Thursday, June 28, 2012

Louise Arbour's "Solution" for Dealing With Murderous Tyrants: Sue 'Em

The former head of the UN's irredeemably corrupt "human rights" racket, herself a former supreme court judge here in Canada, thinks that hauling the tyrannical in front of the International Criminal Court in the Hague is the best way to deal with the likes of an Assad or Gaddafi and bring about regime change.

Well, given her CV, how could she not offer an inpracticable judicial remedy?

Update: "Professor Irwin Cotler, the former minister of justice and attorney general of Canada, has drafted a brilliant brief making the case for indicting the Iranian leaders for inciting genocide against the Jewish people." Best of luck with that one, Professor, but I wouldn't bet the farm on it proceeding, brimming over though it is with obvious brilliance.

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