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23 March 2008

Does U.S. have right to accuse China of Tibet?

From last week until early in the next month would mark 5th anniversary of the major combat of the Iraq War.

There was a demonstration march to call for the U.S to end the war in Tokyo. The city also had a march to call for China to end the oppression against Tibet.

Japan's position is kind of complicated for the both issues. Japan helped your country with the war and occupation in Iraq sending troops there.

As for China,  we invaded China in the past and currently we have been having controvesy over historical issues with them, such as how to acknowledge Nanking Massacre, and PM's Yausukuni shirine visits. It is just like Germany's position in Palestinean issues with Israel. Well, Germans have made up their mind to admit their faults. But we haven't done it enough.

American politicians criticize China for oppressing Tibetan. But I want to say, what about the U.S. for what they have done to Iraqis!

Tens of thousands of civilians were killed. Proportion of one out of 6 Iraqi have become refugees. They live lives without clean water, electricity and safety. You might insist Iraqi were liberated from tyranny like Hussein. But after Hussein, what is left is anarchism, division of the nation, and worsening the security.

American army dumped depleted uranium weapons that are very hazardous to human bodies with high level of radioactive. Iraqi were worried whenver they give birth to a child as if they get a defective baby.   

Hussein was a monstrous dictator but he could at least maintain the minimum infrastructure for his people's lives. The U.S. never thought of what to do after Hussein regime was toppled. That is totally different from the U.S. occupation strategy of Japan and Germany. There was no strategy for Iraq.

Please think of your own problems before accusing others of human rights violation. Not only things related to Iraq, but also domestic ones such as health insurance, poverty and etc. Your government is not so different from Arabic dictators who use anti-Israel and anti-U.S. propaganda to distract attention from their own citizens who are frustrated with poverty and inequality of the society.


P.S. I am writing a novel on this blog that points out the above issues. If you read the story and learn the things you have to be aware of.   


The comment about Depleted Uranium is false

American army dumped depleted uranium weapons that are very hazardous to human bodies with high level of radioactive.

First no one dumped depleted uranium -- and there are no "depleted uranium weapons" -

they also are not hazardous, let alone "very hazaradous" to human bodies and they do not have "a high level of radioactive" -- depleted uranium, practically pure U238, is such a low level "radioactive substance" that the International Atomic Energy has given it an unlimited quantity for a lethal dose. That means that unless it actually hits you and squashes you that it won't kill you.

Iraqi were worried whenver they give birth to a child as if they get a defective baby

DU has not caused a single birth defect. It has been accused because it is convenient to blame
DU even though there is a 100 years of medical study of uranium miners and their families and no birth defects have been observed as being attributed to uranium.

This entire posting has perpetutated the myth that began with Saddam Hussein and Slobadan Milosevich's regime's propaganda. It never was true then and it is not true now and there has been substantial international scientific research to prove the myth to be nothing more than a myth, yet it continues to live in the world wide web.

Learn about uranium; learn about DU - go to www.depletedcranium.com and go to the URL linked to my name at DUStory in Yahoo Groups.

Posted by: Roger | 23 March 2008

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