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  • estrella posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago · updated 1 month, 1 week ago

    SO MUCH TALK ABOUT IMMIGRATION, TARIFFS AIMED TO PENALIZE, AN ATTEMPT TO FORCE UPON ANOTHER- RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THE CHOICES, DECISIONS WHICH ARE NOW SELF-EVIDENT.
    JUST FOR STARTERS… LET’S LISTEN CLOSELY TO MINUTE 4:30 – 5:18 AND EVEN CLOSER TO MINUTE 10:47 – 11:40

              • AtlanticCouncil
                Streamed live on May 19, 2015
                Please join the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security for a Commanders Series event with General John F. Kelly, Commander of US Southern Command, to discuss the future of US defense cooperation in Latin America.

                Latin America is of increasing strategic importance to the United States. In an age of the rebalance to Asia, continued engagement in the Middle East, and the emergence of an aggressive Russia, Latin America has received comparatively little attention from the US national security community. Slowly, this is starting to change, especially with the recent crisis of unaccompanied children migrants fleeing poverty and violence in Central America. How will these and other developments affect US defense strategy and cooperation in the region, and how will this strategy help the United States best deal with this important region? General Kelly will come to the Atlantic Council to discuss these and other questions.

                Since 2012, General Kelly has been the Commander of US Southern Command, which is responsible for all Department of Defense security cooperation in the forty-five nations and territories of Central and South America and the Caribbean Sea, an area of 16 million square miles. Before his current position he served as the Senior Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense from March 2011 to October 2012. Kelly also commanded Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North in Iraq from October 2009 to March 2011.

                  • VIDEO: “The Secret Genocide Funded By The USA”

                    Journeyman Pictures
                    Published on May 16, 2012
                    Guatemala – An American Genocide (1999): Beneath the lush green hills of Guatemala lie one hundred thousand corpses, the victims of a genocide funded by the US Government.

                    Around a newly discovered mass grave crowd the weeping relatives of Guatemala’s lost generation of Mayan Indians. 20 years ago these Mayan men, women and children were condemned as communist guerrillas and massacred. Until now these killings have been blamed on insurgents and vigilantes. But the army-issue bullets being extracted from these skulls by US forensic archaeologists tell a different story. The 400 newly discovered massacre sites are the handiwork of the Guatemalan Army, but they did not act alone — the CIA told them how to do it. Fearful of Red-spread right on America’s doorstep the Reagan administration armed and trained Guatemala’s army to stamp-out the communist threat. Veterans of the Reagan administration make no apology for their political agenda. “It seemed clear to us that if you had a Nicaragua in Guatemala, what you’ve got is… a Soviet style government with secret police agents on the border of Mexico”, explains Eliot Abrahms, the then Assistant Secretary of State. Anything was justified to contain the threat, including as is now revealed, turning a blind eye to genocide. Recently released CIA manuals issued to the army explain how to murder people, they even explain how to enter a room with ten people sitting round a table and murder them one by one. These instructions were used against not only guerrillas but countless Indian civilians with Washington’s full knowledge. “The well-documented belief that all Ixil Indians are pro-guerrilla has created a situation in which the army can be expected to give no quarter to combatants and non-combatants alike,” details one wire from Guatemala to Washington. After analysing the documents released by the CIA on Clinton’s orders Kate Doyle is clear that the US are responsible for the horrors perpetrated by Guatemala’s army. “The United States created the killing machine that went on to murder and torture hundreds of thousands of people.” At a time when Pinochet, Chile’s notorious dictator, faces the courts for atrocities, Guatemala is still living with theirs. Over the years 45,000 Guatemalans, guerrillas but also students and professors, priests and social workers – have simply disappeared. Last March, President Clinton apologised for America’s support for repressive regimes. But for the relatives of the victims who are presented every day with the gruesome consequences of their country’s past, a mere acknowledgement of responsibility is not enough.

                    • SOOOOOO,REALLY THEN… SHALL ANYONE BE SURPRISED AS TO ELIOT ABRAMS – MINUTE 14:11 – 15:25; 17:14 – 17:32; AND 18″48 – 19:08
                      THEREFORE… LET US AAAAAAAAAALL EVERYWHERE AND ANYWHERE PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO MINUTE 20:25 – 21:15
                      …PARTICULARLY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY HAVE HAD THEIR HOMES RAIDED IN THE USA… FROM WHERE IT APPEARS THE “PLAN” HAS HAD DEMONSTRATED HAVING SOME ROOTS

                      So , then, are mr. pompeo and abrams be considered “peace workers” touring Latinamerica and other nations in the world

                    • DID ANYONE FOUNDED AMAZING AS TO HOW CONVENIENTLY AND THE OPPORTUNE TIMING IN WHICH GEN. JOHN F. KELLY FORGOT THE FACT THAT THE USA MILITARY PEDDLED THE SALE OF DRUGS TO FINANCE THE WAR AGAINST NICARAGUA – FOR WHICH OLIVER NORTH… well, the rest is already known. No need to repeat, right
                        • VIDEO: “Johnny Cash – I Walk The Line (Lyrics)”

                          THE SIDE OF LOVE THAT ‘YOU/WE/I” ARE FIGHTING FOR DETERMINES THE PATH TAKEN AND THE REAPING OF ITS HARVEST, THEREFORE, SHALL BE ACCORDINGLY