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'The apparent high-level architects of torture should think twice before planning their next vacation to places like Acapulco or the French Riviera because they may find themselves under arrest.'
I could think of a couple of elected US officials who should be arrested and tried for War Crimes.
Originally posted by Djarums
How about a dose of reality folks? Ready for it? There does not exist anyone on this planet who is capable of surrounding the sitting President of the United States, taking him into custody, withstanding the firestorm of consequences for doing so, and forcing him to stand trial.
I don't care if you don't like Bush, America, or me. That is reality. It ain't happening. Entertaining it is a waste of brainpower.
Originally posted by Hlodde
Here is something from Bill O'Riley's web site about Amnesty Intl "declaring war" on us as he puts it. I was suprised by this as well. I thought Amnesty Int'l wasn't an extreme organization. Here is the link:
Here is the actual text:
"In a shocking display of belligerence, the human rights organization Amnesty International is accusing the USA of committing illegal acts and is actually threatening American leaders. A statement by Amnesty International says this: 'The apparent high-level architects of torture should think twice before planning their next vacation to places like Acapulco or the French Riviera because they may find themselves under arrest.' Can you believe it? There's no question that AI is a far-left outfit, but now it has become openly hostile to the US on the terror issue. Amnesty International has called Guantanamo Bay 'the gulag of our time' and has listed the United States as one of the worst human rights abusers in the world. AI is not an objective human rights group - it's a far left outfit that sympathizes with people who kill Americans."
edited: added text from O'Riley's website
[edit on 26-5-2005 by Hlodde]