Response to What are weapons of mass destruction? Does depleted uranium count?
When you bring up mass destruction and world war II the names Hiroshema and Nagasaki spring to mind but that's a cheap shot.
World War II was different. The entire continent of europe was engaged in a struggle for freedom. it wasn't just an outside force dropping bombs on a defenceless country.
The depleted Uranium used in Yugoslavia and the first gulf war is such a despicable weapon. It's so short sighted and so destructive with consequences for even the unborn that are too horrible to comprehend
Created By: David Rynne