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22 December, 2009

The Contradictory endorsements for the Noble Prize and the rejection of a heroe of the Human Rights

The Contradictory endorsements for the Noble Prize and the rejection of a heroe of the Human Rights. Share Posted Apr 2, 2009 by ■ PEDRO MARTORI in Politics http://www.digitaljournal.com/blog/2467 Add Image» The Contradictory endorsements for the Noble Prize and the rejection of a heroe of the Human Rights I have found it indignant and appalling that the majority of the people in this world turn their backs on the Dalai Lama and the plight of the Tibetan people. The same as it is happening to the Christians in the Sudan region of Dar fur. Genocides are happening in the eyes of the world nations, yet little or nothing is done , neither the voices are raising their disapproval of the bloody ones that are the first responsible for all these tragedies and ethnically or religious genocides. Right now another crime is being perpetrated against the women of Afghanistan , where a new "law" is being adopted to discriminate against the women.the said "Law" is a reminiscence of the mentality prevailing there, where a woman worth LESS than horse or a dog.The said "law" would give the right to the "husbands" to RAPE THEIR " WIVES" It is more than outraging,,degrading to all humans in the world to not condemn , disapprove and denounce that discriminatory "law" against the women of Afghanistan. This is the same pattern observed in the cases of the dictatorial regimes such as those in Cuba, Zimbabwe, Sudan etc. and the collusion among dozens of other nations in the United Nations and orgs. such as the NOBEL PRIZE org. TO COVER UP, and close their eyes or worse, support regimes such as the ones above mentioned. We do not need more of these things when the entire world is at the brink of a dangerous social explosion due to hunger, the repression, the direst Economic troubles that most nations are going through right at this same moment. http://www.digitaljournal.com/blog/2467 Peter Martori

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