3/08/2012

Fight against neo-colonialism of large mining & energy company!

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Against big mining and energy companies that builds their empire in Latinoamerica, making ancient cultures leave their holy lands and taking no consideration for their demands, not even informing them; that is the case of the Ixil people in Guatemala, the responsible: Enel. The same greedy company that subjected the Ixil people is targeting the second largest water supply in the world, Patagonia, for building five mega hydroelectric power centrals; chilean people and their voices had been silence by opressive goverments, yet they're still claiming "Patagonia without dams!". In La Rioja, Argentina, Osisko and their open cast mining project in mount Famatina. Again, people's demands have not been heard.
Citizens of the world the time has come to fight against the neo-colonialism of the large mining and energy companies.
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3 comments:

  1. http://www.xinguvivo.org.br/2012/04/02/operario-de-belo-monte-e-preso-durante-repressao-da-policia-greve-continua/

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  2. Dear Partner,

    Greetings!

    Those who accept colonialism believe in discrimination. Now that we know that the political parties will not solve this problem, I invite you to join the non-violent protest to demand that the United States (US) decolonize Puerto Rico (PR) immediately. It will be on Monday, June 17, 2013 from 8 AM to 5 PM outside the United Nations (UN) visitor’s entrance located on 46th Street and First Avenue in New York City.

    The UN has determined that colonialism is a crime against humanity in 1960 under Resolution 1514 (XV). That’s why the UN celebrates every year a hearing about Puerto Rico decolonization. Every year the UN puts forth a resolution asking the US to decolonize PR. Despite 30 of these resolutions, PR is still the oldest and most populated colony in the world! It is obvious by now that the US is not going to decolonize PR just because the UN asks.

    Through education, we must create a domestic and international solidarity with this cause to pressure the US to do what historically she has refused to do. This is why we need everyone who also believes that colonialism is a crime against humanity to join the protest to demand compliance to international law!

    Puerto Rico has been a colony of the US for 114 years. The US’ intention is to keep PR a colony forever unless we do something about it. It is important to note that: democracy isn’t what a government does. Democracy is what people do!
    President John F. Kennedy said, “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice anywhere.” These ideas, of course, are the reasons why the United Nations was created after World War II.

    It is up to us to defend the fundamental human rights that promote world peace. The tragedy of doing nothing is that we will have the kind of government that we deserve!

    Sincerely,

    José M. López Sierra

    For more information:
    www.TodosUnidosDescolonizarPR.blogspot.com
    Compañeros Unidos para la Descolonización de Puerto Rico

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  3. Greetings,

    We need to work together to decolonize Puerto Rico and free Oscar López Rivera. Join 2 peaceful protests until it is accomplished!

    Un abrazo,
    José
    www.TodosUnidosDescolonizarPR.blogspot.com

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