Mosul op civilian death toll 10 times higher than previously thought (3,500 or so dead civilians) – AP

(The civilian population that supported the General Military Council for Iraqi Revolutionaries, the rebellion against our puppet regimes, was the real target… not “ISIS”.  They were always the real target. It wasn’t a liberation operation… it was a pacification of the people. The pacification of Mosul and Iraq as a whole. So I would bet the number is actually a lot higher than the AP cares to report. The truth is probably a hundred or so times what the U.S. officially admits. And that is too say nothing of the hundreds of thousands of refugees from Mosul who were packaged up and shipped off to various Westernized nations as cheap labor in their weaponized refugee program.)

 

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Iraq’s Dancing Death-squads: Coalition’s Quiet Dirty War Liberated Mosul to Pieces as Their Enablers Cheer

by Scott Creighton

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The purpose of dirty war is not to identify and then detain or kill actual resistance fighters. The target of dirty war is the civilian population. It is a strategy of state terrorism and collective punishment against an entire population with the objective to terrorizing it into submissionDirk Adriaensens, Brussels Tribunal

Our nation’s history is a living thing. As of late it wheezes, coughs, stretches in odd places and sags in others as it gracelessly grows older on the stage of human development like an aging reality TV star who never learned to live within his means or with any semblance of self respect or discipline.

So when it looks in a mirror, it lies to itself. It sees what it wants to see. All else fades to black.

The ravages of time expose the weakness of character like the river seeks out and then discloses the imperfections of the bedrock over which it flows. It is natural law.  Flaws will always manifest themselves, one way or another.

Sin will out itself for all the world to see. It is it’s nature.

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Media coverage of Iraqi Mosul op ‘censored & suppressed’ – RT reporter in embattled city

from RT

The Iraqi Army keeps press coverage of its operation in Mosul “censored and suppressed,” only allowing access to certain locations, RT’s Murad Gazdiev, reporting from the scene, says, as the UN warns of soaring civilian casualties.

When Murad Gazdiev arrived in the embattled city to cover the latest events, Iraqi officers warned his crew not to film what is being done to the city.

Gazdiev gave as an example an operation to dismantle a bomb, apparently left behind by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) militants in one of the houses.

Iraqi troops made the decision to blow up the building rather than demine it. They also did not allow the media to cover the event…

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‘The worst is yet to come in Mosul exodus’ – UNHCR representative in Iraq

Coalition air strikes ‘kill more than 200 people’ in Mosul

from the Telegraph

More than 200 civilians are reported to have been killed in a single US-led coalition raid on Mosul, as the United Nations warned yesterday the worst was yet to come for those still trapped in the Iraqi city.

Some 230 bodies of mostly women and children were pulled from three adjoining houses in the Jadida neighbourhood of west Mosul overnight Wednesday and into Thursday morning, according to witnesses…

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Dozens of Mosul civilians killed by overnight US, Iraq airstrikes

from Middle East Monitor

Iraqi local and security sources have said today that dozens of civilians have been killed with dozens more wounded after airstrikes conducted by the Iraqi government and the US-led coalition against neighborhoods in western Mosul.

According to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, the aerial bombardment lasted for most of last night in an attempt to facilitate further Iraqi government advances in areas of western Mosul…

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Mosul situation is alarming, media and UN must be impartial – Lavrov