Thursday, April 12, 2007

The Mini Holocaust

The methodology used in the Lancet study estimating deaths in Iraq was found to be sound by British scientists. The Lancet study estimated over 600,000 deaths in Iraq due to the war.

So, we now have confirmation that a mini-Holocaust has taken place, with deaths reaching more than 10% of the Jewish deaths in the Holocaust. All these deaths were caused by an aggressive, unwarranted and unprovoked attack on another country.

Sounds like a war crimes trials are in order once this is all over.

UK government experts quietly backed the methods used by scientists who concluded last October that more than 600,000 Iraqis had been killed in violence since the 2003 invasion. The government had publicly rejected the findings, published in The Lancet. But documents obtained by BBC showed advisers had concluded that the controversial study relied on sound methods and called the research “robust.” Yet shortly after the findings were published, the government said the figure was not anywhere near accurate.



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