Émission de radio L'Autre Monde

Émission de radio L'Autre Monde

vendredi 28 octobre 2005



Developpements importants en Iraq.

Premierement, a propos du proces-theatre de Saddam Hussein et des techniques d'intimidations contre l'equipe d'avocats qui le defend:

- Saddam's defense team wants to put Bush on trial
- Iraqi interior ministry accused of assassinating defence lawyer in Hussein trial

Extrait du dernier article:

"10/25/05 "WSW" -- -- The interior ministry of the pro-US government in Iraq is being directly accused of carrying out the murder of Sadoun Antar Nudsaif al-Janabi, a key defence lawyer in the trial of Saddam Hussein and seven others that began on October 19.Janabi was seized from his office late in the evening on October 20 by as many as 10 men. Witnesses claim they were wearing police uniforms. Several hours later, Janabi’s body was found on the street near Baghdad’s Fardous Mosque. He had been killed execution-style with two gunshots to the head."

A propos des abus des prisonniers en Iraq, et de la torture "made in America" utiliser systematiquement par les americains:

- U.S. Operatives Killed Detainees During Interrogations in Afghanistan and Iraq

CIA, Navy Seals and Military Intelligence Personnel Implicated

- Dozens of Abu Ghraibs

GENEVA, Oct 25 (IPS) - U.S. human rights groups have denounced before the U.N. Human Rights Committee that there are perhaps dozens of secret detention centres around the world where Washington is holding an unknown number of prisoners as part of its "war on terror".

- The Former Head of Abu Ghraib, Admits She Broke the Geneva Conventions

"We all knew it was contrary to the Geneva Conventions. And we were told that this – these instructions were being given by Secretary Rumsfeld"

Et tout le reste:

- I wonder how many people really believe that the milestone figure of 2000 US soldiers killed is the real truth

- Another Iraq war legacy: badly wounded US troops

Le vrai nombre de soldats americains tues est probablement plus proche du double en fait, et meme plus, en plus des 20 000+ de blesses....

- Sunni Arabs Launch Political Campaign to Kick U.S. Out

Les iraquiens veulent que les aggresseurs sortent de leur pays, alors bye bye les pretentions de Bush sur la liberation des iraquiens et l'apport de democratie!

- U.S. Recruits Peruvians For Security in Iraq

Comme dans l'empire romain, lorsqu'il n'y avait plus assez de soldats pour se battre pour les empereurs dans leurs stupides guerres de conquetes ils employaient esclaves et etrangers dans leur propre armee....

- Iraqi oil exports halted as attacks continue

Le petrole completement arrete du a des attaques incessantes sur les infrastructures petrolieres.

- 3 huge bombs blow up near Baghdad hotel

Qui a avantage a attaquer les journalistes en Iraq????

- Greg Palast: Opec And The Economic Conquest Of Iraq:

10/24/05 "Harper's" -- -- TWO AND A HALF YEARS AND $202 BILLION into the war in Iraq, the United States has at least one significant new asset to show for it: effective membership, through our control of Iraq's energy policy, in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), the Arab-dominated oil cartel.

- The Epic Crime That Dares Not Speak Its Name

By John Pilger

10/27/05 "ICH " -- -- A Royal Air Force officer is about to be tried before a military court for refusing to return to Iraq because the war is illegal. Malcolm Kendall-Smith is the first British officer to face criminal charges for challenging the legality of the invasion and occupation. He is not a conscientious objector; he has completed two tours in Iraq. When he came home the last time, he studied the reasons given for attacking Iraq and concluded he was breaking the law. His position is supported by international lawyers all over the world, not least by Kofi Annan, the UN secretary general, who said in September last year: "The US-led invasion of Iraq was an illegal act that contravened the UN Charter."

The question of legality deeply concerns the British military brass, who sought Tony Blair's assurance on the eve of the invasion, got it and, as they now know, were lied to. They are right to worry; Britain is a signatory to the treaty that set up the International Criminal Court, which draws its codes from the Geneva Conventions and the 1945 Nuremberg Charter. The latter is clear: "To initiate a war of aggression... is not only an international crime, it is the supreme international crime, differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole."

At the Nuremberg trial of the Nazi leadership, counts one and two, "Conspiracy to wage aggressive war and waging aggressive war", refer to "the common plan or conspiracy". These are defined in the indictment as "the planning, preparation, initiation and waging of wars of aggression, which were also wars in violation of international treaties, agreements and assurances".

A wealth of evidence is now available that George Bush, Blair and their advisers did just that. The leaked minutes from the infamous Downing Street meeting in July 2002 alone reveal that Blair and his war cabinet knew that it was illegal. The attack that followed, mounted against a defenceless country offering no threat to the US or Britain, has a precedent in Hitler's invasion of Sudetenland; the lies told to justify both are eerily similar.

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