Sunday, March 26, 2023


 If the West's narrative about the Ukraine war was correct, why didn't the ICC charge Russian officials with launching a war of aggression? It looks foolish for the ICC to focus on allegedly kidnapping children when Western nations CLAIM Putin launched an illegal war because the crime of aggression "is the supreme international crime differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole” as the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg stated. 

The reason isn't difficult to understand, the ICC knows they can't claim Russia launched a war of aggression so Putin is not guilty of such a thing. BUT Ukraine's preplanned assault (in March 2021, Zelensky issued decrees for that) and the starting of that assault in mid-Feb 2022  (both of which ignore the UN Security Council's Resolution 2202,) shows it is UKRAINE that is guilty! “Aggression in its essence has been defined as “state conduct that either initiates war against another state or brings about a situation in which the victim is (or may be) driven to war”

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