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Uniting for Peace Peoples' Resolution

 

by Elias Davidson
 

Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG),  globalresearch.ca,  13 December 2001


As world governments are unwilling or unable to resist the imposition of a U.S. world order, or merely ensure the protection of peoples threatened by genocide [as the U.S. veto in the Security Council on Sat. 15. Dec. 2001 regarding protection for the Palestinian people amply demonstrates], world peace is seriously threatened. Civil society must in such circumstances take the responsibility to ensure the peace. The following Resolution, drafted on the model of UN Security Council resolutions, attempts to express the moral and legal base for international action to prevent further degradation that could lead to World War III.

Please read, forward and act without delay!

We the United Peoples,

Reaffirming our faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small;

Noting the determination of the United States to establish a global apartheid system based on social inequity, contrary to fundamental human rights and to the dignity and worth of the human person;

Noting the determination of the United States to ensure the establishment of the global apartheid system by aggression, military interventions, covert operations and acts of international terrorism;

Noting the determination of the United States to disregard and violate international norms, the provisions of the United Nations Charter and the laws of armed warfare;

Noting the determination of the United States to corrupt und undermine the authority of the United Nations Organization by bribing, threatening and coercing representatives of States and UN officials;

Noting the determination of the United States to prevent the exercise by the Palestinian people of both their human and national rights

Determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war;

Considering the decision by the United States on 15 December 2001 to prevent international protection of Palestinians, as a grave threat to international peace and security and noting the impotence of the members of the United Nations to ensure the peace in the Middle-East;

Acting to preserve international peace and security;

1. Urge the progressive boycotting of U.S. corporations, products and services, particularly in the areas of banking, technology, transportation, fast food and entertainment;

2. Call on all freedom-loving people to target, with due regard to spare innocents, U.S. military, economic, cultural and political symbols and resources;

3. Call on all non-U.S. governments to adopt effective national and regional policies to reduce peoples' dependency on U.S. corporations and resist U.S. attempts to impose its rule over the international community.


Elias Davidson is a Composer and Peace Activist based in Iceland.

Elias Davidsson - Post Box 1760 - 121 Reykjavik - Iceland Tel. (00354)-552-6444 Fax: (00354)-552-6579 Email: [email protected]    home page at  http://www.juscogens.org


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