Thursday, June 24, 2004

Bow Before the International Court

"...nationhood as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority."- Strobe Talbott, Deputy Secretary of State, 1994-2001
The US withdrew its bid for a resolution keeping our soldiers immune to prosecution from this "one world" Internation Court; we sold out.

"Get U.S. Out of the United Nations!" Those words appeared on a billboard between Tucson and Phoenix on Interstate 10 (paid for by the John Birch Society) almost 10 years ago. It's time to make that wish a reality. I remember the talk in Germany when my dad fought in Gulf War I about "blue helmets," and now the UN says our troops can be tried for war crimes in the international court.

This is a real crisis and could be, along with judicial advocacy and the rise of John Kerry, the Death of Our Republic. What does it mean to be a citizen of the United States of America? How does this court have jurisdiction over me?

Like the anti-semetic, anti-American sham the UN is, this World Court promises to be a kangaroo court. What is a war crime? Is that in our constitution? Does this mean we can never legally and morally use our nuclear arsenal? What if we dropped a conventional 5 ton MOAB (mother of all bombs)? Is that a war crime? What if Israel takes out Iranian nuke sites?

Every country on earth has the right to wage war to preserve its interest.

After the first trial of Congo (sham), the next two cases in this court will be against the United States and Israel. I'll bet good money on that.

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