I'm trying to get you to change your flag to an American one instead of a Canadian one, just for me. That way I can look at your replies as coming from an American defending American policy rather than being a 'traitor' to what 'Canadians' try to peddle off as an International image, in reality our foreign policy is what America decides it should be. Rather than cheer that you might want to be a little concerned about who is pulling America's strings on their foreign policy adventures of the last century.
By saying you are above all laws then you should not be condemning any Nation for what the do. If you think the world belongs to you why do you cry at all when somebody appears to fight back?
Say you use the Human Rights as defined by various UN documents as the standard to judge me (and everybody else in the world), I can live with that, like it or lump it for me. However if those rules (and punishments)apply to me and you and your 'friends' are exempt from condemnation when you disregard those rules then my obligation to follow 'your rules' goes out the window. With you flying the Canadian flag some people might take that for the Canadian view (of how sub-servant we are to Americans)