The Unspoken Holocaust
Millions of civilians have died as a direct and indirect result of US and NATO-lead actions in foreign countries, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Korea, and Indochina (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia) has resulted in an estimated 6 million plus civilian deaths.
Concern is typically reserved for US troops and the other casualties and deaths virtually ignored. No monuments, no headlines, no concern.
Most of these deaths were in Vietnam and the rest of Indochina, but the numbers for Iraq are just as urgent: estimates range from 400,000 to 650,000 civilian deaths since the Americans ‘occupied’ Iraq.
In World War II, there were similar ‘genocides’ happening with Ukranians, gypsies, homosexuals and others in addition to the Jews.
Are these examples above America’s genocide?