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Monday, December 8, 2014

Big Energy threatens climate talks in Peru




Dear all,
Please find the briefing paper published by Attac France and Aitec in the framework of the Lima UNFCCC conference to highlight how TTIP and CETA are jeopardizing climate and energy transformation processes :
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PERU TRIBUNAL: Verdicts on Violation of Rights of People and Nature


Peoples of the 4 river basin of Peru present their case for violations to
Rights if Nature and the peoples impacted by oil development
in the northern Amazon of Peru. Photo by Robin Milam
Tribunal verdicts on violation of rights of people and nature

Delegation of Saweto with their lawyer
asked to present their case related
to the assassination of several from
their community.
Global Alliance for the Rights of NatureLima, Peru
December 6, 2014
  • Tribunal sentences States and transnational corporations for the violation of rights of people and nature
  • The International Tribunal for the Rights of Nature judged twelve international and domestic cases.
Alberto Acosta, president of the Tribunal and former president of the Constitutional Assembly of Ecuador, decided to admit, expand and solve 12 cases. In all of them, the Tribunal identified the violation of the rights of peoples and nature.  The cases were presented on the 5th and 6th of December in the Gran Hotel Bolivar in Lima.   The Tribunal determined to expand the evidence, and even establish international commissions and special sessions.The judgments have been rendered having as a legal frame the Rights of Nature and the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth. “The rights of nature must have a universal validity,” he said.
The Tribunal has condemned Chevron-Texaco in Ecuador for using “inappropriate technology and causing irreversible damage”. It urges the corporation to proceed to a full compensation of the area, and accuses the State for allowing this exploitation. The Peruvian case of Conga was accepted and it was determined to appoint an international special commission to visit the area to collect more information. For the contamination in the four Amazonian basins (block 192), the Tribunal called for the creation of a special session in Peru for the case to be judged; that same judgment was rendered in the case of Bagua in Peru. After the concurring opinion of the judges, all Peruvian cases were accepted as threats of violation to the rights of nature.
On climate change, evidence of the broad range of violations to rights of nature which are contributing to climate change and exposure of false solutions including groengineering were presented. The Tribunal is calling for a special hearing in Paris in 2015 to coincide with the upcoming UN COP 21 summit. The Tribunal also considers it necessary to express to the UN its concern about a scenario that includes the use of high-risk energy. Also, the government of Queensland, Australia was convicted for violating the rights of the nature of the Great Barrier Reef.
Oil exploitation in the Yasuni was also convicted through the ratification of the two previous judgments, and the popular initiative promoted by the group of Yasunidos was supported. The Tribunal also condemned the constant persecution of this group. Another case that was judged was the mining project in the Cordillera del Condor. The Tribunal determined that it is essential to suspend mining, compensate those affected; and urged the State to investigate and punish those responsible for the death of José Tendentza. In commemoration of this social activist, the Tribunal held in Lima will bear his name.

‘Baguazo’

On Saturday, the Tribunal opened a hearing on the case of Bagua, of which five years after it started, 52 indigenous leaders have cases filed against them. Ismael Vega, anthropologist from the Centro Amazónico de Antropología y Ampliación Práctica (CAAAP) called the ‘Baguazo’ an “emblematic case”, because according to the expert, since this case could happen again if existing policies and conditions are not modified. “Bagua makes visible the mismatch between the indigenous population and the state. This lack of dialogue still exists” sentenced Vega.
Miguel Jugo, from the National Coordinator of Human Rights, mentioned the context that motivated the protests. The “Law of the Jungle” refers to the application of ten legislative norms and laws under the context of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Peru and the USA, laws that dealt with the lives of indigenous peoples. As a result, in 2008 began the protests of the Amazonian indigenous peoples, which were confronted by government forces. Jugo alleged irregularities surrounding the trial of the indigenous people, “the judgment is contrary to the Convention 169 of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the preliminary investigation was even conducted without translators”. Jugo added, “There is no evidence against the 52 processed people”.

‘Fracking’

“You cannot do safe hydraulic fracking. This technique should have never been invented. It is one of the most destructive activities against the environment ever seen,” said Shannon Biggs blunt, director of Movement Rights. The American specialist says there are 800,000 active oil and gas wells in this country, and about 300,000 natural gas barrels produced per day. Biggs alerted about the water pollution due to chemicals used, as a result of using this technique. It also highlights that fracking causes earthquakes in areas that had never experienced this phenomenon. Camp Casey, American Indian from Oklahoma, laments: “We die for the use of fracking. The population is suffering from cancer; my sister has died. The water is contaminated; we cannot fish. We are in danger of extinction. ”
From Bolivia, plans to develop large-scale hydraulic fracking on their soil were also reported. In recent years the country has increased the production and export of natural gas; during the years 2000-2012 it increased by 382.6%. However, it exports 82.4% of its production. Also, the export of this hydrocarbon generates more than six billion dollars a year, as reported by the specialist Martin Vilela, Platform Climate Reaction.
Bolivia has 8.23 trillion cubic feet of gas, and YPFB plans to invest 40,670 million between 2013 and 2015. Vilela explained that in 2013 this corporation signed an agreement for fracking in the Chaco area, a region with water scarcity. If it starts, the extraction of 48 trillion cubic feet of shale gas would consume between 112 and 335 billion liters of water.

False solutions to climate change and REDD

The Tribunal heard two related cases, one on climate change and its false solutions and one on the mechanisms for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD +). In the case of climate change, the case of contamination and temperature rise affecting Nigeria was exposed. The African continent has oil fields and pipelines that have caused a deep environmental degradation, deforestation, and countless oil spills, among others. This deplorable living conditions have caused life expectancy in this area is 44 years.
Added to this, the ravages of climate change may have catastrophic consequences. Activist Nnimmo Bassey says: “For every degree the temperature rises globally, in Africa, it will increase an additional 50%”. In 2012 floods in Nigeria led to the relocation of 6 million inhabitants. The activist says that in 2030 Africa violent conflicts will increase by 54% due to the lack of access to natural resources.
At the hearing against false solutions, geoengineering techniques that seek to manipulate climate without changing the conditions that cause climate change were reported.
REDD+ was also put on trial. In Brazil the existence of this mechanism is very present. The Ninawa Apu complaint saying: “REDD presents a liar proposal. We do not accept to market nature because it is our soul and spirit; it is priceless, it is our voice. ”
Ruth Nyambura, environmentalist from Biodiversity Network Africa, says that in Kenya, as a result of REDD, evictions occur: “Four indigenous people were arrested and a woman was hit by the forest service because she was outside of her land.”

The Australian Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral system. It is the largest structure made by living organisms and can be seen from space. It was listed as a World Heritage site in 1981 by UNESCO, and UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee warned the Australian Government in 2012 that this unique natural system is being threatened by escalating industrial developments, including the expansion of ports for exporting coal. Dr Erin Fitz-Henry, from the Australian Earth Laws Alliance, condemned the violation of rights of the Great Barrier Reef, and stressed the great biodiversity that could be destroyed: “This reef is composed of more than 600 types of coral and thousands of species of marine life. The Tribunal issued a final judgment in this case.

Oil exploitation of Yasuni

Since 2013, the Ecuadorian government allowed oil drilling in Yasuni National Park, one of the most biodiverse areas in the world, home to 2 indigenous nationalities in voluntary isolation.
The fact provoked a group of young (Yasunidos) to join and protest and claim for the rights of nature which are guaranteed in the Constitution of Ecuador. Yasunidos collected more than 800,000 signatures to call for a referendum about oil exploitation in the Yasuni; but the request was rejected because the electoral institutions invalidated fraudulently more than 60% of the signatures.
For all of these events, Yasunidos has sued the Ecuadorian government, led by President Rafael Correa, before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH) and are awaiting for their complaint to reach the Tribunal.


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Video published on Dec 4, 2014
We are in a historic moment wherein world leaders will continue drafting a new global treaty agreement on climate change this year in Lima at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference on Parties (COP). The final agreement is then expected to be signed in 2015 at the COP 21 in Paris. Having the voices of our Indigenous communities at this global meeting on climate is critical, and we need your help getting there.
We are raising funds to support our work for Climate Justice and Indigenous Rights as we bring together Indigenous Women of the South and North of the Americas for the formation of an International Compact Agreement as Life-Givers for Future Generations, as Keepers of the Waters, as Defenders for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and as Sisters, Mothers and Grandmothers in Defense of the Territorial Integrity of Mother Earth. (Learn more at IndigenousRising.org) On this trip, delegates will:
Participate in mobilizations and activities that will demand that government leaders be more accountable to people and the planet now and in the future; Participate with international social movement allies in shaping global organizing strategies to challenge corporate-driven policies; Participate in self-organized activities that we will coordinate with allies; Participate in delegation briefings, orientations and strategy discussions to guide our work in our frontline Native communities, nationally and internationally. Build relationships with one another, share local work and build a stronger grassroots movement in the United States. Strengthen our relationship with our indigenous brothers and sisters from the Amazon and Andes; as well as other regions of the world. We will also be taking part in a US-based sister Social and Climate Justice group, called Grassroots for Global Justice (GGJ). Your heartfelt support is always deeply appreciated. Your kind donations are welcome and can be made at IndigenousRising.org Music "Electric Pow Wow Drum" by A Tribe Called Red (Google Play • AmazonMP3 • iTunes)

PERU Tribunal Denounces Violations to Rights of Nature

Casey Camp, Ponca, speaks on fracking at Peru Tribunal

Tribunal Denounces Violations to Rights of Nature

Yasunidos caravan arrived at Rights of Nature Tribunal in Lima
INSPITE of Ecuador's customs to release the bus to
continue their Caravan from Mexico!
 

International Rights of Nature Tribunal Day 1

Lima, December 6th, 2014-12-06
Indigenous peoples represent nature and denounce violations to indigenous rights and  rights of nature perpetuated by States and transnational corporations. Native peoples warn the world about corporate impunity. During the first day of the  International Rights of Nature  Tribunal six cases were presented: four Amazonian basins in Loreto; BP; Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Chevron/Texaco in Ecuador; Conga Mine of Peru; Belo Monte in Brazil and Condor Mirador in Ecuador. Transnational corporations and States are under scrutiny by the International Tribunal for the Rights of Nature which is being held in Lima, Friday December 5 – Saturday December 6. Cases of national and international importance are being heard to present the violations of the rights of nature and indigenous rights within the framework of the COP20 in Lima.
“This permanent ethical Tribunal is a call to humanity to get close to nature. The cases have been created when States fail to fulfill their obligation to preserve the lives of living beings,” said Alberto Acosta, President of the Tribunal and former president of the Constitutional Assembly of Ecuador.

Peruvian Cases: Conga and Pluspetrol (4 river basins)

“Yanacocha in Cajamarca is a deep wound on Mother Earth,” lamented Milton Sanchez from the Plataforma Interinstitucional Celendín. Sanchez told the audience about the whole trajectory of contamination at Yanacocha. Also, the environmentalist denounced that this project will destroy water sources in the region.
“85,000 tons of toxic sludge per day will be poured for 17 years” he said. Milton condemed President Humala for failing to meet his promise to ensure the right to water of communities. José de Echave, director of CooperAcción, said that free, prior, and informed consent was not done with the inhabitants, despite the Consultation Law. He further stressed that the Environmental Impact Assessment presented was “inconsistent, incomplete and violated national standards.”
Regarding the case of block 192 in the Loreto jungle, José Fachín represented the Pastaza basin. He told the Tribunal that a year ago he was imprisoned, tortured and judicialized. He affirms that “for over forty years, the oil industry has caused the death of humans and animals.” Although the state has declared a state of Emergency, he denounced the Government’s and Pluspetrol’s lack of action. He demands to sanction Pluspetrol and to determine the State’s responsibilities for not protecting their rights and the rights of nature.
Tribunal for Rights of Nature in session in Lima Peru
with 14 judges, 12 cases and a full house! Belo Monte Dam,
BP Gulf oil spill, Condor Mine (Ecuador), Conga Mine Peru, were among
today's cases.  We opened by honoring José Tendentza whose body
was found early this week in the river. His hands were tied behind his back.
Photo by Robin Milam

Ecuadorian cases: Condor Mirador and Chevron-Texaco

The Condor Highland is crossed by a series of large scale mining projects, such as Condor Mirador. Luis Corral, defender of human and nature rights, said that this case violates collective and nature rights. He denounced the murder of the social activist, José Tendentza, who was summoned to attend the Tribunal as a witness for this case. The Shuar leader, Ankuash, condemned this project and declared, “Nature and humans are allies, if one disappears, the other does too.” Meanwhile, Narcisa Aucay, inhabitant of the region said, “they are not going to shut us down. We have been taught to live freely, with honor and dignity.”
Also presented in the Tribunal was the case of Chevron-Texaco that extracted oil since 1967 in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The corporation built 860 pools where toxic waste was dumped. Currently, there are more than 2,000 cases of cancer attributable to toxic waste dumped by the oil activity. Pablo Fajardo, lawyer for the Chevron victims concludes that “the case was won, but the Ecuadorian Amazon is not clean”; he also informed that Chevron does not accept the judgments for environmental remediation, so there is an affectation to the international rights.”

BP Deepwater Horizon Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Case

Esperanza Martínez, from Oilwatch, presented the case of the oils spill in 2010 of the oil platform of the Gulf of Mexico that caused the spill of 5 millions of barrels of oil and the death of 11 workers. Martinez described the spill as the “worst in humanity’s lifetime” and de denounces the effect of millions of species that live in the ocean. She also informed the Tribunal that the cleaning mecanism used by the BP company that reduced oil particles that are now absorbed by the species. Brazilian case of Belo Monte The Tribunal also heard the BP case, the mega-dam built now up to 50% and that will become the third in the world. “The people’s food is being affected, fishing is no longer an option in the region. Nacionalities cannot drink their own water due to the hydroelectric activity” warned Sonia Guajajara.
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Firme la Carta: Libertad a la Caravana Climática

Presidente Rafeal Correa

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Firman este carta para para exigir al gobierno de Ecuador que regrese el bus de Caravana Climática y que detenga el proceso legal en contra de nuestro compañero Christian Rosendahl Guerrero. A la derecha, escriben su nombre, apellido, email, codigo postal y país y hacen clic "Add Your Name."
CARTA DESDE VARIOS LUGARES DEL MUNDO EN SOLIDARIDAD CON LA CARAVANA CLIMÁTICA
La Caravana Climática por América Latina es un proyecto de varios activistas comprometidos con la defensa de la tierra y la vida, vienen viajando desde el norte México hasta llegar a la Cumbre de los Pueblos en Lima, Perú para sumarse a las exigencias de los pueblos de todo el mundo, para hacer presión política a los gobiernos durante la vigésima Conferencia de las Partes de la ONU- la COP20 – la reunión de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático- para evitar que se sigan repartiendo los recursos naturales del planeta, los cuales en gran parte se encuentran en territorios originarios e indígenas del continente y del mundo.
Desde marzo, la Caravana Climática viene visitando y documentando las distintas luchas de los pueblos originarios en contra de los megos proyectos, a través de las distintas voces de los pueblos que van generando una campaña en donde se puede ver las distintas muestras de reclamos para la des–inversión y moratorias en los hidrocarburos y otras industrias extractivas y contaminantes. Están en campaña para visibilizar las luchas que se hermanan por salvar el planeta.
Desde la lucha de la Tribu Yaqui por el agua, de los Coras por la defensa del río San Pedro, los pueblos del Istmo de Tehuantepec por defender su territorio de los parques eólicos, los Maya Ixil luchando contra el genocidio y represas en Guatemala, los Garífunas en por el reconocimiento de su pueblo y por las costas de Honduras Atlántica que lentamente se lleva el mar…
La Caravana Climática abordo del CheBus ha ido caminando a lo largo de toda Latinoamérica, para aportar en la articulación de estas, y muchas luchas más, en búsqueda de esas voces que la mayoría no escuchan.
En México, el camino y trabajo del CheBus estuvo lleno de experiencias con abundantes sonrisas, abrazos, y solidaridad con los pueblos que aspiran por un futuro mejor para las generaciones venideras, y para rescatar la memoria de conocimientos ancestrales de las culturas de nuestros abuelos. Desde las campañas por la autodeterminación de la APPO en Oaxaca, hasta los encuentros intergalácticos de EZLN en Chiapas, desde las trincheras de las ocupas en la UNAM y DF, hasta los talleres de bicimakinas y ecotecnias en el sur del país; desde las caravanas de dolor del Movimiento por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad como el camión #14, hasta las giras regionales por justicia climática hacia la COP16. El CheBus conoce a México, y México conoce a ese CheBus.
Cuando la Caravana Climática se encontraba realizando el ultimo parte de su recorrido hacia la COP20 en Lima- saliendo desde Quito a Guayaquil y luego a Cuenca, en Ecuador el CheBus fue hostigada , acosada, y durante varias ocasiones detenida 7 veces en menos de 24 horas.
El día 2 de Diciembre pasado, el CheBus fue incautado por la Agencia de Control Aduanero SENAE del Ecuador, además de acusar al propietario del camión Cristian Guerrero de haber cometido una infracción del artículo 302 del código Orgánico de la Producción, Comercio e Inversiones COPCI que presume de hacer de su recorrido una actividad lucrativa y comercial; faltas administrativas con sanciones penales de 3 a 5 años en prisión para el compañero Guerrero. Sabemos que esta acción es parte del plan del Gobierno del Presidente de Ecuador Rafael Correa que tiene como finalidad de evitar que nuestras compañeras y compañeros de la Caravana Climática logren llegar a sumarse a la Cumbre de los Pueblos- el evento social paralelo a la COP20.
Cristian no es mexicano. Nació ecuatoriano, en Quito, y es hijo orgulloso de su país natal Ecuador. Y su largo camino para regresar a casa estuvo lleno de sacrificios y determinación para no rendir en la larga batalla de cruzar medio continente por tierra con su bus con nombre guerrillero.
Hemos compartido muchísimo en los últimos años con el CheBus y los compañeros que se han sumado a ser parte de su tripulación y a la lucha por la tierra y los seres silvestres. Y por ellos exigimos al gobierno de Ecuador que regrese el CheBus, símbolo digno de nuestra lucha en México y en nuestra América, y que detenga el proceso legal en contra de nuestro compañero Cristian Guerrero.
Deseamos dejar en claro que luchar y defender por la tierra no es un crimen, sino, un deber de todas y todos, y el CheBus es para nosotros un ejemplo más de esta lucha por la justicia social, ambiental, y climática.
LIBERTAD PARA EL CHEBUS!
Cese del proceso legal en contra el compañero Cristian Guerrero
¡NO A LA CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA SOCIAL Y DEFENSA POR EL TERRITORIO!
Arriba la Vida, Abajo el Petróleo 
#LiberatadACaravanaClimatica #DondeEstaCheBus
A firman la carta, escriba su nombre, apellido, email, codigo postal y país y hacen clic "Add Your Name" a la derecha.

To: Presidente Rafeal Correa
From: [Your Name]
Exigimos al gobierno de Ecuador que regrese el CheBus, símbolo digno de nuestra lucha en México y en nuestra América, y que detenga el proceso legal en contra de nuestro compañero Cristian Guerrero.

Today: Indigenous Women at UN Climate Summit Peru



WECAN INTERNATIONAL AT THE UNFCCC COP20 2014

Top photo by Robin Milam
Posted at Censored News
WECAN International is headed to Lima, Peru this December for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) COP20 negotiations. Join WECAN and our allies for a series of events and mobilizations in pursuit of climate justice, systemic change, and equitable solutions that match the severity and scale of the climate crisis. 

PERU Tribunal Denounces Violations to Rights of Nature

Casey Camp, Ponca, speaks on fracking at Peru Tribunal
Photo Robin Milam

Tribunal Denounces Violations to Rights of Nature

Indigenous leader enroute to UN climate summit murdered


The Guardian reports, "The body of an indigenous leader who was opposed to a major mining project in Ecuador has been found bound and buried, days before he planned to take his campaign to climate talks in Lima.
"The killing highlights the violence and harassment facing environmental activists in Ecuador, following the confiscation earlier this week of a bus carrying climate campaigners who planned to denounce president Rafael Correa at the United Nations conference.
The victim, José Isidro Tendetza Antún, a former vice-president of the Shuar Federation of Zamora, had been missing since 28 November, when he was last seen on his way to a meeting of protesters against the Mirador copper and gold mine. After a tip-off on Tuesday, his son Jorge unearthed the body from a grave marked “no name”. The arms and legs were trussed by a blue rope."Read article at the Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/dec/06/ecuador-indigenous-leader-found-dead-lima-climate-talks

Encuentran muerto a dirigente shuar antiminero que estaba desaparecido

El dirigente antiminero perteneciente a la comunidad shuar José Isidro Tendetza fue encontrado muerto el pasado 2 de diciembre a orillas del río Zamora, después de haberse reportado su desaparición desde el 28 de noviembre. 
Publicidad
Tendetza Antún era el síndico de la comunidad Yanuakim y fue vicepresidente de la Federación Shuar de Zamora, miembro de la Confenaie y Conaie. Era un activo opositor a los proyectos mineros en la Cordillera del Cóndor y tenía pensado estar presente el 2 de diciembre en Lima para presentar una denuncia en contra de la empresa Ecuacorriente en el Tribunal de los derechos de la Naturaleza, en la Cumbre de los Pueblos, evento paralelo a la cumbre del cambio Climático que se desarrolla en la capital peruana.
Según su hijo, Jorge Tendetza, el cuerpo de su padre fue enterrado como NN en Yantzaza por orden judicial y sin un resultado concluyente en la autopsia, según un comunicado emitido por la Conaie. En las fotografías que le enseñaron al familiar, este asegura que vio el cuerpo de su padre amarrado con una soga azul.
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Dutch translation by Alice Holemans, NAIS, thank you!
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De Guardian meldt: “ Het lichaam van een inheemse leider die zich verzette tegen een belangrijk mijn -ontginningsproject in Ecuador ,is enkele dagen voor zijn geplande tocht om zijn campagne naar de klimaatgesprekken in Lima te brengen, vastgebonden en begraven teruggevonden.”
“De moorden belichten het geweld en intimidatie dat milieuactivisten in Ecuador nu ondergaan. Eerder deze week werd een bus van klimaat activisten, die op de conferentie van de Verenigde Naties President Rafael Correra wilden aanklagen in beslag genomen"the confiscation earlier this week 
Het slachtoffer José Isidro Tendetza Antún , een voormalig vice- president van  Shuar Federation of Zamora, werd sinds 28 november vermist. Hij werd voor het laatst gezien toen hij op weg was naar en meeting van activisten tegen de Mirador koper en goud mijn  the Mirador copper and gold mine. Dinsdag heeft zijn zoon Jorge, na een tip het lichaam van zijn vader opgegraven uit een graf dat gemarkeerd was als “onbekend lichaam.” De armen en benen waren bijeengebonden met een blauw touw.
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Encuentran muerto a dirigente shuar antiminero que estaba desaparecido
El dirigente antiminero perteneciente a la comunidad shuar José Isidro Tendetza fue encontrado muerto el pasado 2 de diciembre a orillas del río Zamora, después de haberse reportado su desaparición desde el 28 de noviembre. 
Publicidad

Tendetza Antún era el síndico de la comunidad Yanuakim y fue vicepresidente de la Federación Shuar de Zamora, miembro de la Confenaie y Conaie. Era un activo opositor a los proyectos mineros en la Cordillera del Cóndor y tenía pensado estar presente el 2 de diciembre en Lima para presentar una denuncia en contra de la empresa Ecuacorriente en el Tribunal de los derechos de la Naturaleza, en la Cumbre de los Pueblos, evento paralelo a la cumbre del cambio Climático que se desarrolla en la capital peruana.
Según su hijo, Jorge Tendetza, el cuerpo de su padre fue enterrado como NN en Yantzaza por orden judicial y sin un resultado concluyente en la autopsia, según un comunicado emitido por la Conaie. En las fotografías que le enseñaron al familiar, este asegura que vio el cuerpo de su padre amarrado con una soga azul.

CRISPY CRITTERS

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MNN. Dec. 8, 2014. The Mohawks called the Jesuits “Ratisti’hen’sta:tsi, which means “burnt to a crisp”. The people carry out the punishment for three capital offences, treason, espionage and conspiracy, by burning the criminal[s] at the stake. These crimes could lead to the annihilation of a people. The Jesuits were found guilty of espionage and conspiracy, not treason because they were not of our people. The Iroquois were the obstacle to their expansion of their enterprise.
You can go back to France or stay with us here forever!
“You can go back to France or stay with us here forever!”
Brebeuf, Lalement and other Jesuits’ job was to draw maps for the military and to mislead and pacify our people. Our women and children were murdered at our most vulnerable, in our homes, while our men were away.
In 1649 the Rotino’shonni arrested them, put them on trial and found them guilty. Some confessed. They were asked for their preferred method of execution. The Rotino’shonni Iroquois way is one blow to the head with a war club causing instant death. They chose burning at the stake, which was popular in Europe for becoming a martyr. Witnesses were astonished to see that while they were burning they climaxed several times!
Brebeuf: Remember to tell everybody back home!
Brebeuf: Remember to tell everybody back home!
The corporate Mohawk Council of Kahnawake have to be  charged with espionage and conspiracy but not treason because, as they have alienated themselves, they are Canadians. They sit at the table of our enemies to get their instructions on how to give us a few dollars for our land and move us far away from our birthright and homeland. They pretend to negotiate with us when they have already made the illegal deal.
Treason is the ultimate crime anywhere in the world. Edward Snowdon can be charged with treason because he is an American citizen who worked for the CIA. Julian Assange of Wikileaks cannot as he is not a citizen of the US. They can both be charged with conspiracy and espionage for leaking top secret documents. But they both had a duty to expose the abuse of power to protect the people, nation and world.
No choice. We have to defend our birthright and the coming Ongwehonwe.
No choice. We have to defend our birthright and the coming Ongwehonwe.
As Johnny Cash once again reminds us, the treasoners, traitors, conspirators will be cast into a burning ring of fire, and they will go down, down, down, and the flames will shoot higher. And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire! Johnny Cash. “Ring of Fire”.
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Jesuits created Illuminati.