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Philippines
(Death toll from U.S. invasion 1898-1904: 1 million)
(Death toll from CIA-backed counter-insurgency against the Huk rebellion: 9-11,000)
(Death toll from U.S. client Marcos dictatorship 1965-1986: 60,000-175,000)
(Death toll from U.S. client Arroyo regime 2001- : 1,000)


Articles:

The Philippines Revolution: What Are The Alternatives To Neoliberalism?

The Folly of Empire Book Excerpt: The Phillipines

Regime Change or Imperialism?
 
 
The Pacification of the Phillipines

A Brief History of the Philippines from a Filipino Perspective

An Urgent Appeal to the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (PPT) of the Lelio Basso International Foundation for the Rights and Liberation of People (Foundation)

Philippines: The Killing Fields Of Asia

The Case of the Philippines: Militarization is Not an Answer for Economic Development or Reconstruction

The Phillipines Model

U.S. Imperialism: A Century of Slaughter

Dark Legacy: Human rights under the Marcos regime

The Philippines: The Marcos Years

Pictures from the U.S. invasion of the Phillipines:




General Jacob H. Smith's infamous order "KILL EVERY ONE OVER TEN" was the caption in the New York Journal cartoon on May 5, 1902. The Old Glory draped an American shield on which a vulture replaced the bald eagle. The bottom caption exclaimed, "Criminals Because They Were Born Ten Years Before We Took the Philippines". Published in the New York Journal-American, May 5, 1902.