Fourth World nations’ desire to use international human rights laws to protect their interests and prevent depredations on their culture, land, and way of life has come at a time when UN member states are abandoning Human Rights laws. With the reelection of David Cameron as the UK prime ministership and the sweeping election of… more
- May 8, 2015 by Rudolph C. Rÿser, Ph.D.
- May 5, 2015 by Rudolph C. Rÿser, Ph.D.
[English and Spanish Text] The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) concluded its 14th Meeting on 1 May by issuing a series of new recommendations for action by the UN Economic and Social Council (EcoSoc) – the parent body of the UNPFII. These items may well cause Fourth World nations the world over… more
- Apr 30, 2015 by Jay Taber
When 350 targeted Bolivia and The Peoples Agreement on Climate Change for subversion in 2010, it was an act of aggression with roots in the 2009 attempted coup — funded by the U.S. State Department — in reaction to the 2008 constitutional revolution of Bolivia’s indigenous peoples. The inspiration for the indigenous uprising, that saw… more
- Apr 25, 2015 by Jay Taber
Singing an SOS for their traditional homelands. more
- Apr 24, 2015 by Jay Taber
John Pilger reports on the current ethnic cleansing policy of the Government of Australia, aimed at dispossessing the remaining Aboriginal homelands on behalf of industry. Massive cuts to indigenous housing, health, legal aid and social programs reflect the view of the Australian prime minister that, “It’s not the job of taxpayers to subsidize lifestyle choices.”… more