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US Dropped Nuke on Iraq Part 1


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Iraq, Nuke, Bomb, Desert, Storm, terrorism, military, Bush Crimes, Gulf War I, iraq, Govtfearmongering, dishonesty, corruption, constitution, bushadministration )

Gregory
- 2161 days ago - youtube.com
n the investigative report an American veteran who participated in Desert Storm accuses the US Administration of having used a small nuclear penetration bomb with an energy of 5 kilotons between the Iraqi town of Basra and the border with Iran.



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Dalia H. (1280)
Friday January 16, 2009, 10:05 pm
Noted dearest Gregory. Thanks for sending this to be informed.
Love, Black Dalia:)
 

JustaHuman Here (53)
Saturday January 17, 2009, 12:44 am
I so not remember when I got a good information about America the last time. Did I get one at all? I do not remember. They saved us Germans from Hitler? Far away from the truth. After WWII was finished, Churchill said "We slaughtered the wrong pig". Wonder what he meant?
 

Good H. (3822)
Saturday January 17, 2009, 7:17 am
This is also ignoring the FACT that the US has been waging a nuclear war in many countries, through the use of depleted uranium weapons (DU). The dust from these weapons is actually more dangerous than the contamination from nuclear weapons, since it is radioactive uranium that floats on the wind for hundreds of miles and is dangerous for 10000 years.

This DU nuclear toxic legacy is being tested and spread around in the US in many places, and is being USED in many countries... radioactively contaminating huge areas...

It is much worse than Agent Orange in Vietnam and that killed many US soldiers, plus sickened millions of people, and is still affecting that nation and ours today.. another toxic legacy of Bush and war mongering.
 

FreeSpirit Running (324)
Saturday January 17, 2009, 8:20 am
Gregory, thank you my good friend for always keeping us abreast of information, your articles are fact, truth, & interesting. This is noted.

Ah, the good ole USA...Our govt.keeps many, many secrets from us civilians, but somehow, we still find out and know about them.

How dare they use people for guinea pigs with their weapons of mass destruction & doing it without our knowledge? Do they think we are stupid?

They are not GOD, they do not have the right to do these horrible tests on us & other countries! They have been dropping chemicals on us & other countries since the 50's, lots of people died because of "their tests" on PEOPLE, what the heck? Bunch of money hungry, disgusting idiots in this country that really don't care who they test on. It sickens me, they sicken me. I do love to live in the USA, but am ashamed of our government, sorry.

Why don't they test them on themselves, and leave the innocent people alone.

I pray for all the countries...
Blessings to us all,
 

Aletta Kraan (146)
Saturday January 17, 2009, 3:49 pm
Noted ,thanks .
 

Jhn Wzt (3)
Saturday January 17, 2009, 4:38 pm
wouldnt surprise me abit.
so noted
 

. (0)
Saturday January 17, 2009, 6:12 pm
noted thank you
 

Christine vaudrin rios (376)
Thursday January 22, 2009, 11:55 pm
noted..thank you
 

Marthe B. (9)
Tuesday January 27, 2009, 11:47 pm
Who knows whats used in wars?
Iraq seems on the good way of peace,i hope it will happen at last,best wishes to all for a peacefull reconstruction.
 
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