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Busby: Enriched uranium weapons new battlefield horror

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The high court in London is to hear a case over the use of uranium-enhanced weapons by U.S.-led forces during the infamous Iraqi Battle of Fallujah in 2005. This, following a number of reports alleging their use was much more widespread than originally thought. RT talks to Christopher Busby, the co-author of two such reports and a visiting professor at the school of Biomedical Studies, the University of Ulster.

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Birth Defects Reveal Weapons-Grade Enriched Uranium Used in Fallujah, Iraq

Tim King Salem-News.com

Nothing like full-blown hypocrisy for a new national image.
Nukes at Fallujah
Zeroing in on Fallujah?

(SALEM) - "This was not depleted uranium, it was actually slightly enriched uranium, which was fairly astonishing, it was not something that we really expected, and it led us to believe that the modern military systems use a whole new set of weapons which contain or produce enriched uranium, for various reasons we're not entirely sure about."

Professor Chris Busby, from the School of Biomedical Science, University of Ulster, believes that the United States severely overstepped the boundaries of international law and is the likely suspect in the use of not just deadly depleted uranium, a growing subject in the world, but actual U-235 enriched weapons-grade uranium from a neutron bomb[1].

Those are the weapons that kill biological life but leave structures and landscape otherwise intact. You could call it the ultimate irony; discovering that illegal nuclear weapons were used in Fallujah, Iraq by the United States; the country that led the world down the trail of deceit by falsely declaring that Iraq had 'weapons of mass destruction'[2].

Nothing like full-blown hypocrisy for a new national image. And we thought the world already didn't like us, this new understanding will be life changing if it is half of what it seems to be.

Salem-News.com has reported the extraordinary rate of heart defects in Fallujah, and we have also reported the widespread problems in war torn countries connected to depleted uranium[3].

Now a new report from Bob Nichols published by Veterans Today exposes the dirty reality of this evolving story[4].

The story here is almost as obscene as the overall notion of attacking a country suspected of having nukes, with nukes; and if experts like Prof. Chris Busby are right, that is exactly what happened.

In the test results that are setting alarms off around the world, Prof. Busby explains that hair samples taken from the parents of 25 mothers and 25 fathers of children with heart defects in Fallujah were analyzed.

"We looked at 52 elements, all of the possible elements that could be in the hair, and we found high levels of strontium, calcium and aluminum and various innocuous substances, but what we did find was a high level of uranium."

Busby says children in Fallujah face, "Extraordinary high levels of cancer, extraordinarily high levels of birth defects, and a change in the sex ratio, the ratio of boys to girls, which appears to begin after the battle of Fallujah in 2004".

I was moved by the tone of Bob Nichols' article, it is terribly important information and it is no time for kid gloves.

By good fortune I have had the chance to speak at length on the telephone with this fascinating individual, whose history in this area of nuclear science is rich and steeped in relationships with the remaining scientists who developed the atomic bombs used in WWII.

More: http://salem-news.com/articles/november042011/nuke-weapons-bn.php?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Salem-news+%28Salem-News.com%29
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