January 12, 2013

Adolfo Esquivel on Justice

"Adolfo Pérez Esquivel (born November 26, 1931) is an Argentine pacifist, art painter and sculptor. He was the recipient of the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize."
He disapproved of the European intervention in the Libyan civil war and warned against an intervention in Syria.[9] In the aftermath of the Death of Osama bin Laden, he sent a letter to President Barack Obama suggesting the United States killed rather than tried bin Laden because he may have revealed unsettling information about 9/11.[9] He argued, "You know that there are people who have investigated the tragic events of 9/11/2001 and claim there is evidence that this was a self-coup (self-inflicted attack)."[9] Later, he added, "This event was the perfect excuse to launch a war against Afghanistan and Iraq and now against Libya." Finally, he called the United States an "axis of evil"."
Adolfo Esquivel on Justice [Source: FetzerInstitute].