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South Africa to take UK and USA to the ICJ for war crime complicity

The International Court of Justice.

I can’t find the source for this but here’s Skwawkbox:

A team of almost fifty South African lawyers is preparing a legal case to bring to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations’ top court, against the US and UK, for their complicity in Israel’s array of war crimes in Gaza and the occupied West Bank.

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South Africa’s successful ICJ case against Israel last month led to Israel being put formally on trial for genocide and resulted in a string of binding orders on Israel to stop its slaughter of Gazans and even to protect Palestinians from harm, as well as to ensure adequate aid reaches the strip’s 2.5 million people, many of whom are now starving and homeless.

Israel has flouted the rulings, continuing and even intensifying the mass murder and blockade, and is being supported in its flagrant disregard for international law by the UK and US, who are providing both material and financial aid, and giving political cover by refusing to condemn Israel’s actions or to call its crimes what they are, instead casting doubt on the mass deaths and brutality and denigrating the Court’s ruling.

Here’s Damo to put more flesh on these bones:

This Site has been vocal in its support for the UK, at the very least, to be brought to book for complicity in genocide.

Rishi Sunak (himself aided and abetted by Labour leader Keir Starmer) sowed the wind and now it seems he’ll reap the whirlwind…

Except the International Court of Justice doesn’t have any muscle with which to support its rulings.

Any finding against the UK will have a huge effect on public perception, though.

It will tar this country’s government as a supporter of genocide and a flouter of international law.

Source: South Africa to file legal action with ICJ against UK, US, for war crime complicity – SKWAWKBOX


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Americans have learned about Israel and are demonstrating for Gaza

This Writer is still ill so this article is another series of ‘X’ posts cobbled together to make a point.

The point this time is that citizens of the United States are turning against their government’s support of Israel’s genocide in Gaza:

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Here’s a more in-depth take, from a Jewish American who has been an activist for Palestine over a period of many years:

Others are learning the facts for the first time, after living in an insulated world of fairy tales for too many years:

How long can ‘Genocide Joe’ Biden keep supporting the mass murder of innocent people – including women and children – to keep money coming in to the US weapons industry?

Indefinitely, if he wants to.

But it will poison his chances at the forthcoming US presidential election.

Perhaps Benjamin Netanyahu’s government is on borrowed time.


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US government’s hypocrisy over the deaths of journalists in Gaza and elsewhere

Wael Al-Dahdouh: Isrealis murdered this journalist’s family and then shot him. He is still alive, though.

This Site has accumulated a huge amount of information on the genocide in Gaza that I’ve been unable to publish as stories with my own opinion of them – due to time constraints.

Rather than leave them unseen, I’ve decided to publish them – with a caveat that it is up to you to decide what you make of them.

So:

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Sunak decides to bomb Yemen to help Israel. No vote in Parliament. Starmer supports it

UK prime minister Rishi Sunak unilaterally authorised a series of airstrikes against the Houthi in Yemen, in tandem with the United States, to protect Israeli trade that has been threatened by attacks on shipping in the Red Sea.

He said it was a “retaliatory” strike but some of us have been sceptical:

Sunak said the Royal Air Force carried out targeted strikes against military facilities used by the Houthis. The Defense Ministry said four fighter jets based in Cyprus took part in the strikes.

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Noting the militants have carried out a series of dangerous attacks on shipping, he added, “This cannot stand.” He said the U.K. took “limited, necessary and proportionate action in self-defense, alongside the United States with non-operational support from the Netherlands, Canada and Bahrain against targets tied to these attacks, to degrade Houthi military capabilities and protect global shipping.”

In another report, Sunak warned that Houthi attacks on shipping in the Red Sea threaten the economy and have a “damaging impact on people’s shopping”.

The attack goes against the wishes of many people in the UK – some of whom raised strong points against it:

The first the public knew about it was on Thursday evening (January 11):

Commentators on ‘X’ (formerly Twitter) were not impressed:

Sunak chose not to recall Parliament for a vote…

Some of us questioned where Sunak found the cash to splash on an expensive airstrike:

Also informed of the airstrikes were Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle and Labour leader Keir Starmer, who once insisted that Parliament should debate and vote before any military action is allowed to take place.

He announced yet another hypocritical about-turn in his own personal policy on the BBC’s Breakfast show:

Embarrassingly for Starmer, after he said his entire Parliamentary party was behind the military action, this happened:

His claim was further undermined by an alleged message sent out to Labour MPs, below:

The action has received a mostly negative reception from commentators on the social media.

Some have apologised directly to the people of Yemen, saying the UK government is out of control and acting without the consent of the UK’s electorate:

And some have suggested that the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel should be extended to the UK and United States:

The Houthis in Yemen have already announced that they will retaliate, meaning that – instead of calming the crisis in the Red Sea, Sunak has escalated it.


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US claim that Hamas used Al Shifa Hospital is unsupported rubbish

Invasion of the liars: IDF troops in al-Shifa hospital. Their claims that the place had been used by Hamas have been supported by the US intelligence services – allegedly. But nobody seems able to provide any proof to the rest of us.

According to a source in the United States intelligence service – allegedly – Hamas did use Al Shifa hospital as a command centre and to hold hostages. But I’m calling “bullshit” on that claim.

Here’s Reuters:

The complex was used by both Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad to command forces fighting against Israel, the U.S. official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

U.S. intelligence agencies have not disclosed the evidence on which they based their assessment.

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The American government believed that Hamas used the hospital complex and sites beneath it to carry out command and control activities, store some weapons and hold a few hostages, the U.S. official said.

Right. So there is no evidence to support any claim that Al Shifa Hospital was used by terrorists in any way, at any time.

The only person saying it – if you believe anybody has actually said it at all – is so unconvinced of their information that they won’t attach their name to it.

But the US government, which will make a fortune in tax receipts from arms companies that are supplying Israel with the weapons being used to bomb Gaza into dust (along with Lebanon, Syria and Iran, now), is happy to accept this fairy tale at face value.

It seems to me that there may be an ulterior motive behind this claim. What do you think?

Source: US believes Hamas used Al Shifa Hospital but evacuated before Israeli operation- source


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US passes law saying anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism. It isn’t

Our American cousins – oh dear.

They seem a little confused:

Here’s the issue:

Yes indeed: you don’t have to be Jewish to be a Zionist, meaning that opposition to Zionism simply cannot be anti-Semitism. To be anti-Semitism, it would have to be hatred of a Jewish person because they are a Jewish person. Keir Starmer isn’t Jewish. Rishi Sunak certainly isn’t.

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So, what is all this really about?

Could it be about making sure the United States has an excuse to keep selling its bombs to Israel, even though it seems clear that the onslaught against Gaza is part of the Zionist project to steal all the land in the original country with that name?

Here in the UK, people have a much more “grass roots” attitude; if the government won’t end support for Israel, we’ll jam up the mechanisms creating the weaponry:

We have a natural sense of justice that tells us it is wrong for a country with overwhelming military might to use it to slaughter children in a neighbouring country:

Back in the States, the population is spoonfed falsehoods:

We have seen Israel’s indiscriminate bombing of Gaza; we have heard how Israel warned Gazans to move from one part of the Gaza Strip to another, claiming they will be safe there – and then bombed the part they moved into.

We have concluded that Israel deliberately murders civilians, including women and children.

We may conclude that this is in the service of Israel’s Zionist project.

We may reasonably deduce that Gazans are anti-Zionist because of this.

Yet the United States has legislated that anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism.

Isn’t that victim-blaming to justify genocide?


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US plan suggests Gaza offshore gas field rumour is true. But here’s the catch…

It seems there is a huge natural gas field off the Gaza coast, as This Site (and others) discussed shortly after the October 7 Hamas attack on southern Israel.

We speculated that the hostilities might have something to do with Israeli plans to seize any such gas field for its own financial reward.

It turns out that a deal to exploit the gas was signed by Israel – in June.

Now US President Joe Biden wants to talk with Israel about revitalising Gaza‘s economy using this resource.

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Here’s a pertinent comment on that:

Are we to take it that this is a plan for Israel and the United States to share ill-gotten gains from their war against Gaza, after all the Palestinian people there have been either killed or expelled?

Let’s just have a reminder of what US aid to Israel has been buying over the last few weeks:

Is that a persuasive argument?


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Boris Johnson and Donald Trump DID discuss selling the NHS – as Jeremy Corbyn said

Buddies: Boris Johnson and Donald Trump really were discussing the sale of a privatised NHS to firms in the United States, it seems – while dishonestly accusing Jeremy Corbyn of lying when he exposed the plan.

Here’s a revelation…

… except it isn’t; some of us have known about it for years…

(In fact, let’s have a bit of video of the moment we were told…)

… but for those who refused to accept the evidence then, let’s go over it again quickly now (from the Byline Times article:

Boris Johnson privately discussed privatising the NHS with Donald Trump, according to a new biography of the former Prime Minister.

The claim… suggests that the former PM asked Trump not to publicly mention their discussions as they could create “mischief” if they were to become widely known.

However, he suggested that they could privately discuss it together.

“Some people in my party and other parties might make mischief if you talk about doing that, Donald,” Johnson told him. “Let’s talk about it all you like in private when you’re here, but we can keep it to ourselves.”

Claims of secret talks between the two countries about privatising the NHS were denied at the time.

Johnson’s Government faced allegations in 2019 of secretly planning to privatise the National Health Service as part of a post-Brexit trade deal with the US. At the time, then Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn published official documents suggesting UK officials had been in secret trade talks with US firms about the NHS.

The documents suggested that America was seeking “total market access” to the UK’s health service after Brexit.

Johnson’s Government dismissed the claims at the time, insisting the NHS would always remain “off the table” in talks with the US.

So there you have it.

Jeremy Corbyn was right about plans to privatise the NHS and sell it off to the United States, and Boris Johnson, Liz Truss, and the rest of the Tories were themselves lying when they called him a liar for mentioning it.

Or so the evidence states. I’d like to see any hard facts from Johnson, Truss, or indeed anyone else that can refute it.


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Putin arrest warrant issued; warrants for Blair and Bush might be more successful

Vladimir Putin: if he ever did go on the run, he might look like this – especially if he didn’t have time to grab a shirt.

Here’s a redundant threat:

The international criminal court (ICC) in The Hague has issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin for overseeing the abduction of Ukrainian children, sending Russia another significant step on the path to becoming a pariah state.

In granting the request for warrants by the ICC prosecutor, a panel of judges agreed that there were “reasonable grounds” to believe Putin and his children’s rights commissioner, Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova, bore responsibility for the “unlawful deportation” of Ukrainian children.

The warrants are the first to be issued by the ICC for crimes committed in the Ukraine war, and it is one of the rare occasions when the court has issued a warrant for a sitting head of state

How does the ICC expect to deliver that warrant and have the arrest made?

Vladimir Putin is the head of the Russian state and, despite its losses in Ukraine, that country’s armed forces remain formidable – not to mention its nuclear arsenal.

He has no reason to honour the warrant and there is no possibility of him facing justice for his alleged crimes.

Some think the ICC should concentrate on more achievable aims:

How about it, ICC? Will you go after some alleged war criminals who can be brought to justice? Why not?

Source: ICC judges issue arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin over alleged war crimes | Vladimir Putin | The Guardian


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Truss chief of staff is being investigated by FBI for US bribery and corruption

This being a bank holiday weekend, This Writer is either otherwise occupied or almost totally incapacitated, so I’m putting up material that has interested me – and I hope it interests you. Make of it what you will:

Here‘s a bit more information on Mark Fullbrook being quizzed by the FBI.

Have YOU donated to my crowdfunding appeal, raising funds to fight false libel claims by TV celebrities who should know better? These court cases cost a lot of money so every penny will help ensure that wealth doesn’t beat justice.

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