U.S. Armed Forces Dropped 388,000 Tons Of Napalm On Vietnam. Napalm Is A CHEMICAL WEAPON.

As a psychotic lobby within the U.S. government is willing to thrust our nation into a potential World War III, through fabricated evidence of a small-time chemical weapons attack from the ‘Syrian Regime’, they seem to forget about America’s past use of chemical weapons on a much more grand scale. The liberal usage of the chemical weapon Napalm during the Vietnam War was particularly notorious and caused indescribable suffering.

Napalm was developed in 1943, in a secret laboratory at Harvard University, by a team led by chemist Louis Fieser. It was first used in the later years of World War II, then later during the Korean War and most extensively during the Vietnam conflict, where an incredible 388,000 tons of the ordinance was dropped on the country. Even U.S. soldiers were occasionally victims of misfired bombs, due to the large damage area of nearly 2,500 square yards and firestorms with self-perpetuating winds of over 100 km/h.

One of the main anti-personnel features of napalm is that it sticks to human skin, with no practical method for removal of the burning substance. “Napalm is the most terrible pain you can imagine,” said Kim Phúc, a napalm bombing survivor known from a famous Vietnam War photograph. “Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius (212°F). Napalm generates temperatures of 800 to 1,200 degrees Celsius (1,500-2,200°F).”

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  • kaycera

    This makes me sick to my stomach……… we used this horrific chemical weapon on innocent victims & on some of our military too. Where are we now? Why isn’t this being brought up by the press? Hmmmm? AND – where is the UNITED NATIONS in all of this…. what is it there for??????????? It was designed exactly for this purpose. BUT OBOZO WANTS HIS LEGACY.