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Hatimaye Africa tells the ICC: Stuff yours!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Sijali, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. Sijali

    Sijali JF-Expert Member

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    Dear JF:

    I have just come to realise that the African Union summit in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, at the end of last week sent out a message ringing loud and clear in the ears of the kangaroo court at The Hague: the member states of the AU will not comply with the arrest warrant for Muammar al-Gaddafi and they consider the court an impediment towards peace and reconciliation.

    The question of Libya and Al-Gaddafi completely dominated the summit and the final declaration reiterated the opening statement by Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, who told the international community to stay out of Africa's affairs and mind its own business.

    The African Union Chairman, Jean Ping, declared that the International Criminal Court at The Hague appeared to be targeting Africa: "We support the fight against impunity, we do not support impunity, we are not even against the Criminal Court. We are against the way justice is being rendered because ... it looks as if this ICC is only interested in trying the Africans," he stated after the Conference finished.

    The African leaders consider that the ICC arrest warrant "seriously complicates the efforts aimed at finding a negotiated political settlement to the crisis in Libya".

    Colonel al-Gaddafi has been a driving force behind the formation of the African Union and has donated billions of dollars towards humanitarian projects. Instead of salting away the money for himself, as many other leaders would have done, he poured it into building e-learning and telemedicine networks, benefiting all Africans, freeing its peoples from the yolk of dependence.

    It is for this reason that Muammar alGaddafi today, can travel freely around the African Continent and there is nothing the ICC can do about it.
    On the subject of the ICC, why doesn't Mr. Luis Moreno Ocampo go back to Argentina? Or why does he not issue arrest warrants for al-Hasidi, the Libyan terrorist leader who himself admitted to having links with al-Qaeda, the organization whose leader, Osama bin laden, Gaddafi was the first international leader to issue an arrest warrant for? Why doesn't Mr, Moreno Ocampo issue arrest warrants against the Libyan terrorists who murdered children, raped little girls and massacred black Libyans in the streets?

    It is by now clearly and patently obvious who or what Mr. Moreno Ocampo and who is he working for.
  2. Sooth

    Sooth JF-Expert Member

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    Watu wengi hawajui kwamba kuanzishwa kwa ICC kulipigiwa debe sana na viongozi wa Afrika wa wakati huo ili kudhibiti watu kama wakina Savimbi! Kisu walikinoa wenyewe...
  3. T

    The Infamous JF-Expert Member

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    nia ilikuwa nzuri. lakini si kwa sasa, wanawakandamiza wafrika, which is not fair
  4. SMU

    SMU JF-Expert Member

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    Tofauti na nchi nyingine ambapo serikali/watawala wanalinda wanachi wao na kama ni kuuwa wanauwa raia wa nchi nyingine lakini kwa Afrika hali ni tofauti sana. Unakuta serikali/watawala wanauwa/tesa wananchi wao wenyewe.

    Na hata kwa statistics tu, kusema waafrika wanakuwa targeted sio kweli hasa kwa sababu migogoro mingi ipo Afrika! Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Misri, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Zanzibar (umeisha sasa?), Zimbabwe, Congo DRC, Ivory Coast, Tunisia, etc.

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    List of people indicted in the ICC

    Joseph Kony - Uganda

    Raska Lukwiya - Uganda- Died on 12 August 2006; proceedings terminated on 11 July 2007

    Okot Odhiambo - Uganda

    Dominic Ongwen - Uganda

    Vincent Otti - Uganda; reported to have died on 2 October 2007

    Thomas Lubanga - DRC;Trial began on 26 January 2009

    Bosco Ntaganda - DRC

    Ahmed Haroun - Darfur

    Ali Kushayb - Darfur

    Germain Katanga - DRC;Trial began on 24 November 2009

    Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui - DRC;Trial began on 24 November 2009

    Jean-Pierre Bemba - DRC;Trial began on 22 November 2010

    Omar al-Bashir - Darfur

    Bahr Abu Garda - Darfur;Appeared voluntarily Charges dismissed on 8 February 2010

    Abdallah Banda - Darfur; Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    Saleh Jerbo - Darfur;Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    Callixte Mbarushimana - DRC;Case in pre-trial stage

    Mohammed Ali - Kenya;Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    Uhuru Kenyatta - Kenya; Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    Henry Kosgey - Kenya;Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    Francis Muthaura - Kenya;Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    William Ruto - Kenya;Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    Joshua Sang - Kenya;Appeared voluntarily Case in pre-trial stage

    Muammar Gaddafi - Libya; Fugitive

    Saif al-Islam Gaddafi - Libya; Fugitive

    Abdullah Senussi - Libya; Fugitive