Saturday, July 31, 2010

Mullen "blood on the hands": Wikileaks

And They Claim 'christianity'

This is just the recent but think back these years and all read and heard or watched, this is what a big part of recruitment looks like {and rise of hatreds and thus blowback}, add in the killing, maiming, destruction and creating refugees from their homes and country, and add in while in theaters demeaning those that live there and their neighbors and not only in theater but across this country many doing same!

That brings the "blood on the hands!", add torture while supporting same and condemning others of doing, add renditions and then torture again of innocents and act surprised then condemning when released, as to no proof they ever were what we called them, that they pick up arms against the occupiers of their countries or their families, friends and countrymen and women already have!

This all coming from the same type of mindset towards others, claiming a religious ideology, that those doing condemn the others of doing, just change some word labels!

That's a big part of recruitment thus expansions of hatreds, that's "blood on the hands!"!!

Speaking of which........

WikiLeaks 'has blood on its hands' over Afghan war logs, claim US officials

Defence secretary describes leak as 'potentially dangerous'
'Loose' intelligence policy in US army to be reviewed

Julian Assange said WikiLeaks tried to follow a request to redact some names but the US refused to help. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian

30 July 2010 He said in a statement: "Secretary Gates speaks about hypothetical blood, but the grounds of Iraq and Afghanistan are covered with real blood."

Thousands of children and adults had been killed and the US could have announced a broad inquiry into these killings, "but he decided to treat these issues with contempt''.

He said: "This behaviour is unacceptable. We will continue to expose abuses by this administration and others."

Meanwhile, both US and UK authorities remained silent about the disclosures in the 92,000 war log files that hundreds of civilians have been killed or wounded by coalition forces in unreported or previously under-reported incidents. The Ministry of Defence withdrew promises to make an official statement about US allegations that two units of British troops had caused exceptional loss of civilian life. Continued

Brit Iraq War Inquiry: Our Australian Friends

Second in the list of Op-Ed observations.

July 31, 2010 Slowly the lies are stripped away. A full-dress British inquiry into the origins of the Iraq war is revealing what some of us suspected pretty much from the beginning: that attacking Saddam Hussein was an act of bottomless folly, driven by the hubris of George W. Bush and the American neo-cons, and supported unquestioningly by that self-righteous prig Tony Blair. To which list of shame we can add the name John Howard. The inquiry has had little coverage here, crowded out by the election campaign. More's the pity. A killer blow was delivered last week by the Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller, who sounds like a character from an Agatha Christie whodunit but who was, in fact, the head of the British counter-intelligence service MI5 from 2002 to 2007.

She demolished the neo-con lie at the heart of the war, that Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda had conspired in the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon. Continued

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