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First they create the mess.

Then they do everything possible to keep others from fixing the mess.

Then they blame others for the mess they created.

Then they propose the same policies that created the mess in the first place as the way to fix the mess they created.
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Added on: 09/02/15 13:38
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Untold History of United States - Bush & Obama: Age of Terror (Subtitulado Español)
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(Who do these people think that they are?)

America's Dumbest Congressman: 'It's time to bomb Iran'

During an appearance on yesterday’s edition of “Washington Watch, ” Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, told host Tony Perkins that “we need to encourage this administration to go take out Iran’s nuclear capability” instead of pursuing negotiations: “I think it’s time to bomb Iran.”
Why now? No particular reason. Gohmert has likely just learned that all the important Republicans want to bomb Iran and wants in on that surefire path to base credibility. His theories on the subject are, of course, Gohmertian.
“I’m hoping and praying the president will realize, despite the agenda he has that has put Christians in jeopardy around the world, that he will not want to leave the Democratic Party so devastated that they won’t recover for many decades, ” Gohmert continued, [absentmindedly chewing on one of his shoes.]
What agenda does Obama have that is putting Christians in jeopardy around the world? Not supporting Israel, because Israel wants to bomb Iran and so we should do that.
[...] “that maybe he’ll start being more helpful to Israel instead of slapping them around as an unwelcomed visitor and start treating them like a friend. And maybe once he starts doing that he’ll realize we do need to bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities that we know of and anything that they move to fix, we bomb that as well.”
He also repeated the latest conservative conspiracy theory, which is that Obama threatened to attack Israeli warplanes if those Israeli planes tried to bomb Iran, another conspiracy theory supposing that Obama is demanding Nigeria legalizes same-sex marriage before America will help them fight Boko Haram, and he gushed over Benjamin Netanyahu's election-eve nixing of any two-state solution for reasons that Benjamin Netanyahu should probably be worried about.
“I’m just grateful that Netanyahu had announced there will be no two-state solution because, as you mentioned, [End Times author] Joel Rosenberg, he loves to point out in his favorite book, Joel, that Chapter 3, God says I am going to bring down judgment on nations that divide Israel. So I’d kind of hate to be a part of the nation that divides Israel, ” he added.
The End Times part being the clue that Louie Gohmert sees Israel as an important ally, true, but one that will have to be flattened into a post-nuclear wasteland in order to create the necessary runway for Jesus to fly his space-plane down and save the rest of us from the same fate. So Louie Gohmert is a "friend of Israel" in the same way that a lion is a "friend of that gazelle over there."
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Congress Demands War in Ukraine!

(Will the dumbed-down masses understand what is going on ? Or will they believe the propaganda?)

Just weeks after a European-brokered ceasefire greatly reduced the violence in Ukraine, the US House of Representatives today takes a big step toward re-igniting -- and expanding -- the bloody civil war.

A Resolution, "Calling on the President to provide Ukraine with military assistance to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity, " stealthily made its way to the House Floor today without having been debated in the relevant House Committees and without even being given a bill number before appearing on the Floor!

Now titled H. Res. 162, the bill demands that President Obama send lethal military equipment to the US-backed government in Kiev and makes it clear that the weapons are to be used to take military action to return Crimea and parts of eastern Ukraine to Kiev's rule.

Congress wants a war in Ukraine and will not settle for a ceasefire!

The real world effect of this Resolution must be made clear: The US Congress is giving Kiev the green light to begin a war with Russia, with the implicit guarantee of US backing. This is moral hazard on steroids and could well spark World War III.

The Resolution conveniently ignores that the current crisis in Ukraine was ignited by the US-backed coup which overthrew the elected government of Viktor Yanukovych. The secession of Crimea and eastern Ukraine were a reaction to the illegal coup engineered by US officials such as Victoria Nuland and Geoff Pyatt. Congress instead acts as if one morning the Russians woke up and decided to invade Crimea and eastern Ukraine.

There is no mention at all of US backing for the coup -- or even that a coup took place!
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Based in a report in the Russian newspaper Pravda 09/11 was an inside job of US government. A further source which supports this thesis. The publication of evidence was announced.
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Gayane Chichakyan can't get an answer from Jeff but will answer Matt Lee from AP News. It's OK if the US has military exercises near Russia but it's NOT OK if Russia has military exercises in Russia. BIG BULLY USA. The US calls Putin a dictator 24/7 on the news but intelligent Americans are not fooled.
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The problem of trying to have a conversation with imbeciles is that they are simply incapable of understanding anything outside of their obtuse reality. They suffer from cognitive dissonance and are proud of it. In fact, the more cognitively dysfunctional, the more the imbecile is celebrated as being strong. Imbeciles cannot be enlightened; their ignorant and boorish way of looking at the world is impervious to any different, even more correct perspective. Indeed, they have a visceral aversion to correction, which only retrenches their imbecility all the more.

The imbecilic Americans substitute axioms and accusations for rational dialogue. They are guided by their own self-serving propaganda and are deluded by every word of it. And proud of it! God bless America!
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In an interview with Brazilian television network TV Brasil during a conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Noam Chomsky discusses the many ways the Obama administration has not only supported terrorism but taken part in it with the drone program. Although both the short introduction and the question the interviewer asks about the last two years of Obama’s presidency are in Portuguese, most of the video is in English.

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It is pretty obvious that significant forces in Washington push for a big war in Europe, cold at least but hot if possible.

The U. S. wants to deliver additional weapons to Ukraine and to thereby goad Russia into such a wider war. The arguments made that such weapon delivers would somehow restrict Russia are just stupid and only hide the real plans: Escalation until Europe is (again) up in flames.

There is full steam lobbying by the U. S. to widen the conflict in Ukraine which it instigated in the first place:

The solution for the Ukraine is simple. Federalization, official acceptance of the Russian language which is spoken in the East and democratic elections of local governors. These have been the demands in the east and these have been solutions even U. S. foreign policy luminaries urged to accept a year ago.

The Ukraine is bankrupt. Instead of further instigating a civil war and pushing for its escalation it is urgently time to discuss how that problem can be solved. The solution can not be waging war and permanent subsidization of Europe's most corrupt country.

Federalization and constitutional reform (i. e. Point 3 Decentralization of power ...) are a major point agreed upon by both sides in the Minsk protocol about a ceasefire in east-Ukraine. But despite insisting on other points of the agreement himself Poroshenko still rejects those most important agreed upon conditions.

Should the U. S. win in its drive to escalate the situation by delivering more weapons to Kiev Russia will not cave in. History suggest that a Ukraine under NATO at its border is a deadly danger. Russia must and will take countermeasures. The U. S. will then cite those countermeasures as signs of "further aggression" and as justification for another round of escalation. A few more rounds of such and Europe will be up in flames.

That would be good for the U. S. economy but terrible for the Ukraine and Europe.
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Anti-Americanism, always strong on the German left, is growing on the right

THEIR name sounds like a parody, but it is not meant to be. On January 24th about 1, 000 Pegada, or “patriotic Europeans against the Americanisation of the Occident, ” took to the streets of Erfurt. In chants and on banners, they warned against a break with Russia and of a third world war, blaming the “terror power” of America. The spread of anti-Americanism in Germany worries John Emerson, America’s ambassador. He is soon to attend an “anti-Americanism conference” in Munich. Joachim Gauck, Germany’s president, frets that “Germans and Americans appear to live on different planets.”
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USA has been at war 222 out of 239 years since 1776.
This was not because it has been under attack.
It is all about the US hegemony, the creation of an unipolar world order where US corporations make the rules for the benefit of a very small minority of people.
The U. S. is not a democracy it is an oligarchy.
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A helpful 'cut and paste': ;)

1. The U. S. government, through Victoria Nuland, was caught interfering directly in Ukraine’s politics. Her “fuck the EU” phone call demonstrated the high level of U. S. State Department involvement. U. S. media focused largely on the negative PR caused by the “fuck the EU” comment, but skirted around the content of the phone call. The widely-leaked conversation featured Nuland and U. S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt “micro-managing Ukraine opposition party strategies, ” as Daniel McAdams put it.

2. The U. S. has “invested” 5 billion, that’s five billion dollars, on Ukraine’s political system since 1991, according to Victoria Nuland.

3. The presence of the far-right in the anti-government demonstrations was significant. Reports, such as the one from Anti-Fascist Action in Ukraine, suggest that pro-fascist and neo-Nazi groups formed a militant core inside Ukraine’s protests. The extreme right attacked opponents that they perceived as leftist, and controlled traffic inside the demonstrations.

4. Representatives of the U. S. government are happy to meet publicly with, and grant legitimacy to, the official arm of Ukraine’s extreme right, the Svoboda party.
Max Blumenthal’s article in Alternet and Salon provides detail about the disturbing political ideology of Svoboda, and the party’s link to the “Right Sector” militant street movement. As Blumenthal explains,
“Svoboda’s openly pro-Nazi politics have not deterred Senator John McCain from addressing a EuroMaidan rally alongside Tyahnybok, nor did it prevent Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland from enjoying a friendly meeting with the Svoboda leader this February. Eager to fend off accusations of anti-Semitism, the Svoboda leader recently hosted the Israeli Ambassador to Ukraine. “I would like to ask Israelis to also respect our patriotic feelings, ” Tyahnybok has remarked. “Probably each party in the [Israeli] Knesset is nationalist. With God’s help, let it be this way for us too.”

5. Although the U. S. and Canadian media have presented a narrative of a democratic uprising in Ukraine, the removal of Ukraine’s government was not conducted in a fashion that the U. S. or Canadian governments would consider “democratic” were it to occur in their own countries.
Yanukovich was elected. He was the candidate generally favoured by the Eastern and Russian-speaking portions of Ukraine, who were able to deliver more votes than his opposition.
The removal of the government did not occur according to legal provisions in Ukraine that allow for the dissolution of a government.
It was accompanied by considerable threats and violence that were not widely reported in Western media (not until after the ouster of the government, and not in any coherent fashion). Armed members of the opposition surrounded Ukraine’s parliament and prevented certain legislators from entering, allowing in only those who they supported.
Yanukovich remains the legal head of state in Ukraine.

6. The far-right character of much of Ukraine’s opposition was immediately manifested in legislation, and through other actions, after the forced removal of the Yanukovich government.
Laws protecting minority-language speakers, such as Russian and Greek, were repealed. These laws are an important part of the multi-ethnic character of Ukraine. The dissolution of these laws endangers the cultural balance within Ukraine, and does not appear to represent a majority desire within Ukraine.
Posters of WWII Nazi collaborator Stephen Bandera were erected in at least one government building. (Celebration of Bandera had previously been the focus of a 15, 000 member torchlight rally in Lviv.) One notable strongman attached to Ukraine’s far right, Sashko Biliy, was videotaped physically and verbally threatening a public prosecutor. Dmitry Yarosh is now ascendant, and may run for President. Essentially, Ukraine’s far-right was positioned in such a way as to be able to immediately implement aspects of its desired, ultra-reactionary agenda. Several of its activists now occupy key positions.
The toppling of statues in Western Ukraine has also been characteristic of the opposition, and of the far-right. The toppling of statues of Lenin in part represents anti-communism, and has been excused in some quarters as anti-Russian sentiment. Not only have statues of Lenin been toppled, however, but also statues of war heroes who fought against the Nazis in the Second World War. The toppling of those statues suggests a hostility to the struggle against fascism that the war represented. The toppling of statues associated with the Soviet Union, with Russia, and with the allied cause in World War II, and simultaneous veneration of pro-Nazi figures such as Stephen Bandera, is consistent with the values of Ukraine’s far right. Some of the toppled Lenin statues were also vandalized with fascist graffiti.
It is also interesting that, although hyperbole, one Svoboda MP is now calling for a Ukrainian nuclear weapons program, to be used against Russia.

7. Russia’s protection of its Crimean assets, in the context of the takeover of Ukraine’s government, has been portrayed in Western media as an invasion of Ukraine. This rhetorical framework is misleading.
There exists a legal agreement between Russia and Ukraine, negotiated in 1997, allowing Russia use of key Crimean naval facilities used by Russia’s Black Sea Fleet. Russia is permitted to station up to 25, 000 soldiers in Crimea and Sevastopol to protect the naval facilities, although it employs fewer than that number at present.
Given the very rapid and unprecedented actions that involve the removal of Ukraine’s government through no legal means, and the actions taken by organized militants who are demonstrably hostile to Ukraine’s Russian-speaking population, to the cultural presence of Russia in Ukraine, and the Russian government itself, Russia has mobilized its military to protect its Crimean facilities.
Militias have also formed in East Ukraine in order to protect the Russian-speaking population, and supporters of the government, from what they perceive as an immediate threat to the political and cultural status-quo that existed in delicate balance before Yanukovich was forced out.
From the standpoint of the Russian government, the extra-parliamentary toppling of Ukraine’s government, with consent, legitimacy, and organizational support provided by rival U. S. interests, represents a strategic threat to legally-protected Russian interests in Ukraine.

8. The toppling of Ukraine’s government and its replacement with an anti-Russian, pro-U. S. body, accentuates the collapse of the post-Soviet “peace dividend.” Some figures in NATO governments, during the negotiations over the post-Soviet space, implied that NATO would not expand eastwards.
Of course, NATO has expanded to the East. It has expanded into former East Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Rumania, Bulgaria, etc…
In this context, Russia’s fears of encirclement and the presence of a rival military power approaching closer and closer to Russia reach a new level of justification with the overthrow of Ukraine’s government. A pro-NATO body is now poised to bring that organization in direct proximity to the Russian heartland. Russia was invaded twice by Western countries in the twentieth century alone, and the possibility of a NATO move into Ukraine has dramatically heightened the threat felt by Russia.

9. Despite the celebration in the West of Ukraine’s new “government, ” it does not deviate from the promotion of “oligarchs” and “corruption” for which the Yanukovich government was attacked. Yulia Tymoshenko received a “lukewarm” reception in Kiev’s Independence Square, as many Ukrainians believe her to be as corrupt as other major political figures in the country. ‘Yats’ is an austerity-loving politician who is not expected to bring economic prosperity to Ukraine.

10. With regard to economic arrangements, the Yanukovich government sometimes selected Russian options over U. Shttp://www.sexyescortads.com/E. U. options when Russian options appeared more favourable. The forced change in government suggests that Ukraine’s new leadership will swing away from Russian options, in favour of U. S. and E. U. economic arrangements.
Ukraine’s economy is struggling, as it is forced to cope with ageing industrial plant, while negotiating export deals with multiple regions of the world. It is experiencing a budget deficit, and a number of mounting expenses. There has been discussion about the Western “offer” of financial aid, versus the Russian “offer.” Russia offered Ukraine’s government under Yanukovich “5% interest on $12 billion in additional bailout money, and a 33% discount on natural gas purchases from Gazprom.” The EU had not made as generous an offer prior to the recent crisis. Ukraine’s new leaders are now seeking IMF restructuring in order to join the EU.
A number of writers have also drawn attention to the negotiations over oil and gas, and their importance to the United States and NATO. Nafeez Ahmed’s article in the Guardian provides statements from NATO and the U. S. state department about the significance of Ukraine as an energy conduit, and Ukraine’s need to “diversify” access to its routes away from Russia.

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Western media has favoured an extremely one-sided narrative, in which peaceful democratic protesters toppled and legitimately replaced an unpopular regime. In this narrative, Russia has reacted in a sinister fashion, ‘invading’ Ukraine in order to reverse this popular protest.
In reality, many demonstrators were not peaceful, or democratic, and represented minority factions of Ukraine’s body politic. The opposition was also characterized by the significant involvement, and interference, by the United States in Ukraine’s political process. The U. S. had no qualms about providing legitimacy to far-right elements, and was not overly concerned about the methods used to remove Ukraine’s government. The overall actions of Ukraine’s opposition resemble a putsch more than a democratic uprising.
It is not “Pro-Putin” to suggest that dangerous militants from the extreme right have played an important role, and continue to play an important role, in the toppling of Ukraine’s government. What is happening in our (Western) media is that simple facts such as these are attributed to a “pro-Putin” position. The effect is to “Putin-bait” opposition to the U. Shttp://www.sexyescortads.com/E. U. policy in Ukraine. Ukrainians should be able to decide their own economic and political arrangements without the level of interference that the West has demonstrated in Ukraine. It was possible for Ukraine under its various governments to negotiate energy and financial deals with Russia, China, the European Union, the United States, and other countries. The recent events in Ukraine, following five billion dollars of U. S. investment in Ukraine, and support for Ukraine’s far-right extremists, have negated the decision-making power of a large part, perhaps the majority, of Ukraine’s population.
Worse still are the geopolitical consequences following from the removal of Ukraine’s government. As Russia has watched its’ security frontier shrink by hundreds of kilometres since 1992, it has become increasingly willing to engage in military action along its borders, as in Georgia in 2008. The policy of bringing East European countries into NATO, by hook or by crook, is perhaps the most dangerous action with regard to international stability that is currently pursued by the United States government.
On top of everything that has been written here, it is important to again emphasize that Ukraine is deeply-divided, and in more ways than one. Its history is tied to Kievan Rus, a political formation that was foundational to modern-day Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. Through war and politics, Ukraine has been a part of Polish and Russian empires and federations, and parts of today’s Ukraine have been ruled by Hungary, Lithuania, and Austria. The very name “Ukraine” is interpreted as “border-land, ” and its history is shaped by it’s proximity to European empires.
It is an understatement to say that Ukraine’s population is “mixed.” Ukraine’s East-West division is only its most prominent. The actual territory and borders of present-day Ukraine is a very recent development. The addition of Crimea, previously understood as a Russian territory, only occurred as a result of a decision by Nikita Khrushchev in 1954. The political character of today’s Ukraine, whose borders were created little more than 20 years ago, is necessarily fragmented. The back-and-forth between East-oriented and West-oriented governments in Ukraine reflects its most significant division.
Consequently, when our newspapers report that Ukrainians overthrew an unpopular government, or Ukrainians rejoice at the return of Tymoshenko, they cannot mean all Ukrainians – although that is the message. Washington is speaking for Ukrainians in the same manner that it has spoken for ‘Libyans, ’ ‘Syrians, ’ and ‘the Iraqi people.’ In the most recent elections, Ukrainians, as a country, voted for Yanukovich. Rather than respecting that decision, Western governments have applied pressure to topple Yanukovich.
Ukrainians should be allowed to pick and choose the political and economic agreements that work best within the Eastern and Western influences that shape Ukraine today. Russia and the U. Shttp://www.sexyescortads.com/E. U. provide various offers to Ukraine, as seen in the recent negotiations over energy and debt. The election of Yanukovich appeared, for the U. S., to shift the pendulum too far to the east. The subsequent actions of the United States are equivalent to a losing player throwing the chess board off the table. If there are no rules, what happens next?
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"In the CNN propaganda show, Wolf Blitzer failed to report that German intelligence challenges Washington’s claims about Russia and that the French and German governments have finally realized that Washington is insane and are working desperately to stop Washington’s drive toward war.
Washington and its UK puppet have spent the entirety of the 21st century creating death and destruction. Seven countries have been invaded, bombed, or droned in order “to spread democracy.” Iraq is destroyed, as is Afghanistan, Libya and Somalia . Syria nearly so, and Pakistan and Yemen are politically and socially destabilized by incessant US air attacks. The democratic, elected, governments of Honduras and Ukraine have been overthrown by US coups. Venezuela is next in line, with Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina and Brazil waiting their turn."
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This US state department speaker thinks we are idiots.
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Noam Chomsky said corporations, not the government or leftist scolds, pose the greatest threat to freedom of expression in the United States.
The linguist and political scientist disagreed with Ezra Levant, the Canadian conservative host of The Rebel, that the American left had abandoned its free speech ideals of the 1960s and 1970s, when demonstrators were calling for civil rights and an end to the Vietnam War.

“The struggle for free speech in the 60s and 70s was an effort to break through constraints against what could be articulated and what people could hear, ” Chomsky said.

He also disagreed with Levant’s suggestion that leftists used free speech as a “temporary weapon” to advocate social change decades ago, but are enforcing politically correct speech codes now that they are in a position of authority.
“I don’t think that’s true at all, ” Chomsky said. “The constraints on breaking through to the public are greater than they were, or at least comparable, to what they were in the 60s.”
He dismissed Levant’s concerns about campus speech codes as “a dramatic exaggeration, ” but Chomsky said corporations placed “pretty rigid” restrictions on the terms of debate.
“It is a very marginal phenomenon on campus which barely exists, but there’s a major phenomenon, and that is the virtual monopolization of the major media by private, corporate entities which radically restricts the opportunity for expressing opinion and providing information, ” Chomsky said. “It’s true that you can get around it in peripheral ways, but this is an enormous constraint of freedom of speech.”
He said the First Amendment offered protection from government constraints on free speech, but not from corporate limitations.
“Nothing prevents me from saying in the United States that the Iraq War was the worst crime in the 21st Century, but I can reach only very marginal audiences on what is pretty obvious fact, ” Chomsky said. “You can say in the United States within the mainstream that the Iraq War was a strategic blunder, as Obama did, but try saying that it’s a crime of aggression of a kind that led to the hanging of Nazi criminals at Nuremberg. Try to write an op-ed about that.”

According to Chomsky, the general public relies almost entirely on limited information rationed out by corporations, which he said tilts the political spectrum overwhelming toward the right.
“Obama is a man of the center-right, ” Chomsky said. “It’s called the left in the United States, but that’s an indication of the narrowness of the spectrum.”
Some elected officials do occasionally reflect his own views, Chomsky said.
“There have been times when [left-leaning Independent Senator] Bernie Sanders has expressed views very close to mine on foreign policy, [and] there are times when [Republican Senator] Rand Paul did, ” he said.
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Terrorism is “Made in the USA”.
The Global War on Terrorism is a Fabrication, A Big Lie

Prominent academic and author Dr Michel Chossudovsky warned that the so-called war on terrorism is a front to propagate America’s global hegemony and create a New World Order.

Dr Chossudovsky said terrorism is made in the US and that terrorists are not the product of the Muslim world.

According to him, the US global war on terrorism was used to enact anti-terrorism laws that demonised Muslims in the Western world and created Islamophobia.

Elaborating on his argument, Dr Chossudovsky said that NATO was responsible for recruiting members of the Islamic state while Israel is funding “global jihad elements inside Syria”.

Dr Chossudovsky, who is also the founder of the Centre for Research and Globalisation, further emphasised that the global war on terrorism is a fabrication, a big lie and a crime against humanity.

Echoing Dr Chossudovsky’s arguments, Malaysia’s prominent political scientist, Islamic reformist and activist Dr Chandra Muzaffar said that the US has always manipulated religion to further its global hegemony on sovereign states.
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Countries attacked by bombing, sabotage or attempted government overthrow since end of world war two

China 1945-46
Syria 1949
Korea 1950-53
China 1950-53
Iran 1953
Guatemala 1954
Tibet 1955-70s
Indonesia 1958
Cuba 1959
Democratic Republic of the Congo 1960-65
Iraq 1960-63
Dominican Republic 1961
Vietnam 1961-73
Brazil 1964
Belgian Congo 1964
Guatemala 1964
Laos 1964-73
Dominican Republic 1965-66
Peru 1965
Greece 1967
Guatemala 1967-69
Cambodia 1969-70
Chile 1970-73
Argentina 1976
Turkey 1980
Poland 1980-81
El Salvador 1981-92
Nicaragua 1981-1990
Cambodia 1980-95
Angola 1980
Lebanon 1982-84
Grenada 1983-84
Philippines 1986
Libya 1986
Iran 1987-88
Libya 1989
Panama 1989-90
Iraq 1991
Kuwait 1991
Somalia 1992-94
Iraq 1992-1996
Bosnia 1995
Iran 1998
Sudan 1998
Afghanistan 1998
Yugoslavia-Serbia 1999
Afghanistan 2001
Iraq 2002-3
Ukraine 2004-present
Somalia 2006-2007
Iran 2005-present
Libya 2011
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