The Case for Indigenous Self-determination:
The special and legal rights of the original Miskitu inhabitants bordering the five Central American Republics.
Help the original Miskitu inhabitants of Central America bordering the five Republics. get justice from the United Nations, the USA and Great Britain and hold big industry, poachers and the President of Nicaragua (Daniel Ortega) accountable for historic and ongoing damage to Miskitu lands, Natural resources (without compensation) and lives due to industrial development, land stealing, hostile illegal natural resources take over. Ethnic cleansing has become the weapon of choice as Daniel Ortega carries out his plan to construct the Nicaraguan Canal and take the ancestral land and natural resources from the inhabitants alongside foreign investors. The health, safety, morality, human rights and political sovereignty of The Miskitu peoples have been systematically revoked. The ownership of land and rights to all on it is that of the original inhabitants who prior to 1893-94 were a thriving prosperous civilization (who since 1894 have been oppressed, enslaved and countless other atrocities and now complete extermination of not only people but the whole ecology and environment) Nicaragua and the other 4 republics did not exist prior to 1821 and according to CWJ, other researchers and carbonation the Miskitu inhabitants have been in that region (it is believed) AD 900 – 1894 . They were recognized as a sovereign nation in 1638 by the same Great Britain that recognized the USA a sovereign country in 1783. The Miskitu Nation, which is comprised of, but not limited to multiple autonomous indigenous communities such as the Rama, Garifuna, Mayangna, Miskitu, Ulwa and other tribes have endured illegal land swaps, village raids, starvation, rapes, genocide, and a long list of unthinkable atrocities in order to clear the land for this massive industrial project and their abundant natural resources.
The Nicaraguan/Chinese Canal and dishonest big business also threatens some of the most fragile, pristine and scientifically important marine, terrestrial and lacustrine ecosystems in Central America. Some 240 kilometers north of the most likely route of the canal lies the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve — 2 million hectares of tropical forest that is the last refuge of many disappearing species. Less than 115 kilometers to the south is the Indio Maiz Biological Reserve, with more than 318,000 hectares of tropical dry forest. Worse still, the probable canal route cuts through the northern sector of the Cerro Silva Natural Reserve.
An international community of conservationists, scientists and sociologists need to join the concerned citizens and researchers of Nicaragua in demanding two things. First, independent assessments of the repercussions of this mega-project; and second, that the Nicaraguan government halts the project should the assessments confirm fears that this canal will yield more losses than gains for the region’s natural resources, indigenous communities, and biodiversity.
Join our cause to cease the industrialization, genocide, and atrocities of the Miskitu territories. Save your fellow human beings, these rare and precious ecosystems, endangered species, and prevent further climate change.
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