Petition: Call to Stand for Humanity

To:  International Court of Justice (aka World Court)

Call to Stand for Humanity

Canadian Action Party, a registered Canadian Federal Political party, is calling for all leaders, both political and religious, of every nation, and all free people to condemn the U.S. Torture, Assassination and Detainment law (H.R. 6166) officially described as “Military Commissions Act of 2006” and passed into USA law on October 5, 2006.

If you do not support the authority of George W. Bush (and all future American presidents or their agents) to detain, arrest, torture and/or assassinate any and every human being on the planet deemed a “threat”, then decency and history demand that you publicly declare your position, immediately.

The U.S. Congress and Senate has insanely endorsed these unrestrained personal powers for use, at his pleasure, into law. This law seeks to make George W. Bush judge, jury and executioner in every country, over every citizen. With such power endorsed, all rights, all liberties are forfeited.

Speak plainly. Speak now, before simple dissent is used as the warrant for your own extermination.

Do you endorse or oppose such power?

We shall post this message on our website ( to document all those in government who refuse to oppose this bill or choose to remain silent.

Contact: Connie Fogal, Leader, Catherine Whelan Costen, President
Tel: 1.604.708.3372 or email:

Petition to the International Court of Justice:
We, the undersigned, citizens of planet Earth stand together to affirm the universal right of all human beings to live free from the threat of arrest without immediate, unbiased, judicial process; free from torture of any kind; free from threat of assassination.

We believe Bill H.R. 6166 violates the basic tenets of human decency and that it is, in and of itself, a crime against humanity.

We urge the people of the United States of America to return to the principled constitution, which gave them birth and ask the members of the International Court of Justice (aka World Court) to publicly condemn this inhumane legislation known as 'Military Commissions Act of 2006'.


The Undersigned



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I would prefer if you would

I would prefer if you would leave us out of this ;)

Although I also strongly condemn the MCA a.k.a. Torture act, I'm not a big fan of involving the World Court as it is located in The Hague - The Netherlands (which is where I live). The US has already assured us that should the world court ever dare to prosecute an American, they would just invade our country :)

Of course I'm being sarcastic and support every act against the MCA and in favour of 9/11 Truth.

"In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act." - George Orwell

I am VERY wary of this idea...

I am VERY wary of appealing to world-governing bodies for Justice with regard to 9/11 truth.

That strikes me as exactly what they want us to do... rather than use our own system and take it back.