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Why John Bolton Really Hates the International Criminal Court


The best way to protect our troops is to not send them to war.

All in the existing U.S. military joined with the expectation they would be participating in committing war crimes; some can claim they were too dumb to know that premeditated mass murder is a crime, or that the Geneva Conventions and the Kellogg-Briand Pact are U.S. laws, but ignorance of the law is no excuse.


I kept looking for a punch line.


The US has killed more civilian men, women and children outside its own borders than any other armed force on the planet since the nuclear war waged against Japan in 1945. Of these millions of victims, countless thousands, more likely tens of thousands, have been children. Aerial bombardment is by far the leading murder method. But ground troops like Sgt. Bales, mentioned in the article above, have also killed many children and babies.