US has blood on its hands

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Blackwater mercenaries are now charged with murdering Iraqis, including children. The prosecutors have put a not-so-horrible face on it, calling it "manslaughter." All of the killers are former decorated US veterans.
Meanwhile, the Zetas are carrying out the most heinous crimes of the drug war at the US border, with decapitations and largescale murder of civilians and journalists.
The Zetas were trained as Special Forces by the United States, then eventually came to rule the Mexican drug war. The Guatemalan Kaibiles also received US Special Forces training. These killers, known for extreme cruelty, even served as "UN Peacekeepers." The Kaibiles are known for their practice of forcing recruits to bite the heads off live chickens.
When you hear of the most horrible crimes against the people of the world, ask yourself, "Who has the technology, training, weapons and money to carry this out?"
Too often the answer is the United States. The School of the Americas is just one place that foreign nationals have been trained by the United States to torture and murder. Indigenous Peoples are being murdered around the world, as their lands and resources are seized for corporate profiteering.
Commenting on the murderers trained by the US, a friend said, "When a dog kills a chicken, and gets a taste of it, it will keep killing. The only thing you can do with the dog is to put it down."
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PHOTO: A truck, carrying Mexican army soldiers, drives past a pedestrian bridge where a giant banner signed by the Zetas, the enforcement arm of the Gulf drug cartel, hangs in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, northern Mexico, Sunday, April 13, 2008. The banner reads in Spanish: "Operative group 'The Zetas' wants you, soldier or ex-soldier. We offer a good salary, food and benefits for your family. Don't suffer anymore mistreatment and don't go hungry. We wont give you instant noodle soup." (AP Photo/El Manana de Nuevo Laredo)


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