Monday, November 6, 2017

Who Will Remember the Victims of Present Day War Criminals?

In various countries around the world, there are presently war criminals that will probably lay wreaths on Remembrance Day. They are responsible for millions of deaths around the world in present-day illegal wars. They are “The Diabolical Destroyers of a Number of Countries” [1]

Therefore, to see these treasonous war criminal hypocrites laying wreaths for the dead, when they have the blood of millions of dead people on their hands, is, I believe, to see “Heinous Hypocrites and Their Fancy Titles.” [2]

 These present-day mass murderers in expensive suits pretend to honour the victims of past wars, when in fact they are the present day perpetrators of millions of war victims (dead and alive) around the world. One could call them “War Criminals At Large.” [3] And they even reportedly assist the terrorists they are supposedly fighting, and these same terrorists have killed soldiers and numerous civilians.

“Under U.S. law it is illegal for any American to provide money or assistance to al-Qaeda, ISIS or other terrorist groups. If you or I gave money, weapons or support to al-Qaeda or ISIS, we would be thrown in jail. Yet the U.S. government has been violating this law for years, quietly supporting allies and partners of al-Qaeda, ISIL, Jabhat Fateh al Sham and other terrorist groups with money, weapons, and intelligence support, in their fight to overthrow the Syrian government.[i]... Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, December 8, 2016,Press Release.

18 U.S. Code Chapter 113B - TERRORISM

18 U.S. Code § 2339A - Providing material support to terrorists

“Known and documented, Saudi Arabia has played a key strategic role in promoting and financing terrorism on behalf of Washington. Moreover, Saudi weapons purchases from the US and Canada are also being used to equip and arm various ‘opposition’ rebel groups in Syria including the ISIL and Al Nusrah.” Prof, Michel Chossudofsky, Global Research, March 02, 2016
Global Research 22 December 2015   

“The Liberals and Conservatives allowed Canadian companies to sell weapons to a murderer, and whether or not there is already blood on their hands, there is shame of the highest order.” Shannon Gormley, Ottawa Citizen, August 4, 2017.

“Last year the chiefs of staff of the US, Britain, France, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey met in Jordan; and a report by UAE's newspaper... also mentions the existence of a secret command center in Jordan which is staffed by military officials from 14 Western and Arab countries including Israel. This command center coordinates the operations of the rebels (jihadis) in southern Syria; while the operations of the jihadis in northern Syria are coordinated by similar command centers and bases in Turkey....” Nauman Sadiq, Sept, 22, 2014.

“Then there is Turkey, an actual NATO member,... Turkey has allowed ISIS to be replenished by allowing its own territory to be used as a transit zone for jihadist volunteers....” - Scott McConnell, October 15, 2014.

“NATO is harbouring the Islamic State”
“Elements of al-Qaeda and other Islamic extremist groups were known to be key players in the NATO-backed uprising in Libya from the beginning, but now it appears that prominent Jihadists and terrorists are practically leading the revolution with Western support.” Alex Newman, The New American August 30, 2011.

“The British government actually granted permission for its citizens of Libyan background to travel to Libya and fight alongside al-Qaeda to overthrow Gaddafi. After months of battle and indoctrination, it then welcomed these radicalized citizens back to the UK. And we are supposed to be surprised and shocked that they attack? ...The real problem is that both Washington and London are more interested in regime change overseas than any blowback that might come to the rest of us back home. They just do not care about the price we pay for their foreign policy actions.”
Ron Paul, May 28, 2017.                               

Still, some veterans have had enough of the treachery of “political warriors” that don’t fight, but create hellish carnage and chaos in a number of countries.

“Veteran Daniel Lenham, who served in the RAF from 2002 to 2014, referred to his medal as a ‘worthless trinket’.”
“He said: ‘I'm here today to show my utter contempt and disgust at the Government's decision to, once again, attack in the Middle East.’”
“Mr Lenham said there was no better way of doing that than to hand back the ‘tokens of militarism’.” [4] Article by Laura Mowat, December 8, 2015.

“Ben Griffin, a former soldier from VFP, said, ‘I think it is ridiculous that they voted for [air strikes in Syria]. We fought in Afghanistan, we fought in Iraq and in Libya, and it didn't solve a thing, it made things worse. It is highly disappointing, having gone through these wars, to see MPs voting for more war. War is not the solution to this problem. More bombs in Syria isn't going to solve this. We are completely disgusted by those MPs.’" [5] Ib. Times, article by James Lillywhite, December 8, 2015.

I say well done to these veterans for courageously speaking out. I believe it is time the elites and the powerful were held to account. I believe for too long they have been getting away with murder, as the saying goes. As have the profiteers of all this bloody carnage, bombings, bombardments and destruction around the world. Therefore, I say, if there was a truly functioning justice system it would be looking to “Arrest Them.”[4] because there is “The Evidence of the Planning of Wars against Countries by Powerful War Criminals...” [5]

In closing, one wonders what goes on in the heads of some of these war criminals. Do they have any remorse for the blood soaked carnage they have perpetrated in a number of countries, or the refugees now homeless, and will they ever be arrested for their evil crimes against humanity?

“We have to ask ourselves how it can be that the world’s worse criminals—people responsible for the death and displacement of millions of peoples—occupy high office...?” Paul Craig Roberts. The Unz Review, March 9, 2016.

Stephen J. Gray
November 6, 2017.

Links of interest below:
US Govt-Funded Think Tank Praises “Moderate” Al Qaeda