Iraq, death and the facts, reveals genocide Inc as the United Nations mandate


The Korean War that would conclude with a dividing of the Korean Peninsular into north and south, began on June 25, 1950, and ended July 27, 1953. The entire event was the first war in which no nation made a Declaration of War. This was the consequence of the shift to the United Nations as the governing governmental international authority over war and interventions, sanctions and austerity, dished out as punishment and reward due to an act called ‘borrowing’ from the Central Banks and then at some time in the future, moving into default.

We can therefore contest that the United Nations is best described as the global government for bankrupt governments, administrating each according to the central banking cartel’s will.

Russian Doll International Politics

In 1991, the First Gulf War was followed by a United Nations sanctions regime. The second war on Iraq, though claimed to be a consequence of the 2001 game changer, 911, did not begin until 2003.

In March 2016, the Washington DC based Physicians for Social Responsibility (PRS)[1] released a landmark study concluding that the death toll from 10 years of the “War on Terror” since the 9/11 attacks was at least 1.3 million, and could be as high as 2 million.

While the report offers evidence that the actual figures are way higher than those used by the military, the U.N. and the media, they show their own real intent and position in the mix in the choice of words when describing the overall action. They always use the term, U.S – U.K.- led war on terror. 

As we have just worked out, the second war against Iraq in 2003, set forth in the U.K, by the political party New Labour, was a war that was under the Jurisdiction of the United Nations sanctions regime, it was therefore the commanding authority.

Yet another interesting fact that the media and number crunchers avoid like the plague, shows us that  because it was Labour that forced and lied the U.K. into all the wars against Islam, revealed the reality that because of the block voting encouraged through the Mosque system, British Muslims, to secure the benefits payouts, are responsible for the wars against their own, and as if that was not bad enough, they did this against the will of the white British who marched against the wars by the million, and turned back to the hated Tories, whilst still reeling after Thatcher and Major. The eventual kick back and long term agenda of the war against Iraq is the genocide of Christians across the Middle East and into Asia that will not cease until they are entirely ethnically cleansed, like was achieved in Rwanda in Africa under the watch of the United Nations.

In essence almost all the wars since 1950 have been operated under contract to the bankers global governing body, the United Nations, it is not as they are apt to present, “Individual nations” attacking others outside the contract they are under with the United Nations. They do this to protect the real agenda of the U.N because it allows the organisation to hide behind its own contractors who take the blame through the magic of the media and the manipulation of language. That alone provides all the evidence one would need to prove this reality as fact, that the real agenda of the United Nations is war.

Facts and Figures

Undisputed U.N figures show that 1.7 million Iraqi civilians died due to its own brutal sanctions regime,  half the dead were known to be children.

Yet the U.N. itself continued to use the term, U.S.- U.K. led sanctions regime.

The mass death was seemingly intended. Among items banned by the U.N sanctions were chemicals and equipment essential for Iraq’s national water treatment system. A secret US Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) document discovered by Professor Thomas Nagy of the School of Business at George Washington University amounted, he said, to “an early blueprint for genocide against the people of Iraq”.

In his paper for the Association of Genocide Scholars at the University of Manitoba, Professor Nagi explained that the DIA document revealed “minute details of a fully workable method to ‘fully degrade the water treatment system’ of an entire nation” over a period of a decade. The sanctions policy would create “the conditions for widespread disease, including full scale epidemics,” thus “liquidating a significant portion of the population of Iraq”.

As we shall see shortly over 1.2 million of those killed are actually Christian, therefore contrary to the narrative pushed by the mainstream and politics, this war on terror is not against Muslims alone, and clearly shows that TWO religions are being coerced into war in order ONE does not have too.

This means that in Iraq alone, the U.N-led war from 1991 to 2003 killed 1.9 million Iraqis; then from 2003 onwards another 1 million plus, totalling around 3 million Iraqis dead over a two decade period.

Although 40,000 dead had been buried in Najaf since the launch of the war, IBC recorded only 1,354 deaths in Najaf for the same period. That example shows how wide the gap is between IBC’s Najaf figure and the actual death toll — in this case, by a factor of over 30.

Such gaps are replete throughout IBC’s database. In another instance, IBC recorded just three airstrikes in a period in 2005, when the number of air attacks had in fact increased from 25 to 120 that year. Again, the gap here is by a factor of 40.

If we bring this story right up to date the findings are sinister to say the least. The U.N. controlled operations in Iraq, through the Iraqi government created by the U.N, has killed one million and two hundred and fifty-thousand Christians in Iraq, showing clearly the war in Iraq has absolutely nothing at all to do with 911 or indeed WMDs, we are speaking in terms of genocide of all peoples in Iraq that do not comply with the dementia that is the new world order being built by the Zionist.

According to the “World Watch List 2018” report, Christians in Iraq find themselves trapped in the eighth-worst nation in the world in which to be Christian — as such they are experiencing extreme persecution, and not just from those classed as extremists.

Although “Violent Religious Groups” (such as the Islamic State) are “Very Strongly” responsible, two other societal classes seldom associated with the persecution of Christians in Iraq are also “Very Strongly” responsible, the report states :

1) “Government officials at any level from local to national,” and
2) “Non-Christian religious leaders at any level from local to national.”
Also, three other societal groups —
1) “Ethnic group leaders,”
2) “Normal citizens (people from the general public), including mobs,” and
3) “Political parties at any level from local to national” — are all “Strongly” responsible for the persecution of Christians in Iraq. In other words, virtually everyone is involved.

“Violent religious groups such as IS and other radical militants are known for targeting Christians and other religious minorities through kidnappings and killings. Another source of persecution comes from Islamic leaders at any level, mostly in the form of hate-speech in mosques. Government officials at all levels are reported to threaten Christians and ‘encourage’ them to emigrate. Also, normal citizens in the North have reportedly made remarks in public, questioning why Christians are still in Iraq.”

Christianity appears to be the real target group outside western Christendom in these so called wars on terror. Granted, the initial violence is against Muslims, but when the U.N. takes over, it all moves against the Christians as the Muslims are moved into Europe. Coudenhove Kalergi?

The same game has also played out in Afghanistan but with Afghanistan we are speaking of the opium poppy being guarded for shipment to the global market. But as with Iraq, the language always lays blame at the feet of the United States and the United Kingdom.[2]

Notes
[1] The PSR report was authored by an interdisciplinary team of leading public health experts, including Dr. Robert Gould, director of health professional outreach and education at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center, and Professor Tim Takaro of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University.

The study has been almost completely blacked out by the English-language media, despite being the first effort by a world-leading public health organisation to produce a scientifically robust calculation of the number of people killed by the United Nations – led “war on terror”.

The report conducts a critical review of previous death toll estimates of “war on terror” casualties. It is heavily critical of the figure most widely cited by mainstream media as authoritative, namely, the Iraq Body Count (IBC) estimate of 110,000 dead. That figure is derived from collating media reports of civilian killings, but the PSR report identifies serious gaps and methodological problems in this approach.

According to the PSR study, the much-disputed Lancet study that estimated 655,000 Iraq deaths up to 2006 (and over a million until today by extrapolation) was likely to be far more accurate than IBC’s figures. In fact, the report confirms a virtual consensus among epidemiologists on the reliability of the Lancet study. In particular, PSR assessed the claims of Michael Spaget, John Sloboda and others who questioned the Lancet study data collection methods as potentially fraudulent. All such claims, PSR found, were spurious.

[2] Afghanistan
In Afghanistan, PSR’s estimate of overall casualties could also be very conservative. Six months after the 2001 bombing campaign, The Guardian’s Jonathan Steele revealed that anywhere between 1,300 and 8,000 Afghans were killed directly, and as many as a further 50,000 people died avoidably as an indirect result of the war.

In his book, Body Count: Global Avoidable Mortality Since 1950 (2007), Professor Gideon Polya applied the same methodology used by The Guardian to UN Population Division annual mortality data to calculate plausible figures for excess deaths. A retired biochemist at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Polya concludes that total avoidable Afghan deaths since 2001 under ongoing war and occupation-imposed deprivation amount to around 3 million people, about 900,000 of whom are infants under five.

Although Professor Polya’s findings are not published in an academic journal, his 2007 Body Count study has been recommended by California State University sociologist Professor Jacqueline Carrigan as “a data-rich profile of the global mortality situation” in a review published by the Routledge journal, Socialism and Democracy.

As with Iraq, US intervention in Afghanistan began long before 9/11 in the form of covert military, logistical and financial aid to the Taliban from around 1992 onwards. This US assistance propelled the Taliban’s violent conquest of nearly 90 percent of Afghan territory.

In a 2001 National Academy of Sciences report, Forced Migration and Mortality, leading epidemiologist Steven Hansch, a director of Relief International, noted that total excess mortality in Afghanistan due to the indirect impacts of war through the 1990s could be anywhere between 200,000 and 2 million. The Soviet Union, of course, also bore responsibility for its role in devastating civilian infrastructure, thus paving the way for these deaths.

Altogether, this suggests that the total Afghan death toll due to the direct and indirect impacts of US-led intervention since the early nineties until now could be as high 3-5 million.

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