[An International Tribunal on U.S. Crimes was held in Pyongyang, DPRK,
on July 24-25. The following are excerpts from its final verdict. The
full findings were sent to the U.S. Congress and non-governmental
organizations at the United Nations. Go to www.iacenter.org to read the indictment and verdict in their entirety.]
The happless kid asked; "Yes, but what about World War II? What would you have done then?" As would any good patriot, I answered smartly; "Stayed out of it. After all, what did we get out of it? Soviet-occupied Europe and half a century of Cold War."
THE man who helped mix the deadly one-tonne Bali nightclub bomb Sawad, alias Sardjiyo, yesterday said he wanted to thank the Australian people who had supported his cause during recent Australian anti-Gulf War protests.
"I want to thank the Australian people who supported our cause when they demonstrated against the policies of George Bush. Say thank you to all of them," Sawad said.