domingo, 11 de junio de 2017
US citizens ignorant of international law. Why?
Click on the following link to read an article about Oscar Lopez Rivera being honored at today’s National Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City (NYC): http://nypost.com/2017/06/10/council-speaker-parades-terrorist-around-town/
United States (US) citizens do not know that colonialism is a crime against humanity, based on the law generated from the Nuremberg Trails against Nazis after World War II. The US government is the real convicted criminal, and definitely not Oscar Lopez Rivera.
Most US citizens are also unaware that the US government has, thus far, ignored 35 United Nations (UN) resolutions asking it to immediately give Puerto Rico’s sovereignty to the Puerto Ricans. That is why, Oscar is a Puerto Rican National Hero. He is standing up for the enforcement of the UN’s 1960 Resolution 1514 (XV) that established colonialism a crime.
Had Oscar done the crimes alleged by those who support the 1% of the United States, he still would not be considered, under international law, a criminal. Anyone living under colonialism has the right to use “whatever means necessary” to decolonize one’s homeland. Furthermore, had the US government evidence that Oscar bombed and killed people to advance Puerto Rico independence, he would have been convicted of that, instead of what he was convicted, “seditious conspiracy to overthrow the US government in Puerto Rico. Have you ever wondered, why does the US government have a legitimate authority over Puerto Rico?
The important question for me is whether governor of NY Cuomo, mayor of NYC Blasio, and the sponsors that are boycotting this year’s parade are ignorant of international law too, or, are they knowingly aiding the US government to continue perpetrating its crime for the purpose of continuing to exploit Puerto Ricans? Boycotters can get equal time refute this by contacting Edwin Molina at 561-758-7509.
Show your indignation by marching in the 4th Oscar – Mandela March in NYC on Monday, June 19, 2017. The march is on the very day that the UN holds its annual hearing on Puerto Rico decolonization. We will march at 9am from Hunter College to the Ralph Bunche Park across from the UN. The first 68 people at 68th Street and Lexington Avenue will receive a free t-shirt commemorating this historic march. Oscar said that he will participate! Click on this link to hear him say that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vvPLu8os5I
The entire UN hearing will be broadcast live exclusively by InformacionAlDesnudo for the world to see. Click here on Monday, June, 19, 2017 to be accurately informed about Puerto Rico’s 120 years history of US colonialism: https://www.youtube.com/user/DonnieMossberg/live.
Click here to see last year’s hear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otzBslJLbI0
Help us create a tsunami of people at our annual Oscar – Mandela March in NYC, because those who call Oscar a terrorist when in fact, it is the US government that is the real criminal, don’t believe in JUSTICE FOR ALL!