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[casi] attacking the civilian infrastructure

Iraq Faces Massive U.S. Missile Barrage

"You're sitting in Baghdad and all of a sudden you're the general and
30 of your division headquarters have been wiped out. You also take
the city down. By that I mean you get rid of their power, water. In
2,3,4,5 days they are physically, emotionally and psychologically
exhausted," Harlan Ullman tells Martin.

Notice the clear intent of attacking the civilian infrastructure
including water supplies. It is no secret!

Our leaders (and the various officials) have massive destructive
capacity in their control and are not properly accountable or
answerable to neither the UNSC or we the people. We do not know what
they did in our name in the Gulf War, Desert Fox, 'no-fly zones', 661
committee etc. Will we ever?

Mark Parkinson

Mark Parkinson

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