Amnesty International Faults Sedition Law


Source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/amnesty-faults-sedition-law/article17343822.ece?homepage=true

[Considering Amnesty International was forced to admit that its report on Syria was faked almost entirely in the U.K, Amnesty should attend to moral turpitude in its system and not comment on India's domestic laws. Amnesty International must be tried in the International Court of Justice for crimes against nations]

Criticises curbs on NGOs, attacks on activists, journalists

Amnesty International’s State of the World’s Human Rights Report 2016-17 has expressed concern over a range of human rights violations in India.

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The Causes of Clinical Depression, Long-lasting Sadness and Behavioural Dysfunction

By Dr. Gary G Kohls,

Global Research
Source: http://www.globalresearch.ca

This morning I listened, with a lot of frustration, to the usually very informative and usually quite balanced morning radio interview program “On Point Radio with Tom Ashbrook”

(http://www.wbur.org/onpoint/2017/02/14/depression-teens-girls-study).

The program “revealed” supposedly new information about the high incidence of so-called “clinical depression” among American girls. The two guests on the program were actually academic psychiatrists who had recently had their research published in the Journal of Pediatrics.

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Fake News and Crimes Against Humanity: Amnesty International Admits Syrian 'Sayadnaya' Report Fabricated Entirely in the U.K

By Tony Cartalucci, Global Research
Source: http://www.globalresearch.ca

Amnesty International’s 48 page report titled, “Syria: Human Slaughterhouse: Mass Hangings and Extermination at Saydnaya Prison, Syria,” boasts bold claims, concluding:

 

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Symbolic Seduction: Women's Rights, Partisan Politics, Ethnocentirsm and American Naricissism

By Edward Curtin, Global Research
Source: http://www.globalresearch.ca

In 1929, Edward Bernays, Sigmund Freud’s nephew, U.S./CIA war and coup propagandist, and the founder of public relations, conducted a successful mind-manipulation experiment for the tobacco industry.

In those days there was a taboo against women smoking in public, and Bernays was hired to change that.

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Annie Besant London's First Wonder Woman: 19th Century Protest and the Matchgirls Strike 1888

By Greg Guma, Global Research
Source: http://www.globalresearch.ca

In Dons of Time, Tonio Wolfe travels back in time to Bloody Sunday and the Matchgirls Strike

During the Sedona vortex expedition he had seen her a second time. Of the infinite choices available to him in that moment he had found her in the midst of a crisis. Could it be an accident? What did it really mean? At least it was possible to isolate the moment — November 13, the climax of a series of demonstrations that had been building for months.

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The Mind's River:How a Life Along the Cauvery Stilled my Anxieties

By Nisarg Praksah
Source: https://thewire.in

“I had noticed earlier that my illness subsided when I had access to the wilderness. Time spent outdoors in wild places were the only happy memories in an otherwise confused and chaotic few years.”

 

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