By Situation Theatre 6/12/2018
It brings tears to the eyes to see that war criminals can still love each other.
On the 13th February 1991, a U.S. airstrike on an air-raid shelter in the Amiriyah neighbourhood of Baghdad using two laser-guided “smart-bombs” killed at least 408 civilians. Those men, women, and children on the upper-level were incinerated by the heat while boiling water from the shelter’s water tank killed many more.
Bush Senior’s Gulf War caused 13,000 immediate civilian deaths. U.S. targeting of Iraqi infrastructure resulted in acute malnutrition, epidemic levels of cholera and typhoid, and 70,000 more civilian deaths.
George W. Bush has been accused of 269 specific war crimes under U.S. and international law by Political Science Professor Michael Haas including “6 war crimes committed in launching a war of aggression; 36 war crimes committed in the conduct of war; 175 war crimes committed in the treatment of prisoners; and 52 war crimes committed in postwar occupations”.
Nonetheless, family and friends of these 600,000 innocent victims of Bush war crimes were said to be tickled by George W.’s stories of his Dad’s bad dancing and dislike of broccoli.