The Global petition to prosecute G. W. Bush for War Crimes

  • by: www.zedmag.net
  • target: United Nations and International Criminal Court

This is a petition to open an investigation into the crimes committed by Ex-President George W. Bush's and his administration. Through his 8 years of reign in America he was directly responsible for 2 wars, including the un-just war of Iraq; he was indirectly responsible for the turbulence in the middle east through his support of the Israeli regime's criminal acts.

G. W. Bush breached almost all International laws governing what constitutes a war crime, these crimes were committed for the personal interest of the perpetrator, these crimes were committed against the public opinion of the citizens of his nation and the global opposition of the world, these crimes were committed as an act of aggression against sovereign nations and these crimes were NOT committed in self-defense.

Furthermore, these crimes were committed as: "a part of a plan or policy and as part of a large-scale commission of such crimes" therefore they directly fall within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.


And we as citizens of this world, only demand that the International Criminal Court would take its responsibility and hold those guilty of these crimes accountable.

G. W. Bush have committed Crimes against humanity, and must be prosecuted before the International Criminal Court.

Dear President of the United Nations General Assembly, Mr. Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann

Dear Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-Moon

Dear President of the International Criminal Court, Mr. Philippe Kirsch


We the undersigned, urge you to take the action required to open an investigation into the crimes committed by Ex-President George W. Bush's and his administration. Through his 8 years of reign in America he was directly responsible for 2 wars, including the un-just war of Iraq; he was indirectly responsible for the turbulence in the middle east through his support of the Israeli regime's criminal acts.

G. W. Bush breached almost all International laws governing what constitutes a war crime:

A. George W. Bush committed Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions, such as:

1. Willful killing, or causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health of innocent people.
2. Torture or inhumane treatment of prisoners.
3. Unlawful wanton destruction or appropriation of property.
4. Depriving prisoners of war of a fair trial.
5. Unlawful deportation, confinement or transfer of citizens.
6. Destruction of civilian property, hospitals, schools heritage buildings and places of worship.

 

B. During the War on Iraq G. W. Bush committed the following acts:

1. Directing attacks against civilians.
2. Killing surrendered combatants.
3. Deportation of inhabitants of occupied territory.
4. Using poison weapons.
5. Summary execution.
6. Pillage and looting of property.
7. Rape, sexual slavery, forced prostitution and forced pregnancy.

 

These crimes were committed for the personal interest of the perpetrator, these crimes were committed against the public opinion of the citizens of his nation and the global opposition of the world, these crimes were committed as an act of aggression against sovereign nations and these crimes were NOT committed in self-defense.

Furthermore, these crimes were committed as: "a part of a plan or policy and as part of a large-scale commission of such crimes" therefore they directly fall within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.

And we as citizens of this world, only demand that the International Criminal Court would take its responsibility and hold those guilty of these crimes accountable.

G. W. Bush have committed Crimes against humanity, and must be prosecuted before the International Criminal Court.

Justice should be applied to the strong nations before the weak nations. It is time to denounce the double standards the international community have applied in the past, and start a new chapter that is built on Justice and Freedom.

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