Global Research, September 22, 2010
Parliamentary Motion in Scotland
More leukemia in Iraq than after Hiroshima as a result of the US-UK use
of depleted uranium, white phosphorus and nerve gas in its weaponry.
Bush and Blair lied about non-existent Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction in order
to justify their invasion of that country. Now the toxic effects of US-UK’s own WMD
bring a massive cancer scurge – particularly of childhood cancers – to the town of Fallujah.
Women are now being advised not to have children.

22 September 2010


For Immediate Use
Women advised not to have children as legacy of US and UK WMD

Bill Wilson MSP (SNP) has lodged a Parliamentary Motion highlighting the consequences of the US and UK’s use of Weapons of Mass Destruction during an attack on Fallujah in 2004.

Speaking after lodging his motion, Dr Wilson said, “The consequences are ongoing: a survey showed a four-fold increase in all cancers,

a 12-fold increase in childhood cancer in under-14s and a 38-fold increase in leukaemia. By contrast, Hiroshima survivors showed

a 17-fold increase with regard to the latter. What’s more, because of this cancer crisis, local doctors are advising women

not to have children.

“I have long been convinced that those responsible for the invasion of Iraq should be charged. It seems to me that any reasonable

person looking at what happen in Fallujah would conclude that major war crimes have been committed. Tony Blair has to

answer for his decisions.

“It is disappointing, to say the least, that our media have paid relatively little attention to this issue. Yet women are now

being advised not to have children. To turn a blind eye now would surely make us all complicit.”


Dr Bill Wilson MSP

Tel +44 (0) 782 459 6994 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              +44 (0) 782 459 6994      end_of_the_skype_highlighting / 131 348 6805 / 141 840 2772

Fax +44 (0) 131 348 6806 / 141 889 4693



Notes to Editors


Short Title: Women Advised Not to Have Children as Legacy of US and UK WMD

S3M-07049 Bill Wilson (West of Scotland) (SNP): That the Parliament notes a report in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Cancer, Infant Mortality and Birth Sex-Ratio in Fallujah, Iraq 2005-2009,

on the effects of the United Kingdom and United States’ attack on Fallujah in 2004; notes the reports that this attack involved

the use of illegal chemical weapons, phosphorous bombs and nerve gas; understands that it has been further reported that this has

led to an explosion of infant mortality, leukaemia and cancers, exceeding those following the dropping of atomic bombs on

Hiroshima and Nagasaki, to the extent that local doctors are advising women not to have children; supports the

international courts in their pursuit of war criminals since 1945; believes that no individual guilty of such crimes should

escape justice, and calls for the detention and trial of Anthony Charles Lynton Blair.



MSP Seeks Legal Advice re Crown Office Refusal to Disclose Deliberations on Iraq Prosecution