A new revelation by an eye witness shows that Hindu goons sponsored by Govt of India in 1984 were supplied banned chemical substance (weapon) to kill Sikhs.
After reading this post, how many of you Sikhs would love to call India your home?
At least i shall never call so.
Since 1984, i was searching the chemical used by killing squads sponsored by Govt of India in Delhi and which was provided by then ruling Congress govt. and poured/rubbed on Sikhs caught and then ignited in flames.
I could never come to know what was it?
But today while reading eye witnessing account of a US citizens who saw the powder thrown on Sikh youths and burnt them in flames, i better decided to share it with you.
It took me 31 years but you will come to know its secret in few seconds.
It was WHITE PHOSPHOROUS (It burns to the bones) it’s use was banned by Geneva convention but then Indian Govt. provided it to it’s Congress sponsoered Hindu goons in Delhi to kill Sikhs in 1984 pogrom in Delhi.
See in the words of that foreigner who witnessed Sikhs burnt by hindus in Delhi as …..
“Later I discovered it was ‘white phosphorous’, banned by the Geneva Convention, and still used by the Israeli Army against Palestinians, and in other “hot spots” around the world. It ignites upon contact with a human body. Third-degree burns kill the victim in a most agonizing way”.
So, now we were in one of those “hot spots.” What a neat, clinical euphemism. My golden retriever gets “hot spots.” People being scalped alive, their limbs hacked, boys and girls raped and beaten and dismembered, this qualified as a “hot spot,” I remember thinking.
“White phosphorus ‘burns to the bone”
It causes skin to melt away from the bone and can break down a victim’s jawbone, but white phosphorus – known in Vietnam as Willie Pete – is still used by sections of the world’s military.
Further problems are caused because the substance can stick to clothing or on the skin and continues to burn unchecked as particles are exposed to air.
White phosphorus munitions
White phosphorus is a material made from a common allotrope of the chemical element phosphorus that is used in smoke, tracer, illumination and incendiary munitions.
In the attached picture you can see the impact of its usage on human body, the charred body of a Sikh youth lying on pavement shows its usage.
The Sikh organizations/SFJ (Sikhs for justice)should file a legal case against India in International Court/UNO on using the banned substance on its citizens in 1984. The truth needs to be known to world.
Ajmer Singh Randhawa