"Fierce unrelenting attacks by Iraqi Resistance forced American troops to vacate Ramadi on the 20th of February, leaving behind the bodies of many of their comrades hastily buried in mass graves."
Dear Mr. Patriot
Posted October 20, 2004
American soldiers are dying like dogs in the desert. The media says 1000 have died, but it’s more like ‘thousands’. Sixteen
dead bodies were recently found in a mass grave in Falluja, and another larger mass grave was found in the province of Ramadi, where the U.S. occupation forces had once located a military base. Fierce unrelenting attacks by
forced American troops to vacate Ramadi on the 20th of February, leaving behind the bodies of many of their comrades hastily buried in mass graves. They are not counted as dead, but are considered missing in action.
The Pentagon has reported 1,019 dead and 7,245 wounded in Iraq. The military has actually evacuated 16,765 service members from Iraq and Afghanistan for injuries and ailments not directly related to combat, according to the U.S. Transportation Command. Most are from Operation Iraqi Freedom. That’s a total of 24,010 Americans evacuated with ailments wounds and injuries, but this is nothing compared to the mass murder being carried out against the Iraqi people.
In the past two years the Bush administration has killed over 100,000 innocent men, women, and children in Afghanistan and Iraq in the name of Democracy and freedom, with well over 500,000 wounded. America is also using food and water as weapons in Iraq, causing thousands
of men, women, and children to starve to death each month.
In the commission of multiple war crimes the Bush administration has compromised every ideal embodied in the
United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the ‘Conventions Against Torture’, the ‘Hague Conventions’, and the ‘Geneva Conventions’. As a result of this wanton killing of innocents, hatred
for America is on the rise and terrorism is increasing.
As long as companies like Bechtel and Halliburton and men like Bush and Cheney continue to exploit the Iraqi people and leave them but two choices; to live under occupation and enslavement by America, or die fighting that system which enslaves them, there will be endless war.
Bush has promised to, “export death and violence to the four corners of the earth", but war and killing will only breed hatred and more war and killing. Bush and
Cheney's way is the wrong way. It's against Christianity, the U.S. Constitution, humanity, and it's against the earth. Americans must wake up. This path of war and death, which has been chosen for them, can only
lead to their own destruction, in the same way it ended for Napoleon’s France and Hitler’s Germany.
Bush’s bombing of Iraq and Afghanistan with over 1000 metric tons of DU weapons, made from the deadly U238-isotope - America’s nuclear waste - is probably the most egregious war crime ever committed. According to a UN Sub Commission report, cancer in Iraq has increased 1000%, and deformities 600%, childhood leukemia and spontaneous abortions have become commonplace. Depleted Uranium has rendered Iraqi lands infertile, entered the food chain, and contaminated the ground water. With a half-life of 4.5 billion years the Uranium 238 dropped on Iraq by Bush and his father has left much of the country permanently unfit for human habitation.
This is how Bush intends to bring democracy to the world, by killing tens of thousands if not millions of people and
irradiating the planet. It’s time for Americans, and particularly Bush supporters, to stop the flag waving and wake up from the patriotic fantasies. America will never bring freedom and democracy to Iraq through mass murder and the commission of war crimes.
The Iraq of Bush’s creation is a hell on earth, a world of women and children mutilated by bomb fragments, roaring jets and helicopters, screaming artillery shells, and explosions as Iraqi homes are obliterated. Gunfire fills the air. American snipers using Israeli techniques are killing women and children, drowning Iraq in a sea of blood. The survivors of the daily bombings and shootings live in terror. The crying of women and children can be heard everywhere along with the crying of babies who have seen their mothers' bodies ripped apart in the name Democracy.
After more than a year U.S. Armed Forces have been unable to take Fallujah. The Iraqi people are fighting off the American invaders with increasing heroism. Against all odds, against planes, tanks, artillery, and a 150,000-man army, the determined Iraqi patriots are fighting to protect their homeland and their families.
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