|IRWIN COTLER receives his honorary doctorate from BGU president Rivka Carmi, rector Zvi HaCohen and former Supreme Court president Aharon Barak on Tuesday night|
Did you all know Irwin Cotler has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize (perception management) by none other then..... Wait for it...... Prof. Alan Dershowitz.
"Cotler, who has been nominated by Prof. Alan Dershowitz for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, was one of six recipients of honorary doctoral degrees conferred by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev"We all know, or should be aware of Mr Dershowitz's good pal and travel service provider
- Jeffery Epstein? Pedophile kingpin.
Nobel Peace Prizes and all other awards of prestige are instruments of perception management!
One word that has two meanings and is used often in an ‘appeal to authority’ manner is Prestige/ Prestigious.
Most of us wrongly assume that prestige or prestigious is about:“the respect and admiration that someone or something gets for being successful or important”If you thought that was all there was to that word, you would be mistaken
“commanding position in people's minds”
originates : Mid 17th century (in the sense 'illusion, conjuring trick'): from French, literally 'illusion, glamour', from late Latin praestigium 'illusion', from Latin praestigiae (plural) 'conjuring tricks'. The transference of meaning occurred by way of the sense 'dazzling influence, glamour', at first depreciatory.
“A small group can change the world,” Cotler said in Hebrew, adding in English: “I think if I had a message, it’s not to remain indifferent. Stand up against injustice! Make sure that every day you do something to advance the cause of justice. I have hope that at the end of the day, the struggle for justice and human rights will be won.”Retch. Gag. Spew. Vomit-
Cotler, 76, a law professor at McGill University who served as justice minister and attorney general in Canada, was honored by BGU as “an illustrious legal scholar who has dedicated himself to upholding justice and protecting the rights of all people.”
In a lecture in the Senate Hall preceding the ceremony, Cotler discussed his role in pushing for the release of political prisoners around the world, from Anatoly (Natan) Sharansky in the former Soviet Union to Nelson Mandela in South Africa.
Cotler opened his speech by quoting his father urging him, in the Jewish tradition, to pursue justice, and his mother advising him to go out into the world and combat the injustice you feel, both within and outside your community.
Cotler has never really served justice in general. He's just served some skewed version of justice for certain agendas and peoples.