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Babies of Fallujah (Irak) by MissVal on 9 June 2011 8:58pm
Hi guys! I just discover this on the internet, and the subject catch my attention 'cause I never heard about it, almost Non One heard about this untold story ... The war in Irak seemed to be a good plan for the USA and maybe others States to use new weapons on the population. Here there are some videos on Youtube that you can watch and compare with Hiroshima bomb in Japan some 50 years ago or even Chernobyl (we all know that in Fallujah there are not any nuclear power or any radioactivity work) and the consequences of them ... I warn those who can be shocked by the images of suffering children :/ There is one (almost the only one) which is showing you the story of some of these poor kids. I do not hope to be very touched from almost of you readers [: "ok, well we are all Human being, but fortunatly I am a poor ass not living in this country or I am like of these uneducated assh.le (who killed because I wanted it and my country said it is good) who will do anything of it, but I will have this though about the kids deeply in mee all my life" Some of us, including me are like that or we are too poor to help and that I understand ... But this is only my point of view, kind of weird, but true:P ]
Re: Babies of Fallujah (Irak) by Loretto on 10 June 2011 2:12pm
I watched the sky news report MissVal.

Very sad and shocking. My heart breaks for those parents and their children. At a time when they should be celebrating new life they are saddened by their child's extreme and life threatening deformities.

Not all Americans supported these US Wars.

My family here in the USA, I am Irish, my husband is American by birth and so is my son, were against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Much like the propaganda used to rally the troops in World War 2, young men and women were brain washed to do brutal things during overseas wars. Some soldiers have since come forward to tell the truth.


Friends of ours have sons serving in the military and they, being parents, worry about the safe return of their offspring.

Thank you for sharing this sky news report. But please know not all Americans are war mongers. The news needs to be fair about that side of the story too. Otherwise American citizens will not be safe anywhere except on American soil.

Not all Americans wanted these wars.

This does not absolve those people responsible for the horrendous actions against Iraqi citizens. Who is responsible then? The young impressionable soldier who believes he or she is defending his country against a deadly enemy? Or, the politicians who make the final decisions to go or to remain at war?


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