Canadá: Consejo de Ancianos de Tribus Indígenas piden a Iglesia Católica abandonar su territorio por violaciones, torturas y asesinatos a niños

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Publicado el miércoles, 21 de septiembre de 2011.
Autor: Jeremiah Jourdain.Fuente: Protege a tus hijos.

COMENTARIO: Aprendan nuestros representantes a adoptar medidas claras y contundentes, pero aprendemaos los ciudadanos a tener los representantes que lo hagan posible como en este caso, mediante una democracia real y efectiva y un respeto a los Derechos Humanos Universales.

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ORDEN PÚBLICA DE DESALOJO

Emitida contra las corporaciones conocidas como Iglesia Católica Romana, Iglesia Anglicana, y la Iglesia Unida de Canadá.

Decretada por el Concilio de Jefes y Ancianos de las tribus aborígenes Inuit, Cree, Metis, Mohawk, Anishnabe y de las tribus Basque y Gaélic bajo el amparo de la tradicional y soberana Ley de Jurisdicción Territorial.  

Al día de hoy, domingo 18 de septiembre de 2011, sus organizaciones, su clero y sus ministros deben de desocupar para siempre nuestros territorios y tierras, y sus propiedades y riquezas se reclaman y se adjudican para pasar a ser de uso y posesión de toda nuestra gente.

El derecho de ustedes a operar en nuestras tierras lo han perdido por las violaciones, torturas y asesinatos de nuestros niños; por rehusar hacer cambios y hacer justicia, y por su traición de su propia fe y a la confianza pública.

Salgan de aquí ahora y para siempre

Si ustedes continúan funcionando y operando en nuestras tierras después del 18 de septiembre de 2011, su clero y sus ministros cometerán delito de orden criminal por ocupación ilegal y podrían ser detenidos y arrestados de inmediato por nuestros Oficiales de Paz de la Ley Comunitaria.  

Invitamos a todos los miembros de estas iglesias a honrar esta Orden de Desalojo retirándoles toda ayuda financiera y material a estas corporaciones criminales que se presentan como cuerpos religiosos, y que se permita sean  encontrados culpables de complicidad de todos estos crímenes.

Esta Orden de Desalojo será hecha cumplir con acciones directas, no violentas por nuestra gente para ocupar pacíficamente las propiedades de las iglesias rde estas corporaciones, y las utilizaran para acomodar a los desamparados y para dar alimentos a los hambrientos.  

Invocamos la Gran Ley de Paz y de Soberanía de nuestras respectivas Tribus  proclamando la expulsión y de desalojo permanentes de nuestras comunidades a la Iglesia Católica Romana, a la Iglesia de Inglaterra (Anglicana-Episcopal), y a la Iglesia Unida de Canadá.

Posteada en esas iglesias en todo el mundo a las 11:00 am (hora local) el domingo 18 de septiembre de 2011 - Publicado bajo autoridad del Consejo de Nueve Ancianos Tradicionales del Tribunal Internacional contra Crímenes de las Iglesias y del Estado

Firmado:

Jeremiah Jourdain, Representante

International Tribunal Crimes into Crimes of Church and State

[Tribunal Internacional contra Crímenes de las Iglesias y del Estado]

www.itccs.org

Traducido por:

Editorial Canadá para Protege a tus hijos

Canadá @ protegeatushijos.org

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A Proclamation to the Churches Responsible for the Torture and Murder of our Children

Posted on September 06, 2011 by itccs

It is Time for You to Leave

Breaking Free

Invoking the Ancient Community Law of Banishment

Issued by the Elders of The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State, In Council, on September 6, 2011

The Christian churches responsible for the abduction, detainment, forced labor, rape, indoctrination, torture and murder of generations of our children and their descendents have violated the laws of God and humanity, and damaged our societies, far beyond the power of any apology or reparation to undo.

These churches have betrayed the innocent as well as their public trust, and violated the essential morality upon which any healthy society survives. In so doing, they have mocked and blasphemed their Creator, denied their essential teachings, and condemned themselves in the eyes of God and the laws of man.

These churches have in this manner forfeited their right to continue to function as protected or subsidized legal bodies among us.

They must depart forever from our communities. As of Sunday, September 18, 2011, they are banned from operating in our territories.

In all of our societies, the survival of the community, and the well being of children as the next generation, is paramount. Anyone or anything that threatens children and places itself above the law and the power of families to protect their young becomes a clear and present danger to our survival, and must be disarmed and disestablished for the good of all.

The main perpetrator of a regime of intergenerational terror against children – the Vatican and its Catholic Church Corporation – is incapable of being reformed into a benign institution because its worldview and principles are based on contempt for the inherent goodness of nature and children.

When the church absolves itself and its priests for raping and destroying that goodness, it is expressing that contempt, and commits an unpardonable crime that violates God and humanity, and the Great Law of Peace.

Jesus himself prescribes the punishment for harming children and their sanctity: the death of the offender. But rather than a millstone, we attach a more effective cure around the neck of the offending institutions, by prescribing for them a social death through their banishment from our midst, and their disestablishment as recognized institutions.

As of Sunday, September 18, 2011, we will commence this Abolition movement by declaring every church guilty of these crimes to be permanently banned from our communities.

As of that date, we will conduct a massive and ongoing public boycott campaign of these churches, denying them all financial support, attendance and public services. Their church properties are declared to be communalized and as of September 18, will be open to all people on a secular basis to use for their benefit, especially as shelters for the homeless. Their priests and officials will not be allowed to practice in our midst. And their assets and wealth will be declared to be owned by the community, and shall be distributed according to the needs of our people.

We will conduct this Abolition movement on the highest moral plain of direct, non-violent action, standing on truth and love, and on our inherent sovereign power and rights as free men and women.

We ask that Catholics, Protestants, and all members of these banished church bodies consent to help us in this process of socially disestablishing the corporate institutions that are the cause of these crimes, by leaving these churches voluntarily and joining the rest of our community in reclaiming the teachings of Christ that have been so violated and trampled asunder by the church.

As part of this Reclamation of not only the structure but the soul of Christianity, we urge Christians to dissociate themselves from the long and bloody history of Christendom, by helping us bring to trial and judgment the persons and beliefs responsible for the murder and genocide of entire nations and their children.

Our Abolition movement has already commenced, among traditional elders of indigenous nations in Canada, who have issued Banning and Eviction Proclamations on their territories against the Catholic and Protestant churches responsible for the deaths of their children in their Indian residential schools.

We will extend this movement to embrace all peoples across the world that have been harmed and brutalized by churches functioning beyond all accountability and law.

We invoke the Great Law of Peace and Justice, and the inherent land law jurisdiction of our sovereign nations, as we proclaim this, the permanent expulsion and banishment from all of our communities of the Roman Catholic Church, the Church of England (Anglican-Episcopalian), and the United Church of Canada (Methodist-Presbyterian).

We call upon all people to enforce this Expulsion and Banishment through the peaceful and permanent occupation of the properties of these churches.

This Proclamation is passed unanimously by the nine elders of the ITCCS Executive, from the Inuit, Cree, Metis, Mohawk, Anishnabe, Basque and Gaelic nations. It will be publicly read and posted around the world on Sunday, September 18 at 11 am. Please distribute this Proclamation in your own communities.

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