Champions of peace
France sank the Rainbow Warrior belonging to Greenpeace. The attack was executed in July 1985 in the port of Auckland in New Zealand by French secret services, the Direction Générale of the Sûreté Extérieure, DGSE, and killed a photographer who was on board. The intention was to sabotage the wave of anti-nuclear protests raised against the French tests in the Mururoa atoll.
   Iraq was invaded and destroyed, and its ruler, Saddam Housein, hanged by the Lynch law, globalized by the Texan George W. Bush (a pioneer in the field), just for falsely suspecting that Housein could be producing atomic weapons. Membership to the select NATO Club has its privileges.