16 thoughts on “More austerity for Puerto Rican people

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  3. Puerto Rico debt crisis drives exodus to US.
    Click on the following link to watch a video about it: http://wn.com/puerto_rico_crisis
    This is what the video does not tell you.
    Puerto Rico is a United States colony since 1898. The only reason for having a colony is to exploit her. That is exactly what the United States Government has done for 118 years. For the details, please consider reading WAR AGAINST ALL PUERTO RICANS, by Nelson A. Denis.
    It is impossible for Puerto Rico to have a debt at all! The reason why the crisis exists, is because the wealth produced in Puerto Rico goes directly to the United States. Puerto Rico’s situation right now is an accurate picture of what a colony is.
    The United States government is violating international law by maintaining Puerto Rico as its colony. In 1960, the United Nations (UN) declared colonialism a crime against humanity. The UN has issued thus far 34 resolutions asking the US government to immediately decolonize Puerto Rico. It does not want to, because it makes 70 billion!
    What it wants to do eventually is to convert Puerto Rico into a state of the United States, but without a Puerto Ricans majority populating her. So as the US government continues to exploit Puerto Rico, and squeeze the Puerto Ricans out of their homeland, the day will come when it will be possible to repopulate Puerto Rico with the right kind of people. When that happens, Puerto Rico would become the 51st state of the Union.
    This is why, we must continue to protest permanently and peacefully for the immediate decolonization of Puerto Rico, because those who have colonies against international law don’t believe in JUSTICE FOR ALL! http://www.TodosUnidosDescolonizarPR.blogspot.com


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