Torchure

Written By: - Date published: 4:34 pm, May 6th, 2008 - 9 comments
Categories: International, interweb, youtube - Tags: , , ,

Amnesty UK has just released the first of four animations intended to highlight human rights abuses in China during the lead-up to the Olympic Games.

9 comments on “Torchure”

  1. Yep – torture is nasty. But the US does it all over the world. Where are the clever cartoons about that?

  2. Hooray! My gravatar`works! Goya – what else would suit eh? Oh and r0b? The issue I have is that I ain’t seen them on this site…

  3. r0b 5

    It’s true they haven’t covered that particular issue, but I don’t think you could say they’ve given America an easy ride in general.

    Goya – what else would suit eh

    Nice! I went with Rubin’s vase.

  4. outofbed 6

    ?

  5. outofbed 7

    test again

  6. outofbed 8

    night

  7. Tane 9

    The issue I have is that I ain’t seen them on this site

    Perhaps you should look harder Sod.

    Jon Stewart on torture

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