Monday, May 5, 2008

Have I mentioned lately

that George Bush and Dick Cheney are war criminals and your a dick if you defend them.


Anonymous said...

Have I mentioned lately you may be cute but you are dead wrong. Think global peace not global pieces.

Bello Velo said...

No I am not dead wrong and you must be a dick. Think justice! There will never be peace until these criminals face justice.

Marcus Samuels said...

Thanks for speaking up! They are war criminals and should be prosecuted. Sounds like anonymous wears a helmet and continues to hit their head.
Or maybe anonymous is just dumb. It happens.

1. George Bush and Dick Cheney ordered a War of Aggression against Iraq. This constitutes a Crime Against Peace - for which Nazi leaders were prosecuted at the Nuremberg Trials - and violates the UN Charter.

Iraq never attacked the US or threatened an attack, so the US was not acting legally in self-defense, which is permitted under the UN Charter.

Iraq played no role in the September 11, 2001 attack on the US and never provided material support to any terrorist group that attacked the US, so even the non-legal Bush doctrine of pre-emptive attack did not apply.

At the time of the US attack, Iraq was nearing full compliance with UN Resolution 1441 and prior resolutions requiring disarmament, and the majority of the Security Council believed UN inspectors should be given more time, so the US was not enforcing UN resolutions, as it claims.
George Bush and Dick Cheney ordered the invasion of Iraq in order to bring about a regime change, which was never authorized by a UN resolution, and violates the UN Charter.

A Crime Against Peace is defined as "planning, preparation, initiation or waging of a war of aggression, or a war in violation of international treaties, agreements or assurances, or participation in a common plan or conspiracy for the accomplishment of any of the foregoing." By invading Iraq, Bush has committed a Crime Against Peace.

2. George Bush and Dick Cheney ordered the bombing of civilian areas like Baghdad (with 5 million innocent civilians) and Basra. This resulted in the deaths of hundreds of non-combatants, in violation of Geneva Convention (IV) Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, August 12, 1949.

Article 3(1): The following acts are and shall remain prohibited at any time and in any place whatsoever with respect to [non-combatants]: (a) violence to life and person, in particular murder of all kinds, mutilation, cruel treatment and torture.

The independent Web site is documenting each Iraqi civilian death, based on reports from at least two mainstream Western media organizations (AP, Reuters, CNN, etc.)

Tyler said...

Damn eat that shit you Republican Cyclist

clintpatty said...

It seems like that reply is implying I wrote the original anonymous one. My anonymous replies are stuff like I won't be there or the weather is nice or a reply to someone else's reply when it's clear that it's me because they were replying to something I wrote. My replies that express republican/libertarian or at least something other than far left views always have my name.

Bello Velo said...

I think you got it all wrong clint. You do seem to be a right winged republican but I don't think tyler was referring to you.

Repeat 3 times "Its not about me"

And yes you do always stand behind your comments.

clintpatty said...

"Sounds like anonymous wears a helmet and continues to hit their head." was why I thought it was about me, seeing as I do wear a helmet and continue to hit my head. I wouldn't call myself republican.