NGOs Promote Wars for Profit
Well-known NGO's are profiteers earning big money.
by Stephen Lendman
Like better known war profiteers, NGOs also cash in. A Centre for the Study of Interventionism (CSI) report discussed it.
CSI challenges interventionist notions. Exponents believe "military violence" should enforce international law.
"These claims stand in contrast to" non-interventionist principles. UN Charter provisions and other international law enunciate them. CSI challenges current practice. Its new report discussed Libya.
It explains how lies promote war. It asked if "the case for R2P (responsibility to protect was) based on fraud." It wasn't on truth and international law. Its rage to fight spurned them.
The UN Charter's Chapter VI calls for resolving conflicts peacefully. Humanitarian intervention prohibits military force or other hostile acts.