Exposing Lies Of The Empire, the book I am currently reading by Andre Vltchek, has 69 chapters. Each starts at a pace drawing you into its message from the very first phrase. After that you’re hooked, and are pulled through to the end, unable to put it down. Chapter 47 begins –
Indonesians are no amateurs when it comes to mass murder and genocides. They managed to slaughter with their bare hands, between 1 and 3 million people in 1965/66, mainly those who belonged to the educated class, and of course Communists,teachers, artists and members of the Chinese minority.
They butchered and tortured to death around 30 per cent of the inhabitants of what is now Timor-Leste. And they have already exterminated at least 150,000 men, women and children in Papua, in an ongoing and totally hushed up genocide that allows Western countries to access its natural resources. 150,000 corpses is, of course, one of the lower estimates…
From another Vltchek article on ISIS in Lebanon
Chapter 48 is no less demanding of your attention. It starts –
A specter is haunting Europe and the Western world – it is, this time, the specter of fascism. It came quietly, without great fanfare and parades, without raised hands and loud shouts. But it came, or it returned, as it has always been present in this culture, one that has, for centuries, been enslaving our entire planet.
As was in Nazi Germany, resistance to the fascist empire is again given an unsavory name: terrorism. Partisans and patriots, resistance fighters – all of them were and have always been defined by fascist bigots as ‘terrorists’.
By the logic of Empire, to murder millions of men, women and children in all corners of the world abroad is considered legitimate and patriotic, but to defend one’s motherland was and is a sign of extremism.
German and Italian fascists defined their rule as ‘democratic’ and so does this Empire. The British and French Empires that exterminated tens of millions of people all over the world always promoted themselves as ‘democracies’.
And now, once again, we are witnessing a tremendous onslaught by the business-political-imperialist Western apparatus destabilizing or directly destroying entire nations, overthrowing governments and bombing ‘rebellious’ states into the ground.
By the time you’ve read half of the book, your world view will not be the same. The list of countries resisting the Imperialists, despite the possible consequences, is growing. The numbers of victims is vast but the willingness of human beings to fight back and never give up is, apparently, also infinite. It makes an exciting narrative, to see the world at ground level from 150 different countries, all visited by the author, who is sickened by what he sees, but also greatly encouraged. This is a book you will never forget reading, if you do. ISBN 978-602-700-586-0
‘Andre Vltchek tells us about a world that few know, even when they think they do. That is because he tells the truth, vividly, with a keen sense of history, and with a perceptive eye that sees past surfaces to reality-‘ Noam Chomsky.
Some of the heroes of the book – Chavez, Castro and Morales.
Britain with a large Conservative majority would be pushed into multiple wars against poor countries, killing millions. Only Corbyn seems to care. Could his vote surge?