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    George H.W. Bush’s Complicity in the 1991 “Highway of Death” Massacre.

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    George H.W. Bush’s Complicity in the 1991 “Highway of Death” Massacre.
    A “statesman” and “American hero”? What a lie!
    By Joyce Chediac
    Global Research, December 04, 2018

    A “statesman” and “American hero”? What a lie!

    When George H.W. Bush was president he ordered the massacre of Iraqi soldiers after the ceasefire in 1991, and after he had promised them safe passage out of Kuwait. This article, which went viral after the war, exposed Bush as a mass murderer and war criminal, directly involved in the “Highway of Death.” He is a “hero” only to Big Oil and the Wall Street financial empire. This account was assembled by the author and presented by her at a tribunal examining U.S. war crimes. It is still cited around the world on anniversaries of this war.

    I want to give testimony on what are called the “highways of death.” These are the two Kuwaiti roadways, littered with remains of 2,000 mangled Iraqi military vehicles, and the charred and dismembered bodies of tens of thousands of Iraqi soldiers, who were withdrawing from Kuwait on February 26th and 27th 1991 in compliance with UN resolutions.

    U.S. planes trapped the long convoys by disabling vehicles in the front, and at the rear, and then pounded the resulting traffic jams for hours. “It was like shooting fish in a barrel,” said one U.S. pilot. The horror is still there to see.

    On the inland highway to Basra is mile after mile of burned, smashed, shattered vehicles of every description – tanks, armored cars, trucks, autos, fire trucks, according to the March 18, 1991, Time magazine. On the sixty miles of coastal highway, Iraqi military units sit in gruesome repose, scorched skeletons of vehicles and men alike, black and awful under the sun, says the Los Angeles Times of March 11, 1991

    While 450 people survived the inland road bombing to surrender, this was not the case with the 60 miles of the coastal road. There for 60 miles every vehicle was strafed or bombed, every windshield is shattered, every tank is burned, every truck is riddled with shell fragments. No survivors are known or likely. The cabs of trucks were bombed so much that they were pushed into the ground, and it’s impossible to see if they contain drivers or not. Windshields were melted away, and huge tanks were reduced to shrapnel.

    “Even in Vietnam I didn’t see anything like this. It’s pathetic,” said Major Bob Nugent, an Army intelligence officer. This one-sided carnage, this racist mass murder of Arab people, occurred while White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater promised that the U.S. and its coalition partners would not attack Iraqi forces leaving Kuwait. This is surely one of the most heinous war crimes in contemporary history.

    The Iraqi troops were not being driven out of Kuwait by U.S. troops as the Bush administration maintains. They were not retreating in order to regroup and fight again. In fact, they were withdrawing, they were going home, responding to orders issued by Baghdad, announcing that it was complying with Resolution 660 and leaving Kuwait. At 5:35 p.m. (Eastern standard Time) Baghdad radio announced that Iraq’s Foreign Minister had accepted the Soviet cease-fire proposal and had issued the order for all Iraqi troops to withdraw to positions held before August 2, 1990 in compliance with UN Resolution 660.

    . President Bush responded immediately from the White House saying (through spokesman Marlin Fitzwater) that “there was no evidence to suggest the Iraqi army is withdrawing. In fact, Iraqi units are continuing to fight. . . We continue to prosecute the war.” On the next day, February 26, 1991, Saddam Hussein announced on Baghdad radio that Iraqi troops had, indeed, begun to withdraw from Kuwait and that the withdrawal would be complete that day. Again, Bush reacted, calling Hussein’s announcement “an outrage” and “a cruel hoax.”

    Eyewitness Kuwaitis attest that the withdrawal began the afternoon of February 26, 1991 and Baghdad radio announced at 2:00 AM (local time) that morning that the government had ordered all troops to withdraw.

    The massacre of withdrawing Iraqi soldiers violates the Geneva Conventions of 1949, Common Article III, which outlaws the killing of soldiers who are out of combat. The point of contention involves the Bush administration’s claim that the Iraqi troops were retreating to regroup and fight again. Such a claim is the only way that the massacre which occurred could be considered legal under international law. But in fact the claim is false and obviously so. The troops were withdrawing and removing themselves from combat under direct orders from Baghdad that the war was over and that Iraq had quit and would fully comply with UN resolutions. To attack the soldiers returning home under these circumstances is a war crime.

    Iraq accepted UN Resolution 660 and offered to withdraw from Kuwait through Soviet mediation on February 21, 1991. A statement made by George Bush on February 27, 1991, that no quarter would be given to remaining Iraqi soldiers violates even the U.S. Field Manual of 1956. The 1907 Hague Convention governing land warfare also makes it illegal to declare that no quarter will be given to withdrawing soldiers. On February 26,199 I, the following dispatch was filed from the deck of the U.S.S. Ranger, under the by-line of Randall Richard of the Providence Journal:

    “Air strikes against Iraqi troops retreating from Kuwait were being launched so feverishly from this carrier today that pilots said they took whatever bombs happened to be closest to the flight deck. The crews, working to the strains of the Lone Ranger theme, often passed up the projectile of choice . . . because it took too long to load.”

    New York Times reporter Maureen Dowd wrote,

    “With the Iraqi leader facing military defeat, Mr. Bush decided that he would rather gamble on a violent and potentially unpopular ground war than risk the alternative: an imperfect settlement hammered out by the Soviets and Iraqis that world opinion might accept as tolerable.”

    In short, rather than accept the offer of Iraq to surrender and leave the field of battle, Bush and the U.S. military strategists decided simply to kill as many Iraqis as they possibly could while the chance lasted.

    A Newsweek article on Norman Schwarzkopt, titled “A Soldier of Conscience” (March 11,1991), remarked that before the ground war the general was only worried about “How long the world would stand by and watch the United States pound the living hell out of Iraq without saying, ‘Wait a minute – enough is enough.’ He [Schwarzkopf] itched to send ground troops to finish the job.”

    The pretext for massive extermination of Iraqi soldiers was the desire of the U.S. to destroy Iraqi equipment. But in reality the plan was to prevent Iraqi soldiers from retreating at all. Powell remarked even before the start of the war that Iraqi soldiers knew that they had been sent to Kuwait to die. Rick Atkinson of the Washington Post reasoned that “the noose has been tightened” around Iraqi forces so effectively that “escape is impossible” (February 27, 1991). What all of this amounts to is not a war but a massacre.

    There are also indications that some of those bombed during the withdrawal were Palestinians and Iraqi civilians. According to Time magazine of March 18, 1991, not just military vehicles, but cars, buses and trucks were also hit. In many cases, cars were loaded with Palestinian families and all their possessions. U.S. press accounts tried to make the discovery of burned and bombed household goods appear as if Iraqi troops were even at this late moment looting Kuwait. Attacks on civilians are specifically prohibited by the Geneva Accords and the 1977 Conventions.

    How did it really happen? On February 26, 1991 Iraq had announced it was complying with the Soviet proposal, and its troops would withdraw from Kuwait. According to Kuwaiti eyewitnesses, quoted in the March 11, 1991 Washington Post, the withdrawal began on the two highways, and was in full swing by evening.

    Near midnight, the first U.S. bombing started. Hundreds of Iraqis jumped from their cars and their trucks, looking for shelter. U.S. pilots took whatever bombs happened to be close to the flight deck, from cluster bombs to 500 pound bombs. Can you imagine that on a car or truck? U.S. forces continued to drop bombs on the convoys until all humans were killed. So many jets swarmed over the inland road that it created an aerial traffic jam, and combat air controllers feared midair collisions.

    The victims were not offering resistance. They weren’t being driven back in fierce battle, or trying to regroup to join another battle. They were just sitting ducks, according to Commander Frank Swiggert, the Ranger Bomb Squadron leader. According to an article in the March 11, 1991 Washington Post, headlined “U.S. Scrambles to Shape View of Highway of Death,” the U.S. government then conspired and in fact did all it could to hide this war crime from the people of this country and the world.

    What the U.S. government did became the focus of the public relations campaign managed by the U.S. Central Command in Riyad, according to that same issue of the Washington Post. The typical line has been that the convoys were engaged in “classic tank battles,” as if to suggest that Iraqi troops tried to fight back or even had a chance of fighting back. The truth is that it was simply a one-sided massacre of tens of thousands of people who had no ability to fight back or defend themselves.

    The Washington Post says that senior officers with the U.S. Central Command in Riyad became worried that what they saw was a growing public perception that Iraqi forces were leaving Kuwait voluntarily, and that the U.S. pilots were bombing them mercilessly, which was the truth. So the U.S. government, says the Post, played down the evidence that Iraqi troops were actually leaving Kuwait.

    U.S. field commanders gave the media a carefully drawn and inaccurate picture of the fast-changing events. The idea was to portray Iraq’s claimed withdrawal as a fighting retreat made necessary by heavy allied military pressure. Remember when Bush came to the Rose Garden and said that he would not accept Saddam Hussein’s withdrawal? That was part of it, too, and Bush was involved in this cover up.

    Bush’s statement was followed quickly by a televised military briefing from Saudi Arabia to explain that Iraqi forces were not withdrawing but were being pushed from the battlefield. In fact, tens of thousands of Iraqi soldiers around Kuwait had begun to pull away more than thirty-six hours before allied forces reached the capital, Kuwait City. They did not move under any immediate pressure from allied tanks and infantry, which were still miles from Kuwait City.

    This deliberate campaign of disinformation regarding this military action and the war crime that it really was, this manipulation of press briefings to deceive the public and keep the massacre from the world is also a violation of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, the right of the people to know.

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    This article was originally published on Liberation News.

    Joyce Chediac presented her report at the New York Commission hearing of the Commission of Inquiry for the International War Crimes Tribunal, May 11, 1991. It is reprinted from War Crimes: A Report on United States War Crimes Against Iraq, Maisonneuve Press, 1992.

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    WTF?!? ETA: And what Clinton did in Serbia wasn't or for that matter his "standing down w/re Rwanda?....this author ever hear of the Falaise Pocket?....
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    globalresearch.ca????

    Consider the source...
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    Quote Originally Posted by night driver View Post
    globalresearch.ca????

    Consider the source...
    I know......this one was just over the top...

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    The whole freaking war was a lie.

    But it made Lee Greenwood famous ...
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    -http://bastionofliberty.blogspot.com/2016/10/a-wholly-rational-hatred.html

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    who left a tree hugger in here

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    This peacefully withdrawing Iraqi army wouldn't happen to have any relation to the friendly folks that set all the Kuwaiti oil fields ablaze, would they? Yeah, that was a nice peaceful withdrawal.

    I happen to think that it makes perfect sense that when you chase out an invading army, you destroy as much of it as you can. It gives the next would-be invaders something serious to think about. Incentives matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night driver View Post
    globalresearch.ca????

    Consider the source...
    Totally revisionist agit-prop article.
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    globalresearch.ca and their other often quoted mouthpiece, Chussodovsky, are not worth your time and trouble. This item by Joyce Chediac is no exception.

    Simply because you like an article or perhaps find subject matter you agree with does NOT affix value or credibility to that same material.
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    So, did this actually happen? Or does anyone know for sure?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny225 View Post
    So, did this actually happen? Or does anyone know for sure?
    Yes it did. Worst thing I ever saw and it’s something you had to see to believe and even then you were left questioning your own eyes. Do a web search on it if your too young to remember. It was like shooting fish in a barrel. They never stood a chance.
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    the US also used B-52s to bomb a huge concentration of Republican Guard units in Northern Iraq - all there was left was bits & pieces sticking out of the sand >>>> guess that was a massacre also - I must have heard wrong over the years - you're supposed to make the other guy die for his country ....
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    I am no fan of the Bush's but if he had wiped out all the Muslims in Iraq it would have been OK with me.

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    Assuming that there WAS a "Highway of Death Massacre(e)" THAT WOULD have set up Jay Garner's program for winning the peace...
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    An army fleeing/retreating, with all it's war making machines, is still a legitimate target.

    War ain't nice. It's about destroying things and killing enemy so they don't come back to kill you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny225 View Post
    So, did this actually happen? Or does anyone know for sure?
    Drove down the middle of it. Nasty.

    Now if we would just handle all our ankle biters in the same way the world would take notice real damn quick quit f'ing with us.
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    What a bunch of anti American propaganda

    War is war. You kill the enemy until they surrender.

    You don't stop killing the enemy just because he changes directions and begins to retreat.

    In fact, that's the best time to kill them.

    People whose delicate liberal panty-waste sensibilities are offended by that aren't fit to survive.

    The only time you stop killing the enemy is when the opposing country surrenders and the surrender is accepted by the other country and the opposing country combatants lay down their arms and surrender peacefully.

    Retreating is just a tactical move to allow a force to live to fight another day.
    It is not surrender.

    It's a good thing some of you were never in the military, and it's shameful that some of you actually were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Co. View Post
    An army fleeing/retreating, with all it's war making machines, is still a legitimate target.

    War ain't nice. It's about destroying things and killing enemy so they don't come back to kill you.

    that's a triple confirmation in this case >>>> Sadamm used what was left of his army to attack & gas the Kurds - that alone set the stage for Desert Storm II ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny225 View Post
    So, did this actually happen? Or does anyone know for sure?

    Did the US and their Arab allies teach Sadamm a lifetime good lesson???? - damn sure ...

    the rest of the bullcrap? >>>> you think Russia was intimately involved and kept their mouths shut for decades - I don't think so ....
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    Make that quadruple...and there were still Iraqi units fighting after the highway incident...which kinda discredits the article in the OP...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Co. View Post
    An army fleeing/retreating, with all it's war making machines, is still a legitimate target.

    War ain't nice. It's about destroying things and killing enemy so they don't come back to kill you.
    That's how I remember it - they had to reduce their capabilities to lower future threats.

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    Today wrote:

    "I am no fan of the Bush's but if he had wiped out all the Muslims in Iraq it would have been OK with me.


    Saddam protected the Christians, when he was in power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiwall View Post
    I am no fan of the Bush's but if he had wiped out all the Muslims in Iraq it would have been OK with me.
    General Schwarzkopf wanted to go to Baghdad to get Saddam but they stopped him. Perhaps if they had let him do it then we wouldn't have had to go in a second time years later.

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    The OP is IMO a true “who cares anymore?” story. The man is dead and buried. What difference does it make? Are mobs going to storm his grave, dig him up, and tear the body to bits?


    MOVE ON ALREADY


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    Quote Originally Posted by Housecarl View Post
    WTF?!? ETA: And what Clinton did in Serbia wasn't or for that matter his "standing down w/re Rwanda?....this author ever hear of the Falaise Pocket?....
    Also, Kasserine Pass...

    It's war, the objective is to destroy the enemies capabilities to fight and, as ugly as it is, this is what armies do to each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryK View Post
    You don't stop killing the enemy just because he changes directions and begins to retreat.

    In fact, that's the best time to kill them.
    Probably, 95% of the great massacres throughout military history take place while the other side is in full retreat ( not a fighting, tactical, retreat ).

    That is why so many military commanders tell their men, "No retreat"!
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    Article originally published in the "Liberation News."
    From Liberation News website:

    "The Party for Socialism and Liberation is comprised of leaders and activists, workers and students, of all backgrounds. Organized in branches across the country, our mission is to link the everyday struggles of oppressed and exploited people to the fight for a new world. "

    In other words, a pro-Palestinean and pro-Muslim website.

    Iraq killed 1,000 Kuwaiti civilians in their attack on Kuwait.

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    It's not retreating, it's attacking in the opposite direction.....

    I was also there.

    We should have kept going, we knew it then.

    However our real reason for being there was never publicly divulged.

    No I'm not going to.

    But it damn sure wasn't because of babies and incubators and.....

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    Not a big fan of 1000 points of light, new world order, and read my lips president.

    However, war is a very bad thing, and the military must be killed to win.

    Part of the reason for WWII was the politicians capitulated, the military didn't. And this kind of stuff has been going on since the beginning of war. And this is how it should be done, not some dance recital like Vietnam.

    The Mamluk army assembled before dawn on 18 May[24] and attacked the entire length of the wall to the sound of trumpets and drums carried on 300 camels.[25][26] The Mamluks poured through the breaches; by 9 a.m the outcome seems to have been beyond doubt.[27] The Mamluks captured the Accursed Tower on the inner wall[28] and forced the Crusaders to retreat to the Gate of St. Anthony; attempts by the defenders to recapture the tower failed.[29] Guillaume de Beaujeu was mortally wounded defending the Gate of St. Anthony[nb 2][24]
    The Mamluks pushed into the city proper killing everyone they encountered.[27][30] Organized Crusader resistance began to collapse as soldiers and civilians fled through the chaos and street fighting to whatever ships were available in the chaos[27]; wealthy refugees offered exorbitant sums for safe passage.[nb 3][nb 4] Henry II and Jean de Villiers, Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller, were among those evacuated. The evacuation was made more difficult by the poor weather.[27]
    No one is innocent in war.

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    what difference does it make at this point...........?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny225 View Post
    So, did this actually happen? Or does anyone know for sure?
    Yes, it did happen - during GWI, I was at "a place" when the (then brand new) digital pictures were coming off of "the wire," fresh "out of the field."

    The public did not see 98%+ of those pictures.

    Ugly.

    Very.


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    If those Iraqi and Palestinians and whomever else that joined the Iraqi assault hadn't invaded Kuwait in the first place, they wouldn't have had to flee the liberating armies of the coalition and would not have been on that road. As far as I'm concerned they got what they deserved. I treated a lot of Kuwaiti refugees and even some of the Kuwaiti underground and resistance fighters and heard a lot more horror stories than anything aired by the MSM. "F" the Iraqi's and others that died on that road. They got what they deserved and I hope they all ended up in whatever hell muslims go to.
    We have done so much, with so little, for so long....We can now do anything, with nothing, forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33dInd View Post
    what difference does it make at this point...........?
    OH!

    You pulled out the Hillary quote!
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    Armed freebooters get what they get. Period.

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    I was there, this is hogwash. Thread should be closed. IMHO

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    Looks like they found themselves between Iroq and a hot place. Stay home next time.

    Great points Terryk!
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