Attorney-General and cronies charged with war crimes

The rule of law has collapsed in Australia with the affairs of the nation to become the concern of the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

A fugitive from justice after employing State Police to dodge citizen's arrest, Attorney-General Philip Ruddock, who together with his cronies, Prime Minister John Howard, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Alexander Downer and Minister for Defence Brendan Nelson, stand accused of war crimes.

The entire upper echelons of a deeply criminal and culpable Australian Public Service, evidenced by the absence of whistleblower protection and the government's determination to silence internal dissent, will accompany Ruddock and his co-accused through the Court, with the prospect of a clean sweep of the massive bureaucratic corruption the Coalition government has nurtured and maintained over the past decade.

The accused are charged to be tried by the Court, with:

(1) Planning, preparing, initiation or waging a war of aggression or a war in violation of international treaties, agreements or assurances VI (i) Nuremburg Principles

(2) Participation in a common plan or conspiracy for accomplishment of the above V (ii) Nuremburg Principles

(3) Participating in the use of cluster bombs in contravention of the AUSTRALIAN MINES CONVENTION ACT, 1998

(4) Participating in the use of weapons of mass destruction in breach of the GENEVA Convention including Fuel Air Explosives which cause death by asphyxiation

(5) Conspiring to subvert the course of justice by (i) abandoning habeas corpus both in the domestic 'anti-terror' laws & in international policy; & (ii) covering up or defending the use of torture & over breaches of the GENEVA Convention, the International Covenant for Civil & Political Rights, & the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, against Australian and other - citizens, at Guantanamo Bay

(6) Failing in its duty to protect Australian citizens overseas, & conspiring to continue the illegal detention of Australian citizens without trial or changes for over 5 years

(7) Demonizing and incarcerating asylum seekers under the policies of mandatory detention and fortress Australia. Such policies contravene the legal principle of habeus corpus and have induced undue suffering and mental illness for detainees

The removal of this gang of alleged war criminals will pave the way for constitutional reform to safeguard Australians from a repeat of the concentration of power Ruddock and his associates would appear to have cravenly abused, with a republic providing for women's and men's legislatures presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction.

12 July, 2007