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So-called ‘Human Rights Watch’ inserts itself against Hugo Chavez right in the middle of the Venezuelan election

Human Rights Watch doesn’t actually much watch out for human rights and defend them where they are really really under attack, because that would expose the Pentagon and Washington D.C. as being the world’s major violator of human rights world wide. You won’t see them highlighting Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Bahrain, and Afghanistan in any major manner while the US government is riding roughshod over human rights the most through its incessant promotion of killing and war in these areas of the world.

Where you do see them, is inserting themselves with US government-constructed propaganda, in the middle of the Venezuelan election campaign, on the side of the US government-backed guy! Human Rights Watch attacks 'abuse of power' in Venezuela.

Now here is what the Human Rights Fund ITSELF says about where their funds to operate come from…

Who funds Human Rights Watch?
We are a fully independent non-governmental organization, supported by contributions from private individuals and foundations worldwide. In order to maintain our independence, we accept no money from any government, directly or indirectly.

Here is what Wikipedia says their monies to operate come from….

The George Soros Open Society Foundation is the primary donor of the Human Rights Watch, contributing $100 Million of $128 Million of contributions and grants received by the HRW in the 2011 financial year.

This is not an honest broker of human rights in the world at all! It is Geroge Soros, rich guy, telling us what human rights are, where he thinks they are being violated, and where he finds no problems in them being violated. That last where he finds little violation of human rights is where the Pentagon is operating making its wars at. What a racket has going, and the American corporate media and the Pentagon love the group he funds!

Lest anybody forget, it was George Soros funded groups that were largely behind the previous US government supported military coup that tried to topple Chavez, too, and failed.

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