We decry Monday's terrorist attacks, but urge sanity. We must make clear that the US
should no longer target civilians, or accept any policy which targets civilians by any nation.
We support an intensive investigation and urge cooperation by all states and NGOs to assist
in helping determine who was behind these attacks. We urge the creation of an international
court to try crimes against humanity. Once sufficient evidence is found to implicate specific
individuals, we urge it to be provided to the apropriate country so that the person(s) involved
may be arrested and extradicted to such an international court (or US court) for trial. If a
conviction results those responsible should be incarcerated for life without parole.
We should not allow these attacks to be excuses for chipping away at our rights. We can
even quote George Bush in this regard:
The only way our freedom and way of life came under attack is by making it more
likely that the government will take steps to violate our freedoms and way of life.
If the government takes such steps, that means that we are allowing the terrorist
acts to succeed.
If the government proposes any restriction on First Amendment rights, that is
continued chipping away at the foundation (the Constitution and Bill of Rights)
of the USA.
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FBI Report Claims
Deaths of Colombian Civilians Caused by U.S. Bomb,
from Frank Smyth, 22 September
that the US intentionally bombed the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade.
The US agreed to pay China $27,000,000 in recompense.
The US press is
not covering the story.
[links to the
in the Observer
appear broken (but may be up again)]
The KLA entered Kosovo under NATO protection
and burned monestaries
and chased the majority of the Serbs remaining in Kosovo out of the province.
NATO has done little to stop this ethnic cleansing.
Instead they are trying to convert the terrorists into a local "police" force.
NATO has been violating the peace accord since it was signed.
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