White Phosphorus – is Another World Really Possible in Iraq?

Another World is Possible in Iraq. Not often heard are some voices of peace cried out from people who’s lives are destroyed by occupying forces. Those who are intent on creating divides among people of the world use bigotry, and prejudice, as guises to justify their inhumane actions while embezzling resources.

Occupier occupied is a collection of studies documenting dissenting voices from a generation of people deeply affected by injustices levied by weak men, far removed from their victims. These studies dispel some occupiers propaganda which suggests that these people are all terrorists and gives back a microphone to a collection of voices never heard, only sanitized. Fallujah White Phosphorus.

Fallujah, Iraq. This documentary shows that weapons of mass destruction were used by George W. Bush and the American government military against a country unable to feed itself, who is desperately trying to survive against insurmountable odds, yet in violation to international law, the American gunslinger George W. Bush lashes out with perhaps a most atrocious weapon of mass destruction any one human could suffer. This documentary provides evidence that if put before a jury, George W. Bush would be convicted to a death penalty in his own country!

Was white phosphorus used on Iraqi civilians during an invasion of Iraq by the United States military in 2003 and beyond? White phosphorus is a colorless, white, or yellow waxy solid with a garlic like odor. It does not occur naturally, but is manufactured from phosphate rocks.

White phosphorus reacts rapidly with oxygen, easily catching fire at temperatures ten to fifteen degrees above room temperature. White phosphorus is used by the United States military in various types of ammunition, and to produce smoke for concealing troop movements and identifying targets. There have been many allegations of white phosphorus use in Iraq.

Do you think it is possible white phosphorus was used on Iraqi’s during an American invasion?