7 December, 2019

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CIA Rendition: British And 24 European Countries Could Face Human Rights Court

British and 24 other European governments accused by OSJI of co-operating in global kidnap, detention and torture operation,

Up to two dozen European countries including the UK could face proceedings before the EuropeanCourt of Human Rights from their involvement in the CIA’s extraordinary rendition operations after 9/11, according to a human rights organisation that has documented worldwide secret support for the programme, writes Ian Cobain.

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    ‘Britain and 24 European countries could face human rights court’!
    Come on Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and International Rights Group, what are you waiting for? Shouldn’t you be moving heaven and earth for an international independent investigation into these credible allegations?

    Oh, sorry, I forgot, you don’t campaign for investigations where white Europeans might be the criminals.

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      Read HRW and other HR organization reports for last 10 years and you will find countless attacks by such HR orgs against CIA programs… Stop spreading lies

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        Err, talking of lies, I never claimed that these 3 organisations have not criticized the CIA.

        What I am claiming is that so far none of them have called for any international independent investigations into any allegations of war crimes committed by any West European, North American or Australasian nation (i.e. nations governed by white people). That is why I allege that all 3 are deeply racist organisations.

        However they have called for such an investigation in the case of Sri Lanka’s military defeat of the LTTE.

        But I’d love to be proved wrong about this, please provide the evidence that I am.

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