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Trump Orders Children Murdered!!


Scahill, a national security correspondent for The Nation magazine and producer of the 2013 documentary Dirty Wars, has been on the ground and experienced first hand the devastation wrought by U.S. drones upon innocent civilians in places like Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen where he says the Obama administration is killing people indiscriminately in covert, undeclared wars.

“We’re doing night raids, drone strikes, cruise missile attacks. We’re killing a tremendous number of innocent civilians and we’re killing people whose identities we don’t even know,” Scahill told Colbert talking about a secret war being conducted in Afghanistan being concealed by a larger, more public war.

[The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people.

Zbigniew Brzezinski - Barack Obama's Foreign Policy Advisor, Author of The Grand Chessboard


Killing For Peace? More Civilian Deaths Now Than Under Obama


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Changing rules of engagement, increased bombing runs, and granting field officers more authority to call in drone strikes has resulted in far more civilian casualties in the ongoing US wars in Afghanistan and the Middle East. Will this acceleration lead to quicker victory? Or is it planting the seeds for yet more expansion of the war?





President Trump To Unleash The CIA Drones

According to recent media reports, President Trump is planning to lift the restrictions on the CIA's use of drones worldwide. Will this new "counterterrorism" strategy create more terrorists than it kills?

Monitoring and assessing civilian casualties from international airstrikes in Iraq, Syria and Libya. Seeking transparency and accountability from belligerents, and advocating on behalf of affected civilians. Archiving open-source reports, and military claims by nations.




Globalists Using Donald Trump To Take America Into War

Chuck Baldwin
Published: Thursday, May 25, 2017

(An Excerpt From The Article)

I already reported how Donald Trump killed more people in the month of March than all of the so-called terror states of the world combined. And Trump only became a more proficient killer in the month of April. “The Airwars monitoring group has compiled reports of 1,280 to 1,744 civilians killed by at least 2,237 bombs and missiles that rained down from U.S. and allied warplanes in April (1,609 on Iraq and 628 on Syria). The heaviest casualties were in and around Old Mosul and West Mosul, where 784 to 1,074 civilians were reported killed, but the area around Tabqa in Syria also suffered heavy civilian casualties.”

See the report here:

The Silent Slaughter Of The US Air War

This is the same Donald Trump who on the campaign trail told Fox & Friends, “Who blew up the World Trade Center? It wasn't the Iraqis, it was Saudi--take a look at Saudi Arabia, open the documents.” Now, instead of opening the documents ON Saudi Arabia, Trump is opening the purse FOR Saudi Arabia.

What is it about Christians and conservatives that they can be so easily duped into supporting war? What is it that makes them not only overlook and excuse wars of aggression but also enthusiastically endorse and champion such wars? Nothing builds the size and scope of government like WAR; nothing creates socialist government like WAR; nothing causes people to accept authoritarian government like WAR; nothing separates families like WAR; nothing leaves children homeless and helpless like WAR; nothing fills the political swamp like WAR; nothing empowers globalists like WAR; nothing destroys a country’s economy like WAR; nothing destroys truth like WAR; and nothing sears the conscience of a people like WAR. Yet, professing Christians and conservatives from Alex Jones to Jerry Falwell, Jr. to Mike Huckabee to Tony Perkins continue to laud Donald Trump as a great “conservative” even as he prepares to take America into yet another senseless, unconstitutional, and perhaps global WAR.










"This horror, and I’m sorry it’s hard to see, is caused in part by our decision to facilitate a bombing campaign that is Murdering Children!

-- Senator Chris Murphy --


‘Untold 1000s of innocent victims will die’: UN urges end of Yemen blockade

Published on Nov 17, 2017

The heads of three UN agencies issued a fresh plea for the Saudi-led military coalition to lift its blockade on Yemen.


Senator Murphy Demands Congressional Action On Saudi Arabia’s Blockade In Yemen

Senator Chris Murphy
Published on Nov 14, 2017

“What they are doing is a gross violation of human rights law. And it would be one thing if the United States was a mere observer, but we are a participant in this. This horror, and I’m sorry it’s hard to see, is caused in part by our decision to facilitate a bombing campaign that is murdering children!”

"This is a stain on the conscience of our nation if we continue to be silent."

"I hope that we make clear that there is NO legal authorization for the Unted States to be part of a war inside Yemen. Congress has NOT given the authorization for this president to engage in these military activities."

-- Senator Chris Murphy --

As US Fuels War Crimes in Yemen, House Says US Involvement is Unauthorized

Published on Nov 17, 2017

Overwhelming support for the nonbinding resolution, which passed the House 366-30, shows opposition to Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen is growing, but more pressure is needed to stop U.S. involvement, explains economist Mark Weisbrot of CEPR





The Silent Slaughter
of the US Air War

May 9, 2017

Exclusive: The U.S. mainstream media voiced moral outrage when Russian warplanes killed civilians in Aleppo but has gone silent as U.S. warplanes slaughter innocents in Mosul and Raqqa, notes Nicolas J S Davies.


By Nicolas J S Davies

April 2017 was another month of mass slaughter and unimaginable terror for the people of Mosul in Iraq and the areas around Raqqa and Tabqa in Syria, as the heaviest, most sustained U.S.-led bombing campaign since the American War in Vietnam entered its 33rd month.

The Airwars monitoring group has compiled reports of 1,280 to 1,744 civilians killed by at least 2,237 bombs and missiles that rained down from U.S. and allied warplanes in April (1,609 on Iraq and 628 on Syria). The heaviest casualties were in and around Old Mosul and West Mosul, where 784 to 1,074 civilians were reported killed, but the area around Tabqa in Syria also suffered heavy civilian casualties.

In other war zones, as I have explained in previous articles (here and here), the kind of “passive” reports of civilian deaths compiled by Airwars have only ever captured between 5 percent and 20 percent of the actual civilian war deaths revealed by comprehensive mortality studies. Iraqbodycount, which used a similar methodology to Airwars, had only counted 8 percent of the deaths discovered by a mortality study in occupied Iraq in 2006.

Airwars appears to be collecting reports of civilian deaths more thoroughly than Iraqbodycount 11 years ago, but it classifies large numbers of them as “contested” or “weakly reported,” and is deliberately conservative in its counting. For instance, in some cases, it has counted local media reports of “many deaths” as a minimum of one death, with no maximum figure. This is not to fault Airwars’ methods, but to recognize its limitations in contributing to an actual estimate of civilian deaths.

Allowing for various interpretations of Airwars’ data, and assuming that, like such efforts in the past, it is capturing between 5 percent and 20 percent of actual deaths, a serious estimate of the number of civilians killed by the U.S.-led bombing campaign since 2014 would by now have to be somewhere between 25,000 and 190,000. (Article Continues Below)


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The Pentagon recently revised its own facetious estimate of the number of civilians it has killed in Iraq and Syria since 2014 to 352. That is less than a quarter of the 1,446 victims whom Airwars has positively identified by name.

Airwars has also collected reports of civilians killed by Russian bombing in Syria, which outnumbered its reports of civilians killed by U.S.-led bombing for most of 2016. However, since the U.S.-led bombing escalated to over 10,918 bombs and missiles dropped in the first three months of 2017, the heaviest bombardment since the campaign began in 2014, Airwars’ reports of civilians killed by U.S.-led bombing have surpassed reports of deaths from Russian bombing.

Because of the fragmentary nature of all Airwars’ reports, this pattern may or may not accurately reflect whether the U.S. or Russia has really killed more civilians in each of these periods. There are many factors that could affect that.

For example, Western governments and NGOs have funded and supported the White Helmets and other groups who report civilian casualties caused by Russian bombing, but there is no equivalent Western support for the reporting of civilian casualties from the Islamic State-held areas that the U.S. and its allies are bombing. If Airwars’ reporting is capturing a greater proportion of actual deaths in one area than another due to factors like this, it could lead to differences in the numbers of reported deaths that do not reflect differences in actual deaths.

Shock, Awe … and Silence

To put the 79,000 bombs and missiles with which the U.S. and its allies have bombarded Iraq and Syria since 2014 in perspective, it is worth reflecting back to the “more innocent” days of “Shock and Awe” in March 2003. As NPR reporter Sandy Tolan reported in 2003, one of the architects of that campaign predicted that dropping 29,200 bombs and missiles on Iraq would have, “the non-nuclear equivalent of the impact that the atomic weapons dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki had on Japan.”

When “Shock and Awe” was unleashed on Iraq in 2003, it dominated the news all over the world. But after eight years of “disguised, quiet, media-free” war under President Obama, the U.S. mass media don’t even treat the daily slaughter from this heavier, more sustained bombardment of Iraq and Syria as news. They cover single mass casualty events for a few days, but quickly resume normal “Trump Show” programming.

As in George Orwell’s 1984, the public knows that our military forces are at war with somebody somewhere, but the details are sketchy. “Is that still a thing?” “Isn’t North Korea the big issue now?”

There is almost no political debate in the U.S. over the rights and wrongs of the U.S. bombing campaign in Iraq and Syria. Never mind that bombing Syria without authorization from its internationally recognized government is a crime of aggression and a violation of the U.N. Charter. The freedom of the United States to violate the U.N. Charter at will has already been politically (not legally!) normalized by 17 years of serial aggression, from the bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 to the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, to drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen.

So who will enforce the Charter now to protect civilians in Syria, who already face violence and death from all sides in a bloody civil and proxy war, in which the U.S. was already deeply complicit well before it began bombing Syria in 2014?

In terms of U.S. law, three successive U.S. regimes have claimed that their unconstrained violence is legally justified by the Authorization for the Use of Military Force passed by the U.S. Congress in 2001. But sweeping as it was, that bill said only,

“That the President is authorized to use all necessary and appropriate force against those nations, organizations, or persons he determines planned, authorized, committed or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11th, 2001, or harbored such organizations or persons, in order to prevent any future acts of international terrorism against the United States by such nations, organizations or persons.”

How many of the thousands of civilians the U.S. has killed in Mosul in the past few months played any such role in the September 11th terrorist attacks? Every person reading this knows the answer to that question: probably not one of them. If one of them was involved, it would be by sheer coincidence.

Any impartial judge would reject a claim that this legislation authorized 16 years of war in at least eight countries, the overthrow of governments that had nothing to do with 9/11, the killing of about 2 million people and the destabilization of country after country – just as surely as the judges at Nuremberg rejected the German defendants’ claims that they invaded Poland, Norway and the U.S.S.R. to prevent or “preempt” imminent attacks on Germany.

U.S. officials may claim that the 2002 Iraq AUMF legitimizes the bombardment of Mosul. That law at least refers to the same country. But while it is also still on the books, the whole world knew within months of its passage that it used false premises and outright lies to justify overthrowing a government that the U.S. has since destroyed.

The U.S. war in Iraq officially ended with the withdrawal of the last U.S. occupation forces in 2011. The AUMF did not and could not possibly have approved allying with a new regime in Iraq 14 years later to attack one of its cities and kill thousands of its people.


Killing For Peace? More Civilian Deaths Now Than Under Obama


Streamed live 5 hours ago

Changing rules of engagement, increased bombing runs, and granting field officers more authority to call in drone strikes has resulted in far more civilian casualties in the ongoing US wars in Afghanistan and the Middle East. Will this acceleration lead to quicker victory? Or is it planting the seeds for yet more expansion of the war?


Caught in a Web of War Propaganda

Do we really not know what war is? Has it been too long since Americans experienced war on our own soil? Perhaps. But as thankfully distant as war may be from most of our daily lives, we cannot pretend that we do not know what it is or what horrors it brings.

This month, two friends and I visited our Congresswoman’s office representing our local Peace Action affiliate, Peace Justice Sustainability Florida, to ask her to cosponsor legislation to prohibit a U.S. nuclear first strike; to repeal the 2001 AUMF; to vote against the military budget; to cut off funding for the deployment of U.S. ground troops to Syria; and to support diplomacy, not war, with North Korea.

When one of my friends explained that he’d fought in Vietnam and started to talk about what he’d witnessed there, he had to stop to keep from crying. But the staffer didn’t need him to go on. She knew what he was talking about. We all do.

But if we all have to see dead and wounded children in the flesh before we can grasp the horror of war and take serious action to stop it and prevent it, then we face a bleak and bloody future. As my friend and too many like him have learned at incalculable cost, the best time to stop a war is before it starts, and the main lesson to learn from every war is: “Never again!”

Both Barack Obama and Donald Trump won the presidency partly by presenting themselves as “peace” candidates. This was a carefully calculated and calibrated element in both their campaigns, given the pro-war records of their main opponents, John McCain and Hillary Clinton. The American public’s aversion to war is a factor that every U.S. president and politician has to deal with, and promising peace before spinning us into war is an American political tradition that dates back to Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt.

As Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering admitted to American military psychologist Gustave Gilbert in his cell at Nuremberg, “Naturally, the common people don’t want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship.”

“There is one difference,” Gilbert insisted, “In a democracy, the people have some say in the matter through their elected representatives, and in the United States only Congress can declare wars.”

Goering was unimpressed by Madison‘s and Hamilton’s cherished constitutional safeguards. “Oh, that is all well and good,” he replied, “but, voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them that they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country.”

Our commitment to peace and our abhorrence of war are too easily undermined by the simple but timeless techniques Goering described. In the U.S. today, they are enhanced by several other factors, most of which also had parallels in World War Two Germany:

–Mass media that suppress public awareness of the human costs of war, especially when U.S. policy or U.S. forces are responsible.

–A media blackout on voices of reason who advocate alternative policies based on peace, diplomacy or the rule of international law.

–In the ensuing silence regarding rational alternatives, politicians and media present “doing something,” meaning war, as the only alternative to the perennial straw man of “doing nothing.”

–The normalization of war by stealth and deception, especially by public figures otherwise seen as trustworthy, like President Obama.

–The dependence of progressive politicians and organizations on funding from labor unions that have become junior partners in the military industrial complex.

–The political framing of U.S. disputes with other countries as entirely the result of actions by the other side, and the demonization of foreign leaders to dramatize and popularize these false narratives.

–The pretense that the U.S. role in overseas wars and global military occupation stems from a well-meaning desire to help people, not from U.S. strategic ambitions and business interests.

Taken altogether, this amounts to a system of war propaganda, in which the heads of TV networks bear a share of responsibility for the resulting atrocities along with political and military leaders. Trotting out retired generals to bombard the home front with euphemistic jargon, without disclosing the    hefty directors’ and consultants’ fees they collect from weapons manufacturers, is only one side of this coin.

The equally important flip-side is the media’s failure to even cover wars or the U.S. role in them, and their systematic marginalization of anyone who suggests there is anything morally or legally wrong with America’s wars.

The Pope and Gorbachev

Pope Francis recently suggested that a third party could act as a mediator to help resolve our country’s nearly 70-year-old conflict with North Korea. The Pope suggested Norway. Even more importantly, the Pope framed the problem as a dispute between the United States and North Korea, not, as U.S. officials do, as North Korea posing a problem or a threat to the rest of the world.

This is how diplomacy works best, by correctly and honestly identifying the roles that different parties are playing in a dispute or a conflict, and then working to resolve their disagreements and conflicting interests in a way that both sides can live with or even benefit from. The JCPOA that resolved the U.S. dispute with Iran over its civilian nuclear program is a good example of how this can work.

This kind of real diplomacy is a far cry from the brinksmanship, threats and aggressive alliances that have masqueraded as diplomacy under a succession of U.S. presidents and secretaries of state since Truman and Acheson, with few exceptions. The persistent desire of much of the U.S. political class to undermine the JCPOA with Iran is a measure of how U.S. officials cling to the use of threats and brinksmanship and are offended that the “exceptional” United States should have to come down from its high horse and negotiate in good faith with other countries.

At the root of these dangerous policies, as historian William Appleman Williams wrote in The Tragedy of American Diplomacy in 1959, lies the mirage of supreme military power that seduced U.S. leaders after the allied victory in the Second World War and the invention of nuclear weapons. After running headlong into the reality of an unconquerable post-colonial world in Vietnam, this American Dream of ultimate power faded briefly, only to be reborn with a vengeance after the end of the Cold War.

Much as its defeat in the First World War was not decisive enough to convince Germany that its military ambitions were doomed, a new generation of U.S. leaders saw the end of the Cold War as their chance to “kick the Vietnam syndrome” and revive America’s tragic bid for “full spectrum dominance.”

As Mikhail Gorbachev lamented in a speech in Berlin on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 2014, “the West, and particularly the United States, declared victory in the Cold War. Euphoria and triumphalism went to the heads of Western leaders. Taking advantage of Russia’s weakening and the lack of a counterweight, they claimed monopoly leadership and domination of the world, refusing to heed words of caution from many of those present here.”

This post-Cold War triumphalism has predictably led us into an even more convoluted maze of delusions, disasters and dangers than the Cold War itself. The folly of our leaders’ insatiable ambitions and recurrent flirtations with mass extinction are best symbolized by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ Doomsday Clock, whose hands once again stand at two and a half minutes to midnight.

The inability of the costliest war machine ever assembled to defeat lightly-armed resistance forces in country after country, or to restore stability to any of the countries it has destroyed, has barely dented the domestic power of the U.S. military-industrial complex over our political institutions and our national resources. Neither millions of deaths, trillions of dollars wasted, nor abject failure on its own terms has slowed the mindless spread and escalation of the “global war on terror.”

Futurists debate whether robotic technology and artificial intelligence will one day lead to a world in which autonomous robots could launch a war to enslave and destroy the human race, maybe even incorporating humans as components of the machines that will bring about our extinction. In the U.S. armed forces and military industrial complex, have we already created exactly such a semi-human, semi-technological organism that will not stop bombing, killing and destroying unless and until we stop it in its tracks and dismantle it?

Nicolas J S Davies is the author of Blood On Our Hands: the American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq. He also wrote the chapters on “Obama at War” in Grading the 44th President: a Report Card on Barack Obama’s First Term as a Progressive Leader.


Obama Orders Children Murdered!! 

Scahill, a national security correspondent for The Nation magazine and producer of the 2013 documentary Dirty Wars, has been on the ground and experienced first hand the devastation wrought by U.S. drones upon innocent civilians in places like Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen where he says the Obama administration is killing people indiscriminately in covert, undeclared wars.

“We’re doing night raids, drone strikes, cruise missile attacks. We’re killing a tremendous number of innocent civilians and we’re killing people whose identities we don’t even know,” Scahill told Colbert talking about a secret war being conducted in Afghanistan being concealed by a larger, more public war.

[The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people.

Zbigniew Brzezinski - Barack Obama's Foreign Policy Advisor, Author of The Grand Chessboard


Obama Orders Children Murdered

As Obama grandstands and uses the Sandy Hook crisis to, in the words of Eric Holder "brainwash the public" that guns are bad and the cause of violent crime and misery, We decided to show just a few of the documented cases of drone attacks that he personally ordered where children were killed. Drone attack after drone attack you will see the real face of the Globalists. This man does not care about children he cares about disarming the American people to bring in a totalitarian government.



Obama Orders Children Murdered!! 




"I no longer love blue skies": Drone strike victims testify before Congress







9yo Pakistani girl among US drone strike victims to address Congress

For the first time in its history, the US Congress is to hear directly from a family of survivors of an American drone strike in Pakistan. The main question is why their grand-mother was blown to pieces while looking after her garden. RT's Gayane Chichakyan spoke to the family.





'Will I Be Next?' Pakistan drone survivor evidence prompts calls for US war crime trials 





Calling Out The Hypocritical, War-Loving Left 

For much of the last decade, the left participated in activism and protests condemning the Bush administration's wars of aggression, and calling for the President's impeachment. Now that it is a Democrat in the White House, however, these self-same activists are suddenly shying away from impeachment as a way to stop the American war machine. Find out more about the movement to impeach Obama -- and its opponents in the phoney "anti-war" left -- in this week's GRTV Backgrounder.










US drone strikes could be classed as war crimes, says Amnesty International

Joint report with Human Rights Watch judges US attacks in Yemen and Pakistan to have broken international human rights law



US officials responsible for the secret CIA drone campaign against suspected terrorists in Pakistan may have committed war crimes and should stand trial, a report by a leading human rights group warns. Amnesty International has highlighted the case of a grandmother who was killed while she was picking vegetables and other incidents which could have broken international laws designed to protect civilians.

The report is issued in conjunction with an investigation by Human Rights Watch detailing missile attacks in Yemen which the group believes could contravene the laws of armed conflict, international human rights law and Barack Obama's own guidelines on drones.

The reports are being published while Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan's prime minister, is in Washington. Sharif has promised to tell Obama that the drone strikes – which have caused outrage in Pakistan – must end.

Getting to the bottom of individual strikes is exceptionally difficult in the restive areas bordering Afghanistan, where thousands of militants have settled. People are often terrified of speaking out, fearing retribution from both militants and the state, which is widely suspected of colluding with the CIA-led campaign.

There is also a risk of militants attempting to skew outside research by forcing interviewees into "providing false or inaccurate information", the report said.

But Amnesty mounted a major effort to investigate nine of the many attacks to have struck the region over the last 18 months, including one that killed 18 labourers in North Waziristan as they waited to eat dinner in an area of heavy Taliban influence in July 2012. All those interviewed by Amnesty strongly denied any of the men had been involved in militancy. Even if they were members of a banned group, that would not be enough to justify killing them, the report said.

"Amnesty International has serious concerns that this attack violated the prohibition of the arbitrary deprivation of life and may constitute war crimes or extrajudicial executions," the report said. It called for those responsible to stand trial.

The US has repeatedly claimed very few civilians have been killed by drones. It argues its campaign is conducted "consistent with all applicable domestic and international law".

The Amnesty report supports media accounts from October last year that a 68-year-old woman called Mamana Bibi was killed by a missile fired from a drone while she was picking okra outside her home in North Waziristan with her grandchildren nearby. A second strike minutes later injured family members tending her.

If true, the case is striking failure of a technology much vaunted for its accuracy. It is claimed the remote-controlled planes are able to observe their targets for hours or even days to verify them, and that the explosive force of the missiles is designed to limit collateral damage. As with other controversial drone strikes, the US has refused to acknowledge or explain what happened.

Amnesty said it accepts some US drone strikes may not violate the law, "but it is impossible to reach any firm assessment without a full disclosure of the facts surrounding individual attacks and their legal basis. The USA appears to be exploiting the lawless and remote nature of the region to evade accountability for its violations," it said.

In Yemen, another country where US drones are active, Human Rights Watch highlighted six incidents, two of which were a "clear violation of international humanitarian law". The remaining four may have broken the laws of armed conflict because the targets were illegitimate or because not enough was done to minimise civilian harm, the report said.

It also argued that some of the Yemen attacks breach the guidelines announced by Obama earlier this year in his first major speech on a programme that is officially top secret. For example, the pledge to kill suspects only when it is impossible to capture them appears to have been ignored on 17 April this year when an al-Qaida leader was blown up in a township in Dhamar province in central Yemen, Human Rights Watch said.

An attack on a truck driving 12 miles south of the capital Sana'a reportedly killed two al-Qaida suspects but also two civilians who had been hired by the other men. That means the attack could have been illegal because it "may have caused disproportionate harm to civilians".

The legal arguments over drones are extremely complex, with much controversy focusing on whether or not the places where they are used amount to war zones.

Amnesty said some of the strikes in Pakistan might be covered by that claim, but rejected a "global war doctrine" that allows the US to attack al-Qaida anywhere in the world.

"To accept such a policy would be to endorse state practices that fundamentally undermine crucial human rights protections that have been painstakingly developed over more than a century of international law-making," the report said.








 Activists to Obama: Stop the proliferation of drones


 Anti-drone activists from across the country poured into Washington D.C. this weekend for a three day call to action, starting with a march from the White House to the headquarters of drone manufacturer, General Atomics. What followed was two-day summit that took an in-depth look at the US' controversial drone warfare program -- one, activists, say stands in direct violation of international law. RT's Ameera David reports.







'Why you kill my family?' Civilian Yemeni drone victims call US to account

Yemen is one of the hardest-hit targets of America's deadly drone campaign. But despite President Obama's promise of more transparency, relatively little is known about who is actually being killed there. RT's Lucy Kafanov was able to reach one Yemeni village, where a community has been devastated by the effects of drone strikes.







Drone strike kills 15 wedding-goers instead of Al-Qaeda convoy in Yemen

Fifteen people who had been heading to a wedding in Yemen have been killed in an air strike. Local media reported that a drone attack had been responsible, and the party-goers had been hit instead of an Al-Qaeda convoy. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/5wcf54






Drones kill rescuers in 'double tap', say activists


Obama Orders Children Murdered!!

Drones are often lauded for their supposed precision and accuracy. Sometimes, though, the machines - and their human operators - make mistakes, as two new reports from human rights organisations show.

The first round of missiles struck a tent in Zowi Sidgi, a village in North Waziristan, at dusk on 6 July 2012. A small group of miners and woodcutters had gathered there for dinner, according to Amnesty International's Mustafa Qadri.

The tent burned. Friends and family members came running to help. A moment later, there was another drone strike. Many of the people who had come to assist their friends and relatives in the tent were also killed.

Altogether 18 people died in the two rounds of drone strikes. One of the victims was a 14-year-old boy. The strikes in Zowi Sidgi fall into a special category of attacks, said Qadri, a lethal operation that includes two phases.

Obama Orders Children Murdered!! 

For these attacks, the US relies on consecutive rounds of strikes - missiles are dropped, killing people. A moment later - when people in the area have raced to the scene to help the wounded, another round of missiles is dropped.

'Particularly shocking' 

This practice, known as a "double tap", as journalists have described, is being used more often.


“If you're a military-aged male, you're considered a target”

Mustafa Qadr Amnesty International Drones: How do drones work? 

"They appear to be targeting those who have come in to help those who are injured," said Qadri. "And that's particularly shocking."

His research appears in an Amnesty International report.

In a May speech at Fort McNair in Washington, however, US President Barack Obama said the drone strikes in Pakistan and other countries are "effective" and "legal".

"Before any strike is taken, there must be near certainty that no civilians will be killed or injured - the highest standard we can set," he said.

A Human Rights Watch study on drone strikes in Yemen has also been released. For the Human Rights Watch report, researchers looked at six strikes that took place in Yemen from 2009-13. Researchers claim that two of the attacks violated the laws of war "because they struck only civilians or used indiscriminate weapons".

 Obama Orders Children Murdered!! 

More than 640 people have been killed in US-directed drone strikes in Yemen over the past decade, according to New America Foundation.

During this period of time, about 2,065 people were killed in strikes in Pakistan.

Most of the people who have been killed in the strikes were militants, as research done byaccording to New America Foundation has shown. But sometimes the wrong individuals are targeted.

Americans rely on information gathered by the CIA, the National Security Agency and other US agencies, as documents from former contractor Edward Snowden reveal, to plan some of the strikes.

Individuals who are planning the strikes use the information in order to determine whether or not to carry out an assault - and who should be targeted.

When contacted by the BBC, CIA officials declined to comment.

Child killed 

In addition Americans may rely on so-called "pattern of life" analysis, which means they study a group of people over time in order to see if they are doing anything suspicious. The definition can be broad. Indeed Qadri and other activists believe the definition is so vague that innocent people are killed as a result.

"If you're a military-aged male, you're considered a target," he said.

Obama Orders Children Murdered!! 

For the Amnesty International report, researchers interviewed more than 60 people, including individuals who saw the strikes in Pakistan occur. Some of the interviews were done in North Waziristan. Based on this research, Qadri and others believe the drone strike in Zowi Sidgi was wrong.

"Let's assume the US made a mistake in the first strike," he said. "But in the second round it should have been clear that they were killing civilians. A child was killed.

"It's up to the US to tell us why they were targeted," he said. "In the absence of that, it's an unlawful killing."


Obama Orders Children Murdered!!






Obama Orders Children Murdered!!



EXCLUSIVE Nasser al-Awlaki to Obama: Why Did You Kill My U.S.-Born Son, Grandson in Drone Strikes?

In a broadcast exclusive, Nasser al-Awkali speaks out for the first time since the Obama administration confirmed drones had killed four U.S. citizens, including his son, Anwar, and teenage grandson, Abdulrahman. The cleric Anwar al-Awlaki was killed in Yemen on Sept. 30, 2011. Anwar’s 16-year-old son was killed in another drone strike two weeks later. "If the United States government gave me concrete evidence against Anwar, I would have done my best to convince Anwar to come to Sana’a or to go even to the United States to face a trial. But it was only allegations," al-Awlaki says, noting he believes the United States could have easily captured him alive. We also speak with Anwar’s uncle, Saleh bin Fareed, a Yemeni sheikh and tribal leader. "I am sure I could have handed him over — me and my family — but they never, ever asked us to do that," Fareed says. The story of the al-Awlakis is featured prominently in the new documentary film opening today, "Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield," directed by Richard Rowley and written by Jeremy Scahill and David Riker.






Report: More Drone Strike Deaths Since Obama Announced New “Constraint”

Each drone strike now kills more people on average in Yemen, Pakistan


Steve Watson
Nov 26, 2013

A new report from a leading watchdog on drone missile use concludes that there have been more deaths from strikes in the six months AFTER president Obama announced a new “constraint” on use of the technology than there were in the six months before.

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism in London says that their new analysis calls into question the promise by Obama to limit the use of drones in targeted killings of suspected terrorists overseas.

Obama made the remarks in an address at the National Defense University back in May, stating that “The same human progress that gives us the technology to strike half a world away also demands the discipline to constrain that power – or risk abusing it.”

The president even called into question the morality of drone missile use, and briefed the media on a potential overhaul of targeted killing policy and so called ‘signature strikes’.



The headlines that followed suggested that there was to be “important shifts in the policy of using unmanned drones to kill citizens of other countries.” The Mainstream media reported that the US military would be exclusively handed responsibility for all drone strikes outside of Afghanistan, and that deaths from the attacks would likely be significantly reduced.

None of that has happened.

Indeed, as the Bureau reports, While the number of covert strikes fell in Yemen and Pakistan in the six months after the speech, “the overall death toll has increased.”

“In Yemen, civilians have reportedly been killed in drone strikes after the speech.” the report notes. “Between six and seven civilians were reported killed, two of whom were said to be children.”

“It also emerged this month that the US knew it had killed civilians in strikes after the speech.” the report continues.

“The LA Times reported that the CIA briefed Congress about civilian casualties, including a child aged 6-13 who had been riding in a car with his older brother, an alleged militant, when the drones attacked. The CIA reportedly did not know he was in the car at the time.”

The Bureau notes that every single drone strike in Yemen in the six months since Obama’s speech came during one intense two week period in late July and August. Eight strikes were carried out in response, we were told, to intelligence that a Yemeni terrorist plot was about to go live.

In the same period, the US temporarily closed over 20 embassies and consulates in Africa and the Middle East, fearing a repeat of the Benghazi attack of 2012.

It is thought that at least 29 people were killed by the drone strikes, “but only three of them were described in reports as significant leaders in the group.” the Bureau notes.

In Pakistan, the prevailing trend of fewer deaths from drone strikes since 2009 has been reversed since Obama promised more restraint. “In the six months before the speech, an average of 3.5 people were killed in each strike. Since the speech this has risen to almost five.” the report notes.

Many of the strikes in Pakistan were thought to have targeted Hakimullah Mehsud, leader of the Pakistan Taliban, who is now reported to have been killed three times already.

Amnesty International has declared that the drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen are responsible for unlawful killings, some of which could amount to war crimes.

In October, a 97-page report by Human Rights Watch came to the conclusion that drone strikes against suspected members of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen are killing more civilians than suspected terrorists. The report noted that out of 82 people killed in 6 HRW case study attacks, 57 were civilians.


Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.

This article was posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at 11:21 am




RT special report: US drone strike rips Yemeni community apart


Published time: November 19, 2013 15:30
Edited time: November 20, 2013 10:07


The price of America’s drone war is normally borne in silence by nameless victims in distant lands left to pick up the pieces. RT’s Lucy Kafanov visited Yemen to put a human face to a community forever changed by yet another anonymous strike from above.

“One drone changed this sleepy farming village forever. Less than an hour from Yemen’s capital, Khawlan is far removed from Al-Qaeda’s operations. But without warning it was thrust into the war on terror," RT's Lucy Kafanov, who visited the community ravaged by a drone attack, reports.

In the remote Yemeni village of Khawlan, the death of Ali Nasser al-Qawli, a math teacher and father of three, thrust a small farming community into the heart of the global war on terror.

On January 23, Ali Nasser was riding alongside his 20-year-old cousin Salim, who drove a borrowed Toyoto as a taxi. Salim made the fatal mistake of picking up two strangers who turned out to be suspected al-Qaeda militants. The story of what happened next is all too familiar in Yemen, the second most deadly hotspot in the clandestine US drone program, after Pakistan.

Witnesses first reported an ominous whirring sound in the sky and then suddenly, like a bolt out of the blue, a hellfire missile whizzed through the air, turning the vehicle and everyone inside into a charred wreck.


“The smell of death was everywhere,” Ali Nasser’s brother Muhammad al-Qawli said. “Some bodies were burned beyond recognition. The rest were ripped to shreds and scattered all around. I found a part of Salim inside the car, the rest was outside. We only recognized him by a piece of his pants. You couldn’t tell who was who – if they were even human. It was sickening.” 

Ten months later, from the school where he taught math to the home where his family depended on him, his absence is as conspicuous as it is painful.

In the case of Salim, the loss is equally acute. His mother, Um Salim al-Qawli, showed Kafanov where her son used to sleep. Though she knows it would be better to clear away his things, she cannot bear the thought – despite the fact that he will never come home.

"God help us. I didn’t understand until the next day that an American drone killed my son,” she told RT. “Why? Tell me. May Allah deprive them of their souls like they robbed us of our son. He was the only one providing for this family. Now all we have left now is our tears.” 




“The US War on Terror has no borders, often waged remotely with cruise missiles and drones. It's an undeclared global battlefield in which Yemen is just one of the frontlines, a fight against groups like Al-Qaeda, in which civilians also end up paying a price.” Kafanov said.

US President Barack Obama has publicly vowed that the “highest standard” is employed to ensure that no civilians are targeted in drone strikes. Obama, who also once reportedly proclaimed he was really good at killing people, also joked during the 2010 White House Correspondents Diner he would take out the Jonas Brothers with a predator drone strike if they “got any ideas” about his young daughters.

Last month, a 97-page report by Human Rights Watch concluded that US drone strikes against Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), Yemen’s branch of the global terror network, had an extremely high civilian kill rate. Out of 82 people killed in 6 HRW case study attacks, 57 were civilians. Several days earlier, a UN investigator accused the US of drastically downplaying the number of civilians killed in anti-terrorist drone operations. On the same day the Human Rights Watch report was published, Amnesty International said US officials responsible for carrying out drone strikes may be responsible for war crimes.



The Obama administration maintains that unmanned drones are a better way to neutralize terror threats than sending in troops, arguing it is “the course of action least likely to result in the loss of innocent life."

"Let us remember that the terrorists we are after target civilians, and the death toll from their acts of terrorism against Muslims dwarfs any estimate of civilian casualties from drone strikes," Obama said in a speech earlier this year.

The terrorist threat in Yemen cannot be understated. In September, for example, at least 56 members of the country's security forces were kill in three simultaneous attacks carried out by Al-Qaeda. On Sept. 30, dozens of gunmen stormed and captured the headquarters of the Yemeni army's second division in the eastern city of al-Mukalla, taking military personnel hostage. Military officials said four Yemeni soldiers were killed and nine injured in the ensuing effort to retake the facility, which Al-Qaeda accused of being a US drone base.

In May 2012, a suicide bomber killed more than 100 Yemeni soldiers rehearsing for a military parade.Yemeni jihadists have also been accused of a failed 2009 assassination attempt on a Saudi prince and the British ambassador in the capital Sanaa.

As a terrorist threat, Al-Qaeda in Yemen is equally potent abroad. The American Enterprise Institute’s Critical Threats Project said “The most direct threat to the US homeland today emanates from AQAP, which has attempted to attack the United States homeland at least three times since its establishment in January 2009.”

AQAP has been implicated in Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab's failed 2009 Christmas Day “underwear” bombing on Northwest Airlines Flight 253, Faisal Shahzad's attempted 2010 Times Square bombing, and a failed plot to down cargo flights bound for Chicago.

Critics maintain that the drone strikes program has done nothing to stem the growth of Al-Qaeda, and has even increased support for the terror network.

Despite more than a decade of US counter-terrorism efforts and drone strikes to combat jihadists in Yemen, the number of Al-Qaeda militants in the country has reportedly grown dramatically in recent years. From a few hundred militants in 2010, there were more than 1,000 in 2012, CIA director and US former anti-terror chief John Brennan said.

Writing for The Nation in 2012, Jeremy Scahill reported that US counter-terror operations, and primarily the drone war, have in fact ignited an Islamist uprising in the country.

For Ali Nasser’s family, who had never known the threat of an Al-Qaeda attack, the war on terror found them. Now, the prospect of justice seems as distant as the US drone pilots who changed their community forever.









Counter Intelligence, Part V

- Drone Nation -


America's Drone Wars

 We Have to Talk

About the Boy in the Ambulance...

Published on Jul 7, 2013
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Shining a Light on Black Operations

Part 5: Drone Nation
After President Obama signed the 2011 NDAA, the US government is allowed to kidnap and detain its own citizens without any warning or notification. A simple accusation of "terrorism" is all that is needed to murder innocents with drones from command centers thousands of miles away. Whatever your opinion of Anwar al Awlaki, his 2011 murder by drone strike, and subsequent lack of outrage, sets a dangerous precedent for Americans' liberty and security from its own government.   



"Unmanned" investigates the impact of U.S. drone strikes at home and abroad, observing their effect on the War on Terror, the lives of individuals, and U.S. foreign policy.

Obama's Next Assassination Target

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Obama Unapologetic About Drone Massacre Of Yemen Wedding Party

US Continues Extra-Judicial Drone Assassinations In Spite Of Innocents Being Murdered


When will the Obama Administration learn that the highly misguided and illegal use of drones will always come back to haunt them? No matter how many times they try to justify the unlawful use of deadly force by drones, innocent people are always caught in the middle. The death of innocent women, children and elderly men has been a constant problem for both the CIA and the entire military chain of command responsible for these cold-blooded murders.

U.S. drone strike on Yemen wedding party kills 17



The US Federal Government appears to be the only one in the world that has unlawfully arrogated power unto itself to commit these extra-judicial assassinations. Just because the deadly weapons are discharged from drones by remote control does not make these crimes against humanity any more acceptable. Murder is murder regardless of the weapon that is used.

Most of the nations that have fallen victim to this high tech military aggression by the USA have protested bitterly. Nevertheless, the CIA and Armed Services continue to support these international crimes. Yemen, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Somalia have complained of the flagrant invasion of their national sovereignty which these missile attacks represent. Yemen has just voted to ban them on their soil.

Shocking Refusal To Express Public Regret Or Sincere Apology

What is most disturbing about this very sordid and ongoing saga is the persistent refusal of the US Government to issue any kind of apology for these atrocities. Because of the CIA’s routine lack of acknowledgment of these massacres, even the citizenry of the USA seems to be oblivious to such heinous crimes being committed in their name. They seem to occur and then are very quickly forgotten just like passing days of the week. Clearly, this is the most serious byproduct of these barbaric assaults in foreign lands. That the people have come to accept them as business as usual.

Only because these frequent fatal attacks are not being conducted in Western nations are they somehow justifiable. They have no legitimacy in international law, common law, natural law or federal law. Simply put, the drone assassination program operates completely outside of the framework of every body of law in existence, including military law.

How, then, does the USA continue to get away with these repugnant crimes?

There’s only one way. And that is the very same way that a global bully gets away with all of the military aggression and illicit attacks on other sovereign nations. The USA has come to embody, without any legitimacy whatsoever, the false precept of:
“Might makes right”.

What is quite evident from the incessant disrespect that US politicians, diplomats and statesmen demonstrate toward many foreign nations is that they know what a military superpower can get away with. Only because the USA commands such a large military presence around the world, is it able to act which such impunity. However, such blatant disregard for the human life in so many foreign countries will eventually come back to bite US.



What the US and its NATO allies fail to understand is that so much unprovoked violence is being watched by the entire world. Not only are those nations that are victimized by drone attacks angered by such territorial violations; their neighbors, trading partners, and other countries are sympathetic to their plight.

Eventually, the blowback will surely come. Usually that occurs at a time, in a place and in a way that is least expected. Quite similarly to the initial drone surprise attacks conducted by the US and company do violent events regularly take place throughout the USA. Any government which permits these kinds of offensive military strikes, whether on the giving or receiving end, is sure to fall hard when it does. Despite its perceived invincibility, the USA is no exception.

The victim nations are usually bribed and/or extorted into allowing drone attacks on their soil.

Rarely do you read such a report, but those nations which do not actively prevent such drones from entering their airspace are complicit in these crimes against their citizens. However, they are usually operating under extreme financial duress, excessive military influence, and/or relentless political pressure when they submit to the bribes and extortion demanded by the Western military powers.

Usually it is the case that such nations have already received ‘generous’ amounts of American largesse. Such financial aid comes with many strings attached and has enough pork baked in it to satisfy the local politicians. Whatever the aid may be earmarked for, you can be sure that it is syphoned up by US contractors, companies, surrogates and proxies. Rarely do the nation’s citizens ever directly benefit from this cynical form of ‘international aid’.

Pakistan is the perfect example of how their military has benefited from the annual US multi-billion dollar ‘stipend’ without any accountability. Because the Pakistani armed services exert so much influence in governmental affairs, they have given the CIA a green light to commit their drone atrocities without fear of retribution. Can this incestuous relationship become any more dysfunctional for either party? Because it takes place completely under the radar of public scrutiny, it continues to fester and produce fierce anti-American sentiments wherever drone attacks occur.

A government which routinely conducts massacres on foreign soil has lost all legitimacy.

How does any of this extremely destructive and ill-conceived foreign policy help America? By creating more enemies? By making it more difficult than ever for Americans to travel abroad? By even turning our traditional friends against us?

Really, who is it that formulates such foolish and outrageous drone implementation plans? Is it the CIA, ‘Defense’, State, or the White House? It doesn’t make much sense that any of these organs of US Government would make such self- destructive international policy, does it?




Therefore, it is now quite transparent that the US is run by a global shadow government which operates completely outside of the Constitution, or any other legal framework for that matter. By doing so, it has transformed the US Government into a patchwork of rogue institutions, where the rule of law is now practically nonexistent.

Hence, this covert and lawless entity continues to arrogate power unto itself which cannot be challenged. Who or what is there to confront on behalf of the American people? To whom does one demand and implore that such cruel extra-judicial killings by drones be stopped. The American people want these senseless murders to stop. They especially do no want them conducted in their name and using their tax dollars.

Michael Thomas
State of the Nation
December 26, 2013

Author’s Note:
A very serious question has been raised about the CIA drone policy of targeting wedding parties. Because weddings (and funerals) are well known to bring all elements of the society together under one tent, the US takes advantage of this fact of life.
Therefore, it appears that those who have formulated this policy know in advance that there will always be ‘collateral damage’ as they call it. In other words, the killing of innocents is an ‘unintended consequence’ of their implementation plan to assassinate alleged terrorists who have not been tried or convicted of anything.
Sounds like the real terrorists in this scenario are those pushing the buttons that trigger the drone missile attacks. Their supervisors up the chain of command, who gave the orders, are even more culpable in this terror-producing chain of events.


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 Robot Kill Numbers Spike As Drones Developed To Deliver Vaccines

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Many were alarmed to learn online retail giant Amazon was considering using drones to deliver products, however a proposed future use for drones is infinitely more sinister and concerning.In May 2012, a team of student researchers at Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology scored $100,000 in funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to "develop unmanned aerial vehicles for developing world countries that can be deployed by health care workers via cell phones to swiftly deliver vaccines to hard-to-reach locations."
The project was commissioned as one of the Gates Foundation's Round 8 Grand Challenges in Global Health Explorations with the goal being to Design New Approaches to Optimize Immunization Systems.
Bill Gates funding a vaccine delivery-via-drone method should come as no surprise.
For decades, the Gates Foundation, with the full cooperation of the World Health Organization, has been involved in vaccine development and population control research.
Last year, for instance, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation awarded eleven teams of scientists $100,000 grants to continue research developing "better," stronger condoms.
The "philanthropic" entrepreneur was also behind a push to unload Monsanto's failed MON810 GM corn on African countries, and has consistently promoted HPV vaccines, through the GAVI Alliance, for people in poor nations.





Obama Orders Children Murdered!!








War and Collateral Damage

Last Year President Obama Reportedly Told His Aides That He’s ‘Really Good At Killing People’

This will not go over well for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Business Insider
November 3, 2013 

According to the new book “ Double Down,” in which journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann chronicle the 2012 presidential election, President Barack Obama told his aides that he’s “really good at killing people” while discussing drone strikes.

Peter Hamby of The Washington Post reported the nugget in  his review of the book.

The claim by the commander-in-chief is as indisputable as it is grim.

Obama oversaw the  2009 surge in Afghanistan, 145 Predator drone strikes in NATO’s 2011 Libya operations, the May 2012 raid that killed Osama bin Laden, and drone strikes that killed leader of the Pakistani Taliban leader and a senior member of the Somali-based militant group al-Shabab this week.

His administration also expanded the drone war: There have been 326 drone strikes in Pakistan, 93 in Yemen, and several in Somalia, compared to a total of  52 under George Bush.

Two of those strikes killed American-born al-Qaeda propagandist Anwar al-Awlaki and his American-born 16-year-old son within two weeks.

War and Collateral DamageUnder Obama U.S.  drone operators began practicing “signature strikes,” a tactic in which targets are chosen based on  patterns of suspicious behaviour and the identities of those to be killed aren’t necessarily known. (The administration counts all “military-age males” in a strike zone as combatants.)

Furthermore, the disturbing trend of the “double tap” — bombing the same place in quick succession and often hitting first responders — has become common practice.

Needless to say, a lot of  innocent people have been killed.

Obama has also embraced the expansion of capture/kill missions by Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) after it developed into the primary counterterrorism tool of the Bush administration.

One JSOC operator told investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill, author of “ Dirty Wars: The World Is A Battlefield,” that operations became
“harder, faster, quicker with the full support of the White House” under Obama.

Scahill, who also made a “Dirty Wars” documentary, told NBC News that Obama will “go down in history as the president who legitimized and systematized a process by which the United States asserts the right to conduct assassination operations around the world.”

So it is true that President Obama is “really good at killing people,” but he has demonstrated that is not necessarily noble.







#BringBackYourDrones: Obama’s Stunning Hypocrisy

White House responsible for murdering hundreds of children all over the world

Paul Joseph Watson
May 12, 2014



Both Barack and Michelle Obama have led what critics are describing as “hashtag diplomacy” in the effort to find hundreds of girls kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria, but President Obama’s hypocrisy is stunning given that he has signed off on drone attacks all over the world that have killed hundreds of children and thousands of innocent people.

The First Lady was responsible for making the #BringBackOurGirls campaign go viral last when she tweeted out an image of herself holding up the hashtag message, which has been tweeted by a myriad of other celebrities since and by millions of Twitter users around the world.

However, the backlash was swift when days later images emerged showing FLOTUS holding up an amended sign which read, “Nothing will bring back the children murdered by my husband’s drone strikes”.



The facts about Obama’s drone program unveil the brazen double standard of the White House when it comes to caring about the lives of children.

- Obama has signed off on over 390 drone strikes in his first five years in office that have killed hundreds of children around the world.

- Those children who survived such attacks have been left with debilitating injuries for the rest of their lives, such as 4-year-old Shakira, who was permanently burned and disfigured by a drone strike in Pakistan.

- Figures show that 50 civilians are executed for every one terrorist killed in a drone strike – meaning that 98% of the victims of drone strikesare innocent people.

- In 2012 Obama bragged to White House aides about how he was “really good at killing people” in a discussion about the drone program.

- Obama even joked about drone strikes during his speech at the 2010 White House Correspondents’ Dinner, remarks that drew widespread criticism.

- In April 2013, a leaked Justice Department memo outlined how the administration believed it had the legal justification to kill U.S. citizens using drone strikes if they posed an imminent threat.

- 16-year-old Abdulrahman al Awlaki, an American citizen, was killed in a drone strike in Yemen in October 2011.

- In December 2013, a U.S. drone hit a Yemeni wedding convoy, killing 15 civilians.

- Obama vastly accelerated drone strikes after his inauguration and his Nobel Peace Prize award. Under George W. Bush the U.S. conducted 51 drone strikes in four years, whereas Obama has launched more than 390.

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Obama Orders Children Murdered!!





In the 2007 elections Ron Paul used the term "Blow Back", often used by the CIA to describe the unintended consequences of foreign operations that are deliberately kept secret from the American public. Paul described the United States foreign policies and interventionism against sovereign nations created the hostility towards the United States, eventually leading to the 911 attacks. Paul was Booed by the crowd.

It was not until 2011-2012 the term "Blow Back" was eventually understood by more people. During this presidential campaign Paul sparred with Rick Santorum over Iran. Santorum thinks Iran first became hostile towards the United States beginning with Iran taking American hostages in 1979. Paul was quick to correct Santorum's logic by reminding him the hostilities began with the United States CIA intervention in Iran. In 1953 the CIA was used to oust an elected leader. The reaction to this was the later taking of American hostages.

In this video a former employee and civil servant; CIA 1967-1973, Charles Johnson describes the unfolding events in Iran and Iraq and the blow back caused by the United State's foreign action.

Ron Paul was correct in 2007, just he is today and people are beginning to understand his message, and it has not changed




Obama Orders Children Murdered!!



Malala's Drone Strike Warnings Ignored by US Media | Weapons of Mass Distraction

 Abby Martin calls out the corporate media for its coverage of 16 year old Pakistani activist, Malala Yousafzai, highlighting her heroism promoting education against the Taliban, but omitting her important message to Obama about ending US drone strikes in her home country.








CIA keeps drone program after Pentagon blows up civilians in Yemen

Another Yemeni civilian - a farmer - was killed in a US drone strike on Wednesday in an attack apparently intended for suspected Islamist militants. Also on Wednesday, the US House approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill that contains a secret provision keeping the drone program under the umbrella of the CIA. Critics had hoped the lethal counterterrorism operations would be moved to the Pentagon's purview, where there was the potential for more transparency. RT's Ameera David speaks with Robert Naiman, policy editor for Just Foreign Policy, about the latest developments in the US drone program.

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The Crime Of Aggression:

Condemned By The Law Of Nature And Nature’s God

The Crime of Aggression is the most serious crime a nation can commit. The condemnation of this crime is rooted in both Natural and Biblical Law. The preparation for committing this crime almost caused David his kingdom. In judgment upon David for planning this crime, God destroyed tens of thousands of David's fighting men, and had David not repented, the nation of Israel itself would have been destroyed.

Sadly, almost no preacher even deals with this subject and almost no Christian has ever heard it explained. Yet it is one of the most important laws dealing with nations in the entire Bible. The committing of this crime constitutes much of the current crisis in America and the world today.

In this DVD, Dr. Baldwin explains this almost forgotten and extremely important doctrine. This is a message you will likely hear nowhere else. Buy DVD Here


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Documentarian Warns Colbert he may be on government drone strike kill list

Documentary filmmaker spills the beans on Obama’s secretive drone program

July 16, 2013

Documentarian, author and journalist Jeremy Scahill appeared on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report Monday night attempting to communicate a few of the lesser-known details surrounding the Obama administration’s secretive drone warfare campaign, at one point even shocking the boisterous cable host into sober seriousness.

The seasoned satirist got off to a cynical start, introducing Scahill to the audience by saying, “It’s an honor to be the last man to see him alive.”

Scahill, a national security correspondent for The Nation magazine and producer of the 2013 documentary Dirty Wars, has been on the ground and experienced first hand the devastation wrought by U.S. drones upon innocent civilians in places like Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen where he says the Obama administration is killing people indiscriminately in covert, undeclared wars.

“We’re doing night raids, drone strikes, cruise missile attacks. We’re killing a tremendous number of innocent civilians and we’re killing people whose identities we don’t even know,” Scahill told Colbert talking about a secret war being conducted in Afghanistan being concealed by a larger, more public war.

“What do you mean, we’re killing a bunch of innocent [people]?,” Colbert asked, befuddled. “I haven’t heard much about that.”

“Well, I was on the ground in Yemen, Afghanistan, Somalia,” Scahill states, adding, “I went to villages where for instance one of the first strikes President Obama authorized in Yemen killed 46 people. 14 of them were women, 21 were children. Who was the target in that action? The White House has not provided any information.”

One of the biggest problems with the unmanned drone program is that the number of strikes and people killed are kept strictly confidential. In fact, not until earlier this year was there an actual confirmation by the government that such a program even existed. So much for the “most transparent administration in history.”

Scahill elaborated, “We are doing pre-crime, like Minority Report, where we say if you’re a military-age male in a certain region of these countries we’re gonna kill you and then later say that you were a terrorist without ever providing any information that you actually were involved in a terror plot.”

Scahill is alluding to the Obama administration’s redefinition of the word “militant,” whose definition has been transformed to mean “all military-age males in a strike zone.”

Former Salon and current Guardian writer Glenn Greenwald had this to say about the brazenly propagandized term: “By ‘militant,’ the Obama administration literally means nothing more than: any military-age male whom we kill, even when we know nothing else about them. They have no idea whether the person killed is really a militant: if they’re male and of a certain age they just call them one in order to whitewash their behavior and propagandize the citizenry (unless conclusive evidence somehow later emerges proving their innocence).”

The faux-conservative liberal next assumed a trademark liberal stance, claiming that if Scahill didn’t support unmanned drones, he didn’t support the troops.

“In fact,” Scahill fired back, “you know they tried to make a medal for drone pilots and then it was rescinded by the Defense Secretary because of outrage from the actual troops. So, the troops actually disagree with your position that a drone is a troop.”

“So what’s your answer?” Colbert asked, seemingly interested.

“Well, I think first of all we can indict them and demand their extradition,” Scahill stated, referring to the rule of law due process requirement that typically governs war scenarios.

Scahill then engaged in a debate about reported terrorist recruiter and motivator, not to mention confirmed Pentagon dinner guest, Anwar al-Awlaki who was born in New Mexico. “What [Obama] did was he fast-forwarded to the death penalty without even indicting him.”

As Colbert proceeded to play devil’s advocate, Scahill – by this time genuinely disturbed – asked, “It doesn’t trouble you that the President of the United States is asserting the right to kill American citizens without presenting any actual evidence or indicting them at all?”

“Well, I’m not on the list,” Colbert flippantly stated.

Scahill remarked, “Well, how do you know?” eliciting a huge gasp from the audience.

“How do you get on the list?” asked Colbert cautiously, albeit comically.

“I mean I watch this show; you could be on the list,” Scahill warned, emphasizing the fact that details surrounding the drone program are kept confidential, just as former Obama Press Secretary Robert Gibbs admitted earlier this year.

“So you get on the list and then, can you get off the list?” Colbert worriedly queried.

Ominously, Scahill replied, “Only from a drone strike it seems.”

Without missing a beat, Colbert ended the segment and thanked Scahill: “Thank you so much for joining me, I’ve got to catch a cab.”

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The First Rule Of The Drone Program Is That You Do Not Talk About The Drone Program

...One of the first things they told me was, you’re not even to acknowledge the drone program,” Gibbs said on MSNBC’s “Up With Chris Hayes” this past weekend. Gibbs said that he was told “You’re not even to discuss that it exists.” Noting that the notion was “inherently crazy”, Gibbs said “You’re being asked a question based on reporting of a program that exists.” “So you’re the official government spokesperson acting as if the entire program—pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.” Gibbs, who was Press Secretary between 2009 and 2011, said.

...Gibbs stated that he expects the drone program to remain secret for the most part, despite moves in Congress to force more transparency. “I have not talked to him about this, so I want to be careful,” Gibbs said, “but I think what the president has seen is, our denial of the existence of the program when it’s obviously happening undermines people’s confidence overall in the decisions that their government makes.”

...Akram, who noted that US drone strikes had killed more than 1,000 civilians in Pakistan, also said “We find the use of drones to be totally counterproductive in terms of succeeding in the ‘war against terror’. It leads to greater levels of terror rather than reducing them.

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"[The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. 

To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control a million people than to physically kill a million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill a million people than to control a million people."

Zbigniew Brzezinski


WAR CRIMINAL SUPREME : Zbigniew Brzezinski

Infinitely easier to kill a million people then to control a million people





Brzezinski knew very well what he was writing about. As National Security Advisor under President Carter, he had overseen Operation Cyclone, the US government’s since-declassified plan to arm, train and fund Islamic radicals in Pakistan and Afghanistan to draw the Soviet Union into a protracted war in the region. This, famously, led to the foundation of what became known as Al Qaeda in the 1980s, a point that Brzezinski has since admitted and even bragged about, claiming that the creation of a “few stirred up Muslims” helped to bring down the Soviet Union.



Meet: Zbigniew Brzezinski Obama's Foreign Policy Advisor 







Zbigniew Brzezinski, Operation Cyclone

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Zbigniew Brzezinski, Operation Cyclone

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This installment of the documentary goes into Zbigniew Brzezinski, Operation Cyclone, the ISI-CIA-MAK-US government funding circle and CIA connections to Osama Bin Laden. For more information about this documentary, including a bibliography of works cited, please visit the documentary website:








Zbigniew Brzezinski, Operation Cyclone

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Zbigniew Brzezinski Obama's Foreign Policy Advisor 


Zbigniew Brzezinski: Obama's Foreign Policy Adviser

Obama's foreign policy advisor and vocal supporter is Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's national security advisor, who says that Obama offers 'a new definition of America's role in the world'.

This is the same Brzezinski who created the Illuminati's Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller in 1973. The Trilateral Commission is dedicated to a world government dictatorship and closely connects with other strands in the web like the Council on Foreign Relations (member: Barack Obama) and the Bilderberg Group.







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TECHNOCRACY - A form of government in which scientists and technical experts are in control "technocracy was described as that society in which those who govern justify themselves by appeal to technical experts who justify themselves by appeal to scientific forms of knowledge"


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From time immemorial, royalty, priest classes and other self-appointed elites have used any means necessary to dominate the population and keep it divided amongst itself. Alex Jones uses the games of chess, risk and monopoly to explain the classic modes of control used by rulers, representing classic warfare between two factions, world warfare with a complex conflict, and, of course, economic warfare.



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Full Spectrum Dominance



Full Spectrum Dominance


From time immemorial, royalty, priest classes and other self-appointed elites have used any means necessary to dominate the population and keep it divided amongst itself. Alex Jones uses the games of chess, risk and monopoly to explain the classic modes of control used by rulers, representing classic warfare between two factions, world warfare with a complex conflict, and, of course, economic warfare.

Now those techniques have advanced with sophistication into an era of full spectrum dominance-- where gaming the people means an attempt to control all facets of life. Under the modern scientific dictatorship, nations, individuals, economies, cultures and environments have all become pawns at the hands of hardened, evil offshore globalists bent on manipulating our world in attempt to complete their break away civilization and destroying the remains, including the great masses of humanity. They have willingly distorted our information, food, water, political systems, financial interactions and beyond with precision. Only a public aware of the scope of their designs can begin to fight against it.



 Full Spectrum Dominance


Full Spectrum Dominance





Description :
Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time by Carroll Quigley is the ultimate insider admission of a secret global elite that has impacted nearly every modern historical event.  Learn how the Anglo-American banking elite were able to secretly establish and maintain their global power. This massive hardcover book of 1348 pages provides a detailed world history beginning with the industrial revolution and imperialism through two world wars, a global depression and the rise of communism. Tragedy & Hope is the definitive work on the world's power structure and an essential source material for understanding the history, goals and actions of the New World Order. 

Author Carroll Quigley was an esteemed professor of history at the Foreign Service School of Georgetown University and also taught at Princeton and at Harvard.  President Bill Clinton was a student of Quigley and named him as an important influence.  As a trusted and well respected insider, Professor Quigley had access to a variety of secret papers and sources from which he did his research for Tragedy & Hope.

One of the key revelations Quigley reveals is a secret organization created by Englishman Cecil Rhodes.  Rhodes was the founder of diamond company De Beers, ardent supporter of British colonialism and creator of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship that has since educated so many global elite leaders. F
unded by Rhodes' estate, the goal of this organization was to consolidate world control into the hands of the English speaking elites.  This book ties together how this secret organization of global elites has quietly steered the world towards a goal of global government using collectivism.

As an insider with access to many secret documents, Quigley was proud of the achievements of this secret organization and wrote this book from that viewpoint.  The book was intended to only be read by fellow academics and other insider intellectuals that shared a similar world view.  The book was quickly taken out of print when it became more widely circulated and opponents latched onto it as a confession of the global elite.  As pressure mounted, the publishers relented and authorized this identical reissue edition.

This book continues to provide one of the most revealing looks into the goals and methodology of the global elite.  This book is printed in limited quantities and not readily available at most mainstream bookstores.  Infowars is proud to have secured a batch of Tragedy & Hope and to help spread this valuable history and information

Quotes from Tragedy & Hope:

"The powers of financial capitalism had [a] far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences." -- Carroll Quigley, Chapter 20.

"There does exist, and has existed for a generation, an international Anglophile network. I know of the operations of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960's, to examine its papers and secret records. I have no aversion to it or to most of its aims and have, for much of my life, been close to it and to many of its instruments. I have objected, both in the past and recently, to a few of its policies ... but in general my chief difference of opinion is that it wishes to remain unknown, and I believe its role in history is significant enough to be known."  --Carroll Quigley, Chapter 65.








The Anglo-American Establishment (paperback, 354 page) is the follow-up to author Carroll Quigley's major tome Tragedy & Hope.  In the book he specifically discusses a secret society created by the great imperialist Cecil Rhodes and how it was administered after Rhodes' death by Lord Alfred Milner.  This group operated behind the scenes and gained massive influence over the world.  Learn how the New World Order and global government's roots stem directly from the British Empire. 

Author Carroll Quigley (1910-1977) was a highly esteemed professor at Georgetown University.  The evidence he presents here is credible, the analysis brilliant.  His scholarly approach and presentation of facts will appeal to both the academically-oriented person as well as the truth seeker who aspires to understand the world around us. 

This quote from the book best describes what is discussed: 

"No country that values its safety should allow what the Milner group accomplished--that is, that a small number of men would be able to wield such power in administration and politics, shoud be given almost complete control over the publication of documents relating to their actions, should be able to exercise such influence over the avenues of information that create public opinion, and should be able to monopolize so completely the writing and the teaching of the history of their own period."  --Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment.








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Troops Protect Government Drug Dealing!

Troops Protect Government Drug Dealing

The US military is in Afghanistan for two reasons. First to restore and control the world’s largest supply of opium for the world heroin markets and to use the drugs as a geopolitical weapon against opponents, especially Russia. That control of the Afghan drug market is essential for the liquidity of the bankrupt and corrupt Wall Street financial mafia. ...The second reason the US military remains in Afghanistan long after the world has forgotten even who the mysterious Osama bin Laden and his alleged Al Qaeda terrorist organization is or even if they exist, is as a pretext to build a permanent US military strike force with a series of permanent US airbases across Afghanistan. The aim of those bases is not to eradicate any Al Qaeda cells that may have survived in the caves of Tora Bora, or to eradicate a mythical “Taliban” which at this point according to eyewitness reports is made up overwhelmingly of local ordinary Afghanis fighting to rid their land once more of occupier armies as they did in the 1980’s against the Russians.




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North Atlantic Treaty Organization


Ever since its inception there have been those who have warned that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, far from offering a simple "collective security" pact to ensure the integrity of its member nations' borders, would in fact be used as an offensive tool of imperial adventurism and conquest. Since the NATO-led Kosovo bombing campaign of 1999 at the very least, those fears have appeared more and more justified.

Since that time, NATO has continued to take a lead role in more and more overtly offensive campaigns of aggression in theatre after theatre. By now it is commonly understood to be an extension of the Pentagon itself, a convenient international military instrument for Washington to wield whenever the pretense of an international consensus cannot be achieved at the UN Security Council. -- James Corbett


NATO is the first attempt in history to establish an aggressive global military formation, one which currently includes a third of the nations of the world either as members or partners, has members and partners on five continents and has conducted active operations on four, with the potential to expand its reach into the remaining two where it has not yet officially intruded itself...As NATO continues to expand across the globe through a series of partnerships, initiatives and dialogues, what was once a collective security agreement is increasingly becoming a global military strike force capable of bombarding, invading and occupying countries anywhere in the world.










War Has Been A Racket For Quite Some Time...

The Best Enemies Money Can Buy

An Interview with Professor Antony C. Sutton




The business of lending blood money is one of the most thoroughly sordid, cold blooded, and criminal acts that were ever carried on, to any considerable extent, amongst human beings. It is like lending money to slave traders, or to common robbers and pirates, to be repaid out of their plunder. And theman who loans money to governments, so called, for the purpose of enabling the latter to rob, enslave and murder their own people, are among the greatest villains that the world has ever seen.

With mountains of documentation, mostly from government and corporate sources, Sutton shows that Soviet military technology is heavily dependent on U.S. and allied gifts, "peaceful trade" and exchange programs. We've built for, sold, traded, or given outright to the Communists everything from copper wiring and military trucks to tank technology, missile guidance technology, and computers - even the Space Shuttle.

Background on Professor Antony C. Sutton

Antony C. Sutton — Feb. 14, 1925 - June 17, 2002 Antony Sutton has been persecuted but never prosecuted for his research and subsequent publishing of his findings. His mainstream career was shattered by his devotion towards uncovering the truth. In 1968, his Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development was published by The Hoover Institute at Stanford University. Sutton showed how the Soviet state's technological and manufacturing base, which was then engaged in supplying the North Vietnamese the armaments and supplies to kill and wound American soldiers, was built by US firms and mostly paid for by the US taxpayers. From their largest steel and iron plant, to automobile manufacturing equipment, to precision ball-bearings and computers, basically the majority of the Soviet's large industrial enterprises had been built with the United States help or technical assistance.

Professor Richard Pipes of Harvard said in his book, Survival Is Not Enough: Soviet Realities and America's Future (Simon & Schuster;1984): "In his three-volume detailed account of Soviet Purchases of Western Equipment and Technology . . . [Antony] Sutton comes to conclusions that are uncomfortable for many businessmen and economists. For this reason his work tends to be either dismissed out of hand as 'extreme' or, more often, simply ignored."

The report was too much and Sutton's career as a well-paid member of the academic establishment was under attack and he was told that he "would not survive".

His work led him to more questions than answers. "Why had the US built-up it's enemy? Why did the US build-up the Soviet Union, while we also transferred technology to Hitler's Germany? Why does Washington want to conceal these facts?"

Sutton, following his leads, proceeded to research and write his three outstanding books on Wall Street, FDR, the Rise of Hitler, and The Bolshevik Revolution. Then, someone sent Antony a membership list of Skull and Bones and "a picture jumped out". And what a picture! A multigenerational foreign-based secret society with fingers in all kinds of pies and roots going back to 'Illuminati' influences in 1830's Germany.





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