Violent, Ruthless Western Christian Rampant Criminal War Machine World War on Democracy. Unmentionable.

via johnpilger.com

The sheer scale of suffering, let alone criminality, is little known in the west.

Violent, ruthless nature of a whole military industrial complex system behind its democratic facade, and the scale of our own indoctrination to its messianic assumptions, described by Harold Pinter as a “brilliant, even witty, highly successful act of hypnosis.”

Longer and bloodier than any war since 1945, waged with demonic weapons and a gangsterism dressed as economic policy and sometimes known as globalisation, the war on democracy is unmentionable in western elite circles.

“it never happened even while it was happening”.

Last July 2011, American historian William Blum published his “updated summary of the record of US foreign policy”.

Since the Second World War, the US has:

– Attempted to overthrow more than 50 governments, most of them democratically-elected.

– Attempted to suppress a populist or national movement in 20 countries.

– Grossly interfered in democratic elections in at least 30 countries.

– Dropped bombs on the people of more than 30 countries.

– Attempted to assassinate more than 50 foreign leaders.

In total, the United States has carried out one or more of these actions in 69 countries.

In almost all cases, Britain has been a collaborator.

The “enemy” changes in name – from communism to Islamism — but mostly it is the rise of democracy independent of western power or a society occupying strategically useful territory

That the most numerous victims of terrorism – western terrorism – are Muslims is unsayable, if it is known. That half a million Iraqi infants died in the 1990s as a result of the embargo imposed by Britain and America is of no interest.

Under the Indonesian tyrant Suharto, anointed “our man” by Thatcher, more than a million people were slaughtered.
Described by the CIA as “the worst mass murder of the second half of the 20th century”, the estimate does not include a third of the population of East Timor who were starved or murdered with western connivance, British fighter-bombers and machine guns.

This all has been achieved by a regime of un-coercive information control,

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