American Gov’t, NGOs Fuel And Fund Hong Kong Anti-Extradition Protests

By Alexander Rubinstein, Mintpressnews.com -

HONG KONG — Protesters in Hong Kong attempted to storm the parliament on Tuesday in opposition to an amendment to the autonomous territory’s extradition law with mainland China. The protest’s [...]

NGOs Blast US For Undermining Criminal Court

By Thalif Deen, Ipsnews.net -

UNITED NATIONS, Apr 8 2019 (IPS) - As it paves a destructive path against international institutions and multilateralism, the Trump administration is slowly but steadily undermining the United [...]

The Misleading Role Of Human Rights NGOs In International Politics

By Jonathan Sigrist, Globalresearch.ca -

When the media reports on events happening in countries other than their own, the nature of the information they rely on tends to be very different than they otherwise would use when reporting [...]

The Misleading Role Of Human Rights NGOs In International Politics

By Jonathan Sigrist, Globalresearch.ca -

When the media reports on events happening in countries other than their own, the nature of the information they rely on tends to be very different than they otherwise would use when reporting [...]

How Washington And Soft Power NGOs Manipulated Nicaragua’s Death Toll To Drive Regime Change And Sanctions

By Max Blumenthal, Grayzoneproject.com -

A detailed study of the death toll that has been recorded in Nicaragua since a violent campaign to remove President Daniel Ortega and his Sandinista government shows that at least as many [...]

NGO Crimes Go Far Beyond Oxfam

By Cristel Amiss, Andaiye, Margaret Busby, Sara Callaway, Luke Daniels, Jocelyn Dow, Selma James, Pierre Labossiere, Emma Lewis, Dr Altheia Le Cointe, Eddie LeCointe, Nina Lopez, Ian Macdonald QC, Rose Okello, Margaret Prescod, Lawrence Renee, Sidney Ross-Risden, Becky Titah, Sam Karl Weinstein, and Nichola Markus, Theguardian.com -

In 2008 some of us had written to Barbara Stocking, then Oxfam chief executive, objecting to a report that it sponsored, Rule of Rapists in Haiti, which labelled Haitians as rapists while hiding [...]

London NGOs Help Authorities Detain, Deport Homeless Migrants

By Staff, www.telesurtv.net -

By Staff of Tele Sur - The war on the homeless has turned into a war on migrants and non-profits are readily offering their services. London nonprofits are collaborating with immigration [...]

Exxon Adviser Resigns Over Oil Giant’s ‘Targeted Attacks’ On NGOs

By Chris D’Angelo, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Chris D’Angelo for The Huffington Post - A research scholar at New York University has resigned from Exxon Mobil Corp.’s External Citizenship Advisory Panel, citing what she calls the oil [...]

Just How Grey Are The White Helmets And Their Backers?

By Jan Oberg, www.blog.transnational.org -

By Jan Oberg for TFF - While thousands of humanitarian organisations around the world are struggling fiercely with diminishing support from governments and the public, one has achieved a [...]

When Humanitarianism Became Imperialism

By Gregory Afinogenov, www.jacobinmag.com -

By Gregory Afinogenov for Jacobin - In 1980s Afghanistan, two world powers converged on each other, obliterating the national borders that stood in their way. The first was the Soviet state, bent [...]

Aid-Money Laundering As An NGO Racket. Haiti

By Dady Chery, www.globalresearch.ca -

By Dady Chery for Center for Research and Globalization - Rafael Blasco, one of Spain’s longest-lived and most indestructible politicians, became the first person to serve time for stealing [...]

Amnesty International Is US State Department Propaganda

By Tony Cartalucci, www.globalresearch.ca -

By Tony Cartalucci for Global Research - Mistakenly considered by many as the final word on human rights worldwide, it might surprise people to know that Amnesty International is in fact one of [...]

National Endowment For Democracy Manufactures Change Around World

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By Derek Royden, www.nationofchange.org -

By Derek Royden for Nation of Change - When we think about non governmental organizations we tend to focus on heroic groups like Doctors Without Borders, whose members travel into war zones [...]

How The NED Manufactures Regime Change Around The World

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Derek Royden, www.nationofchange.org -

Derek Royden for Nation of Change - When we think about non governmental organizations we tend to focus on heroic groups like Doctors Without Borders, whose members travel into war zones treating [...]

Populist Except For Pentagon

By David Swanson, www.davidswanson.org -

Katrina vanden Heuvel says there's an emerging populist agenda. Of course populist agendas tend to emerge in times of demobilization for election distraction -- that is to say, in moments when [...]

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