Now here’s a point you might deeply consider: The neologism “Islamophobia” did not simply emergeÂ exÂ nihilo. It was invented, deliberately, by a Muslim Brotherhood front organization, the International Institute for Islamic Thought, which is based in Northern Virginia.
Amnesia Intentional has been underwandered by Muselmaniacs and leftist loons. Their original, noble purpose has turned into mere Soul Alinsky type of agit prop and grievance huckstering against western governments and corporations.
We could give you a hundred reason to stop supporting this derailed, greedy mob of self-serving loons, but for now I’ll just post their latest solicitation letter, targeting SHELL, one of the Netherlands largest companies.
The hucksters from Amnesia have no problem with Â Â African Jihadists’ Grand Ambitions and Â they certainly won’t get any money out of them; neither do they have a problem Â withÂ Boko Haram (who) Wants to Put Nigeria Under Islamic Law. No, they seek to extort money from Shell, as you can see here:
1. Shell and other oil companies are abusing the human rights of hundreds of thousands of people in Nigeria
Energy companies have been extracting oil from the Niger Delta, a resource-rich area in southern Nigeria, for decades. Oil spills, dumping, and gas flaring by companies like Shell Oil have devastated the region – destroying the livelihoods of residents, reducing access to clean water and food, and causing health problems.
2. Shell has squandered multiple opportunities to clean up its act
Shell, which reported profits of $7.2 billion for July-September 2011, initially offered just a few thousand dollars and 50 bags of rice, beans, sugar and tomatoes as relief for the disaster. A recent UN report makes it clear that Shell is failing to adequately clean up the devastation and pollution its operations have caused.
3. Amnesty is working to defend the human rights of the people in the Niger Delta
Amnesty International has spent years gathering irrefutable evidence, through efforts like geospatial technology and extensive local interviews, to get an accurate picture of the human rights abuses occurring in the Niger Delta. We have urged the Nigerian government to enforce and strengthen existing regulation. And now, we are demanding that Shell establish a $1 billion cleanup fund to help restore the Niger Delta. We will continue this work until Shell takes real action.
Have you ever heard them say a word about Â jihadists who terrorize the country for decades?