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GLOBAL ANTIWAR MOVEMENT DECLARES SUPPORT FOR TERRORISTS AGAINST US, UK
Monday, June 27, 2005 | Kristinn

Posted on 06/27/2005 5:22:48 PM PDT by kristinn

At the culmination of a gathering of global 'antiwar' groups in Istanbul to hold court on the liberation of Iraq led by the United States and the United Kingdom, the jurors who heard testimony against the liberators issued their findings which included a declaration of support for the terrorists in Iraq who are killing American, British and coalition soldiers and Iraqis.

The World Tribunal on Iraq is endorsed by leading leftwing organizations from around the world including American-based groups like Not in Our Name Project, United for Peace and Justice, Code Pink and International ANSWER.

The war on terror has reached a critical juncture. The left has publicly chosen sides with this announcement. There can be no more talk of 'we support the soldiers but not the war.' As Aloha Ronnie says, THE ENEMY IS WITHIN.

Here are two statements from the trbunal's announcement on Iraq:

10. There is widespread opposition to the occupation. Political, social, and civil resistance through peaceful means is subjected to repression by the occupying forces. It is the brutality of the occupation that has provoked a strong armed resistance and certain acts of desperation. By the principles embodied in the UN Charter and in international law, the popular national resistance to the occupation is legitimate and justified. It deserves the support of people everywhere who care for justice and freedom.

AND

III. Recommendations
Recognising the right of the Iraqi people to resist the illegal occupation of their country and to develop independent institutions, and affirming that the right to resist the occupation is the right to wage a struggle for self-determination, freedom, and independence as derived from the Charter of the United Nations, we the Jury of Conscience declare our solidarity with the people of Iraq.

The Tribunal also calls for the world community to support the terrorists by denying aid to those fighting them in Iraq:

10. That people around the world resist and reject any effort by any of their governments to provide material, logistical, or moral support to the occupation of Iraq.

The tribunal betrays the bravery of the 8 million Iraqis who their cast their votes in January by declaring the elected government of Iraq illegitimate. The terrorists couldn't have said it better:

9. Any law or institution created under the aegis of occupation is devoid of both legal and moral authority. The recently concluded election, the Constituent Assembly, the current government, and the drafting committee for the Constitution are therefore all illegitimate.

Link to the trbunal's pronouncement here.

Link to the list of endorsers here.

Some of you may read this and say this is not news. As with last night's posting about Code Pink, the left has been trying keep under wraps their support for the terrorists. Now, they have boldy declared themselves to be on the side of the terrorists.

We knew this day would come after September 11. We just didn't know the day.


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1 posted on 06/27/2005 5:22:49 PM PDT by kristinn
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To: kristinn
Anti-war movement supporting religious zealots in their quest to kill us all.

Makes perfect sense to me............
2 posted on 06/27/2005 5:24:45 PM PDT by KoRn
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To: kristinn

I believe it is time to start beheading people just for sympathy for the War on Terror.

(Hell it works for the Terrorists)


3 posted on 06/27/2005 5:24:56 PM PDT by TexasTransplant (NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSET)
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To: kristinn

Any law or institution created under the aegis of occupation is devoid of both legal and moral authority.

Guess this means the Palestinian Authority is no more?


4 posted on 06/27/2005 5:27:09 PM PDT by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: TexasTransplant

LOL!! Except it's not really funny. The libs didn't mention that the terrorists are intentionally targetting civilians. How could any civilized person support that?


5 posted on 06/27/2005 5:27:41 PM PDT by Wristpin ( Varitek says to A-Rod: "We don't throw at .260 hitters.....")
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To: kristinn

This so-called "Jury of Conscience" can Kiss My Ass!!!


6 posted on 06/27/2005 5:27:56 PM PDT by sauropod (Polite political action is about as useful as a miniskirt in a convent -- Claire Wolfe)
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To: tet68

I guess they like Sadam's regime better. Sheesh.


8 posted on 06/27/2005 5:29:30 PM PDT by fhayek
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To: kristinn

How nice to finally see the cards that some thought were "hidden".


9 posted on 06/27/2005 5:30:12 PM PDT by mmercier (nothing new under this sun)
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To: kristinn

Global anti-war groups. They should talk to the leaders of the terrorist groups. Oh, wait, they might be the leaders of the terrorist groups.


10 posted on 06/27/2005 5:31:20 PM PDT by RightWhale (withdraw from the 1967 UN Outer Space Treaty)
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To: sauropod

"Seconded."


11 posted on 06/27/2005 5:32:30 PM PDT by TheErnFormerlyKnownAsBig (You can turn your head away from the Berg video and still hear Al Queda's calls to prayer.)
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To: kristinn

Seems that they want to both judge and control matters of both legal and moral authority.

Now, does not that sound like Iran's approach to governing.


12 posted on 06/27/2005 5:33:06 PM PDT by ncountylee (Dead terrorists smell like victory)
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To: shotokan

Thought you might enjoy this.


13 posted on 06/27/2005 5:34:38 PM PDT by TheErnFormerlyKnownAsBig (You can turn your head away from the Berg video and still hear Al Queda's calls to prayer.)
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To: kristinn
we the Jury of Conscience declare our solidarity with the people of Iraq.

They mean the Iraqi terrorists. Most of the Iraqi people support whats going on from the polls Ive read.

Also, side with terrorists then die like them.

What is "The Jury of Conscience?" Some sort of UN scientology cult?

14 posted on 06/27/2005 5:37:05 PM PDT by No Blue States
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To: kristinn

The left used to hate it when we supported authoritarian regimes that were against communism. The cried about the repression and human rights violations.

Now when we change our policy and take down authoritarian regimes and spread freedom, they cry about the repression and human right violations.

At least their consistent in their own warped way, they're still hard core communists.


15 posted on 06/27/2005 5:37:06 PM PDT by listenhillary (FR is infiltrated with defeatists, socialists, pessimists, and fools all with intent to destroy us)
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To: kristinn
10. There is widespread opposition to the occupation.

Of course, the "resistance" is killing mostly other Iraqis.

16 posted on 06/27/2005 5:37:14 PM PDT by marron
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To: kristinn

If my country is willing to swear in a pot-bellied, middle-aged soldier's dad with an ANSWER--sized chip on his shoulder, then this particular one is willing to help take out anti-American trash with extreme prejudice.


17 posted on 06/27/2005 5:37:45 PM PDT by niteowl77 (Dick Durbin's mouth has caused more deaths than my gun.)
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To: kristinn

It'll be interesting to see which democrats show up for the September ANSWER protests.


18 posted on 06/27/2005 5:38:04 PM PDT by CFC__VRWC ("Anytime a liberal squeals in outrage, an angel gets its wings!" - gidget7)
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To: kristinn

http://www.notinourname.net/archive/mission-statement-aug03.htm

About the Not in Our Name Project
In March 2002, individuals from different organizations, backgrounds, communities and political perspectives met together at St. Mary's Church in Harlem, NYC, to discuss what was needed to build resistance to the U.S. government's "war on terrorism" launched in the aftermath of September 11, 2001. The group recognized that the government was embarking on a new openly imperial policy towards the world and a dangerous escalation in the curtailment of rights domestically. The Not in Our Name Pledge of Resistance and Statement of Conscience-Not in Our Name are the two living documents that were developed from the March 2002 meeting and express the essence of the Not in Our Name Project. Participation is open to individuals and
organizations that adopt the Pledge and participate in Not in Our Name-initiated and supported events and campaigns.







Here is our answer; We refuse to allow you to speak for all the American People... We refuse to be party to these wars and we repudiate any inference that they are being waged in our name or welfare. We extend a hand to those around the world suffering from these policies; we will show our solidarity in word and deed.

Not In Our Name Advertisement
New York Times, September 19, 2002


19 posted on 06/27/2005 5:39:06 PM PDT by listenhillary (FR is infiltrated with defeatists, socialists, pessimists, and fools all with intent to destroy us)
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To: kristinn

I'm glad to see the Not in Our Name Project, United for Peace and Justice, Code Pink and ANSWER outed in this manner.

If the feds can tie these groups to the declaration of support for terrorists, it's time to either start deporting or incarcerating.

I here there's openings about 90 miles south of Miami.


20 posted on 06/27/2005 5:39:59 PM PDT by DoughtyOne (US socialist liberalism would be dead without the help of politicians who claim to be conservative.)
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To: kristinn
Recognising the right of the Iraqi people to resist the illegal occupation of their country and to develop independent institutions... we the Jury of Conscience declare our solidarity with the people of Iraq.

Hmmm, I guess this jury of idiots is confused about the enemy here....

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/06/02/AR2005060201098.html

Insurgent violence has claimed the lives of 12,000 Iraqis over the past 18 months, Interior Minister Bayan Jabr said Thursday, giving the first official count for the largest category of victims of bombings, ambushes and other increasingly deadly attacks. At least 36 more Iraqi civilians, security force members and officials were killed Thursday in attacks that underscored the ruthlessness and growing randomness of much of the violence. The day's victims included 12 people killed when a suicide attacker drove a vehicle loaded with explosives into a restaurant near the northern city of Kirkuk.In Baghdad, gunmen opened fire on a market area crowded with civilians, killing nine, the Defense Ministry said.

Yeah, really standing with the average Iraqi by opposing the US. Bunch of tools.

21 posted on 06/27/2005 5:42:04 PM PDT by Darkwolf377 (Don't suffer fools gladly? I don't suffer them at all.)
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To: kristinn

When these "Americans" return home they should be richly rewarded for their help to our nation. A free tour of an alligator farm, up close and personal like.


22 posted on 06/27/2005 5:47:31 PM PDT by Mr. Keys
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To: No Blue States

I heard a lib on AirAmerica today reading an article about some elections in Iraq....the article was describing how an Iraqi man and Iraqi woman split up and went to different voting places, because if a suicide bomber showed up, hopefully one parent would be left alive to take care of the kids....

When I heard that, I was awed by the Iraqi couple, and proud that our American troops have made the elections possible...but NOoooooooooooooooo---

According to the lib on the radio, we Americans should be "shot" for putting these poor people in the position of having to split up to vote, and worry about whether the live through it...

You can't argue with people that use that logic...

I read on the Fox ticker on the screen today, that the upcoming elections in Afghanistan are VERY anticipated, and that voter registration is very high, with people having to walk for long distances, just to register to vote...I bet some of them might even be women that might have had their heads cut off out in mid-field of the soccer stadium a few years ago....


23 posted on 06/27/2005 5:48:28 PM PDT by Txsleuth (Mark Levin for Supreme Court Justice)
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To: kristinn

Now what? Does our govt. know this? Do our representatives know this? Will they listen to us if it's sent to them? If I lived in D.C. I'd take it to the Capital and leave it on every desk there. This really pisses me off Kristinn.


24 posted on 06/27/2005 5:51:54 PM PDT by hipaatwo (When you're in trouble you want all your friends around you...preferably armed!)
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To: kristinn
Rove was right.

Let's see the liberals try to wiggle their way out of this one.

Rove MUST have known about this already. Gawd! I love that guy! He is good!

25 posted on 06/27/2005 5:55:23 PM PDT by concerned about politics (Vote Republican - Vote morally correct!)
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To: tet68
Guess this means the Palestinian Authority is no more?

Good point.

26 posted on 06/27/2005 5:57:34 PM PDT by concerned about politics (Vote Republican - Vote morally correct!)
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To: TheErnFormerlyKnownAsBig
Thought you might enjoy this.

F****** bastards. Since we are not supposed to advocate violent acts I will withold further comment. I do however enjoy my collection of sharp pointy things.

27 posted on 06/27/2005 5:57:42 PM PDT by Horatio Gates (Peas through superior fertilizer!)
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To: kristinn
Why do they even bother to call it "antiwar" movement? They aren't against war, they're only against wars where America wins...or fights. They're all for wars against America.

Cheesh...give up the "hidden agenda" [barely, at that] and just call it the AntiAmerican movement.

28 posted on 06/27/2005 5:58:31 PM PDT by Scott from the Left Coast
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To: kristinn

OK so we know who the terror supporters are if they step inside our grasp they get an all expense paid stay at Club Gitmo; end of story.


29 posted on 06/27/2005 6:05:15 PM PDT by SandRat (Duty, Honor, Country. What else needs to be said?)
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To: kristinn

Allllll righty then. It's time to start killing them.


30 posted on 06/27/2005 6:09:03 PM PDT by Noumenon (Activist judges - out of touch, out of tune, but not out of reach.)
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To: kristinn

I would like to see a Sense of Congress Resolution condemning this Tribunal and it's Recommendations.

Let's see who really is for us and who is against us in the roll call votes.


31 posted on 06/27/2005 6:10:35 PM PDT by Da Mav
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To: kristinn

What a bunch of cunnings.


32 posted on 06/27/2005 6:11:39 PM PDT by Lazamataz (Looks like the Supreme Court wants to play Cowboys and Homeowners.)
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To: kristinn

It didn't take them long to prove Rove absolutely right.


33 posted on 06/27/2005 6:13:11 PM PDT by expatpat
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To: Da Mav
I would like to see a Sense of Congress Resolution condemning this Tribunal and it's Recommendations.

Let's see who really is for us and who is against us in the roll call votes.

That's an excellent idea!! It'll back them all into a corner. E-Mail Rove! What an opportunity!

34 posted on 06/27/2005 6:17:33 PM PDT by concerned about politics (Vote Republican - Vote morally correct!)
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To: Scott from the Left Coast

Right on the money!


35 posted on 06/27/2005 6:20:58 PM PDT by CedarDave (New Mexico: Ranked dumbest in the country and our leader is Emperor Richardson I)
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To: kristinn
Another reason to prove that Rove is right. Does the MSM recognize how idiotic the left really is? The Teddy Kennedy crowd and a few idiot Republicans beat the drum for these folks but hide the drum.

The Media needs to cover just how wacky these folks are!!!!

36 posted on 06/27/2005 6:24:01 PM PDT by armymarinemom (My sons freed Iraqi and Afghanistan Honor Roll students.And we're unlikely to get a look into this t)
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To: kristinn

Perhaps it's time We The People declared war on "The World Tribunal on Iraq", "Not in Our Name Project", "United for Peace and Justice", "Code Pink". "International ANSWER", etc. We're certainly up to it, and we're well armed too.


37 posted on 06/27/2005 6:24:26 PM PDT by Mad_Tom_Rackham (Mark Levin and Ann Coulter for SCOTUS!)
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To: Mad_Tom_Rackham
Perhaps it's time We The People declared war on "The World Tribunal on Iraq",

They're doing a great job of defeating themselves. They're just a bunch of unemployed losers.
I don't think many people take them seriously. They just like to make a lot noise. So does my dog.

38 posted on 06/27/2005 6:29:21 PM PDT by concerned about politics (Vote Republican - Vote morally correct!)
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To: kristinn

Hey, easy there buddy! You're startin' to sound like Karl Rove!


39 posted on 06/27/2005 6:29:27 PM PDT by rogue yam
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To: concerned about politics

That's an excellent idea!! It'll back them all into a corner. E-Mail Rove! What an opportunity!




It was a serious suggestion. I don't have Rove's email but maybe somebody here can pass it along to someone who does. I don't give a hoot if my name is attached to it or not. I'd just like to see these enemies of our country denounced and their supporters exposed.


40 posted on 06/27/2005 6:31:14 PM PDT by Da Mav
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To: kristinn

We always knew they were not really anti war, just anti US.

Now they have told us what side they are really on and it has nothing to do with being anti war.


41 posted on 06/27/2005 6:33:17 PM PDT by Pylot
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To: kristinn

And the Democrats want Rove to apologize for citing the obvious.


42 posted on 06/27/2005 6:35:21 PM PDT by Go Gordon
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To: kristinn
"It is the brutality of the occupation that has provoked a strong armed resistance and certain acts of desperation… It deserves the support of people everywhere "

Self incriminating statements like this only come when the left feels backed into a corner. This means we are winning!

Thanks for the great post!

43 posted on 06/27/2005 6:40:57 PM PDT by elfman2 (This space is intentionally left blank)
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To: tet68

And what of Japan? Are they living in anarchy?


44 posted on 06/27/2005 6:41:48 PM PDT by weegee (Re: immigration "Those Syrians are coming to Iraq to do the bombings that Iraqis won't do.")
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To: Pylot
"We always knew they were not really anti war, just anti US."

Anti-war means anti-capitalist. They’d be happy with a leftist US.

45 posted on 06/27/2005 6:42:40 PM PDT by elfman2 (This space is intentionally left blank)
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To: Da Mav

If anyone is a subscriber to Rush Limbaugh's show, he has a special email account for paying members (should be more direct than his regular email).

Try Drudge, Michael Savage, Laura Ingraham, and others....


46 posted on 06/27/2005 6:43:18 PM PDT by weegee (Re: immigration "Those Syrians are coming to Iraq to do the bombings that Iraqis won't do.")
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To: listenhillary

Saddam admired Stalin. Both were socialists.

Nothing has changed. The left loves their strong rulers.


47 posted on 06/27/2005 6:45:02 PM PDT by weegee (Re: immigration "Those Syrians are coming to Iraq to do the bombings that Iraqis won't do.")
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To: kristinn

Can we start questioning their patriotism yet?


48 posted on 06/27/2005 6:46:09 PM PDT by struwwelpeter (Bak. Derk-derka Allah. Derka derka, Mohammed Jihad. Baka sherpa-sherpa. Abaka-la.)
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To: elfman2

You need to look deeper into these groups. At their core they are full fleged communists and anarchist-socialists. They want to tear down our Constitutional form of government.

Have fun thumbing through their litter-ature...

http://www.akpress.org/

Ted Rall is in this movement. It is why he supports the right to bear arms, he wants to have a gun with the revolution begins.


49 posted on 06/27/2005 6:47:55 PM PDT by weegee (Re: immigration "Those Syrians are coming to Iraq to do the bombings that Iraqis won't do.")
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To: kristinn

I came into this discussion late.

But I have a question.

Does anyone have a reason why Americans are Anti-American? I can understand the jealousy of Nations against the USofA, but . . . why are our own citizens Anti-American?

Don't they realize they could be living under a repressive government which would as soon kill them as allow them to make negative comments about that government? Didn't they study history in school?

Someone got an explanation? Besides "friggin' idiot" I mean. Or maybe that's the explanation.


50 posted on 06/27/2005 6:50:04 PM PDT by HighlyOpinionated (http://chrenkoff.blogspot.com - an MSM-free zone)
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