War terror ejaculates in
U.S. & Iraq bedrooms
Not only were soldiers exposed to depleted uranium on and off
the battlefields, but they brought it home. DU in the semen of soldiers
internally contaminated their wives, partners and
girlfriends. Tragically, some women in their 20s and 30s who were sexual partners
of exposed soldiers developed endometriosis and
were forced to have hysterectomies because of health problems.
American Free Press has dropped a dirty bomb on the
Pentagon by reporting that eight out of 20 men who served in
one unit in the 2003 U.S. military offensive in Iraq now have
malignancies. That means that 40 percent of the soldiers in that unit
have developed malignancies in just 16 months.
In a group of 251 soldiers from a study group in
Mississippi who had all had normal babies before the first Gulf War,
67 percent of their post-war babies were born with severe birth
defects. They were born with missing legs, arms, organs or eyes or had immune
system and blood diseases. In some veteranfamilies now,
the only normal or healthy members of the family are the children born
before the war.
This Iraqi baby is deformed by depleted
uranium which U.S. soldiers are bringing home to America in their testicles.
Just 467 U.S. personnel were wounded in the three-week Persian Gulf
War in 1990-1991. Out of 580,400 soldiers who served in
Gulf War I, 11,000 are dead, and by 2000 there were
325,000 on permanent medical disability. This astounding number of disabled
vets means that a decade later, 56 percent of those
soldiers who served now have medical problems.
The number of disabled vets reported up to 2000
has been increasing by 43,000 every year. Brad Flohr of the Department of
Veterans Affairs told American Free Press that he
believes there are more disabled vets now than even after World War II.
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