If I were a reporter ---and John Kerry were willing to go before the press in a meaningful way (which he is not)--- the first thing I'd ask him is whether he agrees with Kofi Annan that the War for Iraq was illegal.
Speaking to the BBC on Wednesday, Annan said the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq was illegal as it violated the U.N. Charter.What a loathsome piece of shit this con artist is. While he presides over the massive corruption of his parasitic organization (e.g., the Oil-for-Food program, which enriched certain of his underlings and friends) and does nothing about genocide in the Sudan or human rights abuses in the rest of the Muslim world, Annan has the temerity to question American resolve? The goddamned UN is nothing without our strength and funding. It accomplishes nothing except to provide a venue for failed states and former empires to vent their resentments and dump their anti-Semitic garbage.
Asked whether he thought it broke international law, Annan said: "Yes, if you wish. I have indicated it was not in conformity with the U.N. Charter from our point of view, from the chapter point of view, it was illegal."
Seventeen resolutions over more than a decade, comrades. The UN knew what a terrible and dangerous place Iraq had become ---and chose to do nothing but issue papers against the Saddamites. But once a strong and morally ambiguous man [ambiguous?! I meant "morally unambiguous"! Jesus! How am I going to practice my love "with women all across the country"?] became President of the United States, those resolutions finally meant something.
I look forward to the day that the United States withdraws from that farce of a debate club and kicks them out of our country. They can go attach themselves to some other host and slip away into the irrelevance they so richly deserve.