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Guerrero: SCJN decision in case of Inés and Valentina "far from the heights" of the SCJN's resolution on the Rosendo Radilla case (2010)

Inés Fernández and Valentina Rosendo (@Amnesty International)

The Tlachinollan Center for Human Rights, which has provided legal counsel for Inés Fernández and Valentina Rosendo, indigenous women who were raped by soldiers in Guerrero in 2002, expressed in a press-release that the Supreme Court for Justice in the Nation (SCJN) has lost all possibility of contributing to the advance of the human rights of indigenous women.   361 more words

Human Rights

Globalization as a justification for domination?

The events unfolded at the 3rd summit of the Americas is more reminiscent of a war zone, rather than the intended peaceful protests. In a lot of instances, transgressive actions were mistaken for provocative actions, leading police to deploy repressive and dominating tactics using less than lethal force, such as tear gas, rubber bullets, pepper sprays, along with others. 825 more words

Critical Analysis

Armed Forces Biffers? Well -at least the banner's real!

Britain First has just bought a new banner. They had to – Antifa stole their last one from the brave Steve Lewis in Trafalgar Square (which was funny). 380 more words

Britain First

First Draft is Done

And, after 4,633 words worth of key-pounding today, I brought the first draft to a close.  It’s slightly longer than Alone and Unafraid, before editing, and my books tend to get slightly longer as editing goes on. 142 more words

American Praetorians

Crucifixion: Its Not Ancient History Anymore

ISIS has revived the barbaric practice. The time to stop both of them is now

Derby Murdock writes: From Easter services to cablecasts of Bill O’Reilly’s… 679 more words

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