Sunday, October 05, 2008

Remembering Those Who Got Us Here

... the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.”
Project for the New American CenturyRebuilding America’s Defenses, p. 51
Download this must read document released just one short year before the tragic events of September 11th.

Let's bring the troops home to arrest and prosecute Terror INC. and the boundless, devoid of conscience war machine called greed that drives them. Anyone remember the infamous,
"a vote for Bush is a vote for God?"

The Council for National Policy, which is loaded with "the Family" (right wing religious mafia) PLACED Palin on the Republican Guard ticket.
She is a woman..that much is true. Other than that she is a misogynist whose platform is further right than Jesse Helmes. (double click image to enlarge)

Apparently its okay for George Bush to take this nation to war on a lie, to be responsible, criminally responsible for well over 100,000 deaths, but it’s not okay to prosecute him. Not only isn’t it okay to prosecute him, it isn’t even okay to talk about prosecuting him. This is unbelievable what’s going on in this country. How can we have a country where they permit a president to do what he did and they do absolutely nothing to him except to try to protect him?” Vincent Bugliosi

Foreign and international prosecution

The participants analyzed the status of and possibilities for foreign prosecution of U.S. high-level civilians and/or generals in foreign domestic courts under universal jurisdiction. The recent failed efforts in Germany and France with regard to Rumsfeld were noted. It was pointed out, however, that we should take advantage of the fact that more and more countries are enacting universal jurisdiction legislation. Efforts in England against similar persons in the English political establishment were noted. One of the more interesting tactics described started with over 200 citizens going to their local police stations in England and reporting a crime had been committed - referring to the Iraq War or torture. The police have a duty to investigate and this is a manner in which the ordinary citizen in England could get the wheels of justice rolling.
As to international prosecution, the participants discussed the possibility of referrals to the International Criminal Court of United States high-level civilians and/or generals based on crimes committed in countries which adhere to the ICC. It was noted that prosecutors in a number of foreign countries have based their politically motivated dismissals of complaints against high US officials on the mistaken notion that the accused would be prosecuted in the US (the principle of complementarity) as well as on incorrect theories of immunity. The view discussed at the conference was that domestic U.S. efforts and foreign and/or international efforts for criminal prosecution should go forward at the same time so as each can help the other advance as fast as practicable.

The world has watched the U.S. slide further and further under a corrupt, criminal corporate rule that directs contracts to companies involved in the sex slave trade, tortures, and guts the only thing they had worn to defend _ the constitution and all with utter if they walked on water.

Bush looks directly into the camera and states, "we do not torture." It makes no matter that the WORLD has seen precisely what the Americans do to other human beings whose countries they invade for the direct enrichment of Halliburton, Bechtel, and the other profiteers.

What is really the height of blasphemy is the implication that they are doing any of this "in the name of Jesus"...although they certainly do seem to walk on water where the law is concerned.


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