BY: Sorcha Faal
November 6th 2006
Kremlin sources are reporting today that Duma Speaker Boris Gryzlov has filed an ‘urgent request’ with the International Committee of the Red Cross, in Geneva, Switzerland, to classify the Political Party of the American War Leaders, called the Republicans, as a National Socialistic Movement that cannot be distinguished from the National Socialist German Workers Party of last century, and which is commonly referred to as Nazis.
These reports further detail an alarming connection between the current American President, and his family, with the dreaded Nazi Regime led by Adolph Hitler, and as many European newspapers have reported on these past few years, including the British Guardian Unlimited in their article titled “How Bush’s grandfather helped Hitler’s rise to power”, and which says:
“George Bush’s grandfather, the late US senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.
The Guardian has obtained confirmation from newly discovered files in the US National Archives that a firm of which Prescott Bush was a director was involved with the financial architects of Nazism.
His business dealings, which continued until his company’s assets were seized in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act, has led more than 60 years later to a civil action for damages being brought in Germany against the Bush family by two former slave labourers at Auschwitz and to a hum of pre-election controversy.”
These reports also coincide with a major International poll showing the growing fear of the World’s peoples towards the United States and its Military Leader, and as we can read as reported by the International Herald Tribune in their article titled “International poll ranks Bush a threat to world peace”, and which says:
“A majority of people in three countries with close ties to the U.S. — Britain, Canada and Mexico — consider President George W. Bush a threat to world peace, ranking the U.S. president right up there with the leaders of two countries he has labeled part of the “axis of evil” — North Korea’s Kim Jong Il and Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
“It is striking that these are America’s closest allies and the populations are going, ‘Whoa, this guy is a danger to the world,'” said Paul Adams, executive director of Ottawa-based EKOS Research which released the poll results Friday. “These are allies and if the populations of their countries are saying George Bush is a threat to peace, that’s a pretty damning statement about Bush’s public diplomacy in the world.”
Of the many similarities between the former Nazi and present day American Empires none, perhaps, is more dangerous than the complete dissolution of their citizens human rights, and where now they can be held by their Military Forces without hope of charges or trials.
So horrific has the situation become for the American people that this week their Military Leaders stated that their Court System has no jurisdiction over them, and as we can read as reported by the Associated Press News Service in their article titled “U.S. Wants Filmmaker’s Suit Dismissed”, and which says:
“The U.S. government filed a motion Friday seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed by an aspiring American filmmaker who spent two months in an Iraqi prison without being charged. The American Civil Liberties Union of California filed the federal lawsuit in July on behalf of Cyrus Kar, 45, of Los Angeles. It alleges the filmmaker’s detention violated his civil rights, the Geneva Convention and the law of nations. Defendants include Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and other military officials.
In response to the lawsuit, U.S. attorneys cautioned the court to carefully consider getting entangled in military operations overseas and said Kar cannot challenge the government’s policies without “a realistic threat that he will again be subject to detention in Iraq by the United States military officers.” The lawsuit is the first civil case challenging detention policies in Iraq, said ACLU legal director Mark Rosenbaum, who called the government’s response to the lawsuit troubling.
“I found it disturbing that their position is that American citizens can be treated with impunity by American officials without a recognition that the constitution applies,” Rosenbaum said.”
Russian legal authorities familiar with American law have stated that the US Military Leaders have deceptively crafted the imprisonment of their own citizens through a variety of cases, with the most important one being that of an American citizen sentenced to die in Iraq, and as we can read as reported by the Washington Post News Service in their article titled “U.S. Citizen Won’t Be Handed to Iraq, Federal Court Says”, and which says:
“A U.S. citizen who was sentenced to death by an Iraqi court this month will not be handed over by the U.S. military until the Supreme Court hears his case, a federal appeals court ruled yesterday. An Iraqi judge found Mohammad Munaf guilty of helping in the 2005 kidnapping of three Romanian journalists in Baghdad. Munaf, who was born in Iraq and became a U.S. citizen in 2000, said his trial was flawed and his confession coerced.
Since his arrest in May 2005 near Baghdad, Munaf has been held at Camp Cropper, where the U.S. military keeps high-value detainees, on behalf of Multinational Force-Iraq.
In Washington, U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth ruled that he has no authority to intervene because Munaf, 53, was being held by coalition military forces.
Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit also declined to step in. The court said that the military must give Munaf 10 days to appeal to the Supreme Court and wait for it to rule before transferring him to Iraqi officials.”
Though not being understood by the masses of the American people of the dangers they are facing, this cannot be said of many of their most prestigious public policy institutions, including the CATO Institute, and who have longed warned:
“Consider this specious logic, endorsed by the Bush administration: Under the Sixth Amendment, the right to counsel does not apply until charges are filed. The government has not charged Padilla. Ordinarily, U.S. citizens cannot be detained without charge. But the administration has avoided that technicality by designating Padilla as an “enemy combatant,” then proclaiming that the court may not second-guess his designation.
Essentially, on orders of the executive branch, anyone could wind up imprisoned by the military with no way to assert his innocence. That frightening prospect was echoed by J. Harvie Wilkinson, the respected and steadfastly conservative chief judge of the Fourth Circuit. In a case involving another U.S. citizen, Yaser Hamdi, Wilkinson warned, “With no meaningful judicial review, any American citizen alleged to be an enemy combatant could be detained indefinitely without charges or counsel.”
Today, as the freedoms once enjoyed by these American people have been all but eliminated, their Highest Military Leaders continue their preparations for escaping War Crime punishments, including their own President, and as we previously reported on in our October 15th report titled “US President Bush Makes Massive Land Purchase In Paraguay Ahead Of Expected War Crimes Charges”, should their plans to establish a Global Hegemony be thwarted.
To the ordinary American people, however, the fate that is facing them is a most dire one. For facing these peoples are the stark choices to either support the darkness spreading forth upon this World from their Nation, or to stand apart and say that murder, maiming and torture in their name is unacceptable.
Sadly, out of the great masses of these once great people, there remains to be seen little evidence that they will do anything different than their Nazi German counterparts.
And, to the burden they will not lift upon themselves, they leave instead upon their own children, one of whom, in particular, must be not only noticed, but in some future time should receive from all human beings the recognition for the ultimate sacrifice she made for her fellow American people, and of whom we can read about as reported by the Editor & Publisher News Service in their article titled “Revealed: U.S. Soldier Killed Herself After Objecting to Interrogation Techniques”, and which says:
“The true stories of how American troops, killed in Iraq, actually died keep spilling out this week. On Tuesday, we explored the case of Kenny Stanton Jr., murdered last month by our allies, the Iraqi police, though the military didn’t make that known at the time. Now we learn that one of the first female soldiers killed in Iraq died by her own hand after objecting to interrogation methods used on prisoners.
She was Army specialist Alyssa Peterson, 27, a Flagstaff, Ariz., native serving with C Company, 311th Military Intelligence BN, 101st Airborne. Peterson was an Arabic-speaking interrogator assigned to the prison at our air base in troubled Tal-Afar in northwestern Iraq. According to official records, she died on Sept. 15, 2003, from a “non-hostile weapons discharge.”
“Peterson objected to the interrogation techniques used on prisoners. She refused to participate after only two nights working in the unit known as the cage. Army spokespersons for her unit have refused to describe the interrogation techniques Alyssa objected to. They say all records of those techniques have now been destroyed. …”.
A martyr is described as someone who will give up their life before they renounce their religious beliefs or principals.
Alyssa Peterson became a martyr when she choose, on behalf of her whole Nation, that in giving up her young life the greater importance was not to herself, but to those beliefs, and ideals, she believed were higher, like truth, dignity and honor.
The answer to the question of if Alyssa Peterson has died in vain can only be stated by those she left behind, the entire American Nation that sent her into those barbaric killing fields to torture defenseless human beings. Who will answer her call? Who will hear her plea? Who will remember a woman who should never be forgotten?
US Army Spc. Alyssa R. Peterson Died on September 15, 2003