Direct Democracy Comment

As with Al Jazeera, is Human Rights Watch now a pro-Western propaganda agency?

With a notable lack of criticism towards the US government regarding the hunger strike in Guantanamo prison combined with the publishing of a blatant lie about Russia's activities at the UN regarding Syria, Human Rights Watch is starting to look like it's about to follow the once-Arabic broadcaster Al Jazeera by quietly morphing into a pro-Western media outlet.

Their recent article regarding Russia and Syria reads; "The old Soviet Union may have supported the African National Congress in exile, but the new Russia does not like global coalitions that support human rights. Indeed, Moscow has worked strenuously to keep the United Nations Security Council from addressing human rights crises such as in Syria."

Our point is not to defend Russia's poor record on human rights but is instead to highlight that since the beginning of the minority-influenced, pro-violence, Jihadist 'rebel' uprising in Syria, Russia has continually called for negotiations while calling for non-military intervention [as Russia also did with Libya and Egypt] and, Russia was even told by the US [at the UN] that their decision to veto a US and UK motion to militarily intervene in Syria and to instead support only dialogue, was "disgusting."

The article then attempts to portray Russia as an isolated state with Syria's Bashir al-Assad being "Moscow’s last friend in the Middle East" but, Iraq long-ago swapped its 'allegiance' to the US for a relationship with Russia [by way of a $4 BN arms deal completed in 2012] and, Iran has always maintained strong ties with Russia [currently gaining in strength due to the West's proxy wars against Iran]. At the same time, the UK's 'friends' in the Middle East include the Saudi Arabian, Bahraini and Kuwaiti regimes - all of which are known the world over for their constant violations of human rights in the name of Sharia law and while refusing to democratise, all constitute the US and UK's biggest arms customers.

PA direct democracy media: Western support of dictatorships

PA Video PA direct democracy video: US blocks Russian peace proposal for Libya
PA Video PA direct democracy video: US and UK diminish chance for peace in Syria
PA Video PA direct democracy video: German Intel - 95% of Syrian 'rebels' are terrorists
PA Video PA direct democracy video: US defeat in Syria will enhance peace in Mid-East
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Good old times are back - CIA working with Al'Qaeda again

PA direct democracy media [Political Strategy] Syria

Also noticed in articles about Tunisia - no mention of the implementation of Sharia law. About England - no mention of Parliament's decision in late 2012 to criminalise both causing offence and criticising religion, no mention about how children are still left exposed to the trauma of Parental Alienation by religious-influenced UK family law and, no mention about how the UK is continually falling short of its agreed obligations to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child. About the US - no mention ever about how Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Cisco [to name a few] have fought [some since 2001] to supply oppressive regimes such as China with Internet filtration software and instead, only articles that portray these companies as being pro-democratic and against such regimes.

PA Video PA direct democracy video: Now a criminal offence to criticise or openly question religion
PA Video PA direct democracy video: UK prosecutions - now a crime to be offensive

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