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Tom Engelhardt Cites the Anniversaries Amerikans Don't Want To Hear|
Noting that the NY Times tried to memorialise the illegal invasion of Iraq in 2013, Engelhardt noted several other anniversaries: "American anniversaries from hell"
May Lai massacre,
Abu Ghraib torture pictures,
USA Patriot Act signing,
illegal invasion of Iraq,
establishment of the Guantanamo Bay gulag,
CIA assassination by drone,
1st afghan wedding party massacre,
iraqi wedding party massacre, 9th anniversary,
slaughter of civilians in Baghdad as exposed by Wikileaks,
Robert Bales's slaughter of 7 adults and 9 children in their beds in Afghanistan,
slaughter in Haditha village in Iraq,
slaughter of funeral in Azisabad, despite the memorial being for an anti-Taliban leader,
Blackwater slaughter of civilians in Baghdad.
Amerikans couldn't give a ****, of course. They started eating one another "the first time the mail-boat was a day late".
But then as H.L. Mencken said, nobody ever lost money betting on the stupidity of the amerikan public: Sometime in the first part of 2002, President Bush granted the National Security Agency the right to eavesdrop without court approval on people in the United States in the course of its terrorism investigations. This (illegal) program’s existence was first revealed in 2005, but it remains shrouded in mystery.
Since the above article, they've been droning amerikan sheeple as well as robbing them on the highways and in the baggage checks at airports.
Engelhardt goes on to list Great Satan torture sites, cyber attacks on Iran's nuclear fuel centrifuges and banks that dealt with Iran (Iran was part of the "axis of evil" that rejected the "worthless paper" USD, thus risking a hyeprinflationary run).