Raizal People kidnapped by Colombia
/ Monday 4 February 2008
AMEN-SD is against oppression and disdains the double moral of the Colombian government and state approach, to such a noble cause of securing liberty and freedom of people in the eyes of the international community,
AMEN-SD, The Archipelago Movement For Self Determination, the voice of the Raizals (Natives) of sed territory, is informing the world’s opinion that:
Raizals nation of the None-self-governed territory of Saint Andrews, Old Providence, and St. Kethleena, which is under seage and occupied by Colombia’s sea, and land, and air military forces, along with civilians of that nationality that outnumber them, and overpopulate the islands with a population density above 3000 people per square kilometer are kidnapped by the Government and state of Colombia since 186 years ago.
They are being annihilated physically, and culturally, and economically, and environmentally, and idiomatically, and politically, and psychologically, and morally, and geographically, and legally by the enforcing of Colombian law and governmental national and foreign relation policies, for national sovereignty over a territory beyond the frontier of the Colombian state and government.
The Lord Jesus Christ, once told some people who pretended to stone an adulterer to death "If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to throw a stone at her" and to some others "He said: Take the beam out of your eyes before you tell others to clean theirs."
In the name of Jesus Christ, the Raizal people of the aforesaid Archipelago, pledge allegiance to the cause of securing the inalienable rights of all people to liberty and freedom. They are God given rights to individuals as such, weather they be part of a family, a club, a party, a neighborhood, a vicinity, a village, a city, a country, a state or a nation.
Where ever there be one oppressed person, by whomever it may be: the family and/or the club, the party, the neighborhood, the vicinity, the village, the city, the country, the state, the nation, human rights are violated independently of the regime under which it happens, weather it be by guerrilla or the national army, or by the parallel army; democratic or dictatorship, communist or socialist, or a Kingdom: liberty and freedom, and abundant life are denied to the oppressed.
AMEN-SD is against oppression and disdains the double moral of the Colombian government and state approach, to such a noble cause of securing liberty and freedom of people in the eyes of the international community, knowing that they have a none self governed territory beyond their frontier, under their boots, excluding and denying its Raizals (natives) their rights and respect to their physical integrity, and to sustainable development, and to keep the ownership of the territory, and to receive reparation for the cultural, and economical, and environmental, and psychological, and political, and moral damages done to them for 187 years this year 2008.
We are not the exception. Within Colombia’s frontier the Natives mistakenly called Indians, are suffering the rigor of the state and Government injustice along with the black Diaspora of Africa, called Afro Colombian plus the hunger salary paid to the workers throughout the country.
AMEN -SD would surely march on February the fourth, if it was to uphold freedom and liberty for all people, and not just for some people under the regime of the FARC.
A piece of justice is injustice.
An authorized voice