DeJa-Vu 'Agent Orange' of Iraq

The New Gulf War Syndrome

 

US soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan are being exposed to toxic chemicals that pose serious health risks

Add the possible Depleted Uranium Poisoning to this mix, And...................??

 

Unfortunately, the dangers of modern war extend far beyond weapons. As Iraqis know only too well, areas of Iraq today are among the most polluted on the planet – so toxic that merely to live, eat and sleep (never mind to fight) in these zones is to risk death. Thousands of soldiers coming home from the war may have been exposed to chemicals that are known to cause cancers and neurological problems.

What's most tragic is that the veterans themselves do not always realize that they are in danger from chemical poisoning. Right now, there is no clear way for Iraq war veterans to find out what they've been exposed to and where to get help.

The Iraqi's, especially the kids, will be left with this toxic legacy to grow up in, add that to the great possibility of some of those kids seeking payback in a few years, and guess what!!!!

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At age 19, Dan Wilson packed his bags and left St. Louis for the U.S. Army, and life as a soldier in Vietnam. It was a decision that would change his life.

Vietnam is a land known for jungles, but during his last eight months there, Wilson lived where there was nothing green at all.

"There was no grass," he said. "There were several thousand acres of dust when it didn't rain and mud when it did."

Neither he nor his fellow soldiers knew they were living, eating and drinking in a toxic wasteland.

"The wise man points to the stars and the fool sees only the finger - and discusses it 24/7 on cable."

The Worlds Battlefields, Man Created!!

Cluster Bomb 'Soon To Be Thing of The Past'

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On 3 December, more than 100 countries, including the UK, will sign a treaty banning cluster bombs.

As a result Britain, by law, will have to destroy more than 30 million explosives.

The UK does not have the facilities, so they are being exported to Germany for disposal.

"The wise man points to the stars and the fool sees only the finger - and discusses it 24/7 on cable."