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80 "human rights" organizations advocate exclusion of the Russian Federation from the UN HRC

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British Edition Independent came out with an article stating that several dozens of so-called human rights organizations came out in favor of excluding the Russian Federation from the UN Human Rights Council. The submission says that Russia is “unworthy to represent Eastern Europe” in the UN HRC in connection with “actions in Syria”. From the material of the Western edition:
Russia's actions are contrary to its rhetoric of commitment to human rights.



80 "human rights" organizations advocate exclusion of the Russian Federation from the UN HRC


The proposal to exclude Russia from the HRC comes out, in particular, from Human Rights Watch, which claims to have "committed war crimes in Aleppo related to the bombing of the civilian population." "Human rights defenders" (and those of 80 organizations, most of which have offices in Britain, the USA and Canada), in unison, demand from Russia and Syria to stop the military operation in the largest Syrian city.


It would probably be worthwhile to pay attention to such statements if the same Human Rights Watch and more than seven dozen “human rights activists” would demand exclusion from the HRC, for example, Belgium, whose airplanes recently hit civilians in Hassadjek. And when it turns out that in the UN Human Rights Council there is such a country as Saudi Arabia, which turns Yemen’s statehood into dust by air bombardment and ground shelling, chops its subjects as a bloody show in central squares, tramples the rights of women as “ the lower sex, then the claims of the same HRW for Russia look like a farce at all.

It is worth noting that the representation of the Russian Federation in the UN HRC from Eastern Europe expires on December 31 of the current year. Currently in the Human Rights Council from Eastern European countries other than Russia - Macedonia, Latvia (with its non-citizens), Slovenia, Georgia and Albania (with the support of separatists in the Serbian province of Kosovo).
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  1. demiurg
    demiurg 25 October 2016 06: 18
    +3
    (as such - 80 organizations, most of which have offices in Britain, the USA and Canada)

    Who are all these people?
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 25 October 2016 06: 27
      11
      Let them first look at whose grants these "human rights activists" support. Yes, we have thousands of them in Russia.
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 25 October 2016 06: 30
        25
        We will choose two capital (and the most famous) human rights organizations - the Moscow Helsinki Group and the Memorial Society, and two - provincial (but also famous) - the Perm Human Rights Center and the Ryazan branch of Memorial.

        Here are ALL the funds that finance the Moscow Helsinki Group:
        - Liberty Road (state, Swiss Embassy in Russia),
        - Department for International Development (state,
        United Kingdom),
        - European Commission (state, EU),
        - Ford Foundation (private, USA),
        - MacArthur Foundation (private, USA),
        - MATRA (state, Dutch Embassy in Russia),
        - National Endowment for Democracy (NED) (state, USA),
        - Open Society Institute (private, G. Soros, USA),
        - UK Foreign Ministry (state, UK),
        - United States Agency for International Development (USAID),
        (state, USA).

        As can be seen from the list, out of 10 donors of the Moscow Helsinki Group there is not a single Russian organization, neither private nor STATE. But seven out of ten donors are state organizations, with the exception of Switzerland, all of them are NATO members ...


        http://www.contrtv.ru/common/383/
        1. Stalevar
          Stalevar 25 October 2016 07: 04
          15
          Why only 80? What an inconclusive figure? Where is the global scope? Where is the solidarity? In this question, another number should appear - "ALL" !!! All "human rights" organizations support the exclusion of the Russian Federation from the UN HRC. Then it will be solid and hegemonic. And so, well, downright regional scale (even provincial, I would say)! Honestly, unconvincing! No.
          1. AlexTires
            AlexTires 25 October 2016 09: 24
            +1
            Quote: Stalevar
            Why only 80? What is an unconvincing figure?

            Actually, their 86, but this does not change ....
            1. Tatyana
              Tatyana 25 October 2016 14: 38
              +2
              Interesting things are happening with these “human rights defenders” in Russia. All of them are, by and large, the "5 Columned" of the US State Department in relation to their own country in which they were born and continue to live with dual citizenship.

              An example of this in Russia is the “human rights activist” ALEKSEEVA Lyudmila Mikhailovna. Born in 1927 (89 years), Evpatoria, Crimean ASSR, USSR.
              It not just the oldest Russian public figure and participant in the "human rights" movement in the USSR and post-Soviet Russia, but also one of the founders of the Moscow Helsinki Group; since 1996, the chairman of the MHG. In 2002-2012, he was a member of the Commission on Human Rights under the President of the Russian Federation. She was one of the organizers and, until 2008, one of the three co-chairs of the All-Russian Civil Congress. (Wikipedia)
              Alekseeva herself confirmed her American citizenship (US citizenship) and PAYMENT for the activities of the Russian public organization - MHG - through the British Embassy.

              It is noteworthy that with Alekseeva’s dual citizenship - belatedly, but correctly - a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation (convocation of the 2009 – 2011 of the year) Pavel Pyatnitsky, in turn, turned to the then head of the department, Rashid Nurgaliyev, with an official request to find out exactly how the Public the council under the President of the Russian Federation got Alekseev having dual citizenship, because according to the legislation of the Russian Federation she does not have such a right. Namely:
              “On the basis of paragraph 4“ a ”of the decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 23 dated May 2011 of May 668“ On Public Councils under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation and its territorial bodies ”, persons who are not citizens of the Russian Federation cannot be members of the Public Council under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia or having citizenship (citizenship) of a foreign state. ” -
              http://vz.ru/politics/2012/1/23/555687.html

              So, the US State Department not only pays money to its foreign "human rights defenders" in all countries (without money, these "human rights defenders" never protect anyone justly, since the so-called "human rights protection" is their revolutionary professional business in the interests of the United States and other foreign special services), but also “dances” them as the “5th column” of their agents of influence in the countries of their political and economic aggression on the eve of their military occupation. Hence, the illogical (maliciously false) conclusions are given to the mountain by all kinds of "human rights defenders" of the Helsinki group and others like them in the world of "uninitiated"; conclusions that only seem moronic! But in reality, such "human rights activists" are simply traitors and internal enemies of their country - their Motherland who have sold themselves to the world aggressor.
    2. Finches
      Finches 25 October 2016 06: 46
      +9
      The word "human rights" has long evoked extremely wary and even negative associations in me! It is clear that this appeal by international NGOs is another attempt to form a negative image of Russia, while ignoring similar violations on the part of Western countries. It’s clear that behind these offices are their funding kids from the State Department! It is necessary to increase the information pressure on the western man in the street by informing them of the true state of affairs - to buy up newspapers, radio stations, TV channels - the Kremlin can "ask" our oligarchs about this, let them try hard for the sake of the country!
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 25 October 2016 07: 15
        +2
        It is necessary to increase the information pressure on the western man in the street by informing them of the true state of affairs - to buy up newspapers, radio stations, TV channels - the Kremlin can "ask" our oligarchs about this, let them try hard for the sake of the country!


        This is not enough ...

        More than 40 Moscow and a dozen regional universities are working on a voluntary basis to assess the "protest potential" of students and professors. The publication noted that, based on the results of this work, certificates are drawn up for official use, in particular "for representatives of state authorities, as well as certain specialized structures"


        http://www.dp.ru/a/2016/10/24/Protestnij_potencia
        l_v_vu
        Quiet and painstaking work is being carried out in our universities to prepare, so to speak, advanced units for the new WET ...
        I hope our authorities understand what is happening.
        1. delvin-fil
          delvin-fil 25 October 2016 07: 57
          +1
          Deputy Head of the Institute for Strategic Studies and Forecasts at RUDN University Nikita Danyuk, who spoke about testing universities for "protest potential", said that his words were misunderstood, RIA Novosti reports.

          He claims that the project is a series of lectures and discussions on the study and prevention of destructive political technologies so that students "do not become objects of manipulation."

          “This project is generally scientific and educational, aimed not at collecting information for any structures. This is an absolutely misinterpreted speech, ”Danyuk explained.


          And we believe, YES! request
      2. Temples
        Temples 25 October 2016 07: 20
        +4
        You see, you have already formed a consciousness.
        You confirm what they are lying about:
        another attempt to form a negative image of Russia, while ignoring similar violations by Western countries.


        Similar violations?
        What are you speaking about?
        You claim that Russia violates human rights.

        Russia is changing regimes in countries and destroying the population of hundreds of thousands, and makes the survivors live in chaos?

        Are you talking about these "anthological violations"?

        Where are the facts ????????

        You are lying, just as unscrupulously as the State Department and their bedding.
        1. Finches
          Finches 25 October 2016 08: 15
          0
          The word "lying" here is not entirely appropriate, but thank you for the indication, it really turned out somewhat ambiguous, I did not formulate it correctly ... Nevertheless, you do not immediately rush into the attack without understanding it! Moreover, apparently, you have been on the site for a long time, so most likely you could have met my posts on this issue and know my position! hi
    3. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 25 October 2016 07: 13
      +5
      Quote: demiurg
      Who are all these people?

      Inhumans!
    4. Donhapa
      Donhapa 25 October 2016 07: 30
      +2
      Quote: demiurg
      (as such - 80 organizations, most of which have offices in Britain, the USA and Canada)

      Who are all these people?

      Quote: siberalt
      Let them first look at whose grants these "human rights activists" support. Yes, we have thousands of them in Russia.

      Whatever the DEFENDER, as a rule, an dishonorable person, or even a complete villain, is a traitor
    5. evge-malyshev
      evge-malyshev 25 October 2016 10: 09
      0
      Quote: demiurg
      Who are all these people?

      Loafers.
    6. 2С5
      2С5 25 October 2016 16: 55
      0
      ... it's just not human
    7. Dart2027
      Dart2027 26 October 2016 20: 05
      0
      Quote: demiurg
      Who are all these people?

      Contributors to international terrorism.
  2. avvg
    avvg 25 October 2016 06: 23
    0
    Anglo-Saxons are hysterical and the enemy is advancing on all fronts. We don’t get used, the usual thing, we will take a blow!
    1. koksalek
      koksalek 25 October 2016 06: 47
      +1
      It is necessary not to swell (it would be for what) but to beat. Or you or you
      1. Cap-3 USSR
        Cap-3 USSR 25 October 2016 13: 33
        0
        All this fuss and fuss about Aleppo happens for one simple reason. In Aleppo, the cauldron, where they begin to grind not only cannon fodder, but also fatter fish. And when they are ground into dust and the city is liberated, a sufficient number of the Syrian army will be released, which will make it easier to sweep the "moderate" further.
  3. dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 25 October 2016 06: 26
    +4
    The UN has turned into a nursery of devils .. Why do we need this trouble? I was afraid to listen and see how they sprayed with saliva, considering themselves wise?
    1. Donhapa
      Donhapa 25 October 2016 07: 32
      +2
      Quote: dmi.pris
      The UN has turned into a nursery of devils .. Why do we need this trouble? I was afraid to listen and see how they sprayed with saliva, considering themselves wise?

      A bunch of evil Zionists! Their decisions are hateful
    2. 2С5
      2С5 25 October 2016 16: 59
      +1
      ... it did not turn out to be, it was so originally, it was and remains a puppet of the Yankees ... Did it at least do something during its existence? I haven’t heard it somehow ... only the squeal is bespont in the direction of disagreeable states and 80 organizations .. a panopticon and only
  4. EvgNik
    EvgNik 25 October 2016 06: 28
    +4
    Well, if the "human rights activists" got down to business ... And who are they defending - we know that: bandits, Nazis, murderers and other rabble. So we are going the right way ...
  5. Haloperidol
    Haloperidol 25 October 2016 06: 33
    +4
    We must call a spade a spade. Not human rights, but anti-Russian and Russophobic organizations funded by NATO and other `` friends and partners '' of the Russian Federation
  6. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 25 October 2016 06: 34
    0
    It would be possible to skip this screech, but they’ll rule it out, thereby biting Russia again and untying their hands (for the same Saudis, for example). Already there are calls for depriving Russia of the veto at the UN and they will! Shouting - not working, jumping - not thinking ...!
    1. mr.redpartizan
      mr.redpartizan 25 October 2016 07: 06
      +1
      It is high time to leave the UN, which does not solve anything, but only produces frozen conflicts. Russia does not lose anything in this case, because It has a huge nuclear arsenal. Only weak states that do not have their own nuclear shield are interested in the continued existence of the UN.
      1. Orionvit
        Orionvit 25 October 2016 08: 33
        +1
        Only weak states that do not have their own nuclear shield are interested in the continued existence of the UN.
        They wanted to spit on weak states at the UN. And if you need to attack someone, then the West wanted to spit on the UN. Why this organization is needed, I can’t imagine.
        1. krops777
          krops777 25 October 2016 10: 45
          +1
          They wanted to spit on weak states at the UN. And if you need to attack someone, then the West wanted to spit on the UN. Why this organization is needed, I can’t imagine.

          And let's leave the UN, I think other non-Amer countries also reach out, after that this organization will turn into a ghost, like PACE, there will be nothing to decide.
          PS Just before that, you need to create your own UN somewhere on neutral territory, in Antarctica for example. lol
          1. Orionvit
            Orionvit 25 October 2016 17: 38
            0
            PS Just before that, you need to create your own UN somewhere on neutral territory, in Antarctica for example
            Why in Antarctica, you can immediately in Moscow, what is there to trifle, let them see. The fact that the UN is not fulfilling its functions is understandable, but leaving now will ruin even the fragile state of world politics that exists.
  7. velikoros-xnumx
    velikoros-xnumx 25 October 2016 06: 45
    +2
    But perhaps we need to help them and defiantly, voluntarily leave this misunderstanding with an indispensable flame, denouncing a speech performed by Churkin.
    1. Orionvit
      Orionvit 25 October 2016 08: 30
      0
      denouncing speech performed by Churkin.
      If even one of these defenders listened. It's like throwing beads in front of pigs.
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 25 October 2016 06: 45
    +2
    (as such - 80 organizations, most of which have offices in Britain, the USA and Canada)

    Tell me where your office is and tell me who you are. Those who call themselves "human rights defenders" for the most part fulfill a certain order. When pressure is needed on any country, they are right there.
  9. Basil50
    Basil50 25 October 2016 06: 49
    +3
    This is how euphemisms turn quite legal US state offices into * public * organizations with an unclear program and state funding. However, everyone already knows the sources of financing, and even by name * curators * of the public in Europe and the USA. It is time in RUSSIA to bring all these organizations under control and to deprive all * employees * of American societies of citizenship. The phrase - * a Russian citizen, an employee of an American public organization * should already be an article of the criminal code and is equated with armed mercenarism in the interests of other countries.
  10. tchoni
    tchoni 25 October 2016 06: 54
    +1
    And it’s necessary to start the ball in time for their human rights defenders
    1. Basil50
      Basil50 25 October 2016 08: 22
      0
      In Europe, anyone who dares to criticize is simply destroyed. At the dawn of his career, the famous Churchill tried to criticize and remained alive only thanks to the title, but earned forgiveness for a very long time so that they forgiven participated in the colonial wars in Africa, where he earned a denyuzhka * and popularity. But there are few titled ones who do not risk their lives, especially since laws also provide for criminal punishment for * criticism *.
  11. Molot1979
    Molot1979 25 October 2016 06: 55
    0
    We need to pay less attention to the opinion of "human rights activists". And those who do not understand the hints well - to drive out of the country with a filthy broom. And certainly not to give them a penny of money. Let the State Department pay.
  12. Karaul73
    Karaul73 25 October 2016 07: 07
    0
    Well, yes, Russia alone is white and fluffy. And how many human rights organizations in Russia that criticize the Saudis, Americans, Russia itself? In the war everyone had their hands in blood and snout in fluff. You cannot bomb a house with an enemy without killing residents who are hiding, say, in the basement.
  13. Rom14
    Rom14 25 October 2016 07: 19
    +1
    It is high time for Russia to create and judge the complete terrorist states — the American gang — by its UN council on the rights of the peoples of the world.
  14. Delink
    Delink 25 October 2016 07: 21
    +4
    These are all preparations for an open confrontation between the USA + NATO and Russia (possibly China).
    Apparently everything goes to this.
    1. Kent0001
      Kent0001 25 October 2016 10: 31
      0
      For a long time, everything has come to this.
  15. Evgenijus
    Evgenijus 25 October 2016 07: 51
    +3
    These 80 mongrels to the borders of Russia should not be allowed. And if they are in Russia - so kick them in the ass ...
  16. valent45
    valent45 25 October 2016 08: 03
    +1
    Naglosaksonsky shit! Not human rights defenders, but shit defenders! am
  17. afrikanez
    afrikanez 25 October 2016 08: 14
    0
    "Our poor world" for turning it over like that? The Anglo-Saxons completely lost their "human face", if of course they had one. stop
  18. Iskander Sh
    Iskander Sh 25 October 2016 08: 20
    0
    So many human rights organizations, and human rights have been violated and violated.
  19. rhd
    rhd 25 October 2016 08: 23
    +1
    AND WHERE I ask you was ALL THIS shobla, when did the mattresses go to build democracy, for example, in Iraq? I do not take into account their earlier attempts to bring happiness to the house. Why were they silent then? If they blundered, does there even exist ONE punished? About the victims, I think, WE EVERYTHING heard .... But about the punishment of the guilty (real guilty!) ...- I can’t remember something !!!! This conclusion suggests itself! Or rather, advice ... So far Advice: Don’t say what WE DO, and WE won’t tell you WHERE YOU NEED TO GO ....
  20. Orionvit
    Orionvit 25 October 2016 08: 26
    +1
    When I just hear the word "human rights", I already start to feel sick, and I understand that I will not hear a single word of truth.
  21. vmo
    vmo 25 October 2016 08: 34
    +1
    Who are they? And what moral right is this scum, something that requires. Deal with yours and then try to demand something.
  22. Vlad5307
    Vlad5307 25 October 2016 08: 38
    +2
    “Human rights activists” (including 80 organizations, most of which have offices in Britain, the USA and Canada), in a single rush, demand from Russia and Syria to stop the military operation in the largest Syrian city.

    So it is clear who is for the "moderate rebels" in Syria to respect human rights, chopping off heads and shooting the residents of Aleppo who want to leave it, and who really save the lives of the population by providing corridors to get out of the trap of "moderate rebels" and who do not want to be for them a human shield! This pharisaism of "concerned" organizations is in line with the destruction of international law enshrined by the UN, which is exactly what the actions of the SGA, which has long spit on the UN and its charter, are leading. As the saying goes: "Whoever pays for dinner is the girl who dances." All these organizations regard the observance of human rights as a feeding trough, receiving money from the hands of the administrations of the United Kingdom and the SGA that fed them! angry
  23. JonnyT
    JonnyT 25 October 2016 08: 40
    +4
    as usual, nothing has changed, only we, so far, are weaker than they
  24. AlexTires
    AlexTires 25 October 2016 09: 20
    +3
    I declare the full list (original):
    1. Abrar Halap Association for Relief and Development *
    2. Ahl Horan *
    3. Al Seeraj for Development and Healthcare *
    4. Alkawakibi Organization for Human Rights
    5. Amrha *
    6. Antiwar Committee in Solidarity with the Struggle for Self Determination
    7. Attaa Association *
    8. Attaa for Relief and Development (ARD) *
    9. Balad Syria Organization *
    10. Basmet Amal Charity *
    11. Baytna syria
    12. Bihar Relief Organization *
    13. Bonyan *
    14. CARE International
    15. Council for Arab-British Understanding
    16. Damascene House Foundation for Society Development *
    17. Darfur Bar Association
    18. Deir Elzzor United Association (FURAT) *
    19. Education Without Borders (MIDAD) *
    20. Emaar Al Sham Humanitarian Association * /
    21. Emissa for development
    22. Enjaz Development Foundation *
    23. EuroMed Rights Paris
    24. Fraternity foundation for human rights
    25. Ghiath Matar Foundation *
    26. Ghiras Al Nahda *
    27. Ghiras Foundation for Childcare and Development
    28. Ghiras Syria *
    29. Hand in Hand for Syria
    30. Help 4 Syria *
    31. Hivos people united
    32. Human rights watch
    33. Human Rights First Society
    34. Humanitarian Relief Association (IYD) *
    35. Insan for Psychosocial Support *
    36. International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)
    37. International Humanitarian Relief *
    38. International Supporting Woman Association (ISWA) *
    39. Irtiqaa Foundation *
    40. Just Foreign Policy US
    41. Karam Foundation
    42. Kesh malek
    43. Local Development and Small Projects Support - LDSPS
    44. Maram Foundation for Relief & Development *
    45. Mayday Rescue Foundation
    46. Middle East Desk Broederlijk Delen - Pax Christi
    47. Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights
    48. Mountain Foundation *
    49. Najda Now International *
    50. Nasaem Khair *
    51. Orient for Human Relief *
    52. Pax
    53. Qitaf Al Khair Relief Association *
    54. Refugees international
    55. Rethink Rebuild Society
    56. Saed Charity Association *
    57. Save a Soul *
    58. Sedra Association for Charity *
    59. Shafak organization
    60. Shama Association *
    61. Snabel Al Khyr *
    62. STAND: The Student-Led Movement to End Mass Atrocities
    63. Syria Charity *
    64. Syria Civil Defense - The White Helmets
    65. Syria Relief *
    66. Syria Relief Organization *
    67. Syrian Education Commission (SEC) *
    68. Syrian Engineers For Construction and Development Organization (SECD) *
    69. Syrian Expatriate Medical Association (SEMA) *
    70. Syrian institute for justice
    71. Syrian Medical Mission *
    72. Syrian network for human rights
    73. Syrian Orphans Organization *
    74. Syrians for Truth and Justice - STJ
    75. Takaful Al Sham Charity Organization *
    76. The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information *
    77. The syria campaign
    78. The Violations Documentation Center in Syria (VDC)
    79. The Syrian Establishment for Human Care & Enhancement (MASRRAT) *
    80. Trocaire
    81. Tuba Dernegi *
    82. Unified Revolutionary Medical Bureau in East Gouta *
    83. Union of Syrians Abroad *
    84. Vision GRAM International
    85. White Hands - Beyazeller *
    86. Women Now for Development
    The vast majority of them currently operate very far from Syrian territory
  25. Elevator in the building
    Elevator in the building 25 October 2016 09: 23
    0
    Quote: demiurg
    (as such - 80 organizations, most of which have offices in Britain, the USA and Canada)

    Who are all these people?

    are people ..? inferior demons and hell, they sell their souls (and strangers) early and cheaply ..
  26. aszzz888
    aszzz888 25 October 2016 09: 24
    0
    No wonder if these "defenders of the people" vote Yes. And they won't look at the Belgians, the Merikatos, the Saudis ... It's just that these "human rights activists" will vote stupidly and that's it.
  27. basil200
    basil200 25 October 2016 09: 49
    0
    Something similar to the exclusion of the USSR from the League of Nations. Or something about the Geneva Convention.
  28. Chaos
    Chaos 25 October 2016 09: 50
    0
    Everything goes to war. Must stew and buckwheat hammer cellar.
  29. cannabis
    cannabis 25 October 2016 10: 21
    0
    Human rights have ceased to exist since the time when "roofs" in the form of the State began to be built over peoples. Engels once said that a person is free from society only in two cases - when he is sleeping and when he has sexual intercourse. So all this ringing and whistling about human rights.
  30. Kent0001
    Kent0001 25 October 2016 10: 29
    0
    Honestly, this yapping of corrupt idiots is already tired. I want to tell them with the words of the guide in the museum from the clip of the Cord ... and implement my line further.
  31. unsinkable
    unsinkable 25 October 2016 10: 52
    0
    The inhabitant in the west, the USA, Canada and other vassals of the Americans see and hear only distorted information about Russia thanks to similar sharashka bought on the root. The dog barks, the caravan goes on. But still I think that Russia needs to increase the flow of OUR information to the west.
    1. pts-m
      pts-m 25 October 2016 14: 43
      0
      As television shows, it’s easy for a foreign citizen to pop off the screens about Russia. Few of them imagine where this Russia is.
  32. Stariknv
    Stariknv 25 October 2016 11: 21
    0
    First of all, yes, to exclude those who insect violates human rights, these are countries like the USA and members of NATO and a number of other countries.
  33. trantor
    trantor 25 October 2016 11: 29
    0
    then the claims of the same HRW to Russia look like a farce at all

    And I consider farce to respond to this in our (I emphasize - ours, aimed at Russia) media. Yes, I'm sorry, we ... shit.

    NB They will soon demand that we be excluded from the list of people - will we prove that this is not so?
  34. vladimirw
    vladimirw 25 October 2016 12: 36
    0
    We are actively squeezed out of all international organizations, make the country an outcast. This is all the processing of public opinion before military provocations.
    1. mr.redpartizan
      mr.redpartizan 25 October 2016 17: 20
      0
      Why does Russia need these UN, PACE, ECHR, OSCE? They constantly pour mud on our country, its president and the entire Russian people. They want to be excluded from international structures - even if they do, they call us an "evil empire" - let it be an "evil empire"; they want to fight - let them learn to catch rats and use a Geiger counter.
  35. sl3
    sl3 25 October 2016 12: 46
    0
    And why did these Sh.a.v.k.i not yapping when the p.i.nd.so.sy began to bomb the cities and kill civilians.
  36. prior
    prior 25 October 2016 14: 29
    0
    Apparently, you have to storm Washington and transform the USA
    in the USA (Soviet United States of America).
    Well, of course, the new UN, UNESCO, WADA and other small fry ...

    The experience of the Tatar-Mongols, Napoleon and Hitler did not teach them anything.
  37. pts-m
    pts-m 25 October 2016 14: 39
    0
    Russia is not that “woman” who will abandon seven dogs. You bark, and the Russian government has to think about it ... is it worth it to participate in all kinds of dubious, buggy scumbags like the one who writes all kinds of libel for the sake of pendosia.
  38. Starik72
    Starik72 25 October 2016 16: 01
    +2
    Who screams the loudest than the thief, THE THIEF !!! So in this case with human rights.
  39. bald
    bald 25 October 2016 16: 37
    0
    It is necessary to remember very well and in no case to forgive Human Rights Watch and similar organizations. They should be, to put it mildly, thoroughly punished, in all available ways. They must be destroyed.
  40. Natalia777
    Natalia777 25 October 2016 17: 00
    +1
    All of these human rights organizations receive funding from the United States or the neo-bankers who manage the US State Department. Therefore, their statements must be considered as a wish of the Western world behind the scenes. And accordingly - do not attach importance and never mind.
  41. ochakow703
    ochakow703 25 October 2016 17: 29
    0
    Or maybe these "human rights activists" should be sent to Aleppo? Let them bring real benefits to people, stand up as a living corridor and protect the city's residents from the bullets of terrorists. And from a warm sofa everyone can chat about "violations of human rights by Russia." Only now they won't go, and they won't stop squealing, so - "Our business is just. The enemy will be defeated. Victory will be ours!"
  42. bsk_mna54
    bsk_mna54 25 October 2016 18: 27
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    The Anglo-Saxons, as always, are at the forefront of the struggle: we will bomb, we will write everything to Russia. How much longer will this rope curl? Eternal robbers, scum with his queen, who is not worth a penny with his policy of violence against people. Is she a queen?
  43. Bogdan Muravyov
    Bogdan Muravyov 25 October 2016 19: 33
    +1
    Uuhh ... I have long dreamed of speaking out ... I wonder if anyone will notice my comment? Maybe I was too fixated on the maratorium on the NC, but we introduced it just to get into this HRC, such as democracy, such as a person-state dispute, but (I understand, everything in life is complicated) the decisions of this HRC are very often not in our favor , so why endure an unfair trial and feed the "death row"? Let them themselves remove us from the HRC and we will abolish the maratorium, and the relatives of the victims of these "living dead" will be able to say that there is at least some kind of justice ...
  44. Bogdan Muravyov
    Bogdan Muravyov 25 October 2016 19: 48
    +1
    Moreover, probably everyone will agree that the UN is already an empty zilch because nobody listens to it, although such an organization is needed ... the USA does what they want, we do what we have to, and the UN can only nervously smoke aside ...
  45. razved
    razved 25 October 2016 20: 58
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    Let's see who listens to them.
  46. sharp-lad
    sharp-lad 25 October 2016 22: 57
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    And what, amers have already been expelled ?!
  47. sharp-lad
    sharp-lad 25 October 2016 23: 01
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    "Shshakaly", no offense to the animals was said!
  48. Alexander Abdrakhmanov
    Alexander Abdrakhmanov 26 October 2016 05: 14
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    Frank tyrants - Russia will set conditions on the violation of human rights. Oozing from the shelters themselves for decades - the United States is in first place for crimes in the world, and their allies are no worse. They all have peaceful bombs - they are thus obtained in countries around the world. When civilians flee from there, silence begins. Who writes about Russia this nonsense, all paid and pocketed by the Americans. No need to be surprised - the criminal will always fight back and hide his crimes. Who condemned America - about the Phosphorus bombs bombs, in Ukraine against its people. They hid all these crimes in Europe. And to hell with them - when Russia is strong, they immediately begin to hysteria. To be afraid - what kind of crimes these countries can get on their heads. It’s necessary to find a way - in order to remove Russia from everything, so that it doesn’t interfere, to make its own judgment on innocents. The European corrupt officials - in their rotten ship appeared a big leak. They are beginning to shake from impotence, they begin to pour dirt on us. Russophobia is their last weapon - how can they answer. There is nothing to watch when they go to the bottom. They are rowing with all their might, the boat sank to the bottom and does not want to sail to the shore.