Amnesty International is getting a taste of Karma and reality: Muammar Gaddafi is leading the Human Right Hero of 2011 award of Amnesty International USA's online poll
Dr Heidrun Eckert and Louis Szondy
Voting in an online poll by Amnesty International USA for "Human Rights Hero of 2011" is bringing up some human rights champions, that the western media have ignored. One favorite is Michael Jackson, and another is a human rights activist in Bahrain, Nabeel Rajab, while currently in the lead with more people still voting, is Muammar Gaddafi.
Allowing for the fact that Arabic names have numerous spellings, the race is clearly between Nabeel Rajab and Muammar Gaddafi. Votes are still for the entire month of January, so please continue to vote for Muammar Gaddafi, for reasons we elaborate upon below (and please use that exact spelling when voting).
Many people in the world are happy to see Muammar Gaddafi on the top of voting for the "Human Rights Hero of 2011" award, after he had been due to receive a United Nations award for his contribution to human rights, but instead one month before it was due, the United Nations allowed bankrupted western countries to wage a massive war on Libya, killing over 100,000 and razing entire cities to the ground, while the media focused on the spreading of rumors and disinformation.
Yet for his many fans who marvel at the Green Charter Human Rights Document which was law in Libya, the prize is not the issue at stake. Voting for Muammar Gaddafi is a means of informing people:
When 1.7 million Libyans, one third of the entire population and 95% of the capital city were demonstrating for Gaddafi and the Jamahiriya system of direct participatory democracy, the main stream Western press did not even mention it, after having assisted yet another war on false pretenses "humanitarianism" while actually a grab for resources, destroying Africa's most wealthy infrastructure, while allowing a real humanitarian disaster in East Africa to go without aid.
Voting for Gaddafi via the West's leading human rights organ which many read cannot be ignored, so perhaps Amnesty International will forge or not mention the real results, as it is a big slap in the face to that organization and its outdated concept of human rights: the UN document which was drafted by oppressive colonialist governments in 1949. People will start thinking: Human Rights Hero Gaddafi? Then he cannot be what our politicians and press makes us believe. This inner change will be of consequences:
- Press needs readers. If they can no more sell their old stories, they will have to publish what people want: Truth. Or, more people will turn to truth news agencies such as Mathaba.
- All of us wish that the pilots of whatever army would refuse to execute inhuman orders such as bombing. By doing so they risk their existence and the existence of their families. As long as they are misinformed, they will hardly develop the needed courage to meet the consequences. But if they see:
Then the chances are great that they obey the voice of their heart. Then more and more others will follow their example. Even the most criminal government can only act as long as there are people obeying their orders. Governments, knowing this, will be more cautious in giving orders when risking public disobedience.
- Last but not least: Imagine Hillary Clinton when learning about the votes for the man whom she wanted to be killed and who appears to be most alive in the hearts of people.
One drop of water is helpless. An ocean is most powerful. So there should be more such opportunities which are simple to handle in any place of the world. So please, you too cast your vote, and use the exact spelling Muammar Gaddafi because the disadvantage of having an Arabic name is that there is not one way to spell it in English, but dozens -- another clear indication of the significance of the voting for Muammar Gaddafi, as his vote is divided among many different spellings, and it is not certain Amnesty International will take the time to go through all the votes submitted to tally them together, even assuming they'll make this embarrassing announcement.
my email to Amnesty US: Hello Amnesty US Weve all seen you HR hero poll, which youve now prematurely closed, presumably because it as being won by a suprise entrant: Muammar Gadaffi. Mathaba net has since found out what your group has been doing: fudging dates: Mathaba: 'It must have become too unbearable for so-called "human rights organisation" Amnesty International to get a taste of reality, thus have they taken down the Human Rights Hero page and have cowardly changed the ending date of the contest from January 31, 2012 to December 31, 2011'...here is the original page which is still visible via Google cache:
1. How to Enter: Users are entered into the drawing by naming their Human Rights Hero. No purchase is necessary to enter or win. One entry per person. The Human Rights Heroes Drawing is offered in the 50 United States and District of Columbia (“U.S.”). The contest begins on December 8, 2011 and ends January 31, 2012. Entries submitted after the end date will not be accepted. To fill out a contest entry, please visit http://www.amnestyusa.org/hero...
After: 1. How to Enter: Users are entered into the drawing by naming their Human Rights Hero. No purchase is necessary to enter or win. One entry per person. The Human Rights Heroes Drawing is offered in the 50 United States and District of Columbia (“U.S.”). The contest begins on December 8, 2011 and ends December 31, 2011. Entries submitted after the end date will not be accepted. To fill out a contest entry, please visit http://www.amnestyusa.org/hero...
Brian which email address did you use to send them your mail? i went to website (amnestyusa.org) and send mine from there ...it keeps coming back though....
It only now dawned on me that this covers only the USA...the result of Muammar Gaddafi being the top runner is truly, spectacularly amazing and thus devastating to the 'controlling forces' i.e. AI's masters.
Please disregard my previous message, obviously Amnesty International USA fraudulently changed the rules of its poll when they saw the result in favor of Muammar Gaddafi!
I would just like to add that since they cancelled their poll and will most probably censor the results, what we need to do is organize other polls elsewhere, on the same issue : "Who do you consider to be the greatest human rights hero of 2011?" or similar questions, in free, truth-orientated media platforms like Mathaba, where we know they will not try to alter the results fraudulently!
I'd like to see a demographic analysis of Amnesty International leaders and management! They are into Human Rights only because it is the trendy thing to be seen doing. A glorified fig leaf to cover over the sins of their bourgeois supporters. A.I. is where some Chamber of Commerce types and trendy cause followers parade their tawdry charity to the masses. Muammar Gaddafi doesn't "fit" in with the cocktail set. It would disrupt decades of lies to admit that Muammar Gaddafi was a Great Man for all the right reasons. I'm surprised that Amnesty didn't provide a list of Approved...
This is not our mistake but Amnesty International’s cowardness; after it became crystal clear that the huge majority of the people had voted for Muammar Gaddafi as Human Rights Hero, AI decided to take down the voting page and changed the ending date of the contest from January 31, 2012 to December 31, 2011, see our earlier comment with a link to the original rules: http://mathaba.net/news/?x=629...
As Dr Heidrun Eckert and Louis Szondy have told in their post http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x..., the thief, alias chief of Amnesty.org (a subordinate employee of Hillary Clinton) will boycott the name of Qaddafi as a popular world human rights heroe. I missed the opportunity to save that image of the site showing Gaddafi on first place at the vote rank. That image in www.amnestyusa.org/heroes has been taken out and isn't there yet. I want to make an illustrated complaint like this I'm sending you now, but the quality of image isn't good, I need one with...
After all the injustices which happened over the last 30 years to Libya it is time the World knows the truth about the colonel and the way he raised his people out of the desert sand into modern day life style, something which borders at a miracle.
This is unprecedented in human history and it is because of many reasons, which needs to be further researched and written about.
Of course, he did this not alone and the people who helped him are humanists and need to be mentioned as well.