• Fear if the Enemy Part 3: "Safe" Depleted Uranium Ammunition

    From Raskolynikov@21:1/5 to All on Wed Dec 7 11:00:57 2022
    Be warned, the images here can be disturbing to minors and should
    probably be viewed with parental guidance.)

    The next generation of humans after the nuclear Armageddon will probably look like this: https://youtu.be/RNi_1pbSqGY?t=211

    American side (safe "depleted uranium"):

    [1] https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/afghanistan-karzai-us-depleted-uranium/


    [2] https://theintercept.com/2019/11/25/iraq-children-birth-defects-military/
    A selection of images from a study by a team of independent medical researchers show deformities suffered by young children living near an active U.S. military base in Iraq.

    Images: Study titled "Living near an active U.S. military base in Iraq is associated with significantly higher hair thorium and increased likelihood of congenital anomalies in infants and children," 2019.

    [3] Neutral side: http://hrn.or.jp/eng/activity/Iraq%20Report%20April%202013.pdf

    [4] Ten Years Later, U.S. Has Left Iraq With Mass Displacement & Epidemic of Birth Defects, Cancers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNi_1pbSqGY

    http://www.democracynow.org - In part two of our interview, Al Jazeera reporter Dahr Jamail discusses how the U.S. invasion of Iraq has left behind a legacy of cancer and birth defects suspected of being caused by the U.S. military's extensive use of
    depleted uranium and white phosphorus. Noting the birth defects in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, Jamail says: "They're are extremely hard to bear witness to, but it's something that we all need to pay attention to ... What this has generated is from 2004
    up to this day, we are seeing a rate of congenital malformations in the city of Fallujah that has surpassed even that in the wake of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki that nuclear bombs were dropped on at the end of World War II." Jamail has
    also reported on the refugee crisis of more than one million displaced Iraqis still inside the country, who are struggling to survive without government aid, a majority of them living in Baghdad. Click here to watch part 1 of the interview.

    in the LORD

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