US Foreign Policy = War Crimes, Destabilization and Regime Change

12 June 2017 — Global Research

In light of the global crisis that is shaping a country’s foreign relations, we bring to your attention selected articles on the “legitimacy” of US foreign policy. According to Antiphon Freeman,

“Multiple reports are confirming that a US-led Coalition used white phosphorus-loaded ammunitions in heavily populated cities of Iraq and Syria. Thousands of civilians are known to be in the areas where the weapons were used… 

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Trump Just Dropped Chemical Weapons in a Major City, 100,000 Civilians Trapped

By Antiphon Freeman, June 12, 2017

Right now it’s unclear how many civilian casualties were incurred but so far the Pentagon has confirmed that the United States has killed at least 500 innocent people since it first started its operations. Many believe that’s a very conservative estimate and that the death toll is far higher. U.K. based Airways claims the death toll has so far reached 3,800 civilians.

Going for Regime-Change in Doha

By Abdel Bari Atwan, June 12, 2017

The strongly-worded warning issued to Qatar on Friday by US President Donald Trump – accusing it of being a “funder of terrorism… at a very high level” and demanding that it to “stop immediately supporting terrorism” -suggests that the US has not only signed up fully to the Saudi-UAE-Egyptian-Bahraini alliance against Qatar, but assumed its leadership. It also confirms that the steps taken by the four countries to blockade Qatar and suffocate it economically had prior American approval.

Confirmed: US Enters Fight Against ISIS in the Philippines

By Adam Garrie, June 12, 2017

Yesterday, Reuters broke a story calming that the US has agreed to a Philippine request to assist Philippines in the war against ISIS, a story confirmed by both a military spokesman for Philippines and the United States. The story has now been directly contradicted by Philippines President Duterte, also according to Reuters. Duterte claims that he “never approached U.S”.

Why is Venezuela in the White House’s Crosshairs?

By Peter Koenig, June 11, 2017

Among different foreign sources of support and funding, most of them American, is the infamous National Endowment for Democracy – NED, a so called “fake” NGO “think-tank” (sic), receiving from the US State Department hundreds of millions of dollars per year to ’spread democracy’ American style around the globe, i.e. training local rebel groups abroad and within the targeted country to provoke instability through unrest and violence; distribute anti-government propaganda, infiltrate the media, universities and so on. They are the same who were responsible for the so-called Arab Spring and the Color Revolutions in former Soviet Republics, including Ukraine.

Serbia to Sue NATO for 1999 Bombings Using Depleted Uranium Ammunition?

By Sputnik, June 11, 2017

Codenamed “Operation Allied Force,”’ it was the largest attack ever undertaken by the alliance and the first time that NATO used military force without the approval of the UN Security Council and against a sovereign nation that did not pose a real threat to any member of the alliance.

Inside the US Fight to Fix Israel’s Global Standing

By Jonathan Cook, June 11, 2017

The Trump administration is using unprecedented threats and financial “blackmail” against the United Nations and its agencies to end their focus on human rights abuses by Israel, according to analysts and Palestinian leaders.

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