Iraqi health minister: 150,000 civilian deaths since the war in Iraq

Originally published 11/10/06:

The Iraqi Health Minister yesterday said that the number of Iraqi civilians killed since the war is probably about 150,000. 

http://www.breitbart.com/news/2006/11/09/D8L9PBBG0.html

This is quite a bit bigger number than the 50,000 quoted by IraqBodyCount, and the 30,000 that Bush likes to adhere to.  It is also a bit smaller than the lower end of the Johns Hopkins 95% confidence interval, which was about 400,000 deaths.  Whatever the case, even one life is too much.  Whether it be 30,000, 50,000, 150,000 or 655,000… we are killing people for gain and the glory of the world as you can see from the previous post on the confessions of an economic hitman.  Let’s get our secret combinations out of Iraq and back home where we can preach some gospel to them.

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