Tariq Ali: US, UK Never Faced Justice for Iraq War Crimes + Deadly Blasts Rock Iraq

Bush and Blair Wanted for War Crimes, Iraq Inquiry, London

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RussiaToday·Mar 19, 2013

At least 56 people have been killed in a series of attacks across Baghdad. The deadly assaults come as Iraq marks ten years since the coalition, led by the US and Britain, invaded the country with their ‘freedom and democracy’ mission. Historian and political campaigner, Tariq Ali, says it’s surprising that no-one has been held responsible for creating havoc in Iraq.


Deadly blasts rock Iraq 10 yrs after US ‘freedom’ invasion

RussiaToday·Mar 19, 2013

Car bombs and roadside blasts have killed at least 23 people and wounded nearly 90 in Shi’ite districts across the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Tuesday, according to police and hospital sources. The attacks coincide with the 10th anniversary of the US-led invasion of Iraq, which saw long-time dictator Saddam Hussein ousted. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/yr661z


Iraq: a decade after invasion

RTAmerica·Mar 19, 2013

Ten years later, the effects of the US-led war in Iraq are still being felt. With hundreds of thousands lives lost in the Middle Eastern country, including American soldiers, reports indicate that America is expected to pay trillions of dollars for the mission. Former US Senator Mike Gravel (D-AK) and Sara Flounders, co-director of the International Action Center, joins us to discuss.


Every Building in Baghdad that Falls, Crushed and Broken to the Ground…. by Felicity Arbuthnot

Documentary Exposes US Role in Iraq Sectarian Conflict + Revealed: Pentagon’s link to Iraqi torture centres

Don’t Mention the War! by Lesley Docksey

Hubris: Selling the Iraq War + Hubris Isn’t the Half of It by David Swanson

Iraq: A Twenty-Two Year Genocide by Felicity Arbuthnot

Iraq: Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics by Felicity Arbuthnot

see also:

The drive to a war crime

The U.S. war machine unleashed in Iraq

10 thoughts on “Tariq Ali: US, UK Never Faced Justice for Iraq War Crimes + Deadly Blasts Rock Iraq

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  7. RT does a god job in explaining this war. I wish that all cable companies carried RT but that wont happen any time soon.

  8. Empire of chaos. Covert tyranny. Ethnic extermination. Sanctioned ecocide. Heritage mayhem. Corporate anarchy.

    The “government” we deserve? This is Hell on Earth.

    What’s a heaven for? Tony Blair and his faithful friends evidently.

    So, who the hell are “we?” Us (as in human beings) or “the elect, US cabalists?”

    • By the way, “faith” in what? In deranged narcissistic cognitive prejudices obviously ~ insidiously packaged, spun and “marketed” to everyone possible.

      In short, this is the corrupt exercise of privilege to institutionally poison the global polity.

      It is not just an abuse of the public mind, it is a crime against the spirit of mankind.

      Courts of “justice?!”

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