Ricken Patel

Avaaz defines itself as “a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere.”

Avaaz is “incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)4 organization in the state of Delaware, USA“.(4) The foundation’s office is based in Manhattan, at 857 Broadway – 3rd floor  New York, NYthe same address as Res Publica – an entity which co-founded Avaaz along with Ricken Patel.

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RP’s advisory board includes Zainab Bangura, former board member of the Open Society Institute West Africa; John Podesta, CEO of the Center for American Progress; and Eli Pariser,(Jewish)  executive director of MoveOn.org.

It just happens to be another of those well funded Jewish NGOs that pop up everywhere and even if they have no real impact on the ground get a lot of free publicity in the Jewish press

Avaaz is a U.S.-based civic organization launched in January 2007 that promotes global activism on issues such as climate change, human rights, animal rights, corruption, poverty, and conflict.The Guardian considers it “the globe’s largest and most powerful online activist network”.

Given that the Guardian is a Rothschild owned media source that’s no a surprising assessment

Its founder and CEO is Ricken Patel who does sound very Indian but who happens to have a Jewish mother which makes him a Jew  His mother is English with Jewish roots and his father a Kenyan Indian, and the family lived in Edmonton in Canada.

What did Patel do before he founded Avaaz ?

Patel studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Balliol College, Oxford . He has a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government,

Wikipedia says After leaving Harvard, Patel lived in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Sudan and Afghanistan,  “consulting” for organizations including the International Crisis Group.

There was a civil war in Sierra Leone between 1991-2001 There has been almost continuous civil war in Liberia between 1989-2003 Sudan hosted Bin Laden for some time and  was bombed by the US in 1998 It was later also involved in civil war Everyone knows about Afghanistan

Which begs the question  What was a nice Oxford Cambridge educated HinJew (Hindu and Jewish) boy doing in such dangerous places ?


Ricken Patel, co-founder of Avaaz, has consulted for the International Crisis Group – another pro-war ‘think tank’. The ICG boasts Israeli war criminal Shimon Peres and former Saudi ambassador to the US as senior advisers, and George Soros as an Executive. The ICG is peppered with such names at the highest levels such as: Shlomo Ben-Ami – Former Foreign Minister of Israel, Zbigniew Brzezinski – Former U.S. National Security Advisor, Stanley Fischer – Governor of The Bank of Israel, Matthew McHugh – Former U.S. Congressman and Counselor to the World Bank President, Lord Robertson of Port Ellen – Former Secretary General of NATO, Morton Abramowitz – Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and Ambassador to Turkey, and Wesley Clark – Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander (Europe).

HinJew Patel did get around He was “consulting” for some pretty heavy kosher hitters

Patel was the founding Executive Director of ResPublica. While in the US, Patel was an online member of the group MoveOn.org, from which he learned the tools of online campaigning.

Ricken Patel delivers a petition to UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon at the People’s Climate March in New York City Sept. 21, 2014.

It does claim to not take any corporate money and since 2009 limit donations to 5000$ It also claims these sub 5000$ donations have crossed 20 million $ The claim that all this comes from “the generosity of individual members” is of course impossible to quantify, as is the claim that Avaaz “doesn’t accept payments of more than $5,000.”

What happened between 2007 when it was founded and 2009 is of course another matter altogether .

According NGO Monitor to the 2009 Form 990 (page 87) filed by the Open Society Foundations, OSF gave $600,000 to Avaaz.org via New York-based Res Publica; $300,000 for “general support to Avaaz.org” and $300,000 for “Avaaz.org’s work on climate change.”

Avaaz’s  990 form, from 2010, raises a number of questions. Avaaz has only 16 employees, and is listed as a ‘corporation’ for the purposes of the 990 submission. Oddly, for an organization that receives no governmental or corporate funding,Avaaz received over $6.7 million in 2010, and paid its President over $180,000 as a salary (still feel good about donating?).

Avaaz ‘s activities and agendas are quite at odds with its purported goals

Using emotive and crafty language,Alice Jay (Avaaz’s Campaign Director) blamed Assad for the Houla massacre indirectly, by alluding to the decision of several Western governments to expel Syrian diplomats:

Avaaz has also campaigned for a no fly zone in Libya which lead to US (Air Force) intervention and the downfall of Gadaffi which has lead to a civil war which has killed millions


The background of Res Publica offers a glimpse into the nature of Avaaz. 24 Hours for Darfur and Darfurian Voices  are two projects of Res Publica. These projects are aimed at drawing international attention to Darfur – with a view to demonising and vilifying the Arab government of Sudan:



The formation of mineral rich South Sudan and media attention on Darfur has been long running Jewish project

The funders and partners of Darfurian Voices, 24 Hours for Darfur, and Res Publica are incredibly revealing, and constitute a who’s who of Zionist, globalist, pro-empire organizations and bodies, even including the US State Department.



One such partner, Genocide Intervention, boasts amongst its Board Rabbi Steve Gutow, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs who insists that the government should “support Israel”. Gutow was also the founding regional director of AIPAC’s Southwest Region, and was the founding executive director of the National Jewish Democratic Council.


Another Board member is Ruth Messinger – president of American Jewish World Service, and member of Barack Obama’s Task Force on Global Poverty and Development.


Sitting alongside Gutow and Messinger is Joan Platt, who also serves on the board of Human Rights Watch – a prolific propaganda mill that has underpinned the NATO narrative of the wars on Libya and Syria. Human Rights Watch was also funded by Zionist heavyweight George Soros who contributed $100 million in 2010.  Source Empire Strikes Back

Then there’s the Soros Open Foundation Avaaz link via Brazilian Jewish lawyer Pedro Abramovay

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Pedro Abramovay (who is Jewish) is director of the Latin America Program and regional director of Latin America & the Caribbean at the Open Society Foundations Abramovay was also a campaign director for Avaaz, leading campaigns against corruption and for the promotion of human rights in Latin America,

Given Patels links to Jewish moneybags and his strange wanderings in war torn African countries where the CIA Mossad had active interest and his and Avaaz ‘s  links to Darfur and Syria one thing is certain Neither Avaaz nor Ricken Patel are who or what they  claim to be

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