Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Statistics of NATO's "peacekeeping operations"

Statistics of NATO's "peacekeeping operations".
Source: anti-nato.com.

  • Dead – 5,700 people, including 400 children
  • Wounded – nearly 7,000 civilians, 30% of them children
  • Missing – 821 people
  • Excess mortality as a result of deterioration of conditions of existence not estimated 

  • Dead - 35,000 people
  • Refugees - 500,000 people
  • As well as the aggravation of inter-ethnic conflicts, terrorist attacks, increased drug trafficking 

A man carries a mutilated, dead girl after NATO's bombing in Iraq, 2003. 
  • During the war in Iraq over 1 million Iraqis were killed – this is a greatest loss in modern history. A quarter of them women and children.
  • During the operation, NATO forces used forbidden weapons, namely white phosphorus.

  • Killed more than 20,000 people (military and civilians)

  • Refugees – more than 350,000 people

Libya, 2011 - Doctors help child who suffered from wounds in the besieged Libyan city of Misrata.
In August 2011, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen claimed that the actions of the aviation of NATO forces in Libya caused no civilian casualties.