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In the World Court of Justice: Who Won the Iran Elections? The Legal Status of the Displaced Palestinians Clarification of the Legal Status of the US Presence in Iraq WCJ Comments on the Osama bin Laden Message to the American People (November 2002) WCJ Comments on The National Security Strategy of the United States of America Report (September 2002)
Printed books relating to the World Court of Justice and the principles on which it is based are available at the TJPL website.
Issues in the News: Response to President Obama re: Syria The Victims of 9/11 (2001-2013) Forces of Good and Evil British Courts Reform Can Obama Win? Can Mitt Romney Win? Stopping Zionism Why Palestinian State Anti-Semitism Collapse of Communism - Lessons for Today and Tomorrow The Friends and Enemies of Israel The Meaning of Illegal Iran War and the Days After Iran Withdrawal from NPT Islamic Government Is Homosexuality Good or Bad? Own Goal American Isolation Why the British Riots? Recognizing the Palestinian State Paedophilia in Islam Why They Hate Islam Global Closure Talking to the Taliban Why to Stop Islam The Gay, the Straight, and the Potty-Trained Gambling in Games, Business, Wars, and Politics Arithmetic and Vocabulary of Wars Questions for the Iraq War Inquiry Team Obama and the Middle East Conflict Wars, Religions and Scientific Clarity Iraq War Inquiry The Two Rights of Return in the Middle East Conflict Government Advisers and Spin Doctors Zionism, anti-Zionism and the State of Israel Obama's Afghan Politics Solving Israel Palestinian Conflict in 2009 Wars of Civilizations The Language of Hamas The Legal Status of the Displaced Palestinians Spinning a Third War? A Strawman Fallacy How to Convert the Muslims Proclaiming Wars Is homosexuality inborn? People Power Middle East Peace 2007 Are Results of Wars Predictable? Is the Saddam Hussain Verdict Just? Jack Straw and the Veil The Arithmetic of the Afghan War The Wig, the Shoe, and Mathematics Secret Trials Treason, Terrorism and Tony Blair Crimes and War Crimes Blair Argument London Bombs, Iraq War and Dr Shipman Elections Apathy The Middle East Settlement 2005 God - They Still Argue About It Impartiality Tyranny, Despotism, Democracy and Rule of Law Prisons - Do They Work? Graffiti - Art or Crime? Playing by the Rules Opinions, Convictions, and Reality Use of Torture in the War on Terror Should Men be Animals? Why Islam and Why Deaths in Spain? Will Cannibalism Become Socially Acceptable? Understanding the Muslim Hijab Why Breast Cancer and How to Prevent It? The Trial of Saddam Hussain Turning the Other Cheek Understanding Democracy Are the US Winning or Losing the Global War on Terror? Is The Universe Football-Shaped? Homosexuality among Animals and Humans Definitions of Truth and Falsehood How to Stop Islam? Resolving Conflict Between Religion and Politics Taxing the Rich and Understanding Social Justice Morality, Law and Religion National Sovereignty - Who Needs It? Lawlessness Begets Lawlessness and the Unipolar World Order Judeo-Christian (Christeo-Judean) Tradition and Islam Legitimacy of Governments The Five Solutions to the Middle East Crisis Liability of Heads of State for War Crimes A Dialogue of Civilizations? World Government - Ideal or Painful Necessity? Religion, Morality, Fear, Understanding and Modern Secularism The Origins and Development of the War on Terror Doctrine and its Future Prospects Judaism, Christianity and Islam - A Clash of Civilizations? More issues ... .
This site is dedicated to government through Truth, Honesty and Justice as opposed to government by violence and politics.
On this site the myths and superstitions of the 20th century, on which the present philosophy of political government is based, are exposed, and standards of honesty and competence that should be applicable at every level of every government are defined.
Today people all over the world are confused: "What is right and what is wrong?", "What is true and what is false?" Politicians use this confusion to put themselves into positions of power and to justify their actions, and ... still further increase this confusion.
On this site the legal, moral, philosophical, economic and 'political' issues facing today's world are examined from the standpoint of the fundamental principles of honest (non-political) government as laid down by the World Court of Justice.
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