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martes, 18 de agosto de 2015

You can't believe in JUSTICE FOR ALL when you violate HUMAN RIGHTS

Click on the following link to read the United Nation’s (UN) 2014 report on the United States’ record on human rights. http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/22887-un-human-rights-committee-finds-us-in-serious-violation

This is how the United States (US) government institutionally violates people’s human rights every day.  If it does this at home to its own citizens, you know that it will not treat anybody else any better.  So, this notion that the US government spreads that it is a nation that respects the rule of law is obviously false.  This is why, we advocate that citizens must protest to make their government follow the law.

The US government is violating international law by maintaining Puerto Rico a colony of the US.  The US government has ignored 34 UN resolutions asking it to immediately decolonize Puerto Rico.  The US will never decolonize her unless it is forced to.

Every year, the UN holds its annual hearing about Puerto Rico decolonization on the Monday following Fathers’ Day.  We will be having a protest march for Puerto Rico decolonization every year on that same day at 9 AM from Hunter College to the UN.  Please join us so that one day this march will be so big that the US government will have to comply with the UN’s resolutions.  Martin Luther King Jr. said that “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”  And we say, those who violate their own citizens’ human rights, and maintain colonies, don’t believe in “JUSTICE FOR ALL!

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