Needless to mention that Hina Shamsi is also a “UN advisor”
(and we all know that the UN is controlled by the OIC and the Muslim Brotherhood)
ComÂplete video at: fora.â€‹tv Hina ShamÂsi, a seÂnior UN adÂviÂsor on exÂtraÂjuÂdiÂcial exÂeÂcuÂtions, disÂcussÂes the esÂcaÂlaÂtion of US drone atÂtacks in PakÂistan from 2008 to preÂsent day.
More below the fold.
Judge, Justice & Executioner:
â€¢ Secret “nominations” process
â€¢ Obama insists on approving every name
â€¢ His evolving philosophy
â€¢ The willingness to stretch legal precedent to justify his actions
Â Obama’s targeted killings brings Â yuman rites shysters out in droves:
- Massimino Questions Legality of Obama’s Targeted Killing Strategy
- Why Obama’s ‘targeted killing’ is worse than Bush’s torture/ Guardian
- Â The NYT worries about the Â “just trust me” approach to targeted killingsÂ
Judge, Justice & Executioner
Sheik yer’mami sees a big problem with Islamic agit-props like Hina Shamsi acting as moral guardians.America is Â being undermined on every level: Infiltration and subversion on an unprecedented scale:
Some of Hina Shamsi’s ‘advice:
- DHS Should Focus on Criminal Activity, Not Beliefs
- The Legacy of 9/11: Endless War Without OversightÂ (no Â projection to see here …)
- High-Stakes Absurdity in GuantÃ¡namoÂ (Gitmo & ‘Abu Ghraib’, a mohammedan obsession)
10 Reasons to Abolish the UN
Continued: Shamsi, senior UN advisor:
She also adÂdressÂes the disÂputÂed numÂber of civilÂian caÂsuÂalÂties from the atÂtacks. “It’s inÂdisÂputable that these causalÂiÂties have deeply negÂaÂtive conÂseÂquences for US polÂiÂcy in PakÂistan,” she says. —– This panel will exÂplore the deep and perÂsisÂtent chalÂlenges facÂing NATO and AmerÂiÂcan forces opÂerÂatÂing in Afghanistan and PakÂistan, genÂerÂatÂing inÂsights into the caÂpacÂiÂty of inÂterÂnaÂtionÂal huÂmanÂiÂtarÂiÂan law to limit sufÂferÂing in counÂterinÂsurÂgenÂcy warÂfare and the exÂtent to which forces are, in fact, meetÂing their obliÂgaÂtions under the law. ModÂerÂaÂtor: Mary Ellen O’ConÂnell, UniÂverÂsiÂty of Notre Dame Law School PanÂelists: Paul PilÂlar, CenÂter for Peace and SeÂcuÂriÂty StudÂies, GeorgeÂtown UniÂverÂsiÂty John RadÂsan, William Mitchell ColÂlege of Law Hina ShamÂsi, New York UniÂverÂsiÂty School of Law Ganesh SitaraÂman, HarÂvard Law School Ms. Hina ShamÂsi is SeÂnior AdÂviÂsor to the UN SpeÂcial RapÂporÂteur on ExÂtraÂjuÂdiÂcial ExÂeÂcuÂtions at NYU School of Law. PreÂviÂousÂly,Â Ms. ShamÂsi was a Staff AtÂtorÂney with the NaÂtionÂal SeÂcuÂriÂty ProÂject, AmerÂiÂcan Civil LibÂerÂties Union NaÂtionÂal OfÂfice.