Instead of ISIS, The Hague is investigating US soldiers

The Hague is too busy to hunt ISIS butchers on the run. Instead it is investigating Afghanistan, including the US Armed Forces and the CIA.

Instead of hunting ISIS leaders fleeing in Syria and Iraq to orchestrate a Nuremberg style trial of the Islamic butchers, the Criminal Court in The Hague is investigating US forces alongside the Taliban.

The Public Prosecutor of the Court, Fatou Bensouda, has just started an investigation of Afghanistan. US military personnel, along with the Taliban, could be put on trial for committing “crimes against humanity.” This is the first time since 9/11.

Under investigation at The Hague are the Taliban of the Haqqani network, the Afghan security forces, the US Armed Forces and the CIA. The latter will also be held liable for acts committed in secret detention centers located in Lithuania, Poland and Romania, as well as in Afghanistan.

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  • Exile1981

    the hague is a joke. someone should put the EU leaders up for crimes against there own people.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Yes, investigate the United States just to prove that you are “fair” to the Taliban.
    This is why the UN and the ICC need to be defunded and their functionaries put on trial.
    We need death squads.
    We can determine guilt and punishment just fine all on our own.

    • Watchman

      They don’t even pretend. It’s a simple anti-USA tactic to make the US too afraid to act anywhere. Driven by Leftists and despots to allows them to do whatever they like with little fear of US intervention.

    • BeukendaalMason

      Well according to the Genevs Conventios own rules, the Taliban, Al-Qaida, Haqqani, and ISISm members get no protection. Those who do not follw the Genevs Conventions do not get protection of those conventions.

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        Afghanistan signed the Rome agreement and so according to the court, anything that happens of Afghanistan soil is in their jurisdiction.
        This court needs to be dismantled.

        • Watchman

          The anti-US activists (including EU political elites) want to charge US citizens for war crimes for failing to act to ensure that every act by Afghani troops and militia was according to the Hague and Geneva conventions. They are really not interested in prosecuting any Afghani war crimes, only the US for failing to act to prevent them. Taliban captured by US troops in Afghanistan were usually handed over to the local Afghanistan troops and sometimes tortured or killed by these troops: the activists want the US made responsible because they failed to ensure that all captured Taliban were treated as Prisoners Of War after they left US control.

  • vwVwwVwv

    Send out the CIA let them do a proper job OR bomb it.

  • Red-Pilled Conservative

    IIRC, the United States is not a party to ICC. This is The Hague as it farts in the wind.

    • Watchman

      This is precisely why the USA refused to sign up to the ICC (actually Bill Clinton did sign, but as this was a treaty it required the Senate to ratify this to make this a law enforceable in the US.) G. W. Bush then gave notice that the US was withdrawing, probably after protest groups rallying for US leaders and troops to all be prosecuted for any actions in Afghanistan and Iraq.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Leave Afghanistan leave Iraq leave Syria leave NATO. Let them slaughter and burn each other to extinction. What’s the worst that happens? 50 million crazies flock to Europe?

  • Bless his heart

    The Hague may now be allied with enemies of humanity.