Freitag, 12. Dezember 2014

US Congress changing the points pro-war against Russia intra Europe

Die Weichenstellung für den Dritten Weltkrieg,- selbt zu verstehen nur in Europa
by Ron Paul 4. Dezember um 17:07 · Ron Paul             (deutsch hier)

Reckless Congress Declares War on Russia

Today the US House passed what I consider to be one of the worst pieces of legislation ever. H. Res. 758 was billed as a resolution “strongly condemning the actions of the Russian Federation, under President Vladimir Putin, which has carried out a policy of aggression against neighboring countries aimed at political and economic domination.”
In fact, the bill was 16 pages of war propaganda that should have made even neocons blush, if they were capable of such a thing.
These are the kinds of resolutions I have always watched closely in Congress, as what are billed as “harmless” statements of opinion often lead to sanctions and war. I remember in 1998 arguing strongly against the Iraq Liberation Act because, as I said at the time, I knew it would lead to war. I did not oppose the Act because I was an admirer of Saddam Hussein – just as now I am not an admirer of Putin or any foreign political leader – but rather because I knew then that another war against Iraq would not solve the problems and would probably make things worse. We all know what happened next.
Fiction ? Hollywood 1995 prepare "progress" by use of  aggression
That is why I can hardly believe they are getting away with it again, and this time with even higher stakes: provoking a war with Russia that could result in total destruction!
If anyone thinks I am exaggerating about how bad this resolution really is, let me just offer a few examples from the legislation itself:
The resolution (paragraph 3) accuses Russia of an invasion of Ukraine and condemns Russia’s violation of Ukrainian sovereignty. The statement is offered without any proof of such a thing. Surely with our sophisticated satellites that can read a license plate from space we should have video and pictures of this Russian invasion. None have been offered. As to Russia’s violation of Ukrainian sovereignty, why isn’t it a violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty for the US to participate in the overthrow of that country’s elected government as it did in February? We have all heard the tapes of State Department officials plotting with the US Ambassador in Ukraine to overthrow the government. We heard US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland bragging that the US spent $5 billion on regime change in Ukraine. Why is that OK?
The resolution (paragraph 11) accuses the people in east Ukraine of holding “fraudulent and illegal elections” in November. Why is it that every time elections do not produce the results desired by the US government they are called “illegal” and “fraudulent”? Aren’t the people of eastern Ukraine allowed self-determination? Isn’t that a basic human right?
The resolution (paragraph 13) demands a withdrawal of Russia forces from Ukraine even though the US government has provided no evidence the Russian army was ever in Ukraine. This paragraph also urges the government in Kiev to resume military operations against the eastern regions seeking independence.
The resolution (paragraph 14) states with certainty that the Malaysia Airlines flight 17 that crashed in Ukraine was brought down by a missile “fired by Russian-backed separatist forces in eastern Ukraine.” This is simply incorrect, as the final report on the investigation of this tragedy will not even be released until next year and the preliminary report did not state that a missile brought down the plane. Neither did the preliminary report – conducted with the participation of all countries involved – assign blame to any side.
Paragraph 16 of the resolution condemns Russia for selling arms to the Assad government in Syria. It does not mention, of course, that those weapons are going to fight ISIS – which we claim is the enemy -- while the US weapons supplied to the rebels in Syria have actually found their way into the hands of ISIS!
Paragraph 17 of the resolution condemns Russia for what the US claims are economic sanctions (“coercive economic measures”) against Ukraine. This even though the US has repeatedly hit Russia with economic sanctions and is considering even more!
The resolution (paragraph 22) states that Russia invaded the Republic of Georgia in 2008. This is simply untrue. Even the European Union – no friend of Russia – concluded in its investigation of the events in 2008 that it was Georgia that “started an unjustified war” against Russia not the other way around! How does Congress get away with such blatant falsehoods? Do Members not even bother to read these resolutions before voting?
In paragraph 34 the resolution begins to even become comical, condemning the Russians for what it claims are attacks on computer networks of the United States and “illicitly acquiring information” about the US government. In the aftermath of the Snowden revelations about the level of US spying on the rest of the world, how can the US claim the moral authority to condemn such actions in others?

Chillingly, the resolution singles out Russian state-funded media outlets for attack, claiming that they “distort public opinion.” The US government, of course, spends billions of dollars worldwide to finance and sponsor media outlets including Voice of America and RFE/RL, as well as to subsidize “independent” media in countless counties overseas. How long before alternative information sources like RT are banned in the United States? This legislation brings us closer to that unhappy day when the government decides the kind of programming we can and cannot consume – and calls such a violation “freedom.”
The resolution gives the green light (paragraph 45) to Ukrainian President Poroshenko to re-start his military assault on the independence-seeking eastern provinces, urging the “disarming of separatist and paramilitary forces in eastern Ukraine.” Such a move will mean many more thousands of dead civilians.
To that end, the resolution directly involves the US government in the conflict by calling on the US president to “provide the government of Ukraine with lethal and non-lethal defense articles, services, and training required to effectively defend its territory and sovereignty.” This means US weapons in the hands of US-trained military forces engaged in a hot war on the border with Russia. Does that sound at all like a good idea?
There are too many more ridiculous and horrific statements in this legislation to completely discuss. Probably the single most troubling part of this resolution, however, is the statement that “military intervention” by the Russian Federation in Ukraine “poses a threat to international peace and security.” Such terminology is not an accident: this phrase is the poison pill planted in this legislation from which future, more aggressive resolutions will follow. After all, if we accept that Russia is posing a “threat” to international peace how can such a thing be ignored? These are the slippery slopes that lead to war.
This dangerous legislation passed today, December 4, with only ten (!) votes against! Only ten legislators are concerned over the use of blatant propaganda and falsehoods to push such reckless saber-rattling toward Russia.
Here are the Members who voted “NO” on this legislation. If you do not see your own Representative on this list call and ask why they are voting to bring us closer to war with Russia! If you do see your Representative on the below list, call and thank him or her for standing up to the warmongers.Voting “NO” on H. Res. 758:    1) Justin Amash (R-MI)
3) Alan Grayson, (D-FL)
4) Alcee Hastings (D-FL)
5) Walter Jones (R-NC)
6) Thomas Massie (R-KY)
7) Jim McDermott (D-WA)
8 George Miller (D-CA)
9) Beto O’Rourke (D-TX)
10 Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) 
NWO , one of 150 US-cemetery since 1945

NWO Monopoly Syndikat sole sourcing atop boneyard Europa

Die regierende FinanzNATO in USA  (NWO Plutocrats Trust) hat seit 1945 bis heute 144 Kriege und Konflikte angezettelt. Eine "Demokratie" die vorgibt, der Welt Frieden, Freiheit und Demokratie zu bringen, brachte wie keine andere Chaos, Krieg, Terror, Diktaturen, Tod, Leid, Zerstörung und ursächlich eine für Europa suizide Masseneinwanderung von Analphabeten und Kulturkriminalität :
1945, Hiroshima und Nagasaki, 6. August und 9. August
1950-1990, Operation “Gladio”
Korea-Krieg: 27. Juni 1950 bis 27. Juli 1953
1953. Iran: CIA Putsch Mossadegh
1954. Guatemala: CIA Putsch gegen Regierung Arbenz
1956, Ägypten: US-Regierung und CIA Destabilisierung Regierung Nasser
Suez-Krise: Ägypten, 26. Juli 1956 bis 15. November 1956
Operation “Blue Bat”: Libanon, 15. Juli 1958 bis 20. Oktober 1958
Taiwan-Straße: 23. August 1958 bis 1. Juni 1963
Kongo: 14. Juli 1960 bis 1. September 1962
1961, Kuba: März 1960 CIA Sprengung Frachter »Coubre«
1961. Kongo/Zaire: CIA-Söldner Mord Präsidenten Lumumba,
1962. Laos: CIA Aufbau Söldnerarmee »L..Armee Clandestine«,
1964. Brasilien: CIA-Putsch Präsident Joao Goulart
1965. Dominikanische Republik: CIA-Putsch Präsident Juan Bosch
1965, Indonesien: CIA-Putsch gegen Präsident Sukarno
1967, Griechenland:CIA »Obristenputsch«
1967, Bolivien: Ermordung Che Guevara
1970-1973, Chile: CIA-Putsch Aliende
Operation “Tailwind”: Laos, 1970
Operation “Ivory Coast/Kingoin”: Nordvietnam, 21. November 1970
1972 ff., Honduras: USA unterstützter Militärputsch
Operation “Endweep”: Nordvietnam, 27. Januar 1972 bis 27. Juli 1973
Operation “Linebacker I”: Nordvietnam, 10. Mai 1972 bis 23. Oktober 1972
Operation “Linebacker II”: Nordvietnam, 18. Dezember 1972 bis 29. Dezember 1972
Operation “Pocket Money”: Nordvietnam, 9. Mai 1972 bis 23. Oktober 1972
Operation “Freedom Train”: Nordvietnam, 6. April 1972 bis 10. Mai 1972
Operation “Arc Light”: Südostasien, 18. Juni 1965 bis April 1970
Operation “Rolling Thunder”: Südvietnam, 24. Februar 1965 bis Oktober 1968
Operation “Ranch Hand”: Südvietnam, Januar 1962 bis Januar 1971
Kuba-Krise: weltweit, 24. Oktober 1962 bis 1. Juni 1963
Operation “Powerpack”: Dominikanische Republik, 28. April 1965 bis 21. September 1966
Sechs-Tage-Krieg: Mittlerer Osten, 13. Mai 1967 bis 10. Juni 1967
Operation “Nickel Grass”: Mittlerer Osten, 6. Oktober 1973 bis 17. November 1973
1974. Zypern: CIA Putsch gegen Präsident Makarios.
1975. Osttimor: US-Unterstützung Invasion Suharto-Regime
Operation “Eagle Pull”: Kambodscha, 11. April 1975 bis 13. April 1975
Operation “Freequent Wind”: Evakuierung in Südvietnam, 26. April 1975
bis 30. April 1975
Operation “Mayaguez”: Kambodscha, 15. Mai 1975
1976. Argentinien: CIA Militärputsch Videla-Regimes
1976/82, Angola: US Militärhilfe für die Rebellen
1980-1988, Iran/Irak: Aufrüstung des Iraks zum Krieg und Sturzversuch Ajatollah Khomeni
1980-1990, Afghanistan: CIA Anheuerung, Bewaffnung, Finnazierung und Ausbildung von Mudjahedin, darunter Osama Bin Laden, gegen Sovjettruppen
Operationen “Eagle Claw/Desert One”: Iran, 25. April 1980
El Salvador, Nikaragua: 1. Januar 1981 bis 1. Februar 1992
Operation “Golf von Sidra”: Libyen, 18. August 1981
1982. Falklands/Malvinas: US Satelitenaufklärungsdaten-GB Falklandkrieg
US-Multinational Force: Libanon, 25. August 1982 bis 11. Dezember 1987
Operation “Urgent Fury”: Grenada, 23. Oktober 1982 bis 21. November 1983
1986, Haiti: USA Istallation einer Militärjunta.
Operation “Attain Document”: Libyen, 26. Januar 1986 bis 29. März 1986
Operation “El Dorado Canyon”: Libyen, 12. April 1986 bis 17. April 1986
Operation “Blast Furnace”: Bolivien, Juli 1986 bis November 1986
Operation “Ernest Will”: Persischer Golf, 24. Juli 1987 bis 2. August 1990
Operation “Praying Mantis”: Persischer Golf, 17. April 1988 bis 19. April 1988
Operation “Just Cause”: Panama, 20. Dezember 1989 bis 31. Januar 1990
Operation “Nimrod Dancer”: Panama, Mai 1989 bis 20. Dezember 1989
Operation “Promote Liberty”: Panama, 31. Januar 1990
Operation “Ghost Zone”: Bolivien, März 1990 bis 1993
Operation “Sharp Edge”: Liberia, Mai 1990 bis 8. Januar 1991
Operation “Desert Farewell”: Südwest-Asien, 1. Januar 1992 bis 1992
Operation “Desert Calm”: “Südwest-Asien, 1. März 1991 bis 1. Januar 1992
Operation “Desert Shield”: 2. August 1990 bis 17. Januar 1991
Operation “Desert Storm”: Irak, 17. Januar 1991 bis 28. Februar 1991
Operation “Eastern Exit”: Somalia, 2. Januar 1991 bis 11. Januar 1991
Operation “Productiv Effort/Sea Angel”: Bangladesh, Mai 1991 bis Juni 1991
Operation “Fiery Vigil”: Philippinen, 1. bis 30. Juni 1991
Operation “Victor Squared”: Haiti, 1. bis 30. September 1991
1991, Haiti: CIA Militärputsch Jean-Bertrand Anstide.
Operation “Quick Lift”: Zaire, 24. September 1991 bis 7. Oktober 1991
Operation “Silver Anvil”: Sierra Leone, 2. Mai 1992 bis 5. Mai 1992
Operation “Distant Runner”: Ruanda, 9. April 1994 bis 15. April 1994
Operationen “Quiet Resolve”/”Support Hope”: Ruanda, 22. Juli 1994 bis 30. September 1994
1993/95, Bosnien: Luftangriffe auf Serbenstellungen
1995, Kroatien: US-Luftangriffe zur Vorbereitung Operation Oluja
Operation “Uphold/Restore Democracy”: Haiti, 19. September 1994 bis 31. März 1995
Operation “United Shield”: Somalia, 22. Januar 1995 bis 25. März 1995
Operation “Assured Response”: Liberia, April 1996 bis August 1996
Operation “Quick Response”: Zentralafrikanische Republik, Mai 1996 bis August 1996
Operation “Guardian Assistance”: Zaire/Ruanda/Uganda, 15. November 1996 bis 27. Dezember 1996
Operation “Pacific Haven/Quick Transit”: Irak – Guam, 15. September 1996 bis 16. Dezember 1996
Operation “Guardian Retrieval”: Kongo, März 1997 bis Juni 1997
Operation “Noble Obelisk”: Sierra Leone, Mai 1997 bis Juni 1997
Operation “Bevel Edge”: Kambodscha, Juli 1997
Operation “Noble Response”: Kenia, 21. Januar 1998 bis 25. März 1998
Operation “Shepherd Venture”: Guinea-Bissau, 10. Juni 1998 bis 17. Juni 1998
Operation “Infinite Reach”: Sudan/Afghanistan, 20. bis 30. August 1998
Operation “Golden Pheasant”: Honduras, ab März 1988
Operation “Safe Border”: Peru/Ekuador, ab 1995
Operation “Laser Strike”: Südafrika, ab 1. April 1996
Operation “Steady State”: Südamerika, 1994 bis April 1996
Operation “Support Justice”: Südamerika, 1991 bis 1994
Operation “Wipeout”: Hawaii, ab 1990
Operation “Coronet Oak”: Zentral- und Südamerika, Oktober 1977 bis 17. Februar 1999
Operation “Coronet Nighthawk”: Zentral- und Südamerika, ab 1991
Operation “Desert Falcon”: Saudi Arabien, ab 31. März 1991
Operation “Northern Watch”: Kurdistan, ab 31. Dezember 1996
Operation “Provide Comfort”: Kurdistan, 5. April 1991 bis Dezember 1994
Operation “Provide Comfort II”: Kurdistan, 24. Juli 1991 bis 31. Dezember 1996
Operation “Vigilant Sentine I”: Kuwait, ab August 1995
Operation “Vigilant Warrior”: Kuwait, Oktober 1994 bis November 1994
Operation “Desert Focus”: Saudi Arabien, ab Juli 1996
Operation “Phoenix Scorpion I”: Irak, ab November 1997
Operation “Phoenix Scorpion II”: Irak, ab Februar 1998
Operation “Phoenix Scorpion III”: Irak, ab November 1998
Operation “Phoenix Scorpion IV”: Irak, ab Dezember 1998
Operation “Desert Strike”: Irak, 3. September 1996; Cruise Missile-Angriffe: Irak, 26. Juni 1993, 17. Januar 1993, Bombardements: Irak, 13. Januar 1993
Operation “Desert Fox”: Irak, 16. Dezember 1998 bis 20. Dezember 1998
Operation “Provide Promise”: Bosnien, 3. Juli 1992 bis 31. März 1996
Operation “Decisive Enhancement”: Adria, 1. Dezember 1995 bis 19. Juni 1996
Operation “Sharp Guard”: Adria, 15. Juni 1993 bis Dezember 1995
Operation “Maritime Guard”: Adria, 22. November 1992 bis 15. Juni 1993
Operation “Maritime Monitor”: Adria, 16. Juli 1992 bis 22. November 1992
Operation “Sky Monitor”: Bosnien-Herzegowina, ab 16. Oktober 1992
Operation “Deliberate Forke”: Bosnien-Herzegowina, ab 20. Juni 1998
Operation “Decisive Edeavor/Decisive Edge”: Bosnien-Herzegowina, Januar 1996 bis Dezember 1996
Operation “Deny Flight”: Bosnien, 12. April 1993 bis 20. Dezember 1995
Operation “Able Sentry”: Serbien-Mazedonien, ab 5. Juli 1994
Operation “Nomad Edeavor”: Taszar, Ungarn, ab März 1996
Operation “Nomad Vigil”: Albanien, 1. Juli 1995 bis 5. November 1996
Operation “Quick Lift”: Kroatien, Juli 1995
Operation “Deliberate Force”: Republika Srpska, 29. August 1995 bis 21. September 1995
Operation “Joint Forge”: ab 20. Juni 1998
Operation “Joint Guard”: Bosnien-Herzegowina, 20. Juni 1998
Operation “Joint Edeavor”: Bosnien-Herzegowina, Dezember 1995 bis Dezember 1996
Operation “Determined Effort”: Bosnien, Juli 1995 bis Dezember 1995
1998, Afghanistan: Cruise Missiles Angriff auf frühere CIA-Ausbildungslager
1998. Sudan: Raketenangriff auf pharmazeutische Fabrik
Operation “Determined Falcon”: Kosovo/Albanien, 15. Juni 1998 bis 16. Juni 1998
Operation “Eagle Eye”: Kosovo, 16. Oktober 1998 bis 24. März 1999
Operation “Sustain Hope/Allied Harbour”: Kosovo, ab 5. April 1999
Operation “Shining Hope”: Kosovo, ab 5. April 1999
Operation “Cobalt Flash”: Kosovo, ab 23. März 1999
Operation “Determined Force”: Kosovo, 8. Oktober 1998 bis 23. März 1999
Operation “Enduring Freedom: Afghanistan, 7. Oktober 2001, dauert bis heute an
2002, Venezuela CIA-Putschversuch gegen Präsident Chavez
Operation “Iraqi Freedom”: Irak, 20. März 2003, dauert bis heute an
2006, Libanonkrieg: US Unterstützung, Satelitenaufklärung und Waffenlieferungen an Israel

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