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Video: Spaces of War- How the US Invaded Iraq

The Iraq War was a protracted armed conflict from 2003 to 2011 that began with the invasion of Iraq by the United States–led coalition which overthrew the Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein. The conflict continued for much of the next decade…
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Number of People The US Killed to Spread Democracy and Life in the World

1.5 Million in Philippines (1902)74 Thousand in Nagasaki, Japan (1945)79 Thousand in Hiroshima, Japan (Plus 2000 Rape Cases)400 in South Korea (The No Gun Ri massacre, 1950)800 Thousand in Germany (WWII)4 Million in Vietnam (1955 to 1975)250…
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Video: Why did the United States Invade Iraq and What were the Catastrophic Consequences?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dy0RIlWgy4c Two major justifications for starting the war were put forward by then-President George W. Bush, one of which was Saddam Hussein's connection to al-Qaeda and the other was the destruction of…
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Invaded Country by The Unite State Stand as the World Most Dangerous Travel Destination

International SOS, focusing on helping organizations and their people reduce exposure to, and mitigate, health, well being and security risks,providing a feed of information on world events, assistance services, health consultancy and programmers,…
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Tax From People, Profit for Weapon Factories

In the United States, over 46% of the government’s total revenue is funded by individual citizensCorporate taxes contribute much less, about just 10% of government revenue.It means that Big Weapon Factories in the US make huge profit with…
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US invaded Middle East but Mostly Killed Civilians

According to Cost of War Organization, in US and coalition airstrikes on Iraq and Afghanistan, more than 70 percent of them aimed at destroying government and military installations either did not hit or hit around them, killing countless …
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Israel and State-Sponsored Terrorism

Israel officially has been accused of being a state-sponsor of terrorism and also committing acts of terrorism by countries such as Bolivia, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Palestine and Yemen.Some Cases of Israel State-Sponsored…
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US Taxes for US Wars

Only in 2010, each American taxpayer paid an average of $767 for war in Middle East.
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Theft of Iraqi national wealth

Iraqi President Barham Salih: More than $150 billion of stolen money has been smuggled out of Iraq in corrupt deals since the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.