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Balance the Truth:
the Civilized is Cataloguing the
Crime of the Civilized
for War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity
function of propaganda is, for example, not to weigh and ponder the rights
of different people, but exclusively to emphasize the one right which
it has set out to argue for. Its task is not to make an objective study
of the truth, in so far as it favors the enemy, and then set it before
the masses with academic fairness; its task is to serve our own right,
always and unflinchingly"
Hitler on the art
and science of propaganda in his Mein Kampf
troops accused of new murders in Iraq
In the latest in a string of allegations against US forces, Juburi said
29 Iraqis were killed in May in separate incidents in the towns of Latifiyah
and Yusifiyah, south of Baghdad, and in the capital itself
bloody iceberg's tip
Haditha is in the spotlight. But such an atrocity is unexceptional in
hides many more Hadithas'
In Haditha itself, he said, the U.S. military cut electricity and water
to the entire city, attacked the hospital and burned the pharmacy.
Why make war when you
'MARINES' CHEER SONG
ABOUT KILLING IRAQI CIVILIANS
Song's lyrics: 'I blew those little f**kers to eternity'
D.C., 6/12/06) -
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
today called on the Pentagon and Congress to investigate a music video
posted on the Internet that seems to show U.S. Marines cheering a song
that glorifies the killing of Iraqi civilians.
CAIR said the four-minute video, called "hadji girl," purports
to be a "marine in iraq singing a song about hadji." (A "Hajji"
is a person who has made the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, but the term
has often been used as a pejorative by U.S. troops in Iraq.) The song,
posted online in March, tells of a U.S. Marine's encounter with an Iraqi
woman. It has been viewed by almost 50,000 people.
The song's lyrics include: "I grabbed her little sister and put her
in front of me. As the bullets began to fly, the blood sprayed from between
her eyes, and then I laughed maniacally. . .I blew those little f**kers
to eternity . . .They should have known they were f**king with the Marines."
Members of the audience, not shown in the video, laughed and cheered wildly
for these lyrics.
SEE: HADJI GIRL
Comments apparently posted by other military personnel express approval
for the song's contents. One comment states: "This makes me happy
to be a Marine. But look out! Here comes the rest of the country to call
Group says racists are joining U.S. Military
Charley Reese: What
is the mission?
The Iraqis are a fierce people. No elf is going to sprinkle fairy dust
on them and make them fall in love with us. Why should they? We destroyed
their country and caused the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children just with
the sanctions, not counting the thousands we've killed since then.
War criminal nation:
Murdering More 'Ragheads'
Storms of horror
in a tormented land
Report after report of horrific atrocities - long held back by a levee
of lies, fear, obfuscation and the natural confusion of war - has broken
through, flooding the imperial capital with the reeking, corpse-filled
backwash of the vast criminal folly committed by its grubby little Caesar.
Abu Masab al-Zarqawi:
Dead again: By Kurt Nimmo
The Anatomy of War Lies
Propaganda and Haditha:
By Dahr Jamail and Jeff Pflueger
This piece is a summary of five most commonly deployed crisis management
propaganda tactics which the State and Media combine that we can expect
to see in relation to the Haditha Massacre. Listed in a loose chronological
order of their deployment, the tactics are: Delay, Distract, Discredit,
Spotlight and Scapegoat. Each of the five public relations campaigns will
here be discussed in the context of the Haditha Massacre.
William Bowles: Pulling
corpses out of the hat:
"The Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign
to date." - Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt, the U.S. military's chief spokesman