March 13, 2012
Everyone in the world seems to recognize the obvious crimes perpetrated by the Bush/Cheney regime.
Their overwhelming negative status in the world has now confined them to personal prisons where they can no longer travel abroad for public events. It appears they're only welcome in heavily-secured private dragon lairs for the rest of their waking years.
But even those
locations are shrinking for these torturers and mass murderers.
The September event referred to in the press release was hardly a public event at all.
It cost $500 a ticket to attend and took place at the Vancouver Club which the Canadian Press called,
Still, the public caught wind of the event and staged a
rambunctious protest calling for Cheney's arrest. The angry crowd caused
Cheney to be locked in the club for seven hours longer than he was
Even though officials claimed Bush had diplomatic immunity because he was a
former head of state, they recognized that torture is a legitimate crime
under international law. Organizers of the event felt the "atmosphere had
become too threatening" and the gala went on without Bush.
After shaking hands with a desperate survivor he
scowled in disgust and
wiped his hand on Clinton's shoulder as if it was
covered in filth:
That trip was preceded by another event where Bush was to attend a private
breakfast at an evangelical university, also in Canada, but
canceled due to a backlash of student protests.
Although the Malaysia tribunal isn't officially binding as an arrest warrant, it shows the sentiment that is building around the world for calling these Western leaders what they are:
All of these stories seem to indicate that the circles where these murderers are still welcomed are getting smaller and smaller. Whether they will ever be actually tried for their crimes remains to be seen.
But one thing is for
sure, every time they venture out of their undisclosed bunkers, they get
shoved right back in by angry mobs of humanitarians seeking justice for