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Iraqi businessman and several family members murdered in French Alps. Was it a professional hit?

Father named as Saad Al Hilli, a Baghdad-born businessman who lived with his family in Claygate, Surrey, UK.

Tony Blair should face trial over Iraq war, says Desmond Tutu

Anti-apartheid hero attacks former prime minister over 'double standards on war crimes'.

Syria - The Media Lies of Aljazeera & the BBC

A film set was created for Tripoli (Libya) in Qatar where they created fictitious demonstrations in order to sway public opinion worldwide.

Syria - The Media Lies of Aljazeera & the BBC - Shoruk

Downing St. Memo Redux in the pipeline?

A decade after the infamous “Downing Street Memo” and its “fixed” intelligence for invading Iraq, the pressure is on again to make the case – whatever the facts – for a new war with Iran. Will the UK’s MI6 and the CIA bend again or hold firm, ask ex-intelligence analysts Annie Machon and Ray McGovern.

Israel Using Iraqi Kurdistan to Spy on Iran

Israel is infiltrating Iran from a permanent base in Kurdistan.  Israeli agents have been disguised as Iranian soldiers, according to the London Sunday Times.

UK soldiers 'beat innocent Iraqi men in black ops jails but new secret justice law means their torture will be hidden forever'

One innocent civilian victim is said to have died after being assaulted aboard an RAF helicopter, while  others were hooded, stripped and beaten at a camp set up at a remote phosphate mine deep in the desert.

Medal of Dishonour: US veterans dump awards outraged by endless wars

The U.S. military has admitted that major mistakes were made during its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, in a report that showed flaws in training and policy. It also highlighted a lack of understanding over the realities faced by troops. Now, it seems the country's war veterans are joining an increasingly-angry public, over what they see as America's constant cycle of war. With some even ditching their honours of valour.

Medal of Dishonour: US veterans dump awards outraged by endless wars

Inside Story Americas - Paid to support Iranian terror group?

For years, high-profile former US officials have backed the Iranian group Mujahiden-e Khalq despite being listed by the US as a terrorist organisation. What lies behind the open support? Guests: Glenn Greenwald, Reza Marashi, Patrick Clawson.

Inside Story Americas - Paid to support Iranian terror group?

CIA Asset Susan Lindauer Speaks 10 years after 9-11

CIA Asset Susan Lindauer Speaks 10 years after 9-11. This video includes new information...She also says that the pilot who shot down Flight 93 is still in prison in Florida.

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Anatomy of "Terror": Humanitarian Pays with Life for Feeding Children of Iraq

A sordid tale of the take down of a courageous humanitarian by the forces of evil.  Judge and prosecution battle against their own weeping witnesses.   NDAA rides to rescue!

Western Oil Firms Remain as US Exits Iraq

The end of the US military occupation does not mean Iraqis have full control of their oil. While the US military has formally ended its occupation of Iraq, some of the largest western oil companies, ExxonMobil, BP and Shell, remain.

Wellstone: They Killed Him

Although warned by Dick Cheney to “toe the line”, Senator Paul Wellstone questioned the official version of 9/11. For that he paid with his life.

Wellstone: They Killed Him (PREVIEW)

End of an illegal war

After nearly nine years of a botched military campaign, and suffering 4,500 in dead and 30,000 wounded, the US is calling it a day in Iraq. The US must be thanked for choosing discretion to valour which we are certain was prompted by the stark reality on ground. The question one fails to find an answer to is why it took so long for the lone superpower to realise that it was fighting losing war.

New Photos Released of Iraq Atrocity, With Documents and Video

This graphic post, from War Is A Crime, documents the savage and brutal behaviour of the 2-12 Infantry Unit both towards the Iraqis whose country they were invading and to a brave young man in their ranks who saw his barbarous colleagues for what they were. To these knuckle-dragging thugs, this young man was a "pussy", but in reality, he had more bravery in the tip of his thumbnail than his tormentors could ever collectively dream of having.

War crimes tribunal tries Bush, Blair

A War Crimes Tribunal in the Malaysian capital has begun its hearing against George W. Bush and Tony Blair, charging the former officials for the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan.

War crimes tribunal tries Bush, Blair

The presentation by Dr Omar Zaid

Omar Zaid talks about the mystery babylon, on why did they want to take iran and iraq. He talks about chaos and depression. he shares some of his research he had done (serious academic) and shed some light on his opinion about the occults and devil worshippers/ (the elite ) plan.

John Pilger - Civil disobedience is the only way now

Antiwar demonstration to commemorate 10 years of the war in Afghanistan - Trafalgar Square, London - 08 October 2011

John Pilger - Civil disobedience is the only way now

Meet Professor Juan Cole, Consultant to the CIA

Juan Cole is a brand name that is no longer trusted.  And that has been the case for some time for the Professor from Michigan.  After warning of the “difficulties” with the Iraq War, Cole swung over to ply it with burning kisses on the day of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.  His fervor was not based on Saddam Hussein’s fictional possession of weapons of mass destruction but on the virtues of “humanitarian imperialism.”

Brainwashing the polite, professional and British way

In Britain as in America, the object of training professionals in everything from banking to the media is to produce a class of “managers” who instinctively muffle dissent — even if no one tells them to do so.

Missing in Action: Pentagon faces $6.6 billion black hole in Iraq books

U.S. auditors are investigating the disappearance of nearly seven billion dollars, sent by Washington to fund the reconstruction of Iraq. The cash was flown in after the toppling of Saddam Hussein in 2003, but is now completely unaccounted for. A former Bush administration official told RT the money went missing under the watch of the incoming CIA chief, David Petraues, who was then in charge of America's mission in Iraq.

Missing in Action: Pentagon faces $6.6 billion black hole in Iraq books

US Congressman wants Iraq to repay US for war cost

In another blame-the-victim strategy, a U.S. congressman visiting Baghdad Friday suggested that Iraq pay back the United States for the money it has spent in the eight years since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.

China, British Petroleum export 1st oil shipment from Iraq’s Rumeila Oil Field

British Petroleum possesses 38% of the contract and the Chinese – 37%, while Iraq’s state-owned Southern Iraq Oil Company owns the remaining 25% of the contract.

Canada: Ignatieff denies he helped plan Iraq invasion

Ottowa - Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff denies he helped prepare the United States military for the 2003 Iraq invasion, despite eight-year-old praise from American military officials he worked with. Ignatieff led Harvard University’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy that worked with U.S. State Department, American military, and members from the Canadian, British and Israeli militaries.

Presidential candidate Trump: We should stay in Iraq and keep their oil

In an interview on Fox News, potential Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump outlined his Iraq strategy to Bill O’Reilly.

“In the old days when you had wars, you win, right?” Trump began. “You win. To the victor belonged the spoils. So when we go to Iraq, we spend $1.4 trillion so far and thousands of lives are lost, right? … And we’re going to leave and 15 minutes after we leave, Iran is going to go into Iraq.”

US torturers and war criminals CACI running Irish census

Would you trust these slimeballs with your confidential information?

CACI made $$ torturing at Abu Ghraib then covered it up

Iran, Syria and Iraq build pipeline to beat sanctions

Despite tightening international economic sanctions, Iran is driving to boost its energy industry, including a natural gas pipeline to Iraq and Syria that may even run to southern Europe and another to run through Turkey to Europe.

Christian town in north Iraq offers refuge

The number of Iraqi Christians has dwindled from an estimated 800,000 to 1.2 million prior to the 2003 US-led invasion that ousted Saddam Hussein to about 400,000 today. Most are in Baghdad, the Mosul area and parts of Kurdistan.

Iraq beckons with opportunities (for foreigners, not Iraqis)

The Iraq government and business establishments here are saying ‘No’ to Bangladeshis and are keen to get workers from India to man their establishments.  What about Iraqis, I ask Mohsin, who owns a small shop filled with exquisite crockery . “Oh no, they don’t have much education and years of free food from the government has made them lazy. But Indians, we know, are very hardworking.”  In other news, many Iraqis are living below poverty level, with entire families subsisting on as little as $4 a day.

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