Thursday, September 10, 2015

The NATO-rious Member War Machine That Produces Refugees

Some member countries of NATO are involved in wars in different countries. These wars have produced a massive refugee crisis. Yet, much of the corporate monopoly media are missing in action, in connecting this fallout to all these “regime change” wars.

Some wars are waged, based on lies. Iraq is but one example. This country is now in chaos and a bloody civil war rages.  Libya is another country that was bombed non-stop for months by NATO in an illegal war that even helped out Al-Qaeda. [3][4] Now Libya is in chaos and a civil war is raging there as well. Syria too is a war torn country that is a hell on earth, hundreds of thousands dead, refugees by the thousands and destruction and death a daily occurrence.

“Regime change” has been the modus operandi of the “respectable” war criminals in Iraq, Libya, Syria, and in other countries. [See evidence at link below]

Powerful politicians in various countries have formed themselves into political gangs and hold memberships in NATO, that enables them to use the military from their member countries to invade, decimate, bomb, and degrade. (Degrade: is a polite word used to disguise killings, collateral damage is another one.) They also use the words “coalition” and “allies” that helps them to make their war obscenities sound “respectable” and acceptable to the masses.

Some NATO members even joked about being part of ‘al-Qaida’s air force,’ in Libya

“The truth is that the United States, NATO, and the GCC/Arab League are bombing in couched support of ISIS, increasing its gains and hold on power with every sortie fired. With this fact recognized, the NATO/GCC network of national governments can now officially be labeled as the Air Force of Al-Qaeda.” Brandon Turbeville, April 27, 2015.

These NATO member wars are responsible for much of the misery and mayhem in various countries and have produced a massive refugee tragedy that political “leaders” with their “regime change” agenda created. The corporate monopoly media are silent on exposing the perpetrators of these war crimes. Nor are they admitting these wars created huge numbers of refugees.

“The military conflicts and political instability driving hundreds of thousands of refugees into Europe were triggered largely by U.S. and Western military interventions for regime change – specifically in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria (a regime change in-the-making).”

Despite all the evidence that “regime change” was plotted, planned and paid for by the tax dollars of ordinary people none of these NATO member countries have been taken to task. Instead they continue to sit in their countries parliaments and also at their headquarters in Brussels with huge salaries at taxpayers’ expense. Accepting no responsibility for the deaths, destruction or carnage they created.  Therefore, the question needs to be asked: Do the forces of evil rule?

I believe evil not only rules but consorts with others of evil bent.

“[European leaders] stay silent about the military intervention and regime change in which Europeans were major actors, interventions that have torn the refugees’ homelands apart and resulted in civil war and state collapse.” -

The collapse of these war torn countries has produced massive bloodstained profits for the corporate cannibals of the war business. They supply the weapons and some of them get contracts to rebuild in the countries they helped devastate. The losers in all this carnage are the ordinary people of these bombed and blitzed countries, the soldiers dead, dying, or maimed, and the taxpayers who finance all this carnage with their tax dollars.

Meanwhile, taxpayer financed NATO members continue their obscene “work” of waging endless war, and millions of refugees around the world are the victims.

“The refugee crisis should be seen as the warning signal that the United States and its NATO allies – especially Britain and France – are bringing the world to a state of chaos that is going to keep spreading and that is approaching a point of no return.   It is quick and easy to break things. Putting them back together may be impossible. Civilization itself may be more fragile than it seems.” Diana Johnstone, September 7, 2015.

Stephen J. Gray
September 10, 2015.

Articles of interest at links below:
Bloody NATO Massacre Kills 85 Civilians Incl. Children (August 8-9, 2011) near Zlitan/Majer, Libya