Obama is accomplice to GW Bush regime's war crimes
by aiding and abetting fugitive GW Bush regime
Tuesday, May. 10, 2011 at 6:23 PM
The recent official declaration of the death of Osama Bin Laden means that now OBL cannot ever be brought to trial to provide the courts with testimony that could have shown that GW Bush had foreknowledge of 9/11 and purposefully ignored the repeated warnings. Aiding and abetting the fugutive war criminal of the GW Bush regime makes Obama an accomplice to war crimes.
Pres. Obama is an accomplice to the war crimes of the GW Bush regime for aiding and abetting the fugitive GW Bush regime who remain escapees from a much needed war crimes tribunal.
If some civilian were to hide and shelter a fugitive murderer in their home, they would be arrested and charged with aiding and abetting a fugitive murderer.
This same concept needs to apply to our elected officials, right up the Pres. Obama. His abject refusal to hold the GW Bush regime accountable for war crimes (torture violates Geneva Conventions, illegal invasion of Iraq based upon deceptive WMD disinfo) despite overwhelming evidence indicates that he is making a purposeful decision to aid and abet the fugitive war criminals of the GW Bush regime.
Whether Bin Laden died of natural causes (Marfan syndrome) in 2001 (as was mentioned by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated in Pakistan by an extremist) or some other time between then and now is irrelevent. Since he is now officially declared as dead he cannot ever be brought to trial and give possible testimony in a U.S. court that could show how GW Bush had foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks and purposefully ignored the warnings.
Basically Pres. Obama is GW Bush Term 3 with a better vocabulary, darker skin tone and a hotter first lady. Outside of these differences; the new boss is the same as the old boss, the neoconservative and neoliberal fascist status quo remains in the dedicated service of the corporatist military industrial complex, NOT the people of the U.S.!!
IF Pres. Obama continues to refuse to do his job and bring GW Bush in for a war crimes tribunal, we the people will take matters into our own hands. Following the predictable conviction of GW Bush regime for war crimes, we the people will next try Obama for aiding and abetting GW Bush for war crimes. Do NOT underestimate the will of the people for justice!
(Remember what happened to Ms. Marie Antionette and the other royal cake eaters during the French Revolution? This time we will need to add a conveyer belt to our state of the art guillotine!)
some resources for the people to try GW Bush for war crimes independent of U.S. government;
From the uswarcrimes site;
"Michael Haas’s George W. Bush, War Criminal? The Bush Administration’s Liability for 269 War Crimes was published a few days before Barack Obama took the oath of office. Torture, murder, illegal war, the slaughter of thousands of innocents, abuse of child prisoners—these are only a few of 269 war crimes committed during the Bush administration that rolled over to the Obama administration on January 20, 2009, to haunt his presidency. The book has the distinction of having inspired a protest in front of the New York Times building because the venerable newspaper refused to publish a review soon after its release.
Although President Obama signed executive orders to stop torture and close Guantánamo, the war crimes have continued virtually unabated ever since. Indeed, the Times Square bomber specifically cited American war crimes as the reason for his action on May 1, 2010.
Newly published America’s War Crimes Quagmire, From Bush to Obama identifies how the war crimes of the Bush administration have continued to be documented by the press while politicians and pundits have withheld criticisms. The book consists of forty-seven essays that were originally blogs on the website http://www.USwarcrimes.com. Essays are edited appropriately, with occasional postscripts to bring the narrative up to date.
America’s War Crimes Quagmire, From Bush to Obama concludes that war crimes continue because American leaders have only focused on torture, thereby allowing thousands of victims of more than two hundred other war crimes to suffer. Instead, the term “war crimes” is taboo in the United States. And although some Americans have called for prosecution of war criminals, cries from overseas victims have been muffled. Yet the rest of the world, in contrast, is fully aware of American lawlessness.
The book also identifies how the Georgian republic, Russia, and other countries have copied American post-9/11 war crimes. As a result, there is a new era of international barbarism that serves to aid anti-American terrorist recruitment while repudiating the advances achieved in humanizing warfare by President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War, by the Red Cross, at the Hague Conventions, at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials, and by the Geneva Conventions.
The author, Michael Haas, is a Nobel Peace Prize nominee for his work on behalf of human rights. An academic political scientist, he has taught at Northwestern University, Loyola Marymount University, Occidental College, Purdue University, Stanford University, the University of California (Riverside), the University of Hawai‘i, the University of London, and six campuses of California State University, most recently California Polytechnic University (Pomona).
The 278-page book, available for $25 (including postage and handling) per domestic copy and $30 for international purchase, can be ordered by sending a check or money order payable to “Publishinghouse for Scholars,” P.O. Box 461267, Los Angeles, CA 90046. The book has an extensive set of references, and a comprehensive index.
If Robert Jackson, prosecutor at Nuremberg, were alive today, here is doubtless what he would say about America’s War Crimes Quagmire, From Bush to Obama: “The real complaining party is Civilization. International law, a struggling and imperfect force, points to the sequence of aggressions and war crimes and to the greater potentialities for destruction elsewhere in the days to come. It is not necessary to argue the proposition that to start or wage an aggressive war has the moral qualities of the worst of crimes. The refuge of the defendants can be only their hope that international law will lag so far behind the moral sense of mankind that conduct which is crime in the moral sense must be regarded as innocent in law.”
Time will tell. America’s War Crimes Quagmire, From Bush to Obama promises to serve as the most recent clarion call of our time."