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Put Kofi Annan on Trial for Crimes Against Humanity

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posted on Nov, 29 2004 @ 12:09 PM
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Kofi Annan was the original author of the Oil for Food scam. He and the entire UN should be put on trial for crimes against humanity for funding terrorism through the Oil for Food Scam. Opinions?

[edit on 29-11-2004 by DrHoracid]




posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:34 AM
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He definately should be put on trial for his role in
stealing billions from the Iraqis. He should be put
on trial for allowing the mass murders in Rwanda
and Iraq, and for doing nothing about them. He
should be put on trial for allowing the mass rapes
and the pedophiles to run amok in the UN refugee
camps .... all while whining about America going to
war in Iraq (which cut off his incoming illegal booty
that he was stealing from the Iraqis). He should be
put on trial for allowing his security council members -
France, Germany, and Russia - to sell their security
council votes.......

But he won't be put on trial. Know why? Because he
is a Euro-centric Anti-American criminal. And since it
is entirely in voque to be a Euro-Centric Anti-American,
he will get away with murder, theft, and consipracy in
regards to allowing the rapes and pedophilia to run
amok on his watch.



posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:45 AM
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Originally posted by DrHoracid
Kofi Annan was the original author of the Oil for Food scam. He and the entire UN should be put on trial for crimes against humanity for funding terrorism through the Oil for Food Scam. Opinions?

[edit on 29-11-2004 by DrHoracid]


Try the Bush cabal for war crimes, crimes against humanity, crimes against nature and crimes against sanity.



Group to file war crimes suit against U.S. over Abu Ghraib abuse in German courts
Filed under: General— site admin @ 3:30 pm Email This
By John Byrne | RAW STORY Editor

Group that won Guantánamo ruling targets U.S. over Abu Ghraib

Lawyers acting for a U.S. advocacy group will file war crimes charges in Germany against senior U.S. administration officials for their alleged role in torture at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

The charges, which will be filed Tuesday, name Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, former Central Intelligence Agency director George Tenet, the former leading U.S. general in Iraq Ricardo Sanchez and seven other officials, according to a German newspaper.

“German law in this area is leading the world,” Peter Weiss, vice president of the New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), a human rights group, was quoted as saying in Frankfurter Rundschau newspaper’s Tuesday edition.
www.bluelemur.com...



posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:44 PM
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The U.S.A. is the biggest monetary contributer to the U.N. And what do we get...ATTACKED BY EVERY THUG AND DICTATOR OUT THERE!!! I think it's time to pull out of the U.N. and kick them out of the U.S. Let them run to the surrender monkeys in France. Let the french and world dictators foot their bill. I think they won't last long. This country hasn't survived almost 250 years by controlling it's people...(Although today they are trying) It has survived, by letting people be FREE!!! ALL PEOPLE WANT FREEDOM...



posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:49 PM
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Mr. Annan's misdemeanor doesnt compare with the real crimes commited by our own.



posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:51 PM
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Interesting how the list of "enemies" of the United States is getting longer... first it was France, Russia and Germany, then the UN, and now it seems to be all of Europe.

I guess all we other countries are in the wrong. Because obviously, the United States can never be wrong. How outlandish would that be?

And God forbid there should be any corruption or crimes committed by the United States government or military! No, the U.S. only spreads freedom and everything it does smells like roses...


What, Halliburton? The Saudi connection? Oh no, don't look that way, look at how evil Kofi is, don't look at us!



posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:55 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
He definately should be put on trial for his role in
stealing billions from the Iraqis. He should be put
on trial for allowing the mass murders in Rwanda
and Iraq, and for doing nothing about them.


Kofi didn't become Secretary General of the UN until 1997, years after the Rwanda genocide. How can you hold him accountable for Rwanda?

Also, will you put Bush and Cheney on trial for stealing billions of dollars of Iraqi oil money and giving it to American contractors instead of the Iraqis?

[edit on 30-11-2004 by AceOfBase]



posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:56 PM
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Originally posted by DrHoracid
Kofi Annan was the original author of the Oil for Food scam. He and the entire UN should be put on trial for crimes against humanity for funding terrorism through the Oil for Food Scam. Opinions?

[edit on 29-11-2004 by DrHoracid]


Actually it was The United States behind it. Ill get a link.

Wait, after re-reading Im assuming your not talking about the Actual "Oil For Food" Plan, just the Scam Part?

[edit on 30-11-2004 by TrickmastertricK]



posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 08:57 PM
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Yeah, lets put kofi Annan on trial but first let get Mr. Bush and his cronies first.


It should fair and square equal opportunities for all the murderers out there.



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:44 AM
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Originally posted by dgtempe
Mr. Annan's misdemeanor doesnt compare with the real crimes commited by our own.


20+ BILLION dollars stolen from the Iraqis is not a misdemeanor.
Turning his back on the mass murders of Iraqis, the rapes, the
torture when he is in charge of an organization that was supposed
to be looking out for the people is not a misdemeanor. The theft
of that 20+BILLION directly took food away from hungry people,
directly took education and health care away .... Annan KILLED
people through his theft. Definately NOT a misdemeanor.



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:47 AM
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Originally posted by AceOfBase
Kofi didn't become Secretary General of the UN until 1997, years after the Rwanda genocide. How can you hold him accountable for Rwanda?

Also, will you put Bush and Cheney on trial for stealing billions of dollars of Iraqi oil money and giving it to American contractors instead of the Iraqis?


*checked the UN info* Okay ... we will 'just' charge Annan with
the IRAQ and SUDAN genocides and murders and rapes and thefts.

And no, Bush did not steal billions by awarding the contracts to
American companies. They were the only ones that could do the
job. And no ... none of the contracts should have gone to France
or any other country that didn't help in the liberation. They weren't
willing to fight to liberate ... they blocked liberation ... then their
companies don't get to work in Iraq. It's very simple and it's very fair.



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:57 AM
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Did some checking on dates when the US was refusing to pay its "dues" to the UN. It was around the time Kofi (the theif) Annan was appointed Sec-Gen. I am now convinced Oil-For-Food was a scam to make the UN money from the very start of the program. The UN was cash poor when Kofi took over. This can not be just a coincidence...............



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 06:59 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
20+ BILLION dollars stolen from the Iraqis is not a misdemeanor.
Turning his back on the mass murders of Iraqis, the rapes, the
torture when he is in charge of an organization that was supposed
to be looking out for the people is not a misdemeanor. The theft
of that 20+BILLION directly took food away from hungry people,
directly took education and health care away .... Annan KILLED
people through his theft. Definately NOT a misdemeanor.


Annan did not steal the money from the Iraqis.
Saddam squeezed out $20 billion in oil sales and kickbacks during the years of sanctions. Some of that took place even before the Oil For Food program even started.

Read up on the Oil For Food program instead of just listening to Fox

Alertnet
The largest of these arrangements was with Jordan – revenue from which totaled about $4.5 billion. This trade arrangement was the single largest source of Iraqi income outside the OFF program. From 1990 until the OFF program began in late 1996, "Jordan was the key to Iraq's financial survival," according to the report. Why didn't "the UN" do something about it? Because the Security Council – where the United States was by far the single most influential member – decided in May 1991 that no action would be taken to interfere in Iraq's trade with Jordan, America's closest ally in the Arab world.

Likewise, the maritime smuggling that took place under the nose of "the UN" in fact took place under the nose of something called the Multinational Interception Force, a group of member nations that responded to the general invitation of the Security Council for nations to interdict Iraqi smuggling. The "UN" Multinational Interception Force turns out to have consisted almost entirely of the US Navy. The commander of the MIF was at every point, from 1991 to 2003, a rear admiral or vice admiral from the US Fifth Fleet.


Now lets take a look at the mass murders of Iraqis.
The Anfal campaign took place in 1988 when the US was still friends with the US. Kofi had nothing to do with that.

Another mass murder took place in 1991 after the Shia uprising that followed the Gulf War. Kofi had nothing to do with that either.



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:09 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
And no, Bush did not steal billions by awarding the contracts to
American companies. They were the only ones that could do the
job.


That's total BS.
The US companies are doing a lousy job over there.
The Iraqis still don't have clean water or a consistent supply of electricity.

The Iraqis could have done much of the work over there and done it cheaper which would have made the money last longer.

The US also seemed to do an even worse job of keeping track of Iraqi money.


MSNBC
WASHINGTON - At least $8.8 billion in Iraqi funds that was given to Iraqi ministries by the former U.S.-led authority there cannot be accounted for, according to a draft U.S. audit set for release soon...

...The development fund is made up of proceeds from Iraqi oil sales, frozen assets from foreign governments and surplus from the U.N. oil for food program. Its handling has already come under fire in a U.N.-mandated audit released last month.


That's $8.8 billion in less than two years.
Way to go. You outpaced Saddam and the UN.



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:14 PM
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Yep, if the Annan should be sent up for war crimes, so should most of the US... After all we did bring Sadaam into power. Isn`t the reason we went to war with Iraq was WMD and Terrorism???
So, we went to war against something we definately helped to finance ourselves.... eh hemmmm



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:17 PM
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"Did some checking on dates when the US was refusing to pay its "dues" to the UN. It was around the time Kofi (the theif) Annan was appointed Sec-Gen"

Actually, the U.S. was refusing to pay its due as long as Boutros Boutros-Ghali was at the helm of the UN. According to these sources below, the U.S. asked Africa to come up with other African candidates (it was still Africa's turn to have the Secretary General position).


Clinton officials also were saying privately that the U.N. needed more aggressive reform than Boutros-Ghali seemed able or willing to provide. And they said it would be hard to persuade a Republican-led Congress to pay off America’s $1.45 billion in unpaid U.N. dues as long as Boutros-Ghali was at the helm... *snip* And now the Americans were going to insist that the Africans come up with other candidates if they wanted to keep this position for Africa for another five years. And they sat by and kind of waited for Africa to act.


www.pbs.org...

Here we have a chronology of the 1996 election to replace Boutros-Ghali.


9 December 1996 (...) Well-informed observers say that France is blocking Annan, who is seen as the US candidate, while the US and Britain are blocking all the Francophone candidates.(...)

12 December 1996: The Security Council again has a poll. Annan gets 13 positive votes on the first and 14 on the second, with even Egypt voting in his favor. France alone blocks his candidacy.(...)

13 December 1996: On a rainy Friday the 13th, the Security Council consults again. The French have decided to change position and not to veto Annan.


www.globalpolicy.org...
www.npr.org...

EDITED to add bold text



[edit on 1-12-2004 by Otts]



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:31 PM
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This article is interesting... from MSN.

slate.msn.com...


Kofi Annan is the perfect secretary-general for an age of U.S. triumphalism. It used to be that the Cold War stymied the United Nations. Today the United States does. It is dominant in politics, economics, culture. To the rest of the world, U.S. foreign policy is "We're Number One-ism"--an insufferable combination of gloating and bullying. The United States has its own ill feelings toward the United Nations... *snip*

Since he took over as secretary-general 13 months ago, Annan has begun to do the improbable: restore America's faith in the United Nations and the United Nations' faith in America.... *snip*

America's reputation is at an ebb in U.N. Plaza. The United States owes more than $1 billion in U.N. peacekeeping dues. These arrears are crippling the United Nations, which gets a quarter of its $2.6-billion budget from the United States. The organization has already curtailed essential activities, and may be forced to shut down next year if the Americans don't pay.


Could it be that if the UN has had problems with its peacekeeping missions, it's because the U.S. hasn't paid its dues?

For those who say that this was only under the Clinton administration... this last article is dated from 2003.

www.betterworldfund.org...



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 07:56 PM
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Originally posted by Otts
This article is interesting... from MSN.
Could it be that if the UN has had problems with its peacekeeping missions, it's because the U.S. hasn't paid its dues?

For those who say that this was only under the Clinton administration... this last article is dated from 2003.

www.betterworldfund.org...




Thanks Otts it seems that for those that wants US to stop payment to the UN got its wishes 1 billion dollar ago


Funny I see what you mean by they "can not afford peace makers"

Sad but true, I find funny that the US owns money to somebody.



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 08:11 PM
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Off Topic..... for a moment..Is there something wrong at ATS? I couldnt get in by clicking recent posts...Anyone?
This is the only way i could post something.



posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by AceOfBase
That's total BS.
The US companies are doing a lousy job over there.
The Iraqis still don't have clean water or a consistent supply of electricity.

Yes, and I suppose this is because the contractors are leaning on their shovels trading jokes, and taking 2 hour lunch breaks, right?

Get real. It's because the "freedom fighters" that so many of you adore are constantly murdering innocents and blowing up the very pipelines that are the Iraqi people's bloodlines.




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