Former DILG Secretary Reveals Connections Between Agnes Callamard and Smartmatic


A shocking revelations was exposed on social media by former Interior Secretary Rafael Alunan III revealing the connections between United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard and the controversial election operator Smartmatic. 


According to Rafael Alunan there's a connection between Agnes Callamard and George Soros, the alleged billionaire who said to have a connection with Smartmatic. 

UN Special Rapporteur Callamard is considered as one of the staunch critic of Pres. Rody Duterte particularly the way the chief executive handled the successful War Against Illegal Drugs. She is the one who have pushing for the United Nations to investigate Pres. Duterte's war on drugs. 

Alunan's expose revealed that Dr. Callamard is the former executive director of ARTICLE 19, the international human rights organization promoting and defending freedom of expression and access to information globally.

Dr. Callamard is also a former Chef de Cabinet for the Secretary General of Amnesty International, and as the organization's Research Policy Coordinator, she led Amnesty's work on women's human rights.

Meanwhile, the UK-based company Smartmatic is owned by Lord Mark Malloch-Brown who is connected to George Soros through the Open Society Foundation, an organization that gives grants to civil society organizations around the world. 

Although Smartmatic already denied the allegations thrown at them there's a connection between Soros and Smartmatic, Raffy Alunan on his follow-up post by stating that "Eh, ano? Hawak nya naman ang may-ari ng Smartmatic na ginamit pangdaya sa ating mga eleksyon noong 2010, 2013, at 2016."

Here's the Complete Statement of Former DILG Sec. Rafael Alunan:

The Agnes Callamard - Media - UN - Amnesty International - NGO - George Soros Connection

ARTICLE 19

Dr. Agnès Callamard is the former executive director of ARTICLE 19, the international human rights organisation promoting and defending freedom of expression and access to information globally.

Amnesty International

She is a former Chef de Cabinet for the Secretary General of Amnesty International, and as the organisation’s Research Policy Coordinator, she led Amnesty’s work on women’s human rights. Agnès has conducted human rights investigations in a large number of countries in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

United Nations

She is the UN Special Rapporteur on summary executions.

ARTICLE 19 

ARTICLE 19 is a British human rights organization with a specific mandate and focus on the defense and promotion of freedom of expression and freedom of information worldwide founded in 1987.

The organization takes its name from Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states:

“Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; the right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media regardless of frontiers.”

Article 19 monitors threats to free expression around the globe; lobbies governments to adopt laws that conform to international standards of freedom of expression; and drafts legal standards that strengthen media, public broadcasting, free expression, and access to government-held information. 

The Law Programme also produces legal analysis and critiques of national laws, including media laws. 

In addition, Article 19 intervenes in cases of individuals or groups whose rights have been violated; and provides capacity-building support to non-governmental organizations, judges and lawyers, journalists, media owners, media lawyers, public officials and parliamentarians.

Article 19’s work is organised into five Regional Programmes—Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East—and a Law Program. It has over 100 staff and regional offices in Bangladesh, Brazil, Kenya, Mexico, Myanmar, Senegal, and Tunisia. It works in partnership with nearly 100 organizations in more than 60 countries around the world.

Coalitions

Article 19 is a founding member of the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX), a clearinghouse for a global network of non-governmental organizations that monitor free expression violations worldwide. 

Article 19 is a founding member of the Freedom of Information Advocates (FOIA) Network, a global forum that aims to support campaigning, advocacy and fundraising on access to information through the exchange of information, ideas and strategies. The FOIA Network also aims to facilitate the formation of regional or international coalitions to address access to information issues.

Article 19 lists its regular financial contributors on its website:

Swedish International Development Agenda (SIDA)
UK Department for International Development (DFID)
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
The Ford Foundation
Fritt Ord
Open Society Institute (OSI) --> GEORGE SOROS
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation


Here's the Follow-up Post of Rafael Alunan:

Putik! Merong koneksyon itong George Soros sa Smartmatic! Gumagamit ng front o proxy o surrogate o cut-out. Stilong Mafia.

Smartmatic is owned by Lord Mark Malloch-Brown. He is connected to Soros through the Open Society Foundation, an organization that gives grants to civil society organizations around the world.
Malloch-Brown serves on the Open Society Global Board. Smartmatic says on its website, "George Soros does not have and has never had any ownership stake in Smartmatic." 

Eh, ano? Hawak nya naman ang may-ari ng Smartmatic na ginamit pangdaya sa ating mga eleksyon noong 2010, 2013 at 2016. Sino ang nakapwesto sa panahon na yon? The difference is the same.
The connected dots now show who the regime change conspirators are, here and abroad. Don't forget the drug syndicates linked to them and assorted narcopoliticians.

Source: Rafael Alunan / Rafael Alunan 2nd Post / Business Insider / DailyCaller

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