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July 17th 2014 Commemoration On World Justice
by Tomas DiFiore
Monday Jul 21st, 2014 11:31 AM
The Mp3 share, a composite of samplings – is spirited from the Timber Wars of the Pacific NW to Nicaragua, Guatemala, 911, Iran, Irag, Afghanistan, New York, Washington D.C., Indigenous Lands and People Everywhere. Beginning with a march on Washington (40,000 KKK in 1925) it journeys through the trail of Henry Kissinger, and the world’s various indictments of some of the masters of war and cultural despots. These audio samples cover a large range of connected subjects and are somewhat of a historic framework of events covering portions of the last 50 (or 500) years, albeit a harsh criticism at times, the balance is in the overlays – a musically sculptured background, and quality news segments … there's a “Legacy of Betrayal Here” - a friend Chris Skyhawk.
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"All Revolutions Are Impossible, Until They Happen, Then They Become Inevitable"

News from the ICC President: 17 July - A Day To Unite In Building A More Just World
http://www.icc-cpi.int/en_menus/icc/press%20and%20media/press%20releases/Pages/17-july-president-statement.aspx

“When representatives of 120 States adopted the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), on 17 July 1998, they did so to build a more just world. Conscious that all people are connected, and that mass atrocities committed anywhere threaten the delicate mosaic of modern societies as well as world peace and security, they set up a permanent, international justice system to address crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide by holding individuals accountable either at the national or international level. Through such action, the Rome Statute system aims to help prevent such crimes, to protect all peoples from them, and to uphold what is best, but also most fragile, within us: the shared sense of justice that is a common bond of all humanity.”

“Years later, when States Parties to the Rome Statute decided to name the 17th of July as the Day of International Criminal Justice, they invited all of us to commemorate the tremendous efforts of the many international courts and tribunals created in the last two decades while looking forward to what remains to be done. Among these courts is the ICC, the first and only permanent international criminal court with jurisdiction granted by States through a multilateral treaty.”

And on July 18, 2014
Austria Ratified The Amendments To The Rome Statute On The Crime Of Aggression And On Article 8 Related To War Crimes

“The crime of aggression was initially included in the Rome Statute in 1998 as one of the crimes under the jurisdiction of the Court, while the definition of the crime and the mechanism for the Court's exercise of jurisdiction were deferred to a Review Conference. The amendments adopted in Kampala, Uganda in 2010 define the crime of aggression and provide for the conditions for the exercise of jurisdiction over this crime. The Court may exercise jurisdiction over the crime of aggression once thirty States Parties have ratified the amendments, and subject to a decision to be taken after 1 January 2017 by the States Parties.”

"The deposit of instruments of ratification by Austria brings the number of ratifications of the crime of aggression to fifteen," stated President Intelmann. The Kampala Amendments, especially on the crime of aggression, strengthen the international legal framework that prohibits the use of force and increases the guarantees of peace and of respect for the territorial integrity of the States Parties to the Rome Statute.”
http://www.icc-cpi.int/en_menus/icc/press%20and%20media/press%20releases/Pages/PR1029.aspx

The US is not a participant to the ICC.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/States_Parties_to_the_Rome_Statute_of_the_International_Criminal_Court

Three of these states Israel, Sudan and the United States have informed the UN Secretary General that they no longer intend to become states parties and, as such, have no legal obligations arising from their former representatives' signature of the Statute.

“Although the US originally voted against the adoption of the Rome Statute, President Bill Clinton unexpectedly reversed his position on 31 December 2000 and signed the treaty, but indicated that he would not recommend that his successor, George W. Bush, submit it to the Senate for ratification. On 6 May 2002, the Bush administration informed the UN Secretary General that the US no longer intend to become states parties and, as such, have no legal obligations arising from their former representatives' signature of the Statute.”

US, Who Are We

The Mp3 share, a composite of samplings – is spirited from the Timber Wars of the Pacific NW to Nicaragua, Guatemala, 911, Iran, Irag, Afghanistan, New York, Washington D.C., Indigenous Lands and People Everywhere.

Beginning with a march on Washington (40,000 KKK in 1925) it journeys through the trail of Henry Kissinger, and the world’s various indictments of some of the masters of war and cultural despots. These audio samples cover a large range of connected subjects and are somewhat of a historic framework of events covering portions of the last 50 (or 500) years, albeit a harsh criticism at times, the balance is in the overlays – a musically sculptured background, and quality news segments … there's a “Legacy of Betrayal Here” - Chris Skyhawk.

"All Revolutions Are Impossible, Until They Happen, Then They Become Inevitable"

We need to ban the frac king's methane monster, and scale this industry back to serve this country's needs, and not the global corporate profit system. With 100 years of energy beneath our feet, why the rush.

Slick Water Fracking Moratorium Is The Only Answer
http://banslickwaterfracking.blogspot.com/


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Oil and fracked gas technology are the new currencies for wars and the industrial energy bias to subjugate a continent for it's land surface, stealing water rights, creating a new category of refugee - green energy refugees. Corporate States online growing food by satellite GIS driven tractors for export while beyond the fenced and guarded corporate nation parks, people starve in the heat, and die in the cold.

STEAM INJECTION IS LITERALLY GLOBAL WARMING
constant comments, and informative research links;
http://banslickwaterfracking.blogspot.com/

Tomas DiFiore




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