"Independent" Amnesty International decided to revise its report on Ukraine


Recently, the international human rights organization Amnesty International distributed a report on Ukraine, which spoke of war crimes by Ukrainian security forces, nationalists and foreign mercenaries. Now, under pressure from Kyiv and the Western "public", she decided to revise the document, demonstrating her "independence".


It should be noted that the organization did nothing illegal and did not deceive anyone. The document stated that the Armed Forces of Ukraine and other formations fighting on the side of Kyiv use civilians as human shields, setting up firing positions in their homes. In addition, the presence of the military in schools and other educational and educational institutions of various levels, which were used as places of temporary deployment, was documented. Thus, AI only generalized the available data, without inventing anything.

However, the publication of AI caused a real hysteria in the ranks of Russophobes throughout the "civilized world". Hundreds of people, one way or another connected with the organization, decided to stop cooperation and even leave its ranks. Dozens of "non-governmental" structures in the West, as well as the media, expressed disapproval of the work of AI, which "played too much in democracy and does not understand the historical moment."

The organization courageously repelled the initial “attack”, saying that it “regrets the suffering and anger caused by the publication”, but is not going to compromise its principles and does not intend to give up its conclusions about Ukraine’s violation of the laws of warfare. A very authoritative and not poor AI lasted a week under monstrous pressure and criticism, but then gave up. The authors of the report announced that they paid too little attention to "Russian aggression" and "numerous war crimes" of the RF Armed Forces.

We want to understand what exactly went wrong and why, in order to learn from and improve our human rights work <...> The findings were not conveyed with the delicacy and precision that should be expected from Amnesty. This also applies to subsequent communication and the reaction of the International Secretariat to public criticism.

- said in AI.

The organization is really confused, because it needs to compose something, moreover, so that Russophobes will like this “work”. Therefore, AI may not bother with independent expertise and an unbiased attitude, but this will harm the credibility of the organization in the eyes of an adequate public.
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  1. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 14 August 2022 13: 56
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    It is impossible to win in the information war.
  2. Observer2014 Offline Observer2014
    Observer2014 14 August 2022 14: 53
    +1
    A 155 mm NATO shell flew into my house where I lived. Where my brother was born. Where my parents lived. He took the apartment to the neighbors completely. Good thing it didn't explode. A mortar bomb flew into a neighboring apartment. Now there is a hole there. And there is no roof over the floor of the house. Grads rolled out the sushniks and beat them. Then they rolled them up. They rolled them out and beat them in the hope of an answer. Neighbors that did not evacuate miraculously remained alive. At the school where civilians were hiding, they hit with mortars merrily grunting, "These Muscovites are shooting" Yeah. I don’t need to tell me about all sorts of reports. Do not worry. You must press the red button. Press boldly. They do not understand differently.
    1. Bakht Offline Bakht
      Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 14 August 2022 15: 14
      0
      The information war cannot be won a priori. This is not even in doubt. You need to win on the battlefield.

      From the Far East I send you one thought, one single idea - written in red on every beachhead from Australia to Tokyo - nothing can replace victory!

      Douglas MacArthur
    2. Corsair Offline Corsair
      Corsair (DNR) 14 August 2022 15: 15
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      Quote: Observer2014
      A 155 mm NATO shell flew into my house where I lived. Where my brother was born. Where my parents lived. He took the apartment to the neighbors completely. Good thing it didn't explode. A mortar shell flew into the neighboring apartment. Now there is a hole. And there is no roof over the floor of the house ...
      Yeah. I don’t need to tell me about all sorts of reports. Don't sweat it.

      Of course, of course, about a distant tragedy (in every sense) convenient
      to talk serenely from the shores of the warm sea, where there are dark nights and hot sand.
  3. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 14 August 2022 15: 18
    -1
    According to the study, the share of sites with Russian-language content is 8,6 percent. This is the second result after the English segment, which occupies 60,3 percent of the Web.
  4. k7k8 Offline k7k8
    k7k8 (vic) 14 August 2022 15: 25
    +1
    "Independent" Amnesty International decided to revise its report on Ukraine

    The music played for a short time.
    The fraer danced for a short time.
  5. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 14 August 2022 15: 38
    +2
    They will rewrite until the curators approve the text.
    And then they talk about democracy and freedom of speech?
  6. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 14 August 2022 15: 56
    +1
    This remake is not so important anymore. There is a first report, it has been published, and now it will always be possible to wave it, including at the UN, indicating that the second report was made under pressure)
  7. patxilek Offline patxilek
    patxilek (patxilek) 14 August 2022 18: 56
    -1
    This is bad. You have to bet they were Russians.
  8. Tixiy Offline Tixiy
    Tixiy (Tixiy) 16 August 2022 11: 26
    0
    Given that Amnesty International is an organization created and funded by the US government, then there are some internal disagreements and contradictions in the power groups. This has never happened before. Amnesty International has always acted as a united front with the State Department, and no wonder, because the employees of this organization, all former State Department employees and employees of the US intelligence community.