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Why Did Nato 'allegedly' Use And 'store' Depleted Uranium In Libya?

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Why Did Nato 'allegedly' Use And 'store' Depleted Uranium In Libya?

Postby Hartman » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:11 am

The US dropped thousands of depleted uranium bombs upon Fallujah, Iraq in 2003, and the aftermath since has been catastrophic. A quarter of all births since the strike have suffered from abnormalities ranging from cancer to leukemia, and the rate of mutation among newborns is higher than what was found after America attacked Japan during the Second World War.

Given the amount of depleted uranium in the hands of the US?one of the few countries that has refused to sign on to the UN?s Human Rights Commission? ban on the element?we?re going to only further saturate foreign battlefields with the toxic metal in years to come.

Why did the IAEA report contradict the statements by the US? Think about it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SMYL4iZQ...

NATO (Does this stand for the 'North Atlantic Terrorist Organisation'?) - Peacekeeping for the next 4.5 millions years! (Half life of Uranium) http://endwaronlibya.com/depleted-uraniu...
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Why Did Nato 'allegedly' Use And 'store' Depleted Uranium In Libya?

Postby Rainer » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:12 am

Not only that, but US serviceman have returned home from Iraq, suffering from radiation, and have consequently fathered children with deformities.
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Why Did Nato 'allegedly' Use And 'store' Depleted Uranium In Libya?

Postby Maonaigh » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:13 am

It was alleged but found not to be the case. You want it to be true but sadly it isn't true. Like the story put about that Israel dropped extra crocodiles into the River Nile to ruin Egypt's tourist trade. Just because you want to believe something doesn't make it automatically true.
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