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Petitioning Richard J. Durbin, Reddit, SM el Rey Don Felipe VI, American Red Cross, Roy Blunt, Amber Rudd MP, Rick Scott, Rahul Gandhi, National Rifle Association, Don Young, Zoe Lofgren, Roberto Fico, ESPN, A...

Nominate Iranian Women for Nobel Peace Prize for courageously arising for Women's Right

  For the last 43 years, women in Iran have lost their basic human rights.  This includes social, economic, legal as well as basic cultural rights.  Not only are they treated significantly inferior to men, the simple thought of standing up for their rights literally means endangering their very lives.  Indeed, the teachings of some of the major and influential clergy in Iran sees women as "animals" created purely to serve men and their needs and wants.  Women's plight in Iran Recently, the hijab (full head covering) has become an important  symbol of this oppression of women in Iran.  This demand by the Islamic Regime of Iran and its clergy has been violently enforced through beatings, vehement pulling of their hair, dragging them on the ground by their hair, rape and other atrocities and clear violation their basic human rights.  The enforcement is devastating for any human being at anytime in human history but it is exponentially more devastating for every citizen of the world to think that it is happening now, this day and this moment as one reads this, in 2022. During the last few months, multitudes of courageous heroines of all ages and backgrounds rose up in Iran, risking their lives, risking their personal safety, facing the risk of rape and gross sexual abuses and detention under inhumane and horrible conditions to demand their rights to be able to simply choose to wear the hijab or not.  Although many of the social, economic, cultural, marital and other oppressive laws and practices in Iran are severely enforced today supported by their ideas that women are less than men, all the Iranian women are demanding is the simple right to choose to wear the hijab or not.  The patience and fortitude that the Iranian women have shown over the last 43 years under great oppression and the courage that they have shown in the last few weeks literally in the face of possible death, beating and rape should be an example to all the women and girls throughout the world for many generations.  If their life endangering, self sacrificing stand against oppression for their basic human rights today is not worthy of the Nobel Prize, I don’t know what can ever be.   Jane Addams, the American heroine won the Nobel Prize in 1931 for her wonderful work towards women’s rights in United States.   Aung San Suu Kyi won the Nobel Prize in 1991 for her pro-democracy work in Myanmar. Rigoberta Menchú won the Nobel Prize in 1992 for her advocacy work of Mayan rights and culture. Nadia Murad, Yazidi activist from northern Iraq who escaped enslavement by theIslamic State and led campaign against sexualviolence as a weapon of war won the Nobel Prize in 2018. The heroines in Iran in 2022, together risking their safety and their very lives, have courageously stood up for women’s rights, have collectively raised their voices for democracy, have fearlessly arisen for their national rights and culture, and have selflessly stood against the use of sexual violence as a weapon by oppressor for themselves, for their countrymen and most importantly for future generations of Iranian women so they are not born into a society systematically designed to oppress women.   Today, there is no more fitting and deserving recipient for the Nobel Prize and we humbly request that the Iranian women in Iran collectively be considered to be honored for their sacrifices and for their fearless actions.

Nassim Bayat
55,865 supporters
Petitioning Amazon, Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos, Wall Street Journal, Reddit, Twitter, Inc, Jack Dorsey, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft

Welcome Jeff Bezos to the SHIB Community

SHIBA INU (Symbol: SHIB) is the first world cryptocurrency of the people and by the people. It's also the most misunderstood cryptocurrency with beginners in cryptocurrency today with all it's utilities, special features, and platform. Breaking away form the "meme coin" and "Doge Killer" brand, SHIBA INU is simply a world cryptocurrency for the human race. One world. One token. The community of SHIB has come together to be one. The community has  expressed total independence free from of any public figure influence, but it's wrong not to invite all people no matter their wealth, strengths, and achievements. We need to extend a welcome to every person, and yes, some people have more to offer than others. Lets welcome them all. Elon Musk claims he will be the first trillionaire by supporting Dogecoin with Tesla and SpaceX combined together, creating a catalyst to achieve this endeavor. INSTEAD, millions of people around the globe disagree with this trio. Is there any other person with the same portfolio of work? Mr. Jeff Bezos with BEZOS EXPEDITIONS, AMAZON, and Blue Origin. Lets invite Mr. Bezos to be a part of the SHIB Community. His participation may be a catalyst to achieve and win this trillionaire race using a different and far bigger community cryptocurrency:  SHIBA INU Many SHIB holders will say no to this petition. "We don't need him, nor any other public figure. We got here on our own without Elon." After months of seeing the SHIB community petition CEO Vlad Tenev of Robinhood, we have become somewhat hypocritical, seeking one person to adopt SHIB in it's business platform.  Is Jeff Bezos any different with his association with Amazon, Blue Origin, or the projects represented at BEZOS Expeditions? Is Amazon bigger than Robinhood? I see other petitions asking Amazon to adopt SHIB, but I disagree with this approach.  Lets welcome Mr. Bezos, and make a new friend in our community. Lets not throw rocks and judge, as I know most of you at one time or another used Amazon services. Sign the petition, welcoming Mr. Jeff Bezos to the SHIB COMMUNITY. Woof. Woof.  

Erik Peterson
13,318 supporters
Petitioning Justin Trudeau, Doug Ford, CBC/Radio-Canada, ABC, BBC, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Reddit, American Red Cross, Microsoft, Donald J. Trump


On Wednesday August 5th 2020 Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) moved to enforce a court injunction (illegal raid) to the Six Nations of Grand River Reservation. They used rubber bullets and tazers on unarmed Haudenosaunee land defenders. They are a sovereign people and have the right and responsibility to occupy and defend their lands as they see fit. Demonstrators were occupying a residential development near Caledonia Ontario. Members of the Six Nations have occupied the site since July 19, 2020. Police reported to have arrested "under 10 people". Some background knowledge: Mackenzie Meadows is a residential development that has been taking place on originally Six Nations' land. Since 2013, the developmental site has been planning to build 218 detached homes and townhouses on land that does not belong to them. The citizens of the reserve have been fighting against Mackenzie Meadows, and the companies creating the site; Ballantry Homes and Losani Homes ever since they've announced the plan. In the wake of the police action, Six Nations demonstrators set up a blockade on Argyle Street south of the Town of Caledonia and on the Highway 6 bypass. Around 2 weeks ago, the Six Nations protesters took over the Mackenzie Meadows site, dubbing it "1492 Land Back Lane". They also created a Facebook page with the same name. On the page the protesters wrote "Mackenzie Meadows is one of several housing developments within the area that are directly violating the sovereignty of the Haudenosaunee. [The Haudenosaunee - a group that includes the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora First Nations - are also known as the Iroquois or the Six Nations] Collectively we remain firm in our stance that action must be taken to stop the ongoing development of our lands." (You can find more information and even videos on the fb page.) CBC News reported: "on July 24 the council said Ballantry Homes, which is one of the companies developing Mckenzie Meadows along with Losani Homes, transferred 42.3 acres to Six Nations in 2016. The builder also transferred $325,000 to the elected council, which was put into a land banking account for future purchases in 2019". Ballantry Homes, as a third party owner of the land, has no legal obligation to accommodate Six Nations but it did anyway because it is aware of the Claims by Six Nations against Crown Canada and Crown Ontario. Most of the land in Oneida Township went out of Six Nations possession in the 1850s, 60s and 70s. So really since the 19th Century the Six Nations Peoples have been fighting for their right to own their land again. "'The remedy for lands and money that were unlawfully taken back in the 1800's is against Crown Canada and Crown Ontario," reads the release, adding the claim is that the Crowns breached their fiduciary duty by unlawfully dispossessing Six Nations of all its land and money." - CBC News. When asked about this subject, representatives for Ballantry did not immediately respond to a request for comment. However William Liske, vice-president and chief legal officer for Losani, wrote the following in an email to CBC News: "'Our only comment is that today's events allow us to re-commence construction activities, and deliver our products to the 180 families patiently waiting for their homes,'". Basically as of right now, the company does not care about the feelings of the Indigenous peoples, they don't care how they are hurting us by stealing our land and doing whatever with it. We're Done!! Please join me and sign this petition. Think of something in your life that you treasure and value the most, then imagine that being stolen from you. Now imagine fighting to get that thing back for centuries, that burden is what we as Aboriginal people feel every single day. Knowing that the government can just take our land and do whatever they want with it, and we can't get it back because of racial injustice!

Mak Pauze
11,366 supporters