Iraq

Another casualty in the “War on Terror”

The soldier who killed herself after refusing to take part in torture

Pre-war Iraq ‘was no threat to UK’

Tony Blair was told prior to the 2003 invasion that Iraq posed no threat to Britain, says former MI5 chief

U.S. general warns Iran on Iraq militia attacks

Emphasising U.S. resolve to respond to attacks on its forces, the man tipped to become next chief of staff, Gen. Dempsey warned that Iran hoped to create a “Beirut-like moment” in Iraq. Which probably sounds like music to anyone planning a false flag

UK media ignore Murdoch role in Iraq war

Amid the controversy engulfing Murdoch’s media one aspect is being studiously ignored. Yet it may be News International’s worst wrongdoing

The Banking Racket

The Banking Racket

Not only banking but Zionism, Communism, control of the media and the creation of wars, race, hidden history and a host of other taboo topics are explored here

Iran Smuggling Arms to U.S. Enemies in Iraq and Afghanistan

Iran Smuggling Arms to U.S. Enemies in Iraq and Afghanistan

Of course this article pointedly omits to mention that if the U.S. hadn’t invaded Iraq and Afghanistan, and if it withdrew its remaining 50,000 plus troops STILL in Iraq, there wouldn’t be this problem

Terrorists Attack Iranian Oil Ministry Convoy in Baghdad

Were they Iraqi terrorists? Or were they western Special Forces posing as Iraqi terrorists?

5 U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq

Think again if you though the U.S. occupation of Iraq was over. The death of five U.S. solders in an attack in central Iraq early Monday is testimony to that. As is the fact that 46,000 U.S. troops still remain in Iraq

A Time For Truth: Bin Laden’s Death Wont End the War on Terror Until Americans Understand the Threat was Always Us

A Time For Truth: Bin Laden’s Death Wont End the War on Terror Until Americans Understand the Threat was Always Us

A former insider describes how her team discussed the 9/11 attack in exact detail throughout the summer of 2001

Iraq dossier drawn up to make case for war – intelligence officer

Contradicting claims by Tony Blair and his aide Alastair Campbell, a top military intelligence officer says the dossier on Iraq’s weapons program was specifically drawn up “to make the case for war” with sparse intelligence

Analysis: Syria neighbors fear future without Assad family

From Israel to Iran, Syria’s neighbors are starting to contemplate the possibility of a future without the Assad family as Lords of Damascus, and, whether friends or foes, some don’t like what they see

Blood for oil? Documents reveal talks between Government and oil giants BEFORE invasion of Iraq

Leaked documents reveal ministers met with leading oil companies before the invasion

UN says 34 killed at Iranian exiles camp in Iraq

Dissident Iranians allegedly killed by own Iraqi guards

The invisible division: US soldiers are seven times as likely as UK troops to develop post-traumatic stress

Something is happening at the end of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan that mental health experts are finding hard to explain

US Embassy in Baghdad to double staff

Already its biggest diplomatic outpost, the U.S.plans to double the size of its embassy in Baghdad by 2012

Can a 4 star General Talk Like a Truther?

‘Devil’s Advocate’ arrested in Palma to call Blair to the dock

Di Stefano has been dubbed ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ for having represented various notorious men including the late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and serial killer Harold Shipman

The historical narrative that lies beneath the Gaddafi rebellion

Under UN sanctions, Iraq was supposed to rise up against Saddam Hussein. It didn’t – because ordinary Iraqis were too busy trying to keep their families alive. Now the same fate may befall Libya

Sociocide: Iraq Is No More

As we approach the 8th anniversary of a U.S. invasion of Iraq it’s worth reflecting on what’s really been accomplished

As Iraq “Winds Down?”, U.S. Army Faces a Broken Force of Drug and Sexual Abuse

The U.S. Army faces a mammoth problem in dealing with an epidemic of drug abuse and criminality that commanders acknowledge has been made worse because they’d largely ignored it during nearly a decade of wars on two fronts