Arrest US ‘leaders’ as ONLY legal response to ongoing War Crimes

“A mere demarcation on parchment of the constitutional limits (of government) is not a sufficient guard against those encroachments which lead to a tyrannical concentration of all the powers of government in the same hands.” – James Madison, Federalist Paper #48, 1788.

Importantly, now, US military and/or law enforcement must arrest US government “leaders” for War Crimes to end a history of US war-murders. If not, this history will repeat with mass-murdering of Syrians, Iranians, and more ignorant/gullible US soldiers. The basis of law provides US military and all with Oaths to defend the US Constitution to refuse unlawful orders and act to arrest those who issue them.

We were all born into a century of total deaths from government violence of over 230 million human beings. After two world wars, the US was the chief author of the treaty that makes war unlawful unless attacked by another nation’s military

Therefore: all current US armed attacks/military operations, invasions, and occupations of foreign lands are unlawful Wars of Aggression

Therefore: the only legal response available to anyone serious about upholding the US Constitution is to arrest US government leaders as obvious criminal suspects for obvious War Crimes.

All of our families sacrificed through two world wars: if there’s one law that Americans should know as least as well as rules of their favorite sport, it’s war law.

Because all “reasons” given for current US wars to the public, our military, and the world are now disclosed by our own official documents as known to be false as they were told, we are reasonable to assume current US “leaders” are behind the use of sarin gas in Syria, and lying for more war-murders. Therefore, they should be immediately arrested as prime suspects in investigation of causing murders from revolution in Syria.

As the links below document in conservative and now non-controversial history, current US wars continue a pattern of lie-started and unlawful wars:

1. The US regularly violated treaties with Native Americans, as well as manipulating their meaning for the purpose of stealing their land.

2. US President Polk lied to Congress to initiate a War of Aggression in Mexico. The result was the US taking 40% of Mexico in 1848. This occurred despite Abraham Lincoln’s crystal-clear explanation as a member of Congress that the Adams-Onis Treaty placed the “border dispute” 400 miles within land forever promised to Mexico and forever promised as outside any US claim.

3. The US violated our treaty with Hawaii and stole their country in 1898.

4. The US reneged on promises of freedom after the Spanish American War to impose our rule on the Philippines and install US-friendly dictators in Cuba.

5. The US entered WW1 upon no national security threat to the US and put the 3rd party presidential candidate in prison for public speeches questioning the war.

6. The CIA had several covert wars; perhaps most important in today’s context of war on Iran: “Operation Ajax” that overthrew Iran’s democracy and installed a US-friendly and brutal dictator.  When that dictator was overthrown and Iran refused another, the US aided Iraq to unlawfully invade and attack Iran from 1980-1988; killing up to a million Iranians. If the US lied and acted twice to unlawfully overthrew Iran’s democracy within our own lifetimes, shouldn’t we assume first another lie-stared unlawful war today?

7. The Vietnam War occurred after the US allowed the cancellation of an election to unify the country, as escalated with the Gulf of Tonkin incident: false intelligence at best, but then manipulated into a false-flag event for a “defensive” war.

8. Perhaps most disturbing is the King Family civil suit that found the US government guilty in the assassination of Dr. King. Corporate media, including our text publishers, omit this history. The King family’s conclusion is that Martin was assassinated to prevent his “Occupy DC” plan beginning for the sumer of 1968 to end his version of today’s wars.

9. We now know from Congressional reports that all “reasons” for war with Iraq were known to be false as they were told.

10. The two “reasons” for war with Iran are as false as the “reasons” for war with Iraq. Beware a false flag attack by the US or Israel to blame on Iran as pretext for another “defensive” war:

  1. Iran’s president never physically threatened Israel.
  2. All of Iran’s nuclear material is fully accounted for peaceful and legal use for energy and medicine.

Stand with Lincoln’s assertion:

“… let every American pledge his life, his property, and his sacred honor;–let every man remember that to violate the law, is to trample on the blood of his father, and to tear the character of his own, and his children’s liberty.”

 

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  • Elliptico

    It is getting a bit confusing about who gets to justify using chemical weapons. So here are the apparent rules:

    1.) When the USA or a USA ally uses chemical weapons, that is GOOD.

    2.) When a USA opponent uses chemical weapons, that is BAD.

    Got it? USA or ally – GOOD. Russia, China, or anyone who the USA does not like – BAD.

    Examples:

    a.) Chemical weapons GOOD: The USA gassing civilians in Fallujah, Iraq. http://iraqatrocities.blogspot.com/2012/07/fallujah-victims-of-white-phosphorus.html

    b.) Chemical weapons BAD: Saddam Hussein gasses the Kurds. http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/march/16/newsid_4304000/4304853.stm

    c.) Chemical weapons GOOD: Saddam Hussein gasses Iranians. http://www.theatlanticwire.com/national/2013/08/new-docs-show-us-involvement-saddams-nerve-gas-attacks/68698/

    d.) Chemical weapons BAD: Assad allegedly gasses civilians in Syria.

    c.) Chemical weapons GOOD: Israel gasses Palestinians. http://www.hrw.org/news/2009/03/25/israel-white-phosphorus-use-evidence-war-crimes

    So it is really pretty simple. If the use of chemical weapons advances the USA’s political agenda – GOOD. If not, BAD.

  • Backstage

    How about clearing this green scum out?
    http://www.wellaware1.com/syria.shtml

  • Dee

    A couple of things .. WP is not considered a chemical weapon http://www.offiziere.ch/wp-content/uploads/White-Phosphorus-and-the-law-of-war.pdf so it is kind of pointless to try and claim it is, and the US isn’t a signatory to one of the treaties that might conceivably apply. So as Pres Lincoin was fond of saying .. ” How many legs does a dog have if you call a tail a leg?” the answer is “4, calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it one” I think it is a horrible weapon, certainly an immoral weapon, and the legal interpretation is lawyer twisted… the good news is .. if you really care, you can just quit calling a tail and leg and actually work for getting the US to sign the appropriate treaty in the link above and to reconsider the classification or use of the weapon, certainly a restriction on it’s use to more humane purposes.. I mean if you would rather actually accomplish something useful and helpful, instead of proving you can’t comprehend the written word or the applicable treaties and restrictions.

    And you don’t have to wait for the police to make an arrest http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizen%27s_arrest_in_the_United_States

    And for the most part the Military is prohibited for enforcing civil law under most conditions.. so that is a non starter
    Just a couple of caveats .. first there has to be an actual law that is being violated.. and , uh, I think much of what you want to arrest folks for , however wrong it may be in your eyes or mine is not actually illegal, which brings me to a key point, the only difference between the arrest powers of a sworn police officer and a private citizen is that a sworn officer is indemnified against the charge of false arrest or kidnapping if they make a mistake, technical or in the facts, making an arrest. A civilian citizen , if they are wrong on the law or facts can be charged with false arrest, illegal detention , kidnapping whatever the term is in that jurisdiction, probably assault if force or restraints are used. I’m not a lawyer and this isn’t legal advice, but if you are seriously convinced by the law and the facts and are willing to risk the countercharge, you have basically the same arrest authority as the police. I advise against it.. but since the police aren’t going to arrest anybody on you say so anyway.. it’s either citizens arrest or you just want to hear yourselves whine. Talk to a real lawyer first at any rate.