Folks, you are seeing World Government at work right before your very eyes. We have NO right to invade this sovereign country that is NO threat to the US or has not attacked the US. No matter how noble it may sound to help out the Libyan people, it isn’t right and the president is violating the Constitution by attacking any country without a Declaration of War from Congress. Congress doesn’t have the Constitutional authority to delegate ‘making war’ to the executive branch. With the attack and arrest warrant your seeing the New World Order at work and it’s not good.  What would keep them from issuing an arrest warrant on a US President or any other country’s president? Nothing would keep them from it… careful what you go along with, it could backfire and be wrong at the same time.

Sudan foreign ministry criticizes ICC arrest warrant against Gaddafi

The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has criticized the arrest warrants issued by the International Criminal Court (ICC) against the Libyan Leader Muammar Gaddafi and some of his assistances, reported Al-Raeam daily on Wednesday.

“Realization of justice against whoever committed violations is a matter decided by the Libyan people alone,” the report quoted Khalid Musa, spokesman of the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as saying.

“Realization of justice in Africa is a matter that is decided by peoples and internal judiciary institution and is not subject to decisions of the ICC which turns a blind eye to grave violations that take place in many parts of the world and focuses only on the African countries or the so-called easy and soft targets,” he added.

The Sudanese foreign ministry spokesman reiterated that Sudan’s stance was based on a firm principle that stands on sovereignty of the peoples in achieving justice.

He further renewed Sudan’s accusation of the ICC that it still constituted a political instrument to impose hegemony and a mechanism for a selective justice that targets the African Head of States.

The ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo on Monday requested arrest warrants against the Libyan Leader Muammar Gaddafi, his son Saif Al Islam Gaddafi and Libya’s head of Intelligence Agency Abdullah Al Sanousi, accusing them of committing crimes against humanity.

The ICC prosecutor said Gaddafi’s forces attacked Libyan civilians in their homes and in the public space, repressed demonstrations with live ammunition, used heavy artillery against participants in funeral processions, and placed snipers to kill those leaving mosques after the prayers.

Gaddafi has become the second sitting president against whom an arrest warrant was issued after the Sudanese President Omar al- Bashir whom the ICC issued an arrest warrant against him on March 4, 2009, accusing him of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Sudan’s Darfur region which has been suffering a civil war since 2003.