(WESTERN PUPPET )TUNISIAN PRESIDENT URGES MILITARY INTERVENTION IN SYRIA,THEN PROMOTES NEOLIBERALISM....
Marzouki Denounces Dictators, Supports International Cooperation
On September 27, Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki addressed the U.N. General Assembly calling on the international community to address “violence and extremism,” while also acknowledging the economic and social problems his government inherited as a result of the violent oppression by the previous regime. He expressed his grief over the high cost paid by Tunisians for freedom and democracy and tied his sentiments to the current “price being paid by Syrians,” urging rapid intervention and the deployment of an Arab peace force to Syria. Markouzi also followed the recent narrative of Yemeni and Kuwaiti leaders in supporting Palestinian independence and denouncing “Islamophobia.”
Markouzi labeled dictatorship as a “disease” and “invited the U.N. to declare dictatorship a social and political ‘scourge’ to be eliminated.” In Markouzi’s view, the International Criminal Court only addresses atrocities retroactively, and therefore the U.N. needs to develop a mechanism which proactively prevents dictators from altering their government institutions in an effort to maintain power. The creation of an internal court with the authority to rule on and denounce state constitutions, charters and elections deemed incompatible with the U.N. Charter, was also proposed during his speech.
Marzouki has shown high levels of support for international institutions recently, as he encouragedeconomic integration between member states of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) at a recent workshop hosted by the African Development Bank. Markouzi believes economic integration will solve issues of unemployment, poverty, emigration, and food security in the region. Nick Witney andAnthony Dworkin of the European Council on Foreign Relations have also opined that AMU economic integration will break down economic dependence on European nations and traditional systems of Arab “patronage and clientelism” to Europe, thus helping to embed democracy.
[ED NOTES:MARZOUKI SPEAKING OF DICTATORSHIPS AND NEED TO COMBAT THESE IS ALMOST FUNNY,BECAUSE HE HIMSELF IS THE NEW BEN ALI(HES ALSO EXTREMELY CLOSE TO GCC'S BRUTAL MONARCHIES,MORROCOS,AND ALGERIA TORTURE STATE AS WELL)...HIS PROPOSALS FOR NEW MECHANISMS IS ABSURD,WHEN ONE UNDERSTANDS HE SHOULD BE ON THE LIST!!!AS FAR AS HIS ENCOURAGING OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION BETWEEN MEMBER STATES IN MAGHRIB,THAT'S RICH,ESPECIALLY SINCE HE'S ECHOING AND PROMOTING EXACTLY WHAT SOROS FUNDED AND OWNED,EUROPEAN COUNCIL OF FOREIGN RELATION TALKING HEADS,ARE ALSO ADVOCATING!
Soros-Backed European Council on Foreign Relations Launched Founding Council Members George Soros (Hungary/US) - Chairman, Open Society Institute Gijs de Vries (The Netherlands) - Senior Fellow at the Clingendael Institute; former EU Counter-terrorism CoordinatorMabel Van Oranje (The Netherlands) - International Advocacy Director, Open Society Institute Stephen Wall (United Kingdom) - Chairman of Hill and Knowlton (Public Affairs EMEA); former Europe advisor to Tony Blair
NOW, MORE ON MOUNCED... Marzouki's organization, the Tunisian League for Human Rights, was a US National Endowment for Democracy and George Soros Open Society-funded International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) member organization. Marzouki, who spent two decades in exile in Paris, France, was also founder and head of the Arab Commission for Human Rights, a collaborating institution with the US NED World Movement for Democracy (WMD) including for a "Conference on Human Rights Activists in Exile" and a participant in the WMD "third assembly" alongside Marzouki's Tunisian League for Human Rights, sponsored byNED, Soros' Open Society, and USAID.Marzouki, along with his Libyan counterpart Abdurrahim el-Keib, formally of the Petroleum Institute,sponsored by British Petroleum (BP), Shell, France's Total, the Japan Oil Development Company, and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, makes for the second Western proxy installed into power either by covert sedition or overt military aggression, during the US-engineered "Arab Spring." Western proxies in Egypt including Mohamed ElBaradei and Mamdouh Hamza are also vying for power in the wake of similar foreign-fomented unrest, while NATO backed militants harbored in Turkey are attempting to overthrow the government of Syria by force. Land Destroyer: US-Funded "Activist" Becomes President of Tunisia