TTF: It is not surprising that a Swiss based International Secretariat should appoint Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan to the International Commission of Jurists (see news item below).
The former Bersih co-chairperson had long been complicit with intelligence agents from Switzerland and the United States (US) to effect a regime change in Malaysia and is probably being rewarded for her services.
But her associations with foreign agents weren’t limited to agents from Switzerland and the US alone.
She actively consorted with anarchist-billionaire George Soros, whose foundations, associations and institutions are known to assist drug warlords spirit dirty money throughout the world to finance terrorist activity the world over.
These foundations and associations are run by third party groups comprising notorious Swiss and Italian financiers who Soros hired to move his funds.
The financiers ended up channeling those funds through a network of BVI and Panamanian registered entities with cross-continental ownerships to generate wealth worth billions upon billions of dollars.
They then funnelled a portion of that wealth through the accounts of radical, militant and extremist groups in regions where they intended to effect a remote form of control.
Ambiga belonged to a group that knowingly or unknowingly received a fraction of that wealth.
Apart from using the money to bankroll activities against the Najib administration, she was complicit with PKR’s Saifuddin Nasution to undemocratically remove Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim from the office of Menteri Besar in Selangor.
So it’s no surprise that she was rewarded for all her efforts in moulding the Malaysian administration the way the Swiss and the Americans saw fit.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Malaysian Bar president and activist Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan was appointed to the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) as part of a leadership revamp this month.
The National Human Rights Society (Hakam) chief and former chair of Bersih 2.0 was one of five new members appointed to the council along with Kyrgyzstan’s Justice Chinara Aidarbekova, prominent Egyptian rights defender Gamal Eid, Commissioner of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights Jamesina Essie L. King (Sierra Leone), and Israeli lawyer Michael Sfard who has represented many Israeli and Palestinian individuals and organizations.
Professor Robert K. Goldman from the US was elected as the president of the ICJ.
“Those that have taken on a new role in ICJ leadership will help guide the organization in augmenting efforts to defend the rule of law amidst the current political backdrop of increasing antipathy and hostility towards rights protections,” Goldman said in the announcement on the ICJ website.
Nine commissioners were also elected to serve additional terms on the ICJ.
Global Bersih, the international chapter of Bersih 2.0, was among the first to laud the movement’s former leader.
“Congratulations to Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan from Global Bersih!”
The ICJ is a global non-governmental organisation that aims to ensure nations codify human rights standards in their legislation.
Source: The Malay Mail Online