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Friday, April 21, 2006

In the Silence, War Continues - by Larry Beinhart

During the first half of the 20th Century the United States spearheaded the movement to make war illegal.
Based on the standards that were set then, based on international and American law, and based on the facts, a clear-cut and convincing case can be made that the invasion of Iraq was a crime.
It is impossible to imagine that George Bush and Dick Cheney and the rest of their group will actually be brought into court and charged, and perhaps that is the reason that the response has been silence. We do not even discuss what makes a war legal or illegal. It has not and will not be debated on the floor of the US Senate. It won?t be the subject of an investigation in the Washington Post or the New York Times. It won?t be a segment on 60 Minutes or an item the NBC Nightly News. Anyone who says that the invasion of Iraq was a war crime will probably be dismissed as a member of the loony left.
Nonetheless, it is worthwhile to know where the moral high ground used to be.


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