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Monday, April 21, 2014

Peru -U.S. Supports Arrest of Movadef Members

It is not surprising that the US government praises the fake democratic government of Ollanta Humala. It is not surprising that his record on human rights and his stand on law and order sit well with the most imperialist country in the world today and the most extensive empire since Rome. In foreign affairs the US does not recognize or respect anyone’s right to free speech, to form political parties or assemble peacefully. The US takes the liberty to outlaw any group in foreign countries that it does not agree with. The US is able to list countries or political organizations on “terrorist lists” which simply means they are at odds with US foreign policy. Such “terrorist designations” have nothing to do with actual terrorist activities. Here we have an example of a political party being outlawed in Peru. -សតិវ អតុ

The United States government saluted Peru on its arrest of almost 30 members of a political group[1] that had close ties to the Shining Path rebels.
In a statement, the U.S. State Department said it “congratulates the Government of Peru for last week’s arrests of at least 28 leaders and members of a front organization for the Shining Path terrorist group.” “Under the leadership of President Humala, this successful effort exemplifies an admirable commitment to respect for the rule of law and human rights, to patient and persistent criminal investigation work, and an effective ‘whole of government’ approach featuring coordination among judicial, police, armed forces and intelligence elements,” the state department said.

[1] Movadef is a political party that is pushing for recognition for a legal Communist Party of Peru (formerly known as Shining Path). So far this attempt to form a legal political party and amnesty for those guerrillas in prison today has been outlawed. Shining Path members are trying to legalize their party and get some kind of deal to get their officials out of prison as soon as possible. There is nothing illegal about what they are doing. The government simply outlawed them and everything they try to do. Even Movadef has been made an outlaw party. This is the government’s way to stop all attempts at a national dialog to end the civil war that has been going on since the 1980s.And not surprising, the US government has congratulated Peru for their undemocratic behaviors.

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