George Clooney Enemy of Democracy-Amal Pre Clooney

From George Clooney Enemy of Democracy

Chapter 9: Amal Pre Clooney

What Amal did from 2005-2010 is almost a mystery. No professional or personal information of great significance appears to be had; however, we can trace events leading to her current push as a pop culture icon to cover her politics during this time. 2008 was an important year personally where Clooney was concerned.  In August, talks began to have Clooney star in Up in theAir.  Daniel Dubiecki was a

producer of this movie.  He is married to Lara Alameddine.  Yes she is related to Amal. No one knows when Clooney actually met Amal. The PR love story narrative says October of 2013.  He knew of her family long before that, though.  Amal’s other cousin, Raya Meddine (she shortened the name professionally and also sometimes goes by Alamuddin) joined “The Young and the Restless” in this year, too.  There

were at least two members of  Amal’s family in Hollywood this year—Obama’s election year—and one of their husbands worked closely with Clooney. Not only that, Rana was at their wedding. There were candid shots of friends/family on her Twitter feed that have since been removed. Might be a stretch, but this was also about the time that George met Huma Abedin.  Stan Rosenfeld confirmed they met but denied they dated. Either way, she found herself in whirlwind engagement and marriage to a politically connected individual that would come to eerily resemble the Clooneys later.  Who knows…maybe George was her first pick?


Professionally during this time period, in 2006, Julian Assange, who she will later represent, established WikiLeaks, George Soros started the press for regime change in Turkey, Jared Cohen, a future co-worker, published One Hundred Days of Silence: America and the Rwanda Genocide, and the Muslim Public Affairs announced Syrianna would receive its 15th Annual Media Award for its positive portrayal of Muslims. In addition, her Uncle Ziad arranged for Libyan President Gaddafi to visit France as Ziad was “in charge of arrangements” where French President Nicolas Sarkozy received $42 million from Gaddafi for his 2007 re-election, All of this plays out with her later when she goes from playing at lawyering for her chamber, the globalists, and the UN and using her and Clooney for public pressure/publicity purposes to fulfill their agendas.

In 2010, Alamuddin emerged in London to work as a barrister for Doughty Street Chambers.  By this time she did not have any wins under her belt nor led any cases; however, she “assisted” on many of them.  At some point, she worked at the Soros sponsored International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, another area he helped to balkanize with Amal’s indirect help:  “(Soros) spent up to $100 million on activists campaigning against the president of Serbian-dominated Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic. After NATO’s “victory”, Soros gave money to the United Nations’images-3new International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and paid for training for its judges and prosecutor. He also paid two American law faculties to help the prosecutor find evidence against Serbia’s suspected war criminals — and Milosevic.” Unfortunately, long after Milosevic died, in March of 2016, this same Tribunal exonerated him:

“Milosevic, the tribunal ruled in late March, wanted to prevent the breakup of Yugoslavia, and while he initially supported Bosnian Serb leaders to that end, there is no evidence he was part of a “joint criminal enterprise” to victimize Muslims and Croats.

“Based on the evidence before the Chamber regarding the diverging interests that emerged between the Bosnian Serb and Serbian leaderships during the conflict and in particular Milosevic’s repeated criticism and disapproval of the policies and decisions made by … the Bosnian Serb leadership, the Chamber is not satisfied that there was sufficient evidence presented in this case to find that Slobodan Milosevic agreed with the common plan” to forcibly remove Muslims and Croats from territory claimed by Bosnian Serbs.

Indeed, Milosevic “openly criticized Bosnian Serb leaders … (for) committing ‘crimes against humanity’ and ‘ethnic cleansing.’ ” No doubt, Milosevic would have appreciated those words. Only he wasn’t around to hear them. After losing power in 2001, a new pro-Western Serbian government turned him over to the ICTY. Then Canadian Supreme Court justice Louise Arbour, acting as tribunal prosecutor at the time, indicted him as a war criminal. He spent five years locked up, only to die of heart failure in 2006 in the midst of his trial.”

As long as the regime Soros wants overthrown comes to fruition, it matters not who is unfairly blamed or if democracy suffers. The Clooneys prove over time to be right in line images-2with this pro-globalist thinking.  Perhaps that is why many of the other cases on which she “assisted” during this time were tied to either her family, Soros/the globalists, or both and found her defending human rights violators, not the “human rights” of the actual poor and downtrodden, as a cover for regime change.


One such human rights violator was Saif-al-Islam Gaddafi “was negotiating with the United States in order to conclude a comprehensive agreement making any further payments for American victims of terror attacks that have been blamed on Libya – such as the 1986 Berlin discotheque bombing, the 1988 Lockerbie bombing and the 1989 UTA Flight 772 bombing – conditional upon U.S. payment of compensation for the 40 Libyans killed and 220 injured in the 1986 United States bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi”. On 14 August 2008, the U.S.-Libya Comprehensive Claims Settlement Agreement was signed in Tripoli.  However, in a BBC TV interview,  Gaddafi said that “Libya had admitted responsibility (but not “guilt”)

for the Lockerbie bombing. He further admitted that Libya was being “hypocritical” and was “playing on words”, but Libya had no other choice on the matter. According to Gaddafi, a letter admitting “responsibility” was the only way to end the economic sanctions imposed on Libya. When asked about the $10m (£5.3m) compensation that Libya was paying to each victim’s family, he again repeated that Libya was doing so because it had no other choice. He went on to describe the families of the Lockerbie victims as “trading with the blood of their sons and daughters” and being very “greedy”. “They were asking for more money and on of a wealthy dictator, but the British taxpayer is footing his defense bill.  Eventually, John Jones, the male equivalent of Amal Clooney at Dougherty Street Chambers.  In fact, he worked on many of the same cases to which her name was attached including Saif Qaddafi, Julian Assange and Mustafa Badreddine, accused of killing Lebanon’s prime minister Rafik Hariri in 2005.  However, in September of 2015 Jones “withdrew from representing the defendant”.  Six months later, in April 2016 John Jones

“committed suicide”, in May, Badreddine, a key Assad ally and enemy of the U.S. and Israel, was killed in an explosion in Damascus, and two months after that, in July 2016, Saif Qaddafi, Lockerbie bomber terrorist and intentional killer of many innocent women and children, was not only spared the death penalty; he was released. And then Assange starting releasing leaks about Hillary.  More on that later…. All of this coincidental, surely….

Then there is Gaddafi’s partner, Abdullah Senussi.  According to The Guardian newspaper, “Senussi had a reputation for brutality since the 1970s. During the 1980s he was head of internal security in Libya, at a time when many opponents of Gaddafi were killed.” There is no doubt that he was part of Gaddafi’s regime, and accused of human rights violations and terror. The 62-year-old’s past history includes a suspected involvement in the Abu Selim prison massacre. And in the Telegraph, “Most notorious for Libyans is the allegation that he gave the order for the massacre of 1,200 political inmates senussiin Abu Salim prison in 1996. His notoriety has spread to Europe. For Britain, he will long be remembered for his involvement in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing in which 270 people were killed. The French will remember him for his role in masterminding the bombing of a French airliner over Niger in 1989 in which 170 people were killed. That led to a 1999 case in which he was convicted in absentia in France. He has been unable to travel abroad freely since then. His council says this conviction is a violation of his human rights and has asked for a trial in the Hague.” Amal Clooney is currently representing this terrorist with ties to her uncle, claiming his “human rights” are being violated.  The “human rights” of those who terrorized, including the270 innocent lives lost, including children, in the Lockerbie bombing? The west deserved it.

Who else is Amal affiliated with professionally pre-Clooney whose “humanitarian” actions are questionable at best?  King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa of Bahrain where the ruling family’s hold on the judicial process has “increasingly taken a turn for the worse, with no end in sight for the prosecution of high-profile government critics, a curtailing of the right to any meaningful form of protest or assembly and an escalating

human rights abuse record, which includes rampant, unabated torture”, according to Human Rights Watch.  These “human rights” concerns halted a pay for play arms deal between the Crown Prince of Bahrain and Hillary Clinton’s State Department in 2011 which started after a meeting in 2009 when Clinton’s State Department ‘significantly increased arms export authorizations to the country’s autocratic government, even as that nation moved to crush pro-democracy protests,’ the International Business Times reports.  Throughout her tenure as secretary, Clinton’s State Department gave the green light to sell $630 million worth of arms to Bahrain’s military — a huge increase from $219 million worth of weapons the United States sold to the country between 2006-2008.  The increase coincided with the Arab Spring uprisings of 2011…”  One such recently released individual has had to suffer two years of solitary confinement in dire conditions and face routine prison mistreatment for his verbal crimes is human rights activist Nabeel Rajab.  He

appeared on the RT-sponsored Julian Assange interview show in 2012 to share how he had been “kept naked in his cell with a dead animal for company.  He hoped for some changes to occur, but instead believes the absolute opposite has occurred during his imprisonment.” Yes this is the same Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, who is currently represented by Amal Clooney.  It is quite coincidental that many of the “pay to play” activities of the Clinton Foundation, which Assange uncovered and for whom George shilled, tie to Amal’s “career”.

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