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Lawrence Wilkerson on Trump’s Iran aggression: same Neocon lies, new target As millions of Iranians mourn the US murder of Qassem Soleimani, ex-Bush administration official–ibbtckDXsFOhh4

In response to Donald Trump’s comment, President of Iran recalls the day the us eliminated a plane with 290 people on board, including 66 children. Killers were awarded:

➽➜R⇢➤=RESEARCH ➽=ALL Weekly Update — Why I Don’t Trust Trump on Iran

Eric C. Anderson
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Scott Horton is an informed and pragmatic researcher on the lies of these wars. He recently authored, “Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan”. The recent revelations of the Afghanistan Papers prove Horton was writing the truth.
Did Iran Kill 600 Americans in Iraq War II? No.
By Scott Horton January 5, 2020
Due to the current ubiquity of claims that Iran killed 600 Americans in Iraq War II, I figured it might be worth bringing up the fact that that is a complete and damnable lie.
In the case of Petraeus’s surge against Sadrist forces in Sadr City and Najaf in 2007 and 2008, Sadr was the least Iranian-loyal of all the major Shi’ite factions. The U.S.’s favorites from Dawa and SCIRI were also Iran’s favorites. Sadr wanted the U.S. and Iran both out. (At a couple of points the U.S. chased Sadr into Iran, but that was a self-fulfilling blunder, not proof they were right about him.)
When Petraeus attacked them they responded, not the other way around. (Danny Sjursen was in East Baghdad at that time and confirmed this to me in an interview just a few weeks ago.)
And when they did respond with copper-core EFP bombs, they were made in Iraq by Iraqis. Despite all of Michael Gordon’s claims in the New York Times back then, and all the claims since, no one has ever demonstrated that these bombs came from Iran at all, much less directly from the Qods force.
via Janice Kortkamp

➽➜R⇢➤=RESEARCH ➽=ALL Trump Threatens Afghan Armageddon: U.S. ‘plans’ for the Afghan War might prove a crime against humanity As it happened, though (and not for the first time in its history either), the CIA got it wrong. It wasn’t Osama bin Laden on the receiving end of that strike, or a member of al-Qaeda, or even of the Taliban. The dead, local witnesses reported, were civilians out collecting scrap metal, ordinary people going about their daily work just as thousands of Americans had been doing at the World Trade Center only months earlier when terror struck from the skies.

➽➜R⇢➤=RESEARCH ➽=ALL Rose McGowan apologizes to Iran: ‘We are being held hostage by a terrorist regime’
Actress Rose McGowan called the Trump administration a “terrorist regime” in a tweet Thursday, apologizing to Iran for the president’s airstrike that killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
“Dear #Iran, The USA has disrespected your country, your flag, your people,” Ms. McGowantweeted to her 893,000 followers. “52% of us humbly apologize. We want peace with your nation. We are being held hostage by a terrorist regime. We do not know how to escape. Please do not kill us. #Soleimani.”

➽➜R⇢➤=RESEARCH ➽=ALL Russian Military Pays Respects to Iran’s General Soleiman Assassinated by the US
The commander of the Russian Group of Forces in Syria led a delegation to Iran’s Syria embassy mourning ceremony
A military delegation from a group of Russian troops in Syria visited the Iranian embassy to pay tribute and express condolences to the Iranians in connection with the death of General Suleymani, commander of the Kods IRGC Iran, as a result of the American strike. Wreaths were laid from the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and directly from our group of forces in Syria.
• In the photo from the Iranian embassy as part of the delegation, the commander of the group of forces (forces) of the Armed forces of the Russian Federation in the Syrian Arab Republic, General Alexander Chayko. thomas malthaus • a day ago
Israel just sits back and watches with glee, knowing American boys might pay the ultimate price and Israel’s homeland is protected with about a hundred warheads.
American politicians who’ve been very accepting of Israel’s benevolence through US federal outlays (quid pro quo) channeled through Tel Aviv, express little emotion.

Canosin • a day ago
that’s a strong sign of solidarity and respect with the mourning Iran…..the populations in IRAQ and IRAN and beyond take notice…. who is friend. . who is the foe….
the stupidity of the US administration has no boundaries…..

AlMart Canosin • a day ago
Its not just the administration. Both of the fake political parties are supporting it, as well as some fat cats in the military.

Garry Compton • 2 hours ago • edited
The Russian Military knows that a Great General was bush whacked by a bunch of cowards from Israel and the US. I’m sure General Suleimani was just as respectful, when a Russian soldier was killed in Syria- fighting the same Proxy armies of the Jews, Americans and the Saudi sand N ers. Spacibo Yuri and Chpt. Asia.

On The Idiotic Partisan Debate Over Regime Change In Iran Or Syria I love my job. Really, I do. But writing about US military agendas for a living often brings one into contact with such staggering stupidity that all you can do is pause and wonder how our species survived past the invention of the pointy stick.
By far the dumbest thing in all of US politics is the fact that Democrats tend to support regime change in Syria, while Republicans tend to support it more in Iran. I am not talking about the elected officials in those parties; I’m talking about the ordinary rank-and-file Joes and Janets who stand absolutely nothing to gain from toppling either Damascus or Tehran, but who have been brainwashed by lifelong media consumption into supporting one or the other anyway.

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