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Petitioning The White House President Barack Obama and 3 others

We ask President Obama and the US Congress to hold Alassane Ouattara responsible for genocide in Ivory Coast


HELP US SEEK JUSTICE FOR THE VICTIMS OF GENOCIDE IN IVORY COAST:
Help us bring Alassane Ouattara to Justice for Genocide and crime against humanity in Ivory Coast.
The blood of the thousands of innocent civilians massacred by Alassane Ouattara , is crying out for justice.

Mister Alassane Ouattara, a stooge of French imperialism and re-colonization in Ivory Coast, had a rebel army trained to stage a coup in Ivory Coast in 2002. Though the coup attempt failed before transforming into an armed rebellion, forces lead by Guillaume Soro, Ouattara’s henchman and warlord, committed atrocities and mass-killings of ethnic Gueres in Duekoue and surroundings in Western Ivory Coast. The world community and most powerful nations in the West did not act to condemn or hold Ouattara responsible for these crimes. Instead they supported his quest for power which resulted 10 years later into another series of ethnic massacres and genocide in the same region, as Ouattara forces took power with the help of France and the United nations Peacekeeping forces in Cote D’Ivoire ( Ivory Coast).

Letter to
The White House President Barack Obama
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
and 1 other
President of the United States
I Demand, that Alassane Ouattara,be brought to justice for genocide.
I am asking President Obama and the United States Congress, to end the support of the US government to the tyrannical regime of Mr. Alassane Ouattara, in Ivory Coast, and hold him and former Rebel Leader Guillaume Soro, currently President of the National Assembly of Cote D’Ivoire, accountable for Genocide in Western and southern Ivory Coast, against the Wê and the Godié people.
During post-electoral crisis, rebel forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara massacred thousands of Ivorians on the basis of their ethnic origin and presumed political affiliation. Entire populations of villages such as Guitrozon, Petit Duekoue in the West and Adebem in the South-West were visited by Ouattara forces and their populations were massacred in cold blood.
Because they are emboldened by the support from France and the US, Ouattara’s rebel army, re-baptized, FRCI, continued their oppressive and repressive activities through torture as evidenced by several recent reports of Amnesty International, the US State department Human rights report and many other human rights reports.
I am therefore asking President Obama and the US Congress to condemn the repression and oppression of the people of Ivory Coast by the brutal regime of Alassane Ouattara and hold Ouattara responsible for genocide, crime against humanity and war crimes in Ivory Coast.
Sincerely,