The Consequences of the Nuremberg Trial

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The Consequences of the Nuremberg Trial

Postby sans concession » 1 decade 3 years ago (Fri Apr 25, 2008 11:03 am)

The Nuremberg trial was the open door to a world where
the law of jungle alone prevails.

Since "Nuremberg", the one who's strongest knows he no
longer runs any risk. He can violate international law, apply
pitiless blockades, attack any nation at all, break the rules
of war, use terrifying and prohibited weapons.
He knows he can force open the gates of the enemy fortress,
apprehend the leaders, seize their archives and then organise
a good little judicial lynching in order to make the loser appear
as the devil incarnate.

And once the judgement is handed down, he'll let fly with :
"Well, all right, I didn't always respect international law but it
was justified, for it was in defence of civilisation ! The others
did worse."

This is exactly what was done in Yugoslavia in 1999
( just remember the business of the alleged hundreds of mass
graves containing the remains of hundreds of thousands of
victims ). It's very likely what will be done in Iraq.

The American administration knows that, since the start of its
operations there in 1991, it has been violating international law
and perpetrating numerous serious crimes (use of depleted
uranium, in particular). But it couldn't care less.
It knows that this time Baghdad will be taken, the regime
overturned and the top dignitaries apprehended (as in Gemany
in 1945).

As of then, if need be, a new "Nuremberg" trial can be organised
against the defeated nation.

source : "A Letter to all those who have demonstrated against
the 'War' in Iraq. Why they haven't prevented a thing".
Vincent Reynouard, VHO editions, March 2003

Saddam H : no massiv destruction weapon !
Adolf H : no gas chamber !
It is the repetition of history !

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