The Age of the Siege: Nazi Military Tactics Revisited By Felicity Arbuthnot, Global Research | January 11, 2013
As with Iraq in the 1990’s and the blockade of Leningrad, this article explains the human consequences of the economic sanctions declared against Syria and Iran.
Governments and media train us to accept sanctions as a legitimate tactic. But they’re an act of war with life and death consequences, affecting the supply of food and medicine.
Also, Syria and Iran never attacked us. Neither did Libya nor Iraq. So military attacks and blockades are not justified morally.
Canada should not be involved in any way in these acts of aggression. It only goes along – to one degree or another – because it is part of an international club that sticks together in order to impose its standardized agenda on the world.