George W. Bush guilty of war crimes
Thu Sep 23, 2004 17:50
International Criminal Tribunal findings: George W. Bush guilty of war crimes
In the final opinion of the court, Judge Niloufer Bhagwat, rules against Bush.
Citing: George Walker Bush, President of the United States and Commander
-in-Chief of US military forces for serious crimes ; waging a war of aggression
on Afghanistan, war crimes and crimes against humanity against the Afghan
people, against prisoners of war ; and the use of radioactive depleted uranium
weapons of mass destruction , against the people of Afghanistan ; with serious
fall out effects on the military personnel of the United States ,UK and other
forces deployed ; and on countries, in and around the region.
In a court action not seen since Nuremburg, 1946, the court issued its ruling in
no uncertain terms that the US has used weapons of mass destruction, protracting
an illegal military conflict, and crimes against humanity. Very serious
The entire ruling can be found at:
Bush has never acknowledged this ruling, nor was the American people ever
informed of it. Is the concealment an effort by Bush to keep the American people
in the dark about what is really happening in the world?
In the final findings, the court said: "The Defendant [George Walker Bush] is a
convicted war criminal consequently unfit to hold public office ; citizens
,soldiers and all civil personnel of the United States would be constitutionally
and otherwise , justified in withdrawing all co-operation from the Defendant and
his government ; and in declining to obey illegal orders of the Defendant and
his administration ;including military orders threatening other nations or the
people of the United States on the basis of the Nuremberg Principle, that
illegal orders of Superior must not be obeyed".
The court has also faulted the US for using weapons of mass destruction;
something the US invaded Iraq for in an effort to halt the creation of WDMs. The
UN inspectors have said that Iraq did not have WDMs, the US can show
no evidence that Iraq even had WDMs.
The court has also introduced a new word into the vocabulary of court
proceedings and that is: "omnicide" - in relationship to the US"s use of
depleted uranium that retains it"s radioactive threat for approximately 4.5
billion years. Not only are the present victims of American hostilities directly
suffering the after effects of radioactive poisoning, but future generations
will suffer equally.
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