those of you who want facts and figures and have the intellect to judge
'good' from 'evil' and the courage to know and say out the truth... must
read it. For the rest can skip this page by clicking
If you're using Internet Explorer-4+, select
any text on this page by dragging your mouse over it. This text is
instantly copied to clipboard. WARNING: Use the material at your
Imperialist strategy of
the United States
Assassination Plots for
Assassination Plots for
Very likely Victims
Known Assassination Plots
Law of Nature
Ever since the United States Army massacred 300
Lakotas in 1890, American forces have intervened elsewhere around the
globe 100 times. Indeed the United States has sent troops abroad or
militarily struck other countries' territory 216 times since independence
from Britain. Since 1945 the United States has intervened in more than 20
countries throughout the world.
Since World War II, the
United States actually dropped bombs on
23 countries. These
1986, El Salvador
Post World War II, the United States has
also assisted in over
20 different coups
throughout the world, and the CIA was responsible for half a dozen
assassinations of political heads of state.
The following is a comprehensive summary of the
imperialist strategy of the United States over the span of the past
Troops sent to Buenos Aires to protect business interests.
Chile - 1891
Marines sent to Chile and clashed with nationalist rebels.
Haiti - 1891
American troops suppress a revolt by Black workers on United
States-claimed Navassa Island.
Hawaii - 1893
Navy sent to Hawaii to overthrow the independent kingdom - Hawaii annexed
by the United States.
Nicaragua - 1894
Troops occupied Bluefields, a city on the Caribbean Sea, for a month.
China - 1894-95
Navy, Army, and Marines landed during the Sino-Japanese War.
Korea - 1894-96
Troops kept in Seoul during the war.
Panama - 1895
Army, Navy, and Marines landed in the port city of Corinto.
China - 1894-1900
Troops occupied China during the Boxer Rebellion.
Navy and Army troops landed after the Philippines fell during the
Filipinos were killed.
Cuba - 1898-1902
Troops seized Cuba in the Spanish-American War; the United States still
maintains troops at Guantanamo Bay today.
Troops seized Puerto Rico in the Spanish-American War and
still occupy Puerto Rico today.
Nicaragua - 1898
Marines landed at the port of San Juan del Sur.
Samoa - 1899
Troops landed as a result over the battle for succession to the throne.
Panama - 1901-14
Navy supported the revolution when Panama claimed independence from
Colombia. American troops have occupied the Canal Zone since
when construction for the canal began.
Honduras - 1903
Marines landed to intervene during a revolution.
Troops landed to protect American interests during a revolution.
Korea - 1904-05
Marines landed during the Russo-Japanese War.
Cuba - 1906-09
Troops landed during an election.
Nicaragua - 1907
Troops landed and a protectorate was set up.
Honduras - 1907
Marines landed during Honduras' war with Nicaragua.
Panama - 1908
Marines sent in during Panama's election.
Nicaragua - 1910
Marines landed for a second time in Bluefields and Corinto.
Honduras - 1911
Troops sent in to protect American interests during Honduras' civil war.
China - 1911-41
Navy and troops sent to China during continuous flare-ups.
Cuba - 1912
Troops sent in to protect American interests in Havana.
Panama - 1912
Marines landed during Panama's election.
Honduras - 1912
Troops sent in to protect American interests.
Nicaragua - 1912-33
Troops occupied Nicaragua and fought guerrillas during its
Mexico - 1913
Navy evacuated Americans during revolution.
Navy fought with rebels over Santo Domingo.
Mexico - 1914-18
Navy and troops sent in to intervene against nationalists.
Haiti - 1914-34
Troops occupied Haiti after a revolution and occupied Haiti for
Marines occupied the Dominican Republic for eight years.
Cuba - 1917-33
Troops landed and occupied Cuba for
years; Cuba became an economic protectorate.
World War I
Navy and Army sent to Europe to fight the Axis powers.
Russia - 1918-22
Navy and troops sent to Eastern Russia after the Bolshevik Revolution;
Army made five landings.
Honduras - 1919
Marines sent during Honduras' national elections.
Guatemala - 1920
Troops occupied Guatemala for two weeks during a union strike.
Turkey - 1922
Troops fought nationalists in Smyrna.
China - 1922-27
Navy and Army troops deployed during a nationalist revolt.
Honduras - 1924-25
Troops landed twice during a national election.
Panama - 1925
Troops sent in to put down a general strike.
China - 1927-34
Marines sent in and stationed for seven years throughout China.
Naval warships deployed during the FMLN revolt under Marti.
World War II
Military fought the Axis powers: Japan, Germany, and Italy.
Yugoslavia - 1946
Navy deployed off the coast of Yugoslavia in response to the downing of an
Uruguay - 1947
Bombers deployed as a show of military force.
Greece - 1947-49
United States operations insured a victory for the far right in national
Germany - 1948
Military deployed in response to the Berlin blockade; the Berlin airlift
The CIA directed a civil war against the Filipino Huk revolt.
Military helped crush an independence rebellion in Ponce.
Korean War - 1951-53
Military sent in during the war.
Iran - 1953
The CIA orchestrated the overthrow of democratically elected Mossadegh
and restored the Shah to power.
Vietnam - 1954
The United States offered weapons to the French in the battle against Ho
Chi Minh and the Viet Minh.
Guatemala - 1954
The CIA overthrew the democratically elected Arbenz and placed Colonel
Armas in power.
Egypt - 1956
Marines deployed to evacuate foreigners after Nasser nationalized the Suez
Lebanon - 1958
Navy supported an Army occupation of Lebanon during its civil war.
Panama - 1958
Troops landed after Panamanians demonstrations threatened the Canal Zone.
Vietnam - 1950s-75
Cuba - 1961
The CIA-directed Bay of Pigs invasions failed to overthrow the Castro
Cuba - 1962
The Navy quarantines Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Laos - 1962
Military occupied Laos during its civil war against the Pathet Lao
Panama - 1964
Troops sent in and Panamanians shot while protesting the United States
presence in the Canal Zone.
Indonesia - 1965
The CIA orchestrated a military coup.
Troops deployed during a national election.
Guatemala - 1966-67
Green Berets sent in.
Cambodia - 1969-75
Military sent in after the Vietnam War expanded into Cambodia.
Oman - 1970
Marines landed to direct a possible invasion into Iran.
Laos - 1971-75
Americans carpet-bomb the countryside during Laos' civil war.
Chile - 1973
The CIA orchestrated a coup, killing President Allende who had been
popularly elected. The CIA helped to establish a military regime under
Cambodia - 1975
Twenty-eight Americans killed in an effort to retrieve the crew of the Mayaquez, which had been seized.
Angola - 1976-92
The CIA backed South African rebels fighting against Marxist Angola.
Iran - 1980
Americans aborted a rescue attempt to liberate
hostages seized in the Teheran embassy.
Libya - 1981
American fighters shoot down two Libyan fighters.
The CIA, troops, and advisers aid in El Salvador's war against the FMLN.
Nicaragua - 1981-90
The CIA and NSC directed the Contra War against the Sandinistas.
Lebanon - 1982-84
Marines occupied Beirut during Lebanon's civil war;
were killed in the American barracks and Reagan "redeployed" the troops to
Honduras - 1983-89
Troops sent in to build bases near the Honduran border.
Grenada - 1983-84
American invasion overthrew the Maurice Bishop government.
Iran - 1984
American fighters shot down two Iranian planes over the Persian Gulf.
Libya - 1986
American fighters hit targets in and around the capital city of Tripoli.
Bolivia - 1986
The Army assisted government troops on raids of cocaine areas.
Iran - 1987-88
The United States intervened on the side of Iraq during the Iran-Iraq
Libya - 1989
Navy shot down two more Libyan jets.
Islands - 1989
Troops landed during unrest among Virgin Island peoples.
Air Force provided air cover for government during coup.
Panama - 1989-90
Americans landed in overthrow of President Noriega; over
Panama civilians were killed.
Liberia - 1990
Troops entered Liberia to evacuate foreigners during civil war.
American troops sent to Saudi Arabia, which was a staging area in the
war against Iraq.
Kuwait - 1991
Troops sent into Kuwait to turn back Saddam Hussein.
Somalia - 1992-94
Troops occupied Somalia during civil war.
Bosnia - 1993-95
Air Force jets bombed "no-fly zone" during civil war in Yugoslavia.
Haiti - 1994-96
American troops and Navy provided a blockade against Haiti's military
government. The CIA restored Aristide to power.
Zaire - 1996-97
Marines sent into Rwanda Hutus' refugee camps in the area where the
Congo revolution began.
Albania - 1997
Troops deployed during evacuation of foreigners.
Sudan - 1998
American missiles destroyed a pharmaceutical complex where alleged nerve
gas components were manufactured.
Missiles launched towards alleged Afghan terrorist training camps.
Yugoslavia - 1999
Bombings and missile attacks carried out by the United States in
conjunction with NATO in the
week war against Milosevic.
Iraq - 1998-2001
Missiles launched into Baghdad and other large Iraq cities for four days.
American jets enforced
"no-fly zone" and continued to hit Iraqi targets since December
instances of American military intervention did not include times when the
deployed military police overseas;
mobilized the National Guard;
sent Navy ships off the coast of numerous countries as a show of strength;
sent additional troops to areas where Americans were already stationed;
carried out covert actions where American forces were not under the direct
rule of an American command;
used small hostage rescue units;
used American pilots to fly foreign planes;
carried out military training and advisory programs which did not involve
Following is a
list of prominent foreign leaders whose assassination (or planning for
same) the United States has been involved in since the end of Second World
War. The list does not include several assassinations in various parts of
the world carried out by anti-Castro Cubans employed by CIA and
headquarters in the United States:
- Kim Koo, Korean opposition leader
- CIA/Neo-Nazi hit list of numerous political figures in West Germany
- Jose' Antonio Remon, President of Panama
Chou En-lai, Prime Minister of China, several attempts on his life
- Kim Il Sung, Premiere of North Korea
(mid) - Claro M. Recto, Philippines opposition leader
- Jawar Lal Nehru, Prime Minister of India
- Norodom Sihanouk, leader of Cambodia
- Jose Figueres, President of Costa Rica, two attempts on his life
- Francois "Papa Doc"Duvalier, leader of Haiti
- Patrice Lumumba , Prime Minister of Congo (Zaire)
- Gen. Rafael Trujillo, leader of Dominican Republic
- Ngo Dinh Diem, President of South Vietnam
- Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, more than
attempts on his life
- Raul Castro, high official in government of Cuba
- Francisco Caamanao, Dominican Republic opposition leader
- Pierre Ngendandumwe, Prime Minister of Burundi
- Charles de Gaulle, President of France
- Che Guevara, Cuban leader
- Salvadore Allende, President of Chile
- General Rene Schneider, Commander-in-Chief of Army, Chile
- Gen. Omar Torrijos, leader of Panama
- General Manuel Noriega, Chief of Panama Intelligence
- Mobutu Sese Seko, President of Zaire
- Michael Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica
- Miguel d'Escoto, Foreign Minister of Nicaragua
- The nine commandantes of the Sandanista National Directorate
- Dr. Gerald Bull, Canadian Ballistics Scientist assassinated by Mossad in
Partial List of
Leaders Assassinated or Attempted Assassinations
Sukarno, President of Indonesia
Jamal Abdul Nasser, President of Egypt
Brigadier General, Abdul Karim Kassem, Leader of Iraq
Muammar Qaddafi, Leader of Libya, several plots and attempts upon his life
Ayatullah Khomeini, Leader of Iran
General Ahmed Dlimi, Moroccan army Commander
Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadllallah, Lebanese Shiite Leader (80
people killed in that attempt)
Saddam Hussein, Leader of Iraq
April 4, 1979 - Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Leader of Pakistan, for pursuing
making of Nuclear Bomb.
General Ziaul Haq, Military Leader of Pakistan.
- Murtaza Bhutto, Son of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Anti-American would-be
Leader - Pakistan.
- King Faisal of Saudi Arabia through his Nephew, for imposing
Mullah Mohammad Omar, in Kandhar, Afghanistan.
À List of
Sukarno, President of Indonesia
Jamal Abdul Nasser, President of Egypt
Since early this year more than
Palestinian leaders assassinated through surrogate Israel.
Blum, William, "KILLING HOPE - U.S. Military and CIA Interventions
Since World War II," Appendix III U.S. Government Assassination Plots,
453, Common Courage
Press, Monroe, Maine
Law of Nature:
Newton's Third Law in
Physics: "For every Action, there is an equal and opposite Reaction."
World Trade Center struck by two planes, and Pentagon, commandeered by
of Arab origin, killing more than