Petition to the Leaders of the Earth
(Send to the Leaders of your country asking for arrangement with the Concert of Nations)
Dear Authorised representative,
TIBET MUST BE CONSIDERED A HUMANKIND WORLD HERITAGE BY THE UNITED NATIONS, AND BEGIN TO SHINE WITH DIGNITY AND SELF-EXISTENCE.
This is time for the International Community to stop, once and for all, the genocide of an entire Nation – TIBET!
Time for helping the government of Tibet in exile to go to the International Court of Justice. This is the only possible way, and place, where we will have a real dialogue with China. We are talking about the most important judicial organ at the United Nations, this Peaceful Palace located at the heart of the peaceful city of Hague in the Netherlands. The only capital in the World, known for its history in peaceful international settlements, for territorial and boundary disputes. And, therefore, this will be how to achieve the fullness of Human Rights, as a consequence implicit in the act.
Time to constitute a team of experts in International Public Law. The best possible team, to claim and demand for Justice, which means a repossession claim of the Tibetan territory, to bring back His Holiness the Dalai Lama and His people to a Free Tibet and, consequently, the prompt reinstatement of the Human Rights, further declaring that the continued presence of China in Tibet will be illegal and must be terminated as soon as possible.
As His Holiness has said, only the dialogue will solve that question and it can no longer wait for a good faith dialogue coming from China. It is an absolute reality that no dialogue would be possible at this time without the presence of the International Court of Justice, as mentioned above. Regardless, this is an action that only Tibet can do it! No one can do it in its place!
After all this, Tibet could be considered a Humankind World Heritage by the United Nations, and begin to shine with dignity and self-existence.
We, the people of Earth, especially in this country, demand!
The Seventeenth May 2013.
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