Since 2004, the USA has attacked Pakistan with Drone Strikes 372 times. As of July 13th, 2013, 3149 people have been murdered by these strikes.
“High Profile” targets killed …………. 48 (1.5%) of TOTAL DEATHS
“Children” killed in the process ….. 175 (5.6%) of TOTAL DEATHS
“Civilians” killed in the process …… 535 (17%) of TOTAL DEATHS
“Others” killed in the process … 2391 (75.9%) of TOTAL DEATHS
For those of you who who are unaware of the unbelievable amount of death caused by the US led Drone strikes on “Targeted Subjects,” are you aware of the unbelievable amount of death caused to the innocent by these strikes?
A company in California developed has developed a “visual” representation of these strikes. Take note of the dates, and notice the strikes AFTER Obama took office. This is Pakistan, ALONE!
This visual is FULL of information for you to see…
THIS MUST STOP IN ALL COUNTRIES! I URGE ALL GOVERNMENTS, IN ALL COUNTRIES TO END THIS! THIS IS ILLEGAL MURDER TO INNOCENT!
IF THE USA WANTS TO KILL THESE TARGETS, LET THEM COME AND FIGHT!
July 28, 2013 “US Drone Strike kills 5 in Northwestern Pakistan”
The casualties come after two missiles hit a convoy of people in the Shawal area of North Waziristan Sunday evening.
Local security officials say several people were also severely injured in the fatal attack, which sent shock waves across the troubled region.
The latest attack come as Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has recently blasted US assassination drone strikes in his country, describing them as a violation of international law and the UN charter.
Islamabad has repeatedly condemned the attacks, saying they violate Pakistan’s sovereignty.
Washington claims that the airstrikes target militants, but reports on the ground show that civilians have been the main victims of the attacks.
US President Barack Obama recently defended the use of the controversial drones as “self-defense.”
The aerial attacks, initiated by former US president George W. Bush, have been escalated under President Obama government.
The United Nations and several human rights organizations have already identified the US as the world’s number one user of “targeted killings” largely due to its drone attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The United Nations says the US-operated drone strikes in Pakistan pose a growing challenge to the international rule of law.
Philip Alston, UN special envoy on extrajudicial killings, said in a report in late October 2010 that the attacks were undermining the rules designed to protect the right of life.
Alston went on to say that he fears the drone killings by the US Central Intelligence Agency could develop a “play station” mentality.