15 thoughts on “Bahrain arrest of human rights activist, oppression of workers

  1. A paradox as to why Britain supplies so many arms to repressive regimes throughout the world, it is likely if the general population of Britain, were to vote on supplies of arms and the promotion as such, endorsed by the public would be surprising if this program continued, the question is if the general public would not want this, as a democratic issue, why would this policy be continued? it can only be the government are not accountable to the public but accountable to a minority group that are neither voted for, nor are known to the public as to who they are? The fact is behind the questionable rhetoric of Cameron, is the hidden truth that no one other than the few know.

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