Somewhere in occult religious beliefs there is a law which prohibits doing harm to someone if they are doing good to you….more on this later
R2P, the Responsibility to Protect became International Law in time for NATO to bomb Libya.
R2P began being developed after the Rwandan genocide of 1994.The concept was initiated by the African Union and adopted in the Ezulwini Consensus in 2005.This was written as “the right of the Union to intervene in a Member State pursuant to a decision of the Assembly in respect of grave circumstances, namely war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity.”
This allows for the legitimacy of Ugandan forces in Somalia, DRC and The Sudan.It legitimizes the role of ECOWAS ,headed by Nigeria, in Liberia and Sierra Leone. It legitimizes South African forces in the CAR and it legitimizes Burundian and Rwandan forces in the DRC.
There is a great deal of untruth being told about the genocide in Rwanda.The deaths, so violent, of so many Rwandans were collateral to international support for R2P becoming international law.
R2P is the first international law that does not recognize national sovereignty.It is a major step towards the completion of the United Nations as a one world totalitarian government and the UNs role as the great white police force of the world.
Curiously nearly all the countries that have been so deeply affected by the implementation of R2P have all been under democratic government.These have been both false democracies and genuine democracies as in the case of Cote D`Ivoire under Laurent Gbabgo. The logic therefore of R2P, does not uphold democracy, let alone the sovereign status of a nation.
R2P is presented as `the international community`. This legislation is written in terms of such as…”the international community`s commitment to help…;the responsibility of international community to act…”etc. However other voices within the international community strongly object to the implementations so far of R2P, giving us an insight into the lack of representation within the UN and its so-called Security Council. America is out of control.
Singh Puri, India`s UN ambassador said “the Libyan case has already given R2P a bad name and the only aspect of the resolution of interest to them (international community) was use of all necessary means to bomb the hell out of Lybia, further, in clear violation of the resolution, arms were supplied to civilians without any consideration of its consequences, no-fly zone was selectively implemented only for flights in and out of Tripoli and targeted measures were implemented insofar as they suited the objective of regime change.”
Fortunately for the people of Syria, R2P implementation was vetoed by Russia and China.
Our brothers and sisters in Africa have not been as fortunate.
R2P has been implemented in Libya, Cote D`Ivoire, Sudan and South Sudan ( Darfur), Mali, Kenya and the Central African Republic.
The so-called international community` has never seen fit to help the people of Palestine, although nearly every decent person in the world now wants to help our brothers and sisters in Gaza.
R2P incorporates not only the international community`s Responsibility to Protect but also the “responsibility to rebuild”.
And this is where R2P = NGOs = foreign aid = philanthrocapitalists.
George Soros is a philanthrocapitalist. He capitalizes on his so-called philanthropy. He has donated millions to Syria for `humanitarian relief`. One of the biggest winners of the destruction of Iraq was the US corporation Halliburton. One of the biggest winners of South Sudan is Glencore.One of the biggest winners of R2P in Cote D`Ivoire is the Sarkozy network, one of the biggest winners of Mali is the Uranium industry in Mali and neighboring Niger.
R2P = humanitarian assistance.
Which leads us back to Ebola and the alluvial diamond trade.
“Let the free people of the world know that we could have bargained over and sold out our cause in return for a personal secure and stable life. We received many offers to this effect but we chose to be at the vanguard of the confrontation as a badge of duty and honour. Even if we do not win immediately, we will give a lesson to future generations that choosing to protect the nation is an honour and selling it out is the greatest betrayal that history will remember forever despite the attempts of the others to tell you otherwise.” Muammar Qaddafi
from `Destroying Libya and World Order` by Francis A. Boyle, 2013.