“Humanitarian intervention”?: Unprovoked War is a Nuremberg Crime

Defendants talk at the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg / Wiki Commons *

Notice to Obama and the Atrocities Prevention Board: Unprovoked War is a Nuremberg Crime


LaRouchePac

April 30, 2012

The notion of “humanitarian intervention,” now repackaged as the “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P), if carried out in an actual military attack on a sovereign country, is a violation of fundamental principles of international law and U.S. treaties which bind the United States to those principles. Obama’s new Atrocities Prevention Board (APB), by its stated objectives, would put APB officials and other top Obama Administration personnel into the category of international outlaws, guilty of offenses for which the Nuremberg defendants were convicted and sentenced, some to death by hanging. (The same would apply, of course, to a military attack or intervention against Iran or Syria.)

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Government, Parliament and military forces of Sweden reported for war crimes in Libya

International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals at Nuremberg / Wiki Commons *

highcrimes.org/en
November 4, 2011

The International Prosecution Chamber in Stockholm

Box 70296
107 22 Stockholm
SWEDEN

Report on serious offences subject to public prosecution

The offences include violations of international law,1 genocide,2 terrorism,3 and financing of terrorism.4

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