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> U.S. Used Mustard gas, Nerve gas, and Burning Chemicals on Iraqis in Fallujah

8 March 2005 07:12
To all of you who think the US wouldn’t use nuclear weapons against an enemy, even if it’s own army were in danger, look back to 1991 and Gulf War I. The total amount of military personnel who served in Iraq in 1991 was nearly 550,000. Presently, there are over 11,000 dead soldiers from depleted uranium shells, used by our military, to disable Iraqi tanks and other military vehicles. Nearly 250,000 are now seriously ill, and or hospitalized. Get your heads out of your asses. Fallujah was hit with any and all weapons the US had in its arsenal. It was too bad for anyone, (...)


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