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Obama to Putin - Russia breaking international law in the Ukraine

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Obama to Putin - Russia breaking international law in the Ukraine

    


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Obama to Putin - "Russia breaking international law" in the Ukraine, but when the United States did that and does the same, "no one knows of a crime".

When W Bush attacked and invaded Iraq without securing a new war resolution as required, from the United Nations Security Council [a signed Treaty], his invasion, occupation, and everything that followed became a War of Aggression, totally illegal and immoral from the very first day. To respond to such "playing with fire and burning the world" in the 21st Century, Obama suddenly develops "a need to look forward", but nevertheless, assuring the American people that "no one is above the law" on his watch.  

Charges for Crime of Torture and War Crimes - the accused persons had committed the Crime of Torture and War Crimes, in that: The Accused persons had willfully participated in the formulation of executive orders and directives to exclude the applicability of all international conventions and laws, namely the Convention against Torture 1984, Geneva Convention III 1949, Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Charter in relation to the war launched by the U.S. and others in Afghanistan (in 2001) and in Iraq (in March 2003); Additionally, and/or on the basis and in furtherance thereof, the Accused persons authorized, or connived in, the commission of acts of torture and cruel, degrading and inhuman treatment against victims in violation of international law, treaties, and conventions including the Convention against Torture 1984, and the Geneva Conventions, including Geneva Convention III 1949 - tried and found guilty by an International War Crimes Tribunal of Conscience. 


No, Russian Parliament gave Putin Authorization to Use Force, so that makes it legal.
Not sure about that.
Yes, Russia broke international law, but no laws broken if the United States does the same.
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Lance Ciepiela is a retired senior who had an interesting career in government service - a United States Marine Corps (USMC) Vietnam-Era veteran, who became interested in restoring the Constitution after I realized that W Bush had attacked Iraq (more...)
 

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