Skip to comments.International War Crimes Tribunal: Charges against 1st Bush administration show why ICC is bad idea
Posted on 10/10/2004 3:55:35 PM PDT by No Longer Free State
George Bush, J. Danforth Quayle, James Baker, Richard Cheney, William Webster, Colin Powell, Norman Schwarzkopf and Others to be named With
Crimes Against Peace, War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity and Other Criminal Acts and High Crimes in Violation of the Charter of the United Nations, International Law, the Constitution of the United States and Laws made in Pursuance Thereof.
Preliminary Statement These charges have been prepared prior to the first hearing of the Commission of Inquiry by its staff. They are based on direct and circumstantial evidence from public and private documents; official statements and admissions by the persons charged and others; eyewitness accounts; Commission investigations and witness interviews in Iraq, the Middle East and elsewhere during and after the bombing; photographs and video tape; expert analyses; commentary and interviews; media coverage, published reports and accounts gathered between December 1990 and May l991. Commission of Inquiry hearings will be held in key cities where evidence is available supporting, expanding, adding, contradicting, disproving or explaining these, or similar charges against the accused and others of whatever nationality. When evidence sufficient to sustain convictions of the accused or others is obtained and after demanding the production of documents from the U.S. government, and others, and requesting testimony from the accused, offering them a full opportunity to present any defense personally, or by counsel, the evidence will be presented to an International War Crimes Tribunal. The Tribunal will consider the evidence gathered, seek and examine whatever additional evidence it chooses and render its judgment on the charges, the evidence, and the law.
Here are the findings they ultimately came up with:
Final Judgment: International War Crimes Tribunal
The members of the International War Crimes Tribunal finds each of the named accused Guilty on the basis of the evidence against them and that each of the nineteen crimes alleged in the Initial Complaint, attached hereto, has been established to have been committed beyond a reasonable doubt.
The members believe that it is imperative if there is ever to be peace that power be accountable for its criminal acts and we condemn in the strongest possible terms those found guilty of the charges herein. We urge the Commission of Inquiry and all people to act on recommendations developed by the Commission to hold power accountable and to secure social justice on which lasting peace must be based.
By the way, you can scroll down in the second link to see the list of 'commissioners'. There are even some of the typical American blame-America-firsters on the panel.
Yeah, that's nice U.N...come and get us.
If you think you're hard enough.
Lets "give" them Kerry
John Kerry and War Crimes in Vietnam
He was in command of a Swift Boat
and ordered his men to do these things.
Listen to this 1971 audio clip in Kerry's own words.
LONG BEFORE THE '04 Election
and yet another interesting tidbit in the first sentence...
The members of the International War Crimes Tribunal, meeting in New York, have carefully considered the
notice where they met? Yes in the US? This is so weird.
President Bush nentioned that Tribunal as an example of why we can't put our fate in international hands.
Clinton & Wesley Clarke were also found guilty by the same court. Meanwhile, I don't think I've seen any convictions of anyone normal people would consider to be a tyrant.
Ramsey Clark, targeting the west for a very long time.
This is not the court at the Hague associated with the UN. This is a private left wing-nut group, pretending to be legitimate.
I just can't envision a constitutional mechanism by which American sovereignty would be ceded to unelected foreigners. So obviously it will have to be by intrigue and subversion. It has the potential to get real ugly, why anyone would expect otherwise is one of those imponderables.
These are just a bunch of left-wing, anti-war nutballs with delusions of grandeur. The indictment is signed by Ramsey Clark. I rest my case.
Can you imagine if these people had been around in 1945?
"President Truman and Mr. Churchill are both guilty of genocide against the innocent peace-loving German people..."
Word to the ICC: You know where we are. You want us, COME AND GET US.
Go you think the results would be any different in a court with nonelected judges from France, Spain, and many of our other 'friends'?
As I recall, all defendants entered a plea of KISS MY ASS!!!
This "Court" has nothing to do with the ICC or the UN. They're not a charter of any recognized agency.
I'm against the ICC, but this document is hardly supportive of the case against the ICC.
A bit of news from a parrallel universe here; imagine if the secular humanists run the world from inside the UN oligarchy.
Shooting them down:
What law was broken?
Who legislated the law?
Who is judging the law? Who appointed the judges?
Who voted for the legislators?
---and the coup de grace----
What authority is the basis for your charter? Is it simply (in sum) the opinion of eminent, fashionable and earnest men? Or is it based on the ancient scriptures and revelations of a just and elequent Almighty God??
So put them down with a real-worlder scoff, just like we scoff at Singer's philosophy and Hans Kung's ethical utopia.
As I said, scenes from a Soros/UN/Euro/Streisand parrallel universe.
Perpetual undergrads, ugh! Yay for the adults!
This is basic Workers of the World Unite stuff. All wars are bad except the glorious revolution that will finally set the "people", whoever they may be, free.
Can't believe sKerry even suggests we should be connected with this organization. More of his traitorous nature IMO.