Daily Archives: November 16, 2016

166,000 Nagasaki Bombs Of Depleted Uranium Ammunition A Day

CriminalGovernment

Uploaded on Dec 5, 2008

Nuclear

Invisible War – Depleted Uranium and the politics of radiation


Martin Meissonnier

Published on Oct 1, 2012

A film by Martin Meissonnier produced by Roger Trilling

Nuclear

Beyond Treason: The True Story of Depleted Uranium


TheAnswerto1984is

Uploaded on Aug 24, 2011

Nuclear

Depleted uranium ammunition blamed for rise in cancer rate in Iraq


currentsituation

Uploaded on Aug 29, 2009

Press TV, Baghdad

US ammunition blamed for Iraqi cancer hike – 12 Oct 09


Al Jazeera English

Uploaded on Oct 12, 2009

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Doctors in Iraq are recording a shocking rise in the number of cancer victims south of Baghdad. Sufferers in the province of Babil have risen by almost tenfold in just three years.

Locals blame depleted uranium from US military equipment used in the 2003 invasion. These cancer cases have spread fears among the locals, prompting them to demand an investigation.

In this part of Iraq, 500 cases of cancer were diagnosed in 2004. That figure rose to almost 1,000 two years later.

In 2008, the number of cases increased sevenfold to 7,000 diagnoses. This year, there have so far been more than 9,000 new cases … and the number is rising.

First Nations Indigenous Leader Kevin Hart: We Must Protect Our Sacred Sources of Life & Water


Democracy Now!

Published on Nov 16, 2016

http://democracynow.org – We discuss the negative impact oil pipelines have on water and the climate with Regional Chief Kevin Hart of the Assembly of First Nations, Manitoba, who is attending the United Nations climate summit in Marrakech. “You can see that north of the border, in Canada, that First Nations people, indigenous people, as well as peoples from all walks of life, color and creed, are having great concerns when it comes to the future of pipeline development, not only in Canada, but the United States.”

Indigenous Activist Zip-Tied & Locked in Dog Kennel for 6 Hours for Protesting Dakota Pipeline


Democracy Now!

Published on Nov 16, 2016

http://democracynow.org – In an update on police treatment of activists at the Standing Rock standoff, Tara Houska, national campaigns director for Honor the Earth, describes how she was “arrested for criminal trespass as I was leaving a peaceful demonstration and getting into my car on a public road.” She says police handcuffed her with zip ties and held her in a dog kennel for six hours without charging her with a crime. “After that, I was strip-searched and then thrown into jail and, finally, late, late that evening, was charged with a crime.”