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Posted 02 February 2019 - 10:46 PM
Shows how deceptive and cruel is USA military still operates under Lincoln's kill the civilians rule:
"extermination, not of soldiers alone, that is the least of the trouble, but the people" .... "We are not fighting against enemy armies, but against an enemy people, both young and old, rich and poor, and they must feel the iron hand of war in the same way as organized armies."
USA's "freedom and democracy" lie in action in Philippines:
Around 1902 in another attempt to "clean" for "world order"
US General Jacob H. Smith tells the commanding officer of the Marines assigned to clean up the island of Samar, Philippines:
"I want no prisoners.
I wish you to kill and burn;
the more you kill and burn the better it will please me."
He orders that the entire island of Samar be converted into a "howling wilderness." He specifically orders that all males over the age of ten are to be shot. Step one is to burn the town of Balangiga to the ground.
Valentine's Day is coming when we celebrate the fire bombing of Dresden, Germany and many other cities. It's how we USAers show our love.
Edited by Ivan88, 02 February 2019 - 11:23 PM.
Posted 02 February 2019 - 11:33 PM
USA returns Church bells looted after killing 10,000 Philippinos
BELLS RETURNED. The Balangiga Bells are unloaded at the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City, its first stop in its historic return to the Philippines after 117 years. Photo by Rambo Talabong/Rappler
"MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – After over a century, the Balangiga Bells are finally back home in the Philippines.
The US military plane carrying the historic bells arrived at the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City past 10:30 am on Tuesday, December 11.
Over the decades, the Philippine government had repeatedly asked its ally to return the bells, which were taken by American soldiers from a church in Balangiga town, Eastern Samar, as war booty in 1901.
After President Rodrigo Duterte asked the US to return the 3 bells during his 2017 State of the Nation Address, the US said it would consider the request, and later agreed to give up the bells to forge a stronger friendship with the Philippines.
They're not just bells: Before they were carted off, the bells tolled in the church of Balangiga town. Filipinos rang them in 1901 to signal the start of a surprise attack against American troops during the Philippine-American War.
Armed with machetes, Filipinos killed 48 out of 78 American soldiers in Balangiga, handing the US Army one of its biggest defeats at the time.
The Americans retaliated with a campaign to kill Filipino males over the age of 10 in the town. US military officers ordered their troops to turn Balangiga into a "howling wilderness. Philippine historians estimated that at least 10,000 Filipinos were killed during the retaliatory attack.
What the bells mean: For the Philippines, the bells symbolize Filipinos' courage to stand up to foreign colonizers, while Americans see them as a memorial in honor of their soldiers who were killed at the time.
The US called its act of returning the bells “a demonstration of US commitment to the friendship and partnership, and the alliance” with the Philippines." This is a cover story, because, USA continues its vicious wars against People all over the World.
Edited by Ivan88, 02 February 2019 - 11:35 PM.
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