1941 — 1945 — The bombing of cities that are irrelevant to the war and the War Production had: Dresden, Hamburg. In Dresden, killing approximately 120,000 — 250,000 civilians in one night, most of them were refugees. Lend-Lease Act to help us started only in 1943, before the aid was symbolic; America at the same time secretly helped the Nazis, which is now talk is not accepted. Business is business. U.S. supported the extremely violent Croatian Ustasha fascists who are then actively used in the anti-Soviet struggle. One of the most terrible crimes, of course, is secretly sponsoring American funds inhuman experiments on human beings in Nazi concentration camps. For financial aid America had unlimited access to research results. After the war, all German and Japanese experts were brought to the United States, where they continued their research on prisoners, residents of homes for the elderly, prisoners, immigrants, people in Latin America, etc.
1945 — The two atomic bombs dropped on Japan is prostrate, resulting in the deaths of about 200,000 (according to other sources, 0.5 million) people, mostly women and children. There is a widespread belief that the bombs were dropped in order to save American lives. This is not true. The bombs were dropped in order to intimidate the new enemy, Stalin, when Japan was already trying to negotiate a surrender. The leading commanders of the Second World War, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Chester Nimitz and Curtis LeMay, one and all not approve the use of atomic bombs against the defeated enemy. In addition, the bombs were dropped despite the prohibition of the Hague Convention of 1907 — "there is no justification for unlimited destruction or attacks against civilians and civilian objects as such." Nagasaki was even a naval base … After the occupation of Japan by U.S. troops from starvation deaths of 10 million people. Also, as usual, the Americans fully demonstrated their "civilization": a tradition they became the wearing of "souvenirs" taken from the bones and other body parts of dead Japanese. You can imagine how happy the Japanese, seeing the streets of the winners with such ornaments.
1945 — 1991 — the USSR. Of course, all the anti-Soviet sabotage, acts of terrorism, provocation does not list. We should also mention the Anglo-American plan "Unthinkable", which was declassified several years ago and has not caused any interest in "democratic" media. This is not surprising — the plan was to attack the joint fascist, British and American troops on the Soviet Union in the summer of 1945. What Democrat dares to tell about this? Captured Germans are not disarmed by our "allies", no one forces them to disband, war criminals suffered no punishment. On the contrary, the Nazis gathered in the army of a hundred thousand, which is just waiting for the order to repeat his blitzkrieg. Fortunately, Stalin managed to redeploy our troops so that neutralized the amerikanofashistov, and they did not dare us to "democratize". However, the friendship of Americans with the Nazis continued: virtually no war criminal in West Germany was not punished, many have served in NATO and in the highest positions in the government. At that time, the United States, has a monopoly on nuclear weapons, began preparing a preventive war, which has to be deployed in 1948. For the first 30 days of scheduled reset 133 atomic bombs on 70 Soviet cities, of which 8 — to Moscow and 7 — to Leningrad, later assumed to lose another 200 atomic bombs. However, the control calculations showed that the U.S. strategic aviation in 1949 — 1950 years, still could not inflict a fatal blow to the Soviet Union, which would have made him incapable of resistance (the plan "Dropshot"), so that "democratization" was postponed. America tried by all means to ignite ethnic conflicts, to sell the defective equipment (which, by the way, once led to the biggest explosion in the Soviet Union at all — in 1982 blew up a gas pipeline with American equipment in Siberia). In the history of the Soviet Union no combat aircraft did not intrude into the airspace of the United States, did not make overflights in this country, did not lead to its air combat. But over fifty years of confrontation over the Soviet Union shot down over thirty combat and reconnaissance aircraft USA. In aerial combat over our territory, we lost 5 combat aircraft, the Americans were shot down several of our freight and passenger sides. In all, there were more than five thousand violations of our border by American planes. During the same period in the Soviet Union were identified and arrested more than one hundred and forty paratroopers — saboteurs with the specific job on keeping diversions on our territory. CIA actively Soviet money to print and deliver them in every way possible to our country, to cause inflation. Western scientists urgently develop some scientific theories about Russian natural inclination to violence and slavery to the subconscious pre-programmed to win the entire Earth. Today, many have become publicly known plans for waging nuclear war with the Soviet Union and other socialist countries, "Chariotir", "Trojan", "Bravo", "Offtekl." Americans were even willing to cast aside the atomic bombs of its European allies, that the last Russian had nowhere to run from the destroyed nuclear weapons Soviet Union. The most serious concerns on the part of the then Soviet Union was that it became clear later, it is quite reasonable. For example, in the 1970s, has been declassified, for example, founded November 3, 1945 by the Joint Intelligence Directorate, under the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the U.S. "development", according to which the atomic attack immediately to the 20 cities in the USSR planned to "not only in the case of the upcoming Soviet attack but when the level of scientific and industrial development of the country will give the opponent the opportunity to attack the United States or to defend against our attack "… But the heroic efforts of the Soviet people, an incredible all-out effort of workers and intellectuals have made it possible to present an economic miracle and totally unexpected for the creation of the U.S. nuclear weapons . Americans miss the bus right moment to attack, many times offered a preemptive strike in the 50's. later, but they stopped all the time in fear of getting a response. According to the CIA, America spent on the destruction of the USSR, a total of 13 trillion dollars.
1946 — Yugoslavia. American troops are taking revenge for the downed plane.
1946 — 1949 — The U.S. bombed China and provide any opposition to the Communists.
1947 — Italy. In order to combat communism funded pro-American forces in the elections, the CIA mass-killing communists, conducts anti-Soviet campaign in the media. In the end, with American money had been forged election results and, of course, the communists lost.
1947 — 1948 — France. In order to combat communism and the re-colonization of Vietnam funded by the pro-American forces in the elections, military support. The deaths of thousands of civilians.
1947 — 1949 — Greece. U.S. troops are involved in a civil war, supporting the fascists. Under the pretext of "protecting democracy" the U.S. intervene in the holding of the first general election in Italy, introduced combat ships of the 6th Fleet operating in Italian ports to prevent the Communist Party came to power peacefully. For several decades after the war, the CIA and U.S. corporations continued to interfere in the elections in Italy, have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to block the election campaign of the Communists. The popularity of the Communists was based on their active participation in the anti-fascist movement, when they led all the forces of resistance.
1948 — 1953 — military action in the Philippines. The crucial part in punitive operations against the Filipino people. The death of thousands of Filipinos. U.S. military launched a campaign against the Left forces in the country at a time when they fought against the Japanese invaders. After the war, the United States led to a series of puppet government there, including the president-dictator Marcos. In 1947, were financially supported by the pro-American forces to the opening of U.S. military bases in the Philippines.
1948 — Peru. The military coup carried out by America. Manuel came to power Odria. Non-democratic government in the future armed and supported by America, following elections took place only in 1980.
1948 — Nicaragua: military support to establish control over the government. About dictator Anastasio Somoza American President Roosevelt said: "He may be a son of a bitch, but he's our son of a bitch." The dictator was killed in 1956, but his dynasty remained in power.
1948 — Costa Rica. America supports a military coup.
1949 — 1953 — Albania. United States and United Kingdom have made several unsuccessful attempts to overthrow the "communist regime" and replace it with a pro-Western government from among monarchists and fascist collaborators.
1950 — Uprising in Puerto Rico suppressed by U.S. troops. At the time, there was a struggle for independence.
1950 — 1953 — armed intervention in Korea about a million American soldiers. The death of hundreds of thousands of Koreans. In 2000 only became aware of the mass murder of tens of thousands of political prisoners army and police Seoul regime committed during the Korean War. This was done on the orders of America, which feared that the prisoners of conscience, detained for their political beliefs, frees the DPRK People's Army. Americans actively use chemical and biological weapons produced for them by the Nazi criminals and tested at our prisoners.
1950 — the beginning of U.S. military aid to the French in Vietnam. Delivery of weapons and military advice, pay half the military spending of France.
1951 — U.S. military aid to the Chinese rebels.
1953 — 1964 — British Guyana. For 11 years, the U.S. and the UK three times tried to prevent the rise to power of the democratically elected leader Dzhegena who carried out a neutral and independent policy, which, according to the United States, could lead to the construction of society, an alternative to capitalism. Using a variety of tools — from strikes to terrorism — the United States have made his departure from the political scene in 1964, As a result, Guyana — one of the best countries in the region — to the beginning of the 1980s. became one of the poorest.
1953 — Iran. Popular politician Mossadegh decided to nationalize Iran's oil industry (1951), which controlled the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. Thus the economic interests were infringed the UK. British attempts to "influence" on Mossadegh with the Shah, the head of state have failed. Mossadegh held a referendum in which scored 99.9% of the votes received emergency powers, took over the command of the armed forces and, in the end, deposed the Shah and sent him into exile. Britain and the United States especially scared that Mossadegh was based not only on the nationalists and clerics, but the Communist Party of Iran. In Washington and London have decided that Mossadegh prepares "Sovietization" of Iran, so the CIA and British intelligence MI5 conducted an operation to overthrow Mossadegh. In Iran, the riots began, where faced monarchists supported by the U.S. and Britain, and supporters of Mossadegh, and then there was a coup organized by the military. Shah returned to Tehran and an official reception said, referring to the head of the Middle East department of the CIA: "I know this thanks to the throne of God, the people, the army and thee." Mossadegh was arrested, tried by an Iranian court sentenced to long prison terms, and the rest of his life under house arrest. Shah canceled the decision to nationalize Iran's oil industry. Shah Pahlavi (Pahlevi) a quarter of a century has become a jailer of the Iranian people.
1953 — the forced deportation of the Inuit (Greenland), which ended the degradation of this nation.
1954 — Guatemala. Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman. Led the country in the years 1951-1954 and tried to take the trade in agricultural products (the main export item) under the control of the state. He thus affected the interests of the American company United Fruit, which accounted for 90% of Guatemalan exports. Arbenz was accused that he is a secret member of the Communist party and wants to build communism in Guatemala (which was a lie). United Fruit appealed for help to the U.S. Administration. CIA hired hundreds of Guatemalan soldiers who invaded from neighboring Guatemala, Honduras. The Army, bribed by the CIA, Arbenz resigned in obedience, and he fled to Mexico, where he died 20 years later. To the authorities in Guatemala came commander of the armed forces. United States welcomed the change of government and called for new Guatemalan government is not "revenge" Arbenz. Then America stationing there the bombers. 1999 — U.S. President Bill Clinton acknowledged the involvement of U.S. intelligence to violations of the law during the recently concluded in Guatemala internal armed conflict. The head of the White House said in the Guatemalan capital, where he was in the course of his tour of Central America. Support for U.S. intelligence agencies Guatemalan military involved in the "brutal and sustained repression was a mistake for the United States, which should not happen again," said Clinton. Clinton made such a statement in response to repeated calls by Guatemalan human rights defenders to open access to the secret archives of U.S. intelligence, which would define the role of Washington and the Guatemalan military's "dirty war", which was accompanied by an internal armed conflict in Guatemala. In the recently released report of the Guatemalan "the Truth" notes that the U.S. has repeatedly interfered in the internal affairs of Guatemala during the conflict. So, the CIA "directly or indirectly supported some of the illegal operation" against the government of the rebel forces. Until the mid-80s, "the U.S. government pressured the Guatemalan authorities in order to save the country an unfair social and economic structure. According to "the Truth", during the 36-year civil war in Guatemala, which ended in 1996 after the signing of the peace agreement between the government and the rebels were killed or missing more than 200 thousand people. In the course of an armed conflict, there were numerous serious violations of the law, most of which blame the army and the intelligence services.
1956 — beginning of U.S. military aid to Tibetan rebels against China. The militants trained in overseas bases CIA supplied weapons and equipment.
1957 — 1958 — Indonesia. Like Nasser, Sukarno was one of the leaders of the "third world", to maintain neutrality in the Cold War, made several visits to the Soviet Union and China, the Dutch nationalized property, refused to ban the Communist Party, is rapidly expanding its influence among the voters. All this, according to the United States, served as a "bad example" for other developing countries. To prevent the "diffusion of wrong ideas in the Third World", the CIA began, "throw" a lot of money in elections, developed a plan to assassinate Sukarno, blackmailed his trumped-up sex movie and with the help of the opposition officers launched a war against the government of Sukarno, who was not a success.
1958 — Lebanon. The occupation of the country, the fight against the rebels.
1958 — confrontation with Panama.
1958 — U.S. military aid to the rebels on the island of Quemoy in dealing with China.
1958 — Indonesia begins rebellion, prepares the CIA since 1957 Americans have an anti-government rebels bombed assistance and military advice. After the American plane was shot down, the CIA withdrew, the uprising failed.
1959 — America invades Laos, starting the first clashes of American troops in Vietnam.
1959 — Haiti. The suppression of the popular uprising against the US-backed government.
1960 — after Jose Maria Velasco was elected president of Ecuador, and refused to submit to U.S. demands to break off relations with Cuba, Americans spent several military operations. It supports all the anti-government organization, comes to the bloody provocations, which are then ascribed to the government. In the end, the Americans organized a coup to power them comes a CIA agent Carlos Arosemana. America will soon realize that this president has not won over to Washington and tried to hold another coup. The country started riots that were suppressed under American leadership. To power a military junta, the beginning of terror in the country, the elections were canceled, began a persecution of political opponents and, of course, first of all communists. U.S. satisfied.
1960 — U.S. forces come to Guatemala to prevent the elimination of the U.S. puppet government. The attempted coup fails.
1960 — support for the military coup in El Salvador.
1960 — 1965 — Congo / Zaire. In June 1960, Lumumba became the first prime minister of the Congo since independence. But Belgium retained control of the mineral wealth in Katanga, and prominent officials of the Eisenhower administration — financial interests and connections in the province. At a ceremony on the occasion of Independence Day, Lumumba called on the people to economic and political liberation. After 11 days of Katanga seceded from the country. Soon, Lumumba was dismissed from his post at the instigation of the United States, and in January 1961 was the victim of a terrorist attack. After several years of civil conflict came to power associated with the CIA, Mobutu, who ruled the country for over 30 years and became a multibillionaire. During this time, the level of corruption and poverty in the resource-rich country has reached such proportions that even hit his masters in the CIA.
1961 — 1964 — Brazil. After coming to power of President Goulart country was on the path of independent foreign policy, restored relations with the socialist countries, opposed the blockade of Cuba has limited export earnings TNC nationalized subsidiary of ITT, proceeded to carry out economic and social reforms. Despite the fact that Goulart was a large landowner, the United States accused him of dominance "of communists in the government" and deposed in a military coup. In the next 15 years is ruled by a military dictatorship, the Congress was covered, the political opposition is scattered, the judiciary tyranny reigned, criticism of the president is illegal. Trade unions controlled by the government, the protests were suppressed by the police and the army. Disappearances, rampant "death squads", the cult of vices, wild torture became part of the government program "moral rehabilitation." Brazil broke off relations with Cuba and became one of the most reliable U.S. ally in Latin America.
1961 — Americans are killing the president of the Dominican Republic Rafael Trujillo, who themselves brought to power in the 30-ies. Brutal dictator was not killed for being openly robbed the country (60% of the country's income went directly into his pocket), but for the fact that his predatory policy has caused too much damage to American companies.
In 1961, the CIA were in possession of the budget ($ 560 million), which went to fund special groups "Mongoose" to organize the bombing of Cuban hotels and other buildings, infects cattle and agricultural planting, add toxic chemicals to sugar exported from Cuba, etc. etc. In early 1961 the United States broke diplomatic relations with Cuba and declared it an economic blockade. In April, they organized an armed attack against the Cuban counter-revolutionaries in the area of the Bay of Pigs.
1962 — Guatemalan dictator Miguel Ydigoras Fuentes suppress a popular uprising by the Americans, hundreds of people go missing, widespread torture and killings, the country is plunged into terror. Americans trained graduates infamous "School of the Americas", notably in the case and the torture massacres of civilians.
1963 — El Salvador. The destruction of the dissident anti-American views.
1963 — 1966 — Dominican Republic. In 1963, the democratically elected president was Bosh. He urged the country to land reform, provision of low-cost housing for people of moderate nationalization of business and limit over-exploitation of the country by foreign investors. Bosch plans were regarded as "a creeping socialism" and angered the United States, the U.S. press has announced its "red." In September 1963 Bosch was overthrown in a military coup, with the consent of the United States. When, after 19 months of revolt broke out in the country and created a threat to the return of Bosch power, the United States sent 23,000 troops to aid in suppressing the "insurrection."
1963 — Americans are actively helping Ba'ath Party in Iraq to destroy all communists in the country. By the way, with the help of the CIA, Saddam Hussein came to power and then fought the hated America, Iran.
1964 — The bloody suppression of the Panamanian national forces, demanding the return of the rights to the Panama Canal Zone.
1964 — America supports a military coup in Brazil, a military junta overthrew the elected President Joao Goulart. Regime came to power General Castelo Branco is considered one of the bloodiest in human history. Teams of death, the CIA-trained, tortured, and killed everyone who was considered a political opponent Branco, especially the Communists.
1964 — Congo (Zaire). America supports the coming to power of the dictator Mobutu Sese Seko, who later became famous for his cruelty and stole the impoverished country billions of dollars.
1964 — 1974 — Greece. Two days before the elections in August 1967 in the country was a military coup in order to prevent the re-arrival to power of Prime Minister George Papandreou. The intrigues against him of the U.S. military and the CIA, located in Greece, began immediately after his election to the post in April 1964 after the coup was placed under martial law and censorship, the arrests, torture and murder. The number of victims during the first month of the reign of the "black colonels" under the guise of saving the nation from "communist takeover" has reached 8 million
In 1965, when the nationalization of oil held in Indonesia, Washington and London again responded conduct a coup d'etat in which was installed dictatorship of General Suharto (Suharto). The dictatorship of the mountain of bones — a half-million people. In 1975, East Timor Suharto seized and destroyed a third of the population, turning the island into a giant cemetery. "New York Times" called the tragedy "one of the most wild massacres in modern political history." Of these atrocities nobody even remembers.
1965 — military assistance pro-American governments of Thailand and Peru.
1965 — 1973 — war of aggression against Vietnam. C beginning of the war were killed 250,000 children, 750,000 — were wounded and maimed. Dumped 14 million tons of bombs and missiles, the equivalent of 700 Hiroshima-type atomic bombs, and three times the tonnage of bombs and missiles of the Second World War. The Vietnam War cost the lives of 58,000 U.S. soldiers, mostly conscripts, the wounded were about 300,000. Tens of thousands have committed suicide in later years, or were mentally and emotionally destroyed by his war experiences. In 1995, 20 years after the defeat of U.S. imperialism, the Vietnamese government has said that a huge number — four million Vietnamese civilians, and 1.1 million soldiers died in the war. In Vietnam, held a bloody military operation as "Operation Phoenix", which reached a peak in 1969, when nearly 20,000 Vietnamese guerrillas and their supporters were killed by death squads organized by the United States. Simultaneously carried out "forced urbanization," including the expulsion of peasants from the land bombardments and chemical defoliation of the jungle. During the notorious massacre at My Lai in 1968, U.S. soldiers killed 500 civilians. Platoon, known as the "Tiger squad" swept through the center of Vietnam, torturing and killing an unknown number of civilians between May and November 1967. The platoon went through more than 40 villages, have made, among other things, the attack on the 10 old farmers in the Valley of Song Be 28 July 1967 and the undermining of grenades women and children in three underground shelters near Chu Lai in August 1967. The prisoners were tortured and executed — their ears and scalps kept as souvenirs. One of the "Tiger squad" cut off the head of the baby to be removed from his neck a necklace, teeth knocked out and killed for the sake of gold crowns. The former platoon commander, Sergeant William Doyle, recalls: "We killed everyone who came. It does not matter that they were civilians. They should not be there. " Peasants destroyed when they refused to leave a holding center, which the U.S. State Department criticized in 1967 for lack of food and shelter. Surrounded by concrete walls and barbed wire, the camps were prisons blood corpuscles. Describing the extreme atrocities committed against the peasants, former platoon medic Larry Kottinghem said: "It was when everyone was wearing a necklace of severed ears." Despite the four-year Army investigation, which began in 1971 — the longest lasting consequence of this war — to 30 charges of crimes against international law, including the Geneva Convention of 1949, no one not even been charged. The only punished — Sergeant, because of which the investigation began, after reports of the beheading of the baby. To this day, the U.S. refuses to declassify thousands of reports that could explain what happened and why the case was closed. September 11, 1967 the U.S. Army launched Operation Wheeler. Under the command of Lt. Col. Gerald Morse "Tiger squad" and three other units, called "Hired Killers," "Barbarians" and "thugs" raided dozens of villages in the province of Quang Nam. The operation's success was measured by the number of dead Vietnamese. Harold Fisher, a former nurse, recalled: "We went into the village and just shooting at everybody. We do not need an excuse. If they were here, they died. " At the end of the campaign, an article in the military newspaper "Stars and Stripes" praised Sam Ibarra from the "Tiger squad" for the thousands killed in the operation "hauler". About half a million Vietnam veterans treated for post-traumatic stress disorder. One of the "Tiger squad" — Douglas Titers taking antidepressants and sleeping pills because of the day and night terrors, can not erase the image of peasants shot dead while they were waving leaflets dropped by American planes and guarantee their safety. These were not isolated incidents, but the daily crime, with full knowledge of commanders at all levels. The veterans talked about how they personally raped, cut off ears, head, tied with wires from the field telephones genitals and included current cut off the hands and feet, blew the body, firing indiscriminately at civilians, leveled to the ground in the village spirit Chigiskhana, killed livestock and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam, not including the usual atrocities of war and the devastation caused by the bombing. The average age of an American soldier in Vietnam was 19 years old. Massacre at My Lai.
1966 — Guatemala. Americans bring to power their puppet Julio Cesar Mendez Montenegro. U.S. troops entered the country, were organized massacres of Indians, who were considered potential rebels. Destroyed whole villages against peaceful farmers actively used napalm. Across the country, people disappear, actively torture, which U.S. experts have trained local police.
1966 — military assistance pro-American governments of Indonesia and the Philippines. Despite the brutality of the repressive regime of Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines (60,000 people were arrested for political reasons, the Government officially employed 88 experts on torture), George Bush Sr. years later praised Marcos for "adherence to democratic principles."
1967 — when the Americans saw that the elections in Greece can win them objectionable George Popandreous, they supported the military coup that for six years the country plunged into terror. Actively use of torture, murder of political opponents of George Papadopoulos (which was, incidentally, a CIA agent, and before that a fascist). In the first month of his reign he executed 8,000 people. America has admitted in supporting this fascist regime until 1999.
1968 — Bolivia. Hunting for a detachment of the famous revolutionary Chegevara. The Americans wanted to take him alive, but the Bolivian government so afraid of international protest (Chegevara during his lifetime became a cult figure), which chose to kill it as quickly as possible.