The Pentagon Plan to Kill Millions

Our rulers are masters of deception. They’re psychopaths that use all tools at their disposal to remain the world’s uncontested hegemon. One such tool is sanctions imposed on countries not playing by the neoliberal rules. On this episode of the Geopolitical Report, we take a look at weaponized sanctions designed to destroy entire nations by waging economic war on targeted populations. We examine the deadly Iraq sanctions and those now used against Russia, Iran, Venezuela, and North Korea. The corporate media is in the business of telling lies about these criminal operations. That leaves it up to the alternative media to expose the real truth. The state and its rulers are well aware of this, and that’s why they are going into overdrive to destroy Newsbud and other truth tellers. Every day social media is excluding important voices from their platforms. This is an ongoing process. That’s why it’s really important all of us support alternative media. If it disappears, only state and corporate generated propaganda will be allowed. You’re watching this video on a platform that may soon not be available to us. Please help us get the message out by supporting Newsbud and its excellent video content, its deep analysis covered by so few others, and in depth well written articles and commentary. Now more than ever it’s important to follow and support media that doesn’t follow the corporate narrative.

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Show Notes

Plan to overthrow the Venezuelan Dictatorship – “Masterstroke”

U.S. Government Plan, Dated 23 February 2018, for Coup in Venezuela, Now Leaks Out

President George H W Bush and the First Iraq War (1991)

U.S. Intentionally Destroyed Iraqs Water System

War Crimes Committed by the United States in Iraq and Mechanisms for Accountability

NATO’s War Crimes In Libya: Who Grieves For The Fallen Heroes?

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  1. Evil, man, just plain f’n evil!! I am powerless.

    i doubt even 1% of the world knows or understands what is going on. knowledge & truth are the real valuable, priceless things in life. thanks again!

  3. Robert Diggins says:

    Many people like to call out the covert operations during Iran/CONTRA. The show trials and ultimately meaningless convictions are not a far cry from what we have going on today. Peter Strozk = Oliver North. Smiling and proud while in the “hot seat” being questioned by Confress, knowing there will be no punishment.

    What many don’t remember, because it’s not as sexy, is the OVERT naval blockade that the USA put in place, surrounding Nicaragua. Dropping fliers on the heads of the women and children they were starving, with the message to vote for our candidate in the next election, if they wanted the blockade lifted.

    How does this feel? To think of Congress prosecuting “patriotic” psychopaths for underhanded, illegal regime change operations, while the government openly upped the anti, with no shame?

    To talk about the horrible dictators and death squads to our south, while openly enrolling these same tyrants in The School of the Americas, inside the USA, where they learned their tyrannical craft?

    There’s something, let’s call it a disconnection (yes, that’s the NOUN), for activists who are out hunting the web for scandals, but never seeing the forest for the entertainment of the trees. What?! No NEW FSLSE FLAG TODAY?! I’m switching YouTube channels! This one must be a limited hangout.

    The real false flag, as Mr. Nimmo alluded, is the overt United States foreign policy and the mask of government that it wears. Any real representation has been killed or compromised and corrupted.

    The public needs a foreign policy to deal with those who have hijacked our government. The pirates and privateers, who know no borders, laws, or government, except as tools to be used against the public and scapegoating the people themselves with divide and conquer propaganda.

    Our airwaves must be reclaimed and our “social media” realized as a public utility. The Commons.

    The only real anarcho-capitalists are the villains we unwittingly emulate when we blame our tools and each other for the ongoing, serious crimes against us and the rest of the world’s people.

    Thank you, Kurt and Newsbud, for not attaching ideological labels to every other statement and informing the community with integrity.

    P.S. I’m not sure if most parents know this, but the public schools are putting children through indoctrination seminars, concerning “How to deal with fake news”. No, not with critical thinking and searches for conflicts of interest. Arbiters of Truth. That’s what they are being told. “Go to Snopes.”

  4. Robert Lavergne says:

    People should read Lenin. His analysis of the political situation is as relevant today as when he wrote, 100 years ago. It is imperialism that produces war. Capitalism has not only failed. It can’t fully employ people. It can’t feed people – billions of children are starving, worldwide. It failed building things in the US because industry was where the working class was most organized. It can’t educate people because educated people might question the system that exploits them. It has not only failed us, it now is eating itself. The only game, nowadays, is the market in pure speculation, where greedy Wall St. types screw their customers. It failed, both economically and morally, and is in its’ death throes. That’s why it is so dangerous and is so willing to start wars that could end the human race.

    The US, which uses sanctions to starve people, is the only country to have used atomic weapons on civilians. Stalin once said that the atomic bomb is to nuclear power as the electric chair is to electricity. Contrary to popular myth, the Japanese facing the red army, who defeated the nazis, were already willing to surrender. Fleet Admiral W.D.Leahy, Chief of Staff to both Roosevelt and Truman, and top ranking officer of the military hierarchy, “The use of this barbaric weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons. My own feeling is that in being the first to use it we had adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages.” Here’s the reactionary MacArthur, who also wasn’t consulted
    “My staff was unanimous in believing Japan was on the point of collapse and surrender. I even directed that plans be drawn for a peaceful occupation of Japan.” And Eisenhower recalling Potsdam “I voiced to him [Stimson] my grave misgivings, first on the basis of my belief that Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly because I thought that our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of such a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives.” J. Samuel Walker, the chief historian of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, wrote in the impeccably orthodox journal, Diplomatic History, that “The consensus among scholars is that the bomb was not needed to avoid an invasion of Japan and to end the war within a relatively short time. It is clear that alternatives to the bomb existed and that Truman and his advisers knew it…It is certain that the hoary claim that the bomb prevented one-half million American combat deaths is unsupportable.”

    Despite all this Truman ordered the two bombs that killed 200,000 civilians. All the evidence shows that both cities were not military or naval targets. They were deliberately chosen because they were civilian targets, which was undoubtedly the motive for Leahy’s quote above. The message was obviously directed at both Europe and the developing world – toe the US line, or else. But most significantly, the US knew that if Soviet forces entered into Japan, it would enhance the CCCP’s power and prestige and would reduce the US’s power to shape the world afterwards. It’s obvious that Truman’s decision to kill 200,000 civilians with the bomb was to forestall Soviet intervention and to intimidate the CCCP. The US is the only country to have used such a cruel and inhumane weapon on civilians. The USSR was admired, worldwide, for defeating the nazis. However, there were people in the US government that were closet nazis, who integrated nazi war-criminals into the intelligence services, and probably bullied Truman into using the bomb on civilians.

    The world doesn’t need to be terrorized into toeing an economic and political line at the risk of having atomic bombs dropped on civilian populations, which imperialists have done in the past, and seem willing to do again. To hope that imperialists can be restrained with reforms by this or that government is very dangerous.

    Sanctions are a prelude to war. Leadership doesn’t come from marking an “x” on a ballot sheet, so someone else gets to decide where next to invade and destroy. . Real leadership means accepting responsibility for actively making political changes in the domestic system, directed at US workers’ interests and needs – healthcare, education, jobs. And when workers in other countries do the same, then, and only then, will countries be able to exchange materially and culturally, on an equitable basis, without one country dominating the other.

    • Robert Diggins says:

      Hi Robert L.,

      ” To hope that imperialists can be restrained with reforms by this or that government is very dangerous.”

      As opposed to what other choice? I agree with what you said about imperialism. I’m not sure what you meant by saying that trying to reform government to stop imperialism is dangerous.

      Could you clarify what you mean? I don’t know if or what you are contrasting with the reform of governments. Is this an argument against the existence of government (which I would say is impossible by nature) or just a warning that the task ahead is dangerous?


    • “Two atomic bombs made by the allied powers (USA and UK) from uranium-235 and plutonium-239 were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki respectively early in August 1945.,-nagasaki,-and-subsequent-weapons-testin.aspx
      One Uranium
      one Plutonium.
      “They were deliberately chosen because they were civilian targets.”[above]
      Apart from messaging the other powers; or in conjunction with that messaging; we have the deeply insane ‘science of holocaust’ that required testing on live human beings.
      Which BURNS best ? Uranium or Plutonium. ?
      It Has to be argued the Japanese people were the live test. The guinea pig. The Laboratory Monkey available to LeMay and the other fattened one percenters’ of the corporate/military/intelligence/ in full flush at wars end. and now commanding the GLADIO social engineering program world wide.

  5. Mark Ribbit says:

    Excellent work Kurt, once again!

  6. Volkmar Fuerer says:

    It gives me grief to know our tax dollars are being used to kill innocent people in other nations, the money that’s used is wasted and sets up a dangerous world where we are making many enemies for financial or political gain. We are just pawns in this game. How can this be fixed so we are living in a safer world? Would cooperation with other nations be better than confrontation? What does it take to change the mindset of our leaders?

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