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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Apr 22, 2024 5:46 pm

Lordo wrote:Very informative.



What a fantastic Lawyer! Even though some of the Latin phrases were a bit difficult to grasp his presentation was first class ..... and he didn't swear once. This war would end tomorrow if the US/UK took any notice of International Law and Treaties ..... instead of applying THEIR own rules when it suits them and ONLY when it suits them.

I will give you Israel's defence ........ "It is the land our God gave to us as his chosen people!" ..... because if thy were to actually stick to the Law as this man explains, all they can do is pack up AND GO somewhere else ...... maybe the US ..... they have plenty of spare space. :roll:

Well done LORDO that was a very good find! :) :wink:
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Tue Apr 23, 2024 12:18 am

Robin Hood wrote:
Lordo wrote:Very informative.



What a fantastic Lawyer! Even though some of the Latin phrases were a bit difficult to grasp his presentation was first class ..... and he didn't swear once. This war would end tomorrow if the US/UK took any notice of International Law and Treaties ..... instead of applying THEIR own rules when it suits them and ONLY when it suits them.

I will give you Israel's defence ........ "It is the land our God gave to us as his chosen people!" ..... because if thy were to actually stick to the Law as this man explains, all they can do is pack up AND GO somewhere else ...... maybe the US ..... they have plenty of spare space. :roll:

Well done LORDO that was a very good find! :) :wink:

Unfortunately the West Nazis will take as much notice as the German Nazis would have done back in Germany during WW2. The court is headed by an American judge. I am not very hopeful of the outcome from this. But I agree the presenting lawyer could not make it any clearer as it is lawyer to lawyer talk.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Apr 23, 2024 12:38 am

...and then there is Cyprus; it surprises me the parallels: a minority seeking far more than what would be allowed anywhere else, broken promises and British involvement as such, Individual Rights reduced to people "being" Persons, the People divided as such.

...i second that, good find Lordo.

Britain's failure at divesting themselves of their colonial interests is to blame in both cases. What is a lawless state without Justice as a result has festered ever since, in affect depriving all these people (and all of us) of Peace. Only force enables the(se) situation(s) to exist. And such acts institutionalised do not constitute an engagement in self-defense because it violates the Human Rights of "others". This Ignorance has continued beyond, as it can clearly be seen in the Ukraine with its political manipulations, the 'us' whom "They'' serve divided and demonised; "Their" fears (realised) more drama than fact. "Americans" are not blameless in that regard i'll add but so are 'we' (those of us not "Them"), depending so much on Americans (Americans not "Them"), for the Freedom which it seems has been taken for granted by all of us now far too long.

...his case is presented clearly, and in terms that are very simple to understand; i'll look forward to the judge's reply.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Apr 23, 2024 4:24 am



...call him apolitical, because he considers neither side an enemy, nor will he be drawn into others' affairs.
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Postby Lordo » Tue Apr 23, 2024 7:57 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...and then there is Cyprus; it surprises me the parallels: a minority seeking far more than what would be allowed anywhere else, broken promises and British involvement as such, Individual Rights reduced to people "being" Persons, the People divided as such.

...i second that, good find Lordo.

Britain's failure at divesting themselves of their colonial interests is to blame in both cases. What is a lawless state without Justice as a result has festered ever since, in affect depriving all these people (and all of us) of Peace. Only force enables the(se) situation(s) to exist. And such acts institutionalised do not constitute an engagement in self-defense because it violates the Human Rights of "others". This Ignorance has continued beyond, as it can clearly be seen in the Ukraine with its political manipulations, the 'us' whom "They'' serve divided and demonised; "Their" fears (realised) more drama than fact. "Americans" are not blameless in that regard i'll add but so are 'we' (those of us not "Them"), depending so much on Americans (Americans not "Them"), for the Freedom which it seems has been taken for granted by all of us now far too long.

...his case is presented clearly, and in terms that are very simple to understand; i'll look forward to the judge's reply.

With one difference RW, in Israel the minority control of the majority was legalised by the UN in 1948 and it has been going on ever since.

On the other hand going back to 1960 in Cyprus, I do not see the minority asking for more than they deserved. They were asking for enough to survive. This happens in UK currently. England gives more than a fair share to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. With control comes responsibility to look after everybody in a country and shop keeper mentality of how much you put in in the pot does not decide how much you take out, you take what is needed to survive. And yes, it is the wealthier's responsibility to look after those who are not so well off through no fault of their own. We are not all born with a silver spoon in our mouths.

I hear that arrest warrants of Nutenyahu and his top generals are being prepared. When the government eventually changes just like in Serbia, they will handed over to the court if they survive that long. In the meantime, it is the court's duty to put an end to this and order action so people can take action legally even if it means attacking America soldiers in the Middle East. Similar arrest warrants must also be prepared for the enablers like Fishy, Biden and Scholz.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Tue Apr 23, 2024 8:19 am

For those who can read Turkish this is very interesting analysis of the situation in International Law and what America is doing.

Kofi Annan üniversitemize gelip “Siz Amerikalılar nasıl olur da kendi koyduğunuz uluslararası prensipleri çiğnersiniz?” diye sorduğunda dahi ortalık sessizdi.

When Kofi Annan visited and asked 2How do the American ignore the very principles they created. Not a sound was heard


https://www.kibrisligazetesi.com/yazarlar/gencler-fasizm-ve-filistin/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTEAAR2vpQI6_l8bErddRKWwZSbiWiXz7wOlwEY8v8HPi69Hvpz659TSVZVaAIE_aem_AfWf808ug7oytewlzV-8dA99wcTC5mbXKwgm7WliYYhhVzksLU_j0CF9nHCfIsitQo6pm_EJ1_ZQ3ELI-1APqddr
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Tue Apr 23, 2024 4:39 pm

Another day another mass grave particularly near a hospital. ICJ still does not get it. They like to let the murderers continue to murder. The head of the fuckin IJC should be given a fair trial the Swine.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/un-rights-chief-horrified-by-mass-grave-reports-at-gaza-hospitals/ar-AA1nvLbq?ocid=entnewsntp&pc=U531&cvid=4d93db67750c4099fcc74703014d591a&ei=17
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Postby Lordo » Thu Apr 25, 2024 9:24 pm

Incredible.
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Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Apr 26, 2024 3:52 am



...much hope.
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