Wednesday, September 16, 2015

God Pope - Bad Pope: SAME DOCTRINE

Good Pope  –   Bad Pope

“Without the justification of the Doctrine of Discovery sanctified by the Papal Bulls Inter Caetera 1493 and instituted across the continent in violation of the Territorial Rights of the Nations of Indigenous Peoples, none of the MINING CONCESSIONS being proffered to the trans-national extractive industries would be considered legitimate or legal. The Doctrine of Discovery continues to camouflage the ongoing pogrom of genocide and TERRACIDE to which this Pope as all others before him would be considered accomplice, in particular since as Bishop Bergoglio of Buenos Aires in 2012, Pope Francis took the position that Argentina held dominion over the Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas as a successor state to the claim by Spain under the Doctrine of Discovery of Christendom dated from October 12, 1492.”

Encyclical of the Indigenous Peoples

Tupak Huehuecoyotl

Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery 

"The question is no longer whether the Doctrine of Discovery as it is still being perpetuated in policy and practice across the hemisphere is valid. That question has been answered, definitively and finally. There is no moral, legal, or cultural presentation that can legitimately argue that the theory of the Divine Right of Kings, which spawned the Doctrine of Discovery by Christendom, can hold any validity in a democratic society. What is in question now, is on what side of history will each of us as individuals, as families, as communities, as nations and as Human Beings stand. Will we stand up in continental uprising to DISMANTLE the DOCTRINE OF DISCOVERY, or will we comply with the dehumanizing regimes of state sanctioned genocide and colonization that continue to prop up the racist relics and psychological pathogens of the European American project of colonization known as America?”


November 15, 2013

Maria Piendamo, Cauca [Colombia] 

Amah Mutsun Tribal Band: Open Letter to Pope Francis


UN  Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Fifth Period of Sessions  May 15- 26, 2006

United Nations   NY, NY
Continental Proclamation Abya Yala

Architectures of the States and the Territorial Integrity of Mother Earth

2010 UNPFII Preliminary Study on the Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery
2007 UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 
1493 Papal Bull Inter Caetera  
1513 El Requierimiento
1984 ANASAZI Letter to Pope John Paul II 
1984 Letter of Response : Vatican Secretary of State
2013 Catholic Herald: "Usurped" Malvinas-Falkland Islands

Embassy of Indigenous Peoples

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