Michel Chossudovsky: Death squads invade Iraq


RTAmerica | August 24, 2010

In Latin America El Salvadorian death squads were known for targeting clergy members, doctors, and others, similar to what is being said about Iraq. Michel Chossudovsky, the director of the Center for Research on Globalization in Canada argued that the death squad approach created in El Salvador in the early 1980’s to fight the liberation movement has been adopted by the US and employed in Iraq.

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One thought on “Michel Chossudovsky: Death squads invade Iraq

  1. It’s long past time that the US starts being honest about its foreign policy. For far too long the totally corrupted CIA has run foreign policy!

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