Gulf Times: More Bad Math For Iraq

Amazing, simply amazing. Well, maybe stupidifying

One child dies every five minutes because of the war, and many more are left with severe injuries. Of the estimated 4mn Iraqis who have been displaced in Iraq or left the country, 1.5mn are children. For the most part, they don’t have access to basic health care, education, shelter or water and sanitation. They carry on their shoulders the tragic consequences of an uncalled for war.

OK, it is opinion, but, where is the Gulf Times in asking for, you know, proof?

I thought the lack of understanding regarding the Lancet Study was pitiful, but, this opinion story is beyond stupid. Check the math. It means that 12 children die every hour in Iraq. 288 a day. Approx 8,640 a month. 103,680 a year. Over 500,00 since the start of the war. I’d like to see the proof on this from the writer, Cesar Chelala. Why doesn’t the Iraq Body Count have that number?

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One Response to “Gulf Times: More Bad Math For Iraq”

  1. Scrapiron says:

    You forget, this is a media outlet and they can and do make up the ‘facts’ as they go along. Sad part is the retarded (aka democrats) will believe them.

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