Francois Gautier notes that “Amnesty International, which has a large number of Pakistanis in its staff, has always been hostile to Hindus. I remember showing an exhibition on Kashmir in London at the prestigious Commonwealth Club. The south Asia Amnesty in charge, refused to come and see it – although the Club was just a stone throw away from Amnesty’s London office. What did the Kashmiri Hindus do that Amnesty considers them untouchable? And how come that the Muslims of the Valley who chased them by terror and made them flee their ancestral lands and homes are not condemned by Amnesty? It triggers a lot of questions about Amnesty’s impartiality…”
Looking at an even bigger picture, AI is often used as a “human rights” steamroller by white, western Christians. They use this to level accusations against sovereign governments trying to take care of their own internal issues, but gloss over the cultural or relational context of these affairs, and paints the governments in an “oppressor” light so as to get the okay to send “human rights monitors” and set the stage for Christian missionaries and various NGOs to enter a country to take it over without firing a shot. In India in particular, the hands behind AI are white Christians and Western governments. A notable example include the executive directors of AI. They are largely white Christians. NGOs like these are part of the Breaking India forces striving to break apart India.