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Re: Human Rights Foundation

Postby jamescfm » Wed Nov 14, 2018 10:57 am

Zeltser condemns "Revolutionary Tribunals" in Barmenistan

Secretary-General of the Human Rights Foundation Stefan Zeltser has spoken out to condemn the so-called "Popular Revolutionary Tribunals" orchestrated by the Barmenistani government. While detailed information is lacking due to the lack of independent reporting on the ground in Barmenistan, some sources identify the number of people killed for being labelled as "counterrevolutionaries, traitors or saboteurs" as being over 40,000. At present, the HRF are working alongside local groups, primarily Barmenistani Lawyers for Human Rights, to attempt to better understand the scale of the atrocities being perpetrated.

In his statement to journalists, Zeltser urged foreign governments to take immediate action against the Barmenistani Social Nationalist Party through economic and, if necessary, military means. He said; "Now is a time when governments in Majatra and across the rest of the globe must stand up for their values and make clear that mass slaughter of innocent civilians, especially when it is utilised as a means to silence criticism and eliminate opposition, is a crime which cannot go unpunished. Major economies must cease trading with Barmenistan, diplomats should be recalled and if it is necessary then military force must be considered to bring an end to these crimes against humanity".
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Re: Human Rights Foundation

Postby jamescfm » Sun Nov 25, 2018 10:37 pm

McCaskey: "Utari Government Poised to Commit Genocide"

Eliza McCaskey, the Secretary-General of the Human Rights Foundation has made an urgent appeal to highlight the new "racial hierarchy" system of economic division currently being implemented in Utari Mosir. Commonly referred to as Unterbergerism, the theory suggests that the two largest ethnic groups in the country, Hulstrians and Utari people, have a particular role to fulfil in the economy and that those outside of this binary division are to be sent to specially constructed "training camps" to try and determine where they fit within society.

McCaskey has suggested that the division, aside from being abhorrent and racist, is a precursor to the genocide of minorities in the country and has called on governments to place immediate pressure on the Utari government through economic sanctions and diplomatic threats. She implied that the actions of President Unterberger were part of a wider trend in Dovani towards more authoritarian governments, providing recent developments in Suyu Llaqta as a further example.
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