Sign the Petition to

Barack Obama, President of United States; Joe Biden, President of U.S. Senate; Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Chairperson of the Non-Aligned Movement & President of Iran

PROTEST FOR THE RECOGNITION OF THE AMERICAN GENOCIDE
2.30 pm, Friday 26th April 2013
Caracas, Venenzuela

Remembering the Native American People, Promoting Latin American Solidarity.

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Non-Aligned Movement

Are we suppose to believe that the 500 Nations of 200 million Native Americans succumbed to European diseases after making contact with a people noted for their violent massacre of Native American's. If the plague, history's most deadly disease, more virulent and contagious, wiped out a third of Europe's population are we to believe that there was a magic flu that wiped out three quarters of a sparsly dispersed, agrarian Native American society. How can it be, that the worlds foremost democracy can be founded on history's largest genocide. 

We have reached the stage where history's largest genocide must be acknowledged in a public declaration of sincerity, democracy must not be impeded by the indiscretions of the past. Citizenship is the guardian of democracy and all people everywhere must have testimony to the dignity of America, a role model for democracy for many countries around the world.

Shah Sher 
Justice First 

To learn more about the Native American people, view this link: 

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Is todays US role in the Middle East impeding peace efforts? Creating circumstances of neglect, economic and ethnic strife that will inevitably lead to situations of ethnic cleansing and genocide? 

In order to change the world we need to be that change first. I Shaheeb Mahmood Sher demand a full public inquiry into the Iraq War, I agree to stand against tyranny and oppression and speak out against military force. 

We call on the United States to recognise the following demands: 

1) That self-determination be recognised as a fundamental right; actions against political due process be criminalised as terrorism. 
2) That international law and its provisions with regard to transfer of military force be respected; any transfer of military force to respect territorial integrity. 
3) That the US only condone a proportionate response to any humanitarian crisis and security threats be fully investigated and established before any transfer of military force. 
4) That the US arbitrate the risk factors inherent in any transfer of military force. 
5) That the US condemn drone attacks and associated civilian deaths as illegal under international law. 
6) That the US ends its policy of military detention of civilians. 
7) That the illegal transfer of military force be recognised as an act against due process and as such an act of terrorism. 
8) Hold a full public inquiry in to the Iraq War.

Those who will endeavour to look to the future will honour the vision to preserve the delicate equilibrium of the world around us and adjust towards an equitable world in which in the absence of definitive, unsurpassed competitive advantage in terms of production and technology there exists a clear balance of powers, a recognition of the rights of all people, Palestinian or African.

Thanks for signing the petition.

Signed,

Shaheeb Sher

How this will help

We have reached the stage where history's largest genocide must be acknowledged in a public declaration of sincerity, democracy must not be impeded by the indiscretions of the past. Citizenship is...

We have reached the stage where history's largest genocide must be acknowledged in a public declaration of sincerity, democracy must not be impeded by the indiscretions of the past. Citizenship is the guardian of democracy and all people everywhere must have testimony to the dignity of America, a role model for democracy for many countries around the world.

Massacre and actions of U.S. soldiers 

As the Shoshone used tomahawks and bows and arrows for defense, the soldiers appeared to lose control. After killing most of the men and many of the children, they raped and assaulted the women. In some cases, soldiers held the feet of infants by the heel and "beat their brains out on any hard substance they could find."Women who resisted the soldiers were shot and killed. One local resident, Alexander Stalker, noted that many soldiers pulled out their pistols and shot several Shoshone at point blank range. The soldiers burned the Shoshone dwellings and supplies; they killed anyone they found in the shelters. SAGWITCH, P.52


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