Thursday, December 16, 2010

HOW DEEP AND HOW WIDE IS THE COVERUP AND CORRUPTION?

Citizens around the world must band together and demand transparency from their governments, as well as hold them accountable for crimes committed in all our names.

If what we hear about a grand jury being assembled to indict Julian Assange for conspiracy or "act of espionage" is true, then citizens of the world must unite and demand that George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and anyone who has broken International Law (and specifically the Geneva Conventions) or lied/deceived their citizens in order to engage in and/or profit from war, should be brought before an International Criminal Tribunal and/or International Citizen's Tribunal. Furthermore, any DOJ (Dept. of Justice) or political official who fails to prosecute those guilty of breaking International Law (or specifically the Geneva Conventions) or fails to prosecute those who have lied/deceived its citizens in order to engage (or continue to engage) in, and/or profit from war, should also be brought before an International Criminal Tribunal and/or International Citizen's Tribunal.

This looking to prosecute/assassinate and lay blame on scapegoats for exposing heinous lies (by our governments) and crimes committed by our governments must stop now, and the real criminals (those who have tortured, committed gross atrocities against innocent civilians, and have caused the reckless killing of innocent civilians) brought before a court of law.

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View the Above Video at: http://www.freespeech.org/video/democracy-now-wednesday-december-15-2010
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View the Above Video at: http://www.freespeech.org/video/democracy-now-friday-december-17-2010
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Ellsberg, Other Anti-War Protesters to Chain Themselves to White House Fence (from Dan Froomkin - HuffPo reporting, December 15, 2010)
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"How the U.S. Can Now Extradite Assange
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Richard Holbrooke

Pentagon Papers

Vietnam War

Iraq War

Afghanistan

Jeremy Scahill

Amy Goodman
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Amy Goodman of Democracy Now - on Democracy in the Middle East

February 19, 2011






Arianna Huffington: The Media Gets It Wrong on WikiLeaks: It's About Broken Trust, Not Broken Condoms
by Arianna Huffington, December 16, 2010
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For Red Cross, Aid Conditions In Afghanistan At Their Worst - NYTimes.com by Alissa J. Rubin, December 15, 2010
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Obama's Liberty Problem: Why Indefinite Detention by Executive Order Should Scare the Hell Out of People | | AlterNet by Bill Quigley, December 23, 2010



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3 comments:

Clevelands Secret Club said...

Read:
"Obama's Liberty Problem: Why Indefinite Detention by Executive Order Should Scare the Hell Out of People" by Bill Quigley, December 23, 2010


http://www.alternet.org/story/149314/obama%27s_liberty_problem%3A_why_indefinite_detention_by_executive_order_should_scare_the_hell_out_of_people?page=entire

Anonymous said...

GOOD ARTICLE:
IRAQ TIMELINE
http://kaystreet.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/lie-by-lie-a-timeline-of-how-we-got-into-iraq/#comment-135961

Anonymous said...

Good article on Iraq timeline:
http://kaystreet.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/lie-by-lie-a-timeline-of-how-we-got-into-iraq/#comment-135961