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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Quote Originally Posted by bilbus View Post
    A Marine sniper team armed with a M-40A3 should have no problems reaching out and touching him.

    Thats what marines are for, they are problem solvers.
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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Luxembourg could kick the hell out of the Sudan..



    What is going on is extermination of non-arabs by the Arab north.
    The south experienced the same thing in the 80's..remember Live Aid, etc?
    In the end they fought back and managed to at the very least cause the Government to go kill those in the west(Darfur region) for a while...took them 20 years and mountains of dead.
    The Sudan is not a unified nation the South for all intents is a seperate nation. WHich coudl be useful in any attmept ot sotp the Genocdie.


    Oh well..UN has declared it "Ethnic Cleansing" and an "Unfortunate Circumstance" IOW in plain English nothing is going to be done about it.


    Past all that..

    "He is only killing his own people"

    "USA has no business sticking its nose into others affairs"

    "If these people do not like it they should stand up themselves and fight"

    The Sudan is an enemy state which prior to 9/11 hosted Osama bin Laden. Its government not only supplies and supports various Terrorist but is also actively involved in Genocide. Hell... even Clinton bombed them once.



    BTW our allies are being defeated by al-Qaeda in Somalia and we are doing nothing of any worth to help them either.
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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    I have a question for the pro-UN types:
    What do you suggest the UN do about this guy and his defiance of the UN and ICC?
    SAS + Sniper = Problem solved.

    But seriously, cut off the money but the main problem is UN veto power. China has it and so will get us no where
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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    The problem is the Security Council, and always has been. As long as countries with a bias in this matter have the veto, there will be no collective action to enforce the ICC's ruling. Without that collective mandate, it will be difficult for any one country to launch an operation to take him out without suffering consequences from the other entangled nations.

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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    I'm sorry, did you miss your exit? This forum is reserved for people who don't live in the movies.
    movie? How so?
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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Assassinating him will simply replace him with the next in line . The policies of the state will not change. in fact they will use his assassination as propaganda to intensify the genocide occuring. Its the same flaw wiht the just assassinate Saddam nonsense most of the left played in the inital months of Iraq and Afghanistan.


    The solution to this Genocide is War. War as in armies invading, occupying territory, removing the government. etc.

    Until the "west" decides to fight this War(Sudan is as much an enemy of ours as the Taliban and al Qaeda..they are already part of this war) as a War and not "politically correct police actions against upset people who we need to understand" the Genocide in Darfur will continue until the Sudanese government feels its done..then they will go back to slaughtering those in the South.

    Welcome to the bloodiest and largest non-world war* world war in history.



    *-World Wars are shooting wars between major powers.
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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Quote Originally Posted by Orius View Post
    The problem is the Security Council, and always has been. As long as countries with a bias in this matter have the veto, there will be no collective action to enforce the ICC's ruling. Without that collective mandate, it will be difficult for any one country to launch an operation to take him out without suffering consequences from the other entangled nations.
    The ironic thing is that the UNSC directed the Prosecutor of the ICC to investigate the situation in Sudan nearly FOUR YEARS AGO. There have been more than two dozen resolutions, and NOTHING constructive has occurred. Now, certain members of the UNSC have forgotten the resolution from 2005 directing the ICC to go after those responsible.
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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    The ironic thing is that the UNSC directed the Prosecutor of the ICC to investigate the situation in Sudan nearly FOUR YEARS AGO. There have been more than two dozen resolutions, and NOTHING constructive has occurred. Now, certain members of the UNSC have forgotten the resolution from 2005 directing the ICC to go after those responsible.
    No one has really "forgotten"... it's that taking action is against the political interests of many on the Security Council.

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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

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    movie? How so?
    The point is that life doesn't really work that way, except in COMMANDO starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
    People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

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    Re: Sudan leader: No international court can touch me

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    The point is that life doesn't really work that way, except in COMMANDO starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
    Wasn't that a documentary?
    I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
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