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The Age of the Siege: Nazi Military Tactics Revisited

NATO Strategies, Economic Sanctions and the "Responsibility to Protect"

As the New Year was celebrated across Europe and the “Land of the Free”, the Syrian Upper Mesopotamia Archbishop, Jaques Behnan Hindo, was writing an urgent appeal to the Presidency of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation.

In a situation which he warned: “could soon become catastrophic”.

Madeleine Albright when referring to Iraq’s sanctions related, half million child deaths: “ … we think the price is worth it.”

How many will be "worth it" in Syria.

Read here:
http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-age-of-the-siege-nazi-milit...




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whoa there. The Nazi's took

whoa there. The Nazi's took the blockade tactic that Great Britain used against them in World War 1

The war on children?

Hell just 'aint going to be big enough.

"Hell is empty, and all the devils are here" (Shakespeare)
RP 2012~ Intellectual Revolution.

Michael Nystrom's picture

Good article

"Sanctions" sound so much for civilized than "siege" doesn't it?

Thanks for pointing the the information that it is not. It is a government tactic to force action by using innocent people as pawns.

All art is only done by the individual. The individual is all you ever have, and all schools only serve to classify their members as failures. E.H.