posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 10:09 AM
Originally posted by hadriana
You don't DO that. No matter how tough it makes you seem and how much of a bump it gives you in the polls. You don't hop on public TV and call for
someone's murder at any cost. We have courts. We have law.
Of course Assange has embarrassed these people so bad they seem to have forgotten that.
Of course the US does that, they've been doing it for over a decade now. George "the idiot" Bush, put up a deck of cards, with men he wanted
murdered. Bin Ladin was murdered and dumped into the sea ... of course, "everyone knows" Bin Ladin did it ... yeah right ... did what? Yeah, right
... from his cave in Afghanistan ... and then conveniently murdered when he was of no use.
There is a court for all this, but unfortunately the courts have only "americans" in them (the Haag). And it's not a court, it's an Inquisiition. Do
you know the difference, between an Inquisition and a court? In a court you actually have a probability of getting out,if you can prove your
innocense ... in an Inquisition, it's just a formality to judge you. Which do you think the Haag is? And if leaders of nations can be charged with
crimes committed under their rules, why is GW Bush walking free? Is there a "doubt" there were crimes committed during his reign? Of course not ...
but in the case of the US, the crime is committed by the guy with the Gun. When it's your enemy, the crime committed is the responsibility of the
surpreme commander ...
The "people" in Syria are committing the crimes ... the "people" who are walking with Guns, and dressing themselves up as Soldiers. It's not Assad
walking along the streets, and committing these crimes on his own ... but the US, gives mass murderers an escape clause ... "Murder Assad, and we'll
forgive you for murdering women and children".
So, in effect, the US and Britain, have been "calling" for mass murder for decades. And the murderers go free, if they do "the US biddings". And in
some cases, even rewarded with millions, as was the case in Iraq.
There is full reason, to take these "threats" seriously.
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