The #CrimesAgainstHumanity perpetrated against desperate defenceless humans for profit in the 21st century, wherever they are, cannot and will not be #whitewashed and abandoned to "History" ever again.
If we can't help ourselves, by making our voices heard demanding accountability from our governments for the crimes committed in our names, how can we be the voices for the Voiceless of decades and centuries?!
Our governments have exploited the farce and brutality of the "war on terror" not only to regime change, invade, conquer and colonize nations of rich natural resources, but to keep us, their citizens, inundated in a permanent state of fear and terror.
They are plutocracy and corporatocracy. They are greed and power. They are treachery and betrayal. They are abuse of power.
There were actually more public signs that Khan (who bitterly denounced his former wife earlier this year (ie 2010) as a violent jihadist) was associated with radical Islam than Aafia.
Indisputable, Barack Obama betrayed the Black American population as every other president in US history, including Lincoln. And Barack Obama is without question a War Criminal.
Fear and panic never serve to bring out the best in us. For all of humanity's evolving and technology, at heart we're as primitive as ever. Selfishly focused on number one's needs and survival, intent on resentment, blame and violence against innocents for our woes. Supermarket shelves are empty. From the US to the UK. … Continue reading Have gun, will shoot for toilet paper: Coronavirus panic confirms humanity’s primal ugliness
Researching the ICC since its inception on 1st July 2002, it's become painfully clear that the court is persistently criticized, threatened and forced into legal face-off with guilty-as-hell rogue states in the merciless war for justice.
Are we prepared to walk in their shoes?
Or spurn their humanity?
Renounce we are them and they are us?
Insist their tragedies will never be us?
#IStandWithIlhan! It’s mind-boggling how we joyfully ostracise without valid proof. We may be too busy to do what’s right, yet we obviously have oodles of time to gloat over injustices.