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Sat Dec 11 13:33:55 EST 2004


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 Council did not lift one finger
to save Iraq from the obviously oncoming U.S./U.K. aggression. Indeed,
Security Council Resolution 1441 of 8 November 2002 was originally
drafted to facilitate the U.S./U.K. aggression against Iraq by issuing a
diktat to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein that was deliberately designed
to be almost impossible to comply with.45 Standard operating procedure
for the United States government going all the way back to its
instigation of the 1898 War against Spain in order to steal the latter's
colonial Empire.46

The government o





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