Mosul & the War on Civilians: Terrorizing & Reducing Countries to Failed States

On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we examine the recent killing of civilians in Mosul, Iraq. The strategy to murder innocent men, women, and children in the course of war dates back centuries, but was perfected during the Second World War and subsequent conflicts in Korea, Vietnam, and the Middle East. The establishment media has either ignored war crimes against civilians, or when it does it routinely blames al-Qaeda, the Islamic State, or other officially designated enemies, many acting as proxies for the Pentagon and the United States. While the technology has changed and become far more effective and deadly, the original philosophy remains the same — terrorizing target populations and reducing countries to failed states.

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Show Notes

Allegation of civilian casualties in West Mosul

Western media appear blind to atrocities in Mosul

Tokyo WWII firebombing, the single most deadly bombing raid in history, remembered 70 years on

Targeting Civilians

The US War Crime North Korea Won't Forget

During the Korea War, America Considered Attacking North Korea with Nuclear Weapons

Bomb After Bomb: US Air Power and Crimes of War From World War II to the Present

U.S. Secret Bombing of Cambodia

Secret War in Laos

US War Crimes During the Gulf War

Clinton Is The WorId's Leading Active War Criminal

"The Al-Shifa factory was not making chemical weapons" - Interview with technical manager of bombed pharmaceutical factory in Sudan

Bill Clinton’s Act of Terrorism

President Bill Clinton and Yugoslavia

President George W Bush and the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq (2003)

Obama’s covert drone war in numbers: ten times more strikes than Bush

The Drone Papers

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  1. Amber Sayman says:

    Good report, but this edition seems a little rushed. The graphic on 12:40 is off, and there are several other minor aesthetic issues I noticed (like repeating the same RPA flight line footage at 14:14 and 14:33). All of that aside–I love your work. Thank you for helping to teach us. I’m a big fan.

  2. victor friese says:

    Maybe Spiro need sleep? Overworking leads to inefficiency.

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