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General David Petraeus reviled as War Criminal

Commander in Chief of the U.S. armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan berated as war criminal.

The former four-star General David Petraeus, commander of U.S. armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan and ISAF Commander in Afghanistan, as well as the Director of the CIA after his exit from the U.S. Army, has been affronted viciously by students of the University of New York (CUNY).

The students called him a “piece of shit”, “fascists”, “disgusting imperialists” and “war criminal” on his way to his lecture at the university. They also shouted in a choir “Petraeus, get out of CUNY.”

The former four-star General David Petraeus (60), who has led from 2002 the wars of aggression against Afghanistan and Iraq at the top and is therefore responsible for the deaths of nearly 2 million Iraqis and Afghans, teaches as a visiting professor at the CUNY the course entitled “Are we at the beginning of the North American decade” since the beginning of the semester.

The video was recorded on the first day of his teaching profession as visiting professor at the University in New York last Monday.

The protesting students are members of the Ad Hoc Committee Against the Militarization of CUNY.

Source: allesschallundrauch

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  1. Arklight

    I agree in this sense; cluster munitions have been outlawed by international convention for many years, thus; every individual who has been directly involved in the manufacture, sale, transportation, storage, fitting, arming or expending cluster munitions is a de jure war criminal. Depleted Uranium munitions have been outlawed by international convention for many years thus, any individual – – – ; the roster includes everyone in the chain of command which results in the expending of illegal munitions as a de jure war criminal, including the commander in chief of the US military.


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