This week another toxic revelation dripped out of the Chilcot Report.According to top British SAS officers, US commander Stanley McChrystal’s counter-insurgency “black-ops” featured a program of relentless violence designed to ‘speed up’ the process of political cleansing and the so-called “reconstruction” of Iraq.
by Patrick Henningson, Global Research:
What also interesting here, is the Chilcot’s choice of language, including the term “Latin American-style death squads”, which by default implies the United States government was party to war crimes in Central America during the 1980’s – a claim which it has always been strenuously denied in public, even though the general public and academia recognizes this to be a self-evident fact of America’s long-running ugly history of intervention in that region.
The Independent report reveals the level of sheer depravity by US command:
“The mission was an extraordinary set-up: inside the command centre – “The Machine” – was the…
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