Sunday, April 17, 2011

America's Dirty Bombs

Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Class A war criminal, and small a antichrist Barack Hussein Obama is using them, reports David Wilson — What a Strange Way to Protect Civilians: Depleted Uranium and Libya. The author quotes Marion Falk of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) as saying, "Depleted uranium tipped missiles fit the description of a dirty bomb in every way."

Catholic traditionalist and fellow Buffalonian Paul Likoudis wrote the article back in '04 anathematizing D.U., whence comes the above photo (and a link to many more) of what Iraqi, Afghani, and now Libyan mothers can expect in the future thanks to the American taxpayer (your silence is complicity) — The Morality Of Weapons Systems.

Of such children (I almost said photos) of another American war, Nick Turse said, "Here are the women of Vietnam, giving birth to children who, however politically-incorrect it is to say, can accurately be called monstrosities" — Seeing the forest for the leaves. The War Remnants Museum (Ho Chi Minh City), which I visited in less politically-correct times when it was still known as the "Museum of American War Crimes," has more.

Sorry, I almost forgot; they hate us for our freedoms.

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Blogger Grim said...

Birth defects happen all the time. The argument has to come out of did the rate go up due to a given kind of round fired. And normally you can't tell that for 20-30 years after the fighting is done.

Also warfare that requires fighting in the middle civilian populaces aka guerrilla warfare often leads to this type of damage vs the western style of not fighting in the middle of civilians. If you want fewer babies like the above born then you have fight like men, not hide behind civilians.

Remember it's the guerrillas who choose to put the civilians at risk and thus must bear the responsibility.

7:19 AM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

So if Ho Chi Minh or Moammar Gaddafi had found it strategically necessary in their defensive wars to take Agent Orange or Depleted Uranium to the American Heartland, it would have been okay?

Neither Ho nor Gaddafi ever attacked us or threatened us, so it was not them who ultimately put their civilians at risk in waging their defensive wars.

Real men don't get involved in other people's civil wars. Real men defend their hearths and homes.

7:49 AM  
Blogger Francis-Xavier said...

You can generally prove a big spike in birth defects within 5 years after a war.

The US army went to hell when it stopped recruiting its officers out of the upper class. Say what you will against trust fund kids playing golf while not commanding other ranks around, they'd never tolerate DU (unless absolutely necessary.)

Officers putting in a few years to pay off their student loans, or who sold their soul to get to 20 or 30 years, on the other hand, won't rock the boat, even if it needs rocking badly.

9:23 PM  
Blogger pandora said...

Grim - you spirit is so...well, Grim.

These are reprehensible weapons and should never be used. Not ever. When and if the "Allies" in the war in Libya resort to their use (as in Iran and Afghanistan) we all should be shamed. Their use confirms there is no "good guy" in a war. The "Allies" purport to be there on humanitarian grounds, use of these (really all) weapons would make a mockery of these claims. War promotes evil and strips dignity from man.

11:26 PM  

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