Iraq War Death Toll Pictograph

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in War

This is a sobering look at American casualties in the Iraq war versus Iraqi casualties.

Now, this is not to suggest that Americans caused all of these Iraqi casualities, and the website doesn’t suggest this either. It’s merely a juxtaposition of the people lost in this war.

But needless to say, for every 1 American killed, about 17 Iraqis are killed.

And remember, each coffin represents 25 dead.


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One Response to “Iraq War Death Toll Pictograph”

  1. George Nixon Says:

    Let’s see, Exxon made $10 billion profit last quarter. That’s $40 billion a year. When you divide that number out by the number of US and Iraqi Dead you get $ 595,149.53 per person killed. That’s pretty cheap to keep the lights on and the SUV’s Hummin!

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