Torture, invasion, ...now napalm. Bush was arrested in Canada, according to this CNN article. It is not on television, or in the papers, so it
officially hasn't happened. This article is from CNN, however, and hard to dismiss outright. Judge for yourself.
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin released a written statement indicating that "proceedings have commenced against President George W. Bush under
the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act (s. 9(3))."
Irwin Cotler, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, had began an investigation into the alleged crimes of the Bush administration on the
basis of reports prepared by human rights organizations, journalists and scholars as well as recent decisions by U.S. courts.
"Let this serve as a warning to any current or former official of the Bush administration, like Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld," said Cotler,
"that they enter Canada at their own risk."
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I find this extremely bizarre. Being from CNN gives it credibility beyond typical political satire. If it is real, it has been swept under the rug,
for the most part. If it is an ouright lie, then, why? Is CNN trying to instigate and foster anti-Canadian sentiments in the U.S.?
The date on the article is November 29th, so there's been plenty of time for this story to break.
Talk about mixed emotions. I want it to be true, yet I can't help feel Canada might become the next entry on the "axis of evil" list.
Why doesn't America arrest it's own criminals? Don't let them steal America, America!
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