Saturday, 30 January 2010

Do we really have rights as an Indigenous population ?

Do we really have rights as an Indigenous population ?
EHRC and ZaNuLabour think not.
As more of the INDIGENOUS Population wakes up to the 'BLOODLESS GENOCIDE' (except for the 'Family Planning' extermination centres ) of our people, the EHRC are trying to use LAW to force the extermination of the British.
Denying us OUR RIGHTS.

But do we have RIGHTS as an INDIGENOUS People ?
According to the EHRC and ZaNuLabour we don't.
According to them we don't have the RIGHT as an INDIGENOUS Population to Self-Determination.
If we did would Nick Griffin and the BNP be in court facing RACIST ANTI-WHITE demands from an unelected ZaNuLabour Hate Quango ?
But if we do have the right, in international law to Self-Determination we should be receiving a tidy sum from the EHRC and ZaNuLabour for their attempted GENOCIDE.
As far as I can tell WE as a PEOPLE and NATION do have unalienable rights under UN International Law "

Recognition Under International Agreement

The indigenous rights of a native population (that must include the native population of the British Isles) are recognised and stipulated by the member states of the United Nations [1].

On the 13th September 2007 the United Nations 'Declaration On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples' was adopted by the UN General Assembly.

Of particular interest are the following solemn proclamations, that:

Indigenous peoples and individuals have the right not to be subject to forced assimilation or destruction of their culture.” [Article 8(1)];

Indigenous peoples and individuals have the right to belong to an indigenous community or nation, in accordance with the traditions and customs of the community or nation concerned … no discrimination of any kind may arise from the exercise of such a right” [Article 9];

Indigenous peoples have the right to own, use, develop and control the lands, territories and resources that they possess by reason of traditional ownership or other traditional occupation or use, as well as those which they have otherwise acquired.” [Article 26(1)]"

The UN Declaration on INDIGENOUS PEOPLE are"Welcoming the fact that Indigenous peoples are organising themselves for POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL enhancement and in order to bring an end ALL forms of DISCRIMINATION (Positive Discrimination = ANTI-WHITE) and OPPRESSION... [...] Emphasizing that the United Nations has an importantand Continuing role to play in PROMOTING and PROTECTING the RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE".

It is therefore asserted that the indigenous people of the British Isles (the native Britons) can rely on the support of the United Nations in defending our rights against our totalitarian Government – and against enforced multiculturalism and colonisation.


But going against UN Law never stopped ZaNuLabour before (see Iraq & Afghanistan wars).

Let's hope that after we win seats in Parliament and New Labour are destroyed maybe these rights will be restored to US the ENGLISH and the BRITISH.




We must all start sending our complaints to the UN high commissioner for human rights,UNOG-OHCHR,1211 Geneva 10,Switerland,i sent mine in december 2007,and am awaiting a reply,lol,it was sent recorded delivery,so i know that it arrived,there is also another quango in Danemark,set up specifically to deal with enquiries of this kind,complete with dodgy email addresses so that you can never contact them,i also notice that parts of UNDRIP have been incorporated into the new BNP membership criteria,whuch is also not good enough for the guyanan coon,which is why every interested party in England must make a complaint,they will be unable to ignore thousands of us.

Edward said...

You say 'going against UN Law never stopped ZaNuLabour before (see Iraq & Afghanistan wars)'

Military intervention in Afghanistan was approved by United Nations Security Council Resolution 1386 (2001).

Silly Kuffar said...

I do apologise Edward.

I shall rephrase that.

You say 'going against UN Law never stopped ZaNuLabour before (see Iraq)

There all better now ?

Silly Kuffar said...

Thanks Englishman.
Could you Enlighten me more on contacting the UN on this please ?

I think your idea could have some merit if we get a few folk complaining about the lack of rights as an Indigenous people we have under ZaNuLabour.

Silly Kuffar.

Sir Henry Morgan said...
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Sir Henry Morgan said...

I just removed my own comment in order to amend it.

" ... they will be unable to ignore thousands of us."

Wanna bet? We're Whitey, remember, and everyone dumps on Whitey.

There is only one way to sort this out and that is to take power in these islands. The same applies to every other Whitey-type country.