A campaign to FORCE the U.S. government to stop
The worldwide level of rage at the U.S. government’s blind
determination to gain absolute military and economic domination, whatever it
costs the rest of the world, is at an unprecedented level. It is time for an
international campaign of tough sanctions against the United States.
A successful global campaign to achieve the following actions, not
just more ineffective appeals and declarations, can ensure an immediate and
permanent end to all U.S. aggressions.
DIPLOMATIC, JURIDICAL AND MILITARY ACTIONS
1. The United Nations relocate its headquarters out of the northern
hemisphere to a suitable venue, perhaps to one of the most impoverished
nations in the world, certainly not to a so-called first world country.
2. Nations close U.S. embassies and consular offices in their territories.
3. Nations declare U.S. officials persona non grata and expel them.
4. Governments and international jurisdictions undertake massive indictments
and prosecutions of C.I.A., F.B.I., State Department, U.S. military, etc.
employees (present or former) who are or were engaged in promoting
terrorist activities by the U.S. government or by other governments or
5. Nations deny use of their territory, territorial waters, and air space to
U.S. military forces, and insist that the U.S. immediately relinquish and
evacuate U.S. bases on their territory.
6. Oil-exporting nations place a total ban on oil (and natural gas)
shipments to the U.S. and its colonies.
7. Nations close all branch offices of U.S. banks in their territories, and
freeze all assets of U.S.-based financial, industrial, and commercial
corporations in their territories.
8. Nations ban commercial activities with U.S.-based financial, industrial,
and commercial corporations.
The above actions are excerpted from a fully-argued proposal put
forward in September 2002. The entire document is available at
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I believe that if such a call is initiated by the Arab League and the
United Nations General Assembly it will stand a very good chance of being
acted upon, because the gravity of the threat to the whole world is rapidly
becoming universally understood.
To write to the members of the Security Council urging them to act
at once, there are convenient active links in a recent statement I wrote, at
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Salzman, March 17, 2003
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