Paying the Price – Killing the Children of Iraq is a documentary about how hundreds of thousands of innocent people were sentenced to death because the leader of Iraq didn’t dance to the Zio tune. The documentary is presented by John Pilger who is known for making documentaries that ask actual pressing questions, not to further the Jewish propaganda. We’ve seen John Pilger before in a documentary about The War You Don’t See.
The documentary predates the unlawful invasion of Iraq by western war criminals in 2003 and exposes the hypocrisy that has existed long before murder of Saddam Hussein. Ten years after the UN imposed sanctions on Iraq for invasion of Kuwait, the death toll included more than half a million children, with 4,000 of those 5 years of age or younger dying as a direct result each month.
Female pediatrician featured in the beginning of the documentary explains how serious health issues, such as Neuroblastoma and other forms of cancer used to be very rare before the sanctions, but are now very common, affecting many people, especially children.
In hindsight, it’s absolutely ridiculous how even back then the Zio puppets justified their sanctions and military attacks on Iraq with the “Weapons of Mass Destruction” rhetoric. We already know how much merit all these accusations have had, although in the year 2000, it still worked as a scare for the sheeple. As is mentioned in the documentary, the department of Trade and Industry in London, UK blocked the shipment or vaccines for Yellow Fever and Diphtheria to Iraq because, as the minister explained, the vaccines could be used in the production of WMDs.
When the then US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was asked on American television if she thought the death of more than half a million children was the price worth paying, she replied: “…we think the price is worth it!” Secretary of State spokesperson interviewed for the documentary had no problem justifying the claim.
During the interview with Ambassador Peter van Walsum, Chairman of US Sanctions Committee, John Pilger asked difficult questions to which typical Zio puppets have typically no answers. When the ambassador tried to justify sanctions with scare talk that Saddam Hussein could develop Weapons of Mass Destruction, John Pilger asked why there were no sanctions on Israel, a country known to already possess WMD and known for attacking its neighbors almost every day of the week. Peter van Walsum had no answer to that, although as an obedient Zio puppet, he tried to justify it by saying complete bullshit about Israel being surrounded by countries that allegedly want to wipe it out, when the exact opposite is true.
The part which exposes the US and British ZOG mercenaries who intentionally bombed child shepherds as they tended to their flock of sheep in an open field was one of the most difficult to watch. Ordinary Iraqis have never done any harm to any of us yet all they’ve known their whole lives, because of us (i.e. our Zionists Occupied Governments and their minions whom the sheeple thank for their service of slaughtering helpless children) is suffering and death. There’s nothing but desperation and sadness in their eyes. That’s why angels in heaven sing each time a ZOG mercenary commits suicide.