Monday, November 19, 2007

Declare War Crimes on the Bush Administration

Greetings and felicitations,

My name is Stewart, and I am from Canada. I am pleading with you, my fellow human beings, to please join with me on a quest to end the War and occupation in Iraq. Lets stop the madness in Iraq together by sending a letter to The International Criminal Court of Justice and call for A War Crimes trial against George Bush, Dick Cheney and their corporate thieves.

International Criminal Court of Justice Web Site.

The aggressive War that the United States launched on Iraq is a War Crime! The fact that the Americans are still in Iraq committing atrocities is grievous and malevolent to the human spirit. The United Nations has failed us because our governments have not stood up against George Bush and taken action. Therefore it is up to us, the people of the World to do so. The International Criminal Court upholds our rights as human beings and is a World Body at the heart of what has been defined as Human morals and Law. Our letter campaign will focus pressure in that place.

Please write a letter or simply copy the one below and send it to the "The Office of the Prosecutor" at the International Criminal Court of Justice.

Dear Sirs,

I would like some information on how accusations of War Crimes & Crimes Against Humanity might be reported, determined and acknowledged? What is the process of going from accusations to trial?

Is waging aggressive War considered a War Crime or crime against humanity? Chief Justice Jackson, the American prosecutor during the Nuremberg trials, asked for a judgement that stated, “any nation that wages aggressive War would be tried for War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity”? At least, it was his intention and dominant in his day two speech at Nuremberg.

I am trying to understand why the U.S.A. has not been accused of committing War Crimes when it invaded Iraq. Is it up to the international court to make accusations, or does another country have to make the claim? Please write back, I am trying to get answers and also to understand if high moral principals are indeed being followed, or if they are just mere words of an age gone by.

Stewart Brennan
July 23, 2007

I was given an acknowledgment and a Court reference number (OTP-CR-231/07) on July 30th. Please see the letter below.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Please find attached the acknowledgment letter sent by the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.

Our Reference: OTP-CR-231/07

The Hague, 30 July 2007

The Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court acknowledges receipt of your documents / letter.

This communication has been duly entered in the Communications Register of the Office. We will give consideration to this communication, as appropriate, in accordance with the provisions of the Rome Statute of the international Criminal Court.

As soon as a decision is reached we will inform you, in writing, and provide you with reasons for this decision.

Yours Sincerely,
Head of Information and Evidence Unit
Office of the Prosecutor.

Kind regards,
Information and Evidence Unit- Office of the Prosecutor
International Criminal Court
Maanweg 174 - 2516 AB The Hague
The Netherlands

If you would like to use the number that the International Criminal Court gave me, please feel free to do so. Again, the number is, OTP-CR-231/07.

Lets end the War Crimes in Iraq once and for all. Send this message out to everyone you know. The War will only stop when YOU and I stand up and say, “STOP the WAR!!” We can’t wait any longer! Millions of people are counting on you…yes YOU! All it takes is 10 minutes of your time. Please encourage others to send a letter, or email, anything, just don’t sit idly by. Nothing will happen if you do not take action! Governments on their own will not end this madness, but the masses that include you and I, the people, can make a difference and bring humanity back to the human race. Please send your letter today. Thank you.

Nuremberg Trials: Chief Justice Jackson’s Opening Speech

Please see one of many crimes committed in the name of George Bush.

War Crime video #1: Fallujah

Yours in solidarity,
Stewart Brennan

1 comment:


    The leaders must not be immune
    From consequence of action--
    Why treat them with a sliver spoon?
    Law is a benefaction

    By virtue as it is applied
    To all in equal measure:
    ´Tis not for leaders to "decide"
    Per current whim or pleasure.


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