The Web Poetry Corner - James Bredin - The International Criminal Court in Africa
The International Criminal Court in Africa
The International Criminal Court is a UN thing,
Many are appointed delegates flying on one wing,
They’re going to prosecute Hutus for killing others,
Almost a total million Tutsis in front of their mothers.
Appointees and a mandate from the Security Council guys,
But the Rwandan Government wishes that the issue dies,
Because the Tutsis too killed almost as many in return,
It’s history and nothing that was done can ever be undone.
They want the ambitious prosecutor fired from her job,
Or stop these prosecutions that could again ignite the mob,
So UN Human Rights advocates might just have to bend,
Allow political feasibility to make and mend.