Here Is What Happened in Fallujah in 2004, a Prelude for What Is to Come in 2014

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The war that will determine the future of Iraq is just beginning. The temporary illusion of pacification, control, and peace that was financed by U.S. taxpayers through the “surge” and the “Awakening” has vanished. Left behind are a destitute people in a war-torn country awaiting their final fate as violence escalates in this proxy war between regional and global superpowers.

Sound familiar? It should. It’s what many independent analysts were warning us about while our mainstream media pundits and politicians continued to celebrate the end of war, again and again.

We’ll talk more about the reasons, the players, and the most likely outcome for the region in the future. For now, as the government of Iraq armed with U.S. weapons and supported by Iran prepares to enter Fallujah to try and displace “terrorists” armed and supported by “Saudi Arabia and its neighbors, all allies of the United States”[sic], let’s take a look at what is in store for the inhabitants of this ancient land by taking a look at what happened in Fallujah in 2004 when the United States and Britain razed the city(please note, Dahr Jamail’s testimony of what happened in Fallujah is a must watch).

  1. Introduction, Concealing War Crimes in Fallujah

  2. Dahr Jamail on What Happened in Fallujah

  3. Documentary: Fallujah, the Hidden Massacre

Dahr Jamail on what happened in Fallujah: U.S. War Crimes

[Continued at chycho]

2 Comments on "Here Is What Happened in Fallujah in 2004, a Prelude for What Is to Come in 2014"

  1. Bear1000 | Jan 9, 2014 at 3:26 pm |

    This is how we were going to make Iraq a better place? Shooting ambulances, women and children was going to bring democracy to Iraq??!!!! Hearing these reports, not only from this man but from others as well, makes me despise Bush and co. even more. Sadly it would be foolish to believe that things are that much better under Obama—after all, look what we did to Libya!

  2. It’s called the Oded Yinon plan and its online for the unfluoridated.

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