Posts tagged united nations
Demasking the Torture of Julian Assange (English)

..Somehow you can manage one WikiLeaks and one Julian Assange, but if you have ten thousand of these organisations and journalists popping up that use the internet so effectively to expose secret information, that obviously would no longer be manageable for these states and it could really change the way that world affairs are being conducted very fundamentally. And that’s what these states are afraid of. Interview with Nils Melzer, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture.

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how to stop child rape and sexual abuse by aid workers - Andrew MacLeod (English)

Former high-level official for the UN Andrew Macleod blew the whistle on a pedophilia network of massive proportions involving thousands of United Nations employees wreaking havoc on tens of thousands of innocent children. In this Potkaars interview Andrew explains what the response of the UN was to his reporting and how child rape and sexual abuse by aid-organisations employees should be addressed.

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professor of international law Alfred de Zayas - Venezuela Coup d'état

Interview turned masterclass on history and international law. Alfred De Zayas is outspoken: ‘what shocks me in the case of Venezuela is not that a demented president wants to irrigate upon himself the right to determine “I want this person as president of Venezuela and I want this person as whatever” but the fact that the Dutch the French the Spaniards the Canadians have followed suit so you have here actually a revolt against international law carried out not by banana republics but is carried out by countries that claim to be committed to democracy rule of law and human rights’.

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