7 July, 2013

The Hazards of American Zionism: There’s an International Movement Afoot to Charge American Leaders With War Crimes

Posted by Socrates in "international law", "war on terror", internationalism, Israel, Israel - the facts, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, Socrates, sovereignty, war crimes, War On Israel's Enemies, Zionism, Zionist lobby at 2:13 pm | Permanent Link

You can argue that “international law” is illegal, since it violates the natural sovereignty of countries. But you can also argue that attacking Arab/Muslim countries not for self-defense reasons but only to benefit Israel (e.g., the 2003 Iraq War) is also illegal.

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  7. 8 Responses to “The Hazards of American Zionism: There’s an International Movement Afoot to Charge American Leaders With War Crimes”

    1. fd Says:

      The United States is no more sovereign than a convict. The states are whores to that international creature on the Potomac styled Federal government. Consolidated despotism makes it easy for the Federals to assault the world non-stop.

    2. Sgt. Skull Says:

      Bush/Obama are just carrying out the wishes of the bandit state of Israhell. How ironic that jewess Marjorie Cohn is now documenting Bush’s war crimes. Will she be documenting the many crimes of the Likud party? At any rate, making the U.S. the bad guy and target and international relations blowback was the Israhelli objective while they remain above it all as always.

      BTW, where have all the regular posters been the last several weeks? Makes me think they were all federal agents who got laid off or reassigned.

    3. Nom de Guerre Says:

      The states are whores to that international creature on the Potomac styled Federal government.
      With the latest in furlough cuts here, you always hear the so-called peoples representatives squeel how unfair it is when local bases give those overpaid Federales a 11 day vacation… For some reason the local Pigs always get their raises

    4. fd Says:

      It is strange that regulars have seemingly abandoned this website.

      Awhile back I clicked on to a text that was attached to a subject on this website and instantly got a computer virus. Maybe others had the same misfortune.

    5. Dave Says:

      FD. That can happen absolutely anywhere . I have clicked on many innocent links and gotten viruses. I was a regular poster,I am still here but don’t post as much. I have been busy with a lot of other things. Family. Activities etc etc. You get it. Maybe others are the same .

    6. fd Says:

      This is true, Dave. My postings are not consistent. I may not post for a month or more and then post a lot for several weeks.

      There is a strange feeling.

      “By the pricking of my thumb something wicked this way comes”

    7. Varg Says:

      There aren’t any viruses on here. Certain web browsers use a new feature called ‘safebrowsing’ where they will flag a website as potentially infected and show a warning. The warning doesn’t necessarily mean the site or file has an infection, just that at one time there was a link to another flagged website. For instance, sometimes on VNNForum someone will post an image that is hosted on a flagged website, and safebrowsing will flag VNNforum as dangerous for linking to the bad site. It doesn’t matter if the link is to an innocent image (images can’t be infected with viruses), it just flags anything linking to the whole flagged domain, regardless of if it’s an infected file or not. It’s sort of guilt by association (even if the file linked to isnt infected, just that the site is flagged as a whole)

      I’m not sure if this is what you’re talking about, or if it showed the warning I’m describing. But if you got an actual virus warning about your computer being being infected, how do you know it came from this website? A lot of people have viruses and automatically assume it’s coming from the site they were last on.

    8. fd Says:

      I didn’t detail how I got the virus. Let me do it now: I clicked on a link that was attached to the subject on this website and instantly got the virus. You know the drill. You read the text on whatever website and then you come back to this site and write your statement as I am doing now.