UN silent on US/NATO crimes but goes after Third World nations and leaders
Posted on April 20th, 2013

Shenali Waduge

The West has a history of invading nations, forcibly occupying them, plundering nations of their resources and saying thank you by designing systems that would keep people divided and dependent on them because they make the laws and they are the judges for the very crimes they have committed. For over 500 years nations were forcibly occupied and plundered “”…” this was called colonialism. Country after country was forcibly invaded on the excuse of sheltering terrorists “”…” this they called military intervention. The grounds for this have been subtly camouflaged in a theory approved by the UN called R2P. To add to their list of crimes has been the assassination of leaders who are a threat to them and replacing them with puppets. The “Status of Forces Agreement” has guaranteed that US cannot be held accountable for their crimes in any country that the US has bases in. Are we wrong to accuse the West and with all the evidence against the West for their crimes either direct or as covert operations while the UN is prepared to only hound the nations that the West are against and leaders that stand in the way of the West. Are we wrong to accuse the UN of being a puppet of the West and suggest an alternate organization for World Peace?

Not many countries can overthrow foreign governments and get away with it “”…” the US can and they are masters at it.

Overt Military Interventions 

  • ·         From 1798-2001 a total of 330 interventions (Congressional Research Service)
  • ·         From 1946-1975 a total 218 occasions where US used its armed forces “as a political instrument” (Force without war: US armed Forces as a Political Instrument “”…” Blechman and Kaplan)
  • ·         From 1899 to 1990 “”…” 60 Low Intensity Conflicts (LICs) “”…” America’s Small Wars: Lessons for the Future, J M Collins.
  • ·         Since World War 2 the US has conventionally bombed 28 countries (William Blum “”…” Rogue State)
  • ·         A total of 560 US covert military interventions have taken place between 1798-2008.
  • ·         170 of these interventions was between 1798 to 1945.
  • ·         390 military interventions between 1945 and 2008 “”…” 391 with Libya.
  • ·         20million civilian deaths by US interventions
  • ·         In the past 40 years itself 6million people are said to have been killed because of CIA secret wars. The 6million dead belong to the Third World.
  • ·         Over 200 US military interventions in the Third World by the US.
  • ·         In the past 40 years all the “WARS” the US is involved in has been in the Third World with millions killed
  • ·         60 countries have been victim of at least ONE MAJOR WAR since 1945 where an estimated 20million people have died.
  • ·         There have been 200 proxy “undeclared wars” from World War 2 to 1980s in 80 countries with the involvement of armed forces of 90 states.
  • ·         Between 1869 and 1897 US sent warships into Latin American ports an unbelievable 5980 times
  • ·         From mid 19th century to 20th century US military had conquered all lands and original inhabitants to the western edge of its continent, stolen half of Mexico, invaded Korea, annexed Hawaii, conquered Philippines, Puerto Rico and Cuba.
  • ·         By 1930 US sent military gunboats to Latin America over 6000 times and invaded Cuba and Mexico once again, invaded Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Columbia and protracted wars in the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Haiti “”…” ALL these was to ensure US corporations and financial houses to dominate the economies of most of Mexico, Caribbean, Central America and much of South America.

US regime change “”…” last 50 years

  • 1963 “”…” South Vietnam : CIA backs coup against President Ngo Dinh Diem of South Vietnam paying USD40,000 to kill him
  • 1964 “”…” Brazil : Democratic Government of President Goulart overthrown in March 1964
  • 1966 “”…” Ghana : overthrow of Kwame Nkrumah by the CIA because of his non-aligned Marxist economic perspective.
  • 1970-3 “”…” Chile : Marxist President Salvador Allende overthrown and murder planned by US with President Nixon personally authorizing $700,000 for the covert operation. General Pinochet took over on 1973 “”…” US installs a dictator!
  • 1979-89 “”…” Afghanistan : Carter Doctrine that the US would not allow any outside force to gain control of the Persian Gulf. US armed Afghan insurgents provided weapons and training to the Mujahideens (leader of whom was Osama bin Laden)  to fight the Russians a covert operation costing over $3billion.
  • 1980 “”…” Turkey : 3000 US troops landed before the 12 September coup.
  • 1980-81 “”…” Poland : US supports Solidarity movement
  • 1981-90 “”…” Nicaragua : CIA overthrows Sandinista government of Daniel Ortega through a group tasked to sabotage ports, refineries, boats and bridges / arming contras despite Boland Amendment.
  • 1980-95 “”…” Cambodia : Reagan Doctrine of aiding anti-Soviet resistance movements abroad applied to Cambodia under Vietnam occupation following Khmer Rouge genocide.
  • 1980s “”…” Angola : Reagan administration helps anti-communist rebels led by Jonas Sayimbi who was supported by the Heritage Foundation. Savimbi was killed by Angolan military in February 2002.
  • 1986 “”…” Philippines : US pressurized President Marcos to step down and hand over power to Corazon Aquino
  • 1992-1996 “”…” Iraq : CIA indirectly supports sabotage campaigns between 1992 and 1995 but fails to topple Saddam Hussein.
  • 2001 “”…” Afghanistan : Plan to invade Afghanistan developed by CIA Special Activities Division on pretext of 9/11
  • 2002-3 “”…” Iraq : CIA Special Activities Division enter Iraq in July 2002 before the main invasion and prepare ground for the arrival of US special forces. Turkey bans use of US forces across its territory.
  • 2002 “”…” Venezuela : Coup and installing Pedro Carmona as President
  • 2006 to present “”…” Palestinian authority : Hamas and Fatah win 2006 election and form Palestinian Authority National Unity Government in 2007 headed by Ismail Haniya and takes control of Gaza Strip. Hamas is listed as a terrorist organization.
  • 2006-2007 “”…” Somalia : CIA funds coalition of anti-Islamic warlords
  • 2005 to present “”…” Iran : CIA authorized to undertake black operations against Iran $400m was authorized as covert operation to create unrest in Iran in 2007.
  • 2011 “”…” Libya : following Arab Spring overthrowing of rulers in Tunisia and Egypt, Libya was next target with US/NATO airstrikes, arming of rebels/mercenaries and killing of Gaddafi
  • 2012 “”…” Syria : President Obama authorizes to support regime change in Syria and overthrow Government of President Assad “”…” rebels and mercenaries again being armed and trained.

Installing Puppet States “”…” is when sovereign states become controlled by foreign powers though externally it looks independent and acts independent the decisions that these leaders take are almost always taken on the instructions of the foreign powers ruling it from behind the scenes.

Origins of CIA

  • On 18 June 1948, US President Harry Truman signed the National Security Directive 10/2 (NSC-10/2) defining covert operations
  • CIA “”…” Central Intelligence Agency was created prior to this directive, answerable to the President through a National Security Council to carry out covert operations
  • Their scope covers assassination attempts, government overthrows, paramilitary operations, concerted propaganda efforts, interference in free elections, economic desatabalization campaigns,
  • 1976 Church Committee Report on CIA activities published by US Sen. Frank Church stated from 1961 to 1974, 900 major and 3000 minor operations had been undertaken by CIA (President’s Secret Wars: CIA and Pentagon Covert Operations from World War 2 through the Persian Guf “”…” Prados)
  • Former CIA officer John Stockwell extrapolated in 1990 that the CIA had initiated and overseen about 3000 major and over 10,000 minor covert operations
  • Pentagon acknowledges that there are Special Operations Forces deployed in missions across 200 plus nations. At virtually all these foreign missions are assigned CIA case officers working under the State Department cover.
  • US Government has provided both military and economic aid to more than 150 countries and protects the assets and operations of thousands of transnational corporations because it is their trillions of dollar investments that the US Government are looking after.
  • CIA’s 10,000 covert operations of which 3000 are major and has killed 6million people has made the entire world unstable.

US and UN

  • In 2002 when the International Criminal Court was launched the US Government did not take part nor did they ratify it.
  • US has also refused to sign the Kyoto Protocol on Global Warming.
  • US has withdrawn from 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
  • US walked out of the 1972 biological and toxic weapons Convention
  • US refused to comply with the Land Mine Treaty,
  • US has withdrawn from the International Conference on Racism
  • When Jose Bustami Director General of Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons offered membership to Iraq in the””…” the Bush administration ousted him.

The former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in an interview in 1998 summed up exactly what the US thinks of the UN : “The UN plays a very important role. But if we don’t like it, we always have the option of following our own national security interests, which I assure you we will do if we don’t like what’s going on” “”…” That’s how the Gulf War happened in 1991, Iraq was invaded, US/NATO bombing Serbia in 1999 and Afghanistan invaded in 2001.

Western Bases in Foreign Nations

  • US is said to have over 1000 foreign military bases in over 120 nations and territories
  • US has 293 bases in Germany  “”…” why is it necessary for the US and UK to have bases in Germany or Japan 65 years after World War with over 70,000 US troops currently in Germany, more than 45,000 US soldiers in Japan and close to 30,000 US troops in South Korea?
  • UK and France have a further 200 in their former colonies.
  • US personnel currently stationed number over 160,000 and excludes US personnel in Iraq, Afghanistan, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico and Kwajalein Atoll. All bases functions as storage facilities for weapons including nuclear arms, training, intelligence gathering, “echelon” bases monitor all email, phone and data communication traffic, extra-judiciary transport, imprisonment and torture of which Guantanamo Bay is the best example.
  • US bases in Iraq (505) revealed only after US troops prepared to leave Iraq. Officially, we are told that the US has removed troops from Iraq but does this not include the Dept of Defense staff currently in Iraq? The bases in Afghanistan is over 1500 counting all the forward operating bases, checkpoints, mega-bases, military installations and other logistical support facilities. The number of US troops stands at over 100,000 if not more.

Why US occupies Afghanistan

  • Not because of 9/11 or Osama “”…” the hijackers were mostly Saudis
  • US occupies Afghanistan because it is a strategic hub in Central Asia (Afghanistan borders Soviet Union, China and Iran).
  • US is building a 1900km long $8billion oil and gas pipeline through Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
  • The entirety of US bases in Afghanistan are all located along the route of the gas/oil pipeline
  • Afghanistan has over 1400 mineral outcroppings and 70 viable deposits worth over $1trilion (including iron, Hajigak iron, coal, copper, cobalt, gold, lithium “”…” raw material to make batteries for laptops and BlackBerrys).
  • The US Government and business elites were well aware of Afghanistan’s mineral wealth and energy resources as far back as 1979 when it supported the Mujahideen “freedom fighters” we know today as the Al Qaeda and Osama.
  • In 2001 before US occupation opium production was 200 tons by 2009 opium production has reached 6900 tons generating cash earnings of more than $200billion annually
  • opium production has increased by a staggering 3100% (from 185tons before arrival of US in 2001 and now 5800tons in 2011)
  • Afghanistan accounts for 90% of opium and cannabis supplies to the world. Opium, morphine, cannabis, heroin, codeine, thebaine are all sought after by pharmaceutical companies.

Why US invaded Iraq

The 9/11 attackers were not Iraqi’s nor had they links to Al Qaeda, neither did Iraq have WMDs but Iraq was attacked.

US attacked Iraq to secure 115billion barrels of oil reserves! US spends $900billion per year on destruction when 49m Americans live in poverty and 46million depend on food stamps to survive and 4m are homeless.

Collateral Damage

New York Times reported in 2003 that US Secretary Rumsfeld personally approved over 50 US airstrikes in Iraq which killed many innocent Iraqi civilians.

Pentagon policy informed to the media was that any strikes that result in 50 or more civilian deaths was “unavoidable collateral damage”.  That means the US administration is well aware of targets and given its policy it simply excuses all civilian deaths above 50 as “collateral damage” “”…” it is classified information as to whether this policy still continues. By virtue of this authorization the US is committing a crime and that crime is murder?

Sanctions

Former US Secretary of State Madeline Albright said on the deaths of Iraqi children (quoted as 500,000) and her response was “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price””…”we think the price is worth it”

Use of Nuclear / Chemical Weapons

US used Depleted Uranium bombs on Iraq towns where no tanks and no armored Iraqi vehicles existed. “They changed the rules of engagement, and we went in and we shot everything that moved”¦that was an order given from our high command and in direct violation of the Geneva Convention” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5DfCS11hy4&feature=related

In 1998 a John Hopkins University study estimated that if cancers continued on the current curve, 44% of the population would develop it by 2000. The US has since dropped a further 2000-3000 more tons of depleted uranium (DU) which will mean a future generation of children born with birth defects.

 

 

Reconciliation

The buzzword is today “reconciliation” the theme is “accountability” and the pressure is on Sri Lanka from all corners “”…” cooked up reports, books quoting from terrorist sources, funding of NGO spokesmen, former UN heads reversing and contradicting themselves yet not a hum when Winston Churchill in 1979 declared “We should never allow ourselves to apologize for what we did to Germany.” !

International justice simply does not exist “”…” justice is when the perpetrator become the jury and judge as we see happening and the targets are the Third World nations and their leaders. But some of these leaders are not helping the cause in the least. Though not puppet leaders, by virtue of the mismanagement and corrupt policies that they uphold they help these international criminals to bully the nations.

Leaders that defy the status quo end up assassinated like Patrice Lumumba and there are many such assassinations “”…” the perpetrators have the audacity to talk human rights and freedoms and we listen and applaud them. Perhaps people remain still ignorant of the US and the West’s record.

If a foreign leader is branded or labeled “”…” he is definitely on the list of being ousted but then some of these leaders deserve whats coming but the tragedy is that they are pulling the innocent people of the country down with them and they have only themselves to blame.

Like it or not what post-colonial Governments are guilty of is not following the indigenous pattern of culture that was reason for the colonials to arrive and divide the people. So why did these native leaders turn away from what was good to adopt the Western style of rule that see hallmarks of divides everywhere we turn. The rich-poor gap is widening, the debt of these Third World nations are rocketing, the rich are leading ultra-rich lives and the politicians care two hoots about people’s suffering while the public servants meekly say “yes, sir” and does not even make any effort to think of ways that people’s burdens can be relieved.

The people do not get much in return for the people they vote into power and then the eagles await for the correct opportunity to take over.

The hour-glass appears to be fast closing in on us.

 

 

18 Responses to “UN silent on US/NATO crimes but goes after Third World nations and leaders”

  1. Lorenzo Says:

    So what should we do?

    1 IDENTIFY their PUPPETS in SL.
    2 WIPE them OUT creatively.
    3 Millions of peaceful plans to do so from boats to buffets.

    We CAN’T fight with USA. But we can break the link they have to disrupt SL.

    e.g. I can’t kill all the bacteria in the world. But I can kill the bacteria in my wound.

    Yes it is painful, unpleasant but there is NO other way.

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    This is what US HR report says about Endia.

    “The most significant human rights problems were police and security force abuses, including extrajudicial killings, torture, and rape; widespread corruption at all levels of government, leading to denial of justice; and separatist, insurgent, and societal violence.

    Other human rights problems included disappearances, poor prison conditions that were frequently life-threatening, arbitrary arrest and detention, and lengthy pretrial detention. The judiciary was overburdened, and court backlogs led to lengthy delays or the denial of justice. Authorities continued to infringe on citizens’ privacy rights. The law in some states restricted religious conversion, and there were reports of arrests, but no reports of convictions under these laws. There were some limits on freedom of movement. Rape, domestic violence, dowry-related deaths, honor killings, sexual harassment, and discrimination against women remained serious problems. Child abuse and child marriage were problems. Trafficking in persons, including widespread bonded and forced labor of children and adults, child prostitution, and forced adult prostitution, were serious problems. Caste-based discrimination and violence continued, as did discrimination against persons with disabilities and indigenous persons. Discrimination against persons with HIV and discrimination and violence based on gender identity continued. Religiously based societal violence remained a concern. Forced labor and bonded labor were widespread. Child labor also was a serious problem.

    Widespread impunity at all levels of government remained a serious problem. Investigations into individual cases and legal punishment for perpetrators occurred, but in many cases a lack of accountability due to weak law enforcement, a lack of trained police, and the overburdened and underresourced court system created an atmosphere of impunity.”

    -US HR report 2012

  3. Lorenzo Says:

    3 Islamic terrorist attacks in USA in the past month!!!

    Date Country City Killed Injured Description

    2013.04.19 USA Watertown, MA 1 1

    Jihadists gun down a university police officer sitting in his car.

    2013.04.15 USA Boston, MA 3 170

    Foreign-born Muslims describing themselves as ‘very religious’ detonate two bombs packed with ball bearings at the Boston Marathon, killing three people and causing several more to lose limbs.

    2013.03.24 USA Ashtabula, OH 1 0

    A Muslim convert walks into a church service with a Quran and guns down his Christian father while praising Allah.

    – thereligionofpeace

  4. Kosala777 Says:

    Shenali has produced a gem stone this time.

  5. Lorenzo Says:

    Govt. FOOLISHLY thinks Jaffna people will vote for LTTE Daya Master. He is going to contest the northern election from UPFA. He is NOW no racist which means Tamils don’t like him.

  6. gdesilva Says:

    If you did not know already, UN stands for United Neo-colonials and they are doing what they are supposed to do – ie to keep developing nations under the control of Neo-colonial powers and they do it very well. It it time that the developing nations walk out of these organisations and give the Neo-colonials the three finger salute.

  7. Sri Rohana Says:

    That’s a great article. Nicely exposed yankee international criminal acts. It is obvious Yankee criminal dictatorship controls whole world. One nation dictatorship! Only North Korea and Iran have courage to challenge Yankee hegemony.
    U.N.O officials, Media personals, western world, churches, amnesty international and N.G.O’s approve Yankee action as they too depend on Yankee dollars.
    (Note some yankee crimes. Assassination of Grenada Prime Minister Maurice Bishop, Indonesia’s C.I.A led coup against Sukarno and Diego Garcia occupation).

  8. Lorenzo Says:

    RACIST TAMILS at it again.

    “[TamilNet, Sunday, 21 April 2013, 07:41 GMT]

    Eezham Tamil fishermen of Maaththa’lan in Mullaiththeevu district resisted the arrival and occupation of Sinhala fishermen and attempted to set fire to their boats on Friday. As tension prevailed between the two groups, the occupying Sinhala navy rushed to the scene.”

    Bloody racist thugs. They think only they can fish.

  9. Ananda-USA Says:

    On Caste Divisions in Sri Lanka and India

    Yes, there were strong caste divisions in Sri Lanka … related to the SERVICES the various groups performed for the king, but not embedded in the RELIGION as in India. As we well know Buddhism rejects caste distinctions as a basis for determining the worth of individuals, and fought that battle in India during the Buddha’s day as well.

    That is precisely why Dr. Babasehab Ambedkar led his Dalit community to embrace Buddhism in 1955.

    The majority Buddhist religion is PRECISELY the reason why caste distinctions have practically vanished among the Sinhala people since independence, irrespective of their religion (Buddhism, Christianity), whereas the Hindu majority Tamil community is STILL strongly divided along caste lines.

    In fact, I remember when I was an Engineering student at the Peradeniya eFac, certain of my Tamil colleagues came all the way from Jaffna to Colombo to borrow my class notes, rather than walk to the homes of high caste Tamil students in Jaffna. At Peradeniya, we sat together in class, lived together in the residential halls, played and partied together, but yet when the Tamil students went back home, the caste distinctions were reasserted. However, our Tamil batchmates from Colombo did not do this; they were fully assimilated and integrated into the tolerant mindset of the Buddhist majority community in the South of Sri Lanka.

    In every country, it is the majority community that sets the tone and mores of the society as a whole. If the majority community is tolerant, the society as a whole is tolerant. If the majority community is intolerant, the society as a whole becomes intolerant. The teachings of the RELIGION of the majority community, as it relates to differences in communal attributes such as caste, race, religion, and sex is CRITICAL to social justice.

    On the eve of India’s independence, Dr. Ambedkar was trying to get Mahatma Gandhi to include in the Consitution of India a clause declaring caste discrimination as illegal. But, Mahatma encountered strong opposition from the rest of the Indian Congress. Therefore, since the Dalits were OUTSIDE the Hindu caste system, and therefore a de-facto NON-EXISTENT community, Ambedkar demanded classification of the Dalits as a unique sovereign community within India. Mahatma Gandhi opposed this also … saying that such a declaration would make PERMANENT the discrimination against Dalits … and prevent their EVER being assimilated into a caste-less future Hindu society. As it turned out, Ambedkar caved in and supported the Congress’s bid for independence from India, accepting only a promise from Mahatma that a national referendum would be held on the issue after independence. We know that in 1955 or so, frustrated with the failure to get Hindu society to accept the Dalits as equal human beings, Dr. Ambedkar left the Hindu religion and embraced the other great religion of India … Buddhism … that would accept ALL human beings as equals.

    Although Ambedkar was absolutely right in departing a religion that denied him and his people basic human rights, Mahatma’s warning that allocation of different special rights to different communities defined by caste would permanently embed caste divisions within India and prevent progress towards a casteless society was PROPHETIC.

    Today, Indian communities compete for government benefits (aka “reservations”) on the basis of caste. Although the intention was to alleviate the historical disadvantages of different caste groups, the identification of SCHEDULED CASTES, BACKWARD CASTES, and OTHER BACKWARD CASTES, ad inifinitum, ad nauseam in India has been to create a permanent caste structure fiercely protected by caste group in their quest for
    free government benefits.

    As one Indian Supreme Court judge once quipped “There is no other country in the world like India, in which people compete to degrade/debase their social status just to secure government benefits”. He was DEAD RIGHT … there is NO OTHER. The path to communal hell is clearly paved with good government intentions.

    The government benefits enjoyed by these “Historically Disadvantaged Communities” to the exclusion of other Indian citizens in need, has caused immense animosity and conflict among the citizens of India, in addition to the standard caste warfare between caste groups trying to preserve the hierarchical caste system of Hinduism.

    For example, there are many utterly poor Brahmins … damned by the “poorna noola” they wear across their chests … pulling rickshaws, and cleaning toilets, in the New Delhi area. They are in need just like the Dalits, but are excluded from applying for government benefits because they belong to a high caste!

    The SOLUTION TO THIS SELF-INFLICTED DILEMMA is SIMPLE. Give Government Assistance to people on the basis of DEMONSTRATED POVERTY and NEED ONLY … not on the basis of any other communal attribute.

    But fear and greed of those who are already on the gravy train, and the political clout they wield in VOTE BANK POLITICS will never allow that. As I recall, Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, had proposed precisely this solution, but got nowhere in taking the country in that direction. The vested interests created by the caste based system enacted … and foreseen 67-odd years ago by Mahatma Gandhi … are just too entrenched. And so, India continues down the path of communal DISCORD and eventual DISINTEGRATION with its people pitted against each other trying to preserve their caste-based allocations of the pie.

    The PATH FORWARD … the SRI LANKAN WAY!

    That brings us to Sri Lanka. The Tamil Eelamists demand that Sri Lanka also go down a parallel path to COMMUNAL HELL by dividing Sri Lanka on the basis of another communal attribute: RACE.

    This kind of Communal Division of Sri Lanka into a Patchwork Quilt of Communal Apartheid Bantustans is PRECISELY what the majority of Sri Lankans want to AVOID.

    We don’t view India as a success, but as a COMMUNAL HELL HOLE, A CATACLYSMIC DISASTER in the MAKING.

    Instead, we Sri Lankans are headed in a FUNDAMENTALLY DIFFERENT DIRECTION: towards a society in which the only meaningful attribute of its people is that they are Sri Lankan CITIZENS.

    In such a society and system of governance, all other COMMUNAL attributes of race, religion, language, caste, and sex are unimportant and ignored. Any person’s status as a legal Sri Lankan citizen qualifies him/her to compete on the basis of the content of his/her demonstrated character, ability and merit for all the benefits Sri Lanka has to offer.

    That is OUR GOAL in our drive to build ONE NATION of ONE PEOPLE sharing ONE DESTINY!

  10. Insula Says:

    UN silent on US/NATO crimes but goes after Third World nations and leaders

    In addition, they are manufacturing Terrot to go After Countries and Leaders.

    Remember WMD, Lumumba, Allende, Mossdedeh, etc. etc.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/boston-black-ops-manufacturing-terror/5332223

    Boston Black Ops: Manufacturing Terror?

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/boston-bombing-suspects-it-was-a-set-up-they-were-framed-by-the-fbi/5332227

    Boston Bombing Suspects: It was a Set Up. They were Framed by the FBI

    Listen to the Interview with the Aunt of the Boston Bombing Suspects.

    The Testimony of the Tsarnaev Brothers’ Mother as well as media reports confirm that the two brothers were on the FBI Radar, under FBI surveillance for several years.

    The Tsarnaev family had been the object of persistent harassment.

    Visit Global Research at globalresearch.ca for further coverage of the Boston bombing. (M. Ch.)

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/chechen-terrorists-and-the-neocons/

    But the lies and disinformation that go into the confusing and ever-morphing notion of “terrorism” result from the U.S. Military Industrial Complex (and its little brother, the “National Security Surveillance Complex”) and their need to control the mainstream media’s framing of the story

    Coleen Rowley is a retired FBI agent and former chief division counsel in Minneapolis. She’s now a dedicated peace and justice activist and board member of the Women Against Military Madness.

  11. Insula Says:

    Shenali Waduge, you can add this live information to the great historical narrative.

    Manufactured Terrorism.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/boston-set-up-tsarnaev-brothers-mother-my-sons-are-innocent-this-is-a-setup/5332209

    Boston Set Up? Tsarnaev Brothers’ Mother: My Sons are Innocent, This is a Set Up

    GR Editor’s Note: The Testimony of the Tsarnaev Brothers’ Mother as well as media reports confirm that the two brothers were on the FBI Radar, under FBI surveillance for several years. The Tsarnaev family had been the object of persistent harassment. (M. Ch.)

    Zubeidat Tsarnaeva maintains her younger son is innocent and like so many of the brothers’ acquaintances, claims they were good, courteous kids and model students – especially the younger 19-year-old Dzhokhar. A US citizen who is presently in the Russian Republic of Dagestan, she revealed to RT some suspicions of her own.

    Grief-stricken at the latest developments in the case, Zubeidat expressed her dismay at the allegations, recounting Dzhokhar’s life in the US and talking of his status among his peers and friends: he was an honors student, loved by many of his friends and teachers. And his older brother Tamerlan was a star athlete and student, whose ambition was to one day appear on the US Olympic wrestling team.

    But her biggest suspicion surrounding the case was the constant FBI surveillance she said her family was subjected to over the years. She is surprised that having been so stringent with the entire family, the FBI had no idea the sons were supposedly planning a terrorist act.
    “They used to come [to our] home, they used to talk to me…they were telling me that he [the older, 26-y/o Tamerlan] was really an extremist leader and that they were afraid of him. They told me whatever information he is getting, he gets from these extremist sites… they were controlling him, they were controlling his every step…and now they say that this is a terrorist act!Never ever is this true, my sons are innocent!”

  12. Insula Says:

    Shenali Waduge, you can add this live information to the great historical narrative.

    So there was westerm Imperialisam and Terrorism all along, well before Al Quesda was formed with CIA funds?

    See

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/boston-truth-the-chechen-connection-al-qaeda-and-the-boston-marathon-bombings/5332337
    BOSTON TRUTH: The “Chechen Connection”, Al Qaeda and the Boston Marathon Bombings

    Global Research Editor’s Note
    Global Research will be publishing a series of articles and reports with a view to promoting “Boston Truth”. The underlying objective is to confront and challenge the official version of events concerning the Boston bombings as well as the twisted and convoluted interpretations of the mainstream media.
    We invite our readers to endorse “Boston Truth” and spread the word on social media, independent media and blog sites.

    Prior to the conduct of a police investigation, the 19 year old student has already been designated as “guilty”. The fundamental legal principle of “innocence until proven guilty” has been scrapped. In the words of President Obama (a graduate of Harvard Law School), the Boston 19 year old student is “guilty” of heinous crimes (without evidence and prior to being charged in a court of law):
    “Whatever hateful agenda drove these men [suspects] to such heinous acts will not, cannot, prevail. Whatever they thought they could achieve, they’ve already failed…. Why did young men who grew up and studied here as part of our communities and our country resort to such violence?”

    The fact of the matter is that the jihadist movement is a creation of US intelligence, which has also led to the development of “political Islam”. While the role of the CIA in support of the Islamic jihad (including most Al Qaeda affiliated organizations) is amply documented, there is also evidence that the FBI has covertly equipped and incited would be terrorists within the US. (See James Corbett,The Boston Bombings in Context: How the FBI Fosters, Funds and Equips American Terrorists,Global Research April 17, 2013)
    The CIA’s agenda starting in the late 1970s was to recruit and train jihadist “freedom fighters” (Mujahideen) to wage “a war of liberation” directed against the pro-Soviet secular government of Afghanistan.

  13. Voice123 Says:

    “The fact of the matter is that the jihadist movement is a creation of US intelligence, which has also led to the development of “political Islam”. While the role of the CIA in support of the Islamic jihad (including most Al Qaeda affiliated organizations) is amply documented, there is also evidence that the FBI has covertly equipped and incited would be terrorists within the US. (See James Corbett,The Boston Bombings in Context: How the FBI Fosters, Funds and Equips American Terrorists,Global Research April 17, 2013)
    The CIA’s agenda starting in the late 1970s was to recruit and train jihadist “freedom fighters” (Mujahideen) to wage “a war of liberation” directed against the pro-Soviet secular government of Afghanistan.”

    It doesnt surprise me in the least that the USA and GB are up to dirty tactics, but they couldnt do it without willing suckers from the Muslim world. Its high time they woke up and stopped falling for their tricks.

  14. Lorenzo Says:

    Insula and Voice are correct. They are USING some JARHEAD FOOLS to attack each other.

    But they are NOT alone. Saudi is the biggest terrorist in the world.

  15. Voice123 Says:

    Great Britain “created” Wahabist Saudi, just like they helped create the LTTE and the assylum seeking curse (time bomb) on western countries.

  16. Lorenzo Says:

    Bloody Endia now trying to invade peaceful China over BS allegations. Typical. I hope Endia will go bust soon.

    “India will take “every step” to protect its interests to resolve the situation arising out of deep incursion by Chinese troops into Indian territory in eastern Ladakh, defence minister AK Antony said Monday.

    “We are taking every action to protect our interest… We will take every step to protect our interest,” he told reporters outside Parliament House.

    He was asked the government’s response to the Chinese incursion some 10 to 12km deep into Indian territory.
    Government sources have already said that India and China are in touch to resolve the issue of Chinese incursion into Indian territory in Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) sector in eastern Ladakh and erecting a tented post.

    According to government sources, the issue was raised by India after the incident came to light some time ago.
    A Platoon-strength contingent of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) came 10km inside the Indian territory in Burthe in DBO sector, which is at an altitude of about 17,000 feet, on the night of April 15 and established a tented post there, according to highly placed sources, which said that a Chinese Army Platoon usually consists of around 50 men.

    Troops from Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) have also established a camp approximately 300 metres opposite the location, the sources said.

    ITBP has asked for a Flag meeting with the Chinese side but there has been no response as of now, sources said.

    When contacted, the spokesman of Udhampur-based Northern Command Col Rajesh Kalia said, “due to differences in perception of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) a few face-offs take place in the eastern Ladakh side. These are resolved amicably through existing mechanism.”
    He refused to elaborate.

    The Ladakh Scouts, an Infantry regiment of the Indian Army and specializing in mountain warfare, has also moved towards the area where the situation was described as tense.

    The place has not been known to have any permanent civilian population.
    DBO, located in northernmost Ladakh, is an historic camp site and located on an ancient trade route connecting Ladakh to Yarkand in Xinjiang, China.
    It lies at the easternmost point of the Karakoram Range in a cold desert region in the far north of India, just 8km south of the Chinese border and 9km northwest of the Aksai Chin LAC between China and India. Temperature plummets as low as minus 30 degree Celsius in the winters.
    Other than Siachen Glacier military base, it is India’s northernmost built-up area. The nearest inhabited town is Murgo to the south, which has a small population of Baltis who primarily depend on apricot farming and yak rearing.”

    (With PTI inputs)
    -hindustantimes

  17. Insula Says:

    Shenali Waduge,

    Here is more information for your next article.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/clinton-bush-and-obama-us-war-crimes-over-three-administrations/5331757

    Clinton, Bush and Obama: US War Crimes over Three Administrations

    On Tuesday, the Constitution Project, a Washington, DC think tank, released a 600-page report by its “Task Force on Detainee Treatment” documenting decades of war crimes committed by US imperialism and its military and intelligence agencies……………

    ……….The Constitution Project’s report on detainee treatment is as an encyclopedia of criminality, although the study’s liberal authors refrain from drawing substantive conclusions and offer only the most feeble recommendations.

    But while they do not propose that anyone be prosecuted, their findings provide powerful evidence for war crimes proceedings against three US presidents and their subordinates, including cabinet members, Department of Justice lawyers, military commanders and intelligence officials.

  18. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    United Nations, European Union and NATO don’t bring peace, but they are war mongering institutions. These institutions don’t work in the interest of the population. They protect interest, they protect lobbies, financial interests. They are in the hands of big international companies and today citizens are forgotten.
    European Union put Greece, Spain and Portugal into trouble. There’s impoverishment of European populations and this is shocking to see to which extent it’s possible to reduce benefits and put a whole population into poverty. And all that because of a crisis that was created by financial interest.

    China is a threat to current big powers. China is more and more present in Africa and they need natural resources. Obviously it’s an economic threat. China is seizing economic resources, it’s legitimate, there’s no problem about that. China in Africa can do whatever it wants with natural resources in exchange for services given to the population. What is positive is that at least there are services given to the population. This is a change from the western logic that we saw during colonization, with them taking advantage of Africa without benefiting to the locals. This is what explains that former colonial powers such as France or other countries intervene today in North Africa to take back some natural resources. This is the case of France in Mali where France is only the hands of the US in that story. This is also the case in all the northern African countries in the so-called Arab Spring. Those are not real revolutionary movements. It was directed from abroad and it’s always to put their hands on natural resources such as gas, uranium. This is a race. This is an economic war that we’re seeing now. Africa today is the attic of the world. It’s very difficult to imagine that Africa will one day be owned by Africans. It’s sad but it’s true. I prefer that they are partnerships where everybody is in a win-win relationship, than a unilateral exploitation. I can’t stand anymore to see Africans starving when under their ground is full of natural wealth which is crazy! All that wealth doesn’t bring anything to the local population. They just benefit industrial companies, to international companies and their managers.

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