Saturday, October 11, 2014

The Victims of the War Criminals and their War Business

The business of war [1] in the Middle East is everywhere in the news. Missing in action in most of the corporate “news media” is the story of the war criminals that planned these crimes against humanity. One retired general did say this in an interview which can be seen at this link below:

This general spells it all out, in no uncertain terms, that wars against a number of countries were planned by the powerful. These wars have resulted in millions of refugees, hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians dead, maimed or contaminated by depleted uranium. Their homes decimated, destroyed and reduced to smouldering rubble. Thousands of soldiers dead or dying and having to fight for their veterans benefits, their families and children traumatised and some children parentless. They too are victims of this institutionalized evil that rules over us in what is called a “democracy.” Is that not a sick joke? Wars planned in secret by the unaccountable with an agenda of regime change. Should they really be called “The Actions of Total Evil and Their Allies”?

Now the “allies” have formed a coalition to bomb the latest enemy which they created, known as ISIS/ISII/IS.

“With their command and control centre based in Istanbul, Turkey, military supplies from Saudi Arabia and Qatar in particular were transported by Turkish intelligence to the border for rebel acquisition. CIA operatives along with Israeli and Jordanian commandos were also training FSA rebels on the Jordanian-Syrian border with anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons. In addition, other reports show that British and French military were also involved in these secret training programmes. It appears that the same FSA rebels receiving this elite training went straight into ISIS – last month one ISIS commander, Abu Yusaf, said, ‘Many of the FSA people who the west has trained are actually joining us.’” Nafeez Ahmed

Based on the above information, a thinking person has to ask, are there war criminals running loose? [2] Surely it is a crime to be arming, supporting and training an enemy that has been called “barbaric”? Now some politicians are involved in a coalition with their “allies” and supposedly fighting this enemy that some of their “allies” created. Which makes one wonder, are some political leaders accessories to this murderous evil? [3] One has to ask this question, are we in the hands of treasonous treacherous political and evil lunatics who are responsible for the march of this barbarity of evil of which they are now terrified? [4]

The solution by our “great leaders” to all this mayhem, misery and killings that was planned, financed, supported and armed by some of our “allies” is to bomb, bomb and keep bombing, so that what we have in fact is “allies bombing allies.” [5] But hey, these “allies” are now the enemy some of our “great leaders” once supported. Do madmen and war criminals rule over us? The only winners in all this planned evil are the arms dealers who are making record bloody profits. [6] The losers are innocent people in all these countries attacked and decimated. Surely there has to be some punishment for the powerful war perverts that planned and coordinated all this carnage? Or will they be allowed to continue to perpetrate their war crimes and war business unopposed and leave thousands of innocent victims in their bloody wake?

“The fact can't be refuted: ISIS was born of Western intervention in Iraq and covert action in Syria...This attack on Syria, under the guise of striking ISIS, is by definition, a war of aggression. It is a violation of international law. It could lead to crimes against humanity and the deaths of untold numbers of innocent civilians. No amount of public relations or smooth talking can change that. And yes, members of this Democratic administration, including the president who executed this policy, must be held accountable by the International Criminal Court and by the American people, who he serves.”  Dennis Kucinich, Former 16-year member of the U.S. Congress and two-time U.S. presidential candidate.

Stephen J. Gray
October 11, 2014.


Articles of Interest at links Below:
US VP Biden: We Couldn't Convince Our Mideast Allies to Stop Supporting Extremists in Syria