Saturday, 28 June 2014

Australian Broadcasting Corporation now stooge to Darwinian forces.

to me, with my now finely tuned suspicious mind, the article at:

looks like one of those propaganda publications produced as a prelude to what is now the new modern war - new war.

I looked at every single picture published on the ISIL twitter feed and it was impossible for me to assert that it was witness to  murder.

I really looked but every scene had holes in it - it was not enough evidence to allow us to say that these massacres are truth.

Remember the news reports for Iraq in the first war - the murdered incubator babies turned out to be an inhumane hoax of every worst kind.

We need more evidence than this you scum-bags and the phrasing of your headline and the facts of your story are at terribly violent odds.

Dear Tony, you child of Satan.


below - copied in full from source, this date

Iraq crisis: 'Strong evidence' ISIS committing mass executions, war crimes, Human Rights Watch says

Updated 2 hours 19 minutes ago
Satellite imagery strongly suggests the extremist Sunni group the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has conducted mass executions in Iraq, lobby group Human Rights Watch says.
ISIS, radical Islamists who want to re-create a mediaeval-style caliphate straddling Iraq and Syria, has stormed largely unopposed across much of northern Iraq, taking cities including Mosul and Tikrit, seizing border posts with Syria and advancing to within some 100 km of the capital Baghdad
In mid June, ISIS posted pictures on Twitter that appeared to show the massacre of 1,700 Iraqi soldiers after the fall of the city of Tikrit.
However there has been no independent verification.
New York-based Human Rights Watch said that between 160 and 190 men were killed in at least two locations in and around Tikrit - the hometown of late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein - between June 11 and 14.
It said that the death toll could be much higher, but the difficulty of locating bodies and getting to the area had prevented a full investigation.
"The photos and satellite images from Tikrit provide strong evidence of a horrible war crime that needs further investigation," Human Rights Watch emergencies director Peter Bouckaert said in a statement.
"They and other abusive forces should know that the eyes of Iraqis and the world are watching."
It was not immediately possible to get comment from ISIS.

1,000 killed in fighting: UN

The United Nations said on Tuesday that at least 1,000 people, mainly civilians, had been killed and roughly the same number injured in fighting and other violence in Iraq in June as ISIS swept through the north.
Victims included a number of confirmed summary executions committed by ISIS as well as prisoners killed by retreating Iraqi forces.
HRW counted the bodies visible in the available ISIS photographs and estimated that ISIS killed between 90 and 110 men in one trench and between 35 and 40 men in the second.
A further photograph shows a large trench with between 35 and 40 prisoners shot but Human Rights Watch said it had not been able to pinpoint the site.
A UN human rights spokesman said on Tuesday that ISIS had broadcast dozens of videos showing cruel treatment, beheadings and shootings of captured soldiers, police officers and people apparently targeted because of their religion or ethnicity, including Shi'ites and minorities such as Christians.
Northern units of Iraq's million-strong army, trained and equipped by the US, largely evaporated after Sunni Islamist fighters led by the ISIS launched their assault.
In Tikrit on Friday, Iraqi army helicopters fired on a university campus in an effort to dislodge ISIL fighters, a day after launching an airborne assault on the city.

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