4 petitions

Started 6 months ago

Petition to The Mexican President and all Mexican Officials

"BAD HOMBRES" Demand ALTO A LAS DEPORTACIONES and/or dump the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Call for "BAD HOMBRES" to Demand ALTO A LAS DEPORTACIONES  and/or Dump the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo!   Trump has repeatedly identified Mexicans with derogatory stereotypes of "criminals, drug dealers, rapists and bad hombres". Trump has made Mexicans everywhere feel denigrated and excluded. In the past two decades, both countries have significantly strengthened their relations. Trade and cooperation between the countries is now threatened by Trump's divisive politics.   Trump promises to build a wall to keep the "illegals" out of the U.S. The wall has cemented the confrontational and disrespectful attitude toward Mexico. Trump is now proposing to renegotiate  or rescind NAFTA. Trump wants to Renegotiate or Kill the NAFTA Treaty. Time for the "Bad Hombres" to STAND UP and demand RENEGOTIATE OR KILL THE TREATY OF GUADALUPE HIDALGO!   If Trump can rewrite U.S.-Mexico history by rescinding NAFTA, Mexico can respond in kind by rescinding The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, returning Mexico back to its original 1848 boundaries! The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed under duress during an invasion of a sovereign nation, making it null and void. During the Mexican-American War, the U.S. forcibly overtook large areas of land that belonged to Mexico. This includes Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona and most of California. Mexicans are native and cannot be deported from their own country!   Now we call upon the "Bad Hombres" to fight back for what is ours! We demand the Mexican government stand up for the people and DEMAND ALTO A LAS DEPORTACIONES, reparations and indemnification! Mexicans cannot be deported from their own land - renegotiate to include the halt of deportations or kill the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and return Mexican territory.   Mexicans are native and cannot be removed from their own country. We, the undersigned petition the Mexican President, all Mexican officials and all with a true knowledge of history and a conscience to intervene to stop the illegal deportation of native Mexican people.

Abogado Juan Manuel Soliz
9 supporters
Update posted 6 months ago

Petition to Harvard University

Demand Action on Racist Harvard Deportation Notices

This week, in an attempt to prey upon the fears of minority students, several student groups at Harvard posted fake deportation notices throughout the dormitories, shocking recipients into believing that a fellow student was being “detained indefinitely.”  It is clear their intention was to create panic with the threat of these notices, and that’s exactly what they did. Countless students live every day in fear they may lose an undocumented family member or even the threat of deportation themselves. It’s no wonder many of those Harvard students reported feeling disturbed and terrified.  Further, we are dismayed to see that once again, Israel is unfairly delegitimized and misrepresented in the context of what are otherwise critical issues, forcing Jewish students to defend themselves against inaccurate and misleading lies.  Equally unsettling was the timing of the circulation of the notices: Passover. To pull this kind stunt at a time when a significant population of the Harvard community was in religious observance cannot be overlooked. Given the recent rise of anti-Semitic acts and threats across the country, it is abhorrent that these groups would intentionally choose a Jewish holiday to level these accusations, and shows a severe lack of respect for the Jewish community.  We stand together with the Harvard community in our outrage over this desperate attempt to gain attention, and we condemn this effort to tear us apart. It is a shameful use of deliberate scare tactics meant to score cheap political points at the expense of some of the most marginalized members of the community. The undersigned call upon the Harvard administration to take immediate action to ensure this never happens again so that students campus-wide, regardless of their race, religion, or ethnicity, can feel safe and respected.

Avi Weiss
1,332 supporters