Spain orders arrest of former Chinese president, others over Tibet

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njglea wrote:

Good Job, Spain. Terrorists and murderers, governmental or otherwise, are Everybody’s Business. Wonder why, “Spain’s ruling People’s Party is pushing a reform of the country’s recognition of the principle of universal jurisdiction…” Is it the top 1% global financial elite “people’s” party? Good people of Spain need to make sure this law is not overturned, then go after mass-murderer Assad and his regime in Syria. Why wait and let him murder more Syrian citizens? Get rid of them now.

Feb 10, 2014 9:52am EST  --  Report as abuse
VultureTX wrote:


because if Spain can do it , anyone can including China. And guess what their version of genocide/crimes against humanity/etc is likely wrong compared to Western Civ.

publish a book about China’s faults that cause people to revolt in die in China, well the DPRK (north Korea) will put your author on trial for mass murder and then send you the bill for the executioner’s bullet because you are guilty.

/it is just like trusting the UN, and abandoning the idea of sovereignty, someone else will claim it and judge you. And yes it will usually effect the 1% most, because the rest of us for the most part are never known for more than 15 minutes.

Feb 10, 2014 10:17am EST  --  Report as abuse
AmericanBison wrote:

Let’s see if anyone has the galls to go after Bush, Cheney, Powell, Rice, the gang of neo-cons, Blair & company, dead Sharon’s accomplices, Netanyahu’s & his accomplices for their war crimes.

Feb 10, 2014 11:01am EST  --  Report as abuse
Tenda wrote:

Chinese officials directly responsible for the torture and execution of Tibetans for last 60 plus years should be punished. Why give so much free passes to China while North Korea, Cuba, Zimbabwean leaders are shunned by World. There should be one standard for human rights for all not selective based on size of country or colour of people.

Feb 10, 2014 2:14pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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