Iraq Executions 92


The Iraqi governmnet executed 34 people in a single day last week, and judicial killings are running at over 600 people a year. Extra-judicial killings by state sponsored actors are much higher, and still higher are killings by various violent factions.

Meantime there are less than a third as many operational hospital beds as before the invasion, and less than 20% of the doctors. There are three million maimed people in Iraq. Available electricity in MW/h is about 30% of pre-invasion levels.

I am waiting for a neo-con acolyte to tell us now how the “liberal intervention” has greatly improved the lot of the people of Iraq.


92 thoughts on “Iraq Executions

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  • Passerby

    and even more evidence,
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    there is a secret fatwa somewhere about something!
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    pathetic lines of -ve propaganda, good enough substitute for fertilizer from a herd of cows.

  • Iain Orr

    On Iran, I’ve just caught up with an 12 January article by Robert Kelley – “Nuclear arms programme charge against Iran is no sure thing” on the SIPRI website. It’s worth reading, full text at http://www.sipri.org/media/newsletter/essay/january12 . A useful reminder of the role forged “evidence” had in steamrollering those sceptical of the case for invading Iraq.

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