Ziocolony’s war crimes confirmed by Goldstone Report

The wailings and bleatings of Segev since the release of the Goldstone Report on the perfidious attack on the people of Gaza are a sure sign the Ziocolony is flustered and paranoid that it will be dragged into an endless mire of litigation. Already, the blustering Ziocolony is refusing to countenance an independent enquiry as recommended by Goldstone. It is unlikely, given the usual US veto used to prevent civilised censure of its favourite pet and collaborator in oppression, that the Ziocolony will be referred to the ICJ to account for its abominations. Furthermore, the Ziocolony does not assent to that court’s jurisdiction. The ICJ does have jurisdiction to investigate the Ziocolony’s crimes against humanity and breaches of the Geneva Conventions to which the Ziocolony is a signatory. Goldstone’s report details why the Ziocolony has committed the crime of persecution, a crime against humanity, against the Palestinian people.

Israel’s economic blockade of Gaza in the years before the war amounted to “collective punishment intentionally inflicted by the government of Israel on the people of the Gaza Strip”.

Israeli actions depriving Gazans of means of subsistence, employment, housing and water, and denying their freedom of movement, “could lead a competent court to find that the crime of persecution, a crime against humanity, had been committed”.

Even if Israel’s long awaited appearance at the international courts at Le Hague is stymied by its mutually parasitic unprincipled protector, the painstakingly prepared 574 page report appears to have laid rock solid grounds for a truckload of civil prosecutions.

The Goldstone Report is available for download from the UN Human Rights Council.

2 Replies to “Ziocolony’s war crimes confirmed by Goldstone Report”

  1. Actually, the article you quote is erroneous. The Palestinian collaborators were pressured by the US and Israel to drop support the resolution in the UNHRC and defer it till next March. It appears the report will be considered by the UNSC on the 14th. For more information about the goings on behind the manouvres, see Ali Abunimah’s excellent article at Electronic Intifada. Before the Goldstone Report can be considered by the International Criminal Court, it must be referred to the UN Security Council. The UNHRC cannot refer the report directly.

    It is however possible that in the advent of no resolution or a veto in the UNSC, the head of the General Assembly has the power to call an emergency session and in all likelihood the Goldstone Report would be adopted by that body, which could then institute a judicial tribunal.

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