I'm a soldier who lost a leg in Iraq.
I came back home in darkness with so many bandages without anybody noticing us.
I have made a vow to myself to reveal the lies of those who stole my life.
Here is the truth they are trying to conceal from you
As casualties mount in Iraq, so has the monetary cost of the war. The military is now spending more than $5.8 billion each month, top officials told Congress this week.
The Army, with about 110,000 soldiers on the ground in Iraq, has a monthly "burn rate" of $4.7 billion.
The Air Force is spending about $800 million monthly.
The Marines, which are spearheading the fighting in Fallujah, had an average monthly war cost of $300 million
The US government uses lots of methods to reduce the number of victims:
Only American soldiers are counted into the statistics, and even in this category they don't give the exact numbers
And what if we knew that the US government gave thousands of non-Americans promises of a citizenship if they fight in Iraq
and what if we knew that The US government uses thousands of American, British, and other bounty killers who work for the "special security companies" for high salaries and the US government isn't responsible for their safety
Number of killed soldiers till now: 9,500
Number of wounded soldiers till now: 24,000
Number of deserters: 8,000
War cost till now:
Number of bounty killers in Iraq: 27,000
Number of bounty killers killed till now: 16,300
Iraqi daily average attacks: 80-90
And u can get a look on this information yourself using this link:
The Ultimate Deception?
By Jim Lampley
June 18, 2005
Press Reports on U.S. Casualties: About 17,000 Short, UPI Says
By Mark Benjamin, UPI
September 15, 2004
20,802 US Soldiers Heavily Wounded By Raed
November 24, 2004
Their Blood Is In Bush's Hand
Murder by Numbers
Mapping Death: Iraq War Fatalities: By day: By Country
March 20, 2003 - June 20, 2005
The Soldier's Heart
Iraq: The Uncounted
November 21, 2004
Stockpiling the Wounded from Iraq
Inside Walter Reed Hospital
By Nicole Colson
June 06, 2005
This was a very good read from a year ago.
The warmongers 'love' the troops, until they come home . . . damaged
By Doris H. Colmes
June 29, 2004