Try Obama for War Crimes

Obama has waged a relentless war on humanity. Along with the American press—lead by the soon defunct New York Times, which provided cover for his Nazi policy—they acted with no less devotion to their population control “Green Utopia” fantasy then they did with the rise of fascism in the 1920s and 30s. Fortunately there are enough Americans who despise this level of treason, as we saw in the recent election, to end this sadistic cult also known as the British Empire.

Foremost among the opposition is Lyndon LaRouche, and his association, which stood alone for much of the Obama Presidency in condemning the Nazi policy of budget austerity a.k.a Obamacare, the Wall St. bailouts and outright theft, the “Tuesday Kill List” drone killings, and the many illegal wars on Libya, Syria, and Yemen.

There was also the military, under leaders such as Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs (now retired), among others, which lead opposition to Obama’s war agenda and prevented the U.S. from committing the most heinous of human crimes—an aggressive nuclear weapons attack, and in this case on a major nation, either Russia or China.

Such crimes cannot go unpunished, neither the war crimes, nor the economic crimes. Wall St. executives must be sent to jail for their crimes leading into the 2008 crisis, and since. So must Obama. The precedent of not prosecuting and convicting past leaders of high office for gross crimes must stop here. Obama went too far, committed crimes too heinous—crimes which no one must ever be allowed to repeat. Humankind is too important.

In response to a statement by Rep. Ted Lieu warning that U.S. cooperation with the Saudi criminal war on Yemen leaves our military subject to war crime prosecution, Sen. Richard Black (R-VA), former Chief, Criminal Law Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General at the Pentagon, said the following:

“I agree with Rep. Lieu’s legal analysis. However, I believe the more practical aspect of this is the legal exposure of our most senior officials, who directed our servicemen’s actions. Under the precedent set by the American War Crimes Tribunal of Japanese Admiral Yamamoto following WWII, the senior commander is criminally liable for generalized criminal misconduct by his subordinates. This applies to conduct of which he knew or should have known.”America has widely flouted international norms of conduct in its wars of aggression against Serbia, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and now Yemen. Some acts appear to constitute common law crimes such as our refusal to accept the surrender of Col. Kaddafi when he offered to leave Libya. The U.S., Great Britain, and France reportedly conferred before deciding to ignore his offer to abdicate, and facilitated his murder instead.

“By flouting settled norms of wartime conduct, the U.S. has severely undermined its moral authority and diminished its power across the globe. While I support a robust defense, we gain nothing by fighting wars to advance globalism, particularly when such wars violate the Law of Land Warfare.”

Both a Pecora Commission to investigate and prosecute economic crimes against our nation by Wall St. executives, as well as legal tribunal to address the severe breaches of Constitutional and International law—laws that Obama himself so sincerely promised to uphold when running for office—which have been violated by leading actors in the executive branch, foremost by Obama, but also likely by John Brennan, Valerie Jarret, Victoria Nuland, Samantha Powers, and Susan Rice, among others.

Our Constitution is too sacred. The crimes committed against untold millions of human beings under the name of the American people must be addressed. Obama is the leading war and economic criminal of his generation, and he must be held to account by the principle of our Constitution, and of natural law.

 

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