¡Esto solamente requiere voluntad!
Let’s start with the obvious. When the UN realized that in 1952 Puerto Rico had not achieved self-government like the United States government said it did in order to get Puerto Rico off the UN’s list of colonies, it should have put Puerto Rico back on the list. How difficult could that have been? Today, 62 years later, Puerto Rico is still not on the UN’s list of colonies, although the UN holds annual hearings to decolonize her, is the oldest colony, and is the most populated!
Do you know that the UN has its own radio and television stations? One would have thought that the UN would have been broadcasting the annual Puerto Rico decolonization hearings from the very beginning. Guess what? It hasn’t. Why not? Is it afraid of the United States government? Either colonialism is a crime against humanity, or it is not. How could the UN have allowed the criminal to continue to threaten world peace for 45 years? Please write your letter letting the UN know that you want the 2016 Puerto Rico decolonization hearing broadcast live!