By Dahr Jamail T r u t h o u t
One of the definitions of the word “occupation” is: the action, state, or period of occupying or being occupied by military force. Throughout history, areas or countries occupied by military force have always resisted, and this resistance has caused the occupier to devise more suitable methods of subduing the population of the area being occupied.
The US military has sent shock troops, which also donned helmets and flak jackets - anthropologists, sociologists and . . .