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BREAKING EN HORROR: NIEUWE PEDO DEEP-STATE AANVAL OP TRUMP VANUIT NEDERLAND DOOR DEMMINK, RUTTE EN KONING WILLEM

HET TOTAAL CORRUPTE DOOR DE DEMMINK-MAFIA GEDOMINEERDE INTERNATIONAAL STRAFHOF (ICC) IN DEN HAAG GAAT NU DE ‘MISDADEN VAN TRUMP’ ONDERZOEKEN IN AFGHANISTAN ZOALS ‘MARTELING, VERKKRACHTING’ EN NATUURLIJK -JAWEL, SAUL ALINSKY- ‘SEKSUEEL MISBRUIK VAN KIDS’ * DIT ‘STRAFHOF’ ZIT ZELF STAMPVOL PEDOFIELEN DIE VRETEND, ZUIPEND EN NAAIEND DEN HAAG AL JAREN LANG ONVEILIG MAKEN -EN HUN BEKEURINGEN NIET HOEVEN TE BETALEN * DEZE NIEUWE AANVAL VAN DE WANHOPIGE PEDOFIELEN KOMT BOVENOP HET CORONA-VIRUS * DE VS ERKENNEN HET ICC NIET EN DE HAAT VAN TRUMP TEGEN NEDERLAND, RUTTE EN DE EU WORDT ALLEEN MAAR GROTER

An investigation of alleged war crimes by the US and others in the Afghan conflict can go ahead, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has ruled. The ICC overturned on appeal a previous decision to block the investigation. The actions of the Taliban, the Afghan government and US troops since May 2003 are expected to be examined. But US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the ruling was “reckless” and vowed to protect Americans from it. “This is a truly breathtaking action by an unaccountable, political institution masquerading as a legal body”, he said. “All the more reckless for this ruling to come just days after the United States signed a historic peace deal on Afghanistan, which is the best chance for peace in a generation.”

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  • De Stoute Revolutionair  zegt:

    Wel, sedert Dresden weten we helemaal zeker dat de Amerikanen boven de wetten en gebruiken van oorlog staan en nu waarschijnlijk de US Marines in een amfibische operatie bij Scheveningen aan land zullen komen:

    Then, in November last year, Trump showed where his inclinations lay by pardoning two officers and restoring the rank of a third, all accused of war crimes during the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    In taking that step, the President cut short the judicial process, deciding the investigations against the three army officers should not be pursued because he felt they were “unfair.” It’s a decision that should be in the hands of a legally constituted court, but Trump proved it to be a paper tiger.

    According to the UN human rights spokesman, Rupert Colville, at the time, Trump’s decision sent a “disturbing signal to militaries all around the world.“ That signal? Kill without fear of accountability.

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