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When They are not Taking Tea, The Britons can Lazily Talk About Basic Freedoms

I cannot agree more that when the British are not taking tea, they can lazily talk about basic freedoms and human rights and why again did their elected leaders grow so furious about Maina Kiai's genuine assessment of the state of respect for basic freedoms? I mean from those insults; these guys took it so personal. But ironically it is their government that invited Mr. Kiai in his capacity as United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association. But oh, it was meant for PR purposes probably the Kenyan activist failed to grease the dusty poor record of respect for basic freedoms by the Britons.
When They are not Taking Tea, The Britons can Lazily Talk About Basic Freedoms When They are not Taking Tea, The Britons can Lazily Talk About Basic Freedoms Reviewed by Ibrahim Magara on May 06, 2016 Rating: 5

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