Saturday, December 10, 2011

Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal Finds Bush and Blair Guilty

Recently, a War Crimes Tribunal in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, found former
President of the United States George W. Bush and former British Prime Minister
Tony Blair guilty of war crimes for their involvement in the Iraq war.
The panel was convened as part of an initiative by former Malaysian Premier
Mahathir Mohamad, who resigned in 2003 after 22 years in power.
Mohamad has been a consistently vitriolic critic of the Iraq war and originally
unveiled his plans for the tribunal in 2007.

In the past Mohamad has called Bush and Blair “child killers” and “war
criminals,” and the tribunal’s four-day hearing backed up his statements.
The tribunal was composed of five separate panels which unanimously found both
Bush and Blair guilty of “crimes against the peace.”

The Tribunal deliberated over the case and decided unanimously that the first
accused George Bush and second accused Tony Blair have been found guilty of
crimes against peace,” the tribunal said in a statement.

“Unlawful use of force threatens the world to return to a state of
lawlessness. The acts of the accused were unlawful,” they added.
They found that the invasion of Iraq, which began in 2003, was a flagrant
violation of international law, regardless of the fact that it was done under
the pretext of finding weapons of mass destruction.

Of course, as we all know now, these allegations turned out to be deliberately
falsified and flew in the face of all of the evidence that they had at the
However, the sights were set on Saddam Hussein and nothing could be done to stop
the globalist war machine once it had been set in motion, even if it meant the
deaths of countless Iraqis and Western troops who believed they were actually
fighting to keep the world safe.

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