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Jamaica: International Pressure Grows for Probe Into Tivoli Gardens Killings

June 8, 2010


Well, well, well Jose Miguel Vivanco, Americas Director for Human Rights Watch (HRW), is calling for an independent investigation into the “shooting fest” by security forces in Jamaica.  Vivanco states that it is critical to determine whether the killings are the result of “excessive force” or “outright executions.”  Gee, Jose Miguel, I’m not sure if there […]

Humanitarian Imperialism – “Caring for Haiti” by Michael Barker

February 16, 2010


  “Caring for Haiti” by Michael Barker  (Swans – February 8, 2010)   Humanitarian imperialism is a phenomenon that needs to be understood and unmasked by all who care to safeguard life. Yet to date, many thoughtful and often selfless individuals have failed to address the depths to which imperial forces have penetrated human rights […]

VENEZUELA: Treacherous Human Rights Watch Doing the US’ Dirty Work

June 5, 2008

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The treacherous Human Rights Watch and its Jose Vivanco doing the US’ dirty work again. Venezuela should demand that HRW clarify its relationship with the US Government and its various foreign destabilization programs. Venezuela Dismisses Human Rights Watch’s Demand to Clarify FARC Relationship June 4th 2008, by James Suggett – Human Rights Watch Americas […]