HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH. IT’S THAT SOROS AGAIN.
So who are Human Rights Watch?
HRW relies on George Soros for finance. It was Soros who financed Saakashvili into power in Georgia in the first place.
Previous analyses of HRW committee members by Paul Treanor shows that a significant number of the committee were members of the CFR, and/or held positions in the US Government or ‘independent’ think tanks. Treanor identifies those committee members who he believes are legitimate, and those with questionable human rights concerns.
The current Chair of HRW is Jane Olson, who Treanor believes is a genuine human rights campaigner. The three current Vice-Chairs are Bruce J. Klatsky, Sid Sheinberg and John J. Studzinski.
Klatsky, while CEO of Phillips-Van Heusen (PVH) Corp, was awarded The Golden Rat award by the Global Sweatshop Coalition for PVH’s anti-union activities.
Sheinberg is a member of the board of the American Jewish Committee, established by Russian revolution financier Jacob Schiff in order to promote Israel ((and all its love for Palestinians and human rights abuses?)), and which also attacks Jewish anti-Zionist authors.
Studzinski is a CBE, awarded for work for the arts, and is currently Senior Managing Director and global head of the Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions Advisory group of The Blackstone Group, a hedge fund advisory corporation which has not only Jacob Wallenberg on its International Advisory Board, but somebody called Lord Jacob Rothschild! Before moving to Blackstone, Studzinski ran HSBC, and before that Morgan Stanley, both banks with questionable human rights concerns.
These are not what I would imagine to be bona fide human rights campaigners.
Nor is Shelley Rubin, currently Chairman of the Jewish Defense League, which is rabidly pro-Zionist and believes that Jews should not marry non-Jews. The JDL has been identified as a former terrorist organization which, the JDL now claims, has since renounced the use of violence as a political tool.
No doubt there are genuine human rights campaigners on the committee of HRW, but the independence and management of HRW should be questioned.