Well all those countries would certainly cross boarders to defend themselves - even you agree to that . Much like Afghanistan has the same right against the Taliban .
You keep mentioning rape is this another Allegation like it's the truth ? has it been proven in court yet ?
Just in case you missed the definition of the word allegation
allegation |ˌaliˈgā sh ən| noun a claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof : he made allegations of corruption against the administration | allegations that the army was operating a shoot-to-kill policy.
Well all those countries would certainly cross boarders to defend themselves
They wouldn't have the right to cross borders to defend criminal acts like rape.
You keep mentioning rape is this another Allegation...
Yeah, it's an allegation... Maj Gen Taguba collected evidence of 400 incidents of abuse including the homosexual rape of a minor...
“I saw [name ] ******* a kid, his age would be about 15 to 18 years. The kid was hurting very bad and they covered all the doors with sheets. Then when I heard screaming I climbed the door because on top it wasn’t covered and I saw [name] who was wearing the military uniform, putting his **** in the little kid’s ***…. and the female soldier was taking pictures".
has it been proven in court yet ?
At the moment the evidence is being suppressed by presidential decree because in the States rape can be a state secret.
Your fascination with this topic is worrisome — compulsive, in fact. How you manage to nudge virtually every thread, no matter what topic it begins with, toward this same issue boggles the imagination.
No one has ever argued that these alleged crimes represent mankind at its worst. No one has ever argued that the perps and their enablers need to be screwed to the wall for the rest of their lives. But you just can't let go of it — even for a day. Worse, you talk as if such crimes were invented, patented, and solely owned and practiced by the U.S. No other country on the planet has ever engaged in horrific human rights violations. No other faction has ever raped, murdered, beheaded, falsely imprisoned or tortured. No government — other than the bloody U.K. has ever gotten it's justice system right.
Territorial integrity? As long as the US keeps launching cross border raids I'll prolly keep mentioning Art 2(4)... the monotonous regularity is in the incursions themselves.
How you manage to nudge virtually every thread, no matter what topic it begins with, toward this same issue boggles the imagination.
Well, if you look carefully at the thread you'll see that most of the nudging has been done by carp - I've simply responded to it because he keeps claiming the right of self-defence for the wrong side.
Worse, you talk as if such crimes were invented, patented, and solely owned and practiced by the U.S.
No I don't agree with that... I was commenting on another cross border raid into Pakistan but I also provided a list of nations that have agreed not to commit international crimes... nations who don't mind include Burma, China, Congo, North Korea, Sudan, United States and Zimbabwe but of those only the States was involved in the Pakistan job.
You know, events at the facilities investigated by Maj Gen Taguba.
Your back to ALLEGATIONS agin - wait till the investigation is complete
Just incase you missed the definition
allegation |ˌaliˈgā sh ən| noun a claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof : he made allegations of corruption against the administration | allegations that the army was operating a shoot-to-kill policy
you already agreed that Afghanistan has the right to defend themselves from invaders from Pakistan
No I didn't agree with that... I said that Afghanistan lost the right to self-defence when it failed to stop civilian strikes being launched from its territory. Self-defence isn't available to persons who commit or conspire with others to commit international crimes.
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