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ICC only for black people
In Response To: Sudan ICC *LINK* ()

Al-Bashir should be decapitated and his head stuck on a pole by the people of Darfur (of whom I know a couple personally who would love to do that I'm sure), but you are right 360: it is selective...
If I'm not mistaken EVERY person the ICC has tried to bring to 'justice' has been Black African (I know al-bashir doesn't consider himself to be Black African but he would be hanging from a tree in 1960s Mississipi if he had whistled at a white woman).
Are Black Africans the only international war criminals?
Who is pulling these Black African war criminals' strings in most cases?
Why are they not also in the dock at the ICC?

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