Posted on November 23, 2011 by Barbara Peterson
Former US president George Bush and his former counterpart Tony Blair were found guilty of war crimes by the The Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal which held a four day hearing in the Malaysia.
The five panel tribunal unanimously decided that Bush and Blair committed genocide and crimes against peace and humanity when they invaded Iraq in 2003 in blatant violation of international law.
The judges ruled that war against Iraq by both the former heads of states was a flagrant abuse of law, act of aggression which amounted to a mass murder of the Iraqi people.
In their verdict, the judges said that the United States, under the leadership of Bush, forged documents to claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
They further said the findings of the tribunal be made available to members of the Rome Statute and the names of Bush and Blair be entered into a war crimes register.
Both Bush and Blair repeatedly said the so-called war against terror was targeted at terrorists.
Lawyers and human rights activists present here say the verdict by the tribunal is a landmark decision. And the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Foundation said it would lobby the International Criminal Court to charge former US president George Bush and Former British prime minister Tony Blair for war crimes.
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Posted on September 16, 2011 by Barbara Peterson
By Elizabeth Woodworth
Boeing 767-306/ER (AA Fl. 77) Can 5 men fit in this two-seater cockpit?
What the Primary Telephone Records Reveal about Calls from AA Flight 77: Did Barbara Olson Attempt Any Calls at All?
Abstract: This essay presents new evidence that further erodes the accepted story of the hijacking of Flight 77 by men with knives and box-cutters. The story of the phone calls from CNN commentator Barbara Olson to her husband, Theodore Olson, then Solicitor General of the United States, was flashed around the world on September 11, 2001, from a CNN interview with Mr. Olson.
This essay closely examines the raw data from the AT&T telephone records, and confirms the work of Dr. David Ray Griffin, who has argued that Barbara Olson’s one attempted call, which was unconnected and lasted “0” seconds, could not have conveyed the hijacker story to her husband.
The essay also includes new information suggesting that the digital technology of the day could have routed the calls that appeared to emanate from Flight 77, from the ground up to the aircraft and back again. Continue reading
Filed under: 9/11, corruption, domestic terrorism, government, Government-sponsored terrorism, Truth | Tagged: 9/11 truth, American Airlines Flight 77, AT&T, Barbara Olson, CNN, David Ray Griffin, Solicitor General of the United States, Theodore Olson, united states, world trade center | 1 Comment »
Posted on August 9, 2011 by Barbara Peterson
Want to know why CONgress cannot read the bills it passes? Watch one member in action.
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Posted on December 10, 2010 by Barbara Peterson
By Felicia Sonmez
Texas Republican Rep. Ron Paul is poised to chair the House Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee, putting the gavel of the panel overseeing the Federal Reserve into the hands of one of the central bank’s most outspoken critics.
Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.), the incoming chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, announced Thursday that Paul will head the subcommittee when Republicans assume the majority in the 112th Congress.
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Posted on December 2, 2010 by Barbara Peterson
By Elisha Bala-Gbogbo
December 01, 2010, 5:05 PM EST
Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) — Nigeria will file charges against former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and officials from five foreign companies including Halliburton Co. over a $180 million bribery scandal, a prosecutor at the anti-graft agency said.
Indictments will be lodged in a Nigerian court “in the next three days,” Godwin Obla, prosecuting counsel at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, said in an interview today at his office in Abuja, the capital. An arrest warrant for Cheney “will be issued and transmitted through Interpol,” the world’s biggest international police organization, he said. READ MORE…
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Posted on September 7, 2010 by Barbara Peterson
Lakin “not only has a right to follow his personal convictions under the Constitution, he has a duty,” Moore said. “And if the authority running the efforts of the war is not a citizen in violation of the Constitution, the order is unlawful.”
Moore said he’s seen no convincing evidence that Obama is a “natural born citizen” and a lot of evidence that suggests he is not. READ MORE…
Filed under: Activism, Barry Soetoro, constitution, government, military, war | Tagged: barry soetoro, citizenship, court, eligibility, judge lind, judge moore, military, obama, war | 6 Comments »