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Amnesty International’s “Kangaroo Report” on Human Rights in Syria By Rick Sterling

Global Research, February 12, 2017 Introduction Amnesty International (AI) has done some good investigations and reports over the years. This has won them widespread support.  However, less well recognized, Amnesty International has also carried out faulty investigations contributing to bloody and disastrous actions. One prominent example is in Iraq, where AI “corroborated” the false story … Continue reading

Super Bowl Halftime Show’s Sinister Symbolism

Satan Speaks Through Lady Gaga to Declare Dominion Over the Earth (While Pope Francis Blesses) Monday, February 6, 2017 11:18  (Before It’s News) (Natural News) Before you get into this article, note that I’m marking it “satire.” Yet none of the themes unveiled here are actually funny. This is serious stuff… it’s just that 99.9% … Continue reading

Police shooting death of 6 year old Jeremy Mardis Revisited

by Mac⊕Æthyr²³ You quite possibly don’t remember the shooting death of six=year old Jeremy Mardis, an autistic boy from Louisiana.  Even more probable is that you never even heard of it. How is that likely?  We live in an age of police body cameras and patrol car dash cams meant to protect the safety of … Continue reading

Report Slams Israel over Extrajudicial Killings, Torture and Racism

By Telesur In a rare move by Washington, the 2016 U.S. report on human rights said Israel unlawfully killed over 70 Palestinians and tries minors in military courts. The United States accused Israeli Defense Forces of “excessive use of force” in the Palestinian territories, and “arbitrary arrest and associated torture and abuse, often with impunity,” as … Continue reading