George Clooney Enemy of Democracy: Establishing Clooney’s “Humanitarianism” in Africa

George Clooney Enemy of Democracy

Chapter 3:  Establishing Clooney’s “Humanitarianism” in Africa

On July 14, 2004, the “Save Darfur Coalition” was founded at the Darfur Emergency  Summit at CUNY Graduate Center in NYC.  In January of 2005, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) and the Government of Sudan was signed. Somewhere in 2005, Clooney was chosen to head the UN “humanitarian efforts” in Sudan.  Why? To help mold the “human rights” narrative needed to facilitate the use of the “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine, which was adopted by a UN World Summit in September of 2005.  According to “George Clooney’s War: The Filmstar’s Activism in Sudan”, “A UN World Summit in 2005 adopted humanitarian intervention – the “Responsibility to Protect”, or R2P – as official UN doctrine. R2P enshrined in international law both the reason and duty for humanitarian intervention. A nation would henceforth forfeit its sovereignty if it committed or was unable to prevent massive human rights abuses on its soil. In such circumstances, the outside world could, and must, take action to stem the disaster through diplomacy, sanctions or, if needed, military force.”  The “R2P” calls for the use of global police force as such as the need determined by the UN.  This article seeks to “clarify the current legal status of a particular aspect of the ‘responsibility to protect’ principle—the idea that bystander states have a collective responsibility to protect populations beyond borders from mass atrocities when host states fail to do so. It outlines the development of this idea and argues that, while the legal force of key international statements on the ‘responsibility to protect’ principle may be weak at best, the International Court of Justice and the International Law Commission have offered bold declarations in recent years which do point towards the gradual development of legal duties for the extraterritorial protection of populations.”   In effect, if the UN does not like the way a country is being run, it can claim it has a “responsibility to protect” it’s citizens from themselves and their government by suspending it’s’ sovereignty/borders and taking over.  “Sovereignty”, “democracy”, “human rights”….these are just words used as language manipulation to appeal to the emotion of low informed voters to justify their wrongdoings.

It is not surprising, then, to find out that:

“Philanthropist billionaire George Soros is a primary funder and key proponent of the global organization that promotes the military doctrine used by the Obama administration to justify the recent airstrikes targeting the regime of Moammar Gadhafi in Libya.  The Responsibility to Protect doctrine has been described by its founders and proponents, including Soros, as promoting global governance while allowing the international community to penetrate a nation state’s borders under certain conditions.  Libya regarded as test of global doctrine…

The joint U.S. and international air strikes targeting Libya are widely regarded as a test of Responsibility to Protect ­ which is a set of principles, now backed by the United Nations, based on the idea that sovereignty is not a privilege, but a responsibility.

According to the principle, any state’s sovereignty can be overrun, including with the use of military force, if the international community decides it must act to halt what it determines to be genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity or ethnic cleansing.

The term “war crimes” has at times been indiscriminately used by various U.N.-backed international bodies, including the International Criminal Court, or ICC, which applied it to Israeli anti-terror operations in the Gaza Strip. There has been fear the ICC could be used to prosecute U.S. troops.

An organization calling itself the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect is the world’s leading champion of the doctrine.

Activist Gareth Evans, who sits on the global group’s advisory board, is widely regarded as the founder of the Responsibility to Protect principle.  Evans is also President Emeritus of the International Crisis Group and later an Aurora Prize Selection Committee Member if Clooney’s “100 Lives”.

The first country-specific resolution to which this doctrine was referred by the UN was Darfur in 2006.  Coincidentally, the first public appearance of Clooney and Soros financed Barack Obama was on April 27th of 2006 in Chicago for a “Save Darfur” rally.  The energetic Senator and the handsome actor unite to stop genocide!  push for the demise of Darfur’s sovereignty for financial gain. Remember, one of Soros’ hallmarks is to destabilize a region under the guise of some sort of “human rights” atrocities and then swoop into “save the day” by raping the natural resources of the area (normally oil), sucking the money out of the economy for his own pockets, and then leaving behind chaos in his path.  It is no wonder, then, that John Prendergast appeared on the scene at this time, too, to work closely with Samantha Power as a “US advocate of intervention in Africa (who) had started his career as a humanitarian in Sudan, writing reports on the excruciating violence between rival southern militias for Human Rights Watch. Under Bill Clinton, he had worked at the National Security Council as Director for African Affairs and as an advisor to Susan Rice in the State Department. He would later work for the International Crisis Group “ where he acted as a bridge to the Hollywood elite.

John Podesta is also a co-founder of Clooney’s “Enough” project, his “charity” housed in George Soros’s Center for American “Progress”.  He is also a Clinton lobbyist for Sberrbank CIB USA Inc, a subsidiary of Russia’s largest bank, and his Podesta Group was hired by the Alliance for Shared Values, part of the Islamic Gulen movement, a religious and social movement led by Fethullah Gulen, the man on whom Turkey’s Erdogan blamed the recent coup attempt, who now resides in Pennsylvania. With his newly discovered passion for helping Africa in tact,, in 2006, Clooney and his father traveled to Darfur in April for the first time, and a subsequent documentary, A Journey to Darfur, was released. This is also, coincidentally the year that Clooney signed on with Nespresso which over the course of the next decade will make him very wealthy while procuring resources in South Sudan via the “R2P” for further wealth redistribution in the future.

In 2007, Prendergast and Gayle Smith, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, co-founded the “Enough” project, funded by Soros’ CAP.  This project’s stated mission is to “end genocide and crimes against humanity. The Enough Project conducts research in several conflict areas in Africa including Sudan, the Congo, Somalia, and the areas controlled by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).” It also keeps tabs on resources. With this initiative, Prendergast became the Soros “humanitarian” bridge to the Hollywood elite, helping recruit Clooney (Sudan), Angelina Jolie (sexual violence in war zones), Matt Damon (water), Ben Affleck (Congo) and Don Cheadle (genocide and environment)”.  Keeping in mind Brad Pitt co-founded the “Not On Our Watch” project with Clooney and Prendergast, it seems the Ocean’s 11 cast were almost handpicked to further the globalist agenda.  Furthermore, in October, Jeff Skoll, yes the same one from Participant Media, co-produced Darfur Now which was moderated by Melody Barnes, Executive Vice President for Policy for, you guessed it, the Center for American Progress.  Clooney made an appearance in the film “Darfur Now” to lend it pop culture credibility.  The Soros machine was in full-court press using Clooney’s Hollywood platform to push the “humanitarian” dissolution of a nation’s sovereignty if the UN deemed it so as a “human rights” issue.

In addition, Soros established at this time what he hoped would be the model for the balkanization and subsequent globalist takeover of the U.S. in “CAP California” which was designed “to advance and support a ‘progressive’ national policy agenda and lay out our vision of a ‘progressive’ America on the West Coast”. Look at ‘progressive’ California today—which as the home of Clooney and Hollywood should shock no one–massive debt, largest gap between rich and poor in the country, illegals over citizens, the Muslim invasion, strict gun control laws, and the speech restrictions as exemplified in the UC campus system. California has been considered a “progressive” success by Soros standards, not so much a success for “freedom”, “democracy”, and “human rights”, which must be eliminated for the elites to rule. As such, Soros decided to push the California “progressive success” model nationally with various “social justice” and “humanitarian” platforms to undermine U.S. sovereignty, three of which Clooney helps tremendously-the gay agenda, the green agenda, and the Muslim agenda.

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