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The United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)

 

Anti-NATO Petition

of World Civil Society at the UN

(draft) 


Our joint mottos:

Gandhi's non-violence instead of the NATO genocide and crimes against humanity.

New Nuremberg Gandhi Tribunal for NATO!

Transform NATO into NAPO

(North Atlantic Peace Organization: NAPO)!

NATO alternative: The nonviolent multipolar world order Gandhi!


The UNAC and the GHA invite all NGOs to join this UN Petition of the World Civil Society and sign it through our emails, websites and Facebook pages

up to March 30

UNAC , Facebook

30 2019


 

The United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)

https://www.unacpeace.org

http://no2nato2019.org

The NATO results for 70 years

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http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=876

NATO: 70th anniversary with a genocide of 20 million and hundreds of millions violence

http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=641

With Totalitarian Democracy in the New World Order and with Full Spectrum Dominance

http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=659

With a fully prepared Global Nuclear War with Russia

http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=652
With violation and refusal from all international security treaties,
With tens of millions of homeless and hungry refugees mostly women with children from the NATO war areas and etc.

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http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=641

http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=659 

http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=652
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Saturday, March 30 has been called as a international mobilization to protest NATO, the U.S. commanded military alliance, as it comes to Washington, DC to "celebrate" its 70th anniversary

More: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=876

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http://no2nato2019.org




NATO aggression and wars are the worst violence against women and children.



Saturday, March 30 has been called as a international mobilization to protest NATO, the U.S. commanded military alliance, as it comes to Washington, DC to "celebrate" its 70th anniversary. 

Because of the U.S. coup attempt and escalating war o­n Venezuela, the organizers also made this a focus of the March 30 No2NATO action.  

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We are now at a crucial historic period as the US tries for regime change in Venezuela and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) chiefs come to DC.  Colombia has now become the first NATO partner in Latin America and the US is using its ally Colombia as a launching pad for its aggression against Venezuela.  The actions of the US in Venezuela are designed to cause hardship for the Venezuelan people in the hope that they will turn against their elected president, Nicolas Maduro.  Sanctions have ended Venezuelan trade with many countries, and the US and its allies have frozen hundreds of billions of dollars of Venezuela assets that are in foreign banks and countries.  Military aggression against Venezuela can inflame the entire region and bring the US and NATO allies into the fight against Venezuela.

 

The NATO leaders will also hold the meeting o­n April 4, which is the anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr and also the anniversary, o­ne year prior to his death, of his famous antiwar speech at Riverside Church in New York.  The fact that NATO has chosen this day to come to the US to celebrate war and perhaps make plans to invade more countries like Venezuela is a racist insult to the memory of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. who fought for peace and justice all his life.

In the last month, there have been mobilizations against US aggression in the US and throughout the world.  Lets keep the momentum going.  Today, a strong antiwar presence in the US is essential.

Join us o­n March 30 in Washington, DC

The web site for the action is: http://no2nato2019,org,org

The web site also contains a lot of other activity that is being planned during the period of March 30 - April 4 when NATO is in town.

 

These include a counter summit organized by the World Peace Council

A public meeting organized by the Black Alliance for Peace

A concert for Peace

A peace fair organized by the World Beyond War

An Alternative summit and more

20-03-19

 

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Big Push Needed.  All out o­n March 30 in Washington, DC (March 31 in Oakland, CA)

 

National Mobilization to Oppose NATO, War, and Racism

U.S. Hands off Venezuela!

March 30, 2019, 1:00 pm 5:00 pm, Lafayette Park (across from the White House), Washington, DC

(Oakland, CA - March 31, Federal Building, 1301 Clay St., Oakland, CA)

 

Saturday, March 30  has been called as a international mobilization to protest NATO, the U.S. commanded military alliance, as it comes to Washington, DC to "celebrate" its 70th anniversary. 

Because of the U.S. coup attempt and escalating war o­n Venezuela, the organizers also made this a focus of the March 30 No2NATO action.  

Colombia, which borders Venezuela, has ominously become the first NATO partner in Latin America.  The U.S. and Colombia had planned an invasion of Venezuela in the guise of providing "humanitarian aid" to the people.  This was prevented by mass mobilizations within Venezuela and in some 153 other cities around the world. 

As people come from around the country and from many other countries to protest NATO, we want to make it clear to the U.S. government that we will oppose any attempt at regime change in Venezuela from the U.S. and its NATO allies.  

For more information and to endorse the March 30 mass demonstration, and week of resistance please go to http://no2nato2019.org/.  

Start organizing now to get to DC o­n March 30.  We will be joined by people from many countries and more than ever they are depending o­n a strong US antiwar movement.

 

Join and share the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/487410295119547/

 

(for more infomation o­n the Oakland demonstration, please send an email here: jmackler@lmi.net)

 

Antiwar activists will be heading to Venezuela for a solidarity trip

Peace activists, including several UNAC members and leaders will be going to Venezuela o­n March 10 to express solidarity with the people of Venezuela who are standing strong in the face of US threats and coup attempts.  Members of the delegation, which was organized by the US Peace Council, held a well attended press conference at the United Nations o­n February 27 to announce the trip.
If you would like to support the trip, you can donate o­n the UNAC donate page here.  All donations that UNAC receives till people return from Venezuela will go to support those who will be going.
To view the entire UN press conference, go here.

 

Read the UNAC Blog

https://unac.notowar.net/

 

Latest Updates to UNAC Blog:

The Class War in Venezuela Accelerates

Protesters across North America say: No U.S. war o­n Venezuela!

oBetsey Piette and Kathy Durkin provide an overview with photos of February 23rd protests in solidarity with the people of Venezuelaand their sovereign government across the country and around the world.

US Coup Suffers Defeat In Venezuela, Protests Grow Against US Intervention

oKevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers expose the many failures of the intervention in Venezuela o­n February 23rd through tweets and photos covering the events o­n the border as well as documenting international resistance to the violation of Venezuelan sovereinty

On D-Day, Feb. 23, the trucks couldnt Enter Venezuela

oVenezuelan reporter Marco Terrugi gives a description of events o­n the Venezuela border o­n February 23rd

The War o­n Venezuela is Built o­n Lies

oJohn Pilger  writes about his relationship with Hugo Chavez the propaganda that

The Words and Deeds of Social Imperialists

oGlen Ford compares the talk of supposedly progressive and even self proclaimed members of congress to their actions

Venezuela Coverage Takes Us Back to Golden Age of Lying About Latin America

oMark Cook reflects o­n today's U.S. public stance towards Latin America is similar to 100 years ago

Venezuela Reveals Americas Sickness

oMargaret Kimberley looks at the situation in Venezuela as the result of political corruption in the U.S.

SF Labor Council says No to U.S. intervention in Venezuela

oSan Francisco Labor Council sides with the working class in Venezuela

In Venezuela, White Supremacy Is a Key Driver of the Coup

oVijay Prashad sees entitled white people as resentful of governance by and o­n behalf of the excluded black and mestizo majority population

Haitis Unfolding Revolution Is Directly Linked to Venezuelas

oKim Ives reports o­n the turmoil in Haiti over oil assistance from Venezuela that was stolen by corrupt political agents while the Venezuelan benefactors are themselves under attack

Media hype confronts reality o­n the Venezuela-Colombia border

oMarco Terrugi's initial report from the Venezuelan border with Columbia

Rep. Ilhan Omar Grills Elliott Abrams Over His Shady Past

oTyler Durden presents the video of Ilhan Omar questioniing Elliott Abrams in a congressional hearing.   Abrams, who was just appointed as liaison to Venezuela, supported the brutal contra war in Nicaragua and the brutal dictator in neighboring El Salvador with U.S. money and guns.

Trump, Democrats and International Fascists Attack Venezuela

oMargaret Kimberley exposes the consortium of western nations that have initiated the coup in Venezuela and the corporations that stand to gain from the fall of the Bolivarian Republic.

The Racist Imperial War o­n Venezuela

oGlen Ford says the war o­n Venezuela is a racist war against natives, the descendants of African slavesand their dark skinned progeny.

The Black Working Class Will Never Abandon Venezuela!

oAjamu Baraka asserts that the community of black American workers stands in solidarity with the Chavistas

  

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Hands off Venezuela! No Coup, No Sanctions, No War

Protest US aggression against Venezuela

All out o­n February 23 and March 30

The U.S. imperial colossus is poised o­nce again to launch a regime change invasion and war o­n Venezuela.

The United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC), in alliance with hundreds of antiwar and social justice organizations across the country, has set February 23 for nationally-coordinated antiwar protests in cities across the country.  Additionally, UNAC, and the National Steering Committee organized to build the March 30 Washington, D.C. mobilization to oppose NATO, voted unanimously to include in the March 30 action a key focus o­n U.S. Hands Off Venezuela!  

The Trump administration and its top officials, from National Security Adviser John Bolton, Vice President Mike Pence to Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, invoking the heinous Monroe Doctrine of 1823, and backed to the hilt with bi-partisan congressional support, has proclaimed Venezuela to be in the U.S. imperial backyard." Working people in the U.S. are faced o­nce again with an open bi-partisan promoted imperialist war, with the Trump administration stating that its objective is to obliterate o­nce and for all the sovereign governments of Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, designated by President Trump as the troika of tyranny. [read more]

February 23, the 1 month anniversary of the U.S. - backed coup attempt in Venezuela - will be marked by internationally coordinated actions in solidarity with the people of Venezuela and against the U.S. Wall Street and Pentagon's drive to war.  Actions are being planned o­n and around that date in local areas throughout the U.S. and other countries.  Join an action in your area or plan an action.  Go to https://www.nowaronvenezuela.org/23feb/ for more information.

March 30 has been called as a international mobilization to protest NATO as it comes to Washington, DC to "celebrate" its 70th anniversary.  Because of the emergency situation and potential war o­n Venezuela, the organizers have decided to make Venezuela a focus of the March 30 action.  The country of Colombia, which borders Venezuela, has become the first NATO partner in Latin America and may soon be a full member of NATO.  The U.S. and Colombia have planned an invasion of Venezuela in the guise of providing "humanitarian aid" to the people.  As people come from around the country and from many other countries to protest NATO, we want to make it clear to the U.S. government that we will oppose any attempt at regime change from the U.S. and its NATO and other allies.  For more information and to endorse the March 30  demonstration, please go to http://no2nato2019.org/

 

A Call for International Actions o­n the 5th Memorial Day of the Attack o­n the House of Trade Unions in Odessa, Ukraine.  International Protests have been called

 

May 2, 2019, will mark five years since a right-wing mob attack o­n the House of Trade Unions in Odessa, Ukraine, a tragedy that resulted in the deaths of at least 42 people and more than 100 injured. Today there still is no justice in sight for the mourners of the victims. [read more]

 

Read the UNAC Blog

https://unac.notowar.net/

Recent Articles

Palestine

  • The o­ne State Assembly,  calls o­n supporters of Palestinian rights to Sign or Endorse their statement calling for o­ne Democratic State in Palestine.  It is time to stand up for Palestine Now!

Venezuela 101

Prisoners and Prisons

More o­n Imperial Wars

The Naked Imperium

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An Open Letter to the People of the United States
from President Nicolas Maduro

By Nicolas Maduro
Global Research
Bolivarian Government of Venezuela
Click to read this article in your browser
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A Note to Global Research Readers

Disinformation by Omission: Not a single Western mainstream media has published, quoted or commented o­n President Nicolas Maduros Open Letter to the People of the United States (see Google search).

This letter is addressed to the People of America. Please forward this text far and wide, across the land.

Americans can then make up their mind. Am I in favor or against the Trump administrations resolve to intervene militarily against Venezuela?

Forward. Make it Go Viral.

Feb. 10, 2019

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If I know anything, it is about people, such as you, I am a man of the people. I was born and raised in a poor neighborhood of Caracas. I forged myself in the heat of popular and union struggles in a Venezuela submerged in exclusion and inequality. 

I am not a tycoon, I am a worker of reason and heart, today I have the great privilege of presiding over the new Venezuela, rooted in a model of inclusive development and social equality, which was forged by Commander Hugo Chávez since 1998 inspired by the Bolivarian legacy.

We live today a historical trance. There are days that will define the future of our countries between war and peace. Your national representatives of Wasinvade and intervene in Venezuela they say, as they said then in the name of democracy and freedom. But its not like that. The history of the usurpation of power in Venezuela is as false as the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. It is a false case, but it can have dramatic consequences for our entire region.

Venezuela is a country that, by virtue of its 1999 Constitution, has broadly expanded the participatory and protagonist democracy of the people, and that is unprecedented today, as o­ne of the countries with the largest number of electoral processes in its last 20 years. You might not like our ideology, or our appearance, but we exist and we are millions.

I address these words to the people of the United States hington want to bring to their borders the same hatred that they planted in Vietnam. They want to of America to warn of the gravity and danger that intend some sectors in the White House to invade Venethe support of CARICOM for a peaceful solution and dialogue in favour of Venezuela. We know that for the good of Venezuela we have to sit down and talk, because to refuse to dialogue is to choose strength as a way. Keep in mind the words of John F. Kennedy: Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.

Are those who do not want to dialogue afraid of the truth?
 

The political intolerance towards the Venezuelan Bolivarian model and the desires for our immense oil resources, minerals and other great riches, has prompted an international coalition headed by the US government to commit the serious insanity of militarily attacking Venezuela under the false excuse of a non-existent humanitarian crisis.

The people of Venezuela have suffered painfully social wounds caused by a criminal commercial and financial blockade, which has been aggravated by the dispossession and robbery of our financial resources and assets in countries aligned with this demented o­nslaught.

And yet, thanks to a new system of social protection, of direct attention to the most vulnerable sectors, we proudly continue to be a country with a high human development index and low inequality in the Americas.

The American people must know that this complex multiform aggression is carried out with total impunity and in clear violation of the Charter of the United Nations, which expressly outlaws the threat or use of force, among other principles and purposes for the sake of peace and the friendly relations between Nations.

We want to continue being business partners of the people of the United States, as we have been throughout our history. Their politicians in Washington, o­n the other hand, are willing to send their sons and daughters to die in an absurd war, instead of respecting the sacred right of the Venezuelan people to self-determination and safeguarding their sovereignty.

Like you, people of the United States, we Venezuelans are patriots. And we shall defend our homeland with all the pieces of our soul.

Today Venezuela is united in a single clamor: we demand the cessation of the aggression that seeks to suffocate our economy and socially suffocate our people, as well as the cessation of the serious and dangerous threats of military intervention against Venezuela.

We appeal to the good soul of American society, victim of its own leaders, to join our call for peace, let us be all o­ne people against warmongering and war.

Long live the peoples of America!

Nicolás Maduro

12-02-19

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World Federalist Movement--Institute for Global Policy

WFM-IGP Press Release

For Immediate Release

16 March 2019

Atrocious US International Criminal Court policy must be challenged

 

New York - States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) must pressure the US government to stop impeding investigations by the ICC into war crimes committed in Afghanistan, said the World Federalist Movement Institute for Global Policy (WFM-IGP). 

 

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced o­n March 15 that the US will revoke or deny visas to ICC personnel investigating allegations of torture and other war crimes committed in the conflict in Afghanistan. 

Pompeo also announced that the US will consider imposing financial sanctions and restrictions o­n persons who take or have taken action to request or further such [ICC] investigations. 

 

The US governments policy undermines the rule of law in multilateral relations and sends the signal that might is right, said Dr Tawanda Hondora, Executive Director of WFM-IGP. 

This policy gives cover and effective immunity to US nationals and allies for acts of torture, murder, rape and other war crimes in Afghanistan, said Hondora.

It also sends a clear message that Afghani victims of some of the worst atrocities known to humanity are not deserving of justice, said Hondora. 

 

Members States of the United Nations, the US included, should investigate and prosecute or extradite individuals suspected of committing serious crimes under international law. This is the o­nly way to prevent the recurrence of the horrors of WWII and mass atrocities witnessed in Syria, Yemen, Sudan, DRC, the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda.

The USs abuse of its military and economic power to implement a policy that fuels impunity is deeply regrettable, said Hondora.

 

Pompeos shocking announcement also threatens the integrity and effectiveness of many of the worlds multilateral bodies, many of which have headquarters or operations in the US. Consequently, States should take concrete measures to protect the integrity and effectiveness of the international legal system and framework by pressuring the US government to reverse its outrageous and self-serving ICC policy. 

Today, its the ICC, and tomorrow it will be employees of other important global institutions such as the United Nations, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, said Hondora. 

 

In view of the US governments ICC policy, Members States must also initiate a debate in the United Nations General Assembly regarding international agencies ability to effectively discharge their responsibilities and to ensure the safety and well-being of their staff. 

The ICC is an important international criminal justice organ, which deserves the support of every member of the United Nations, not least of the Permanent Members of the Security Council. 

For more informationinfo@wfm-igp.org, +1 212 599-1320

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