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Blood On Our Hands

Author: Nicolas J. S. Davies
Publisher: Nimble Books LLC
ISBN: 193484098X
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The invasion and occupation of Iraq wasn't just a tragic mistake. It was a crime. From the planning of aggression in 2002 through years of hostile military occupation, the United States systematically violated the United Nations Charter, the Geneva Conventions and virtually every principle of international law and order. America's crimes against the people of Iraq were shielded from public scrutiny by what senior U.S. military officers called the "quiet, disguised, media-free approach" developed in Central America in the 1980s. The echo chamber of the Western corporate media fleshed out the Pentagon's propaganda to create a virtual Iraq in the minds of the public, feeding a political discourse that bore no relation to the real war it was waging, the country it was destroying or the lives of its inhabitants. In an easily readable and flowing narrative, Nicolas Davies has carefully taken apart the wall of propaganda surrounding one of history's most significant military disasters and most serious international crimes: non-existent WMDs; the equally fictitious "centuries-old sectarian blood feud" in Iraq; and the secrecy of the dirty war waged by American-led death squads. Unlike other writers, Davies has firmly placed each aspect of the war within a coherent context of illegal aggression, hostile military occupation and popular resistance, to uncover the brutal reality of a war that has probably killed at least a million people. "A clear, intelligent and accurate description of how we are involved in aggression in Iraq. Congratulations!" - Benjamin B. Ferencz, former Chief Prosecutor, U.S. War Crimes Tribunal, Nuremberg. "If the Iraq occupation lasts another 50 years, it's doubtful a better account of it will be produced than this one." - David Swanson, Author of Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency and Forming a More Perfect Union.

Modernizing Repression

Author: Jeremy Kuzmarov
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 1558499172
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As American troops became bogged down first in Iraq and then Afghanistan, a key component of U.S. strategy was to build up local police and security forces in an attempt to establish law and order. This approach, Jeremy Kuzmarov shows, is consistent with practices honed over more than a century in developing nations within the expanding orbit of the American empire. From the conquest of the Philippines and Haiti at the turn of the twentieth century through Cold War interventions and the War on Terror, police training has been valued as a cost-effective means of suppressing radical and nationalist movements, precluding the need for direct U.S. military intervention and thereby avoiding the public opposition it often arouses. Unlike the spectacular but ephemeral pyrotechnics of the battlefield, police training programs have had lasting consequences for countries under the American imperial umbrella, fostering new elites, creating powerful tools of social control, and stifling political reform. These programs have also backfired, breeding widespread resistance, violence, and instability--telltale signs of "blowback" that has done more to undermine than advance U.S. strategic interests abroad.

The Tragedy Of Iraq

Author: Hammad Nawaf Farhan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530739714
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SUMMARY Most readers in worldwide are thinking that Iraqis living in high life with great bounty. This thinking is related to Iraq is one of the top and front of oil countries in the world. In contrast the Iraqi citizens live below the poverty line for successive tragedies. Furthermore, many disasters have passed Iraq since the Iraqi-Iranian war which began in 1980 and continued 8 years. In addition, the occupation of Kuwait by Iraq in 1990 increased society problems. Following that, sanctions and the economic blockade period had continued more than 12 years. Moreover, the period of the invasion and occupation of Iraq which led by USA between 2003 and 2011. The worst, governments that came loyal to Iran could not control on administration corruption, murder and militias. 1/3 Iraqi families are homeless and abandoning the country to Europe. In addition, the poverty rate exceeded 30%. All of these circumstances have made Iraqis living on garbage heaps. Moreover, tens of thousands of graduated colleges, institutes and master's and doctoral degrees are still without work. In a country that floats on lakes of oil and gas. Therefore, this book and the following books will show readers worldwide the great tragedies experienced on the Iraqi people. Poverty, hunger, Children deprived of schools, diseases, epidemic diseases, unemployment, disabled and injured people by bombing cars, missing persons, ignorance and illiteracy. Now, Iraq has become worse after it was the flag at the forefront of the world. These reasons and others encouraged me to write this book and others. This book will review the following circumstances. Chapter 1: General introduction. Chapter 2: Invasion and occupation of Iraq in 2003 by USA. Chapter 3: Democrats responsibility. Chapter 4: USA and false democracy in Iraq. Chapter 5: Sunni provinces are safety valve of Iraq. Chapter 6: Society problems and diseases as results of invasion and occupation of Iraqi. Chapter 7: Who is responsible? Chapter 8: Urgent reforms are necessary to save Iraq. Chapter 9: general conclusions. Next book will explain in more details (Poverty in Iraq). We authored this book to focus on the most important psychological aspects, humanitarian and social and material hit the Iraqis as a result of the US invasion of Iraq since 2003: 1. Role of Ahmed Chalabi, (the godfather of the occupation), the leader of the Iraqi National Conference Party, its role in convincing the US administration and intelligence, in reverse and distortion facts that Iraq possesses weapons of mass destruction, which accelerated the US administration in the invasion of Iraq. 2. The book refutes US administration argument (allegation) that Iraq possesses weapons of mass destruction. After their occupation of Iraq, Americans themselves demonstrated that Iraq was free of these weapons. Disclosing the public opinion laid this allegation. 3. The book refutes the failure of the US administration to convince the Iraqis and the whole world to accept the false democracy. 4. This false Democracy encouraged growing of armed militias, Islamic State and terrorism (supported by Iran) in Iraq. After Iraq was free from them completely. 5. This false Democracy caused persecution of Sunnis in Iraq (displace). 6. The loss of security and safety after the dissolution of the Iraqi army, police, institutions and ministries by Bremer the American governor. 7. The increasing Iranian influence. 8. Displacement millions of Iraqis Sunni from their areas to Kurdistan and Europe. 9. The full destruction of infrastructure and the lack of electricity, water health and education services. 10. The increasing rate of unemployment. 11. Spread of financial and administrative corruption in all parts of state. 12. Spread of diseases among the community and at the forefront of cancerous diseases as a result of radiation emitted from bombs and explosives that led to distortions in births and the high proportion of infertility in women and men

Blood On Their Hands

Author: Forrest P. Redd
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761846031
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In Blood on Their Hands, author Forrest Redd unravels the past eight years of the Bush Administration in an attempt to prove why George W. Bush should be convicted of inciting an illegal war. Fueled by the outcome of the 2004 election, Redd demonstrates how the right-leaning media pundits assisted Bush in misleading the public and why the American people share the responsibility of Bush's disappointing, dangerous presidency. In reevaluating the way the American people handled the Bush Administration, Redd transfers the blame for eight years of failures and atrocities from Bush squarely to the shoulders of the American voters. Redd also includes chapters on the Supreme Court's role in determining the 2000 election, a side-by-side comparison of Kerry and Bush in the 2004 election, and a reaction to the proposed change brought about by the 2008 election. Ultimately, Blood on Their Hands is a call to the nation to come together and practice common sense, strive for enlightenment, and exercise decency, tolerance, and compassion.

American Invasions

Author: Rocky M. Mirza Ph. D.
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426938489
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"American Invasions: Canada to Afghanistan, 1775 to 2010" is a thought-provoking analysis of the reasons for American invasions and warmongering over the last two centuries. Contrary to the views expressed by the Western media and Western historians the American Empire is not a force for the promotion of free thinking and democracy but instead a force for imperial conquests and imposed dictatorships through the use of a military-industrial complex, fed by the American Empire outspending the rest of the world combined, on weapons of mass destruction. The American Empire has used and will continue to use the most sophisticated weapons, from nuclear bombs to bunker-busting bombs to land mines to chemical and biological weapons, on defenseless men, women, and children to feed its insatiable appetite for warmongering and imperial expansion. It combines military bases around the world with military prisons used for torture and extraction of information. Its navy patrols every corner of the globe, and its planes can rain down bombs from the heavens on every civilian on the planet.

Against All Enemies

Author: Richard A. Clarke
Publisher: Hoffmann und Campe
ISBN: 3455850790
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"Fast 500.000 verkaufte Exemplare in drei Tagen - die Enthüllung von Bushs ehemaligem Terrorberater Richard Clarke schlägt alle Rekorde" (SPIEGEL ONLINE) Binnen weniger Tage wurde "Against All Enemies" zu einem hochbrisanten Politikum, über das die Medien weltweit berichteten. Was macht die Schlagkraft dieses Buches aus? "Die Bush-Administration hat die Gelegenheit verpasst, Al Qaida zu zerschlagen", schreibt Richard A. Clarke. Sie habe alle Warnungen vor Al Qaida ignoriert, in einem unnötigen Krieg gegen Irak wertvolle Zeit verloren und dem Terrorismus Gelegenheit gegeben, sich neu zu organisieren. Wie kein anderer ist Clarke berechtigt, ein solches Urteil zu fällen. Zwei Jahrzehnte seines Lebens hat er dem Kampf gegen den Terrorismus gewidmet. Er war unter Clinton und Bush Cheforganisator der amerikanischen Anti-Terror-Politik und leitete in den entscheidenden Stunden nach den Anschlägenvom 11. September den Krisenstab im Weißen Haus. Sein Bericht, der sich auf die Entwicklungen vom ersten Golfkrieg bis zu "Bushs Vietnam" im Irak konzentriert, liest sich wie ein autobiografischer Thriller.

Wer Beherrscht Die Welt

Author: Noam Chomsky
Publisher: Ullstein eBooks
ISBN: 3843714436
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„Die Frage, wer die Welt regiert, kann nicht eindeutig beantwortet werden. Aber die einflussreichsten Akteure sind klar auszumachen.“ Auch nach der Ära Obama gilt: Die USA betrachten sich grundsätzlich als die Guten – selbst dann, wenn sie das Gleiche tun wie jene, denen sie Böses unterstellen: Zivilflugzeuge abschießen, willkürlich Leute inhaftieren und mit Drohnen umbringen oder in fremde Länder einmarschieren. Das Primat der militärischen Intervention und der unerbittliche Drang, alleinige Weltmacht zu bleiben, bilden die Konstanten der amerikanischen Politik – auch wenn dadurch Staaten ins Chaos und Menschen ins Verderben getrieben werden. Im Land dagegen haben die Reichen und Mächtigen fast freie Hand, jenseits demokratischer Kontrollen und unbeachtet von einer zunehmend gleichgültigen Bevölkerung. Wohin führt uns das? Welche Folgen hat das für den Rest der Welt? In seiner so brillanten wie präzisen Analyse zeigt Noam Chomsky die fatalen Folgen der imperialen Politik der USA für das ohnehin immer chaotischere Zusammenleben auf unserem Planeten.

Blackwater

Author: Jeremy Scahill
Publisher: Antje Kunstmann
ISBN: 3888978548
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Kaum jemand hatte von der Firma Blackwater gehört, als am 16. September 2007 im Irak 17 Zivilisten erschossen wurden – von einem Söldnertrupp. Schnell stellte sich heraus, dass sie zu einer Art Privatarmee gehörten, die im Irak und anderswo für die USA Krieg führt, unbemerkt von der Öffentlichkeit und immun gegen Strafverfolgung. Blackwater: die mächtigste militärische Dienst­leis­tungsfirma der Welt. Ihr Gründer Erik Prince, Multimillionär und christlicher Fundamentalist, hat beste Kontakte zur Regierung. Und erkennt nach dem 11. September 2001, wie viel Geld sich mit dem »Outsourcing« militärischer Leistungen verdienen lässt: Bushs »Krieg gegen den Terror« ist die Steilvorlage für den kometenhaften Aufstieg der Firma. Blackwaters Elitesoldaten schützen US-Politiker und Geschäftsleute im Irak – gegen ein Gehalt, von dem GIs nur träumen können. Blackwater kann bei Bedarf Truppen und eine Flugzeugflotte zur Verfügung stellen, groß genug, Regierungen zu stürzen. Blackwaters Söldner bewachen Öl-Pipelines, seine »Sicherheitskräfte« patrouillierten nach Katrina in den Straßen von New Orleans. Doch erst jetzt fällt dem US-Kongress auf, dass die martialischen Rambos keinerlei parlamentarischer Kontrolle, keiner Gerichtsbarkeit unterliegen. Mit seiner glänzend recherchierten Geschichte der Firma Blackwater zeigt Jeremy Scahill überzeugend auf, welche Gefahren der Demokratie drohen, wenn die Regierung ihr Gewaltmonopol privatisiert.