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9/11 – Section 19-1:

The Iraq War (2003-2011)

Casualties of the Iraq War

The Official Story

Estimates of the casualties from the Iraq War (beginning with the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and the ensuing occupation and insurgency and civil war) have come in several forms, and those estimates of different types of Iraq War casualties vary greatly.

Estimating war-related deaths poses many challenges. Experts distinguish between population-based studies, which extrapolate from random samples of the population, and body counts, which tally reported deaths and likely significantly underestimate casualties. Population-based studies produce estimates of the number of Iraq War casualties ranging from 151,000 violent deaths as of June 2006 (per the Iraq Family Health Survey) to 1,033,000 excess deaths (per the 2007 Opinion Research Business (ORB) survey). Other survey-based studies covering different time-spans find 461,000 total deaths (over 60% of them violent) as of June 2011 (per PLOS Medicine 2013), and 655,000 total deaths (over 90% of them violent) as of June 2006 (per the 2006 Lancet study). Body counts counted at least 110,600 violent deaths as of April 2009 (Associated Press). The Iraq Body Count project documents 185,000–208,000 violent civilian deaths through February 2020 in their table. All estimates of Iraq War casualties are disputed.

Coalition Iraq War Casualties and losses

Iraqi Security Forces (post-Saddam)


Coalition Forces

Killed:4,825 (4,507 US, 179 U.K., 139 other)
Missing/captured:(US): 17 (9 died in captivity, 8 rescued)
Wounded:32,776+ (32,292 US, 315 U.K., 210+ other)
Injured/diseases/other medical*51,139 (47,541 US, 3,598 UK)


Wounded & injured:43,880

Awakening Councils

Wounded & injured:500+ (2007), 828 (2008)

Total Dead: 25,071

Total Wounded: 117,961

Source: Wikipedia (Note: fact check this source)

The Truth

False Flag

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

19.12 – Iraq Body Count Exhibit
(Oregon State University, 2008)

White and red flags, representing Iraqi and American deaths, respectively, sit in the grass quadrangle of The Valley Library on the Corvallis, Oregon, campus of Oregon State University. As part of the traveling Iraq Body Count exhibit from 2008 to 2009 (not related to Iraq Body Count project), the flags aim to “raise awareness of the human cost of the Iraq War.” (May 2008)

1. Original Photo

2. Full Decode – Step 1

3. Full Decode – Step 2

4. Full Decode – Step 3

Subliminal Symbolism

5. Full Decode – Final

The Invisible Symbol


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