Prof Michel Chossudovsky:
“September 11 2001 opens up an era of crisis, upheaval and militarization of American society. The post September 11, 2001 era is marked by the outright criminalization of the US State, including its judicial, foreign policy, national security and intelligence apparatus.”
“(…) The crimes committed “in the name of 9/11″ involving acts of war are far-reaching, resulting in the deaths of millions of people as well as the destruction of entire countries.”
Michel Chossudovsky, director of the Center for Research on Globalization based in Montreal:
“This decision wasn’t taken in Ottawa, it was taken in Washington. (…) All acts of mediation and diplomacy and peace-building are being scrapped in favor of a possible military strike on Iran“. (1)
“It’s very unfortunate. We have to maintain dialog with countries and build peace rather than create conditions which could lead to a military accident. Continue reading
Actual photo of the Northwoods Memorandum by L.L.LEMNITZER / Wiki Commons *
“US military doctrine envisages the central role of “massive casualty producing events” in which innocent civilians are killed. The killings are deliberately carried out as part of a covert operation. The enemy is blamed for the resulting atrocities.
The objective is to justify a military agenda on humanitarian grounds. The doctrine dates back to 1962: Operation Northwoods.” Michel Chossudovsky
‘Free Syrian Army foot-soldiers of Western military alliance’ RussiaToday
”The international envoy to Syria tells the UN Security Council there’s no progress in implementing a ceasefire – while the ‘Friends of Syria’ group is criticised for undermining the UN-backed peace efforts. To discuss the different approaches for settling the year-long conflict in Syria, RT joined live by Michel Chossudovsky, who’s director at the Centre for Research on Globalization.”
The Truth about Libya and NATO’s “Humanitarian” Military Road Map on 09/09/2011 at Friends House in Toronto with Cynthia McKinney, Mahdi Nazemroaya and Michel Chossudovsky.
Global Research, August 26, 2011
Press TV – 2011-08-25
A political analyst says the leaders of NATO member states taking part in the bombing campaign in Libya are guilty of spilling the blood of many innocent Libyans.
“NATO’s heads of governments have blood on their hands; they have lots of bloods on their hands because they have killed a lot of men, women and children,” Michel Chossudovsky, director of Center for Research on Globalization in Montreal, told Press TV.