Genocide in Iraq: Generations Will Suffer Debilitating Mutations For American War Crimes


Ah America, how could a country justify invading Iraq because of non-existent WMDs, yet afflict this much radioactive devastation without remorse?

“The war isn’t over. Yes, the Americans are gone, but we are still suffering from the Consequences,” said Leila Jabar, whose three children died because they were born with congenital deformities. She blames radioactive ammunition used by American forces during the war for the health problems of her children. Depleted uranium was deployed against thousands of people, with US jets and tanks firing nearly 10,000 depleted uranium shells in Iraq during the 2003 “pre-emptive strike” or, in non-Orwellian-newspeak, invasion. Most of the DU rounds fired by the US-led coalition were in heavily populated areas.
Dr Chris Busby is a researcher on the effects of depleted uranium, and says that uranium was only available in Iraq to the American troops.
“We went to Fallujah and we found the levels of cancer. We looked at the parents of children with congenital malformation and we did analysis of their hair to see what was inside their hair that might be genotoxic, that might be the sort of thing that can cause congenital malformation. The only thing that we found was uranium. We found uranium in the mothers of the children with congenital malformations,” he told RT.
In 2003, Colonel James Naugghton of US Army Material Command stated in “They want it to go away because we kicked the crap out of the them” In response to Iraq’s complaints about the usage of depleted uranium shells.

In a six-page long memo written in 1975, Major James Miles and Will Carroll from the international law division of USAF’s Office of The Judge Advocate General had stated depleted uranium weapons were legal, but had recommended imposing restrictions on their usage.
Use of this munition solely against personnel is prohibited if alternative weapons are available,” the memo stated. This was for legal reasons “related to the prohibitions against unnecessary suffering and poison
Unfortunately, this was ignored in the Iraq war and it was deployed against any manner of “target” without any reservations whatsoever.
A journalist for Al Jazeera, Dahr Jamail, reported on how the US invasion of Iraq had left a legacy of cancer and birth defects that were linked to the use of depleted uranium and even white phosporous.
They’re 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.
In Iraq, doctors and prominent scientists agree that DU contamination is connected to the rise of diseases that had never been observed there. These new diseases are seen to affect the kidney, lungs and liver and may even cause total immune system collapse. There is also a steep rise in leukemia, renal and anemia particularly among children. Miscarriages and premature births are also on the rise among the women of Iraq, concentrated in areas where the heaviest of American operations had occurred.
Dr. Samira Alani is a pediatric specialist at Fallujah General Hospital. He has taken a personal interest in researching how this epidemic had came to be since the US invasion.
We have all kinds of defects now, ranging from congenital heart disease to severe physical abnormalities, both in numbers you cannot imagine,” Alani told Truthoutat her office in the hospital last year, while sharing countless photos of shocking birth defects.
Alani had co-authored a 2010 study that proved that the rate of heart defects in Fallujah was 13 higher than the rate in Europe; birth defects affecting the nervous system were found to be 33 times higher than Europe. She visited Japan to learn more about the effects of radiation and was told that the current birth defects rate at Hiroshima and Nagasaki were currentlu only 1 to 2%. At 14.7%, the rate of birth defects in Fallusah is fourteen times the current rate in nuclear radiated areas of Japan. Although it has been roughly 60 years since the attack, the effects of radiation linger for a far longer time.
Iraq never had nuclear weapons of mass destruction, and the only chemical weapons of destruction found much later were mothballed gifts from the US itself. This injustice should be remembered, most of all by the citizens who had been lied into supporting a war-mongering regime.


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  1. These peple will never be tried for war crimes because they are above the law (they think) . We need to spread more awareness to people telling them what exactly happened in Iraq then only Bush will be tried for war crimes.

    • Bush Light had no involvement other than to do and say what his handlers told him to. “Snake Eyes” Cheney, on the other hand, and a host of the usual suspects at the Pentagon, aging army horses with one foot in the DOD and one foot in the corner office at General Dynamics, GE, Boeing, etc., there is the source of the war crimes. The US military has made it a policy to kill brown people all over the world.

  2. People need to know this type of information, that has apparently been hidden from us on purpose. I ask, where are the men of Honor, and leaders with souls ? Where are the Oath takers that will stand up for what is right ? How do you want to effect humanity? Or perhaps, what kind of an effect do you want to have on Humanity?

  3. Technically, they are above the law as no legal entity has the power to enforce the law, however they profess to be Christian and so should understand that God is all-powerful, the Christian God that is – not unlike Allah.

  4. I´m from Germany,as u all know we feel,no, we are told to feel, bad for what happend in the 30´. I think in a few years the world will talk about the USA nower days, the same way it is talking about us now. I really feel sad for all people with US-Passport…what goes around comes around,like it always did! Its just a matter of time.
    When nobody pays your soldiers,what do u have then?? Right! A country FULL of weapons and bullets in hands of the craziest people that ever walked the earth…have fun over there 😉

    • Agree with your comment. Of course having a US passport now is like a bulls eye. I dedinitly want to travel or Middle East, but I just can’t seem to muster the courage. All Americians are potential targets. On your comment on guns and billets and military, I have always been of the opinion that one day some pusses off x-service person is gonna totally load it . Veterans are probably the worst treated people in America, second only to the elderly.

    • Lol. While I see your comparison your not at all right. Germany was overthrown by psychotic megalomaniac who decided killing 6 million jews in gas chambers and make chairs n lamps out of them. Whatever america has done its last 100 years of warring doesn’t come close to what the Nazis did.

  5. Yes they will never be tried for their crimes as they are the people who define war crimes. We have to find a new way to get them and Anonymous is one of the ways. Lets support this new movement who will develop means to fight back we cannot yet imagine. They can and do.


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