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    Peterkim 2020. 10. 2. 07:18

    열세 명의 전현직 대통령들이 영국정부의 줄리앙아산지 추방 재판을 중지할 것과 즉각 석방을 촉구한다

    13 Presidents Past & Present urge UK Government to Halt Julian Assange’s Extradition Proceedings and Grant his Immediate Freedom
    By The Duran
    Sep 29, 2020 - 8:17:09 PM

    https://theduran.com/13-presidents-past-present-urge-uk-government-to-halt-julian-assanges-extradition-proceedings-and-grant-his-immediate-freedom

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    줄리안 아산지가 런던의 올드 베일리에서 미국의 인도와 싸우면서 13 명의 과거 및 현재 국가 원수, 수많은 장관, 국회의원 및 외교관을 포함한 100 명 이상의 저명한 정치인들이 오늘 절차의 불법성을 비난하고 아산지 Assange 's 즉시 석방을 호소했습니다. 

     

    As Julian Assange fights US extradition at the Old Bailey in London, over one hundred eminent political figures, including 13 past and present heads of state, numerous ministers, members of parliament and diplomats, have today denounced the illegality of the proceedings and appealed for Assange's immediate release.

     

    27 개 국가와 정치 스펙트럼에 걸친 정치인들은 미국의 인도 요청 및 인도 절차가 국내 및 국제법을 위반한다고 경고하는 영국 정부에 공개 서한을 승인함으로써 189 개의 독립 국제 변호사, 판사, 법률 학자 및 변호사 협회가 이에 동참했습니다. 공정한 재판권 및 기타 인권을 침해하고 언론의 자유와 민주주의를 위협합니다.

     

    The politicians from 27 different countries and from across the political spectrum have joined 189 independent international lawyers, judges, legal academics and lawyers' associations by endorsing their open letter to the UK Government warning that the US extradition request and extradition proceedings violate national and international law, breach fair trial rights and other human rights, and threaten press freedom and democracy.

     

    줄리안 아산지 석방을 지지하는 정치인으로는 제레미 코빈 (Jeremy Corbyn), 전 스페인 총리, 루이스 자파테로 (Luis Zapatero), 여러 유럽 의회의원, 전 브라질 대통령, 룰라 다실바 (Lula da Silva)와 딜마 루세프 (Dilma Roussef), 타당 의회 그룹의 호주 국회의원 등이 있습니다. 그들은 아산지 Assange를 석방할 것을 요청합니다.

    영국 의회의원, 전 스코틀랜드 법무장관, 변호사인 케네스 맥커스킬 Kenneth MacAskill은 "이것은 법적 절차가 아닌 정치적 십자가 처형이며 진실을 묻으려 하고, 이를 폭로하는 사람들을 매장하는 것"이라고 말했습니다.

     

    Politicians endorsing the call to free Julian Assange include Jeremy Corbyn, former Prime Minister of Spain, Luis Zapatero, several members of the European Parliament, former presidents of Brazil, Lula da Silva and Dilma Roussef, and Australian parliamentarians from the cross-party parliamentary group to free Assange.

    Kenneth MacAskill, Member of UK Parliament, former Justice Secretary of Scotland, and lawyer, commented, "This is a political crucifixion not legal process and is about seeking to bury truth and those exposing it."

     

    국제 정치 공동체의 영국 정부에 대한 전례없는 호소는 국제 앰네스티, 유럽 평의회, 미국 시민자유연합, 국경없는 기자, 휴먼 라이츠 워치 및 기타 수많은 권리 단체가 아산지의 기소가 끔찍한 영향을 미칠 것이라는 우려에 따른 것입니다. 언론의 자유를 누리십시오. 미국 정부가 Assange에 대한 혐의를 철회할 것을 촉구하는 국제 앰네스티의 청원은 40 만 명 이상의 서명을 받았습니다.

     

    The unprecedented appeal to the UK government by the international political community follows concerns raised by Amnesty International, the Council of Europe, The American Civil Liberties Union, Reporters Without Borders, Human Rights Watch, and numerous other rights organisations regarding the chilling effect Assange's prosecution will have on press freedom. Amnesty International's petition calling for the US Government to drop its charges against Assange has garnered over 400,000 signatures.

     

    오늘은 국제 앰네스티, PEN 노르웨이 등의 독립 참관인이 재판을 모니터링하지 못하도록 막음으로써 공개 정의 원칙을 지키지 못한 것에 대해 큰 비판을 불러일으키는 추방 청문회 3 주차가 시작되는 날입니다.

     

    트럼프 행정부는 언론인 및 출판사로서의 활동을 위해 간첩 법에 따라 그를 기소하기 위해 영국에서 Assange의 인도를 원하고 있습니다. 미국 정부의 기소 시도의 근거가 되는 2010 년 간행물은 이라크와 아프가니스탄에서 미국의 전쟁 범죄 증거를 포함하여 다양한 공익 정보로써 조명되었습니다. 지난주 청문회에서 법원은 아산지 Julian Assange와 위키리크스 WikiLeaks가 정보 제공자를 보호하기 위해 신중한 편집 절차를 수행했으며, 출판물로 인해 피해를 입은 정보원은 없으며 아산지 Julian Assange와 WikiLeaks는 편집되지 않은 케이블을 게시할 책임이 없다고 들었습니다. 그럼에도 불구하고 검찰은 기밀 정보를 게시하는 모든 언론인과 모든 언론을 기소할 권리가 미국에 있음을 주장했습니다.

     

    Today marks the beginning of the third week of the extradition hearings, which have drawn wide criticism for failing to uphold the principle of open justice by preventing independent observers including from Amnesty International, PEN Norway and others from monitoring the trial.

     

    The Trump administration is seeking Mr Assange's extradition from the UK to prosecute him under the Espionage Act for his work as a journalist and publisher. The 2010 publications, on which the US government's attempted prosecution is based, brought to light a range of public interest information, including evidence of US war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. Last week during the hearing the court heard that Julian Assange and WikiLeaks undertook careful redaction processes to protect informants, that no informants are known to have been harmed by their publications, and that Julian Assange and WikiLeaks were not responsible for publishing un-redacted cables. Nevertheless, the prosecution asserted the right of the US to prosecute all journalists and all media who publish classified information.

     

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    루이 다실바 Luiz InácioLula da Silva, 브라질 대통령 (2003-2010), 파리시 명예 시민 (2020), 노벨상 후보 (2018) : 

    "모든 언론인, 모든 변호사, 모든 노조원을 포함한 지구의 민주당원 그리고 모든 정치인들은 아산지 Assange를 방어하기 위해 자신을 표현할 용기가 없습니다. 그래서 그가 송환되지 않기 때문에 우리는 거짓말 쟁이인 많은 민주주의자들이 있다는 것을 의미합니다. Assange는 민주주의의 영웅으로 인식되어야 합니다. 나는 영국 국민, 프랑스 국민, 미국 국민이 이 잔학 행위를 용납하지 않기를 바랍니다. 흑인을 살해한 경찰관의 무릎꿇기와 마찬가지로 이것은 수백만 주지사의 무릎꿇기가 될 것입니다. 전 세계적으로 Assange를 질식시켜 그가 죽도록 했습니다. 그리고 우리는 그것을 허용해서는 안되는데 그의 삶의 권리를 보장해야 합니다.

     

    Luiz InácioLula da Silva,President of Brazil (2003-2010), Honorary citizen of the City of Paris (2020), Nobel Prize Nominee (2018):"If the democrats of the planet Earth, including all journalists, all lawyers, all unionists and all politicians, have no courage to express themselves in defence of Assange, so that he is not extradited, it means we have a lot democrats out there who are liars. Assange should be perceived as a hero of democracy.He does not deserve to be punished. I hope the people of the UK, the people of France, the people of the United States will not allow this atrocity. As was the knee of a policeman killing a black man, this will be the knees of millions of governors from around the world suffocating Assange so that he dies. And we do not have the right to allow that.

     

    "앤드류 윌키 Andrew Wilkie MP, Clark의 독립 회원이자 아산지 고국 귀국운동 의회 그룹 Bring Julian Assange Home Parliamentary Group의 공동 의장 :

    "Julian Assange는 미국 전쟁 범죄에 대한 확실한 증거를 포함하여 공익 정보를 게시한 이유로 정치적 박해를 받고 있습니다. 전쟁 범죄의 가해자인 미국이 현재 아산지 씨를 구인해서 데려가려고 한다는 것은 극단적으로 부당하고 영국 법에 따라 불법이라고 주장합니다. 그렇게 된다면 아산지 씨는 175 년의 징역형에 처할뿐만 아니라 모든 호주인, 특히 언론인에게 그들이 공격하는 국가로 인도될 위험에 처한다는 선례가 정해질 것입니다. "

     

    "Andrew Wilkie MP, Independent Member for Clark and Co-Chair of the Bring Julian Assange Home Parliamentary Group: "Julian Assange is being politically persecuted for publishing information that was in the public interest, including hard evidence of US war crimes. That the perpetrator of those war crimes, America, is now seeking to extradite Mr Assange is unjust in the extreme and arguably illegal under British law. If it goes ahead, not only would Mr Assange face 175 years in prison, but the precedent would be set for all Australians, and particularly journalists, that they are at risk of being extradited to any country they offend." 

     

    Mikuláš Peksa, Member of European Parliament, Member of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy: "Freedom of speech remains a crucial value in the beginning of the 21st century. Despite it sometimes revealing inconvenient truths, we shall do our best to protect it."

    Open Letterhttp://www.lawyersforassange.org/en/open-letter.html

    Political endorsements(LIVE ONCE EMBARGO LIFTS): http://www.lawyersforassange.org/en/endorsements.html

    Legal signatorieshttps://www.lawyersforassange.org/en/signatories-all.html

    Contact:lawyers4assange@protonmail.com

     

    FULL LIST OF POLITICAL ENDORSEMENTS:

    Heads of State

    1.             Alberto Fernández, President of Argentina (2019), lawyer, Professor of Criminal Law (University of Buenos Aires), former Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers, adviser to Deliberative Council of Buenos Aires and the Argentine Chamber of Deputies, deputy director of Legal Affairs of the Economy Ministry, Argentina

    2.             Barnaby Joyce, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia (2016 - 2018), former Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Minister for Resources and Northern Australia and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, former Senator, Member of Parliament, Commonwealth of Australia, Australia

    3.             Cristina Fernández de Kirchner,Vice President of Argentina (2019), President of Argentina (2007-2015), lawyer, Argentina

    4.             Dilma Rousseff, President of Brazil (2011-2016),economist, former Minister of Energy and former Chief of Staff of the Presidency of the Republic, Brazil

    5.             Ernesto Samper, President of Colombia (1994-1998), lawyer, economist, former Secretary General of UNASUR, Senator of the Republic and Minister of Economic Development, Ambassador of Colombia in Spain, Colombia

    6.             Evo Morales Ayma, President of Bolivia (2006-2019), trade unionist, activist and Bolivian leader of Aymara descent, President of the Six Federations of the Tropic of Cochabamba, Former President pro tempore of UNASUR and CELAC, Bolivia

    7.             Fernando Lugo,President of Paraguay (2008-2012)Senator, Roman Catholic priest and bishop, Paraguay

    8.             José Luis Zapatero, Prime Minister of Spain (2004-2011), lawyer, Professor of Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of León, former Deputy in General Courts by Madrid, deputy in General Courts of Spain, president of the Council of the European Union, Spain

    9.             José (Pepe) Mujica, President of Uruguay (2010-2015)Former Deputy, Senator and Minister of Livestock Agriculture and Fisheries, Uruguay

    10.          Leonel Fernández, President of the Dominican Republic (1996-2012), lawyer,president of the EU-LAC Foundation, president of the World Federation of United Nations Associations, Professor at Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) and Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

    11.          Luiz InácioLula da Silva,President of Brazil (2003-2010), Honorary citizen of the City of Paris (2020), Nobel Prize Nominee (2018),Brazil

    12.          Martín Torrijos,President of the Republic of Panama (2004-2009), political scientist and economist, Panama

    13.          Nicolas Maduro Moros,President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Venezuela

    14.          Rafael Correa, President of Ecuador (2007-2017), former Minister for the Economy, Professor of Economics,Ecuador

     

    15.          Álvaro García Linera,Vice President of Bolivia (2006-2019), mathematician, academic,Bolivia

    Ministers, Diplomats and Other Politicians

    16.          Jeremy Corbyn,Labour Member of Parliament (since 1983), Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition (2015-2020), United Kingdom

    17.          John McDonnell,Member of Parliament (since 1997), Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2015-2020), UnitedKingdom

     

    18.          Andrew Wilkie, MP,Independent Federal Member for Clark, Australia

    19.          Julian Hill,Member of Federal Parliament, Commonwealth of Australia, Australia

     

    20.          Gregor Golobič, philosopher, former Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology, former Secretary General of Liberal Democracy party, former president of Zares party, advisor to former President of the Republic of Slovenia, Dr. Janez Drnovšek, Slovenia

    21.          Arthur Chesterfield-EvansM.B.,B,S., F.R.C.S.(Eng.), M.Appl.Sci. (OHS), M.Pol.Sci. Ex-Member of Legislative Council New South Wales Parliament, Australia

     

    22.          Ögmundur Jónasson, former Icelandic Minister of Interior, Iceland

    23.          Ron Paul, Former U.S. Congressman from Texas, United States of America

    24.          Peter Whish-Wilson, Australian Greens, Senator for Tasmania, Australia

    25.          Jožef Školč, political scientist, former Minister of Culture, former State Secretary for Culture, first president of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDS), former head of Liberal Democracy, former President of the National Assembly, Slovenia

    26.          Prof.Slavoj Žižek, philosopher, sociologist, psychologist, psychoanalyst, theologian, politician and cultural critic, author, former member of the Liberal Democratic Party and its candidate for the presidency of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia (1990), Slovenia

    27.          Carlo Sommaruga, lawyer, Member of Swiss Parliament, Conseiller aux Etats, Switzerland28.          Patrick Breyer, Member of the European Parliament, Member of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, Germany

    29.          Marketa Gregorova, Member of the European Parliament, Vice-Chair of the delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly, Czech Republic

    30.          Mikuláš Peksa, Member of the European Parliament, Member of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, biophysicist, Czech Republic

    31.          Yanis Varoufakis, Member of the Hellenic Parliament for Athens B, Minister of Finance (2015), former Secretary-General of MeRA25, economist, academic, philosopher, Greece

    32.          Spomenka Hribar, author, philosopher, sociologist, politician, columnist, public intellectual, co-founder of the Slovenian Democratic Union (1989), former prominent member of the Democratic opposition of Slovenia (Demos), and key figure in the efforts for the independence and democratization of Slovenia, Slovenia33.          George Christensen, Member of the House of Representatives, journalist, Australia34.          Jean-Luc Lagleize, Member of the French National Assembly, Member of the Committee on Economic Affairs, computer scientist, France35.          Nick McKim, Senator, Australia

    36.          Cédric Wermuth,Congressman of the Nationalrat des Schweizerischen Parlaments, Vice President of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland, Switzerland

    37.          Enrique Fernando Santiago Romero,Congressman, Secretary-General of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE), lawyer,Spain

    38.          Clare Daly, Member of the European Parliament, Republic ofIreland

     

    39.          Kenneth Wright MacAskill, Member of Parliament, Shadow SNP Spokesperson, Cabinet Secretary for Justice (2007-2014), United Kingdom

     

    40.          Idoia Villanueva Ruiz, Member of the European Parliament, former Senator, Spain

     

    41.          Eric Bertinat, Conseiller municipal et chef de groupe UDC Ville de Genève, Président de la commission du lodgement, Ancien président du Conseil municipal, Switzerland

    42.          Joti Brar,Deputy Leader of the Workers Party of Britain, United Kingdom

    43.          Gregor Gysi, Member of Parliament of the German Bundestag,lawyer, author, moderator, Germany

    44.          Guillaume Long, former Permanent Representative of Ecuador to the United Nations Organization,former Minister of Foreign Affairs,Minister of Culture and Heritage, Coordinating Minister of Knowledge and Human Talent, former advisor to the National Secretariat of Planning and Development of Ecuador,France / Ecuador

    45.          Matthew Robson, former Minister for Courts, Minister of Corrections and Disarmament, Minister for Land Information, Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Association Of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA), New Zealand

    46.          Michel Larive,Member of the French National Assembly, Member of the Committee for Cultural Affairs and Education, France

    47.          Mike Gravel,United States Senator (1969-1981), who officially released the Pentagon Papers, former Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives, presidential candidate (2020), United States of America

    48.          Mirella Liuzzi,Member of Parliament of Italy, Italy

    49.          Txema Guijarro García, Member of the Congress of Deputies, Chair of the Congress' Committee on Budget, economist, Spain

    50.          George Galloway, leader of the Workers Party of Britain, former Member of Parliament (1987-2009 and 2013-2015), former general secretary of War on Want, writer, broadcaster, United Kingdom

    51.          ProfJadranka Šturm Kocjan, retired Professor of pedagogy and psychology, Member of Parliament (1992-1996), Ambassador in Bucharest (2010-2015), Ambassador in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay (2015-2019), Slovenia52.          Franco Juri, geographer, journalist, publicist, author, Member of Parliament (1990-93, 2008-11), vice-president of the Zares Party (2011), Ambassador in Spain and Cuba (1993-1997), state secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1997-2000), Slovenia53.       Scott Ludlam,Senator (2008-2017), former deputy Leader of the Australian Greens, Australia

    54.          Adriana Salvatierra, Senator and President of the Senate of Bolivia,Bolivia

    55.          Alberto Rodríguez Saá, Governor of San Luis Province, lawyer, Argentina

    56.          Alejandro Navarro,Senator, Professor of Philosophy, Chile

    57.          Alexandre Padilha,Senator, Minister of Institutional Relations in the Lula administration and Minister of Health under Dilma Rousseff, physician, Brazil

    58.          Alicia Castro, Argentina's Ambassador in Russia, former Argentina's Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2012- 2016), former Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela's Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Argentina / Venezuela

    59.          Aloizio Mercadante,former Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation Minister of Educatio, former Chief of Staff of the Presidency of the Republic, former Deputy and Senator, Brazil

    60.          Andréia de Jesus Silva, State Congresswoman of Minas Gerais State, lawyer, Brazil

    61.          Áurea Carolina, Federal Congressman of Minas Gerais State, political scientist, Brazil

    62.          Beatriz Paredes,Senator,former Ambassador of Mexico in Cuba and in Brazil, former Congresswoman and former Governor of the state of Tlaxcala, former President of the Congress of the Union, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate,Mexico

    63.          Camilo Lagos,National President of the Progressive Party of Chile and of the Progresa Foundation,Chile

    64.          Carlos Alfonso Tomada, Legislator of the City of Buenos Aires, lawyer, former Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Security, Director of the Centre for Labour and Development Studies of the National University of San Martín, Argentina

    65.          Carlos Ominami,former Minister of Economy, former Senator, economist, Order of the Rising Sun award-winner (Japan), Chile

    66.          Carlos Sotelo García,former Senator, former Undersecretary of Political Development, Secretary of Image and Propaganda Organization, Government Exercise and Electoral Action,Mexico

    67.          CelsoNunez Amorim,former Brazilian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, former Minister of Foreign Relations and former Minister of Defence, Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Brazil

    68.          Chris Williamson, former Member of Parliament and former Shadow Minister for Communities and Local Government, UK

    69.          Clara López Obregón, former Minister of Labour,former Mayor of Bogotá and former Auditor General of the Republic, lawyer, economist, Professor at the Universidad del Rosario and Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

    70.          Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas,former Senator for the state of Michoacán and former Head of Government of Mexico City,Mexico

    71.          Daniel Martínez,former Senator of the Republic and Mayor of Montevideo,former Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining, Uruguay

    72.          David Choquehuanca,former Foreign Minister of Bolivia,Bolivia

    73.          David Miranda,Federal Congressman of Rio de Janeiro State, named by named by Time magazine one of the world's next generation of new leaders (2019), Brazil

    74.          Edmilson Rodrigues,Federal Congressman of Pará State, former Mayor of Belém, architect, Brazil

    75.          Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, Minister of Women, Genders and Diversity, lawyer, Professor, Member of Consejo de la Internacional Progresista, Argentina

    76.          Esperanza Martínez,Senator, former Minister of Public Health and Social Welfare, Paraguay

    77.          Fabiana Rios, Congresswoman, former Governor of the province of Tierra del Fuego,Argentina

    78.          Felipe Solá,Congressman, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, former Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina

    79.          Fernanda Melchionna, Federal Congressman of Rio Grande do Sul State, Leader of PSOL in the Federal Chamber of Deputies,Brazil

    80.          Fernanda Vallejos, Congresswoman, economist, Argentina

    81.          Fernando Haddad, former Minister of Education, former Mayor of São Paulo, former Chief of staff to the Finance and Economic Development Secretary of the Municipality of São Paulo and Special advisor to the Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management, presidential candidate (2018), lawyer, academic, Professor of Political Science, department of the University of São Paulo, Brazil

    82.          Ivan Valente, Federal Congressman of São Paulo State, engineer, Brazil

    83.          Fernando Solanas,Argentine Ambassador to UNESCO, former National Senator, film director, screenwriter, special Honorary Golden Bear at Berlin Film Festival prize winner, Argentina

    84.          Fidel Ernesto Naváez, former Ecuadorian Consul and First Secretary in the United Kingdom, Ecuador

    85.          Florencia Juana Saintout, Congresswoman of Buenos Aires Province, former dean of the Facultad de Periodismo y Cominicación Social (UNLP) (2010-2018), Argentina

    86.          Francisco Durañona,Senator, former Mayor of San Antonio de Areco, Argentina

    87.          Gabriel Mariotto, former vice Buenos Aires Governor, journalist,Argentina

    88.          Gabriela Rivadeneira,former President of the National Assembly of Ecuador, former Governor of Imbabura, Ecuador

    89.          Glauber Braga, Federal Congressman of Rio de Janeiro State, lawyer, Brazil

    90.          Horacio Chique, Councillor of Moreno FDT, Buenos Aires district, Argentina

    91.          Jorge Arreaza, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Venezuela

    92.          Jorge Enrique Taiana,Congressman,former Ambassador of Argentina in Guatemala,former Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, Legislator of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

    93.          José Eduardo Cardozo, former Minister of Justice, former Attorney General and Federal Deputy, lawyer,Brazil

    94.          José Miguel Insulza, Senator, former Secretary General of the Organization of American States, Minister of Foreign Affairs, former Home office Secretary, former Secretary General of the Presidency, former Minister of the Interior, lawyer and Professor of Political Theory at the University of Chile and of Political Science at the Catholic University, Chile

     

    95.          Karol Cariola,Congresswoman,doctor in medicine, Chile

     

    96.          Luiza Erundina, Federal Congresswoman of São Paulo State, former Mayor of São Paulo, sociologist, Brazil

    97.          Marcelo Brignoni,Chief of Staff of Advisors to the Presidency of MERCOSUR Parliament, former Congressman, Argentina

    98.          Marcelo Freixo, Federal Congresswoman of Rio de Janeiro State,. Chairman of the Defence of Human Rights and Citizenship Commission on the Rio de Janeiro Legislative Assembly, broadcaster and Professor, Brazil

    99.          Marco Enríquez-Ominami, former Congressman, founder and former president of Fundación Progresa, filmmaker, France / Chile

    100.       María Cristina Perceval,former Senator, Permanent Representative of Argentina to the United Nations (2012), Professor of Advanced Epistemology at UNCuyo, Argentina

    101.       María José Lubertino, former National Congresswoman, President of the Asociación Ciudadana por los Derechos humanos, lawyer, Argentina

    102.       María Rachid, Congresswoman for the constituency of Buenos Aires, Head of the Instituto contra la Discriminación de la Defensoría del Pueblo de Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires (CABA), vice-president of the National Institute Against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism,Argentina.

    103.       Maximiliano Reyes,Undersecretary for Latin America and Caribbean of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, former Congressman, Mexico

    104.       Mónica Xavier,Senator, doctor in medicine, Uruguay

    105.       Oscar Alberto Laborde, Congressman, President of Mercorsur Parliament (Palasur),Argentina

    106.       Pablo Bergel,former Congressman for the constituency of Buenos Aires, environmentalist,Argentina

    107.       Paulo Pimenta,State Congressman of Rio Grande so Sul State, journalist, Brazil

     

    108.       Sâmia Bomfim,Federal Congresswoman of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil

     

    109.       Talíria Petrone, Federal Congresswoman of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil

    110.       Tarso Genro,former Minister for Justice, International Relations and Education political adviser to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, former President of Brazil, former Governor of Rio Grande do Sul, former mayor of Porto Alegre, lawyer, Brazil

    111.       Tereza Campello, former Minister of Social Development and Fight against Hunger,economist, international consultant on social development and social protection, visiting fellow at University of Nottingham (UK), Professor and research associate at the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ), Brazil

    112.       Verónika Mendoza,former Congresswoman, former Vice Presidency of the Committee on Culture and Cultural Heritage, Member of the Commission of Andean, Amazonian and Afro-Peruvian Peoples, Environment and Ecology, shift coordinator of the Parliamentary Representation of Cusco, president of the Decentralization Commission, Peru

    113.       Wadih Damous, Congressman, former President of the Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil (OAB) in Rio de Janeiro, lawyer,Brazil

    114.       Zoé Robledo Aburto,former Secretary of Human Rights, former Senator and Deputy, Director of the Mexican Social Security Institute, Mexico

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    깊은국가가 감추고싶은 이야기들을 들쳐내어서 발표를하니 당연히 쫓기는 신세가된것이죠

    미국이 베트남을 공격하기위해서 벌인 자작극 근데 이것뿐이 아니죠 모든셰계사람들도 의심하고있는 이라크침공 과911사건
    911이 재대로 밝혀진다면 이거야말로 대형사건이죠 근데 아직도 언론들은 가만히있죠

    누가봐도 의심스럽죠 빌딩두개가 비행기 충돌로 가루처럼 무너진거 그렇다쳐도 좀떨어진 그큰빌딩은 왜가루가되서 무너졌는지
    그때 뉴스를보면 지진에의해서 그랬다는데 그럼 왜 그밖에 빌딩을은전부 무사한지 그것만 부실로 지었는지 아무리 부실이라해도
    그게 가루가되나 이해불가의 미스테리

    그리고 쌍둥이 빌딩이 무너지기전에 왜 전액보험은 들었는지 그전까지는 전액보험을 안들었다가 왜 무너질것을 미리알았나?

    이런게 보통사람들의 의문점들입니다 그러나 거기에대해선 더이상의 언론의 추적은없고 그냥 끝입니다

    언론도 그무엇도 전부 그들과 함께하니까 그냥 그들이 내보내는것만 보는게 당연하죠 근데 아산지가 갑자기 들추어내니까
    반역이라고 잡으려하는겁니다 바른말을하는게 반역인 그들의 세상이죠

    어제동영상을보니 미국이 북한을 더이상 봐주지않는다는 말이 나오는것같습니다 이게포석이라는겁니다 그들은 항상 무슨일을
    하기전에 포석을깔아요 이렇게된이유가 그들은 그렇게 배웠다는겁니다 지구를점령하고있던 외계인이 일을할때는 그렇게
    해야한다고 말했는지 그래야 그외계인의 카르마가 생기지않는지 모르지만 그들은꼭 치기전에 포석부터 깔고 이제우리가 간다고 말하죠

    이런것을안다면 우리나라의 대처가 좋아야하는겁니다 미국이 북한을 칠수없게 만들어야하는데 이게 참 우리도 하늘에서 벌을받고잇는지
    막을 사람들이 없죠 되려 미국이 치게만들어요 미국를배제하고 친중으로가고 그래서 미국이 더이상 한국을 보호할 명분을 주지않고

    친중하고 친북하면 북한이 좋아할줄아는데 아니죠 그렇게하면 미국이 자신들치는거 그들은 뻔하게 알아요
    그래서 북한이 개성공단 건물폭파하고 우리사람죽이는거 아닙니까 이제남한과는 상대도 안한다는거죠

    근데우리는 자꾸 북한에게 손을내밀면서 함께 잘해보자고 해요 이게북한입장에선 염장 지르고있는겁니다

    우리가 미국을 떠나게 만들거나 지금처럼 미국이 동참하라고해도 거부하고 우리는친중이다 한다면 미국이 어떻게 생각활까요

    지금것 북한과 전쟁을 안한이유는 한가지에요 북한의 방사포를 막을수없다 미국과 북한이 전쟁을하면 그들은 방사포로 서울을
    공격할것이다 그래서 전쟁은 힘들다입니다

    근데 지금처럼 정부가 미국을 몰아내고그러면 미국은 이제북한과 전쟁해도 별거없다 죽어도 지들이 죽는거지 우리는 그냥
    북한핵만 없애고 북한와해되면 새로운정부와 친미관계를 맺으면 끝이다라고 보게된다는겁니다

    근데북한은 핵도 가지고 있어요 전쟁나면 그핵을 어디로 쏘겠습니다 일본의미군주둔기지 한국의 미군주둔기지 거기에 방사포
    그럼 누가죽나요? 우리가 죽겟죠 전쟁에 이기겟지만 그피해는 말도못하겟죠 북한이야 끝나는것이고

    북한은 이것을 보았다는거죠 남한이 자구 친중하면서 미국을 몰아낼때 이것을보았는데 남한에서는 자꾸 북한에게 손을내미니끼
    화가 나는거죠 북한에선 남한은 친미하면서 미국에가서 미국과 북한과 협상을 잘해달라고 자꾸 부탁을하는걸 원하는겁니다

    근데 우리는현재 미국에게는 고개들고 너네 자꾸 그러면 우리랑 함께할수없다고 하고있잖아요 이게북한에게는 죽을맛인데
    도대체 정부에 사람이 있는건지 아니면 자신들은 이런걸 바라는지 참 우리국민들 마지막때에 깨어나는게 필연같습니다

    오늘 동영상을 많이보았는데 그씨이트죠 거기서 느끼는게 하늘이그렇게복잡한구조인가 인체도 그렇게 복잡하게 만들었나
    새로운거라서 지식은쌓이는데 가슴은 아무것도 못느껴요 내가 받아들일 글들은 머리보다 가슴이 먼저 알거든요

    그래서 네이버를 찾았죠 그랫더니 왜 내가슴이 반응이 없었나 하는 이유가 나오는데 혹시나 했지만 역시나였습니다

    당분간 자숙하면서 하나님이란분이 가르쳐준 명상이나 하면서 지내야겟네요 그분글을 가슴이 반응을해서 아 그렇구나했는데

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