AMERICA, WHERE IS YOUR OUTRAGE?
3 YEARS IN IRAQ -
Over 100,000 Kids Killed
VIDEO OF OUTRAGE
By Jay Shaft-
Editor of Coalition For Free Thought In Media
This is a video I made to show the price of three years of occupation by US-Coalition forces in Iraq.
100,000 children have been killed or died as a result of disease, bad water, starvation and lack of medical care.
150,000 deaths have been reported by like Christian Peacemakers Team, Red Cross, UNICEF, UNESCO, Catholic Relief Workers,
and many other humanitarian groups. Some groups estimate that there have been between 200-300,000 total civilian deaths since
March 19, 2003.
"Obviously, every day I pray there is less casualty, but I know what we are doing in Iraq is right."
George. W. Bush Fort Hood, Texas, Apr. 11, 2004
THE TIME HAS COME WHEN SILENCE IS BETRAYAL AND MURDER!
IT IS UP TO EVERY AMERICAN WITH A CONSCIENCE TO HELP PUT A STOP TO ANY MORE KILLING AND MAIMING OF INNOCENTS!
one person is murder, but killing 100,000 has become accepted US foreign policy."
- Jay Shaft
a tendency to encourage a depressing view of war."
Please read my article on the situation
for a more detailed explanation and overview.
When Silence Becomes Betrayal
Iraqi Children Paying
High Price for Freedom: Thousands are Dying, Thousands are Dead!
Since the US invaded Iraq on 3/20/03 at least 50000-100000 civilians have been killed. A great majority of those casualties
have been women and children.
Also see Iraq Body Count for recorded incidents and estimates of all casualties. I cannot
emphasize it enough that they only report the 37,774 casualties that were reported in the news. For every one that is reported
there are an estimated 5-10 people who never get their deaths noted or recognized.
"Where is their justice? Where is their freedom? Who will speak for the innocents in Iraq? Who will speak for all
the children who will never grow up to see the promised democracy and freedom?"
- Jay Shaft
and identified victims of the war in Iraq: A Memorial, February 2006
Almost since the beginning of our project, concerned individuals and citizen's groups have drawn attention to Iraqi victims
of the war in public readings and displays using names compiled by Iraq Body Count (IBC). These lists have been based on media
reported civilian deaths and an on-the-ground survey conducted in 2003 by CIVIC.
There is no organised effort to name all
victims of the war. Only when all have been identified and duly recorded can there be any talk of respecting their memory.
those who knew and loved them, and are in no need of reminding, we offer our condolences.
"Every nation has its war
party. It is not the party of democracy. It is the party of autocracy. It seeks to dominate absolutely... Before the war is
ended, the war party assumes the divine right to denounce and silence all opposition to war as unpatriotic and cowardly."
Robert M. La Follette
"The worst crimes were dared by a few, willed by more and tolerated by all."
and democracy become unholy when their hands are dyed red with innocent blood."
of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act."
"The worst barbarity
of war is that it forces men collectively to commit acts against which individually they would revolt with their whole being."
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