Tripoli Trifecta: Qaddafi, Chavez & Jean Ziegler

1989: Jean Ziegler co-creates Qaddafi Human Rights Prize. 2004: prize goes to Hugo Chavez; Chavez nominates Ziegler for UN human rights post. 2002: prize goes to Ziegler himself -- and to French Holocaust denier Roger Garaudy. 2011: Ziegler, as VP of UNHRC Adv Cttee, praises Chavez on Venezuela TV.

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  1. On 26 January 2004 the Venezuelan government of Hugo Chavez nominated Jean Ziegler to the UN Human Rights Commission. See paragraph 6, and also the note on page 20:
  2. 24 November 2004: Chavez Receives Gaddafi Prize. Jean Ziegler helped create the prize in 1989; Ziegler was the spokesman who announced the prize to the world; and Ziegler served as VP of the Geneva front group that managed the prize, "Nord Sud XXI," a phony UN-accredited NGO whose logo is identical to that of the Gaddafi Prize. Photo:
     
  3. El Mundo: "El presidente de Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, recibió este miércoles en Trípoli el Premio Internacional para los Derechos Humanos Gadafi 2004 en reconocimiento "a la cooperación para construir un mundo más humano y más justo..."
  4. Notice the logo on the prize -- it's same as logo of Ziegler's phony NGO, "Nord Sud XXI:
  5. 2009: Qaddafi receives prize and a sword from Chavez. An orchestrated Venezuelan crowd cheers Gaddafi.
  6. 28 Sep 2009 Hugo Chávez entrega a Muammar Gaddafi réplica de la espada de Simón Bolívar
  7. 7 October 2011: Jean Ziegler, then Vice-President of the UN Human Rights Council Advisory committee, praises Hugo Chavez. TeleSurTV: "El vicepresidente del Comité consultivo del Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU, Jean Ziegler, resaltó los avances de Venezuela en materia social, entre los que destacan la erradicación del analfabetismo y la reforma agraria."
  8. Consejo de DD.HH. resalta avances sociales de Venezuela
  9. August 2013: One year after Ziegler failed in his application to stay at the UN, Switzerland sends letter to all UN member states asking them to support Jean Ziegler's return to the UN Human Rights Council.  Human rights activists and former political prisoners from Cuba, China and around the world oppose the nomination. For more info:
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