“As of now, I am in control here”

Who needs national governments any more? The Hague is now in control.

The international criminal court has dismissed suggestions by Britain and France that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi could be allowed to remain in Libya as part of negotiated deal to remove him from power, insisting that a new government would be obliged to arrest the dictator under warrants issued by the court.

The ICC, which Britain and France have signed up to, said that Gaddafi could not be allowed to escape justice. “He has to be arrested,” said Florence Olara, spokeswoman for the court’s chief prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo.

On Monday the foreign secretary, William Hague, said Britain was prepared to agree to a political settlement in Libya that would see Gaddafi remain in the country after relinquishing his hold on power.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/

Wait until they declare climate skepticism to be a crime against humanity.

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10 Responses to “As of now, I am in control here”

  1. suyts says:

    lol, Ah Alex, I remember him well. That’s cool, now we’re obliging future governments to do what we will? Thank goodness we’re helping win their freedom from a tyrant……….. so they can do what their told.

  2. Jimash says:

    Hague-Hague
    Anyhow, This libya thing is a pickle. A FUBAR pickle.

  3. Margaret Berger says:

    A FUBAR pickle that costs us money we don’t have to spend.

  4. Latitude says:

    If the morons would admit it is what it is instead of lying about it……………..regime change
    It would have been over in 15 minutes

    But they boxed themselves in by saying no more regime change BS……

    …as it is, they are lying, trying to pretend it’s not
    and people are dying because of it

    • Latitude says:

      and of course they did it the way that the most people get hurt and costs us the most money…………..

  5. gator69 says:

    Gen Haig was a friend of my father’s and was an occassional dinner guest in our home. My father did not have much nice to say about most generals, but considered Gen Haig to be a General amongst generals. My father passed a two months after his good friend and I miss them both.

  6. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    Funny how USA does not recognize the war crimes tribunal but sends everyone else there

  7. PhilJourdan says:

    Anyone who remembers that quote is ok in my book! I actually liked Haig, but that was the misspeak of the century!

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