War

Hiroshima Revisited: Memorializing the Horrors of War with 10 Must-See War Films

Source: The Rutherford Institute July 30, 2018 John W. Whitehead “The horror… the horror…”—Apocalypse Now (1979) Nearly 73 years ago, the United States unleashed atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing more than 200,000 individuals, many of whom were civilians. Fast forward to the present day, and the …

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Amnesty: US-Led Coalition Committed War Crimes In Raqqa, Syria

This Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017 frame grab made from drone video shows Raqqa effectively destroyed following US-Coalition airstrikes. (AP/ Gabriel Chaim) “Everyone we spoke to in Raqqa agreed that Isis had to be defeated. But they asked why their families had to be killed and their city destroyed in the …

Crimes Against Humanity

Can We All Agree That U.S. Officials Are Lying About Yemen?

Source: 21st Century Wire May 11, 2018 By 21wire The article “US Army Special Forces Secretly Sent to Fight Houthis in Yemen“, published to AntiWar.com last week caught our attention, as we continue to follow the bouncing ball of  regime change around the world. In the report, we learned that …

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The Brutal War on Vietnamese Civilians: Interview with Nick Turse

Source: History News Network May 26, 2013 by Robin Lindley U.S. commanders wasted ammunition like millionaires and hoarded American lives like misers, and often treated Vietnamese lives as if they were worth nothing at all. –Nick Turse, Kill Anything That Moves In March 1968 U.S. infantry troops of the Army’s …

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Trump Touts $12.5B Saudi Arms Sale as US Support for Yemen War Literally Fuels Atrocities

Photo by Felton Davis | CC BY 2.0 Source: counterpunch March 23, 2018 by Brett Wilkins For the second time in as many years, President Donald Trump welcomed Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, second-in-command to one of the world’s most repressive dictators, to the White House. Trump used Tuesday’s visit …

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15 Years On, the Staggering Death Toll in Iraq Keeps Climbing

Ali Hamza, 8, sits at the graves of his brother, Mohammed, and sister Asinat, who were killed at their school when a suicide car bomb attack near Qabak elementary school in the Shiite Turkomen village of Qabak, Iraq, Oct. 7, 2013. (AP Photo) Source: Mint Press News March 16, 2018 …

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Coverup of Extensive War Crimes: 50th Anniversary of the My Lai Massacre

Source: Global Research March 16, 2018 By Dr. Gary G. Kohls and Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research Editor’s Note This article was first published on March 15, 2008 to commemorate the 4oth Anniversary of the My Lai Massacre In a bitter irony, Colin Powell, who was responsible for the coverup of the My …

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Yet Another Senseless Mass Killing: Women and Children Among 25 Dead

Source: AntiMedia March 1, 2018 by Carey Wedler This week, 25 people were slaughtered in yet another mass killing, and half of those deaths were women and children. But you won’t see these murders broadcast relentlessly on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, nor discussed at length in social media threads. That’s because the …

Crimes Against Humanity

U.S. Murders 100 Syrian Soldiers, Claims “Self-Defense” In Country America Invaded And Occupies

Source: Activist Post February 8, 2018 By Brandon Turbeville In the latest instance of American war criminality, the United States launched an air attack against the Syrian military on Wednesday, February 7, 2018. This brazen aggression against the sovereign government of Syria has resulted in the death of at least …

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As Media Tries to Keep Russiagate Alive, Pentagon Admits to Aiding in Genocide of Children in Yemen

While the media obsesses over Russiagate, it ignores the Pentagon’s admission to aiding genocide in the Middle East with ground troops and airstrikes. Source: The Free Thought Project December 24, 2017 By Rachel Blevins As politicians fight to keep an investigation into collusion between Russia and the Trump 2016 campaign …