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Thomas J. Nagy

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George Washington University

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George Washington University

900 23Rd St., Nw

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20037

United States

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In the heart of the nation's capital, with additional programs in Virginia, the George Washington University, or GW, was created by an Act of Congress in 1821. Today, GW is the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia. The university...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor

Public Management


Professor of Expert Systems

Washington University


Affiliations

International Association of Genocide Scholars

Member


US

Secretary of State


Education

public health

Washington University


Master of Science degree

Trinity University


Ph.D.

George Washington University School of Busines


doctoral degree

University of Texas at Austin


Web References(197 Total References)


ALLIES DELIBERATELY POISONED IRAQ PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY IN GULF WAR (WOVOCA.com - Earth Mother Crying! © )

nativeamericanprophecy.com [cached]

Professor Thomas J Nagy, Professor of Expert Systems at George
Washington University with a doctoral fellowship in public health, Professor Nagy obtained a minutely detailed seven-page document


News Release Archive | 2001 | Accuracy.Org

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THOMAS NAGY
Associate professor at George Washington University, Nagy is the author of the cover story in the September issue of The Progressive magazine, "The Secret Behind the Sanctions: How the U.S. Intentionally Destroyed Iraq's Water Supply.


Profs Who Hate America :: Daniel Pipes

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Tom Nagy, associate professor of business at George Washington University, proudly informed his university newspaper about providing aid to the Saddam regime against the United States during a recent (illegal) trip to Iraq.
Specifically, he offered "estimates of the number of civilians needed to act as a human shield to protect infrastructure and buildings for Iraqi citizens." Tom Nagy and others [78 words]


www.wagingpeace.org

Professor Thomas Nagy of George Washington University unloaded a massive compilation of U.S. Government documents from 1990-1991 that showed in no uncertain terms the malevolent intent to target sites of vital civilian importance in the first Gulf War.
In an expose entitled "The Secret Behind the Sanctions" Nagy cites macabre foreknowledge of the effects of bombing water purification and sewage treatment facilities which provide clean water to the Iraqi people. In September 2001, Thomas Nagy, a professor at George Washington University, released a report detailing the U.S. government's foreknowledge of the devastating effects of sanctions and the impacts of the Gulf War on civilian infrastructure. The document, published in The Progressive, outlined the outcomes of impure water and insufficient sanitation on the most vulnerable members of society: the children. He cites the Geneva Convention as precedent for why these actions are illegal and punishable under international law.


Health crisis in Iraq under occupation

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Using the usual mask of the UN, "the US had prevented the normal importation of indispensable items of equipment for more than a decade" wrote Tom Nagy of George Washington University.
In his research on the effect of sanctions on Iraq's water and the health care system, Nagy found that the US "intentionally destroying whatever had remained of


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