Saturday, 30 October 2010

US legal "culture" gone ultra mad

four-year-old girl sued for a bicycle crash

BBC: Juliet Breitman and another child were four years old when they raced their small bicycles on a Manhattan street and ran into Claire Menagh, 87.

The children struck Ms Menagh, knocking her to the ground. She underwent surgery for a fractured hip and died three months later.

Citing several cases involving young children who had been in accidents, New York Supreme Court Judge Paul Wooten ruled that Juliet, now six years old, could be sued.

Eisenhower and Churchill - the war criminals

Eisenhower and Churchill, war criminals in the same league as Stalin or Hitler:

BBC: "In a shocking new book, Churchill's Secret War, journalist Madhusree Mukherjee blames Mr Churchill's policies for being largely responsible for one of the worst famines in India's history.

Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, as head of the American occupation of Germany in 1945, deliberately starved to death German prisoners of war in staggering numbers. The victims undoubtedly number over 600,000, almost certainly over 800,000 and quite likely over a million.

German prisoners that had fled the Eastern front were designated as "Disarmed Enemy Forces" in order to avoid recognition under the third Geneva Convention, for the purpose of carrying out their deaths through disease or slow starvation.

No agencies were allowed to visit the camps or provide any assistance to the prisoners, including delegates from ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross), which was a violation of the Geneva Convention. The only notable protest against this was from William Lyon Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada.

The press was also prevented from visiting the camps, and therefore was unable to report on the state of the camps and the condition of the prisoners."

"God, I hate the Germans..." (Dwight David Eisenhower in a letter to his wife in September, 1944)

Mass Starvation of Germans - Eisenhower's Death Camps - under Ikes orders, German POWs were provided no food and no shelter, although the US military had excess supplies of both - Camp at Sinzing-Remagen