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Certainly, the Sultan of Turkey – you know who I mean – is not going to be questioned by The Hague. For the Syrian regime and for the Iraqi regime (whose militias seem to be pretty good at tossing prisoners off walls) and for Erdogan and for the Taliban and for those nice chaps in that friendly Gulf state which builds lots of mosques, but whose names are kept secret in a British government report for fear that the said state would be very rude to Theresa May; and for George W Bush and for the British prime minister who was his contemporary. Justice is for all, but some are not equal before the law. And we are not – surely we are not – going to charge men who killed half a million Iraqi children with sanctions before the 2003 war. Nor are we going to indict the men who killed up to half a million Iraqis the 2003 war. And (gasps of surprise) I never heard from him again. Those who go around demanding war crimes trials don’t really want to “collar the lot”, do they?They want to pick and choose their monsters, to ensure that the arrest of the guilty won’t embarrass those who fund their courts and their lawyers and who pay the UN’s bills and who spend much of their time – before they bomb the offending criminals – comparing their enemies to Hitler.So I said I would certainly cooperate with The Hague – if they charged all the war criminals in the Middle East.And – Sabra and Chatila being a Palestinian massacre I had personally witnessed – I asked when charges would be brought against the Lebanese Christian militiamen who killed up to 1,700 men, women and children in 1982 and, more importantly, against the man who sent them into the camps: the Israeli minister of defence and later Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. – the Hague official who had been so officious, immediately hung up the phone.

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