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Podcast: Rick Sterling on harm done to Syria by Amnesty International & Human Rights Watch

Radio Interview: Rick Sterling: Problems in Amnesty International & Human Rights Watch About Syria. Rick Sterling is the author of Eight problems with Amnesty International’s Report on Aleppo Syria and this interview by Brendan Stone gets him to explain his position in depth. If you thought it was too hard to figure out what is happening in the Middle East and what exactly America is doing there, this interview will clear up a lot.

Kenneth Roth and “Human Rights Watch”: campaigners for war and terror in Syria

The war in Syria has entered its fourth year, yet “Human Rights Watch” and its executive director, Kenneth Roth effectively campaign for its prolongation. This article initially published on the AMRIS pages at

Human Rights Watch squinting on Syria

ABC's next "Q and A" on Monday 31st March will have Kenneth Roth, director of Human Rights Watch, as one of its guests. Consider directing questions to the panel, particularly Mr Roth. Since Q and A have a perspective that often screens out non-mainstream views, feel free to post your questions to as well.

Syria: 'Human Rights Watch', key player in the manufacture of propaganda for war and foreign intervention

Pro-government rally, Damascus, March 2011
By Tim Anderson and Mazen al-Akhras. First published on Global Research, 1 Feb 2014. See also Tim Anderson on Syria - Two interviews: Channel 7 bias and the Real Deal, 23 Jan 2014 by Sheila Newman.
Dr Tim Anderson shows how the group 'Human Rights Watch', far from upholding human rights around the world, has, instead, by falsely claiming that governments, such as the Syrian and Venezuelan governments, are guilty of human rights abuses, has provided fraudulent casüs bellorum for the United States government to wage war against the people of these countries. In Syria's case up to 130,000, according to one estimate, have died since March 2011 as a consequence.

The Western onslaught against international law

A new film, "Compliance," examines "the human desire to follow and obey authority."

Liberal institutions, such as the media, universities, federal courts, and human rights organizations, which have traditionally functioned as checks on the blind obedience to authority, have in our day gone over to power's side. The subversion of these institutions has transformed them from checks on power into servants of power. The result is the transformation of culture from the rule of law to unaccountable authority resting on power maintained by propaganda.

Also published on Global Research, on 28 Aug 2012
See also: Carr tries to justify Australian support for NATO war against Syria of 12 April 2012.

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