To condemn the most innocent to these kind of horrors, done by that 'indispensable' nation, my country, the USA using banned chemical weapons, is obscene and a war crime that will continue to deform babies for decades to come.
Fallujah, Iraq was the site of massive war crimes back in 2005, when the Pentagon decided to teach 'uppity' Iraqis, who were fighting the illegal invaders, a lesson that will go on for generations. Where's all those self-righteous American church leaders who scream bloody murder about abortion, but keep their well-heeled mouths shut when it comes to Iraqi children?
The Pentagon Death Dealers used Depleted Uranium ammo, the latest version of napalm, and God only knows what kind of experimental weapons on a city that only had AK47's to defend themselves against the Imperial war machine.
With the coronation of the psycho-killer Clinton, these war crimes will only be a warm-up for the main act; the finishing off of Syria, and then it's on to Iran.
Fallujah was a prosperous city before the Imperial Storm Troopers visited Hell upon them. Was the fact that it was once known as the 'City of Mosques' have anything to do with the insanity my Jew controlled, corrupt, sadistic government did to those innocent people?
Fallujah 'City Of Mosques' Now 'City Of Rubble' By Harvey Thompson on 1-21-5One could say the same about Syrian cities, destroyed by the Real Axis of Evil,' the USA/Israel/Saudi Arabia and the blood libel sacrifice of Palestinians in the world's largest open air concentration camp, Gaza.
The assault by US forces on the Iraqi city of Fallujah was one of the greatest war crimes since the Second World War. Over the course of nine days, Operation Phantom Fury, involving 10,000 US troops backed by 500 British soldiers, reduced the city, once famed for its 120 mosques and modern infrastructure, to ruins.
Sheikh Jamal, who had been asked by the US military to remove bodies from Fallujah, describes what he found: "The Americans had marked the houses with dead bodies with a cross. That's where we found the martyrs. In my opinion, these people were civilians, not terrorists. They were men who had stayed behind in the city to protect their homes. I say this because we found the bodies in groups of two or three or four; it was Ramadan and people would naturally gather together for Iftar, the first meal after fasting.
"I couldn't believe it, the whole city is destroyed. It was a big shock. I wasn't prepared for this much destruction. I was here just before the American attack. It's hard to believe this is the same city; it's incredible, destruction everywhere. Fallujah used to be one of the few modern Iraqi cities, and now there is nothing."
In the ruined landscape of rubble and general carnage, Fadhil hears from survivors how innocent civilians have been killed during the military onslaught, unarmed residents shot in their beds. Rabid dogs feed on corpses in the street. In a city formerly home to almost a third of a million people, there is now virtually no water, electricity or working sewage system; most of its inhabitants are homeless and destitute. For many of the people, all that is left of their homes is a pile of rubble-in many parts of the city the terrain has been altered beyond recognition.
Nahida Kham was among the first Fallujans to go back since US troops occupied the city. She motions for Fadhil to come see what has become of her home, "Look at it! Furniture, clothes thrown everywhere! They smashed up the cupboards, and they wrote something bad on the dressing-table mirror." As Nahida speaks no English, Fadhil has to explain to her that scrawled on mirror are the words, "F**k Iraq and every Iraqi in it!"
Feeling like the good GOYS now, America?
Nicholas J. Davies, author of “Blood on our Hands – the American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq”, has written:A good article, except it inserts the world's biggest whiners, the Jews, into the horror that has and continues to fall upon Iraqis, Syrians, Libyans, Somalians, Yemenis, Sudanese, Afghans, Pakistanis, etc.
“The Fallujah Compensation Committee reported in March 2005 that the assault destroyed 36,000 homes, 9,000 shops, 65 mosques, 60 schools, both train stations, one of the two bridges, two power stations, three water treatment plants and the city’s entire sanitation and telephone systems.”
Now, Human Rights Watch has written a Report (2) indicating that near unbelievably, twelve years on, all has deteriorated to the extent that: “Residents of the besieged city of Fallujah are starving. Iraqi government forces should urgently allow aid to enter the city, and the extremist group Islamic State, also known as ISIS, which captured the city in early 2014, should allow civilians to leave.”
Residents are reported to be eating bread made from flour from ground date stones and soup made from grass. Food still available is sold at staggering prices. “A 50-kilogram sack of flour goes for US$750, and a bag of sugar for $500.” In Baghdad, just seventy kilometres away: “ the same amount of flour costs $15 and of sugar $40 … each day starving children arrive at the local hospital … most foodstuffs are no longer available at any price … the hospital has run out of baby food.”
So let's stay focused on the here and now and pay no more attention to those who like to always draw attention to themselves and thereby distract from the real horrors.
White Phosphorous, Daisy cutters, Depleted Uranium, Thermobaric bombs, Clusterbombs, Napalma. The US uses WMD against civilians.Only now they call napalm the 'Mark77'
The United Nations banned the use of napalm against civilians in 1980 after pictures of a naked wounded girl in Vietnam shocked the world. The United States, which didn't endorse the convention, is the only nation in the world still using napalm.
The Mark 77 bomb (MK-77) is a U.S. 750-pound (340 kg) air-dropped incendiary bomb carrying 110 U.S. gallons (416 L; 92 imp gal) of a fuel gel mix which is the direct successor to napalm.Oh Yes!!! If I was getting incinerated by a Mark 77, I'd feel good about it not being 'napalm!'
The MK-77 is the primary incendiary weapon currently in use by the United States military. Instead of the gasoline, polystyrene, and benzene mixture used in napalm bombs, the MK-77 uses kerosene-based fuel with a lower concentration of benzene. The Pentagon has claimed that the MK-77 has less impact on the environment than napalm. The mixture reportedly also contains an oxidizing agent, making it more difficult to put out once ignited, as well as white phosphorus.