Arrest Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir while he is in South Africa.

The difference between al-Bashir and Obama - Comment on 2015 July 9

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Now if these same people would really be so eager to pursue justice then they should have arrested Obama when he came to South Africa. Read more:

I will first bring an extract from a news item from last month and after that some comments.

So here the extract:

African National Congress secretary general Gwede Mantashe has urged the South African government to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, saying that it is "dangerous".

Speaking in a radio interview on Talk Radio 702 on Monday, Mantashe appeared to be defending the government's decision not to arrest Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir while he was in South Africa to attend the African Union Summit earlier this month. Al-Bashir is wanted by the ICC for war crimes and genocide.

The ICC called on South Africa, as a member of the court, to arrest Al-Bashir while he was in Johannesburg but the Sudanese leader managed to flee South Africa before the arrest could be executed.

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has come under fire for allowing Al-Bashir to escape. Zuma's government said that it had granted immunity to all delegates attending the AU Summit.

The ANC's Mantashe, though, said that the ICC was being used as a tool by the powerful to destroy the weak and urged South Africa to withdraw from it.

"If I was in government, I would say give notice, get out of that, it was not what was envisioned. It is a tool in the hands of the powerful to destroy the weak and it is a court that is focusing on Africa, Eastern Europe and Middle East," Mantashe said on Talk Radio 702.

"Have nothing to do with that, because it is dangerous."

The people who wanted to arrest Omar al-Bashir achieved that the Sudanese government, the moment that the arrest warrant was issued, surrounded the peace keeping troops of South Africa stationed in Sudan, and had the warrant been executed, the war against South Africa would have started.

Now if these same people would really be so eager to pursue justice then they should he have arrested Obama when he came to South Africa.

The American government’s action would probably be something like this: Demanding immediate release and when this would not happen than a place like Port Elizabeth would become a Hiroshima and after a few days later a place like Welkom would become a Nagasaki and a few days later Obama would be free. And South Africa could do nothing about it because South Africa had been made defenceless by de Klerk.

Obama had not only committed crimes in America but all over the world. He not only stole from the people of America their private communications but from everyone on this planet and he did not just kill Americans but people from other countries with his drones.

So why was his arrest not demanded in South Africa when he arrived in South Africa?

The judge who issued the warrant of arrest had little to fear from the head of state of Sudan, but had he done the same against Obama he would immediately have to prepare for a visit of a drone of Obama, to demonstrate to the whole world, that something like this is just not done and that no-one on earth should get the idea to take action against Obama.

And that judge would not need some directive from an international organization. He himself had been a victim of Obama’s crimes. His personal communication was stolen from him and he knew it because it was proven and announced to the whole world and not only that, it was also announced by the American government that this crime was committed by the American government.

Obama did not just something wrong in his country, he also did something wrong in South Africa.

So these fighters for justice are just hypocrites who want to destroy the weak but do not have the guts to fight the powerful.

 

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