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Deport Israeli Mole Irwin Cotler

Posted by Anarchore on October 8, 2007


Canada’s bane: The Pernicious Montreal-based Israel Lobby

Let’s not forget Irwin Cotler was Canada’s Minister of Justice when Maher Arar was rendered to Syria. Perhaps a similar solution should be applied to rid us of the vile influence of Cotler and the Israel lobby.

He is furthering the neocon’s crimes against humanity.Deport all Israel-moles back to their criminal headquarters.

> “A person who incites to genocide and is complicit in crimes against
> humanity belongs in the dock of the accused, rather than the podium of
> the UN General Assembly.”

That’s right, let’s get rid of Cotler and his Bronfman/Asper/Jewish mob criminals.

Now this “Canadian” Zionofascist is writing for the Jerusalem Post.

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1191257215267&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

>
>
> Ahmadinejad and International Law
> by Irwin Cotler
>
> Three important lessons from the Theater of the Absurd.
>
> Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s recent visit to the
> United States and the UN was no less than a three-act play in
> the Theater of the Absurd. While it has been argued that his command
> performances at the UN, Columbia University and in
> the media further exposed his absurdity, critics need to look
> behind and beyond the on-stage theatrics, lest we ignore the
> depth of his regime’s criminality and the suffering of the Iranian
> people.
>
> Now that the curtain has fallen, the question becomes: What
> are the lessons to be learned and actions to be taken?
>
> Arguably, there are three lessons to be learned, each
> corresponding with the acts in the Theater of the Absurd, and
> each with a lesson anchored in the rule of law; more
> particularly, in the disregard of the rule of law.
> Ahmadinejad should have been declared an inadmissible
> person and placed on the “United States’ Watchlist” of
> persons barred from entering the country.
>
> First, President Ahmadinejad should have been declared an inadmissible
> person and placed on the “United States’
> Watchlist” of persons barred from entering the country. For
> American law excludes from entry any person who has
> engaged in, or incited to, terrorist activity, or who “has used
> his position of prominence to endorse or espouse terrorist
> activity in a way that undermines United States’ efforts to
> reduce or eliminate terrorist activities.”
>
> The evidence of Iran’s complicity in terrorist activity is clear
> and compelling. Ahmadinejad’s Iran has recruited, trained,
> financed, instigated and armed its terrorist proxies such as
> Hamas, Hizbullah and Islamic Jihad, whose platforms and
> policies are replete with genocidal calls and terrorist activity
> that outdo even its Iranian patron.

Good(if it is true, probably not because Cotler is a lying Israel-scum), I hope Israel’s regime is “wiped off the map”(a quote the Zionofascists wrongly use to slander).

>
> Moreover, Ahmadinejad is in standing violation of the
> Genocide Conventions prohibition against the “direct and
> public incitement to genocide,”

Of course Mr Cotler never mentions where such incitements were made.

which alone should be cause
> for exclusion. If it be argued that no precedent exists for
> excluding an sitting president, it should be recalled that
> Austrian president Kurt Waldheim was placed on the “US
> Watchlist” for his participation in the persecution of civilian
> populations during the Second World War.
>
> The second act in this Theater of the Absurd was the
> invitation extended to Ahmadinejad to address Columbia
> University. This was not a matter of academic freedom.
> Columbia was not obliged to give Ahmadinejad a podium;
> rather, given his criminality, it was obliged not to give him a
> podium. Nor was this a matter of “free speech;” incitement to
> commit genocide is not protected speech. Indeed, it is a
> violation of international criminal law – including not only the
> Genocide Conventions but the International Criminal Court
> Treaty.

So that means leaders of the Israeli terrorstate should be banned from Canada and the US?

>
> In fact, the best evidence for not inviting Ahmadinejad to
> Columbia was set forth in the “introduction” by Columbia’s
> President Lee Bollinger of Ahmadinejad , which was more
> indictment than introduction, and appeared more as an
> exculpatory disclaimer — however discourteous — for the
> wrongful judgment to invite Ahmadinejad to begin with.

It was more a Zionofascist vomitting(all over himself) than an introduction. The scum Bollinger shamed himself, the University and America.

>
> Further, the “justification” offered for the invitation by
> Columbia University Dean John Coatsworth – that he would
> have given Hitler a platform — was devoid of any moral
> compass.

Just like Israhell supporters.

>
> Third, and most disturbing, Ahmadinejad should not have
> been a welcome guest at the United Nations General
> Assembly. He should have been — and should be — the
> object of a criminal indictment, the elements for which can be
> found in Lee Bollinger’s own introduction.

So should Israeli terror supporters like you, Cotler.

>
> A person who incites to genocide and is complicit in crimes
> against humanity belongs in the dock of the accused, rather
> than the podium of the UN General Assembly.

That’s right, let’s get the Israel shills in jail, for plotting genocide against the people of Iran.

>
> A person who incites to genocide

Like Irwin Cotler does…

; who is complicit in crimes
> against humanity;

which Irwin Cotler and the Israel lobbyists are…

who continues the pursuit of the most
> destructive of weaponry in violation of UN Security Council
> Resolutions;

like Israel has done with it’s nukes. Is Cotler going to call for Israhell to be disarmed next?

who warns Muslims who support Israel that they
> will “burn in the umma of Islam;

…who cut off the water for Palestinians...

” who is engaged in a massive
> repression of human rights in Iran;

…which Israel is a master of, where Arabs are 2nd and 3rd class citizens…

who assaults the basic
> tenants of the UN Charter

…yup that’s Israhell of course…

>– such a person belongs in the dock
> of the accused, rather than the podium of the UN General
> Assembly.
>
> But it is not enough to lament what occurred in this Theater
> of the Absurd, or even to learn its lessons. It is important to
> act on those lessons so as to restore respect for the rule of
> law and the Responsibility to Protect doctrine, fidelity to the
> UN Charter, and the struggle against impunity. Accordingly,
> the following actions should be undertaken with all
> deliberate speed:

Deport all Israel lobbyists back to their world criminal headquarters.

>
> State parties to the Genocide Convention, such as Canada,
> have not only a right, but a responsibility, to enforce the
> convention, particularly as regards the prevention of genocide.
>
> State parties should therefore refer the criminal incitement to
> genocide by President Ahmadinejad and other Iranian leaders
> to the appropriate UN agencies. It is astonishing that this
> criminal incitement has yet to be addressed by the UN
> Security Council, the UN General Assembly, or any other
> body or agency of the United Nations, though it has found fit
> to give him a podium.
>
> State parties should initiate, in the International Court of
> Justice, an inter-state complaint against Iran – for its “direct
> and public incitement to genocide” in violation of the
> Genocide Convention, to which Iran is party.

Sounds good, right after Israel is indicted for it’s massive crimes.

>
> The crimes of President Ahmadinejad and other Iranian
> leaders should be referred by the UN Security Council to the
> special prosecutor of the International Criminal Court for
> investigation and prosecution.

Crimes that are dwarfed by the terrorstate Israel.

>
> State parties should prepare criminal indictments of President
> Ahmadinejad, former president Rafsanjani, and other Iranian
> leaders on the basis of the “Universal Jurisdiction” principle
> embodied in the Genocide Convention.

I have some other names, like Olemert, Bush, Blair, Harper, Howard, and Cotler.

>
> The UN Secretary General should refer President
> Ahmadinejad and other Iranian leaders to the UN Security
> Council, on the basis of their threats to international peace
> and security, pursuant to Article 99 of the UN Charter.

Based on lies and the Zionofascists mistranslation of what Ahmadinejad said.

Cotler knows he is lying, parasites like him thrive on deception of their hosts.

Zionofascist lies: http://zionofascism.wordpress.com/2007/06/01/wipe-israel-off-the-map-what-ahmadinejad-really-said/

Juan Cole, a University of Michigan Professor of Modern Middle East and
South Asian History, translates the Persian phrase as:

The Imam said that this regime occupying Jerusalem (een rezhim-e
ishghalgar-e qods) must [vanish from] the page of time (bayad az safheh-ye
ruzgar mahv shavad).[10]

According to Cole, ¡§Ahmadinejad did not say he was going to ¡¥wipe Israel
off the map¡¦ because no such idiom exists in Persian¡¨ and ¡§He did say he
hoped its regime, i.e., a Jewish-Zionist state occupying Jerusalem, would
collapse.¡¨[11]

> President Ahmadinejad and other designated Iranian leaders should be
> placed on a “watchlist” by concerned countries, preventing their
> entrance as “inadmissible persons.”

Sounds good, let’s start by dumping Cotler in the Atlantic Ocean.

There is presently discussion
> about holding Iran accountable for its defiance of UN Security Council
> resolutions calling for the suspension of its uranium-enrichment
> process. The recommended options have included everything from UN
> sanctions to possible military strikes. It is time that the above
> juridical options was initiated, which might also embolden progressive
> forces within Iran while holding the responsible individuals
> accountable.
>
> Indeed, recent history has taught us that sustained international
> juridical remedies can bring about the indictment of seemingly immune
> dictators, such as Slobodan Milosevic and Augusto Pinochet, and such
> actions are clearly preferable to military options.

Zionofascists are of course immune to prosecution right Cotler? You wait and see…

>
> This is an opportunity for countries such as the United States and
> Canada to exercise necessary leadership in regard to one of the most
> important threats confronting the international community today.
> Published: Sunday, October 07, 2007
> ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
>
> Professor Cotler is a member of Canada’s parliament and its former
> Minister of Justice. He is a distinguished academic and a prominent
> human rights lawyer, whose dedication to humanitarian causes has
> earned him the Order of Canada and many other awards.

Cotler is one of the ZOG’s agents in Canada’s Parliament.

Zionofascists have been hollowing out Canada for years, replacing freedom with thought crime legislation, calling for massive third world immigration, calling for disarming of the Canadian people, and rallying for wars the Canadian people want no part of and have no interest in.

Zionist fascists like Mr Cotler are at the forefront of pushing for Canadians in Afghanistan, fighting Israel’s enemies the Taliban.

If they had their way, Canadians would be dying in large numbers in the futile war in Iraq.

Now the same Zionofascist pieces of garbage are calling for war on Iran.

These scum should be deported straight to Israel.

http://zionofascism.wordpress.com/category/cotler-watch/

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