Sunday, October 16, 2011

Human rights watchdog calls on Canada to arrest former U.S. president

Is this really a strong enough case to detain former President Bush?

Very interesting point:
"Amnesty International cherry picks cases to publicize based on ideology. This kind of stunt helps explain why so many respected human rights advocates have abandoned Amnesty International," Kenney said in a statement.


2 comments:

hotpinknails said...

It might not be a strong enough case, but public officials, regardless of the office they hold are not exempt from the law. Sure, nothing will come of it, but I'm glad that attention was brought to it. If human rights are violated, then they should be addressed.

HumanRightsAdvocate23 said...

@ Hotpinknails - if nothing will come of it - then what is the point?