US constantly violates war law; arrest Obama before ‘false flag’ war on Iran


Carl Herman
Activist Post

US government “leadership” violates all Americans by constantly violating war law won by our families through two world wars. The US was the primary author of current war law, bound by treaty and Constitutional Law under Article 6 as the US’ supreme law. War law states a nation can use their military on other nations only if that nation’s government attacks.

Afghanistan and Iraq’s government did not attack the US on 9/11. Under law and to serve the purpose of the law to protect the world from the “scourge of war,”  the UN Security Council quickly aligned for international cooperation for factual discovery and arrests of suspects. Afghanistan agreed.

The US violated our international obligations and US Constitutional Law by choosing to bomb, invade, and occupy Afghanistan.

US “leadership” committed a nation’s worst crime: using military to kill human beings against clear law, and against legal peaceful alternative already explicitly agreed upon. US “leadership” committed unlawful Wars of Aggression. They are War Criminals.

US “leadership” violated a UN-managed “cease fire” in Iraq while the UN was finishing weapons inspections. Rather than have this peaceful legal and agreed-upon alternative (to a questionable issue in the first place), US “leadership” chose to unlawfully order to bomb, invade, and occupy Iraq.

Again, the above facts are uncontested and easily verifiable; the only reason they are not clear is that with all historic criminal regimes, US “leadership” includes propagandizing corporate media to lie before the crimes, lie during the crimes, and lie after the crimes.

US “leadership” have military-murdered over a million human beings and five thousand US soldiers. They plundered Americans of ~$5 trillion in long-term costs in no-bid contracts to their own corporations; a staggering and difficult to grasp $50,000 per average US family.

US “leadership,” now desperate from the “99%” recognition and stating the “emperor has no clothes” facts as you are reading here, assassinates US citizens at their dictate and passed NDAA to order US military to seize Americans from their homes and “disappear” them.

US “leadership” lies to create a new war target: Iran. Just as we know all “reasons” to attack Iraq were known lies as they were told, anyone can verify that “reasons” to attack Iran are obvious lies: Iran’s president only asks for lawful acts with Palestinians from Israel (not “wiping Israel off the map”), and all Iran’s nuclear energy and medical isotopes are verified as only and always used for their legal purposes (not a “nuclear program” that might have “secret” planning for weapons). Moreover, it’s conservative uncontested history that the US overthrew Iran’s democracy from 1953-1979, and assisted criminal war on Iran from 1980-1988.

The predictable US “leadership” move is a false flag attack by them upon Americans that is then blamed on Iran. That is, US “leadership” will attack and kill Americans, use their own media to lie and blame Iran, and then continue the lies in a “defensive” war.

US military, law enforcement, all Americans, and all global citizens have opportunity to stand, speak, and act for truth, justice and peace before Obama and “leadership” mass-murder Iranians.

The most powerful and effective act is to arrest US criminal “leadership” for their obvious War Crimes.

The US has actively violated treaties for foreign wars from over 160 years; again in conservative uncontested history.

The above links document the facts. Here are analogies that might help communicate because the stories sooth cognitive dissonance, place the facts in an abstract form that become obvious, and use a different part of our brains to more strongly see, stand, and state what is really “emperor has no clothes” obvious:

If the US was attacked by a criminal empire: analogy to confront US-Iran history

Analogy: US wars on Iraq, Iran as US criminal gangster “business”

9/11 killed 1, injured 2 if US was a city of 100,000. US wars: CRIMINAL response

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One Response

  1. Gary Liss says:

    “Who has the power to declare war?”

    A. There is a short answer and a much longer answer. The short answer is that the Constitution clearly grants the Congress the power to declare war, in Article 1, Section 8. This power is not shared with anyone, including the President.

    The President, however, is just as clearly made the Commander in Chief of all of the armed forces, in Article 2, Section 2. In this role, the President has the ability to defend the nation or to take military action without involving the Congress directly, and the President’s role as “C-in-C” is often part of the reason for that.

    What this has resulted in is the essential ability of the President to order forces into hostilities to repel invasion or counter an attack, without a formal declaration of war. The conduct of war is the domain of the President.

    These two distinct roles, that of the Congress and that of the President, bring up the interesting and important questions: can the United States be “at war” without a declaration of war? If we can, then what is the point of a declaration? If not, then what do we call hostilities without a formal declaration?

    The question of the need for a declaration of war dates all the way back to the presidency of Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson sent a squadron of warships to the Mediterranean to protect U.S. shipping against the forces of the Bey of Tripoli. Jefferson’s instructions to the squadron were that they act in a defensive manner only, with a strictly defined order of battle. When a Tripolitan cruiser shot at a U.S. ship, the U.S. forces seized the ship, disarmed it, and released it. Jefferson’s message to Congress on the incident indicated that he felt the acts to be within constitutional bounds. Alexander Hamilton wrote to Congress and espoused his belief that since the United States did not start the conflict, the United States was in a state of war, and no formal declaration was needed to conduct war actions. Congress authorized Jefferson’s acts without declaring war on the Bey.

    Not all acts of war, however, need place the United States into a state of war. It is without doubt an act of war to fire upon a warship of another nation. In 1967, during the Six Day War, Israel attacked the USS Liberty, an intelligence ship operating off the Sinai coast. But the United States did not react as though it were at war, even though many considered the attack deliberate (both Israel and the U.S. later determined the attack to have been a mistake caused by the cloud of war).

    It may be correct to say, then, that an act or war committed against the United States can place the United States into a state of war, if the United States wishes to see the act in that light. A declaration of war by the Congress places the Unites States at war without any doubt.
    Absent a declaration of war, the President can react to acts of war in an expedient fashion as he sees fit.

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