EXCLUSIVE: George Clooney Proves Everyone Loves a Man in Uniform! See Photos From His New Nespresso Campaign

10/29/2015 at 07:30 PM ET

George Clooney on the set of the Nespresso campaign
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Is there anything more irresistible than a man in uniform? Not when that man is George Clooney and definitely not when he’s holding a steaming cup of coffee.

Luckily for us, Nespresso is making that exact fantasy a reality, thanks to their new North American campaign, “Experience a Cup Above,” which the company will launch on November 2, and will include a commercial featuring Clooney in full military regalia, alongside Danny DeVito — which means you now have yet another very good reason to watch a lot of TV.

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The 30 and 60 second spots also mark the first time a branded advertising campaign in North America will feature Clooney.

Still, the gourmet coffee company didn’t just choose Clooney to be their U.S. brand ambassador simply because of his charm and good looks. The Oscar winner has worked with the company for nearly a decade, starring in international campaigns, and serving as a member of the Nespresso Sustainability Advisory Board, which works to find ways to improve the lives of and futures of coffee farmers around the world.

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“I’ve been working with Nespresso internationally for nine years and I really love and respect the brand, what they do, and how they do it,” said Clooney in a press release. “[We] have a shared commitment to sustainability, most recently helping to rebuild coffee farms in South Sudan.”

So, now you can feel twice as good when you have that cup of coffee in the morning.

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In addition to Clooney channeling An Officer and a Gentleman for the ads, he’ll also appear in print, digital and social media ads for the company, giving you yet another way to ensure that your day gets off to a great start. In the meantime, at least we’ll have these exclusive shots of him on the set of the Nespresso commerical to hold us over.

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Good morning, indeed.

—Julia Emmanuele

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Charity on

Clowney looks washed up and not in good shape in that uniform. Gayblade is tiresome.

Politically Incorrect on

That outfit…is that the military uniform for Obama’s “North American Union ” outfit? Oh and yes…let’s talk about his work with Nespresso. Ten years he’s worked with them under the guise of “sustainability” which equates to using the UN’s “Responsibility to Protect” to move in and annex South Sudan for it’s cocoa fields and, yes, oil. Nespresso landed the coffee fields and oil. In fact, he and the Soros brothers have been plotting to harvest the resources from the South Sudan for quite some time.

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The culmination of Clooney’s African “humanitaianism” as cover for his involvement in the “green scheme” came on July 16, 2013. Nespresso and Techonserve launched a partnership to “improve the livelihoods of smaller coffee farmers while creating a more ‘sustainable’ (i.e. “green scheme”) source of supply for Nespresso”. Clooney has been a very well paid PR rep for Nespresso for a long time. Once the South Sudan split, he informed Nespresso of the rich coffee bean resources there. Nespresso realized it had an “opportunity to stamp its name on an entirely new coffee origin. In doing so it is capitalizing on novelty, quality and the feel-good aspects of investing in a good cause that happens to be backed by an international celebrity.” Translation? It will exploit the resources to make lots of “green:”. In 2013, the company convened its first “Sustainability Advisory Board, which will provide insight and recommendations to enhance Nespresso’s long-term sustainability strategy. The board is composed of experts and thought leaders in the area of sustainability, including TechnoServe President and CEO Bruce McNamer”…and George Clooney? Yes, he is on the board as a “thought leader”. The need for cynicism might not be so great if Clooney’s history of elitism and support of the 1% were not so great…and the fact that a 20 year board member of Technoserve was George Soros’s brother Paul.

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What we have here is cronyism from war profiteering in a nutshell—Clooney campaigned for South Sudan’s independence, then a primary financial supplier of Clooney’s heads in to lay claim to their resources as “sustainability” while using a Soros backed initiative to promote it. Mind you, this is the same Nespresso who paid the greatest humanitarian of all time handsomely to shill their coffee while their C.E.O. declared water was not a human right. Clooney likes to boast that the money made from one of his contracts was used to fund his initial satellite project that just so happened to keep an eye on his coffee resources in South Sudan atrocities in Sudan to be able to call out those who profit from war. Anyone else see the irony in that statement? Yes…this David Swanson from Global Research did: “Clooney’s new organization, “The Sentry,” is part of The Enough Project, which is part of the Center for American Progress, which is a leading backer of “humanitarian” wars, and various other wars for that matter — and which is funded by the world’s top war profiteer, Lockheed Martin, and by number-two Boeing, among other war profiteers.” Keep in mind Clooney also supports the Soros funded “rebellion” in the Ukraine. One might guess wars or “conflicts” are okay if they are Soros/UN supported.

Charlotte on

Man, he’s looking really old these days! It might be time for a little nip tuck!

Politically Incorrect on

“George Clooney Paid by Lockheed Martin to Oppose War Profiteering by Africans Disloyal to the U.S. Agenda”

““Real leverage for peace and human rights will come when the people who benefit from war will pay a price for the damage they cause,” said Clooney — without encountering anything like the blowback Donald Trump received when he criticized John McCain.

Really, is that all it takes to give peace a chance, a celebrity? Will the media now cover the matter of who funds opponents of the Iran deal, and who funds supporters of the wars in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, etc.?

Well, no, not really.

It turns out Clooney opposes, not war profiteering in general, but war profiteering while African. In fact, Clooney’s concern is limited, at least thus far, to five African nations: Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, though these are not the only nations in Africa or the world with serious wars underway.

What does George Clooney’s new organization say about the DRC? A very different story from that told by Friends of the Congo. According to Clooney’s group the killing in the Congo happens “despite years of international attention,” not because of it. Clooney’s organization also promotes this argument for more U.S. warmaking in the DRC from Kathryn Bigelow, best known for producing the CIA propaganda film Zero Dark Thirty.

On Sudan as well, there’s no blame for U.S. interference; instead Clooney’s crew has produced a brief for regime change.

On South Sudan, there’s no acknowledgement of U.S. warmongering in Ethiopia and Kenya, but a plea for more U.S. involvement.

The Central African Republic gets the same diagnosis as the others: local ahistorical spontaneous corruption and backwardness leading to war.

Clooney’s co-founder of the Sentry (dictionary definition of “Sentry” is “A guard, especially a soldier posted at a given spot to prevent the passage of unauthorized persons”) is John Prendergast, former Africa director for the National Security Council. Watch Prendergast find himself awkwardly in a debate with an informed person here.

Clooney’s wife, incidentally, works for U.S.-friendly dictators and brutal killers in places like Bahrain and Libya.”

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George Clooney—war monger for profit–>>”The Democratic Push to Bomb Iraq Again” by David Swanson…see prior post ” The Center for American Progress, the head of whose “action fund,” former Democratic Congressman from Virginia’s Fifth District Tom Perriello, slipped through the revolving door into a State Department job in February, is now pushing for “principled” bombings of Iraq.

Principled or not, the Center for American Progress is funded by Lockheed Martin and other huge war profiteers. C.A.P. has just put out a report recommending that air strikes be considered.”

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George Clooney war monger for profit. ” SAVE DARFUR and ENOUGH PROJECT-DISMANTLING THE LIES” ” Now in South Sudan after the onslaught of Save Darfur one fact alone explains the answer to this humanitarian crisis. Glencore Xstrata own 49% of South Sudanese oil rights and life for the average person in this fabrication of a balkanized Sudan has little changed.”

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Supposedly “green” and “sustainable” Clooney makes mad bank shilling for a company whose CEO says water is not a human right while continuing to drain drought stricken California for water to bottle and sell: “”Nestle continues pumping California dry to sell public water for outrageous profits” — Drought-shaming in California – the calling out, usually via social media, of neighbors and others who break water-use rules – has become quite prevalent as the state continues to suffer through a historic drought. But not everyone is getting shamed equally.

As reported by TheAntiMedia.com, one company that is getting less than its fair share of shame is Nestle, which, though the giant company has drawn some of the public’s ire, has not received nearly enough “to have spontaneously sprouted a conscience.”

Nestle has somehow managed the most sweetheart of deals for its Arrowhead 100% Mountain Spring Water, which is ostensibly sourced from Arrowhead Springs — and which also happens to be located on public land in a national forest.

In 2013, the company drew 27 million gallons of water from 12 springs in Strawberry Canyon for the brand — apparently by employing rather impressive legerdemain — considering the permit to do so expired in 1988.

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“Ten Reasons to Suspect “Save Darfur” is a PR Scam”-
4. It’s all about Sudanese oil.
5. It’s all about Sudanese uranium, gum arabic and other natural resources.
6. It’s all about Sudan’s strategic location
7. The backers and founders of the “Save Darfur” movement are the well-connected and well-funded U.S. foreign policy elite.
8. . None of the funds raised by the “Save Darfur Coalition”, the flagship of the “Save Darfur Movement” go to help needy Africans on the ground in Darfur, according to stories in both the Washington Post and the New York Times.
None of the money collected by Save Darfur goes to help the victims and their families. Instead, the coalition pours its proceeds into advocacy efforts that are primarily designed to persuade governments to act.

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After causing war to separate the natural resources of South Sudan from the rest of the country, Clooney as a Soros puppet (Paul was a 20 year board member for Technoserve) used cronyism set up a deal between them and “water isn’t a human right” nespresso to make mad money on the high brand coffee market. They’ll leave enough in Sudan to keep the farmers out of what they see as poverty and then share those evil, nasty capitalist profits. Clooney loves to present himself as “Mr. Everyday American” adopting puppies from shelters, you’d think he’d (1) work as actively to create jobs here and ((2) not shill for a company bleeding CA dry literally. He’s a warmonging sellout.
Time magazine:
““A small farmer working an acre of land can produce the best and most valuable coffee in the world,” says TechnoServe CEO William Warshauer, speaking on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum for Africa in Cape Town in early June. “We want the multinationals to make profits, and we want farmers to lift their families out of poverty. This project ticks both boxes.”

No one believes that coffee alone will pull South Sudan from the brink, least of all George Clooney. But it’s a start. “If there is to be lasting peace and prosperity in South Sudan, part of the equation will be a diversified economy and opportunities that benefit the people of the country,” says Clooney in a statement. “The investment by Nespresso and TechnoServe in South Sudan’s coffee sector, even while the conflict is ongoing, is providing much-needed income for hundreds of farmers and their families.” As with espresso, sometimes all that is needed is a quick shot to get things going.”

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I’ve posted over and over about Clooney as a globalist sellout. This is the culmination of all his hard selling out. I’ve said time again this would come up in time for “climate talks” in Paris which are designed to create a global banking system by destroying what’s left of capitalism. Read “Clooney Soros A Tale of Two Georges”. This guy’s been a lying sellout hack from day one. And then he brought Amal here. I hope “Our Brand is Crisis” tanks because, well, his brand is crisis…never let a good one go to waste when it can line his bank account and if one isn’t there, make it. Jerk.

Kloondashian on

WOW. Politically Incorrect…are you the same one who wrote that blog piece on him and this Soros guy? I thought it was nuts, but it seems you were dead on. So sad to see him such a globalist sellout. If I would have known this 20 years ago, I would have saved myself a lot of money. Now I’m going to get rocked with “climate change” and huge electric bills this winter to make him and Soros richer? PISS. OFF.

Sunny on

The man needs facial hair badly just like his butt buddy Brad Pitt.

Sleuth on

It’s beyond being a puppet-on-a-string for George Soros.
CIA red herrings.
Clooney’s fake marriage has to do with Islamist arms dealer Ziad Takieddine money-laundering to Clooney’s handlers, & negotiating supply of weapons to Middle East. American made arms.

Vivica on

Clooney is a terrorist supporter and so is his “BEARD” wife. Appalling!

Em on

He is not a man in uniform. He is an actor in uniform. What would have been sexier is if it was a REAL man in uniform.

Annie on

Funny that he’s trying to pass off the fact that he does commercials as some sort of political commitment! Nestle has been exploiting Africa for decades.
Clooney also does commercials for Martini-Rossi and Omega in Europe. Are we supposed to believe he does those so Martini-Rossi and Omega give free booze and watches to poor people in South Sudan?

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