Category: BUSH WAR CRIMES WATCH
A prominent international lawyer
says former US President George W. Bush,
and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair stand guilty
of crimes against peace, war crimes and torture,
Press TV reports.
In November 2011
the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal,
in which Francis Boyle, a professor of international law
at the University of Illinois,
led the prosecution team,
convicted Bush and Blair of crimes against peace and humanity,
and genocide over their roles in the Iraq war.
On May 11, 2012,
the tribunal also found Bush,
former US Vice President Dick Cheney
and former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
guilty of the crime of torture.
[ Last time I looked ~ most Semites spoke Arabic ]
In the last day or two
we have seen one of the most remarkable policings
of the discourse
that I’ve ever seen
… and it seems to be one man’s achievement,
that the longtime New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd
that the Romney braintrust
includes the same guys
who started the Iraq war.
It is remarkable
because so many people inside the Beltway have heeded Goldberg;
even Joe Klein in defending Dowd says that she was crude
– this from a man who wrote openly of Jewish neoconservatives,
which Dowd didn’t do
– and so the line has held:
the idea that we are allowed to debate the Jewish neoconservatives’ role in the Iraq war for the sake of Israel,
well that is an anti-Semitic idea.
As Goldberg says,
it is the idea that the gentiles didn’t start that war,
but were manipulated into it
by the likes of Wolfowitz and Feith.
This could soon be a thing of the past -
British forces engaged in simultaneous conflict on two fronts
as they were in Afghanistan and Iraq.
[ I don't usually watch Alex Jones. He yells a lot ( and who needs that )
and the music that he plays during his ad breaks just freaks me out.
But - if you miss the sound of two educated, free thinking people chatting across a table about matters of import ... ]
According to a new report from the Associated Press,
a record 45% of the 1.6 million veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
are seeking compensation for service-related injuries.
This is more than double the rate for Gulf War veterans. For all the publicity given to “Gulf War syndrome,”
only an estimated 21% of the veterans of that conflict have filed disability claims.