech. It is both unequivocal and profound. …
That Manning issues such a statement on the day he is sentenced to 35 years in prison is testimony to his resilience, his courage and his love. In doing so, the politicians of this world must surely cower in shame. If President Obama has any integrity left, he must pardon immediately this noble individual. Below, we reproduce it with one difference: we have added hyperlinks, where relevant, to provide greater perspective…. Continue reading “Manning shames her Tormentors, vows to Live as a Woman”
…”The white house could claim that unleashing democracy and freedom has been the real target behind the invasion of Iraq while journalist reports and wikileaks documents have shown and revealed the American collaboration with Saddam`s intelligence and security officers to kill and torture thousands of unarmed civilian Iraqis.
Some wounds heal fast …some won’t heal at all.”… Continue reading “Bradley exposed War Criminals who now Jail him Forever”
July 30, 2013
We are at a watershed.
The verdicts in the Bradley Manning trial are about to be announced and between now and sentencing – which is likely to commence as soon as next week – it is imperative that you, the world’s media, come together and demand that Manning be released. Whether you are The Guardian, Der Spiegel, the New York Times, the Washington Post, El Pais, Le Monde, The Age or any of those other publications that collaborated or benefited from the publishing of material revealed by Bradley Manning: you are party to the charges raised and Bradley needs your help and intervention now. Continue reading “Manning verdict: to the world’s media – THIS is the moment when Bradley needs your help”
Britain’s dirty war in Iraq: war crimes, torture, renditions – the evidence mounts
A list of alleged war crimes committed by British military and Intelligence personnel, involving torture, abuse of legal process, rendition and illegal detention, is being compiled. Continue reading “Britain’s dirty war leaks out”