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International Criminal Complicity – The ICC & False Flag War Crimes

On Intimidation, Cowardice & Corruption (at the International Criminal Court) “Drill and uniforms impose an architecture on the crowd. An army’s beautiful. But that’s not all; it panders to lower instincts than the aesthetic. The spectacle of human beings reduced to automatism satisfies the lust for power. Looking at mechanized slaves, one fancies oneself a […]

MAJOR: RT West Files ICC Case Over Use of Sarin Gas Employed at Ghouta

Complaint concerning the crime of sarin gas employed at Ghouta, Syria, in August of 2013. RT West’s meta-historical and social notes regarding his filed, formal complaint to the International Criminal Court regarding. The body of ICC complaint is linked to his blog at the bottom, where it first published for the public. ‘Its been 3 […]

ICC calls for immediate arrest of Saif-al-Islam Gaddafi

June 18th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –– L’Antidiplomatico – – translated by Frederick Assar – The International Criminal Court (ICC) has called for the immediate arrest of recently released Saif al-Islam, the second son of Muammar Gaddafi. Through a statement, the Attorney at the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, said Saif al-Islam was to […]

International Criminal Court rejected by Russia and the multi-polar world

November 21, 2016 – Fort Russ News – – Ronald ZONCA, in Boulevard Voltaire, translated by Tom Winter –   It has to be said: the International Criminal Court is just another means of repression and oppression of sovereign peoples. Russia has just signified its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) in view of its […]

Russia withdraws from Hague ICC over “one-sidedness” and “inefficiency”

November 16, 2016 – Fort Russ –  Dmitry Rodionov, Sergey Aksenov, SV Pressa – translated by J. Arnoldski –  The emerging tendency towards greater sovereignty in the world might have fatal consequences for some international institutions. The need for the International Criminal Court in the Hague looks increasingly doubtful when great powers challenge its initiatives. […]