Sunday, February 21, 2010

Salman Rushdie Slams Amnesty

Most on the right have long been aware that Amnesty International has little credibility, and has allowed itself to be used as a useful idiot front organization for terrorists. But now even some on the left are catching on. Recently, Gita Sahgal, a high official of Amnesty itself, criticized her own organization for its collaboration with an Islamist former Guantanamo prisoner.  Today, Salman Rushdie, who was once defended by Amnesty, has spoken out.
["It looks very much as if Amnesty's leadership is suffering from a kind of moral bankruptcy and has lost the ability to distinguish right from wrong,"
It's looked that way for quite some time. But it's good to see that awareness is rising across the political spectrum.

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