illegally removes pages from Iraq UN report
- Throughout the winter
of 2002, the Bush administration publicly accused Iraqi weapons declarations of
being incomplete.Yet it was the United States itself that had removed over 8,000
pages of the 11,800 page original report.
plan to provoke terrorists - Secret missions designed
to stimulate reactions among terrorist groups, provoking them into committing
violent acts which would then expose them to "counterattack" by US forces.
& British forces continue use of depleted uranium weapons - Despite
massive evidence of negative health effects, British and American coalition forces
are using depleted uranium (DU) shells in the war against Iraq and deliberately
flouting a UN resolution which classifies the munitions as illegal weapons of
dollar vs. the Euro: Another reason for the invasion of Iraq - In
November 2000, Iraq became the first OPEC nation to begin selling its oil for
Euros. Since then, the value of the Euro has increased 17%, and the dollar has
begun to decline. One important reason for the invasion and installation of a
US dominated government in Iraq was to force the country back to the dollar.
intentionally destroyed Iraq's water system - During
the Gulf War the United States deliberately bombed Iraq's water system. After
the war, the US pushed sanctions to prevent importation of necessary supplies
for water purification. These actions resulted in the deaths of thousands of innocent
Iraqi civilians many of whom were young children.
administration hampered FBI investigation into Bin Laden family before 9/11
- Under the influence of US oil companies, George W. Bush
and his administration initially halted investigations into terrorism, while bargaining
with the Taliban to deliver Osama bin Laden in exchange for economic aid and political
rejected peace offerings from Iraq and Afghanistan - The
charter of the United Nations specifies that the parties to any dispute
shall, first of all, seek a solution by negotiation. As we are beginning
to see, President Bush and Tony Blair have somehow become exempt from international
busting by the United States - The United States is
a signatory to nine multilateral treaties that it has either blatantly violated
or gradually subverted. The Bush Administration is now outright rejecting a number
of those treaties, and in doing so places global security in jeopardy as other
nations feel entitled to do the same.
security threatens civil liberty - The Patriot Act of
2001 allows the US government increased and unprecedented access to the lives
of American citizens and represents an unrestrained imposition on civil liberties.
The Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003, also known as Patriot Act II, poses
even greater hazards to civil liberties.
buys friends by giving out weapons to rogue nations - Since
the September 11th attacks, the United States has stepped up both gifts and sales
of advanced weapons as a way to entice reluctant nations to support US military
implicated in Taliban massacre - A documentary entitled
Massacre at Mazar released in 2002 by Scottish film producer, Jamie Doran, implicates
U.S. troops in the torturing and deaths of approximately 3,000 men from Mazar-i-Sharif,
US governments tests of warfare agents on servicemen and civilians -
In 1952, the US Army created a 19,000-acre, top-secret reserve
in Fort Greely, Alaska for the explicit purpose of testing deadly chemical and
biological weapons, and blasted hundreds of rockets and bombs containing sarin
and VX nerve agents into the regions richly wildlife-populated forests between
1962 and 1967.
military bombing range destroys Korean village life - Every
weekday for the past 50 years, from eight am to eleven pm, US fighter planes in
Korea have dropped 400 to 700 bombs on the Koon-ni range, less than one mile from
local villages, dropping depleted uranium (DU) shells.
military's war on Earth - The world's largest polluter,
the US military, generates 750,000 tons of toxic waste material annually, more
than the five largest chemical companies in the U.S. combined. Part of the "Homeland
security" campaign has been the varied and persistent appeals by the Pentagon
to Congress for exemptions from a range of environmental regulations and wildlife