“Apart from a handful of deluded neoconservatives, no one believes that the United States accomplished its objectives in Iraq, unless the main objective was to commit mayhem, apply a tourniquet to staunch the bleeding, and then declare the patient stable while hastily leaving the scene of the crime.”
The neo-Bolsheviks/neoconservatives keep propounding that Assad has used chemical weapons as if it is a brute fact. But repeating an idea without evidence is not a serious argument. It is a circular argument.
Israel never ceased to wipe out the Palestinians. The 1982 massacre is a classic example, where Israeli military allowed Lebanese militia to attack Palestinian refugees; they “raped, killed and dismembered at least 800 civilians, while Israeli flares illuminated the camps’ narrow and darkened alleyways.
A prominent political analyst says US neo-conservatives are pursuing their objectives in Syria through their ‘private army’, which basically constitutes of al-Qaeda-linked militants fighting against the Damascus government, Press TV reports.
American veterans have been the victims of war crimes. American veterans are being “ethnically cleansed” by a nation that finds them invisible and their suffering “heroic” on holidays and “disgusting” the rest of the time.
Editor’s note: The Al Qaeda forces defeated in the first major outing for the new Iraqi army are, in actuality, controlled by the individuals that Senator John McCain met with this week. One might ask why an American legislator, a senior member of the Senate Armed Forces Committee,
One Congressional staffer attending the WINEP event emailed me, “Dennis spoke in jest — well I assumed he did — but who knows anymore? Things are getting ever crazier inside some of these pro-Israel think-tanks around here.”
Many independent and conscientious thinkers and scholars in the world agree with this assumption that the sanctions which the United States and the European Union have imposed on Iran over its nuclear program are inhumane, unjust, contrary to the principles of human rights and constitute an act of war and collective punishment.