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THE PURPOSE OF AVAAZ: CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

      Wrong Kind of Green Op-Ed December 21, 2015 by Jay Taber   Avaaz (initially financed by convicted inside trader George Soros) is the Blackwater of PSYWAR–mercenaries posing as missionaries. The non-profit Avaaz works closely with its for-profit arm and PR firm Purpose. As a social media NGO, Avaaz promotes campaigns to undermine…

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Avaaz’s hands of darkness.

15th November 2015 Comment on latest Avaaz petition from colleague David Macilwain in Australia. “A note from avaaz – ‘let’s stand with victims of terrorism everywhere’… France and Lebanon being ‘everywhere’. And as they don’t specifically mention Syria, we can presume that it’s not at the top of the list of ‘victims of terrorism’ –…

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Avaaz: The Emperor of the NGO Network ~ by Cory Morningstar

Bread and Circuses “Panem et circenses. A metaphor for a superficial means of appeasement, in Latin. It was the basic Roman formula for the well-being of the population, and hence a political strategy unto itself. In the case of politics, the phrase is used to describe the creation of public approval, not through exemplary or…

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Avaaz: Pro-Democracy Group Or Facade For American Imperialism In The Middle East? ~ by Ramona Wadi

Avaaz’s support for NATO intervention in Libya shows how the “democratic” movement really supports a war-like, imperialist agenda. Avaaz’s petitions have by now become a worldwide phenomenon. The organization calls itself “a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere” and claims “a simple democratic mission.” Recent history indicates that Avaaz’s alleged democratic…

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AVAAZ: THE WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL NGO

In his classic orientation to American politics, Indispensable Enemies, Walter Karp described conflict between the two national political parties as largely a game of charades–choreographed by Wall Street. While party loyalists are quick to point out differences over religion and civil rights, the point Karp makes is that they both serve Wall Street, which means…