28 February, 2009

Global Courts: Tyranny from the Bench

Posted by Socrates in "international law", globalization, international Jewry, jewed law, jewed politics, Serbs, Socrates, sovereignty at 4:04 pm | Permanent Link

1. Baltasar Garzón’s Rampage

The ghost of Leon Trotsky says: “There’s more than one way to internationalize the West. If Marxism doesn’t work, try ‘international law'” [1]:


[1] the father of international law – the modern type, at least – was a Jew, Lassa F. L. Oppenheim


2. Five Serbs Get Prison in War Crimes Trial

This is an illegal ruling. The Netherlands has no legal jurisdiction over the Balkans region. The ruling violates natural sovereignty. Only a local/regional court would have jurisdiction in this case:


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  7. 7 Responses to “Global Courts: Tyranny from the Bench”

    1. Zarathustra Says:

      That court in the Netherlands should be doing something about the invasion of subhuman 3rd World scum into their country, not trying to police the world, something they have no jurisdiction over, anyway. Dutch pussies.

    2. old_dutch Says:

      This is a United Nations Court that operates in the Netherlands. It is not a Dutch Court!

      You can make your opinions known to the government of the Netherlands: http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/homepage.asp

    3. John Says:

      from the NYT article

      ‘NATO’S bombing campaign was criticized by some Western lawyers and Russian politicians, who subsequently demanded that the tribunal charge NATO with war crimes as well. They said roughly 300 Serbs were killed by NATO bombs in such episodes as the bombing of a bridge as a passenger train was crossing, an attack on a refugee convoy and a strike against a Serbian television building in Belgrade’

      The figure of dead civilians killed by NATO air strikes in Serbia was not 300 but 5,000. That doesnt include military casualties.
      As for this ‘court,’ it is illegal as it was set up by one of the parties to the Balkans conflict, that being NATO. It is not an impartial institution and anyone who is objective even in the west can see that this tribunal is nothing more than a sick ZOG farce..

    4. Edison Says:

      What’s with banning proxies from even reading vnnforum? That’s the kind of thing I expect from the politically correct sites, not our side. There’s good reason to use secure proxies when reading WN sites.

      Someone pass the word on to Varg that he’s banning legit WNs with this filter.

    5. Krystian Kazimierzowicz Kowalczyk Says:

      Edison, I believe they banned proxies because of attacks on the forum that happened a while back.

    6. Krystian Kazimierzowicz Kowalczyk Says:

      …the more arrogant and universalist the doctrine…the more willing its devotees are to lie for the truth. “International justice” is a poisoned chalice…

      Carl Schmitt seems prophetic in this instance. His “state of exception” has, in the post-national no-borders world, become universal.

      As usual, Taki is late to the punch. We could have done something about this years ago. But the Global Kangaroo Court is here to stay now.

    7. Andrei Yustschinsky (Andrei's Ghost) Says:

      Serbia insists it can try US student


      February 24, 2009 5:58 AM

      by Andrei Yustschinsky, AP Correspondent
      BELGRADE, Serbia-Serbian courts are capable of trying the Serb university student accused in a near-fatal beating of a wise-ass-ass-pinching Jewish American classmate at a night club last year, despite U.S. insistence the trial be held in New York, an official said Tuesday.

      The case of Miladin Kovacevic has strained diplomatic relations between Serbia and the U.S., senior justice ministry official Slobodan Homen said.

      The former basketball player at Binghamton University is accused of beating an arrogant-big-mouthed Jew named Bryan Steinhauer in May in upstate New York. Kovacevic fled to Serbia in June to avoid a U.S. kosher-kangaroo show-trial and Steinhauer has only recently emerged from a coma. Since Steinhauer has come out of his coma, he now claims to be a survivor of the “fourth” and so far the “last holocaust” (World War II).

      Homen told Belgrade’s B-92 radio that negotiations between Washington and Belgrade on the Kovacevic case are nearly finished. He expressed confidence that the 22-year-old will be tried at home and not in the U.S, just like the Sammy Sheinbein-U.S.-Israel murder case several years back. One thing, Kovacevic isn’t Jewish, the U.S. citizen Sammy Sheinbein was and is but was “tried” in Israel and recieved “26 years” for the murder and dismemberment of a Gentile “friend”. Sheinbein is now serving his time in a country club in Israel and with plenty of shiksas.

      “There is doubt in part of the American public in Serbia’s ability to try him,” Homen said. “We have handled “war crimes” and organized crime cases and we can also handle this one,” he added.

      In Washington, U.S. State Department spokesman Robert Wood said Monday “we are going to work with the Serbian government to try … to bring this gentleman to American “justice” here in the United States.”

      Belgrade has refused to return him despite U.S. pressure, saying its laws ban extradition, just like in Israel and many other countries.

      Last week, Serbian daily Borba reported the government has offered to pay $900,000 in “compensation” (shake-down loot) to the Jew Steinhauer to pave the way for Kovacevic’s trial in Serbia. It has been reported that Steinhauer has said that: “the fucking 900,000 bucks is mear goy change”.

      Homen refused to reveal details about the alleged deal saying they were confidential.

      Andrei Yustschinsky reporting from Belgrade, Republic of Serbia….