Bush War Crimes
George W. Bush must be tried for War Crimes!
He launched a war of aggression, he violated the Constitution,
he helped destroy an economy resulting in
millions of families losing their homes.
The Constitution requires impeachment, and
true justice demands that Bush be arrested and indicted for his crimes!
- Bush has committed institutionalized murder on an massive scale with the use of carefully assembled lies, often disguised as mistakes.
- On October 1, 2002the National Intelligence Estimate stated clearly that the claims of WMD and a connection between Iraq and al Qaeda were patently false.
- George Bush knowingly and carefully subverted the facts on 935 documented occasions to the American public.
Apologizing to the children for the evil of
George W Bush
George Bush's record
George Bush's record as a student, military man, businessman and leader of the free world is one of constant failure. And the part that troubles me most is he seems content with himself.
He will leave office with the country $10 trillion in debt, fighting two wars, our international reputation in shambles, our government cloaked in secrecy and suspicion that his entire presidency has been a litany of broken laws and promises, our citizens' faith in our own country ripped to shreds. Yet Bush goes bumbling along, grinning and spewing moronic one-liners, as though nobody understands what a colossal failure he has been.
Since George W. Bush came to power, he has systematically flouted international agreements that the US had previously signed up to.
While previous US administrations might not be able to claim much better records, it is clear that Bush is not even making an attempt to stick to these numerous treaties, laws and obligations.
List of International Obligations violated by George W. Bush
US as nuclear rogue
International Law Relating to nuclear weapons:
International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
Non Proliferation Treaty
Geneva Conventions Protocol
Failure to Ratify Kyoto Agreement on Climate Change:
Framework Convention on Tobacco Control