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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Middle East Conflicts, Depleted Uranium, and Diabetes

The world must prepare for a dramatic rise in diabetes incidence amongst the people of Iraq, Lebanon, and Palestine, and amongst ground forces of invading armies as well, because the United States, the United Kingdom, and Israel, are leaders in stockpiling depleted uranium, and using it in their ammunition and missiles.

Depleted uranium is terrific for spreading death and fear within enemy ranks, because not only can it penetrate armor made of lead, but it catches fire easily as well. Fortunately, its use in war is not prohibited, so if you have the stuff, then you are free to use it. Best of all, it is not just cheap, but no more than a waste product of all forms of enriched uranium use. It costs a pile to store it, so firing it in to hostile territory makes great environmental sense!

No one is sure about the health risks of depleted uranium once it enters the human body. It is thought to cause things like cancer and diabetes, but published clinical trials are lacking. After all, who in their right minds would pay good money to find out what this nasty stuff can do?

However, I worry that charges against depleted uranium with respect to cancer and diabetes could be true. Civilians in Basra already show unusual spikes in incurable illnesses. U.S. soldiers, who were part of the first invasion force in Iraq, are also known to suffer.

Better watch out if you have a loved one in the invaded and bombed areas of the Middle East, or a member of the family who has fought there on the ground.

Let me know if you would like links to information from a Basra Hospital on serious illnesses before and after the invasion.

Oh by the way, old civilian aircraft also have depeleted uranium as trimmings-so try and stay out of the way if, God forbid, one crashes!


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