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Every year it seems Bahrain is the prime target of such discussions based once again on the bias mass media and Human rights orgs that have the same members in each and everyone of their organisations especially when you look at the representatives of the Middle East. The NGO's have become a monopoly for these representatives that only provide their side of news and views without any interest in anyone else that opposes them. It seems we live in an era where people are spoon fed and believe all that they read without looking at both sides and without actually researching the names in each of these organisations that disseminate information. Go and look up the NGO's and look at the General Secretary names or board members and you will find same names pop up with their own bias one sided political not really human rights agenda. Last year it was the GRID with "Do you think F1 should race in Bahrain". In the process and despite races prior to the Bahrain F1 they did not launch "Do you t