No I don't agree with any of that... I was just commenting on a new atrocity and suggesting a response not dissimilar to what was passed over Libya... enough is enough of something but it's not freedom of speech.
In the end it only takes a resolution of the Security Council followed through with concrete action as with Libya. As regards crimes already committed the correct response is not to murder the suspects, as the British foreign secretary Dr Liam Fox seems to think, but to bring them to justice before a competent court. Everyone knows there's a case to answer at the ICC over many of the homicides in Palestine and Lebanon for example and latterly of all those Turks on that boat delivering aid to Gaza. Evidence sufficient for prosecutions is all around - one only needs to read the Goldstone Report or the Divest Bill at UC Berkeley.
Clandestine? I'm saying that persons suspected of international crimes should be brought to justice. How is that clandestine? As for narrow minded that would better describe your stance than mine - I'm in favour of broadening due process to include all suspects whereas you want to narrow it down to include everyone apart from Israelis.
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