Sunday, May 29, 2016

Why she yells


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  • CRANKY CLINTON IS SO LOUD THAT EVEN HER SUPPORTERS ARE COMPLAINING ABOUT HER YELLING.

    REACHED FOR COMMENT, CRANKY TOLD THESE REPORTERS, "IF I SPEAK SOFTLY, THE CRIES OF 'LIAR! LIAR! PANTS ON FIRE!' CAN BE HEARD.  I HAVE TO YELL TO DROWN OUT THE PEOPLE."


    FROM THE TCI WIRE:

     These bombings have been going on since August.

    Of 2014.

    Nearly two years later, Chris Pocock (AIN ONLINE) observes:

    Coalition air forces have helped Iraqi and Syrian opposition ground forces regain significant territory from ISIS in recent weeks, according to Pentagon media briefings. But following the virtual destruction of Ramadi during its recapture by Iraqi forces earlier this year, observers are questioning the value of intensive airstrikes in support of the current moves to evict ISIS from Mosul and Ramallah in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria. The composition and allegiances of the ground forces that are fighting ISIS in both countries remain complicated. 
    Since the beginning of May, Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) has conducted an average of five airstrikes daily on Syria and 15 on Iraq. Airstrikes might involve multiple aircraft attacking a single target. According to official statistics released by U.S. Central Command, more than 23,000 targets have now been damaged or destroyed during just over 12,500 airstrikes since OIR began in October 2014. Twelve other countries have contributed air forces to the U.S.-led operation. They have performed just under 25 percent of the airstrikes. The average daily cost of the operation to the U.S. alone is $11.8 million. 

    Flint doesn't have safe drinking water -- I don't care that Barack Obama had a photo op pretending it was safe -- but the White House can spend over $11 million a day bombing Iraq -- and has spent that daily since August of 2014.

    There's no success but we're not supposed to question that.

    Today, airplanes dropped bombs on Falluja.  IRAQI SPRING MC reports bombs were dropped on a Falluja market killing 4 civilians and leaving thirteen more injured.


    ALSUMARIA quotes US Army Col Steve Warren stating that the US-led coalition had bombed 30 sites in Falluja today.



    The assault on Falluja is putting thousands of civilians at risk and we're not supposed to question that either.


    Families who've fled besieged city Fallujah. Kids flee without shoes. 50,000 trapped inside MUST be given safe exit









    Fighting intensifies with no safe routes out of for the trapped civilians. Only few has escaped.







    Falluja was targeted twice in 2004.  It's targeted again today.


    The claim today is that this is to 'save' and 'liberate' the city.


    But if that were the case, the last two years would have seen the US government leading on political reconciliation instead of ignoring it to pursue daily bombings.


    Bill Van Auken (WSWS) notes:



    Nonetheless, Washington is supporting in Fallujah precisely the type of murderous siege that it has accused the government of President Bashar al-Assad of waging against areas controlled by the Western-backed Islamist “rebels” in Syria.
    At least 21 civilians were reported killed in the US-led bombardment of Fallujah on Monday and Tuesday.
    The population of Fallujah, which was the scene of bloody US sieges in 2004, has been subjected to bombardment for the last two years. Government forces have cut off supply routes to the city, depriving it of food, health care and other basic necessities. There are reports that substantial numbers of civilians are on the brink of starvation.
    The Association of Muslim Scholars of Iraq, a militant Sunni organization formed in 2003, denounced the new offensive against Fallujah as “an unjust aggression, a reflection of the vengeful spirit that the forces of evil harbor against the city.” It reported in a statement that 10,000 Fallujans have been killed or wounded by government bombs and shells over the past two years.
    While staying in Fallujah may entail starving to death, those who flee risk being killed by either ISIS or Iraqi government forces. As few as 80 families have managed to flee Fallujah.

    The United Nations refugee agency has expressed concern over Iraqi government forces separating men and older boys from women and children, taking them to the Habbaniyah Military Base for “security screening.”


    The civilian lives matter far less to US-installed prime minister of Iraq Haider al-Abadi then does trying to clamp down on the objections to him.  He's using the death and destruction to try to make himself look better.




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