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  On the Lost of America's and Britain's Moral Standing in the World  
A Frightening and Shocking Example of a Lack of Moral Judgment
by this United States and this current United Kingdom
in Prosecuting an Immoral War -- the Iraq War.

by K. K. Brattman
Managing Editor
January 13, 2007.

Bush's Salute

The current war in Iraq prosecuted by this United States of America with its faithful ally Great Britain and other puppet Allies is a frightening and shocking example of blind ambitions roaring out of control at the expense of surrendering the truth and moral judgments.

Goering at Nuremberg
Naturally the common people don't want war... That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country." -- 
Hermann Goering
Hitler's Deputy
[April 18, 1946, Nuremberg]


"The bigger the lie, the more people will believe it."
--Joseph Goebbels,
Hitler's Propaganda Minister

. No single person has harmed more the interests of the


Bush and Blair
.Selling the Iraq war...

AND   From the 39th President of the United Staes, Jimmy Carter:

Jimmy Carter...The current American administration "has been consistently very careless with the truth" ...  has "been most consistent since the very origin of the Iraqi war in deliberately misleading the American people by making false statements, statements that I'm sure [the Administration] knew were not true. ...And to constantly say that anybody that criticizes any aspect of our misguided policies in Iraq are unpatriotic and imply our condoning of terrorist attacks is completely ridiculous and ought to be refuted forcefully by everybody." --Jimmy Carter

[Sept. 14, 2006, New York City]
[Larry King Live

New York Times Columnist
Frank Rich's book
from 9/11 to Katrina

Inside Iraq's Green Zone
Imperial Life in the Emerald City:
Inside Iraq's Green Zone

by   Rajiv Chandrasekaran,
Baghdad Bureau Chief, Washington Post
United States and the interests of peace around the world (after Hitler's reign) than the current 43rd U.S. President and, no single British Prime Minister has harmed more internationally the interests of Great Britain than the current one. This British Prime Minister, bounded by tradition and blind association, has joined the U.S. in prosecuting an immoral and unjustifiable war against a sovereign country that, at no time, posed any threat to the security of U.S. or U.K., nor was associated, in any way, with the 9/11/2001 American tragedy.
. Both these leaders are an embarrassment and are resented, by a large margin, in their own respective countries and, their international arena presence are an affront to the entire European community and well beyond. Thanks to the current President of the United States and the current British Prime Minister, the moral standing of both the US and UK is now next to zero.
. No American President and no British Prime Minister has harmed more the interests of their own countries than the present ones and, they need not escape accountability.
. Every day, every hour, every minute, every second, that these two leaders continue to remain in power is not only extremely dangerous and frightening to the world community, but also is an affront to the conscience of humanity worldwide. You can fool some people some time, you even can fool all the people some time, but cannot fool all the people all the time.
. The killing and wounding of hundred of thousands of Iraqi civilians, the sheer devastation of Iraq and instability created, the irreplaceable lost (through looting and destruction) of ancient artifacts, books, manuscripts, artwork, sculptures, etc., that goes back thousands of years to the beginning of civilization --on one hand, and the international havoc and global peace peril created that will continue to reverberate for many, many years to come --on the other hand, represent --unmistakably-- Crimes Against Humanity. (Of course, we all remember how World War II started with Nazi Germany attacking Poland in 1939 that was based on a rationale and propaganda not too different than the one advanced by the current American and British administrations for going to war with Iraq.)


United States V.
George W. Bush et al.

United States V. Bush

by Elizabeth de la Vega
Former Federal Prosecutor

. Surely, it will be a time, perhaps in a not too distant future, when these two administrations, from the U.S. and U.K., respectively, would face accountability and criminal charges before their own respective countries for the horrendous lies committed and, in addition, face international criminal charges for Crimes Against Humanity before an International Tribunal --a sentiment currently widely held in Europe and, in a lesser degree, in other parts of the world including both the North and South America.
. Because of the continued prosecution of this unnecessary Iraq war --now in its 4th year, the U.S. and U.K. have lost permanently their moral standing in the world and will be --for the foreseeable future-- the principal targets of hate and terrorist acts of revenge.
(The great beneficiary of the U.S. rapid decline on the world stage will undoubtedly be the ascending China that, in only a few decades, will be able to replace the U.S. as the world's superpower. The thousands and thousands of billions of US dollars that have thrown away with the Iraq war will be felt by the economy of the United States and the rest of the world for quite a long time. No American administration has harmed more the United States than the current one. This administration must face criminal accountability under the existing Federal laws of the United States.)
. Great respect and appreciation must be given to the new Germany and France for their non-wavering moral standing opposing the Iraq war and their steadfast refusal to join the so-called American puppet coalition. Those two nations --Germany and France-- have learned well the lessons from the Nazi reign, and may their blessed stand and example be an inspiration for other nations to follow, including for a new United States and a new Great Britain.


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