Body Count: UNEI’s 1.5 Million Deaths in the “War on Terror” Since 2001
The so-called “war on terror” that was launched in 2001 by the US, NATO, the EU and Israel (UNEI) is in fact, simply put, a war on everyone who refuses to submit to the alliance’s dominance and imperialism. This war has little to do with terrorists as it is defined by the UNEI alliance because it is a fact that under their own definition of ‘terrorism’ they themselves are the biggest terrorist organization that the world has ever seen. Their terrorism has claimed more lives than any extremist since world war 2 and most of those deaths are innocent citizens that the UNEI alliance calls ‘collateral damage.’ It comes with the job and territory, according to UNEI.
To no surprise of course, the available data on the real death toll since the launch of the “war on terror” – since the official declaration of war on the truth and reality – is heavily distorted and in many cases that data is not made available at all to the public on purpose by those who benefit the most from withholding information and fabricated casualty numbers. This is being done to deceive the public opinion, both nationally and abroad, to allow the continuation of the UNEI’s propaganda and deceptive global regime.
Lets have a look on how many people have died already at the hands of the UNEI alliance and due to their conquest of the world.
The listed death counts for every country and for every year are to be perceived as very conservative estimates only because the available data is scarce.
USA: 4,000+ Deaths on 9/11 and in the Aftermath
According to some sources the number of 9/11 health-related deaths may however be much higher and may be more than 10,000. Official sources will of course deny this as they continue to parrot the false narratives .
Iraq: 713,000+ to 1,000,000+ Deaths Since and Due to the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq by the US-led Alliance
- 30,000+ deaths (between 2006 and 2007) 
- 7,000+ deaths (in 2008) 
- 5,000+ deaths (in 2009) 
- 4,000+ deaths (in 2010) 
- 4,000+ deaths (in 2011) 
Although the US-led alliance officially pulled out of Iraq in 2011, 17,000+ personnel remain(ed) in Iraq.
- 4,500+ deaths (in 2012) 
- 8,500+ deaths (in 2013) 
Afghanistan: 33,000+ to 100,000+ Deaths Since and Due to the 2001 US-led Invasion and War
Pakistan: 52,000+ to 100,000+ Deaths Since and Due to US-led Military Interventions
Yemen: 4,000+ to 10,000+ Deaths Since and Due to US-led Military Interventions and Destabilization
- 2,000+ deaths (between 2011 and 2012) 
Somalia: 2,000+ to 5,000+ Deaths Since and Due to US-led Military Interventions
- 2,000+ deaths (between 2002 and 2013) 
Libya: 30,000+ to 100,000+ Deaths Since and Due to US/NATO-led Invasion
- 30,000+ deaths (in 2011) 
- 100,000+ deaths (in 2011) 
Syria: 160,000+ Deaths Since and Due to US-led Invasion and Military Interventions
- 160,000+ (deaths since 2011) 
Egypt: 1,700+ to 3,000+ Deaths Since and Due to US-led Destabilization
Palestine: 8,000+ to 15,000+ Deaths Since UNEI War on Terror
- 8,000+ (between 2001 and 2014) 
TOTAL: 1,497,000+ Deaths (using maximum, conservative, average estimated numbers)
Thus, a very conservative estimate provides us with a number of nearly 1.5 million people who have died since 2001, since the infamous new world order – a term proudly used by several politicians and governments – decided to officially take over the world, under the false pretext of “war on terror.” This is hardly an exaggeration because it is documented that the US alone is unfolding an agenda of taking over the African continent by deploying their troops in 35 African nations [1, 2], aside from the numerous other foreign nations – like France, the UK and Belgium – that are stationed in Africa. NATO too is increasingly pushing to be involved in African “peace missions.” As for the UN, we already know how peaceful their troops are, we already know that according to the UN their acts and crimes like pedophilia, human trafficking and forced prostitution are to be considered acts of humanitarianism.
It is appropriate to assume that the actual death toll is more than double, highly likely to be well over 3 million deaths of which most are innocent citizens who never were involved in any military activity, except to be regarded as collateral damage.
The false reasons constantly being given for military interventions in foreign nations by the UNEI alliance are always the same: to bring democracy, for regime change, to fight terror and for peace building. Who with their hearts in the right place can actually still believe that the UNEI is not a gang of thugs?
Imagine what would happen when China or Russia invades the US or the EU to bring regime change and real democracy, all hell would break loose in a matter of days. Yet when the UNEI does this, anywhere in the world, the press calls it humanitarian missions. “Hypocrisy” hardly describes it…
In conclusion, but equally important as the number of people that have already died in the fabled war on terror, we must also point out, again, how exactly the UNEI alliance tries to justify their war. They do this predominantly by staging terrorist attacks themselves that they then blame on muslim extremists or any other useful patsies that comes along, even the climate and natural forces are blamed for causing terrorism. In the article “17 Signature ‘Terrorist’ Attacks on the 11th Day” a brief summary is provided of attacks that have been staged or initiated by the UNEI alliance. Among others, these attacks include 9/11 (USA, 2001), 3/11 (Spain, 2004), 7/7 (UK, 2005), 12/11 (Sweden, 2010) and 3/11 (Japan, 2011). In “The Financial ‘Crisis’ and the September 11 Signature… in 2007 and 2008” the same pattern is described, albeit in relation to financial terrorism, that can also be directly linked to the UNEI alliance.
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