Agent Orange An Enduring Crime

The use of Agent Orange in Vietnam was, by any measure, one of the great crimes of the twentieth century. In village after village, I have seen the result: young people born with terrible deformities. Go into the main hospital in Saigon and see the malformed babies still being born. This poison will run through the water and agriculture of Vietnam for multiple lifetimes. I endorse this important campaign for justice. Nothing is more needed and more urgent. (John Pilger)

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“Kate Mulvany is an Australian actor and playwright. She is also the daughter of a Vietnam veteran who was exposed to herbicide cocktail Agent Orange during the conflict. Kate was diagnosed with Wilms tumour at age 3 and has ongoing chronic health problems. She speaks about her health care experiences as a “child of the mist” and her work as an ambassador for Agent Orange Justice. This podcast is available here. ”   Source Medical Journal of Australia Podcasts 2015 Episode 9:  Read More →
All Agent Orange Ingredients Unearthed at U.S. Military Dumpsite on Okinawa Aug. 11, 2014 All Agent Orange ingredients Unearthed at U.S. military dumpsite on Okinawa Jon Mitchell  More than six months after dozens of rusty chemical barrels were unearthed from former U.S. military land in Okinawa City, their contents have been identified – and they appear to offer conclusive proof that the toxic Vietnam War defoliant Agent Orange was buried on the island.1Read More →
Australian Story – ABC – Introduced by Jacki Weaver At just 35, actress and playwright Kate Mulvany has experienced more than most people do in a lifetime. As a young child she battled an illness that confined her to hospital for long periods, an experience she describes as ‘exploding my imagination’.Read More →