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:: ONU - XX Assemblea Generale (1965):
XX Assemblea Generale dell’ONU (1965)
dichiara "la legittimità della
lotta da parte dei popoli sotto
oppressione coloniale, per esercitare il
loro diritto all' autodeter-
Inoltre, l'Assemblea invita "tutti
gli Stati a fornire assistenza morale e
materiale ai movimenti di liberazione
nazionale nei territori coloniali".
- Risoluzione 1514
Generale dichiara che: la soggezione dei
popoli a dominio straniero, conquista e
asservimento costituisce una negazione
dei diritti umani fondamentali, è
contraria alla Carta delle Nazioni Unite
ed è un impedimento alla promozione
della pace e della cooperazione mondiali.
Tutti i popoli hanno diritto
minazione; in virtù di
tale diritto essi devono liberamente
determinare il loro status politico e
liberamente perseguire il loro sviluppo
economico, sociale e culturale".
di Ginevra, Protocollo Addizionale I
armata può essere usata, come ultima
risorsa, come mezzo per esercitare il
diritto all' autodeter-
base allo Statuto del Tribunale penale
internazionale, sono definiti “crimini
(1) attacchi lanciati intenzionalmente
contro popolazione civili in quanto tali
o contro civili che non prendano
direttamente parte alle ostilità;
(4) attacchi lanciati intenzionalmente
nella consapevolezza che gli stessi
avranno come conseguenza la perdita di
vite umane tra la popolazione civile, e
lesioni a civili o danni a proprietà
civili ovvero danni diffusi duraturi e
gravi all’ambiente naturale che siano
manifestamente eccessivi rispetto all’insieme
dei concreti e diretti i vantaggi
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Patriotic Yardsticks for Unpatriotic Giant Corporations
by Ralph Nader
May 16, 2013 - Why are big, global U.S. corporations so unpatriotic? After all, they were created in the U.S.A., rose to immense profit because of the toil of American workers, are bailed out by American taxpayers whenever they’re in trouble, and are safeguarded abroad by the U.S. military. Yet these corporate Goliaths work their tax lawyers overtime to escape U.S. taxes. Many pay less than you do in federal income taxes. Imagine corporations, like General Electric, have not paid federal income taxes on U.S. profits for years. Mega corporations have abandoned U.S. workers by entrenching "pull-down" trade agreements that make it easier than ever to ship jobs and whole industries to fascist and communist regimes abroad which keep their workers near serfdom. Remember, the U.S. has run large trade deficits for the past 30 years as a result of anti-American trade deals pushed by these global companies. These Goliaths are pressing for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement that will further pull down our economy...
continua / continued  [ 18-may-2013 15:43 ECT ]
Why Obama Can & Should Close Guantanamo NOW
by Debra Sweet
May 16, 2013 - While promoting the message to Close Guantanamo that we are raising funds to publish in The New York Times, we have been hearing, especially in the Twitterverse, that people think, because Obama promised to close Guantanamo, and says that Congress is not allowing him to do that, the main problem is with Congress...Obama repeated, in remarks at a press conference last month, that it is Congress who refuses to let him release prisoners who have been cleared for release. 86 prisoners were cleared, some back to 2006, by the Bush administration, and then again by a task force of Obama’s own creation in 2009, after what he’s called a very "thorough review."
There are 3 main reasons the ball is in Obama’s court on Guantanamo: 1. Obama put in place the ban on transferring the 56 Yemeni prisoners, out of the 86 who have been cleared for release...
continua / continued  [ 18-may-2013 04:55 ECT ]
Secrecy, Drones, Prisons and Kill Lists
by ALYSSA ROHRICHT
May 16, 2013- ... From the very start of Obama’s presidency, he and his administration have managed to take the Bush-era attack on civil liberties and not just continue them, but in many cases, significantly expand them (Lena Groeger and Cora Currier of ProPublica have created a fantastic interactive list here). The AP phone records story, while certainly significant, is not the first time the Obama administration has acted above the law. Glenn Greenwald wrote for a piece in The Guardian."And then there are the two War on Terror presidents. George Bush seized on the 9/11 attack to usher in radical new surveillance and detention powers in the PATRIOT ACT, spied for years on the communications of US citizens without the warrants required by law, and claimed the power to indefinitely imprison even US citizens without charges in military brigs. His successor, Barack Obama, went further by claiming the power not merely to detain citizens without judicial review but to assassinate them….
continua / continued  [ 18-may-2013 02:54 ECT ]
Children bear the brunt of Israeli incursions into Kfur Qaddoum
Defence for Children International-Palestine Section
May 15, 2013 - Ten children, among them 6-year-old Ali, required medical attention after a tear gas canister landed in the room where they had taken shelter during clashes between Kfur Qaddoum villagers and Israeli soldiers. Night-time incursions, home invasions and arrests by the Israeli military occur frequently in the Palestinian village of Kfur Qaddoum near the West Bank city of Nablus. One young villager, Hanan, 17, visibly shakes while recalling the story of the three nights during which Israeli soldiers raided her home. Woken up at 3 am by the sound of loud banging on the front door, Hanan was 12 the first time that soldiers entered her house to arrest a member of her family, her brother. The soldiers, she said, were kicking the door with their feet and rifles and entered the house with three dogs. "They were barking and they scared us."...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 22:03 ECT ]
“If you wanted to live, you left”
The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR)
May 15, 2013 - Today is Nakba Day, the day on which Palestinians mourn the loss of their homeland in 1948. 65 years ago, in May of 1948, Ghatheyya Mifleh al-Khawalda was a carefree 15-year-old girl who lived with her mother and sister in the village of al-Qastina in Mandatory Palestine, when they were forced, along with the rest of their village, to flee in the face of imminent threat from Jewish militias. For some time, the people of al-Qastina had received word of terrible attacks against other villages nearby, in which many had died. Fearing a similar fate, they left their home, and would never return to live there again. They became victims of what is referred to as the Nakba, meaning 'catastrophe’, the mass forced displacement of Palestinians from their homes in order to make way for citizens of the Jewish State of Israel which would be established soon afterwards...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 21:54 ECT ]
Radicalized = Weaponized = Kill at Will
May 15, 2013 - Like all advanced police states, the U.S. national security regime has begun speaking its own, degenerate language. It is a mode of speech that simultaneously defines the "enemy" and justifies his or her destruction. The soulless, bureaucratic roots of National Security Speech belie the ruthless intent, which is to make the utter destruction of the targeted group or individual appear to be the natural order of things. "Self-radicalization" is one of the terms coined by national security speakers. To people like President Obama, a guy who adds targets to his Kill List every Tuesday, "self-radicalization" represents a grave threat to the American state. "One of the dangers that we now face," said Obama, in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, "are self-radicalized individuals who are already in the United States," because it is difficult to prevent them from carrying out "plots."...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 19:41 ECT ]
Does This Not Outrage You?
The Revolting Syrian-يلا إرحل يا بشار
May 15, 2013 - Much has been said over the past two days in the world press about a sick video showing an FSA commander tearing the heart out of a dead Hezbullah fighter (sent to murder Syrians) in Qusayr, Homs and then eating it.
The video is vile. The act is vicious. The cannibalism is inexcusable. However, the 'outrage’ over this video has been proclaimed by Human Rights Watch to be "the most disgusting atrocity filmed in the Syrian Civil War". Human Rights Watch is also quoted in dozens of the world’s most widely read newspapers, television programs and news media networks stating the same. The media in general has taken the same attitude, saying that this single video, is the worst thing to have befallen the Syrian Revolution (they incorrectly call it a civil war). Honestly? This video is the worst you people have seen come out of Syria? If that’s the case, then allow me to educate you for a moment.Countless keyboard pontificators, armchair generals, faux-leftists and of course, Assad’s supporters have pounced on this video, waved it like a flag in the wind, and declared that every Syrian who is not on Assad’s side of the massacre (again, not civil war) is a 'dirty cannibal terrorist’. And yes, they apply that label to babies, children, women, the elderly and the 90,000+ martyrs that Assad’s forces have killed since March 2011...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 19:09 ECT ]
Right of Return still key – Nakba Day demonstrations violently suppressed by Israeli forces
International Solidarity Movement
May 15, 2013 - The 15th May marks the 65th anniversary of the expulsion of 750,000 Palestinians from their homes and the destruction – and massacre in some cases – of more than 500 Palestinian villages by Zionist forces in 1948. 65 years on, the same Zionist project of expelling the indigenous population of Palestine continues. House demolitions, land confiscation, settlement expansion, military occupation, restriction of movement and systematic bombing of the Gaza Strip are aimed at ethnically cleansing Palestine for the sake of the Zionist dream: Greater Israel. Palestinians from different villages and cities across the West Bank, Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip and refugee camps in neighbouring Arab countries have commemorated the 65th anniversary of the Nakba, claiming once again their right of return to their land, their homes and their history...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 18:31 ECT ]
Watch: “From Al-Araqib to Susiya” - Palestinians highlight Israel’s ongoing efforts to expel them
May 15, 2013 - Today, 15 May, Nakba Day, Palestinians everywhere mark the 65th anniversary of their continuing expulsion and exile from their homeland.A new short film, released to mark this date, features Palestinians talking about their experiences of ongoing forced removal from their lands and homes by Israel.The film "documents a journey between the two villages and two communities, whose very existence on their land is under threat today" according to Adalah, the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, which produced it."It also demonstrates how, in the face of a single Israeli policy to forcibly displace Palestinians on both sides of the Green Line, the people are drawing on deep reserves of courage and steadfastness to remain on their land."...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 18:10 ECT ]
65th Commemoration: Ongoing Nakba and Secondary Forcible Displacement
BADIL - Resource Center for Palestinian Residencyand Refugee Rights
May 15, 2013- Of the 11.4 million Palestinians worldwide, 66% are forcible displaced, (refugees and internally displaced people) and over half live in the Shatat (forced exile). Instead of an event relegated to history, the Nakba continues into its 65th year – the central source for the annual increase of these displacement statistics.In the past year, for example, Israeli colonization, occupation and apartheid have targeted the indigenous presence of Palestinians particularly in Jerusalem, Area C of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip Buffer Zone and the Naqab. On 6 May 2013, Israel approved the Prawer Plan, which threatens to forcibly displace up to 70,000 Palestinian Bedouin in the Naqab. On the same day, Israel issued 11 home demolition orders in Deir Nidham village near Ramallah, which, if carried out, will make 40 Palestinians homeless. On large and small scales, the displacement of the ongoing Nakba repeats the original crime and tragedy producing Palestinian refugees and Internally Displaced Persons annually...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 17:41 ECT ]
How the US Turned Three Pacifists into Violent Terrorists
by Fran Quigley
May 15, 2013- In just ten months, the United States managed to transform an 82 year-old Catholic nun and two pacifists from non-violent anti-nuclear peace protestors accused of misdemeanor trespassing into federal felons convicted of violent crimes of terrorism. Now in jail awaiting sentencing for their acts at an Oak Ridge, TN nuclear weapons production facility, their story should chill every person concerned about dissent in the US. Here is how it happened. In the early morning hours of Saturday June 28, 2012, long-time peace activists Sr. Megan Rice, 82, Greg Boertje-Obed, 57, and Michael Walli, 63, cut through the chain link fence surrounding the Oak Ridge Y-12 nuclear weapons production facility and trespassed onto the property. Y-12, called the Fort Knox of the nuclear weapons industry, stores hundreds of metric tons of highly enriched uranium and works on every single one of the thousands of nuclear weapons maintained by the U.S...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 17:27 ECT ]
On Political Preconditions
May 15, 2013- To the extent that diplomacy solves international problems it depends on the satisfaction of the political preconditions that must be met for negotiations betweensovereign states to reach sustainable and benevolent results. To clarify the point, in situations where there is a clear winner and loser, political preconditions are irrelevant, as the winner can dictate the terms, either imposing them as was done after World War II in response to the unconditional surrender of Germany and Japan, or offering proposals on a 'take it or leave it’ basis. This is what Israel has attempted to do over the course of the twenty years that the Oslo Framework, the Roadmap, and the Quartet, have provided the ground rules for diplomacy with respect to Israel/Palestine negotiations. Israel has performed as if the winner, and expected Palestine to act as if the loser, but so far this scenario has not produced the desired outcome, a 'peace’ essentially framed in accordance with Israel’s priorities (retaining settlements by critical land swaps, annexing the whole of Jerusalem, maintaining access to West Bank aquifers, ignoring refugees, de-linking Gaza)...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 05:15 ECT ]
How Baghdad Fuels Iraq's Sectarian Fire
By SARAH LEAH WHITSON
May 15, 2013 — The Iraqi government has hurled the country to the brink of a new civil war. In under a month, Baghdad launched a vicious assault on a Sunni protest camp, resulting in 44 deaths; executed 21 alleged Sunni terrorists in one day, and suspended the licenses of 10 satellite channels, 9 of them deemed pro-Sunni. Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki’s message to his country’s extremely disaffected Sunni minority, which resists with an increasing sense of futility joining the battles between Maliki’s forces and extremists? "Bring It On!"...The government has failed to address any of the major grievances of the Sunni — and even some Shia — communities. Those include ongoing exclusion from the political process, with regular delays in elections; no real reforms in the punitive, wildly overbroad "De-Baathification" and antiterrorism laws; increasingly centralized power in the hands of the prime minister; and brutal policing, with mass arrests, unfair trials and endemic torture in Iraqi prisons. ..
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 04:40 ECT ]
New revelations of torture and murder of Afghan civilians by US Special Forces
By Thomas Gaist
May 15, 2013 -Zakaria Kandahari, a member of a US Special Forces "A Team," has been accused by Afghan officials of carrying out and directing the torture of 15 civilians detained in recent raids in Warduk province. Afghan officials say Kandahari is an American of Afghan descent and a leader of the Special Forces unit.Of the 15 prisoners, seven are confirmed dead, with the other eight missing. The body of one of the prisoners, Mohammad Qassim, was found dumped in a trash pit outside a US installation shortly after the detentions.US forces have long conducted bloody counter-insurgency operations in the province, just west of Kabul, prompting repeated accusations by local villagers that they torture and murder civilians. In February, responding to popular outrage, President Hamid Karzai demanded Special Forces cease operations in province...
continua / continued  [ 17-may-2013 04:36 ECT ]
Justice Department's pursuit of AP's phone records is both extreme and dangerous
May 14, 2013 - Associated Press on Monday revealed that the Department of Justice (DOJ) "secretly obtained two months of telephone records of [its] reporters and editors", denouncing it as a "massive and unprecedented intrusion" into the news gathering process. In a letter sent yesterday to Attorney General Eric Holder, AP's President, Gary Pruitt, detailed that the phone records cover more than 20 telephone lines used by AP journalists, including their homes, offices and cell phones. He said the phones for which the DOJ obtained records also include ones at the AP bureaus in New York City, Washington DC, Hartford, and at the House of Representatives...
continua / continued  [ 16-may-2013 16:34 ECT ]
“Torture is for Torture, the System is for the System”: Shaker Aamer’s Letters from Guantánamo
May 14, 2013 - The quote in the title of this article is from 1984 (aka Nineteen Eighty-Four), George Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece, published in June 1949, which Shaker Aamer, the last British resident in Guantánamo, described as being "probably the book I’ve read more than any other but the Holy Koran" in a recent letter to his family from Guantánamo.I recently wrote about the latest developments — or the lack of them — in Shaker’s case, which continues to be a transatlantic game of political football, in which responsibility for his continued detention, six years after he was first cleared for release, is bounced from Washington to London and back with no regard for Shaker’s ongoing suffering or the injustice of holding a man who has long been cleared for release. Shaker’s suffering — and the injustice of holding a man long cleared for release — are part of a much bigger story, of course, in which a prison-wide hunger strike at Guantánamo, involving the majority of the 166 prisoners still held, is now in its fourth month, and 85 of those men — in addition to Shaker — are also being held despite being cleared for release ....
continua / continued  [ 16-may-2013 06:12 ECT ]
Iraq's invisible refugee crisis
May 14, 2013 - Maki al-Nazzal, a 57-year-old Iraqi from Fallujah, returned to Amman a week ago from a visit to his home city in Iraq. Having lived in Jordan since 2007, Nazzal, like most refugees, wants nothing more than to return to his home country.He had returned to test the waters, after having to flee in 2007 under threat to his life from having been first an outspoken critic of the US occupation of Iraq, and more recently having been critical of the regime of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki."When you tell the truth about what is happening in Iraq, this puts you in danger," Nazzal, a political analyst who has frequently appeared on television, told Al Jazeera. "After two of my sons were arrested in Fallujah, I left Iraq. I had no choice but to leave."..
continua / continued  [ 16-may-2013 05:48 ECT ]
Saudis overtaking Qatar in sponsoring Syrian rebels
May 14, 2013- Last week, a 12-member delegation from the Syrian opposition visited Saudi Arabia, for an unprecedented two-day official meeting.Saudi authorities had consistently declined to meet the opposition, despite repeated requests. This was partly because the kingdom has opposed Muslim Brotherhood dominance in the Syrian National Council and then the National Coalition, owing to the Brotherhood's alliance with Qatar and Turkey and opposition to inclusivity.But last week, surprisingly, the Saudi foreign minister, Saud Al Faisal, met Syrian Brotherhood deputy leader Mahmoud Farouq Tayfour, in one-to-one talks.The Brotherhood had previously been confident in its alliance with Qatar and Turkey, and saw no need to offer concessions to engage other countries, including Saudi Arabia. So this meeting, which came after an "eager appeal" from the Brotherhood, suggests a shift in regional dynamics.Two separate sources close to the opposition say Mr Tayfour assured the Saudi minister that "Syria's Brotherhood will definitely not be like Egypt's Brotherhood"....
continua / continued  [ 16-may-2013 05:39 ECT ]
Marwan Barghouthi: “Right Of Return, A Sacred Right”
May 14, 2013 - In a statement released from his prison cell, detained Palestinian political leader, Marwan Barghouthi, stated that May 15, marks the 65th anniversary of the Nakba, when Israel was established in the historic land of Palestine, over the ruins of hundreds of displaced and destroyed villages and towns, and added that on this day, the Palestinians reaffirm their legitimate inalienable Right of Return to their homeland. The Fateh leader said that the Palestinian people will never abandon their legitimate rights, and insist on the implementation of all related international resolutions, including United Nations General Assembly Resolution #194 regarding the Right of Return of the Palestinian refugees to their homeland...
continua / continued  [ 16-may-2013 05:31 ECT ]
Shaker Aamer, Abandoned in Guantánamo
May 14, 2013- Although the prison-wide hunger strike at Guantánamo is still raging, and President Obama spoke eloquently last week about the need for the prison to be closed, it remains painfully true that, for the 86 prisoners (out of 166 in total), who were cleared for release by an inter-agency task force that President Obama established in 2009, there is still no easy route out.The case of Shaker Aamer, the last British resident in the prison, ought to be the easiest to resolve. One of the 86, his return has regularly been requested since August 2007 by the British government, and the legislative obstacles raised by Congress to prevent the release of prisoners to countries they regard as dangerous doesn’t apply in Shaker’s case — the UK, after all, where his wife and children live, and are all British citizens, is America’s staunchest ally in the "war on terror," and more than capable of keeping Shaker under surveillance if that were to be requested....
continua / continued  [ 16-may-2013 05:14 ECT ]
Syria News - May 13, 2013 (Warning: Graphic Videos)
Local Coordination Committees of Syria + Videos
May 13, 2013 - By the end of Monday, local coordination coomitttes documented 81 martyrs including 3 women, 4 children and 2 martyrs under torture: 35 martyrs were reported in Damascus and its suburbs; 14 in Hama; 10 in Aleppo;10 in Homs; 6 in Idlib; 4 in Daraa; and 2 in Deir Ezzor. The committees have documented 415 points of shelling in different Syrian cites and areas among them 47 points were under warplane shelling, and explosive barrels were recorded used in Erbeen, Mleiha, Mseifra, and the perimeter of Menegh Military Airport, also Saraqeb was targeted with cluster bombs and Erbeen with thermobaric bombs, whereas artillery shelling was reported in 143 points, mortar shelling in 115 points, and rocket shelling in 103 points........
continua / continued  [ 16-may-2013 04:41 ECT ]
Israeli airport sorts passengers with ‘Jewish stickers’ and ‘Arab stickers’
by Philip Weiss
May 13, 2013- This shocking story-- of yet another "huge humiliation" of a non-Jew at Ben Gurion airport-- was posted by Mira Awad, an Israeli Palestinian singer, on her Facebook page, in Hebrew, today. Ami Kaufman at +972 provided a translation of the entry, and notes that Awad is a celebrity in Israel. Awad in translation: So, I was checked at the airport, they asked the questions, put the stickers on, and I proceeded to the X-Ray machine. Suddenly, the young security man comes to me: "Mira? Mira Awad?" Me: "Yes?" Security man: "Can I see your passport? There’s a mistake with the sticker." I almost told him: "No, you’re not mistaken, I see you put the right one on — the sticker for Arabs", but I didn’t say that (security people have their humor extracted during their preparatory course). I gave him my passport, he opens it, takes off the sticker in the passport and on the suitcase and puts on a new one, different, the same color but smaller. Now the dilemma. On the one hand it’s obvious the young man has just made my life easier by putting on the sticker for Jews. On the other hand, it’s one of the things that it’s hard to say thanks for...
continua / continued  [ 15-may-2013 23:01 ECT ]
Biden and Bush: Two (Imperialist) Peas in a (Colonialist) Pod
May 13, 2013 - ...Biden beseeches the aether, in earnest, "Why this terrorist phenomenon at the beginning of the 21 century." Apparently "this terrorist phenomenon," this whole "terrorism" thing, is new in human history, going back only a decade. Native American genocide; scorched earth campaigns in the Philippine-American war; the annexation of half of Mexico; the bombing of Nagasaki, Hiroshima, and Dresden; the My Lai Massacre; the use of Agent Orange on Vietnamese civilians; the use of white phosphorous of Iraqi civilians (before 2003); the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia—none of this was "terrorism." The myopia is astounding. But the innocence in his voice, his incessant interrogative cries, the childlike sincerity, bring us to tears. Why do they hate us, Mommy? Why can’t they just be nice?...
continua / continued  [ 15-may-2013 22:50 ECT ]
Egypt's 6 April joins signature drive against President Morsi
May 13, 2013- Egypt's 6 April Youth Group has joined the recently launched 'Rebel Movement' campaign, which aims to collect citizens' signatures for a petition calling for a vote of no-confidence in the administration of President Mohamed Morsi. Khaled El-Masry, 6 April spokesman, stated on Sunday that the new signature drive represented a "peaceful, forward-thinking and democratic means by which to oppose the current regime and reveal the extent of its [declining] popularity among the Egyptian public." According to organisers, the campaign is currently active in 19 out of Egypt's 27 governorates and in nine foreign countries... At a Sunday afternoon press conference, a Rebel Movement spokesman stated that a total of 2 million signatures had already been collected. In Cairo alone, he said, 800,000 signatures had been collected, while another 10,000 had been gathered in the Suez governorate...
continua / continued  [ 15-may-2013 22:29 ECT ]
Brother and sister arrested without charge in Kufr Qalil
International Solidarity Movement
May 13, 2013 - At 1:30 am on May 12, Israeli soldiers arrested a brother and sister from Kufr Qalil without charge and ransacked their home, terrorizing their family and leaving them with no information about the siblings’ imprisonment. Israeli soldiers arrived at the residence of Abu Mahyoub Mansour in Kufr Qalil in south Nablus as at least five army jeeps surrounded the family home and eighteen soldiers entered looking for his daughter Tahrir, 29 and son Saddam, 27. All thirteen occupants in the house, including two small children, were woken and made to walk downstairs into one room, among them the youngest daughter, 19, who is severely disabled with cerebral palsy. She cannot walk and had to be woken up and carried down, crying in fear...
continua / continued  [ 15-may-2013 21:33 ECT ]
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