Rytmus - AKM (OFFICIAL CLIP)

Rytmus - AKM (OFFICIAL CLIP)

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Ego x Rytmus - Ideme ďalej (prod. Ego) |Official Video|

Ego x Rytmus - Ideme ďalej (prod. Ego)  |Official Video|

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EMPIRE MUSIC STUDIO x PALUCH x RYTMUS - SZKOŁA RAPU (PROD. MAIKY BEATZ, CUTY DJ TAEK)

EMPIRE MUSIC STUDIO x PALUCH x RYTMUS - SZKOŁA RAPU (PROD. MAIKY BEATZ, CUTY DJ TAEK)

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Sunugan Kalye - Loonie vs Righteous One

Sunugan Kalye - Loonie vs Righteous One

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Vladislavs Levsa vs Rytus Sutkus

Vladislavs Levsa vs Rytus Sutkus

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Rytmus prod. Sukowach - JEBE (OFFICIAL CLIP)

Rytmus prod. Sukowach - JEBE (OFFICIAL CLIP)

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Rytmus - KKTKO prod. Deryck /LYRICS/

Rytmus - KKTKO prod. Deryck /LYRICS/

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The CIA and the Persian Gulf War

The CIA and the Persian Gulf War

In Iraqi territory that was occupied by the coalition, a peace conference was held where a ceasefire agreement was negotiated and signed by both sides. More: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=tra0c7-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=a7b52a2641b55006ae8936c00af861b1&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=books&keywords=philip%20agee At the conference, Iraq was approved to fly armed helicopters on their side of the temporary border, ostensibly for government transit due to the damage done to civilian infrastructure. Soon after, these helicopters and much of the Iraqi armed forces were used to fight a Shi'ite uprising in the south. The rebellions were encouraged by an airing of "The Voice of Free Iraq" on 2 February 1991, which was broadcast from a CIA run radio station out of Saudi Arabia. The Arabic service of the Voice of America supported the uprising by stating that the rebellion was large, and that they soon would be liberated from Saddam. In the North, Kurdish leaders took American statements that they would support an uprising to heart, and began fighting, hoping to trigger a coup d'état. However, when no American support came, Iraqi generals remained loyal to Saddam and brutally crushed the Kurdish uprising. Millions of Kurds fled across the mountains to Kurdish areas of Turkey and Iran. These events later resulted in no-fly zones being established in both the North and the South of Iraq. In Kuwait, the Emir was restored, and suspected Iraqi collaborators were repressed. Eventually, over 400,000 people were expelled from the country, including a large number of Palestinians, due to PLO support of Saddam Hussein. Yasser Arafat did not apologize for his support of Iraq, but after his death the Fatah under the authority of Mahmoud Abbas would formally apologize in 2004. There was some criticism of the Bush administration, as they chose to allow Saddam Hussein to remain in power instead of pushing on to capture Baghdad and overthrowing his government. In their co-written 1998 book, A World Transformed, Bush and Brent Scowcroft argued that such a course would have fractured the alliance, and would have had many unnecessary political and human costs associated with it. In 1992, the United States Secretary of Defense during the war, Dick Cheney, made the same point: I would guess if we had gone in there, we would still have forces in Baghdad today. We'd be running the country. We would not have been able to get everybody out and bring everybody home. And the final point that I think needs to be made is this question of casualties. I don't think you could have done all of that without significant additional U.S. casualties, and while everybody was tremendously impressed with the low cost of the (1991) conflict, for the 146 Americans who were killed in action and for their families, it wasn't a cheap war. And the question in my mind is, how many additional American casualties is Saddam (Hussein) worth? And the answer is, not that damned many. So, I think we got it right, both when we decided to expel him from Kuwait, but also when the President made the decision that we'd achieved our objectives and we were not going to go get bogged down in the problems of trying to take over and govern Iraq. — Dick Cheney Instead of a greater involvement of its own military, the United States hoped that Saddam Hussein would be overthrown in an internal coup d'état. The Central Intelligence Agency used its assets in Iraq to organize a revolt, but the Iraqi government defeated the effort. On 10 March 1991, 540,000 American troops began to move out of the Persian Gulf. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulf_War

The Last CIA Whistleblower: Drug Trafficking, Training Terrorists, and the U.S. Government

The Last CIA Whistleblower: Drug Trafficking, Training Terrorists, and the U.S. Government

The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia is a major, nonfiction book on heroin trafficking—specifically in Southeast Asia from before World War II up to (and including) the Vietnam War. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1556524838/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1556524838&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=37137d7369e235621f7dbeffe454792c Published in 1972, the book was the product of eighteen months of research and at least one trip to Laos by Alfred W. McCoy who was the principal author and who wrote Politics of Heroin while seeking a PhD in Southeast Asian history at Yale University. Cathleen B. Read, co-author and graduate student, also spent time there during the war. Its most groundbreaking feature was its documentation of CIA complicity and aid to the Southeast Asian opium/heroin trade; along with McCoy's Congressional testimony, its initially controversial thesis has gained a degree of mainstream acceptance. The central idea is that at the time, the vast majority of heroin produced was produced in the Golden Triangle, from which: "It is transported in the planes, vehicles, and other conveyances supplied by the United States. The profit from the trade has been going into the pockets of some of our best friends in Southeast Asia. The charge concludes with the statement that the traffic is being carried on with the indifference if not the closed-eye compliance of some American officials and there is no likelihood of its being shut down in the foreseeable future." Air America, which was covertly owned and operated by the CIA, was used for this transport, in particular. At the same time, the heroin supply was partly responsible for the parlous state of US Army morale in Vietnam: "By mid 1971 Army medical officers were estimating that about 10 to 15 per cent... of the lower ranking enlisted men serving in Vietnam were heroin users." Having interviewed Maurice Belleux, former head of the French SDECE intelligence agency, Mc Coy also uncovered parts of the French Connection scheme, as the French military agency had financed all of its covert operations, during the First Indochina War, from its control of the Indochina drug trade. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Politics_of_Heroin_in_Southeast_Asia

Rhythm is a dancer

Rhythm is a dancer

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