Sunday, April 29, 2018

How Many People Have We Killed Because Of 9/11 ???

Here is an attempt to reveal the reality behind the lies we tell ourselves about the "war on terror":

“The Iraq Death Toll 15 Years After the U.S. Invasion” which I [Nicholas J.S. Davies] co-wrote with Medea Benjamin, estimates the death toll in Iraq as accurately and as honestly as we can in March 2018. Our estimate is that about 2.4 million people have probably been killed in Iraq as a result of the historic act of aggression committed by the U.S. and U.K. in 2003.

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There has been no attempt to conduct a serious mortality study in Afghanistan as there was in Iraq but using similar techniques to arrive at the body count in Iraq, Davies concludes that approximately 130,000 – 150,000 Afghan soldiers and police were killed. As for innocent civilians, the estimate is about 875,000 to have been killed since 2001, with a minimum of 640,000 and a maximum of 1.4 million.

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Final estimates using all data available leaves Davies to conclude that about 250,000 Libyans were killed in the war, violence and subsequent chaos that the U.S. and its allies unleashed in Libya in February 2011, and which continues to the present day. The maximum estimate of all deaths is 360,000.

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It is very hard going reading about the Syria report as the conflict is still raging. Contrary to reports you may have read, the real number of casualties when calculation methods in other conflicts are used, as many as 2 million people may well have been killed with Davies concluding that at least 1.5 million have been killed so far. Syria has a long way to go yet and no doubt the death toll will continue given the current trajectory.

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Davies concludes that the estimate of the true number of people killed in Somalia since 2006 must be somewhere between 500,000 and 850,000, with most likely about 650,000 violent deaths.

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He concludes that about 175,000 people have been killed – 15 times the numbers reported by the WHO and ACLED – with a minimum of 120,000 and a maximum of 240,000. Disease, starvation and other related deaths are spiralling out of control in Yemen with millions displaced and fighting a daily battle just for survival.

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Davies starts his conclusion with the sombre note that: “Altogether, in the three parts of this report, I have estimated that America’s post-9/11 wars have killed about 6 million people.  Maybe the true number is only 5 million. Or maybe it is 7 million. And the true number of people killed is most definitely not in the tens of thousands, as most of the general public in the U.S. and in the U.K. have been led to believe, according to opinion polls.

After 16 years of war, about 6 million violent deaths, 6 countries utterly destroyed and many more destabilized, it is urgent that the American public come to terms with the true human cost of our country’s wars and how we have been manipulated and misled into turning a blind eye to them.”

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As a footnote to this report it should be noted that combining these reports by Nicolas Davies with our own, that is, reporting on all direct and indirect fatalities as a result of war, pre and post-war sanctions, lack of facilities such as clean water and adequate hospital facilities, it is not hard to arrive at a number approaching 10 million dead.

We are the evil that we deplore.

You can read the details @

Few, if any, of the people we have killed had ANYTHING to do with 9/11. Most of them probably never even heard about the attacks. And yet we murdered them.

Yes ... MURDERED THEM. And for what? So we could bring democracy to their lands? If you believe that, you're nuts.

We waged aggressive war on these poor people, and continue to do so, to reshape the Middle East. The chief beneficiaries of this aggression and reshaping appear to be Israel and Saudi Arabia. If there were justice in this world, all of those responsible would be punished for war crimes.

But that will not happen until the Second Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Do you think He will thank us for killing these people ... or will He remove our names from the Book of Life? If you have ANY knowledge of the New Testament, you should know the answer to that question.

1 comment:

  1. Here is another shill proclaiming that it's all "worth it":

    He should be in a cell at The Hague, too.