Thursday, November 10, 2005

U.S. illegally Napalms Civilians in Fallujah

Photo: Nick Ut's photograph of Kim Phuk age 9 running to escape death in 1972 after being struck with napalm. An image that may have changed the course of the Vietnam War.

The U.S. has since 1980 made it illegal to napalm civilians.

In Fallujah they broke that self imposed law.

Civilian victims of napalm in the hundreds died in Fallujah, even those waving white flags.

Faces melted away, clothes still intact, enabling observers to distinguish combatent individuals from non-combatent.

The following documentary can and most likely will disturb as it contains images of a very graphic nature, but deserves to be seen as the truth deserves to come out. If only to prevent any further atrocities.

You can see the documentary here

Peace and Hope



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