December 20, 1983 Donald Rumsfeld, as
special envoy to President Reagan, sold Saddam
Hussein the infamous Weapons of Mass
Destruction. (see news article below)
Nearly half of the 697,000 Gulf War I Veterans are now ill and why over 200,000 of those servicemen/women have requested disability, but have received no adequate diagnosis or treatment, from either the Department of Defense (DOD), or Veteran’s Affairs. (1)
On April 25, the British Observer quoted military sources as affirming that depleted uranium shells and bombs used by U.S. and British troops during the March Iraq invasion were five times more than the number used during 1991 Gulf war.
He asserted that three soldiers who suffered these symptoms did not respond to medical treatment in Iraqi hospitals and were flown to Washington for medication.
U.S. officials did not come up with an explanation for the symptoms -- NATO experts tend to believe result from direct exposure nuclear radiations of the sophisticated B-2 bombs used in the war in the vicinity of Baghdad airport.
NATO experts measured levels of radioactive pollution in Iraq and confirmed there were levels of radioactive pollution with destructive impacts on man and environment that may lead to risks suffered by generations to come.
The British have been performing ongoing studies in their Gulf War vets and found that their chromosomes have been damaged from exposure to toxins while serving in that war.
Essentially, what this means to future generations, is that the exposure to these toxins is actually mutating the human species!
We have Gulf War vets sick in record numbers and their wives complaining about illnesses, while their children are born with birth defects and continue to develop unexplained anomalies.
The current location of these infamous WMD is in the lungs and blood streams
of our veterans who served in the Gulf War and in the bodies of our U.S.
soldiers deployed to Iraq today.
Our troops in Iraq are being exposed to these poisons which have been left
in the air and the soil of that war torn nation over these past twelve
The DoD directive 6490.3 policies 4.7 and 4.8 specifically state that a serum repository and a 'comprehensive' exam pre and post deployment be performed.
You do not
need a medical degree to know that a questionnaire does not substitute for a
Our soldiers in Iraq are already suffering from 'mystery illness' and they will return home as our future veterans being faced with spending decades fighting an uphill battle to gain their legitimate VA compensation for the illness related to their military deployment.
We can't go back and collect the samples on our soldiers who have already been deployed, but we can make sure that our troops stationed in the USA today receive the mandated exams.
By the way why do we need a law in order to give our troops the best America has to offer?
© March 2003
Diseases Haunt U.S. Troops In Iraq
DoD Instruction 6490.3
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Wire | 03/25/2003 | House member says Pentagon breaking
Fresno Bee news article submitted by: Toode1205
edited by: Simi456
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