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Syria 🇸🇾

Dam massacre 2017

The U.S. military bombed a massive Euphrates River dam in Syria in 2017 despite a military report warning such an attack could lead to a flood that would kill tens of thousands of civilians. That’s according to The New York Times, which reports the attack on the 18-story Tabqa Dam led to critical equipment failure, causing a reservoir to rise and prompting panicked evacuations downstream. At the time, the commander of the U.S. offensive dismissed reports that the U.S. was responsible as “crazy reporting.” In fact, the U.S. was responsible, and even selected at least one concrete-penetrating bunker-buster bomb for the attack. A follow-up U.S. airstrike reportedly killed three workers who rushed to the dam to prevent a disaster.

https://www.democracynow.org/2022/1/21/headlines/us_bombed_syrian_dam_in_2017_despite_warning_that_tens_of_thousands_could_die

West Africa

Resources of knowledge:

Burkina Faso 🇧🇫

Coup 2022, Jan -- Actor: Damiba. President Roch Kaboré is deposed.

According to U.S. Africa Command, or AFRICOM, Damiba received training on multiple occasions from the U.S. military. Since 2008, African military officers trained at American so-called peacekeeping programs have successfully led or attempted at least nine coups across West Africa.

Currently, 29 January 2022, President Roch Kaboré is on a military camp, captive.

https://www.democracynow.org/2022/1/28/headlines/burkina_faso_coup_leader_paul_henri_damiba_who_was_trained_by_us_military_gives_first_speech

Coup 2014 -- Actor: Isaac Zida.

Two years earlier, when he was a major, Zida attended a counterterrorism training course at MacDill Air Force Base that was sponsored by Joint Special Operations University and attended a military intelligence course in Botswana that was financed by the U.S. government.

Coup 2015 -- Actor: Gen. Gilbert Diendéré

Diendéré had not only taken part in a U.S.-led Flintlock counterterrorism exercise, but he also served as a literal advertisement for it, appearing in an AFRICOM photo addressing Burkinabe soldiers before their deployment to Mali in support of the 2010 Flintlock exercise.

Mali 🇲🇱

2011 Coup -- Actor: Amadou Sanogo.

Amadou Sanogo — an officer who learned English in Texas, received intelligence training in Arizona, and underwent Army infantry-officer basic training in Georgia — took matters into his own hands and overthrew his country’s democratically elected government.

“America is a great country with a fantastic army,” he said after the 2012 coup. “I tried to put all the things I learned there into practice here.”

2020 Coup -- Actor: Assimi Goïta

In 2020, Col. Assimi Goïta, who worked with U.S. Special Operations forces for years, participating in Flintlock training exercises and attending a Joint Special Operations University seminar at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida, headed the junta that overthrew Mali’s government.

Palestine 🇵🇸

Israeli 🇮🇱 colonization of Palestine 🇵🇸

Resources on USA spending on Palestine and neighboring countries:

Ukraine

Prophets of War, Greg Hayes -- Raytheon CEO


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