MOVIMIENTO MACEHUALLI: Encuentro AyotzinapArizona

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TONIGHT: Community Reception for the Ayotzinapa Commission arriving from the Consejo de Padres de la Escuela Normal Raul Isidro Burgos of Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico from 5:00-8:00 PM Friday October 6th at the Tonatierra Nahuacalli 802 N. 7th Street in Phoenix.

Three years since the Forced Disappearance of the 43 Students of the Normal School of Ayotzinapa on September 26th, 2014, by violent abduction at the hands of agents of the narco state in Mexico, the parents, families and communities of the whereabouts of 43 Ayotzinapa students remains unknown, and the government authorities have conspired and colluded with the narco-cartels to hide the truth of the complicity of the criminal political cartel of the PRI government, under the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto.

TONIGHT begins a four day tour of INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY and community organizing which will include a ASAMBLEA del PUEBLO at the NAHUACALLI Embassy of Indigenous Peoples on Monday October 9, 2014 from 6:30 - 9:00 PM during which the DEMANDS of the Commission Ayotzinapa will be brought forth for endorsement, support, and ACTION from the family to the community, from the community to the local, from the local to the regional, from the regional to the continental, from the continental to the global frames of engagement of the MOVIMIENTO MACEHUALLI.

Position Statement

 Position Statemen of Nahuacalli Educators Alliance (NEA)
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA)
Re: Policy of President Obama and the announcement of the rescinding of DACA by President Trump:

September 16, 2017

We reiterate our demand that the Preliminary Study on the Doctrine of Discovery, submitted to the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues be integrated into the Social Studies Curriculum standards immediately for implementation nationally across the spectrum of public educational services delivered at all levels with no exceptions.


 Arpaio Presidential Pardon: Treaty Violation

The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Ceded Territories: The Rule of Law v. the Law of the Rulers

The pardon of former Maricopa County Sheriff Arpaio by the Chief Executive of the USA D.Trump would be an International Treaty Violation, another in a long series of violations of the Peace Treaty agreement between the US and Mexico established in 1848, after the US war on Mexico and the blitzkrieg invasion of the territories of the Greater Southwest fed by the doctrines of European American Imperialism and White Supremacy, AKA Manifest Destiny.
The International Border between the two republics established in 1848 and modified by the Gadsden Purchase in 1853 to accommodate the Santa Fe Railway Corporation, is a border that separates the political franchises of the Republics of the states of Mexico and the US, but does not apply to the Original Nations of Indigenous Peoples.  

April 22, 2017 O'otham Jevedga [Phoenix, Arizona]

Initial Clarifications:  

There is no mention of "Latino" or "Hispanic" constituencies in any of the articles of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo 1848 [US-Mexico].

There is mention of Mexicans, established and not established (AKA documented and un-documented) in articles 8 and 9.

There is mention of "Savage Tribes" in article 11.

The rights of either US Citizenship and/or Nationality, which had been since inception of the USA in 1776, ascribed only to "Free White Males" were not available to either the above referenced constituencies of Indigenous Peoples since the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution which addressed this issue (3/5ths of a person), was not adopted until twenty years later in 1868 after the Civil War.

All of the above goes to establishing standing before a competent Tribunal of International Law, when the Chief Executive of the USA connects the blots to define the final frame of the profile of "White Supremacy" in Arizona, via the Doctrine of Discovery 1492, the Marshall Trilogy of 1823, the Monroe Doctrine 1823, the Doctrine of Manifest Destiny 1845, the passage of AZ SB1070 in 2010, and the presidential pardon of ex-sheriff of Maricopa County J. Arpaio on August 25, 2017.

March 12, 2012
Arizona State Capitol House of Representatives
Forum on the Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery
Professor Robert Miller
The Doctrine of Discovery and Manifest Destiny 

This preliminary study establishes that the Doctrine of Discovery has been institutionalized in law and policy, on national and international levels, and lies at the root of the violations of indigenous peoples’ human rights, both individual and collective. This has resulted in State claims to and the mass appropriation of the lands, territories and resources of indigenous peoples. Both the Doctrine of Discovery and a holistic structure that we term the Framework of Dominance have resulted in centuries of virtually unlimited resource extraction from the traditional territories of indigenous peoples. This, in turn, has resulted in the dispossession and impoverishment of indigenous peoples, and the host of problems that they face today on a daily basis.


Sin Verguenza, Sin Perdon

Los Derechos de los Pueblos Indígenas en los Territorios Cedidos -  El Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo 1848 EE.UU.-México

El perdón del ex-aguacil del Condado de Maricopa Joe Arpaio por el Jefe Ejecutivo de los Estados Unidos D. Trump es una violación de la Paz Internacional establecido por el Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo, otra más de una larga serie de violaciones de los Derechos Humanos y Derechos Indígenas en el territorio después de la invasión blitzkriegmotivado por las doctrinas nefastas del imperialismo americano europeo y la teoría racista de la Supremacía Blanca, también conocido como Destino Manifiesto.

Aclaraciones Iniciales:

La frontera internacional entre las dos repúblicas establecida en 1848 y modificada por la Compra Gadsden (La Mesilla) en 1853 para acomodar la Corporación Ferroviaria de Santa Fe es una frontera que separa las franquicias políticas de las Repúblicas de los Estados de México y Estados Unidos, pero no aplica a las Naciones Originarias de los Pueblos Indígenas.

No hay mencion de constituyentes "latinos" o "hispanos" en ninguno de los artículos del Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo 1848 [US-México].

Se mencionan la constituyente colectivo de Mexicanos, establecidos y no establecidos (documentados y no documentados) en los artículos 8 y 9.

En el artículo 11 se menciona "Tribus Salvajes".

Los derechos de ciudadanía y / o nacionalidad en los Estados Unidos, que habían sido desde el inicio de los Estados Unidos de América en 1776, atribuidos solamente a "Hombres Blancos Libres", no estaban disponibles para los constituyentes de los Pueblos Indígenas Mexicanos mencionados por que la 14ª Enmienda a la Constitución de los Estados Unidos que abordó esta cuestión (3 / 5s de una persona), no fue adoptado hasta veinte años más tarde en 1868 después de la Guerra Civil.

Todo lo anterior va para establecer la personalidad jurídica internacional de las constituyentes de Pueblos Indígenas al norte de la frontera ante un competente Tribunal de Derecho Internacional, ya que el Jefe Ejecutivo de los Estados Unidos D.Trump hace conectar las manchas para definir el marco final del perfil de "Supremacía Blanca" en Arizona, a través de la Doctrina del Descubrimiento 1492, La Trilogía de Marshall de 1823, la Doctrina de Monroe de 1823, la Doctrina del Destino Manifiesto de 1845, la legislacion AZ SB1070 en 2010 y el perdón presidencial del ex sheriff del Condado de Maricopa J. Arpaio el 25 de agosto de 2017.

MEXICO: No Indigenous Consultation, No NAFTA