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Mystery weapons used on Palestinians?


Mark Stapleton
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From the Guardian comes this report of strange injuries being suffered by Palestinians in Gaza since July. They report many cases where tiny external shrapnel wounds belie major damage to internal organs. They also report some patients dying suddenly after apparently stabilising. We're talking about civilians, of course. An experimental weapon has been suggested, although Israel has predictably denied this.

As if the cluster bombs in Lebanon weren't bad enough. What will these cruel bastards think of next?

http://www.commondreams.org/headlines06/1018-05.htm

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From the Guardian comes this report of strange injuries being suffered by Palestinians in Gaza since July. They report many cases where tiny external shrapnel wounds belie major damage to internal organs. They also report some patients dying suddenly after apparently stabilising. We're talking about civilians, of course. An experimental weapon has been suggested, although Israel has predictably denied this.

As if the cluster bombs in Lebanon weren't bad enough. What will these cruel bastards think of next?

http://www.commondreams.org/headlines06/1018-05.htm

With the Australian Broadcasting Service (ABC) news service closed once again - presumably due to industrial action that is rarely if ever reported to the much-suffering public - I notice this morning that the BBC world service has again replaced ABC news and current affairs coverage. Interesting how colonial legacies live on.

Hence this morning the 'news' blaring out of my radio switched to a slightly more pervasive and insidious pro-Zionist spin than usual.

Nevertheless, some interesting information could be extracted from the sloppy brew of artifically-sweetened factoids.

The Beeb reports that landmines and cluster munitions continue to kill and injure between three and four civilians in Lebanon each day

I guess the Israeli "take home" message was something like this: "if we can't occupy this particular part of middle eastern real estate, we'll create ongoing hell for those who do live there".

The BBC report continues: "Israel insists that the munitions it uses in conflict comply with international law and says it is being unfairly singled out while the same munitions have been used for years by Western countries."

Quite so. Of course, left out of the narrative is any mention of the role of the western Zionist lobby in influencing the UK and USA's criminal war exploits.

The Independent tells us that Britain 'is blocking' cluster bomb ban, in true-to-form Churchillian fashion (long ago, that evil Briton defended the use of aerial bombing on the basis that it was a useful way to pacify natives). In this day and age, the atrocious position of the current British Government helps give the Israelis cover in a crowd. They can truthfully say "we're not the only war criminals".

Without expressing any view on the cause of Princess Di's death, one may speculate how effective she could have been in this decade as an anti-landmine activist - someone well informed about Islam (through marriage?) who also had a worldwide following of tens of millions of people not typically exposed to the toxic subject of murderous activities undertaken by or at the behest of the Zionist State.

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Fuel-air explosives represent the military application of the vapor cloud explosions and dust explosions accidents that have long bedeviled a variety of industries. An accidental fuel-air explosion may occur as a result of a boiling liquid expanding vapor explosion (BLEVE), for example when a tank containing liquified petroleum gas bursts. Silo explosions, caused by the ignition of finely-powdered atmospheric dust, are another example.

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Thermobaric weapons work by first expelling a cloud of explosive mist using a small charge, then igniting it with a second charge.

They consist of a container of either a volatile liquid or a finely powdered solid which could be an explosive or metal powder and two separate explosive charges.

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the E Bomb: The ElectroMagnetic Pulse (EMP) effect [1] was first observed during the early testing of high altitude airburst nuclear weapons [GLASSTONE64]. The effect is characterised by the production of a very short (hundreds of nanoseconds) but intense electromagnetic pulse, which propagates away from its source with ever diminishing intensity, governed by the theory of electromagnetism. The ElectroMagnetic Pulse is in effect an electromagnetic shock wave.

This pulse of energy produces a powerful electromagnetic field, particularly within the vicinity of the weapon burst. The field can be sufficiently strong to produce short lived transient voltages of thousands of Volts (ie kiloVolts) on exposed electrical conductors, such as wires, or conductive tracks on printed circuit boards, where exposed.

in combination:: Result: metal dust penetrates the body, emp melts it

Come too close, you melt

a bit further and the more conductive organs gets burns. I suppose the metal dust could be infected or coated with some toxin as well.

bastards! the poor kids. the 'scientists' and those who pay them and those who order this stuff has a lot to answer for. So much misery. They should all be locked in a room with a club each and when they are hungry enough be thrown a piece of food.

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