…..really shallow.

Kim Karda$hian visits Bahrain. Pours milkshakes. Enjoys scenery. Promotes tourism. No problems there then?

RYOT NOTE: With great power, comes great responsibility. That’s what people like Kim Kardashian sometimes don’t understand. Something as seemingly innocent as a tweet can actually help perpetuate human rights atrocities. In addition to investigative journalists like Amber, the world needs organizations to help keep people informed about atrocities all over the world. Human Rights Watch is one of the best. They’ve extensively documented the human rights abuses in Bahrain and are urging the world to take action. You can support their work by donating today, or by sharing this story.



John MacPherson was born in the Scottish Highlands. He trained as a welder in the Glasgow shipyards, before completing an apprenticeship as a carpenter, and then qualified as a Social Worker in Disability Services. Along the way he has cooked on canal barges, trained as an Alpine Ski Leader & worked as Disabled Ski Instructor, canoe instructor and stained glass design tutor. He has travelled extensively, undertaking solo trips by bicycle, or motorcycle. He has had narrow escapes from an ambush by terrorists, been hit by lightning, caught in an erupting volcano, kidnapped by a dog's hairdresser, rammed by a basking shark and was once bitten by a wild otter. He has combined all this with professional photography, which he has practised for over 35 years.

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