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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Endless War Lies

Nothing is more pernicious and twisted than the war propaganda put out by the Pentagon.
In 2012, the Pentagon kicked off a 13-year program [11] to commemorate the 50th anniversary [12] of the Vietnam War, complete with a sprawling website that includes a “history and education [13]” component. Billed [14] as a “public service” provided by the Department of Defense, the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration site boasts of its “resources for teachers and students in the grades 7-12” and includes a selection of official government documents, all of them produced from 1943-1954; that is, only during the earliest stages of modern U.S. involvement in what was then called Indochina.
The Vietnam War Commemoration’s educational aspirations, however, extend beyond students. “The goal of the History and Education effort,” according to the site, “is to provide the American public with historically accurate materials and interactive experiences that will help Americans better understand and appreciate the service of our Vietnam War veterans and the history of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War.” To that end, the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration offers an interactive historical timeline [15].

It’s an eclectic mix, but give credit where it’s due: the digital chronology does mention casualties [20] from the oft-forgotten first U.S. attack on Vietnam (an 1845 naval shelling of the city we now know as Danang). For the next 131 years, however, mention of Vietnamese dead and wounded is, to put the matter as politely as possible, in short supply. Flawed history, though, isn’t.

Needless to say, the Gulf of Tonkin incident is not stated for the blatant false-flag that it was, that started the whole war... and it goes on from there....

The current drone war is as sick and evil as anything else the US has ever done, with the usual disgusting lies.

Turning a Wedding Into a Funeral: U.S. Drone Strike in Yemen Killed as Many as 12 Civilians

 Just one more tragedy among thousands....


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