Topic

terrorists

10 petitions

Started 3 months ago

Petition to Change.org, Google, Inc, Google, LinkedIn, Apple, Amazon.com, Amazon, Netflix, Cartoon Network, The Walt Disney Company, Jeff Bezos, FOX News, NBC, Seagate, Microsoft, ABC, Twitter, Inc, Facebook, PayPal, Hulu, Anna G. Eshoo

Silicon Valley Funds Journalism & Justice

As Silicon Valley was transformed into a global force that changed the world, community-based newsrooms that once reported on issues impacting communities, children and families disappeared. Promising to donate $1 million dollars from a legal settlement related to a pending  federal lawsuit, Los Gatos publisher and investigative reporter Susan Bassi  is asking Silicon Valley tech titans to commit funds to bring local reporting back in an effort to  provide greater transparency to community law enforcement agencies, first- responders, schools, family courts and the criminal justice system.  The ambitious collaborative is committed to bringing newsrooms back to high school and college campuses with an eye to focusing on mental health, social justice and financial issues that can deeply impact individuals opting for a career in journalism. Fueled by a $10,000 GoFundMe Campaign on Social Media that will produce the  story of how a group of freelance reporters and activists joined in collaborative YouTube campaigns to indict the most powerful man in Northern California for sex trafficking, obstruction of justice,  and other horrific crimes against innocent families.  Bassi Productions has formed agreements for Netflix, Amazon, Apple, and Hulu to produce the important stories of what happened to families as Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen became the most powerful man in Silicon Valley.  Tell the publishers and producers at Facebook, Google, Yahoo, and Twitter not to shadow ban the story of how a vexatious publisher got the indictment of the most powerful man in Northern California. 

Bassi Productions
14 supporters
Started 7 months ago

Petition to International Criminal Court

Prosecute Pakistan Foreign Minister for Crimes Against Humanity by supporting terrorists

While denying that the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist group had claimed responsibility for the Pulwama suicide bombing on Indian troops last month, Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi made an admission that he is personally in touch with the leadership of the terrorist group. Speaking to the BBC's Secunder Kermani, Shah Mahmood Qureshi admitted to be in direct contact with Jaish-e-Mohammed organization and confirmed that he maintains contact with this organization. In a separate interview to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Qureshi earlier admitted that Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar is in Pakistan and is “very unwell”.  Both these interviews clearly prove that this man is aiding and abetting a terrorist organization responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent women, children and men in South Asia. He must be reported to and tried by ICC for crimes against humanity, for knowingly supporting a terrorist organization and assisting with evading arrest and prosecution. BBC interview link, between 2:13 and 3:10 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lxafFJLrqI CNN interview link, between 5:50 and 6:18 - https://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2019/02/28/amanpour-shah-mehmood-qureshi.cnn Relevant definition of crimes against humanity, ICC - For the purpose of this Statute, "crime against humanity" means any of the following acts when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack: (a)     Murder; (b)     Extermination; (e)     Imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law; (f)     Torture; (h)     Persecution against any identifiable group or collectivity on political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender as defined in paragraph 3, or other grounds that are universally recognized as impermissible under international law, in connection with any act referred to in this paragraph or any crime within the jurisdiction of the Court. All civilized society members must act now, act as one and help support survival of civilization by holding such supporters of terror organizations responsible for their acts, especially when they represent federal governments!

V S
6 supporters
Started 1 year ago

Petition to United States Supreme Court

Ban Christian Americans from Traveling to Countries Outside the United States

Of the 15 deadliest mass shootings in modern U.S. history, only 3 of 17 perpetrators were born outside the U.S. Of the 10 worst bombings in modern U.S. history, only 7 of 18 perpetrators were born outside the U.S.Virtually all mass shootings in America, during which random people are slaughtered, are carried out by people born in America, a country almost exclusively still governed by concepts rooted in Christianity -- "In God We Trust," "Under God."Considering these two facts, I have no choice but to believe that Americans who identify as Christians pose a potential threat everywhere they go. They've proven it time and again IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY.With the rest of the world already having to deal with so much (with so much less) -- war, poverty, etc. -- it's a crime against humanity for other countries to also have to worry about the risks involved with allowing American Christians beyond their borders.Secondly, dating back to the Bible, there is evidence that Christians can be easily manipulated and radicalized. So who's to say some won't travel abroad, fall under the spell of a group who hates America and return to this country ready and willing to destroy it from the inside out, like so many are ALREADY DOING?For these reasons, I would like the United States Supreme Court to consider banning American Christians from leaving the continental U.S. Many clearly cannot be trusted and it's impossible to tell the good from the bad until it's too late.Prove to the rest of the world you care about its well-being and, in fact, right to live the same way you care about ours.

Larry Fulford
14 supporters