POLYA, Gideon. Afghan Holocaust & Afghan Genocide as per UN Genocide Convention

Dr Gideon Polya is a Melbourne-based scientist, academics, artist and humanitarian and climate change activist (see: http://mwcnews.net/Gideon-Polya ).

Dr Gideon Polya on Afghan Genocide carnage as of mid-December 2009: “As of mid-December 2009 it is estimated from the latest UN Population Division data that in Occupied Afghanistan post-invasion non-violent excess deaths total 3.4 million; post-invasion violent deaths total 1.1 million (assuming expert US-Australian advice that the level of violence has been 4 times lower in the Afghan War than in the Iraq War); and post-invasion under-5 infant deaths total 2.4 million (90% avoidable and due to US Alliance war crimes in gross violence of the Geneva Convention – Articles 55 and 56 of the Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War demands that an Occupier must supply life-sustaining food and medical requisites “to the fullest extent of the means available to it” but according to the WHO the “total annual expenditure on health per capita” permitted in Occupied Afghanistan is $29 as compared to $6,714 in Occupier US and $3,122 in Occupier racist, white Apartheid Australia).  
 
There are 3-4 million Afghan refugees plus a further 2.5 million Pashtun refugees generated in NW Pakistan by the obscene war policies of war criminal Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Obama – this carnage involving 4.5 million post-invasion violent and non-violent excess Afghan deaths constitutes an Afghan Holocaust and an Afghan Genocide as defined by Article 2 of the UN Genocide Convention.” [1].

Gideon Polya in a previous detailed estimate of about 5 million post-invasion Afghan deaths (March 2009): “1. Using UN Population Division annual mortality data one can calculate (as of March 2009) post-invasion excess mortality of 3.1 million persons for Occupied Afghanistan (using a base-line annual mortality rate of 4 deaths per 1,000 of population for a peaceful, decently-run country with the same demographics).

2. Using UN Population Division data one can estimate post-invasion under-5 infant deaths at 2.25 million of which about 90% (2.0 million) have been avoidable deaths.

3. For impoverished Third World countries, under-5 infant deaths are about 0.7 of the total excess deaths. Accordingly, one can also estimate post-invasion excess deaths as 2.25 million/0.7 = 3.2 million (see “Layperson’s guide to counting Iraq deaths”: http://mwcnews.net/content/view/5872/26/ ).

4. In Occupied Iraq post-invasion violent deaths have totalled 1.3 million as compared to post-invasion non-violent excess deaths of 1.0 million. Assuming that the violent/non-violent excess deaths ratio in Occupied Afghanistan is half that in Occupied Iraq,  then the post-invasion violent deaths in Occupied Afghanistan would be 0.65 x 3.15 million = 2.0 million (see “Iraq invasion 6th anniversary. 2.3 million excess deaths”: http://mwcnews.net/content/view/29360/42/ ).” [2].

[In my later December 2009 estimate of violent deaths I adopted the advice of an Australian adviser to the US military that the level of violence in the Afghan War was about 4 times less than in the Iraq war. and that accordingly violent post-invasion deaths would total about 1 million.]

[1]. Afghan Holocaust estimates in Commentary #1 by Gideon Polya , Gideon Polya, “Iraqi Holocaust Denial by US & Puppet Iraqi Régime”, MWC News, December 2009: http://mwcnews.net/content/view/34979/42/ .

[2]. Gideon Polya, “Obama’s Afghan War. Who is the worse terrorist, Obama or Osama?”, MWC News, 29 March 2009: http://mwcnews.net/content/view/29546/42/ .

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