ICC Issues Arrest Warrant for Putin, Ignores Deep State Criminality

ER Editor: OK, somebody 25 levels above the rest of us is having a really good laugh at the ICC’s expense. This story was also picked up by RT and Real Raw News, and handled very differently by both. RT – Kremlin dismisses ‘outrageous’ ICC claims. And RRN – Putin Laughs at International Arrest Warrant. Of note from the RRN piece:

Zakharov said the ICC, located in the Hague, Netherlands, is a nebulous, intergovernmental coalition of Deep State gangsters that takes orders from the criminal Biden regime and other Western Leaders. Putin, he added, expected false charges would be leveled against him. However, he hardly anticipated they’d accuse him of kidnapping Ukrainian children while over 10,000 Russian children are still missing and presumed to have been sold into child slavery or to Adrenochrome harvesting facilities in Ukraine.

Zakharov said Russian Spetznas are still valiantly hunting down Adrenochrome farms in hopes of rescuing the children and destroying all traces of a pharmaceutical concoction that Putin has called “the devil’s elixir.”

As yet, we don’t have concrete evidence of the adrenochrome production facilities in Ukraine, although the rumour mill is going full speed in certain quarters.

Kudos also to Peter Halligan below for picking up the stuff the International Criminal Court SHOULD be treating seriously, such as the complaint lodged by Hannah Rose law firm against key players in the plandemic.


International Criminal Court issues arrest warrant against Putin – silent on the deaths of millions from C19 mRNA injections, Gain of Function research by the US and child trafficking via Mexico

From here:

ICC issues arrest warrant for Putin over alleged scheme to deport Ukrainian kids to Russia | Just The News

“The International Criminal Court said Friday it has issued an arrest warrant for Russia President Vladimir Putin over an alleged scheme to forcibly deport thousands of Ukrainian children to Russia.

The warrant also names Maria Lvova-Belova, the Russian official at the centre of the alleged scheme, according to CNN.”

No doubt the ICC Is acting on this report from Yale University researchers in a collaboration with the U.S. State Department:

Russia’s Systematic Program for the Re-education and Adoption of Ukraine’s Children | Conflict Observatory

“Russia’s federal government has systematically relocated at least 6,000 children from Ukraine to a network of re-education and adoption facilities in Russia-occupied Crimea and mainland Russia. The Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab (HRL) identified 43 facilities involved in holding children from Ukraine since Russia’s 24 February 2022 invasion of Ukraine. The majority are recreational camps where children are taken for ostensible vacations, while others are facilities used to house children put up for foster care or adoption in Russia. These findings indicate the majority of camps have engaged in pro-Russia re-education efforts and some camps have provided military training to children or suspended the children’s return to their parents in Ukraine.”

Let’s hope this is not a woke university, a woke State Department and a woke ICC ignoring the child trafficking at the southern border of the US to single out Russia for “war crimes” that have their equivalence in “civil crimes”.

One can’t help but wonder why there has been no update on this case laid before the ICC 15 months ago (6 December 2021):

UK ICC Complaint – Hannah Rose Law

“Based on the extensive claims and enclosed documentation, we charge those responsible for numerous violations of the Nuremberg Code, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of aggression in the United Kingdom, but not limited to individuals in these countries.”

ER: We remind readers that this UK case was made to the ICC after FAILING to gain any traction with it in the British judicial system. It concerns pretty much all aspects of the fake plandemic, including the ‘vaccine’, PCR testing, graphene oxide, masks, inflated statistics, etc., and names names, which are violations, it claims, of the Nuremberg Code and Rome Statute. It’s worth checking out. 




Featured image, Putin: NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA Credit: AFP/Getty Images


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