Chapter 16: Arroyo and the Philippines
There are other cases, too, in which she defends human rights violators as she did before she got married; therefore, they receive less publicity . First is the case of President Gloria Arroyo of the Philippines. Once again, Amal is defending a human rights violator, not the “little people” she and her husband pretend to champion. According to PolitEkon, “International human rights lawyer Amal Clooney just doesn’t have any business interfering with the Philippine judicial system. Instead of trying to defend the case she filed before the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) for and on behalf of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, she should have taken the case of the victims who were defrauded by the rich families of Arroyo…Arroyo has her mega-powerful and influential array of lawyers to see to it that there will be no miscarriage of justice. Clooney also did not take into consideration that Arroyo should have been put in a regular jail already and suffer just like any other criminal that was sentenced by the courts”. Another lawmaker in the Philippines, Rep Neri Colmeanares, said that Amal should “devote her legal prowess to helping the countless victims of injustice in the Philippines…it would be better if she focuses on those who are unable to seek legal aid because of their
socioeconomic status”. Silly man. Amal does not work for the poor. Neither does her husband. They care about money and have utilized the “human rights” mantra to guilt lots of people into parting with their money to give to them. In addition, in true globalist fashion, Arroyo also has attempted to help balkanize the Philippines with “Resolution No. 10”, described by Perry Diaz of Global Balita as “a blueprint for the Balkanization of the Philippines. What was once the “Pearl of the Orient” could become a chopped-up archipelago in a sea teeming with infernal warfare” between, yes, Muslims and Christians. Then there was her trip to the UN back in September. No one really reported on that. Oh, the media focused on her Dolce and Gabbana green dress at the O Brother Where Art Thou?15-year anniversary celebration in NYC and an obscenely expensive red “work” outfit, but no one seemed to mention the actual “work” she was doing at the UN that day. That is because while one hand was waving around that “ethically mined diamond” to distract the pop culture masses, she was at the UN pushing the aforementioned “Restrain the Veto” initiative requesting nations give up their sovereign vote to allow the UN to take out Assad in Syria and then proceed with balkanizing it. As the pop culture press pushed her “fashion icon status” and the “greatest love story ever” on us, she was actively advocating for war, or, rather, “regime change” as a “human rights” issue.