U.S. and British policies like apartheid-era government: Tutu


By Wendell Roelf

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Archbishop Desmond Tutu accused the United States and Britain on Monday of pursuing policies like those of South Africa’s apartheid-era government by detaining terrorism suspects without trial.

At an event to commemorate the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNDR), the Nobel laureate said the detention of suspected al Qaeda and Taliban members at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was a “huge blot on a democracy”.

“Whoever imagined that you would hear from the United States and from Britain the same arguments for detention without trial that were used by the apartheid government,” Tutu told a news conference in Cape Town.

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Reuters via Breitbart

3 Responses to “U.S. and British policies like apartheid-era government: Tutu”

  1. tizona Says:

    “huge blot on a democracy”.

    So was 9/11, you TWIT! Not to mention terrorist activty, going back to the 1970’s.

    So ummm, TuTu (you do know what a TuTu is don’t you, in addition to this, mate…According to Samoan myth, the first man on the island of Tutuila. ) what are your views on Israel?

  2. mojo Says:

    He’s complaining about a “huge blot on a democracy” – from CAPE TOWN?

    The man is completely irony-proof.

  3. tizona Says:


    Seems as though he may BE…ummm, sharp pointy things-proof, too.

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