American Government Desires More Wars of Aggression

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"Support the Military-Industrial-Complex" Bomb Iran! war (BombIran.org)

“Support the Military-Industrial-Complex” Bomb Iran! war (BombIran.org)

An Attack on Iran Would Be Illegal. What Does the Media Say?:
http://www.newsunspun.org/article/an-attack-on-iran-would-be-illegal-what-does-the-media-say

The ‘option’ of a military attack on Iran by Israel, the UK and the US has been increasingly discussed in the UK media since 2011.

Government threats of military action have come in various forms, with Israel warning of potential air strikes against Iran in the next few months, and Obama and Cameron stating that ‘no options are off the table’.

This is combined with what could at best be described as ambiguous reporting on Iran’s nuclear programme, at times baselessly claiming that Iran has nuclear weapons, and, at others, relying on repetition of snippets like ‘the US and its allies believe Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons – a charge Iran denies.’

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My Commentary: While y’all were busy drinking the mainstream media kool-aid, your last few presidents were committing war crimes [and crimes against peace].

Ron Paul Supporters Crash War Reunion of War Criminals Cheney and Rumsfeld

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One good war crimimal deserves another!

One good war crimimal deserves another!

‘War Criminal!’: Ron Paul Backers Crash Cheney-Rumsfeld Reunion:
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/02/10/paul-backers-crash-cheney-rumsfeld-reunion/

(Raw Story) Supporters of libertarian Republican Ron Paul shouted down former Vice President Dick Cheney at a conservative conference Thursday, in a sign of a growing foreign policy rift on the American right.

Cheney had appeared on the first day of the 2011 Conservative Political Action Conference to introduce Donald Rumsfeld, the former Bush-era defense secretary who was scheduled to receive this year’s “Defender of the Constitution Award.”

That didn’t sit well with “Team Paul,” supporters of Rep. Ron Paul who have long called for an end to the US’s foreign wars.

“Where’s bin Laden?” one heckler shouted as Cheney stood at the podium to introduce Rumsfeld.

“War criminal!” another shouted out, prompting a heated reaction from the crowd.

The specter of a Republican vice president being called a “war criminal” at a conservative conference was so unexpected that it prompted TalkingPointsMemo’s Evan McMorris-Santoro to describe it as “what a Cheney-Rumsfeld hug at the Netroots Nation convention might look like.”

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My Commentary: Ha! Great work, fellow Ron Paul supporters! The Libertarian Party is on the rise!

New Details Emerge on CIA’s Use of Nazi War Criminals

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War Criminal Adolph Eichmann Testifies at Nuremburg Trials

War Criminal Adolph Eichmann Testifies at Nuremburg Trials

Documents Shed Light on C.I.A.’s Use of Ex-Nazis:
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/06/washington/06cnd-nazi.html?_r=1

(New York Times) The Central Intelligence Agency took no action after learning the pseudonym and whereabouts of the fugitive Holocaust overseer Adolf Eichmann in 1958, according to C.I.A. documents that shed new light on the spy agency’s use of former Nazis as informers after World War II.

The C.I.A. was told by West German intelligence that Eichmann was living in Argentina under the name “Clemens” — a slight variation on his actual alias, Klement — but kept the information from Israel because of German concerns about exposure of former Nazis in the Bonn government, according to Timothy Naftali, a historian who examined the documents. Two years later, Israeli agents abducted Eichmann in Argentina and took him to Israel, where he was tried and executed in 1962.

The Eichmann papers are among 27,000 newly declassified pages released by the C.I.A. to the National Archives under Congressional pressure to make public files about former officials of Hitler’s regime later used as American agents. The material reinforces the view that most former Nazis gave American intelligence little of value and in some cases proved to be damaging double agents for the Soviet K.G.B., according to historians and members of the government panel that has worked to open the long-secret files.

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My Commentary: Be sure to fully research “OPERATION PAPERCLIP” in order to understand the complex and cozy relationship between our government and certain outlaws within the Nazi party after World War II. Learn how the CIA used American tax dollars to hire full-blown Nazi war criminals to positions of power, placing them on the government payrolls under assumed identities. And, our government not only helped certain Nazis escape prosecution, they also falsified immigration documents for them, and even whisked some them to safehaven within the United States and South America!

Obama Shields Torturers from Prosecution

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“Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. sought to reassure CIA employees that the government will not prosecute interrogators who followed legal advice.” (photo by Craig Ruttle – Associated Press)

“Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. sought to reassure CIA employees that the government will not prosecute interrogators who followed legal advice.”
(photo by Craig Ruttle – Associated Press)

New Interrogation Details Emerge as Administration Releases Justice Department Memos:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/04/16/AR2009041602768.html

(Carrie Johnson, Julie Tate – Washington Post) Justice Department documents released yesterday offer the fullest account to date of Bush administration interrogation tactics, including previously unacknowledged strategies of slamming a prisoner into a wall and placing an insect near a detainee terrified of bugs.

Authorities said they will not prosecute CIA officers who used harsh interrogation techniques with the department’s legal blessing. But in a carefully worded statement, they left open the possibility that operatives and higher-level administration officials could face jeopardy if they ventured beyond the boundaries drawn by the Bush lawyers.

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My Commentary: I am absolutely DISGUSTED by Obama’s proclamation that “YES, WE CAN” protect TORTURERS from criminal PROSECUTION! Regardless of his apologist claims, to put war criminals on trial for the horrors they have engaged in has NOTHING to do with “RETRIBUTION” and EVERYTHING to do with JUSTICE!!! “Nothing will be gained by spending our time and energy laying blame for the past,” Obama claims? How about the fact that it would help put an end to the egregious human rights abuses that are STILL CURRENTLY BEING COMMITTED by the American government as a matter POLICY in the name of the “War on Terrorism,” with full “legal” authorization!?