The International Criminal Court is a Political Court

The calls to “arrest” the Pope show one thing – many of our international courts have been subverted, and it appears their greatest use is to punish thought crime:

In the United Kingdom, what should have been regarded as a crank call for the arrest of Pope Benedict XVI during his visit there later this year has mushroomed into speculation as to whether the trip should be cancelled altogether. That the legal system of the International Criminal Court could be used to threaten a world leader for being ideologically out of step is precisely why it was opposed by the previous administration.

That a couple of clown-atheists would use the court to harass those they don’t agree with is despicable, somewhat Orwellian, and totalitarian.


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