Archive for July 11th, 2008

New Vomit plus – with added Zionism

I may have been a little bit quick to complaining about me wanting to vomit at the Dutch UN troops not facing justice for allowing over 8,000 men from being rounded up and summarily slaughterd, becasue I’ve just read something that makes me want to vomit again.

It was about the 2008 Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism, joint-winner Mohammed Omer. Mohammed is a Palestinian who went to London in June 08 to collect his £5,000 prize. He retuned to Gaza shortly afterwards.

2008 Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism, joint-winner Mohammed Omer


Here’s what John Pilger writes about Mohammed’s return from London to Gaza… You can read the full report HERE.

Mohammed had been seized by Shin Bet, Israel’s infamous security organisation. Mohammed was told to turn off his mobile and remove the battery. He asked if he could call his embassy escort and was told forcefully he could not. A man stood over his luggage, picking through his documents. ‘Where’s the money?’ he demanded. Mohammed produced some US dollars. ‘Where is the English pound you have?’

‘I realised,’ said Mohammed, ‘he was after the award stipend for the Martha Gellhorn prize. I told him I didn’t have it with me. ‘You are lying’, he said. I was now surrounded by eight Shin Bet officers, all armed. The man called Avi ordered me to take off my clothes. I had already been through an x-ray machine. I stripped down to my underwear and was told to take off everything. When I refused, Avi put his hand on his gun. I began to cry: ‘Why are you treating me this way? I am a human being.’ He said, ‘This is nothing compared with what you will see now.’ He took his gun out, pressing it to my head and with his full body weight pinning me on my side, he forcibly removed my underwear. He then made me do a concocted sort of dance. Another man, who was laughing, said, ‘Why are you bringing perfumes?’ I replied, ‘They are gifts for the people I love’. He said, ‘Oh, do you have love in your culture?’

‘As they ridiculed me, they took delight most in mocking letters I had received from readers in England. I had now been without food and water and the toilet for 12 hours, and having been made to stand, my legs buckled. I vomited and passed out. All I remember is one of them gouging, scraping and clawing with his nails at the tender flesh beneath my eyes. He scooped my head and dug his fingers in near the auditory nerves between my head and eardrum. The pain became sharper as he dug in two fingers at a time. Another man had his combat boot on my neck, pressing into the hard floor. I lay there for over an hour. The room became a menagerie of pain, sound and terror.’

An ambulance was called and told to take Mohammed to a hospital, but only after he had signed a statement indemnifying the Israelis from his suffering in their custody. The Palestinian medic refused, courageously, and said he would contact the Dutch embassy escort. Alarmed, the Israelis let the ambulance go. The Israeli response has been the familiar line that Mohammed was ’suspected’ of smuggling and ‘lost his balance’ during a ‘fair’ interrogation, Reuters reported yesterday.

More here: Thursday, July 10, 2008
Why the AP Story on Mohammed Omer is LACKING in Journalistic Integrity


Vomit – A good word whats about to spontaneously purge itself from my belly.

I’ve got this weird belief as it goes something like this:
 NOBODY and NOTHING should be above the law.!

I don’t mean all laws are good or should be respected, but certainly laws regarding matters of grave seriousness should be applied to all.

Very odd my belief isn’t it? Clearly it’s a belief that doesn’t square well with reality, be it state granted immunity to the torturers in shitzrael, US, UK, Uzbeks, Egypt, Syria and so forth, or Immunity US occupation forces (army and private mercs) raping, killing and thieving their way through Iraq etc. These bastards should pay the price. So should UN forces raping their way around the world.

Amongst other tales involving the UN, we get the story below… ( Direct reporint from Al Jazeera English… ).

It’s one reason why I hate the U.N. It does NONE of the good things it says it supposed to do, instead it serves the elite. Yet stupid countries still attend it and by doing so offer it some kind of legitimacy, keeping it alive and well. I don’t like the EU either as it too won’t serve the interests of the people, merely a cabal. The UN (like the EU) should be opposed by all rejectors of vested interests.

UN wins immunity in Srebrenica case.

Srebrenica was Europe’s worst atrocity since World War II

Bosnian Serb army Commander General Ratko Mladic, left, drinks a toast with Dutch UN Commander Tom Karremans, second right, while others unidentified look on in village of Potocari, some 5 kilometers north of Srebrenica Wednesday, July 12, 1995.





A Dutch court has ruled that survivors of the 1995 Serb assault that killed 8,000 Muslims in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica cannot sue the United Nations for failing to protect their families.

Relatives of victims and survivors of the massacre had been seeking compensation from the UN and the Dutch state.

But the judgment handed down by the district court in The Hague on Thursday said it had “no jurisdiction to hear the action against the UN”.

 “… the court concludes that in international law practice the absolute immunity of the UN is the norm and is respected.”

Srebrenica was a Muslim enclave protected [my emphasis} by Dutch UN peacekeepers.

 On July 11, 1995, it was overrun by Bosnian Serb forces who loaded thousands of men and boys onto trucks, killing about 8,000 of them before throwing their bodies into mass graves.

Appeal decision

The plaintiffs, who call themselves the Mothers of Srebrenica, represent some 6,000 survivors of the massacre, and 10 individual widows who lost their husbands in the assault were ordered to pay costs after the decision. 

Axel Hagedorn, lawyer for the plaintiffs, told Al Jazeera that they would appeal against the decision and approach the European Court of Human Rights if unsuccessful.

 “The mothers will be disappointed … but this is only the first instance. We will have to see what the appeals court says about this,” he said

 “If you accept this, then you are saying that only one organisation in the world cannot be judged by an independent court and that is unaccepatable.

 “The UN soldiers even helped with the deportation of the men … so made the mass execution possible.”

 Hagedorn said that although the case against the Dutch state would continue, the court may decide to put it on hold pending the outcome of the appeal process in the UN matter so as not to split the two issues.

‘Impossible mission’

In 2002, the entire Dutch government resigned over an official report that stated its peacekeepers had been sent on an “impossible” mission.

  The Serbs brushed aside lightly armed Dutch UN peacekeepers in the “safe area” where thousands of Muslims from surrounding villages had gathered for protection.

 The massacre, Europe’s worst atrocity since World War II, has been termed genocide by the International Court of Justice, which handles disputes between nations, and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, set up by the UN to try war crimes committed during the Balkans conflict.

 The remains of thousands of victims have been found in mass graves around Srebrenica since the end of Bosnia’s 1992-1995 war.

  The UN has also admitted it failed to protect the Muslims of Srebrenica from mass murder, but none of its officials were held responsible.

What is the finding of some seedy little Dutch court have jurisdiction over anything? And what was the chances a Dutch court would have allowed the case to continue when its victims were just ‘backwards Muslims’. Almost zero chance- thats what!.

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