Are Bush and his cronies Cheney and Rumsfeld afraid of international justice? Often, under the unseeing hide the cunning

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on October 18, 2011 0 Comments

Comedy or reality? Amnesty International (the human rights organization that fights for the voiceless, fights for equality all around the world) is asking Canada to arrest and prosecute former US President George W. Bush during his visit to Canada on October 20th. The human rights group has accused President Bush of crimes against humanity. 

This is a test to see if international laws apply to all nations. Due to the unfairness of international laws, we can predict two possible outcomes: President Bush will avoid traveling to Canada or he will travel and will not be arrested under protection of a diplomatic umbrella.

Since President Bush and his accolites, such as Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, retired from politics, nobody has left the United States. They are all strangely quiet. Are they afraid of international justice? For sure, as the Arabs of Algeria say, “Often, under the unseeing hide the cunning.”


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