Tuesday, July 27, 2010

What's Not To Hate?

"Results of a population-based epidemiological study [of the residents of Fallujah, Iraq] organized by Malak Hamdan and Chris Busby are published on 3 July 2010 in the International Journal of Environmental & Public Health based in Basle, Switzerland. They show increases in cancer, leukemia and infant mortality and peturbations of the normal human population birth sex ratio significantly greater than those reported for the survivors of the A-Bombs at Hiroshoma and Nagasaki in 1945." (Genetic damage & health in Fallujah Iraq worse than Hiroshima, brusselstribunal.org, 2/7/10)

"There was a program early evening in not-so Great Britain on the new 'debate' around the 'legality' or 'illegality' of the war ON Iraq. Only now, seven years on, is there such a debate. Oh my, are the English having a sudden coup de coeur for Iraq or what?! Or are they just going through the usual mea culpa in an attempt to atone for their crimes? You know, trying to look good in public - stiff upper lip, plum in ass and what have you. You lot really make me laugh, but when I see you pontificate, my contempt for you grows even stronger, spreading through my being like the roots of an old tree that refuses to bend. What is it exactly you wankers are debating? What? After what? You really have no shame whatever. You're a total disgrace. A total failure. A totally immoral, amoral people. So you want a good conscience after seven years of murder and mayhem when we saw and experienced the unthinkable? When the worst violations of human rights were perpetrated by you (and the dumb fuck Americans)? What are you debating, you scum, you perverts of history? The English turd said, Now we need to let go of the past and concentrate on helping Iraqis reconstruct their country. The pervert did not say, ... helping the Iraqis reconstruct what we destroyed. He did not say, ... helping the Iraqis get rid of the criminal Iranian puppets we installed for them. He did not say, ... helping the Iraqis clean Iraq of millions of years of contamination and toxicity. He did not say, ... paying for the horrendous damage we inflicted on an innocent country and an innocent people. No, none of that was said. Help us reconstruct what, you filthy, once-a-month bather piece of shit? What is there left to reconstruct? Why don't you and the American shits tell it like it is? Why don't you say, We wanted to invent a new Iraq, but we failed? Why don't you say, We'd really like to leave it in chaos because this is what we really want, only this will break the Iraqi spirit? General Maude couldn't manage it in the 20s, but you thought you'd give it a jolly good shot today, didn't you? The legality of the war, eh? After you made Blair a viceroy of peace? After you twice voted for him? After you massacred Iraq? After you tortured and sodomised our people? After you used the most lethal weapons on us in Gulf War I and II, leaving Iraqi mothers to give birth to babies with two fucking heads? Now you're debating? As if the reasons for the war were justifiable or not? There is NOTHING, absolutely NOTHING justifiable about your actions. NOTHING. And trust me, even if it takes another 20, 50 or 100 years, we will sue your filthy, putrid English arses... and you will pay... you will pay. I've heard that Iraqis take great pleasure in pissing on General Maude's grave - we're not done with you yet." (More English Filth, Layla Anwar, arabwomanblues.blogspot.com, 27/7/10)

"Fifteen months ago a Sky News investigation revealed growing numbers of children born with defects in Fallujah. Concerns were that the rise in deformities may have been linked to the use of chemical weapons by US forces. We recently returned to find out the current situation and what has happened to some of the children we featured. In May last year, we were told the story of a 3-year-old girl called Fatima Ahmed who was born with two heads. When we filmed her she seemed like a listless bundle - she lay there barely able to breathe and unable to move. Even now, and having seen the pictures many times since, I still feel shocked and saddened when I look at her. But the prognosis for Fatima never looked good and, as feared, she never made it to her fourth birthday. Her mother Shukriya told us about the night her daughter died. Wiping away her tears, Shukriya said she had put her daughter to bed as normal one night but woke with the dreadful sense that something was wrong. She told us she felt it was her daughter's moment to die, but of course that does not make the pain any easier. Fatima's father had taken his little girl's hand but it was cold. 'She is gone', he had said to his distraught wife." (The truth of Iraq's city of deformed babies, Lisa Holland, news.sky.com, 1/9/09)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Another shocking War Crime. I nominate John Howard for the I.C.C. That's the International Criminal Court not that cricket junket.