Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Hypocrisy

The New York Times recently reported:
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in The Hague on Monday sought arrest warrants for Col. Muammar al-Qaddafi of Libya, his son and his brother-in-law on charges of orchestrating systematic attacks against civilians that amount to crimes against humanity.

The chief prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, said that Colonel Qaddafi, his son Seif al-Islam Qaddafi and his brother-in-law Abdullah al-Sanousi formed an inner circle that crushed peaceful demonstrations and ordered the use of live ammunition and heavy weapons against protestors.
As if the Zionist occupied U.S. government and Western forces have not systematically targeted civilians in the various countries currently being bombed and destroyed as a result of the Zionist FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB on 9/11.


Reuters reports:
Foreign troops killed an Afghan child and wounded four others when responding to insurgent fire in volatile eastern Kunar province, the provincial Governor said on Monday, the third accidental killing of young civilians in less than a week.
I'm not a fan of international organizations like the International Criminal Court.  Countries should be left to handle their own affairs, free from outside interference, provocation and manipulation.  But isn't the hypocrisy just astounding these days?  The U.S. government, in cahoots with NATO and Western military forces, has been obliterating entire nations for years now, and not a peep from the crooks at the International Criminal Court.  Maybe it's time for patriotic citizens to start arresting heads of state and others in the global power elite network behind the criminality, destruction and murder we're seeing all over the world today?



2 comments:

  1. Excellent blogg! Enlightening, relevant, and straight to the truth. I shall be sharing and visiting regularly. Keep up the good work.

    EW (international Anti-Zionist Solidarity!)

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