The foundation “National Bond Government Affairs” challenges the Dutch state at the International Criminal Court (ICC)! The foundation led by chairman Jordy Zwarts filed a total of ten complaints, which the ICC lawyers are now examining whether the charges are admissible. The foundation is accusing the Dutch state for “complicity in war crimes in Syria”!
Complicity of war crimes Syria
The foundation also wants to tackle the Dutch cabinet because of, alleged human rights violations in Syria. The Swiss lawyer Carla del Ponte previously told a regular MSM newspaper: Trouw that it is possible that the Netherlands is a complicit in “war crimes”. This is because the Dutch state supported jihadist organizations, while they were on an international terror list.
The statement of Carla del Ponte September 2018, Dutch Parliament
There is and was a lot of controversy about Carla del Ponte. Carla Del Ponte is a former Chief Prosecutor of two United Nations international criminal law tribunals. A former Swiss attorney general, she was appointed prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) in August 1999.
From September 2012 to August 2017, Del Ponte was a member of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic, under the auspices of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
In May 2013 she accused the Syrian rebels of using chemical weapons, a view opposed by the majority of Western government officials. She stated, “We still have to deepen our investigation, verify and confirm (the findings) through new witness testimony, but according to what we have established so far, it is at the moment opponents of the regime who are supposedly using sarin gas.” The following day, in an apparent reaction to Del Ponte’s comments, the Commission issued a press release clarifying that it “has not reached conclusive findings as to the use of chemical weapons in Syria by any parties in the conflict”. Set back by the International community and the Deep state.
In March 2014, the Commission published a report that stated that the chemical agents used in the Khan al-Assal chemical attack bore “the same unique hallmarks as those used in Al-Ghouta” in the August 2013 chemical attack. The report also indicated, based on “evidence available concerning the nature, quality and quantity of the agents used” that the perpetrators of the Al-Ghouta attack “likely had access to the chemical weapons stockpile of the Syrian military”. In none of the incidents, however, was the commission’s “evidentiary threshold” met in regards to identifying the perpetrators of the chemical attacks.
In August 2017, Del Ponte resigned from the Commission, due to frustration at the lack of support from the international community: “We could not obtain from the international community and the Security Council.
In the hearing she stated: Carla del Ponte clearly said , during the public debate at the Dutch government, YES it is a war crime and a violation against human rights and International law and also participation in a war of a sovereign state to have funded the so-called rebels, especially after 2015. Because, after 2015 it was very clearly established that there was NO MODERATE OPPOSITION.
Of course, we the activists/journalist knew, because I was there myself in 2015 in Syria at the height (or low) of the war, there were no moderates and therefore, the Netherlands sponsored terrorists, even if you give aid or trucks, which can be supplied with weapons!
Also I experienced an attack by the so-called Syrian rebels, whilst visiting the office of the “Grand” Mufti of Syria in 2015, they attacked the building next to the office of the Mufti, most likely they had found out there were some foreigners in Syria, visiting the ministries of the Syrian Arab Republic, there was “thank God” only collatoral damage and nobody was injured!
Last year there was a hearing and a debate in the Dutch parliament about Syria
Bron: Stichting Bond Overheidszaken, J. Zwarts. ICC, Trouw, Daily Mail, Dutch Parliament.