Sunday, February 6, 2011

Warrant For War Crimes Against Bush

The Swiss have issued a 2500 page warrant for war crimes against Bush and company. He had to cancel a trips to Switzerland to speak to Israeli based supporters. It falls under Nuremberg laws.

It is the first time in history an American president has been travel restricted as Mussolini and Hitler were. It opens a can of worms for American travelers as 147 countries signed on to this can now ask questions such as have you been an accomplice in torture or even written or posted things condoning it. Naturally the MSN is very quiet about this.

(Reuters) - Former President George W. Bush has canceled a visit to Switzerland, where he was to address a Jewish charity gala, due to the risk of legal action against him for alleged torture, rights groups said on Saturday.

Bush was to be the keynote speaker at Keren Hayesod's annual dinner on February 12 in Geneva. But pressure has been building on the Swiss government to arrest him and open a criminal investigation if he enters the Alpine country.

Criminal complaints against Bush alleging torture have been lodged in Geneva, court officials say.

Human rights groups said they had intended to submit a 2,500-page case against Bush in the Swiss city on Monday for alleged mistreatment of suspected militants at Guantanamo Bay, the U.S. naval base in Cuba where captives from Afghanistan, Iraq and other fronts in the so-called War on Terror were interned.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/02/05/us-bush-torture-idUSTRE7141CU20110205

18 comments:

  1. Yup...hehehe...it's true {grin}
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  2. boomerangcomesbackFebruary 6, 2011 at 6:13 PM

    Hopefully the walls are closing in on this war criminal.

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  3. Hopefully the walls shall tumble down on the whole lot of them.

    I heard a story once that seems like dejavu...

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  4. its twu! its twu!

    i watched this on aljazeera at least three times today. i don't think i will ever get tired of hearing the words and seeing the shit-eating grin on the badboy's face.

    next on the new agenda: arrest, trial, imprisonment.

    thanks for spreading some good news.

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  5. Like Louis, Hosni too lives in isolation from the people who go about their business beyond the walls of his presidential palace. Thus, when Mubarak says he loves Egypt and will never run away from his country, he is talking about a place as distant from that of the ordinary citizen as the moon.~Prof Lawrence Davidson

    Orwell wrote 1984 in 1948. It was an allegory of a world that already was. Not the future, but then, as now. Winston lived in a hard core brutal police state, just like ones all over the world today, from the subtle self enforcing maximum security state like Amerika, to full fledged neofeudal/corpratist state of China, or a brutal theocracy like Saudi Arabia or Iran. Only their cover stories differ. The central premise however is the central global power of Big Brother. This translates to the international Money Power. The House of Rothschild, the Illuminati, or a hundred different brands, but all interconnected in a global matrix. This power has existed status quo for beyond a century.
    It is therefore naïve to speak of something that may or may not happen, that is history.
    It happened, and is happening as it has been--in stages.

    What is all an uproar today is that it is the leap fast forward to the fruition period:
    The Global Neofeudal/Corporatist system. Rockefeller's CFR dubs this “The China Model”. A pretty bizarre model, something that would resemble the world of Zardoz—the compound of the elite and a literal slave-world beyond run by an hereditary military priesthood.

    Heaven for the privileged few, and Hell for the rest of humanity. The elites are reaching for this breach, to break the bonds with the lesser masses in some permanent fashion. It has been a history long dream of megalomaniacs. They believe with the control of modern technology they can become as gods to the rest of mankind. They feel entitled to this. They see it as their proper destiny. They utterly mad with hubris.

    And it seems that no matter how many see this clearly and report upon it, their message is swept away like Laocoon on the beach before Troy.

    We have heard Laocoon. Cassandra, the oracles from beyond time to the very moment. We know that the walls are coming down and the great city burned...and more.

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  6. "They utterly mad with hubris."
    ...and why not?
    "A Society of Sheep must in time beget a Government of Wolves" -- Bertrand de Jouvenal
    http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Bush_Administration_War_Crimes_in_Iraq

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  7. I love everything about the Swiss. Their alps, chocolate, army knife, watches, cheese and now THIS. Wish I could afford to move to Switzerland.. I really really do.

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  8. Ha...the eternal romantic aye JG...

    I'll take Tahiti personally. Tweechizone...the fork in the road at that roadsign ahead; to the right there is the Twilight Zone, to the left is Tweechizone, the land of freewill.

    It is rather 'Swisslike' here today...more snow...snow...snow....aaaaaaaaaaaaahhh
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  9. http://beforeitsnews.com/story/399/615/All_Ambassadors_Called_Back_to_Washington.html

    In an unprecedented move, apparently one that has never happened before, nearly all U.S. Ambassadors to all nations have been called back to Washington for a summit conference this week.

    politico.com reports, "Ambassadors from almost all 260 U.S. embassies, consulates and other posts in more than 180 countries are expected to convene at the State Department for what’s being billed as the first meeting of its kind."

    huffingtonpost.com, "Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is convening an unprecedented mass meeting of U.S. ambassadors."

    The first logical thought that comes to mind…
    Looking back at all previous world crisis, what might now be so important, evidently more-so than anything ever in the past, to call all Ambassadors back to Washington?

    Hmmm...???
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  10. ElBaradei is the US choice to lead Egypt. They just cannot be too blatant about it at this point. He is a "player", one of the international "in-crowd", an 'up-and-comer', tapped by the Illuminati some time ago.

    Egyptian “opposition leader” Mohamed ElBaradei said Sunday that Egypt's peace treaty with Israel was "rock solid" and was likely to remain so regardless of the outcome in the current domestic crisis.
    “I assume Egypt will continue to respect it,” ElBaradei told NBC's Meet the Press. “Everyone in Egypt, everyone in the Arab world wants to see an independent Palestinian state.”

    So...how does Egypt continuing the peace treaty with Israel help the establishment of a independent Palestinian state? It has been 64 fucking years of Israel swallowing Palestine a mouthful at a time.

    Also “opposition leader”? The people themselves began this revolution, ElBaradei is merely acting as an opportunist by wedging himself into the picture. Power politics led by the occupying empire is who will always end up calling the shots—until that empire collapses.
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  11. Add Bush to the rest: George HW Bush, Robert McNamara, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Madeline Albright, Paul Wolfowitz, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and the European list.

    CONFIRMED and all still walking free.

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  12. Absolutely Puddy. The only chance of those suckers ever getting just desserts is if the whole system collapses.

    Impunity has been their epitaph for generations.
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  13. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/egypt/8307210/Egypt-uprising-falters-as-negotiations-with-government-begin.html#

    Egypt's popular uprising against Hosni Mubarak faltered on Sunday as opposition leaders including the Muslim Brotherhood embarked on negotiations and the ranks of street protestors was reduced by the arrest of key ringleaders.
    As the veteran president regained some of the initiative lost during nearly a fortnight of street protests, the Brotherhood, Egypt's popular but banned opposition, dropped its opposition to talks.

    Fzzzzzzz.z.....pt...

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  14. The coin of the realm in my land is called the 'cynica', it is a pure one oz gold piece that you can take to the bank.
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  15. yep. they (Egyptians) are being plaid for suckers.

    WE (USAons) don't need to be played for suckers... because we ARE suckers.

    Most korn-kob-stoopid USAons buy into the left-right liberal-conservative republican-democrat fantasy that there actually is a "government" and that it struggles along these fake "ideological" lines. The facade is this:

    There is only ONE "party:" "MONEY" Party. And unless you can- right now- pull out at least 7-digits of ass-paper out of same-said place, YOU ain't in it. So we got Bammo... bending so far backward to be "business friendly" and "small government" that he's about to fall thru his own asshole...

    vs. totally-detached fairyland sock-puppet Teepers and libertines blathering about "tax cuts" and "abortions," perfectly comfortable with the Committee glove up their bum. Soon both "sides" will drop the pretext outright and just start killing us Useless Eaters who remotely question slavery.

    Have a Nice Day.

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  16. Bingo Waldo.

    Nice day? It is friggin freezing here again. Im gettin damb tired of it.
    The weather is just like the state of the "union"..frozen shut.

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  17. I guess the ultimate joke on the psycho ptb will be that they will also be flash frozen like the dinosaurs if there is a dramatic pole shift. Even hiding out in their underground bunkers won't keep them safe forever.

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  18. Did you see Twelve Monkeys JG?

    There are some good shots of those bunkers several generations after the dodo.

    Great film...not mentioned in our Sci Fi list..........

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