Thursday, 19 March 2015

WHO THE HELL GAVE THE UK THE 'RIGHT" TO EVICT THE INDIGENOUS LANDLORDS OF THE CHAGOS ISLANDS SO THE USA COULD HAVE A MILITARY BASE?


Who the hell gave the UK the right to evict the indigenous landlords of the Chagos Islands so the USA could have a military base on 'Diego Garcia'? Down with Imperialist bastards - ALL of them!

By Ardaga Widor in Brazil

The headline attracted me (see link below). I’m in real need of GOOD news while working
at the dire genocide front again, of Brazilian agro-fascists clinching
on Indigenous (paper) Land and the rightful owners with no support by
government or judiciary against the decade-long invaders and
exploiters and no place to plant or hunt and no money to buy food
stuff…
Yet, it didn't cheer me really up. To read the article. Because above
everything else it rather is a brief yet crystal clear lesson on the
extreme perfidy of the game played by World Empire senior and
(current) World Empire junior. And when they team up (as they always
do after the son’s revolt and independence) to keep things in their
world order, it’s annoying and revolting just as much as any other
institutionalized power injustice.

And again I can’t but provoke with their very favorite label word (of
things, organizations, states and people/s they want to get rid of):
Terrorism. And utmost cynical one. Camouflaged as “green action for
the planet”. In case you got a map nearby please check the geographic
situation of the islands. And then explain to me and to yourself that
UK government sentence:

“The UK has promised to return the Chagos Islands to Mauritius when
they are no longer needed for defense purposes”.

Right. I live at the southern edge of small town Piatã in Bahia,
Brazil. But in order to defend my security I grab your flat at
Sheffield and your house in Kentucky.

I couldn't but understand. If one of these islanders would stuff
dynamite into the next British or US ship he or she could get close
to. At least emotionally and rationally I’d really dig it.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/19/un-ruling-raises-hope-of-return-for-exiled-chagos-islanders

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