Aug 5, 2022 • 2M

Amnesty International is Guilty. Episode Four of Sarah Ashton-Cirillo's Trans at the Front Podcast

Covering up for the Russian war criminals is just the latest heinous act by an anti-semitic organization with a long history of embracing terrorists and engaging in racist actions.

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This is Sarah Ashton Cirillo, in Kharkiv Ukraine, it’s August 5th, 2022, and I’d like to welcome you to the fourth episode of Trans at the Front, a podcast direct from the frontlines of Ukraine’s battle for liberty, and America’s fight for democracy. 

Amnesty International is a dirty organization, one that has now endangered the life of every Ukrainian, while parroting the talking points of the terrorist regime from Moscow

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Much has already been discussed regarding the treacherous actions of Amnesty and the colonial attitude of its Secretary General Agnes Callamard, however, less has been discussed about the long and sordid history of the group, one that included waffling about the status of the Russian imperialist Alexei Navalny, while making the claim that they could recognize Russian propaganda. 

Furthermore, high-ranking members of the group have consorted with Muslim terror organizations, while its current leader Calllamard has tweeted anti-semitic comments and the US director stated Israel shouldn’t exist.

Investigations have also uncovered an organizational culture where the casual use of racism was treated as a matter of normal discourse, and a payout was made in at least one case of bullying that led to a staffer’s suicide. 

What does this mean?

It means Amnesty International represents a world view that is at odds with the civilized, forward-facing, liberal democracy that is Ukraine.

It means Amnesty International represents a world view that endorses and engages in acts of tyranny, repression, and colonialism.

It means Amnesty International is morally bankrupt, ethically hollow, complacent in the deaths of Ukrainian civilians, and ultimately must be held responsible for its decision to cover up the genocidal war crimes of the Russian Federation.

Amnesty International is guilty.

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