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martes, 9 de septiembre de 2014

United States Institute of Peace

Click on the link above to visit the website of the United States Institute of Peace. 

The institute’s mission and vision is to solve international conflict through peaceful means.  If that is the institute’s goal, it has failed miserably.

In 2013, the WIN/Gallup poll surveyed 68 countries to find out which country poses the greatest threat to world peace.  The United States, by far, beat all others with a 24% of those surveyed.  How, then, was it possible for President Obama to have received the Nobel Peace Prized?
Click the following link to see a video about this.

Why hasn’t this institute led the United States (US) government to comply with the 33 United Nations' resolutions asking it to immediately decolonize Puerto Rico, because of its threat to world peace?  It seems obvious to me that this institute is like when the US gave “Puerto Rico’s government” the name of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico in order to hide its colonial nature.  It’s just a front!
See the 2014 UN Puerto Rico decolonization hearing morning session by clicking this link:http://webtv.un.org/search/special-committee-on-the-situation-with-regard-to-the-implementation-of-the-declaration-on-the-granting-of-independence-to-colonial-countries-and-peoples-4th-meeting/3639598037001?term=puerto rico

The following link is for the afternoon session:
http://webtv.un.org/search/special-committee-on-the-situation-with-regard-to-the-implementation-of-the-declaration-on-the-granting-of-independence-to-colonial-countries-and-peoples-5th-meeting/3641178758001?term=puerto Rico

We invite all those who believe as the UN does that colonialism is a crime against humanity because it is a threat to world peace to peacefully protest at least 3 times a year until we decolonize Puerto Rico.
The first one will be a march in Puerto Rico to the US Courthouse on March 22 – The Abolition of Slavery Day.  The second one will be another march in Puerto Rico on the day before the UN hearing concerning the decolonization of Puerto Rico.  The third one will be a protest in New York City on the day that the UN has its annual hearing about the decolonization of Puerto Rico.  Of course, we will also support all demonstrations for the release of our Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López Rivera.

These protests are absolutely necessary, because 116 years of Puerto Rico colonialism means that the US government doesn't  believe in justice for all!    

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