Finished exams, no more moaning about having to study. Or about my inability to study for more than five minutes at a time. This moaning will be replaced by moaning about the fact that will be unemployed and job seeking. But...
The War You Don’t See by John Pilger. (via sandysays)
During World War One, 10% of all casualties were civilians.
During World War Two, the number of civilian deaths rose to 50%.
During the Vietnam War, 70% of all casualties were civilians.
In the war in Iraq, civilians account for up to 90% of all deaths.
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