Good Deaths in Mosul, Bad Deaths in Aleppo


A worthwhile learning experience.

Covert Geopolitics

As the U.S.-backed offensive in Mosul, Iraq, begins, the mainstream U.S. media readies the American people to blame the terrorists for civilian casualties but the opposite rules apply to Syria’s Aleppo.

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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6 Responses to Good Deaths in Mosul, Bad Deaths in Aleppo

  1. hirundine608 says:

    Death for anyone is bad news …! One does not achieve birth as a human being that easily, even still, Cheers Jamie

  2. Agreed, but the title is misleading. Reading the article reveals that the US considers their collateral damage and “terrorist” deaths as “good”, not the article author.

  3. hirundine608 says:

    Thanks Ken. The critique was not aimed at any author; just the sentiment ….BTW. that the forces of the great satan, judge the deaths to be good? Really is not that surprising …. given their lack of empathy around anything these days. All posture, all rhetoric and an all encompassing evil. Appears to be their normal …. try watching uk column news on youtube? A different type of news with another sort of focus. Cheers Jamie.

    • Agreed. Yesterday listened to a well-being type tape of Buddhist nature, that talked of a “collective insanity” that pervades the planet.
      Undoubtedly correct.
      Right down to the general public who accept, or fail to comprehend, the reality of the evil destruction of a sane, intelligent civilization.
      Thanks for your comments.
      Cheers, Ken.

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