Thursday, 19 January 2012

Western governments fund NGO's like Amnesty that place their main effort in attacking democratic governments

Showing us just where NGO's place their emphasis (when not bashing Israel) it was interesting to look at Amnesty International's page on torture.

Did you expect Saudi Arabia or Syria to top the list? Maybe Chechniya or Ingushetia where Russia and its puppet rulers 'disappear' troublesome persons when then they are not just shot down in the street?

Of course not, good old democratic USA is firmly in Amnesty's sights:

Torture and Other Ill-Treatment

In the years since 9/11, the U.S. government has repeatedly violated both international and domestic prohibitions on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment in the name of fighting terrorism.

Torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment must stop, and those responsible for authorizing and implementing it must be held accountable...............

An attack on the UK came third after a congratulatory piece about Egypt for its supreme court having outlawed 'virginity' tests. People and governments that support a whole raft of so-called human rights organisations should realise that the main focus is not on investigating tyrannies, but on democratic countries that are easy to target, easy to investigate, and in line with the anti-western feelings that pervades these organisations.

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