Woman attempts citizen’s arrest on Blair

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Anti-war protesters gave former British premier Tony Blair a torrid reception when he turned up to sign copies of his autobiography at a book-store in Dublin.

One activist, Kate O’Sullivan, who managed to enter the book-store, tried to make a citizen’s arrest on Blair for war crimes in Iraq. Here is her account:

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Spellcheck
Spellcheck
7 Sep 2010 12.32am

Gerakan K, did you mean “What is your complainT ???”

guna
guna
6 Sep 2010 3.12pm

can we do a citizens arrest … for altantuya killing and (a top leader) on tons of corruption???? Gerakan K,what you think ???

Gerakan K
Gerakan K
6 Sep 2010 5.17pm
Reply to  guna

Do you know that altantuya case already in court proceeding and almost over as the accused already been sentenced ???

What is your complain ???

tunglang
tunglang
6 Sep 2010 11.57pm
Reply to  Gerakan K

ALTAN: WOI, GERAKAN K!

IT’S NOT OVER YET! I’M IN PUTRAJAYA EVERY NIGHT!
EEEEERRRRRRR!!!!! EEEEERRRRRRR!!!!! EEEEERRRRRRR!!!!!

tunglang
tunglang
7 Sep 2010 12.25am
Reply to  Gerakan K

ALTAN: IT”S FOR REAL!!!

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Katharina Sri (ex Noor Aza)
Katharina Sri (ex Noor Aza)
6 Sep 2010 12.47am

Yaeh, I was brainwashed in Dublin into supporting this pro-Islamist and aggressively anti-Israel Western Marxist-left hypocrites! Many Muslim fanatics have infiltrated the mostly God-hating Western left groups in Dublin and all over the West – using them to gain political power and gain strategic alliances in the West! The Left and Msulim fanatics are also united in their common love for Fascism. Thankfully, Christ open my eyes to such evilness before it was too late!

tunglang
tunglang
6 Sep 2010 11.48am

We are given a choice – for peace or for self-destruction, for multilateral / multicultural co-existence or for one-world dominance.
Already the world is infested with dictators and power mad ‘Hitlers’ clones bend on wrecking havocs, mischievous adventurism and eliminating ‘enemy’ nations not in their favor of twisted political doctrines and dogmas of religious fanatism.
Are we to fulfil ‘The Clash of Civilizations’ as proposed by Samuel P. Huntington?
I’m afraid humanity is already on that path led by Ahmadnejad, the dark horse of anti-Semitic-hatred, terrorism and self-proclaimed spiritual champion of the Arab world.

wandererAUS
wandererAUS
5 Sep 2010 2.09pm

Hell will be an empty and lonely place if we have clean politicians…Bolehland alone, will contribute half the evil souls as permanent residents in God’s “Hot House”! hehe

justinian
justinian
5 Sep 2010 1.35pm

“Don’t buy books by crooks.” What is true of Richard Nixon is true of this dictator too.

tunglang
tunglang
5 Sep 2010 1.12pm

Anil,
Do we have a universal jurisdiction’s right to make citizen’s arrest in Malaysia?
Irrespective of who’s the criminal?
Is is risky? (Just to make it clear, though this sounds like the DPP!!!)

Sean
Sean
5 Sep 2010 2.03pm
Reply to  tunglang

You could start here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizen%27s_arrest#Malaysia

Is this the organisation briefly referred to in the video?
http://www.arrestblair.org/

wandererAUS
wandererAUS
5 Sep 2010 10.48am

The only difference between the democratic Western countries and the rest of the world, is this protester will get some sort of publicity… that will as far as she will get. The end result is, no difference from those powerful dictatorial countries! Plenty of play, play…nothing will happen!
Only third world countries and fallen communist dictators will face some sort of Western trials for misconduct!

jay
jay
5 Sep 2010 8.55am

Watched a bbc report on this which said that there were more pro-blair supporters than protesters.

How come there is no video of this on your site or are you also one that is inherently anti-blair for his past?

Yang
Yang
5 Sep 2010 6.12pm
Reply to  Anil Netto

Anil, This woman is an idiot. What Blair does is a policy that was in consensous with the decision making by his Cabinet and Parliament. The blame should be on Saddam Hussein who has used force to invade Kuwait and has boasted of having weapon of mass destruction. What if indeed Iraq has WMD. How dangerous the world would be. Again could you turn a deaf ear to Iran and its leader, Ahmadnejad who does not follow international law of immunity by raiding and holding hostage staff of the American embasy in the 70s. Could we believe their lies that… Read more »

Gerakan K
Gerakan K
5 Sep 2010 9.06pm
Reply to  Yang

Yang, it is so pity that you supported the war against Iraq.

You are truly a pure idiot.

Yang
Yang
7 Sep 2010 7.31am
Reply to  Gerakan K

Not only that. I supported the war in Afghanistan most of all I will support any war against fanatics and terrorist. And I also supported Israel style of no negotiation against these fanatic and terrorist even if they are not muslim. Even god do that. Example is Sodom and Gommorah when the entire city was wipe off….

frags
6 Sep 2010 2.07am
Reply to  Yang

I agree the fault doesn’t lie solely on Blair alone but doesn’t developed nations have a responsibility to be examples to other countries? I mean shouldn’t they be more careful and sure of it in the first place. On Hiroshima, I disagree, the Japanese were already on the run and eventually the war would end. The move was solely to stop the Soviets from gaining ground in the East. It wasn’t to end the war.

It was a cunning political move. Worth it? I think not.