By Slow Burn -
How America Nukes Its Own Troops
What 'Support Our Troops' Really Means
Amy Worthington - The Idaho Observer
On March 30, an AP photo featured an American pro-war
activist holding a sign: "Nuke the evil scum, it
worked in 1945!" That's exactly what George Bush
has done. America's mega-billion dollar war in Iraq
has been indeed a NUCLEAR WAR.
Bush-Cheney have delivered upon 17 million Iraqis tons
of depleted uranium (DU) weapons, a "liberation"
gift that will keep on giving. Depleted uranium is a
component of toxic nuclear waste, usually stored at
secure sites. Handlers need radiation protection gear.
Over a decade ago, war-makers decided to incorporate
this lethal waste into much of the Pentagon's weaponry.
Navy ships carrying Phalanx rapid fire guns are capable
of firing thousands of DU rounds per minute.(1) Tomahawk
missiles launched from U.S. ships and subs are DU-tipped.(2)
The M1 Abrams tanks are armored with DU.(3) These and
British Challenger II tanks are tightly packed with
DU shells, which continually irradiate troops in or
near them.(4) The A-10 "tank buster" aircraft
fires DU shells at machines and people on the battlefield.(5)
DU munitions are classified by a United Nations resolution
as illegal weapons of mass destruction. Their use breaches
all international laws, treaties and conventions forbidding
poisoned weapons calculated to cause unnecessary suffering.
Ironically, support for our troops will extend well
beyond the war in Iraq. Americans will be supporting
Gulf War II veterans for years as they slowly and painfully
succumb to radiation poisoning. U.S and British troops
deployed to the area are the walking dead. Humans and
animals, friends and foes in the fallout zone are destined
to a long downhill spiral of chronic illness and disability.
Kidney dysfunction, lung damage, bloody stools, extreme
fatigue, joint pain, unsteady gait, memory loss and
rashes and, ultimately, cancer and premature death await
those exposed to DU.
Award-winning journalist Will Thomas wrote: "As
the last Gulf conflict so savagely demonstrated, GI
immune systems reeling from multiple doses of experimental
vaccines offer little defense against further exposure
to chemical weapons, industrial toxins, stress, caffeine,
insect repellent and radiation leftover from the last
war. This is a war even the victors will lose."(6)
When a DU shell is fired, it ignites upon impact. Uranium,
plus traces of plutonium and americium, vaporize into
tiny, ceramic particles of radioactive dust. Once inhaled,
uranium oxides lodge in the body and emit radiation
indefinitely. A single particle of DU lodged in a lymph
node can devastate the entire immune system according
to British radiation expert Roger Coghill.(7)
The Royal Society of England published data showing
that battlefield soldiers who inhale or swallow high
levels of DU can suffer kidney failure within days.(8)
Any soldier now in Iraq who has not inhaled lethal radioactive
dust is not breathing. In the first two weeks of combat,
700 Tomahawks, at a cost of $1.3 million each, blasted
Iraqi real estate into radioactive mushroom clouds.(9)
Millions of DU tank rounds liter the terrain. Cleanup
is impossible because there is no place on the planet
to put so much contaminated debris.
Bush Sr.'s Gulf War I was also a nuclear war. 320 tons
of depleted uranium were used against Iraq in 1991.(10)
A 1998 report by the U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances
confirms that inhaling DU causes symptoms identical
to those claimed by many sick vets with Gulf War Syndrome.(11)
The Gulf War Veterans Association reports that at least
300,000 Gulf War I vets have now developed incapacitating
illnesses.(12) To date, 209,000 vets have filed claims
for disability benefits based on service-connected injuries
and illnesses from combat in that war.(13)
Dr. Asaf Durakovic, a professor of nuclear medicine
at Georgetown University, is a former army medical expert.
He told nuclear scientists in Paris last year that tens
of thousands of sick British and American soldiers are
now dying from radiation they encountered during Gulf
War I. He found that 62 percent of sick vets tested
have uranium isotopes in their organs, bones, brains
and urine.(14) Laboratories in Switzerland and Finland
corroborated his findings.
In other studies, some sick vets were found to be expressing
uranium in even their semen. Their sexual partners often
complained of a burning sensation during intercourse,
followed by their own debilitating illnesses.(15)
Nothing compares to the astronomical cancer rates and
birth defects suffered by the Iraqi people who have
endured vicious nuclear chastisement for years.(16)
U.S. air attacks against Iraq since 1993 have undoubtedly
employed nuclear munitions. Pictures of grotesquely
deformed Iraqi infants born since 1991 are overwhelming.(17)
Like those born to Gulf War I vets, many babies born
to troops now in Iraq will also be afflicted with hideous
deformities, neurological damage and/or blood and respiratory
As an Army health physicist, Dr. Doug Rokke was dispatched
to the Middle East to salvage DU-contaminated tanks
after Gulf War I. His Geiger counters revealed that
the war zones of Iraq and Kuwait were contaminated with
up to 300 millirems an hour in beta and gamma radiation
plus thousands to millions of counts per minute in alpha
radiation. Rokke recently told the media: "The
whole area is still trashed. It is hotter than heck
over there still. This stuff doesn't go away."(19)
DU remains "hot" for 4.5 billion years. Radiation
expert Dr. Helen Caldicott confirms that the dust-laden
winds of DU-contaminated war zones "will remain
effectively radioactive for the rest of time."(20)
The murderous dust storms which ensnared coalition troops
during the first few days of the current invasion are
sure to have significant health consequences.
Rokke and his cleanup team were issued only flimsy dust
masks for their dangerous work. Of the 100 people on
Rokke's decontamination team, 30 have already "dropped
dead." Rokke himself is ill with radiation damage
to lungs and kidneys. He has brain lesions, skin pustules,
chronic fatigue, continual wheezing and painful fibromyalgia.
Rokke warns that anyone exposed to DU should have adequate
respiratory protection and special coveralls to protect
their clothing because, he says, you can't get uranium
particles off your clothing.
The U.S. military insists that DU on the battlefield
is not a problem. Colonel James Naughton of the U.S.
Army Material Command recently told the BBC that complaints
about DU "had no medical basis."(21) The military's
own documents belie this. A 1993 Pentagon document warned
that "when soldiers inhale or ingest DU dust they
incur a potential increase in cancer risk."(22)
A U.S. Army training manual requires anyone who comes
within 25 meters of DU-contaminated equipment to wear
respiratory and skin protection.(23) The U.S. Army Environmental
Policy Institute admitted: "If DU enters the body,
it has the potential to generate significant medical
consequences."(24) The Institute also stated that,
if the troops were to realize what they had been exposed
to, "the financial implications of long-term disability
payments and healthcare costs would be excessive."(25)
For pragmatic reasons, DOD chooses to lie and deny.
Dr. Rokke confirms that the Pentagon lies about DU dangers
and is criminally negligent for neglecting medical attention
needed by DU-contaminated vets. He predicts that the
numbers of American troops to be sickened by DU from
Gulf War II will be staggering.(26) As they gradually
sicken and suffer a slow burn to their graves, the Pentagon
will, as it did after Gulf War I, deny that their misery
and death is a result of their tour in Iraq.
Dr. Rokke's candor has cost him his career. Likewise,
Dr. Durakovic's radiation studies on Gulf War I vets
were not popular with U.S. officials. Dr. Durakovic
was reportedly told his life was in danger if he continued
his research. He left the U.S. to continue his research
Naive young coalition soldiers now in Iraq are likely
unaware of how deadly their battlefield environment
is. Gulf War I troops were kept in ignorance. Soldiers
handled DU fragments and some wore these lethal nuggets
around their necks. A DU projectile emits more radiation
in five hours than allowed in an entire year under civilian
radiation exposure standards. "We didn't know any
better," Kris Kornkven told Nation magazine. "We
didn't find out until long after we were home that there
even was such a thing as DU."(28)
George Bush's ongoing war in Afghanistan is also a nuclear
war. Shortly after 9-11, the U.S. announced it would
stockpile tactical nuclear weapons including small neutron
bombs, nuclear mines and shells suited to commando warfare
in Afghanistan.(29) In late September, 2001, Bush and
Russian president Vladimir Putin agreed that the U.S.
would use tactical nuclear weapons in Afghanistan while
Putin would employ nuclear weapons against the Chechnyans.(30)
Describing the Pentagon's B-61-11 burrowing nuke bomb,
George Smith writes in the Village Voice: "Built
ram tough with a heavy metal casing for smashing through
the earth and concrete, the B-61 explodes with the force
of an estimated 340,000 tons of TNT. It is lots of bang
for the buck, literally two apocalypse bombs in one,
a boosted plutonium firecracker called the primary and
a heavy hydrogen secondary for that good old-fashioned
Drought-stricken Afghanistan's underground water supply
is now contaminated by these nuclear weapons.(32) Experts
with the Uranium Medical Research Center report that
urine samples of Afghanis show the highest level of
uranium ever recorded in a civilian population. Afghani
soldiers and civilians are reported to have died after
suffering intractable vomiting, severe respiratory problems,
internal bleeding and other symptoms consistent with
radiation poisoning. Dead birds still perched in trees
are found partially melted with blood oozing from their
Afghanistan's new president, Hamid Karzai, is a puppet
installed by Washington. Under the protection of American
soldiers, Karzai's regime is setting a new record for
opium production. Both UN and U.S. reports confirm that
the huge Afghani opium harvest of 2002 makes Afghanistan
the world's leading opium producer.(34) Thanks to nuclear
weapons, Afghanistan is now safe for the Bush-Cheney
narcotics industry.(35) ABC News asserts that keeping
the "peace" in Afghanistan will require decades
of allied occupation.(36) For years to come, "peacekeepers"
will be eating, drinking and breathing the "hot"
carcinogenic pollution they have helped the Pentagon
inflict upon that nation for organized crime.
As governor of Arkansas during the Iran-Contra era,
Bill Clinton laundered $multi-millions in cocaine profits
for then vice-president George Bush Sr.(37) As a partner
in the Bush family's notorious crime machine, President
Clinton committed U.S. troops to NATO's campaign in
the Balkans, a prime heroin production and trans-shipment
area. DOD's campaign to control and reorganize the drug
trade there for the Bush mafia was yet another nuclear
For years, the U.S. and NATO fired DU missiles, bullets
and shells across the Balkans, nuking the peoples of
Serbia, Bosnia and Kosovo. As DU munitions were slammed
into chemical plants, the environment became hideously
toxic, also endangering the peoples of Albania, Macedonia,
Greece, Italy, Austria and Hungary. By 1999, UN investigators
reported that an estimated 12 tons of DU had caused
irreparable damage to the Yugoslavian environment, with
agriculture, livestock and air water, and public health
all profoundly damaged.(38)
Scientists confirm that citizens of the Balkans are
excreting uranium in their urine.39 In 2001, a Yugoslavian
pathologist reported that hundreds of Bosnians have
died of cancer from NATO's DU bombardment.(40) Many
NATO peacekeepers in the Balkans now suffer ill health.
Their leukemias, cancers and other maladies are dubbed
the "Balkans Syndrome." Richard Coghill predicts
that DU weapons used in Balkans campaign will result
in at least 10,000 cases of fatal cancer.(41)
U.S. citizens at home are also paying a heavy price
for criminal militarism gone mad. DOD is a pollution
monster. The General Accounting Office (GAO) found 9,181
dangerous military sites in USA that will require $billions
to rehabilitate. The GAO reports that DOD has been both
slothful and deceitful in its clean-up obligations.(42)
The Pentagon is now pressing Congress to exempt it from
all environmental laws so that it may pollute and poison
free from liability.(43)
The Navy uses prime fishing grounds off the coast of
Washington state to test fire DU ammunition. In January,
Washington State Rep. Jim McDermott chastised the Navy:
"On one hand you have required soldiers to have
DU safety training and to wear protective gear when
handling DU...and submarines must stay clear of DU-contaminated
waters. These policies indicate there is cause for concern....On
the other hand the Department of Defense has repeatedly
denied that DU poses any danger whatsoever. There has
been no remorse about leaving tons of DU equipment in
the soil in foreign countries, and there appears to
be no remorse about leaving it in the waters of your
DU has been used in military practice maneuvers in Indiana,
Florida, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Maryland and Puerto
Rico. After the Navy tested DU weaponry on the Puerto
Rican island of Vieques, one third of the island's population
developed serious illness. Many people show high levels
of uranium in their bodies. Hundreds have filed a class
action suit against the Navy for $100 million, claiming
DU contamination has caused widespread cancers.(45)
The Navy's Fallon Naval Air Station near Fallon, Nevada,
is a quagmire of 26 toxic waste sites. It is also a
target practice zone for DU bombs and missiles. Area
residents report bizarre illnesses, including 17 children
who have contracted leukemia within five years. A survey
of groundwater in the Fallon area showed nearly half
of area wells are contaminated with radioactive materials.(46)
The materials for DU weaponry have been processed mainly
at three nuclear plants in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee,
where workers handling uranium contaminated with plutonium
have suffered for decades with cancers and debilitating
maladies similar to Gulf War Syndrome.(47)
Emboldened by power-grabbing successes made possible
by his administration's devious 9-11 project, President
Bush asserts that the U.S. has the right to attack any
nation it deems a potential threat. He told West Point
in 2002, "If we wait for threats to fully materialize,
we will have waited too long."(48) Thus, it is
certain that Bush-Cheney future pre-emptive nuclear
wars are lined up like idling jets on a runway. Both
Cheney's Halliburton Corp. and the Bush family's Carlyle
Group are profiteers in U.S. defense contracts, so endless
war is just good business.(49)
The Washington Post reported that the Pentagon will
create special nuclear weapons for use on North Korea's
underground nuclear facilities.(50) Next August, U.S.
war makers will meet to consolidate plans for a new
generation of "mini," "micro" and
"tiny" nuclear bombs and bunker busters. These
will be added to the U.S. arsenal perhaps for use against
non-nuclear third-world nations such as Iran, Syria,
The solution? Americans must stop electing ruthless
criminals to rule this nation. We must convince fellow
citizens that villains like Saddam Hussein are made
in the U.S. as rationale for endless corporate war profits.
Saddam was placed in power by the CIA.(52) For years
U.S. government agencies, under auspices of George Bush
Sr., supplied him with chemical and biological weapons.(53)
Our national nuclear laboratories, along with Unisys,
Dupont and Hewlett-Packard, sold Saddam materials for
his nuclear program.(54) Dick Cheney was CEO of Halliburton
in the late 90s when its subsidiaries signed $73 million
in new contracts to further supply Saddam.(55) The wicked
villain of Iraq was nurtured for decades as a cash-cow
by U.S. military-industrial piranhas.
If America truly supports its troops, it must stop sending
them into nuclear holocaust for the enrichment of thugs.
Time is running out. If the DU-maniacs at the Pentagon
and their coven of nuclear arms peddlers are not harnessed,
America will have no able-bodied fighting forces left.
All people of the earth will become grossly ill, hideously
deformed and short- lived. We must succeed in the critical
imperative to face reality and act decisively. Should
we fail, there will be no place to hide from Bush-Cheney's
merciless nuclear orgies yet to come or from the inevitable
nuclear retaliation these orgies will surely breed.
1."DOD Launches Depleted Uranium
Training," Linda Kozaryn, American Forces Press
2."Nukes of the Gulf War,"John Shirley, Zess@aol.com.
See this article in archives at www.gulfwarvets.com.
3. BBC News, "US To Use Depleted Uranium,"
March 18, 2003; U.S. General Accounting Office, Operation
Desert Storm: "Early Performance Assessment of
Bradley and Abrams," 1-2-92.
4."Nukes of the Gulf War," op. cit.
6. "Invading Hiroshima," William Thomas, 2-4-2003,
7. "US Shells Leave Lethal Legacy," Toronto
Star, July 31, 1999; also "Radiation Tests for
Peacekeepers in the Balkans Exposed to Depleted Uranium,"
8. "Depleted Uranium May Stop Kidneys In Days,"
Rob Edwards, New Scientist.com, 3-12-02; also "Uranium
Weapons Too Hot to Handle," Rob Edwards, New Scientist.co.uk,
9. "Navy Seeks Cash for More Tomahawks," David
Rennie in Washington, Telegraph Group Limited, 1-4-03,
10. "Going Nuclear in Iraq--DU Cancers Mount Daily,"
Ramzi Kysia, CounterPunch.org, 12-31-01.
11."Depleted Uranium Symptoms Match US Report As
Fears Spread," Peter Beaumont, The Observer (UK)
12. "Gulf War Illnesses Affect 300,000 Vets,"
Ellen Tomson, Pioneer Press, www.pioneerplanet.com.
See also American Gulf War Veterans Association at www.gulfwarvets.com.
13. "2 of Every 5 Gulf War Vets Are On Disability:
209,000 Make VA Claims," World Net Daily, 1-28-03,
14. "Research on Sick Gulf Vets Revisited, "New
York Times, 1-29-01; "Tests Show Gulf War Victims
Have Uranium Poisoning," Jonathon Carr-Brown and
Martin Meissonnier, The Sunday Times (UK) 9-3-02.
15. "Catastrophe: Ill Gulf Vets Contaminated Partners
With DU," The Halifax Herald Limited, Clare Mellor,
2-09-01. This article is available in archives at www.rense.com.
16. "Iraqi Cancer, Birth Defects Blamed on US Depleted
Uranium," Seattle Post- Intelligencer, 11-12-02;
"US Depleted Uranium Yields Chamber of Horrors
in Southern Iraq, Andy Kershaw, The Independent (London)
17. "The Environmental and Human Health Impacts
of the Gulf War Region with Special References to Iraq,"
Ross Mirkarimi, The Arms Control Research Centre, May
1992. See also Gulf War Syndrome Birth Defects in Iraq
18. "The Tiny Victims of Desert Storm, Has Our
Country Abandoned Them?," Life Magazine, November
1995; "Birth Defects Killing Gulf War Babies,"
Los Angeles Times, 11-14-94; "Depleted Uranium,
The Lingering Poison," Alex Kirby, BBC News Online,
19. "Depleted Uranium, A Killer Disaster,"
Travis Dunn, Disaster News.net, 12-29-02.
20. San Francisco Chronicle, 10-10-02.
21. "US To Use Depleted Uranium," BBC News,
22. "Depleted Uranium Symptoms Match US Report
As Fears Spread," Peter Beaumont, The Observer
23. "Iraqi Cancer, Birth Defects Blamed on US Depleted
Uranium," Seattle Post- Intelligencer, 11-12-02.
24. "US To Use Depleted Uranium," BBC News,
25. US Army Environmental Policy Institute: Health and
Environmental Consequences of Depleted Uranium in the
U.S. Army, Technical Report, June 1995.
26. "Pentagon Depleted Uranium No Health Risk,"
Dr. Doug Rokke, 3-15-03; also "The Terrible, Tragic
Toll of Depleted Uranium," Address by Dr. Rokke
before congressional leaders in Washington, D.C.,12-30-02;
also "Gulf War Casualties," Dr. Doug Rokke,
27."Tests Show Gulf War Victims Have Uranium Poisoning,"
Sunday Times (UK), Jonathon Carr-Brown and Martin Meissonnier,
28. "The Pentagon's Radioactive Bullet: An Investigative
Report," Bill Mesler, The Nation, 5-28-99, see
29. "Tactical Nukes Deployed In Afghanistan,"
World Net Daily, 10-7-01. 30. Ibid.
31. "The B-61 Bomb,The Burrowing Nuke" George
Smith,VillageVoice.com 12-29-02.; also "Bunker-busting
US Tactical Nuclear Bombs, Nowhere to Hide," Kennedy
Grey, Wired.com, 10-9-01.
32."Perpetual Death From America," Mohammed
Daud Miraki, Afghan-American Interviews, 2-24-03; also
"Dying of Thirst," Fred Pearce, New Scientist,
34. "Afghanistan Displaces Myanmar as Top Heroin
Producer," Agence France-Presse, 3-01-03. This
article is at www.copvcia.com.;also "Opium Trade
Flourishing In the `New Afghanistan,'" Reuters,
35. "The Bush-Cheney Drug Empire," Michael
C. Ruppert, Nexus Magazine, February-March 2000; The
Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug
Trade, Alfred W. McCoy, Lawrence Hill & Co., revised
edition due May 2003; Drugging of America, Rodney Stich,
Diablo Western Press, 1999; "Blood for Oil, Drugs
for Arms," Bob Djurdjevic, Truth In Media, April
2000, www.truthinmedia.org. 36. ABC News, February 27,
37. Compromised, Clinton Bush and the CIA, Terry Reed
and John Cummings, S.P.I. Books, 1994; The Clinton Chronicles
and The Mena Cover-up, Citizens for Honest Government,
1996; "The Crimes of Mena, Grey Money," Ozark
Gazette, 1995 (see www.copvcia.com.)
38. "Damage to Yugoslav Environment is Immense,
Says a UN Report," Bob Djurdjevic, 7-4-99, truthinmedia.org.
This report was submitted to the UN Security Council
on June 9, 1999; also, "New Depleted Uranium Study
Shows Clear Damage," BBC News,8-28-99; also "NATO
Issued Warning About Toxic Ammo," Associated Press,
39. CounterPunch.org, 12-28-01.
40. "Hundreds Died of Cancer After DU Bombing--Doctor,"
41."Depleted Uranium Threatens Balkan Cancer Epidemic,"
BBC News, 7-30-99.
42. "Many Defense Sites Still Hazardous,"
Associated Press, 9-24-02; also Old US Weapons Called
Hidden Danger, Los Angeles Times, 11-25-02.
43. "Pentagon Seeks Freedom to Pollute Land, Air
and Sea," Andrew Gumbel in L.A., 3-13-03, Independent
Digital (UK) Ltd.
44. "Radioactive DU Ammo Is Tested in Fish Areas,"
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1-11-03; Letter from Rep.
McDermott to Department of the Navy: see "Navy
Fired DU Rounds Into Waters Off Coast of Washington,"
45."Cancer Rates Soar From US Military Use of DU
On `Enchanted Island,'" www.telegraph.co.uk, 2-5-01;
also "Navy Shells With Depleted Uranium Fired in
Puerto Rico," Fox News Online, 5-28-99.
46. "The Fallon, NV Cancer Cluster And a US Navy
Bombing," Jeffrey St. Clair, CounterPunch.org,
47. "DU Shells Are Made of A Potentially Lethal
Cocktail of Nuclear Waste," Jonathon Carr-Brown,
48. "Preventative War Sets Perilous Precedent,"
Helen Thomas, Hearst Newspapers, 3-20-03.
49. PIGS at the Trough, Arriana Huffington, Random House,
2003 (New York Times best seller.); also "The Best
Enemies Money Can Buy, From Hitler to Saddam Hussein
to Osama bin Laden Insider Connections and the Bush
Family's Partnership With Killers of Americans;"
Mike Ruppert, From the Wilderness,10-10-01; also "Bush
Sr.'s Carlyle Group Gets Fat on War and Conflict,"
Jamie Doward, The Observer (UK), 3-25-03; also "Halliburton
Wins Contract for Iraq Oil Firefighting, Reuters, 3-7-03;
also "Cashing In-Fortunes in Profits Await Bush
Circle After Iraq War, Andrew Gumbel, The Independent
(London) 9-15-02; also "War Could Be Big Business
for Halliburton," Reuters, 3-23-03.
50. "Pentagon Seeks a Nuclear Digger," Washington
Post, March 10, 2003.
51. "Remember: Bush Planed Iraq War Before Taking
Office," Neil Mackay, The Sunday Herald (UK) 3-27-03;
also "US Mini-Nukes Alarm Scientists," The
Guardian (UK) 4-18-01; also "US Nuclear First-Strike
Plan--It Keeps Getting Scarier, Jeffrey Steinberg, Executive
Intelligence Review, 2-24-03.
52. Wall Street Journal, 8-16-90: The CIA supported
the Baath Party and installed Hussein as Iraqi dictator
53. "United States Dual-Use Exports to Iraq and
Their Impact on the Health of Persian Gulf War Veterans,"
Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs,
1992, 1994; "U.S. Had Key Role in Iraq Buildup,"
Washington Post, 12-30-02.
54. "US Government, 24 US Corps Illegally Helped
Iraq Build Its WMD," Hugh Williamson in Berlin,
Financial Times, 12-19-02; "Full List of US Weapons
Suppliers To Iraq," Anu de Monterice, email@example.com,
55. Huffington, op. cit.
Amy Worthington is a reporter for The Idaho Observer
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