Having indicted and convicted George W. Bush and Tony Blair of crimes against peace, the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission is moving on to their partners in the Middle East.
The Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission was founded five and a half years ago by Dr. Mohamad bin Mahathir, the charismatic and at times outspoken former Prime Minister of Malaysia. Earlier this year it convicted George W. Bush and his equal partner Tony Blair (Bliar to you) of crimes against peace. Bush appears to be keeping a low profile these days, but Blair has been reprising 10 years as Prime Minister with political matters including making speeches to arms makers. Rumour has it that when he surfaced again in London recently, he was greeted by a less than enthusiastic audience from Stop-the-War and friends.
These two men may no longer be in power, but the butcher behind Operation Cast Lead and the Flotilla Massacre is. This and other things has prompted Dr Mahathir and the KLWCC to commission hearings on Palestine.
Feel free to contact the Commission if you wish to file a complaint. Hopefully its remit will include not only the men who are murdering innocent Palestinians but those like the America arms industry who are supplying the bullets. And maybe even its amen corner in the United States, like Abraham Foxman of the Defamation League, who has not only condoned the latest outrages but lauded the previous ones in his keynote address to the faithful at Florida on February 6, 2009.
Incredibly, Foxman and his gang are more concerned about what they call “anti-Semitic” cartoons than dead Palestinian women and children. It remains to be seen if they are really so stupid as to miss the connection.
[The above op-ed was first published November 16, 2012. The above article was republished thus on October 6, 2022. It was only then I realised that the photograph of mass murderer Binjamin Netanyahu had been photoshopped to show him giving the finger to the world. Here is the original, or rather an original, note for example the different facial expression.]
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