Transgenic Mice Advice?

Wolfgang Schechinger hubahopp at
Sat Dec 11 16:22:52 EST 2004

Succinctly put, these can be found in the Fourth Geneva
Convention of 1949, its Additional Protocol One of 1977, the Hague
Regulations of 1907, and U.S. Army Field Manual 27-10 (1956).
Nevertheless, soon thereafter the Bush Jr. administration made it
crystal clear that they were going to remake Iraq in their own image and
thus not pay the least bit of attention to the laws of war: e.g.,
"privatization" of the Iraqi economy, including and especially its oil
industry; drafting a new constitution for Iraq; re-writing Iraq's laws;
establishing ad hoc war crimes tribunals along the lines of their
kangaroo courts in Guantanamo; de-Baathification; indoctrinating Iraqi
schoolchildren with American propaganda; etc. Putting the future of Iraq
up for sale to the lowest American (and then British and Israeli)
bidders. Even worse yet, the Bush Jr administration then went to the
United Nations Security Council where it procured Resolution 1472 (28
March 2003) effectively ratifying the status quo of the United States
and the United Kingdom as the belligerent occupants of Iraq. Pursuant to
the requirements of the United Nations Charter, the United Nations
Security Council should have soundly condemned the United States and the
United Kingdom for their naked aggression against Iraq, and have
demanded their immediate withdrawal from that victim U.N. member state,
together with the payment of reparations to Iraq for their joint and
severable aggression. Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter mandates
that the Security Council act immediately and effectively to prevent,
repress, and reverse "threats to the peace, breaches of the peace, and
acts of aggression." By contrast, from August 2002 through March 2003
the Member States of the U.N. Security

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