(The “victim” is available for interviews. What a fucking laugh. Yep. They continue to build a pretext for regime change in Turkey. The third and final part of Greater Kurdistan is being prepped for transfer and it’s THE most OBVIOUS propaganda campaign as of late. And what do our “alternative” media outlets do? The go right along with the MSM, promoting the same bullshit talking points, making all us anti-war and anti-globalization folks, ready, willing and able to support the next regime change operation. H/T to Penny and those FEW others who are sticking with this story and exposing it as it takes shape. This obviously staged hearts and minds street theater production looks an AWFUL LOT like the old “Pussy Riot” provocations, no doesn’t it? I wonder if the same globalization production company staged it.)
by Penny from Penny for Your Thoughts
‘Cause this doesn’t happen unless it was intentional. By design. To demonize an intended target. For the creation of bad press. Trial by media…
Amnesty International’s Protestors, threatened by Turkish Security in Washington
Amnesty International, just another, scummy No Good Organization
Amnesty International giving legitimacy to the illegitimate.
(WASHINGTON, DC) – Today a delegation of Amnesty International USA staff and volunteers protested human rights abuses in Turkey in front of the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC where Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gave a speech. Amnesty protestors were confronted by plainclothes Turkish security who threatened them and grabbed at their protest signs.
“Today’s confrontation in Washington vividly illustrates how little Turkey’s government values human rights such as freedom of the press and freedom of assembly. Those who were present at today’s protest saw firsthand the consequences of governments that violate human rights,” said T. Kumar, Amnesty International USA’s advocacy director for Europe.
Amnesty International USA urged President Obama to address human rights concerns with President Erdogan earlier this week.
Kumar, who was at the scene and was personally threatened by Turkish security, is available for interviews.
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