European Center for Law and Justice says human rights system is being corrupted by leftists and global players like Gates and Soros

The corruption of the Human Rights concept and the Human Rights system is the fault of radical leftist activists who have infiltrated these institutions and global private actors such as Gates, Soros, and others.

European Center, European Center for Law and Justice says human rights system is being corrupted by leftists and global players like Gates and Soros

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL –  Dr. Gregor Puppinck, Director of the European Center for Law and Justice ECLJ, said at the 4th Transatlantic Summit in Budapest on May 27, 2022, that the main purpose of human rights today is no longer to protect the freedom to live a decent life but to serve as an instrument to impose the leftist revolution on countries that reject them.

“Unfortunately, they have become an instrument of ideological domination rather than protection,” he said in his speech.

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The corruption of the Human Rights concept and the Human Rights system is the fault of radical leftist activists who have infiltrated these institutions and global private actors such as Bill Gates, George Soros, and others.

These few foundations and companies are exercising increasing control over international institutions. For example, in 2020, they have paid nearly US$1.5 billion to Unicef, over US$1 billion to WHO, and US$500 million to the Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees.

Even the International Criminal Court received funding from the Open Society and the Council of Europe in Strasbourg with the European Court of Human Rights and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.

Along with this funding, these private foundations contribute to setting the Agenda of these international institutions they finance. There is a reason for that.

These international institutions have global power but seek money, and the foundations have money and seek global power.

SOME EXAMPLES

At the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, we revealed that over the last 10 years, at least 22 out of the 100 judges were former staff of 7 leftist foundations, which are also active before this same court as applicants and parties such as Open Society, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, or the international commission of jurists.

Among these 22 activists, 12 are former staff or even Soros’ Open Society board members.
Moreover, the 6 other NGOs are also funded by the Open Society.

At least 88 times in those 10 years those judges have ruled on cases introduced or supported by their own former NGOs or foundations acting both as judge and party.

It is no better at the UN and the WHO, as he showed in his speech.