Thursday, January 31, 2013

 

Viable Targets

To those unfamiliar with the philanthropic world, the pervasive fraud that tarnishes NGOs like Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and PEN America might seem like a new phenomenon. But as reported at Wrong Kind of Green, outfits like Human Rights Watch started out bad.

As creations of Wall Street derivatives -- laundered through #1% family foundations like Ford and Rockefeller -- these humanitarian NGOs preempt authentic humanitarian networks from accessing the public resources they need, thus establishing a vertical integration of public policy--controlled by the private equity of the aristocracy and nouveau riche. While this arrangement is not impermeable to subversion, it is nevertheless well-armored to withstand the occasional expose from the alternative press.

To defeat this vertically-integrated adversary, genuine human rights networks will first need to shatter the illusions of the politically infantile public. In the climate of colossal fraud perpetrated from the New York Stock Exchange to the Oval Office, these illusions become viable targets.

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