Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Fallujah Birth Defects and Cancer linked to US attack

What have I missed?? A few days away and so much news. Wondering, did the msm give really important stories their due? Or was it more of the mind numbing same/same?
Has the tv news told you the truth, or some version of "truthiness?
I suspect it is the usual "truthiness" (It may feel sort of like truth, but, it ain't even close)
Has the msm taken a long hard look at the massive increase in birth defects among the Iraqi children?
You know the kids being liberated? The ones being pacified?
I doubt they have.
But, I have previously and I do hope you will follow along with me while I bring you up to speed on the subject.

In 2009, November 14 and 15th I did two consecutive posts on this subject.

November 14-Huge Rise in Birth Defects in Fallujah

November 15-Fallujah: The Hidden Massacre and the use of White Phosphorous


Their is a brief 27 minute documentary linked at the November 15th post, that I do hope you will take the time to watch, if you have not seen it already.

The documentary starts out looking back at the Napalm atrocities of the Vietnam "war"
I use the term "war" loosely, because war is nothing but wholesale slaughter of humans, that brings no peace, no freedom, no calm, no democracy.
Those are buzz words for the audience the war is being marketed too.
The documentary moves to Fallujah and Iraq.

The latest information on this sad and sordid war crime/crimes against humanity by the US forces is this.

Research, again, links the rise in Fallujah birth defects and cancer to the US assault.

When will justice be done for the children of Fallujah?


A study examining the causes of a dramatic spike in birth defects in the Iraqi city of Fallujah has for the first time concluded that genetic damage could have been caused by weaponry used in US assaults that took place six years ago.

The research, which will be published next week, confirms earlier estimates revealed by the Guardian of a major, unexplained rise in cancers and chronic neural-tube, cardiac and skeletal defects in newborns. The authors found that malformations are close to 11 times higher than normal rates, and rose to unprecedented levels in the first half of this year – a period that had not been surveyed in earlier reports.

The findings, which will be published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, come prior to a much-anticipated World Health Organisation study of Falluja's genetic health. They follow two alarming earlier studies, one of which found a distortion in the sex ratio of newborns since the invasion of Iraq in 2003 – a 15% drop in births of boys.

"We suspect that the population is chronically exposed to an environmental agent"

The report identifies metals as potential contaminating agents afflicting the city – especially among pregnant mothers. "Metals are involved in regulating genome stability," it says. "As environmental effectors, metals are potentially good candidates to cause birth defects.

The findings are likely to prompt further speculation that the defects were caused by depleted uranium rounds, which were heavily used in two large battles in the city in April and November 2004




You think war resolves anything? Or brings peace? Or democracy?
Then you live in a deluded mindset.

9 comments:

  1. The war in the Middle East is disgusting. So many innocents killed, and for what? - so the elite can force the "primitives" to purchase Ipods and watch more television. Join the New World Order, one plugged in drone at a time.

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  2. Fallujah seems to be just one more of their laboratories [ doubtless most centres of population are] though this one develops the effect of uranium and other odd metals. There's probably scientists and other detached types who are salivating at the prospect of more humans developing odd and strange defects which they can then isolate and augment.

    Probably find that uranium negates swine-flu so it'll be worth it in the end, as it is with animal testing.

    Despite the pain of a minority millions of lives will be saved so they're justified.

    Nevertheless I feel their cupidity will outwit their wisdom and the uranium and other metals will wend their way via air and water back to people who made and carried out their anti-humanity war.

    They keep forgetting that everything connects


    cheers

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  3. Rate of dissent:

    All wars are disgusting. They never bring any of the promised "rewards"
    They merely inflict agony, pain, suffering, reward crime and injustice, allow for the abuse of a segment of humanity.

    And yes, indeed a part of it is to open markets to western style junk and indoctrination.

    Via tv programs and hollywood movies in particular

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  4. wow, that is an interesting thought.
    Fallujah as a lab, for human experimentation. It is entirely possible isn't it.

    I mean even if the word doesn't get out to the dumbed down massses.
    Someone, or many "someones" will know what was the outcome of the depleted uranium usage..

    "They keep forgetting that everything connects"

    That they do.

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  5. People called American soldiers 'baby killers' in the Vietnam era, because that was appropriate language to describe much of their work.
    Today, we kill em slow with poison radiation, but that's OK cause we're also building schools for girls in Afghanistan......
    Sick.


    The laboratory idea has merit, but first it was a revenge scene and a message delivery service.

    The Iraqis have been raped and decimated by US mercs and soldiers, but they did have some fight in them at the beginning. The Iraqi's of Fallujah fought back against Blackwater on March 31 2004 and killed four of their hired guns, and they displayed the bodies (or maybe agent provocateurs did it?) for all to see.
    That created a media storm in the US as a coming out party for Blackwater since nobody knew who they were back then. How convenient for US media to introduce Blackwater just as they are slaughtered and hung from lamp posts.
    The Fallujah attack being discussed here was swift vengeance, and a message to all Iraqis that killing Americans will cause you to suffer 10 fold, women and children FIRST.
    Pretty much a carbon copy of Izzy policy of returning bottle rocket fire with F-18 bombardments of high density civilian areas.
    The theory goes that once the 'hostile' population understands that courageous acts against the occupiers will result in brutal retribution against their local women and children....the people will start to police themselves.
    And if that doesn't work, slow death by radioactive poison will suffice.

    I am sure you guys also know that insanely high rates of birth defects still exist in Vietnam TODAY, and have since the evil occupiers were there in the 1960's.

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  6. Hey Penny, as you well know about my father's background, I have discussed this with him at length when this was happening.

    He confirmed what we all here know, DU does cause cancers and birth defects - he knew this in the late 60's. It's a no brainer. The use of DU should be banned - but hey who is gonna ban it? How does one enforce the ban.

    The human race is disgusting.

    Buffy - having a bad day and this shit doesn't help

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  7. Anonymous:

    "Today, we kill em slow with poison radiation, but that's OK cause we're also building schools for girls in Afghanistan......
    Sick."

    we kill them slow, but hey we build schools for them!

    How "schizophrenic" is that?

    "psychosis, characterized by abnormalities in perception, content of thought, and thought processes"
    that is western society!

    Seriously, how mentally ill as a society are we?
    (not myself, but, western society in general)

    We are so swell, building schools....


    "I am sure you guys also know that insanely high rates of birth defects still exist in Vietnam TODAY, and have since the evil occupiers were there in the 1960's"

    I think, I have previously done a post on this topic...

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  8. Buff:

    who is going to ban it, and who would enforce it?

    No one.

    When it is such an effective tool of genocide?

    Hoping today is a better day???

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