Yes, I agree that the leaders of US government pick and choose the "international laws" and judicial systems/Courts to abide by or ignore.
I believe a very good question to pose to a new President would be:
Many of the peoples of the world are confused regarding "international law" and "international courts." Could you please clarify the process, the who and the how and the history of the United States violating established international laws which are respected by other countries.'
Great question you have raised....henruyk.
It is true that throughout history most meaningful change is effected by a small group led by one person.
We at the HUTT (Horizons Unlimited Think Tank)are an interesting, intellegent, resourceful and a very cool group. Some of us are really tough and some of us a little soft, but together we are a force not to be taken lightly .... We are traveled, knowledgeable, survivors and should be listened to by elected officials.
I agree a large proportion of US residents have little or no impact on US foreign policy, probably because they believe they don't, which is a very dumbed down state of existence that benefits only those who wish to impose their will over that population without the support of that population.
Let us not be them. please explain unilateral multilateralism...thanks xfiltrate
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