Posted 10 months ago on Sept. 9, 2013, 2:55 p.m. EST by bigdog187
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Update: Recently, I started a more formal petition on line, via MoveOn.org Here: http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/the-devils-of-damascus?source=c.url&r_by=3867884 I invite you to check that out, and lend your names to it, if you do not want to copy and paste the sentiment below OR perhaps consider doing both. Thank you again, and I love you all equally!
Over the weekend an open letter was written to Prince Bandar Bin-Sultan, Royal Ambassador for Saudi Arabia to The United States of America accusing him of "crimes against humanity," and for his direct interference in Syrian affairs (e.g. The Syrian Civil War). BELOW is a copy of that letter.
I would like to extend too all of you every opportunity to consider an endorsement of it and write a similar letter or the same letter to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to formally investigate the matter and bring it before The U.N. Security Council for a formal review and if they consider it necessary to bring formal charges against Ambassador Sultan before The World Court At The Hague.
Thank you fellow Occupiers I love you all equally.
September 08, 2013
The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia The Office of the Ambassador His Royal Honor, Prince Bandar Bin-Sultan, of The House of Saud 601 New Hampshire Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20037 Telephone: (202)-342-3800
The United Nations The Office of the Secretary General His Honor, Ban Ki-moon, Secretary of the General Assembly 760 United Nations Plaza New York, NY. 10017 Telephone: (212)-963-3062
Re: An open letter to The Ambassador for Saudi Arabia to The United States of America, Prince Bandar Bin-Sultan, of The House of Saud, for his direct engagement in the Syrian Civil War by the contribution of chemical and biological weapons to members of The Free Syrian Army, contributing in the deaths of 1,300 people in Damascus, Syria on 22-August-2013.…
Dear Ambassador Bin-Sultan:
Good day to you sir, and thank you for the opportunity to write you today, it is appreciated. I am a Citizen of The United States of America and a Concerned Citizen of The World At Large who is writing, openly, to accuse you sir of crimes against your fellow humanity in Damascus, Syria, and the killing of, by lethal involuntary ingesting of a chemical gas, known as Serine, on 22-August-2013 in which 1,300 people died through no fault of there own in that place.
Sir I have proof which I have attached to this formal letter, implicating you in the deaths and the giving over of chemical and biological weapons to The Free Syrian Army (Syrian Rebel Forces) and those most certain of that ban to have directly contributed in the deaths of Syrian men, women and children, non-combatants (enemy or otherwise), in a national civil war! It is my intention to greatly encourage The Secretary General of The United Nations to investigate, formally, these findings, which I have submitted, and to recommend a convening of The United Nations Security Council to formally investigate these matters for themselves and formally request your presence before that body to give a complete and full detail of your where abouts on 22-August-2013 when these chemical gas attack(s) occurred. IF, it is found that you have contributed, in any way, in these deaths-be it directly or indirectly, THEN, it shall be my recommendation that you be brought up, formally, before The World Court At The Hague for crimes against humanity, your fellow humanity, and for your direct or indirect involvement in international and or world affairs not of your nor the country you represent on its behalf, as its Royal Ambassador, in Washington, D.C. here in The United States of America.
Respectfully sir I think it none of your business to interfere, if in fact you did, in world affairs, especially those not of your own country of origin’s concern. BUT, and in fact it should be your chief concern as a Saudi Royal Ambassador to keep peaceful world relations at all times. Insuring that all citizens of this world remain free and equal under the varying U.N. Peace Accords and Peaceful Engagements which usher in a beneficial gain for general world affairs in countries and nation states around the world in and for a common good.
It is my understanding that you have served as Royal Ambassador for Saudi Arabia to the United States of America since 1983 but until now have never had your character and standing brought into question, be it publicly or privately. An impeccable record of service, and one that should be noted BUT, it does not excuse your direct or indirect involvement in the Syrian Civil War BECAUSE and in so far as I know what goes on in Syria only affects Saudi Arabia moreover The House of Saud IF the price of regular crude oil or kerosene oil goes up?
It is troubling to me that despite public as well as private evidencairy neither The House of Saud or the Country of Saudi Arabia has ever been questioned, brought into question or asked to render answer to a question of impropriety, EVER. Respectfully, crude oil money, diamonds, gold, and other rare jewel pricing can only get you so far sir, only get your respective country so far in this world until your made to give an answer for questions of impropriety. The time has come Ambassador Sultan to give an answer.
Thank you for your time and consideration to this matter and I look forward to a response, if any, from your offices concerning this very serious charge in which I have levied you.
Sincerely and Respectfully, X____ David R. Davidson Paducah, Ky. 42001
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The United States Department of State The Office of the Secretary of State The Honorable John F. Kerry 2201 C Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20520 Telephone: (202)-647-4000
The Press and Public Diplomacy Section United States Mission to The United Nations The Office of The Ambassador The Honorable Samantha Powers 799 United Nations Plaza New York, NY. 10017 Telephone: (212)-415-4062 Fax: (212)-415-4053
United States House of Representatives The Office of The Congressional Representative for The First Congressional District of Kentucky The Honorable Edward Whitfield 1403 S. Main St. Hopkinsville, Ky. 42240 Telephone: (270)-885-8079 Fax: (270)-885-8598
United States Senate The Office of The United States Senator for Western Kentucky The Honorable Addison M. McConnell, Jr. 601 W. Broadway Room 603 Louisville, Ky. 40202 Telephone: (502)-582-6304
United States Senate The Office of The United States Senator for Eastern Kentucky The Honorable Randall Paul, M.D. 1029 State Street Bowling Green, Ky. 42101 Telephone: (270)-782-8303