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  The actual terrorists

Klaus Madersbacher


“Sometimes I wonder about the value of a ‘culture’ that is incapable of giving people enough spiritual strength to find out when they’re being lied to as cheekily as they currently are by the main stream media. These lies, of course, are against the interests of the vast majority of mankind.”

I wrote these sentences in July 2011, when three major European cultural nations together with a few smaller ones under the leadership of the cultural superpower shot the peaceful country of Libya to shreds and systematically devastated it.

The crime against peace is the crime for which the Nazi leaders were executed after World War II. Today apparently only very few people seem to know that it is a crime to initiate a war of aggression. The crime against peace – the unleashing of a war of aggression – is the most serious of war crimes, the "supreme crime".

Simply put that means that the person/government/nation that starts a war is responsible for all the crimes committed in connection with that war.

Killing or injuring people is a crime, and the destruction of houses, infrastructure and other property are crimes regardless if they are carried out by armies with a parliamentary approved budget using sophisticated military equipment.

Even if such splendid democratic institutions as the United States Congress, Her Majesty’s Parliament or the German Bundestag grant permission for such activities that does not change the fact that they are crimes – war crimes under International law.

The Nazi leaders were not hanged until after the Second World War. During the war they and most people in the country probably did not think that such a fate was awaiting them.

Things are not much different today. No one knows who of the leaders currently in power will end up hanging at the end of a rope if a new “Nuremberg Trial” comes after the end of the wars currently being waged by the US and its European vassals. In general it can be assumed that all the wars currently being fought are crimes against peace. And that they won’t last forever.

Those who have started these wars and still are waging them may still have an untarnished image in the West, where their propaganda organs overwhelm facts and rational thinking and present aggression in a favorable light. The much bigger part of the world, however, sees their actions quite differently. One day not too far in the future a Stalingrad 2.0 will pave the way to a Nuremberg 2.0, and the actual terrorists will find themselves in the dock, and the defense of aggression as “building democracy” will not convince the jury.

  antikrieg.com, 7. Dezember 2015  
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