What is most ironic however, is that it’s the policies of the US and Israel over Gaza that actually constitutes a violation of the genocide convention.
Under the terms of the Genocide Convention, Israel is guilty of uncountable crimes as clearly defined in article 2 of the GC. In their aggression, the Israelis have killed anyone who has stood in their way. One example is peace activist Rachel Corrie; an attractive young California blonde who was murdered by an Israeli bulldozer on March 16, 2003. Ironically the Caterpillar bulldozer was a gift from American taxpayers.
Now, a committee has been set up by the distinguished E. Stanley Rittenhouse to see that the United States government lives up to its responsibility to enforce the terms of the GC.
It is appropriately called, Committee to Enforce the Genocide Convention. Rittenhouse plans a publicity campaign to notify every member of the House and Senate, the entire media, including newspapers, magazines, radio, television and the Internet, and all Americans of the need to enforce the principles of the GC.
Observance of this legal document would mean a total pullout from the territories occupied by the Israeli army. It would spell the end of political Zionism and likely compensation to its victims.
It will be interesting (if not sickening) to watch as the politicians on Capitol Hill engage the motorized goalposts to ensure that Israel (and the US of course) come out smelling like roses.