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"Trusted Messengers" and "Humanitarian Groups" Target Russia and China, Endorse

• http://www.globalresearch.ca, by Richard Nogueira
 
Recently “humanitarian” groups such as Amnesty International and Avaaz have been targeting Russia (and China to a lesser extent) in relation to the current Syrian conflict.
 
The stance does not make much sense in relation to the general missions of these “humanitarian” groups.
 
A.I., a long standing effective and trusted player, is seen worldwide as an agency of impeccable credentials on human rights.
 
From seemingly nowhere (?) Avaaz has exploded onto the world-political-activist scene with enormous success (including membership enrollments involving millions of weekly outreach communications).
 
I described this activity as the state of being “infiltrated with the agenda of Empire” in a previous e-mail.
It is an extremely effective form of propaganda – these are deeply trusted messengers.
 
The entire effect is similar to how “P”BS is being used to prop up “commercial” network personalities (and mainstream/corp. media agendas), especially in affiliate with CBS and NBC/MSNBC).
 

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