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How Amnesty International Helped The Latest Muslim Killer Get Into Australia
Amnesty International, just like Human Rights Watch, is staffed now by people with a certain worldview, a view that does not find anything particularly admirable or worth preserving in the West, a view that defends Islam and its adherents and minimizes the danger from them, a view that consistently finds these groups supporting the Jihad against Israel and denouncing the attempts by the Israeli government to ensure the safety of its citizens, a view that finds outrageous any behavior by non-Muslims that shows a willingness to use whatever means are deemed necessary to protect the country from Islamic demographic conquest, as in Myanmar. What is it about Amnesty International that has so transformed it from the respectable samaritan organization it was, just a few decades ago, into what it is today? And who transformed Human Rights Watch? And for that matter, how did the ACLU become peopled with so many Muslim lawyers, and such a defense-of-the-faith, that faith being Islam, agenda, that is how did it transform itself from what it once was, in the 1950s, when it was an entirely different place, run by people who had a better sense of the fragility of freedom, and of the kind of individual rights, such as freedom of speech and conscience, among the many Western rights so inimical to Islam, that deserved protection?