Black People : ICC kidnaps Gbagbo to Europe

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    How are the 50 plus nations in the motherland unable to settle African affairs of bringing people sited for criminal behavior, amongst Africans, without the aide of Europe?

    ICC, has no jurisdiction unless invited by the parent nation, and in lieu of recent colonizations, the new colony appointed stooges, usually invite
    them in to clean up.

    Which means US atrocities and war crimes are immune
    Gbagbo faces charges of crimes against humanity: ICC

    7:59am EST
    By Ivana Sekularac
    THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Ivory Coast's former president Laurent Gbagbo will appear before the International Criminal Court in The Hague within days to face charges of crimes against humanity, the first former head of state to be tried by the ICC since its inception in 2002.
    Gbagbo, 66, was arrested and taken from Ivory Coast to the Netherlands overnight.
    About 3,000 people were killed and more than a million displaced in a four-month civil war in Ivory Coast after Gbagbo refused to cede power to Alassane Ouattara in last year's election.
    Gbagbo is likely to be joined by other high-level suspects from both sides of the conflict, ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo said.
    "Mr Gbagbo allegedly bears individual criminal responsibility, as indirect co-perpetrator, for four counts of crimes against humanity, namely murder, rape and other forms of sexual violence, persecution and other inhuman acts," the ICC said in a statement.
    Gbagbo's detention was welcomed by human rights groups, but could prove divisive in Ivory Coast, the world's biggest cocoa producer, and trigger unrest among his supporters.
    The timing of his transfer is sensitive. Ivory Coast is due to hold a parliamentary election on December 11 which Gbagbo's FPI party is boycotting in protest at the treatment of its top officials arrested in connection with the conflict.
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    In Gbagbo's case, the ICC and Ivory Coast authorities tried to keep his arrest and transfer to The Hague secret to avoid any risk that it could be derailed or provoke unrest. The arrest warrant was issued under seal, a process that ensures it is kept under wraps until the last minute.
    Gbagbo was taken by helicopter on Tuesday from remote Korhogo in northern Ivory Coast, where he had been under house arrest since his capture, and put on a plane to Rotterdam where he arrived on Wednesday. A convoy of police vans drove him to the detention centre in The Hague.
    His trial is likely to prove as divisive as his election loss - almost half of Ivorians voted for him.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/30/us-ivorycoast-gbagbo-idUSTRE7AS1LO20111130
     
  2. eword

    eword Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The proper location for Gbagbo to face the charges against him should have been in Africa. A neutral country could be found to host the trial. Africa needs it's own inter-Africa criminal court, instead of relying on the ICC, which is simply a tool of western nations, that goes after African leaders, who dare to challenge western interests in Africa. The ICC never goes after African leaders, who serve western interests, no matter how brutal or corrupt they may be and neither does the ICC ever go after western leaders, who hold the world record, when it comes to crimes against humanity.
    Gbagbo is no saint, but compare the charges against him to the crimes of western leaders. Gbagbo is accused of causing the death of over 3,000 people and displacing over a million, for which he is being dragged to face so-called justice. Western leaders have murdered millions of innocent people and displaced millions more in different parts of the world, but not a single western leader has ever been brought to justice!
     
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    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!

    I dont understand! 52 nations! 52 nations! why seek justice form ones former colonizers? I don't understand! And just at a time when they are trying to colonize the entire continent from one coast to the other?

    When the EU falls and the banks finally rule Europe as Mussolini and Count Yves DA vedre desired, there will be no perks or gifts for loyalty to sellout leaders, there will simply be takeovers and genocide,
    so when will these brothers and sisters in power there, wake up and realize their power is under the ground, the ground of our ancestors, and that once they nationalize that, together in unity
    , no atom bomb or plague can harm them, and every nation in the world,
    will be coming to bargain and barter!

    but if they keep selling each other out instead of dealing justice internally they will be picked off one at a time, and everything will be taken! Life and Land!
     
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