War propaganda: Old & New
The Climate Hoax
Stop Breathing, Save the Planet!
More George Soros
- The Guy Trump Just Put in Charge of the Economy Has Deep Ties to George Soros
- Soros-Backed Group Urges EU to Use ‘Nuclear Option’ on ‘Populist’ Poland
The Vaccine Hoax
- CHALLENGE: $100,000 to the first person who can find a scientific study proving Thimerosal (mercury) is safe to inject into children
The guy who started WWII
Regime Change: Trump has to go Soap
- Obama Gave NSA Special Powers To ‘Take Down Trump’
- NSA Whistleblower: Agency Illegally Recording Trump’s Phone To Oust Him
- Report: Millions Of Cancer Deaths Expected From Fukushima
- Fukushima 2017 – our sixth year of the apocalypse
An Islamic State in Damascus?
While the 1986 CIA report makes a case in its concluding paragraph for “a Sunni regime controlled by business-oriented moderates” in Syria, the authors acknowledge that the collapse of the Ba’ath state could actually usher in the worst of all possible outcomes for Washington and the region: “religious zealots” might seek to establish “an Islamic Republic”. The words take on a new and special importance now, after the rise of ISIS:
Although Syria’s secular traditions would make it extremely difficult for religious zealots to establish an Islamic Republic, should they succeed they would likely deepen hostilities with Israel and provide support and sanctuary to terrorists groups. [pg.24]
What continues to unfold in Syria has apparently surpassed even the worst case scenarios of intelligence planners in the 1980’s. Tinkering with regime change has proven itself to be the most dangerous of all games.
- Lawsuit Against George W. Bush Et Al for Iraq War Crimes, Dismissed By California Court of Appeals: Law Allows all Government Employees to Commit Break International Laws and “Commit Heinous Acts”
The key passage from the article from the San Francisco Chronicle:
“Without deciding whether the war was legal, the US Court of Appeals in San Francisco said a 1988 law shields federal employees at all levels for suits for actions they performed in service to the government, even if they violated US or international law.
“‘ The actions that (Bush administration officials) took in connection with the Iraq War were part of their official duties’, Judge Susan Graber said in the 3-0 ruling, released Friday.
“In upholding a federal judge’s dismissal of the suit, she said that the 1988 law, known as the Westfall Act, ‘covered even heinous acts’, such as federal marshals’ fatal beating of a shackled prisoner.”