Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The Rules of American Justice

The Rules of American Justice are quite clear:
  1. If you are a high-ranking government official who commits war crimes, you will receive full-scale immunity, both civil and criminal, and will have the American President demand that all citizens Look Forward, Not Backward. 
  2. If you are a low-ranking member of the military, you will receive relatively trivial punishments in order to protect higher-ranking officials and cast the appearance of accountability. 
  3. If you are a victim of American war crimes, you are a non-person with no legal rights or even any entitlement to see the inside of a courtroom. 
  4. If you talk publicly about any of these war crimes, you have committed the Gravest Crime — you are guilty of espionage – and will have the full weight of the American criminal justice system come crashing down upon you. 


  1. Anonymous1.5.12

    How about this one: If your accused of being a terrorist, you can be held in Guantanamo Bay for 5 years before being charged. Then, even if you are acquitted of 284 out of 285 charges (but get convicted of one count of conspiracy) the judge will still give you life in prison.

  2. Anonymous12.6.12

    Damn. Enjoying your 'land of the free' USA?


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