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Shameful Racism of The ICC | እራሱን ዓለም አቀፉ የወንጀለኞች ፍርድ ቤት ብሎ የሚጠራው ቅዠታማ ቤት ዘረኛ ነው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 29, 2017

ለፍርድ የሚቀርቡት አፍሪቃውያን እና አገር ወዳድ ክርስቲያኖች ብቻ ናቸው።

የቦስኒያክሮኤሽያው የጦር ወንጀል ተጠርጣሪ በተባበሩት መንግስታት ችሎት ላይ መርዝ ጠጥተው ሞቱ

20 ዓመት እንዲታሠሩ ከተፈረደባቸው ጥቂት ጊዜ በኋላ ስሎቦዳን ፕላጃክ አንድ ቢሊቃጥ ነገር ከኪሳቸው አውጥተው በመጠጣት እና እኔ የጦር

ወንጀለኛ አይደለሁም፤ ይህንን የፍርድ ውሳኔ እቃወማለሁበማለት ይጮሃሉ። በዚህ ጊዜ የጦር ወንጀል ተጠርጣይው መርዝ ስለወሰደየተባበሩት መንግስታት ዳኞች የፍርድ ቤት ችሎት እንዲቋረጥ ተደረገ። የቀድሞው የክሮኤሺያ የጦር መኮንን የነበሩት የ 72 ዓመቱ ስሎቦዶን ፕራክክ ሆስፒታል ከተወሰዱ በኋላ ሕይወታቸው አልፏል። ሲያሳዝኑ፤ ነፍሳቸውን ይማረው!

እነዚህ ወሽካታ ፍርድ ቤቶች አፍሪቃውያንን እና ክርስቲያን ሰርቢያኖችን ብቻ ነው የሚወነጅሉት።

እነዚህ የዝንጀሮ ፍርድ ቤቶች ግን ለ72 ልጃገረዶች ሲሉ ክርስቲያኖች በመጨፍጨፍ ላይ ላሉት ለሙልሲሞች ተቆርቆሪ ሆነው አፍሪቃውያንን እና ክርስቲያኖችን እያሳደዱ ያድናሉ፤ ለሽብርና ጭፍጭፋ ያጋልጣሉግብዞች! ቆሻሾች!

ክርስቲያኖች በመላው ዓለም ጭፍጨፋ እየተካሄደባቸው ነው፣ አፍሪቃውያን እንደገና ለባርነት እየተሸጡ ነው፤ ታች ያሉትን አሰቃቂ ፎቶዎች እንመልከት፤ ይህ ባረነት በአርብ ሙስሊሞች ነው እንደገና እየተፈጸመ ያለውዓይናችን እያየ የነውዝምታው እስከ መቼ ነው? ይህን ጉድ በ21ኛው ክፍለ ዘመን እያየን አረቦችን ወደ አገሮቻችን በፈቃዳችን እናስገባለን?

Newly Released Photos Show Horrific Massive Slavery Being Done in Africa by Islamic Racists


Horrific photos are coming from Africa, showing true slavery and exhibiting the horrific form of degradation of human life. These photos are from the African news source, Modern Ghana:

As we read from the African report from Modern Ghana:

Libyan authorities in Tripoli has launched an investigation into the alleged trafficking and sale of some African immigrants into slavery by an unknown militant group in the North African Nation.

In a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tripoli copied the Head of Affairs in Ghana, Salah AL. Koy said, reports making rounds some on media networks and social media are yet to be confirmed.

Earlier last week, some horrific images and videos surfaced on social media followed by a report on CNN where some African immigrants were subject to various forms of abuses, chained and sold into slavery in the North African state.

However, the statement expressed its rejection and denunciation of such inhumane which are contrary to the culture and heritage of the Libyan people.

The ministry also confirms that what has been published in the media in this regard is under investigation by the concerned Libyan authorities.

And if these allegations are proved, all those involved will be punished and will confirm the investigation, prosecutions and legal punishment of all those involved in these heinous crimes.

In addition, the ministry expresses its full explicit commitment to the provisions of the United Nations in this regard and affirms its commitment to implement its national laws and legislation which criminalize human trafficking, slavery, and servitude”, the statement said.

Head of Affairs at the Libyan Embassy in Ghana, Salah AL. Kony assured the Libyan State government commitment to hunting down the perpetrators of the inhumane acts of prosecution. He also called on the Ghanaian media and the general public to assist them adequate information in that regard.

Meanwhile, Government of Ghana and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration is yet to comment on this issue.

Here’s How The International Criminal Court Has Become A Racist Farce


The International Criminal Court is a perfect example of how a necessary and well intentioned institution can become corrupt, farcical and useless when controlled by unipolar forces.

I am not here to claim that each of the nine cases involved innocent men. To put it mildly, none of the accused were angels. But since 1998, the world has seen an explosion of war crimes, almost all of which have flaunted the will of the United Nations and spat upon both the letter and spirit of the UN Charter.

One can look to the NATO led illegal war on Yugoslavia, the bombing of civilians in Afghanistan and Pakistan by western forces, George Bush and Tony Blair’s disaster in Iraq, Hillary Clinton’s pet project in Libya, the fascist war against civilians in Donbass and the American, Turkish, British, French and Belgian invasion and bombings of Syria, all of which run contrary to international law.

No one at the ICC has seriously looked into any of these war crimes, although they were vastly more devastating than anything which has recently occurred in sub-Saharan Africa.

What’s more is that the United States refuses to participate in the ICC and if a superpower isn’t part of the ICC, it’s a bit like trying to sell tickets to an official Rolling Stones concert without the presence of Keith Richards and Mick Jagger.

There’s frankly more than a hint of racism to the ICC. It seems that the only non-black people to be tried in an international tribunal in recent memory have been Serbian men, who have their own separate court set up in The Hague, one which has ignored most crimes committed by Croatian, Bosnian and Albanian war criminals.

So if you are a black African or a Serb, then do not commit war crimes. But if you are anything else, the ICC and sister tribunals have more or less given you a get out of genocide free card. This has not gone unnoticed in Africa. Burundi and South Africa have withdrawn their support of the ICC and most recently, The Gambia has done so as well.

Sheriff Bojang, the Gambian information minister singled out Tony Blair’s war crime in Iraq being totally ignored by the ICC as reason enough for the poor African state to leave the ICC. Britain after all, is a full participant in the ICC, but Tony Blair continues to enjoy his freedom and to paraphrase the premise of George Galloway’s film on Blair, the former Prime Minister has made a ‘killing’ in the aftermath of his killings in Iraq and elsewhere.

The ICC’s uneven allocation of justice raises many questions. Whilst a war crime anywhere ought to be treated with utter seriousness, I cannot blame African countries for increasingly seeing the ICC as an organisation whose reach doesn’t go beyond Africa. Unipolarity in the world cannot coexist with international justice. The sooner people realise this, the better.

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