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Gardai asked to arrest Kissinger in Dublin, 8th May 2010


Mouroux

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Here it is:

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T63S-KNLEpg]YouTube - Ireland action to arrest wanted war criminal Kissinger Tri Lateral member may 2010.MP4[/ame]

It's interesting that they managed to run this story on Russian Television ('Russia Today')... but not a peep from RTE, etc.

I am sure Christopher Hitchens would be interested in this development!

;)
 

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That girl with the blonde hair is hot-rebel chic and such lovely hair, leaves me breathless every time.
 

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Irish Government refuses to enforce European Arrest Warrant!

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T63S-KNLEpg]YouTube - Ireland action to arrest wanted war criminal Kissinger Tri Lateral member may 2010.MP4[/ame]
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Spanish and French judges have issued International Arrest warrants against Henry Kissinger, who was here in Dublin last weekend. The Irish government has done nothing.

He called it a "commission rogatoire", not sure of the spelling. What's that? Is that what the French call the European Arrest warrant?

Henry Kissinger is wanted for questioning in Spain and France, over his involvement in the deaths of Spanish and French citizens in Chile, during the overthrow of Allende, which Kissinger instigated.
 
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Hey kerdasi, when the FG muppets get the memo telling them what to think, can you post it up:lol::lol:

Thanks
International arrest warrant?

A European Arrest warrant is the only thing that will work and Im surprised that if these judges were serious why did they not use that.

The French have set a precedent now with the Bailey case.


The OP mentions an EAW but I dont think that is the case with henry K.
 

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There is absolutely no such thing as an international arrest warrant, simpliciter. What exactly does the OP mean? Under which treaty or legislation was this supposed warrant issued? All I see to date is some fat ignorant person spouting absolute rubbish.

EDIT> Having listened again, it appears they want to extradite him for questioning, which is specifically prohibited under the European Arrest Warrants Act.
 

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I think I remember something Ted "The Unabomber" Karzcynski once wrote:

Notice the masochistic tendency of leftist tactics. Leftists protest by lying down in front of vehicles, they intentionally provoke police or racists to abuse them, etc. These tactics may often be effective, but many leftists use them not as a means to an end but because they prefer masochistic tactics. Self-hatred is a leftist trait
These people KNOW that pigs will fly before Henry Kissinger is banged up.

They might as well have kneeled down and said a few decades of rosary for all the good it would have done.

The pseudo-official pomposity of the fat guy with the mustache reading from his sheet, the twirp who quotes the number of the garda and the idiot holding the camera is laughable.

The pained expression on the bored Garda demonstrates he wouldn't stand there listening to these muppets only that he's probably earning some more overtime to pay for his son or daughter in college.

These muppets know that. They have no power and they never will. They just don't want to face up to their utter unimportance and obscurity.

I have more respect for those poor deluded flappy ugly women who expose themselves on "How To Look Good Naked."
 

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There is absolutely no such thing as an international arrest warrant, simpliciter. What exactly does the OP mean? Under which treaty or legislation was this supposed warrant issued? All I see to date is some fat ignorant person spouting absolute rubbish.

EDIT> Having listened again, it appears they want to extradite him for questioning, which is specifically prohibited under the European Arrest Warrants Act.
This is yet another demented thread from "kerdasi amaq" who seems to specialize in bringing us tales of conspiracy and nonsense

cYp
 

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This is yet another demented thread from "kerdasi amaq" who seems to specialize in bringing us tales of conspiracy and nonsense

cYp
Picked up on Stormfront, or at least from the same sources they get their "news".
 
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Hey kerdasi, when the FG muppets get the memo telling them what to think, can you post it up:lol::lol:

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+5

Poor bastards hardly believe at this stage that the EU will be there next week. It is like when Russia was invaded in WW2, Stalin reputedly could not talk for three days.
 

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I still think the blonde girl is hot, but I'm beginning to wonder if she's wearing a wig.
 

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What a bunch of muppets... none of them know what they are talking about...

This is such a non incident.

Whatever they were talking about amounted to people wanting to question Kissinger. That is far from an arrest warrant. The eejit didn't even know what the Trilateral Commission was ffs.

Kissinger was one of the greatest statesmen of the 20th Century. He did great great work for peace in the Middle East. He is also a Nobel Peace Prize winner and continues to be consulted by the Obama Administration. He is the foremost expert on International Relations in the world and an excellent historian.
 

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AFAIK he has previously cancelled trips because of fears he would be arrested
True but on foreign policy issues we are lacking all signs of a spine (as our dealing with the Israeli passport fiasco shows), the likelihood of us making a move on someone as well connected and influential as Kissinger is extremely remote.

Lord knows he deserves to spend his last few years staring at a silhouette of iron bars (preferably in some hot cockroach infested country) for all the wars, coups and criminal atrocities he has engineered during his career and i feel that Ireland itself will be dirtied just by his presence. Whatever these sinister figures are plotting and planning during their time here i hope none of it has to do with Ireland specifically.
 

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Think I heard today that the Spanish judge who issued the warrant has been given his P45 by a judicial council in Spain. Can't source it anywhere though.
 

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Poor bastards hardly believe at this stage that the EU will be there next week. It is like when Russia was invaded in WW2, Stalin reputedly could not talk for three days.
Now that FG has been shown to be a complete shower of losers we can expect their lame-assed mouth pieces to get scarse.

Good thing too as they spoil nearly every economic thread with their stupidity
 

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Picked up on Stormfront, or at least from the same sources they get their "news".
You and Henry have something in common - you both want a New World Order, the only difference perhaps is that Henry never pretended to care about the environment as a way of bringing it about.....

He did great great work for peace in the Middle East.
Think about that statement for a minute and the state of 'peace' in the Middle East just now.... Kissinger's use and betrayal of the Kurds in Iraq while in office (and the devastating effect this had on them under the Baathist regime when it was realised the US would abandon them at the drop of a hat)...

http://revcom.us/a/1226/lvexcerpt.htm

The Shah planned to abandon the Kurds "the minute he came to an agreement with his enemy over border disputes," one CIA memo noted. Eight hours after Iraq did agree to U.S.-Iranian terms, which were formalized in the Algiers Agreement of March 1975, the Shah and the U.S. cut off aid -- including food -- and closed Iran's border, cutting off Kurdish lines of retreat.

The Kurds had no idea that they were about to be abandoned. But Iraq knew, and the next day it launched an all-out, "search-and-destroy" attack. The Kurds, who had been led to believe that the U.S. was acting as a "guarantor" against betrayal by the Shah, were taken by complete surprise. Deprived of Iranian support, Kurdish forces were quickly decimated and between 150,000 and 300,000 Kurds were forced to flee into Iran.

The U.S. coldly betrayed its erstwhile Kurdish "allies," but even then, as the Pike Commission sardonically noted, "The cynicism of the U.S. and its ally had not yet completely run its course." Barzani had written to Kissinger, pleading desperately for help. Kissinger didn't bother replying.

Washington then "refused to extend humanitarian assistance to the thousands of refugees created by the abrupt termination of military aid," the Pike Commission reported. One CIA cable acknowledged, "[O]ur ally [Iran] was later to forcibly return over 40,000 of the refugees and the United States government refused to admit even one refugee into the United States by way of political asylum even though they qualified for such admittance."

The U.S.-Iranian covert campaign further poisoned relations between Baghdad and Iraq's Kurds. The Pike Commission concluded that if the U.S. and the Shah hadn't encouraged the insurgency, the Kurds "may have reached an accommodation with the central government, thus gaining at least a measure of autonomy while avoiding further bloodshed. Instead, our clients [the Kurds] fought on, sustaining thousands of casualties and 200,000 refugees."

Baghdad also retaliated with a massive pacification campaign: some 250,000 Kurds were forcibly relocated to central and southern Iraq, while many Arab Iraqis were forced to move to traditionally Kurdish areas.

In what became an infamous remark, Kissinger dismissed the Pike Commission's concerns: "Covert action," he said, "should not be confused with missionary work."
'Middle East work for peace'? You have a talent for irony.

He is also a Nobel Peace Prize winner and continues to be consulted by the Obama Administration.
The Nobel Peace Prize should be included in the Turner arts prize shortlist (alongside Marcel Duchamps' urinal) as a solid example of how satire and mockery is dead, you don't have to blow lots of people up to get that award but it helps (look at the list of winners), Obama got it on the expectation and condition that he will blow stuff up a lot during his career and he hasn't dissapointed yet.
 
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