CANADA and USA sucked in to DONATE to evil SATANIC VIOLENCE in INDIA – CRIME in INDIA- CUT-OFF the funding !
Is the UN planning to force QUEBEC and USA for their Referrendum 2020 to send us violent refugees to Canada and U.S.A ? – November 23 2018 by Saint Andrew
You bet they are AND i just spent a few hours research it. NOT good !
India has lodged a strong complaint after its officials were harassed in Pakistan and were denied access to the Indian High Commission officials, while accompanying Sikh pilgrims in Pakistan. Two officials of the Indian High Commission in Pakistan were stopped from entering two gurdwaras by their administration, which was upset over the screening of a film in India that they claim has hurt sentiments of the Sikh community.
Why Pakistan wants Indian officials away from the event at Nankana Sahib The officials — Aranjeet Singh and Sunil Kumar — were barred from entering the Gurdwara Nankana Sahib on Wednesday night and Gurdwara Sachcha Sauda on Thursday.
Both the gurdwaras are in Punjab province of Pakistan. Also Read | India accuses Pakistan of inciting secessionist tendencies during ongoing visit of pilgrims They were stopped from entering the gurdwaras by their administration, which said that the Indian government has hurt the sentiments of Sikhs by allowing the screening of the film ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’. This incident comes in the wake of the Intelligence agencies stating that there are attempts on in Pakistan to brainwash some of the pilgrims into lending support for the Referendum 2020. The Intelligence had also said that the the ISI is trying to brainwash, Sikh pilgrims. In the wake of this warning the Sikhs for Justice has decided to open a Referendum 2020 centre in Lahore, Pakistan. A letter released by its legal advisor, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun states that the pro-Khalistan advocacy group, Sikhs for Justice said that several 100s of its campaigners have reached Pakistan to coordinate the Referendum 2020 campaign in the Nanjana Sahib during the ongoing 549th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Devji. Also Read | Indian officials barred from entering Gurdwaras in Pakistan again The letter further said Referendum 2020 banners and Khalistan flags with the life size portrait of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale have been placed throughout the Nankana Sahib complex. India said it expresses grave concern at reports of attempts being made during the ongoing visit of the Indian pilgrims to Pakistan, to incite communal disharmony and intolerance and promote secessionist tendencies with the objective of undermining India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. Photos of Top News Today
Questions and Answers
What is a referendum?
Referendum is the process of direct voting to get the decision of a community on a single political question. Through referendum several nations have achieved independence. Most recently, South Sudan was created as an independent country through referendum. Scotland and Quebec both held referenda on the question of independence from UK and Canada, respectively.
What is Punjab Referendum 2020?
Punjab Referendum 2020 is a campaign to liberate Punjab, currently occupied by India. The campaign aims to gage the will of the Punjabi people with regards to reestablishing Punjab as a nation state. Once we establish consensus on the question of independence, we will then present the case to the United Nations for reestablishing the country of Punjab.
What is the objective of the Punjab Referendum 2020 campaign?
The objective of the Punjab Referendum 2020 campaign is to give the people of Punjab an opportunity to vote on their future political status. Once there is a consensus within the Punjabi people that independence from India is desired, we will then approach the UN and other international forms and bodies with the goal of reestablishing Punjab as a nation state.
What is the difference between Punjab Referendum 2020 and an official referendum?
An official referendum has an outcome that is legally binding on all parties involved. In Sudan, the United Nations administered a referendum authorized by the Sudanese government. Once conducted the South Sudanese people opted for independence. This decision was accepted by the United Nations and all major powers.
However, Punjab Referendum 2020 is an unofficial referendum where the outcome is not legally binding on India. Yet with an over whelming yes vote this unofficial referendum will start the process through which we will eventually conduct an official legally binding referendum in Punjab thereby peacefully establishing Khalistan.
How is an official referendum that creates an independent country conducted?
The official referendums that grant independence and create separate countries are conducted by:
- a) The country currently occupying a territory agrees to hold a vote on the question of independence. Canada and UK agreed and held the referenda giving the people of Quebec and Scotland the right to vote on the question of independence; or
- b) UN intervenes and negotiates an agreement between a nation demanding independence and the country occupying its territory, to let the people of the land vote on the question of independence.
What is the law regarding official referendums and peoples right to self-determination?
Article 1 of the Charter of the United Nations grants the right to self-determination to all peoples. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and International Covenant on Economic and Cultural Rights also guarantee right to self-determination for all peoples. Under UN laws, nations with a separate religion or language have the right to self-determination and can seek a referendum to gain independence from the country occupying their territory. India has signed and ratified all the UN laws that guarantee right to self-determination to the people on the basis of separate religion and language.
For more detail please click here “the Law”
How can Sikhs convince the UN to force India to hold a referendum in Punjab?
As a primary body to protect and promote human rights of all people, the United Nations listens and acts when a community approaches them in a large number.
The aim is to get 5 million votes in support of independence for Punjab through the Punjab Referendum 2020. The result of the Punjab Referendum 2020 will then be presented to the United Nations with a request for them to intervene and negotiate an agreement between the Punjabi peoples and India for holding an independence referendum in Punjab.
Does the UN law require a minimum number of votes in support of independence to qualify for United Nation’s intervention?
No, UN laws do not specify any number of votes to qualify for intervention. UN law only guarantees right to self-determination to all peoples on the basis of religion and language. The target of five (5) million votes was set to show the UN the will amongst the Sikh community for independence of Punjab justifying UN intervention.
Where will the voting for the Punjab Referendum 2020 be conducted?
The voting in this unofficial referendum will be conducted in 20 countries. The countries will include the state of Punjab currently occupied by India, USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand and other countries of Europe and Asia.
What is the value of Punjab Referendum 2020 Campaign in the Western world?
Since 1984 western countries have granted refugee status to hundreds of thousands of Sikhs on the grounds that Sikhs are persecuted in India because of their religion and for supporting the reestablishment of an independent Punjab, Khalistan.
However, the Indians have consistently portrayed those who advocate for Khalistan as a small fringe group of extremists, radicals and even terrorists. Yet this narrative is anything but the truth. Those who advocate for the reestablishment of Punjab as an independent country want to do so in a peaceful and legal way. It is India that resorts to violence and terrorism against those who peacefully advocate for this cause.
An unofficial referendum will dispel the Indian propaganda that only a small number of Sikhs want independence and those that do are violent extremists and possibly even terrorists. Furthermore, it will expose India’s commitment to democracy, or lack thereof, by their actions of refusing to recognize the results of the unofficial referendum or conducting an official one to resolve the question of Khalistan.
In addition, it will allow us to engage in dialogue with UN, Western nations and other countries that are interested in supporting the will of the indigenous people of Punjab. This dialogue will be a starting point to reestablishing an independent Punjab.
CRIME in INDIA
Is the UN planning to force QUEBEC and USA for their Referrendum 2020 to send us violent refugees to Canada and U.S.A ?
Delhi: 4 Tanzanians, 2 Nigerians attacked in Dwarka, accuses them of being ‘cannibals‘
By Madhuri Adnal Published: Friday, November 23, 2018, 15:26 [IST
New Delhi, Nov 23: In a suspected racist attack, four Tanzanian women and two Nigerian men were attacked by a mob at Dwarka in Delhi. The victims were accused of being cannibals. Delhi: 4 Tanzanians, 2 Nigerians attacked in Dwarka, accuses them of being cannibals The Delhi Police rescued six victims. They received five PCR calls from 6:57 pm to 7:38 pm regarding a quarrel with a foreigner in Kakrola area of Dwarka North PS. Upon reaching the spot, police found a gathering of about 200-250 persons in front of a house.
Pakistan: Three terrorists killed in firing near Chinese Consulate in Karachi’s Clifton area By Madhuri Adnal Updated: Friday, November 23, 2018, 13:58 [IST]
Karachi, Nov 23: Two policeman and three terrorists were killed after gunshots, possible explosion were reported from high security Clifton area in Karachi on Friday.
According to eyewitnesses, multiple suspects possessing hand grenades and other weapons fired near the Chinese consulate in Clifton Block 4 around 9:30am. “Around three to four suspects attempted to enter the consulate,” eyewitnesses said. Security forces deployed outside the Chinese consulate retaliated to the firing, eyewitnesses added. Police officials said the suspects fired near the consulate and then hurled a hand grenade. Heavy contingents of police and Rangers have been deployed at the site of the incident and roads leading to the consulate have been cordoned off.
Khalistan terror: Top four and the most dangerous of them all By Vicky Nanjappa Updated: Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 15:43
New Delhi, Nov 20: 2018
The revival of militancy in Punjab has become a major issue. While smaller modules in India have been busted, there seems to a constant propaganda out there, which is looking to gain the attention of the youth in a bid to revive militancy in Punjab and further the Khalistan cause.
A inside view of the site of grenade blast at Nirankari Bhavan, in Adliwal village near Amritsar A inside view of the site of grenade blast at Nirankari Bhavan, in Adliwal village near Amritsar While it has become clear that the ISI has been backing this movement, the Indian agencies point out towards four persons living in Pakistan, who are the backbone of this movement. Here are the top four who are reviving militancy in Punjab: Wadhawan Singh Babbar, Chief of Babbar Khalsa: Singh is a resident of Sadhu Chattha, a village near Kaurthala. He started off as a political life member of Punjab’s naxalite movement. The defeat of the movement and the ultra-left ideology made his turn towards the far right. Also Read | Khalistan: Babbar Khalsa, Lashkar share common office outside Nankana Sahib Later on he got motivated by Tarsem Singh Kalasanghian, a top figure of the Khalistan movement in 1978. Singh went on to join the Akhand Kirtani and went on to fun the Babbar Khalsa International. Currently in Lahore, he largely ran the outfit with the backing of the ISI and his brother Mahal Singh. The BKI is one of the most lethal groups and its chief was the one who ordered the assassination of then Punjab Chief Minister, Beant Singh. He also has been charged for four other cases of murders in 1981. Ranjith Singh Neeta, chief of Khalistan Zindabad Force: He resides in Lahore currently. Neeta originally hails from Ward 2 in Jammu’s Sumbal camp area. He started off as a small time criminal and was actively involved with smugglers in R S Pora. Also Read | A wake up call as Punjab comes under attack again Closely linked with the ISI, Neeta’s KZF had committed that his troops will fight alongside terror groups in Kashmir. This group is particularly close to the Hizbul Mujahideen. Neeta has been accused of a series of crimes that include blasts on trains and buses running between Jammu and Pathankot between the years 1988 and 1999. In October 2001, a case was filed against him for the killing of a DSP, Devinder Sharma. Paramjeet Singh Panjawar, chief of Khalistan Commando force: He is wanted for reviving Sikh insurgency, conspiracy, smuggling and murder. He is also wanted in the murder of former army chief, General A S Vaidya. He hails from the Panjwar village near Tarn Taran. Prior to joining the outfit, he worked at the Central Cooperative Bank in Sohal. He joined the KCF in the 1990s and has been its active member since then. He is accused of indulging in heroin smuggling to raise funds for the outfit. Also Read | It is back: How ISI’s Khalistan force is churning the communal cauldron of terror in Punjab Lakhbhir Singh Rode, chief of ISYF: The nephew of the very feared Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, he joined the movement in 1982 after spending five years in Dubai.
He is considered to be a cult figure and is instrumental in overseeing the fund raising that takes place in US, UK and Canada.
Read more at: https://www.oneindia.com/india/khalistan-terror-top-four-and-the-most-dangerous-of-them-all-2810544.html
200 and counting: Bijbehara encounter against terrorists, most successful one this year By Vicky Nanjappa Published: Friday, November 23, 2018, 12:30 [IST]
DAMNING.. the new glass panel ones installed at airports across Pakistan appear to have a design fault .. So CAA continues to peoples life and limb at risk and Emirates refusal is what makes it public
Several things wrong with the Vadwa appearance but the biggest gap in the narrative is his Harley. Where was it?
Death toll in Orakzai market bombing rises to at least 25 killed and more than 55 wounded, provincial health official Adnan Tahir tells AJE. Wounded being shifted to hospitals in Kohat and Peshawar.
And once again people are filling my inbox with gory images from this morning’s incident. Just because I didn’t post them as an alert doesn’t mean I don’t have them.
I was in the school a couple houses over. Never been so horrified in my life.
Residents on the street said the
#sindhpolice and security officers were super efficient and much more harm would have been done if it wasn’t for them.
There are 3 consulates in the vicinity 6 to 8 schools all with heavy security deployments. Hope the authorities take remedial measures. This was not the first attack infact the previous one 6 years ago resulted in the barricades being put up.
The praise for the response must not paper over the fact that 3 gunmen in broad day light walked 50 odd meters to their target in barricaded streets. Terrorists always have the advantage of an element of surprise. But what on earth were those posted in the lane for security doing
When 3 guys come walking down a barricaded road with with guns and grenades. Security has already failed its first step..
Two attacks in Pakistan on a Friday and we haven’t even started the afternoon prayers yet.
How are the Black Friday sales going Pakistan?.
Super Biker to the rescue.. once all is over
Cooly walking toward their target pass a biker ignore him. Lob a grenade then restort to firing. Just 1 hour earlier and this vicinity has school traffic as at least 6 to 8 schools setup around it. Could have been a major disaster. However also shows their planning
#Rawalpindi Sunday 25th Nov TLP will hold a public gathering at LiaquatBagh located on Murree Road in Rawalpindi to mark 1st anniversary for their followers who died in clashes during the Faizabad protest in November 2017. #RWPalerts
SIP Niaz from Jinnah Hospital reported that ASI Ashraf Dawood, PC Amir (Posted at FSC) martyred during assault on China Consulate and a private guard M. Juman aged 45 years (Injured) brought to hospital. Regards IGP Operations Room, CPO 2/2
Dont judge a driver by his occupation.. or something like that..
FBR automatically selected for audit 1 million tax payers for filing taxes late. They are now asking Rs 20,000 penalty to get rid of audit. The notices span years. Meanwhile those who have never filed or paid taxes are happy and laughing at all the fools who did! Zindabad!
Death toll in Orakzai agency, kalaya bazar area, crosses 25 mark, nearly 3 dozens injured, blood needed
Aerial surveillance by Helicopter now underway above the Chinese Consulate zone in Clifton
Finally this ugliness is being razed
#karachi BinQasim Park Clifton
Orakzai Tribal Dist Kalaya Bazat 17 killed and scores injured in bombing
#karachi 11h05 Police confirm at least 3 terrorists killed 2 policemen have also lost their lives Bomb squad is working on defusing at least one explosive device Search and rescue operation on going Main roads all operational side lanes clogged #KHIAlerts
This is not the first attack on the Chinese Consulate in
#Karachi previously a couple of motorcycles bombs exploded a few years back in which Sindhi dissidents were held responsible.
#karachi 10h45 Various reports indicate at least 1 terrorist killed 2 possibly at large 2 Policemen have laid down their lives No reports of civilian casualties Multiple videos from area residents indicate massive security operation #khialerts
#karachi 10h20 at least 2 attackers involved 1 dead Unexploded bomb (vest) found 2 LEA critical Several more injured Area in lockdown Many schools in the vicinity In radius of 500 mtrs is Russian and Kuwait consulates Several famous restaurants #KHIAlerts
I can’t describe what it was like to watch this… and realize that the person who took it… was my father from his bedroom window. Just called home, he’s safe.
I live across from the Chinese consulate. Not at home this morning, all I know is my father is indoors and safe. This is an awful feeling. Lots of schools in the area, the one I work at is on lockdown. Kids jittery because recess cancelled, teachers worried. Again, awful feeling.
Chinese Embassy Flag visible on the left
#karachi for past 15 mins multiple explosions have been reported as well as heavy gunfire in what appears to be a terrorist attack in the vicinity of the Chinese Consulate in Clifton Block 4 #khialerts
My parents live at the back within the compound of the consulate lots of firing and explosions taking place. Please pray for everyone’s safety
Gun shots too
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In 1918, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson prophetically proclaimed “self-determination is not a mere phrase. It is an imperative principle of action, which statesmen will henceforth ignore at their peril”.
In the last 100 years, new states have emerged either through decolonization, secession, dissolution, merger and peace treaties. Most of these methods are noncontroversial and states employing them are welcomed onto the world stage.
For the people of Punjab two methods are available for independence the first being secession, unilaterally declaring independence from India, and the second being the solution, dissolution of India as a nation state resulting in the creation of several smaller states. Below we will examine secession then dissolution as a means of liberating Punjab from Indian occupation. But first we need to understand different doctrines of international law governing self-determination.
In 1933 during the Convention on the Rights and Duties of States the Montevideo Convention articulated 4 features the state as a person of international law should possess. Those criteria being:
- A permanent population;
- A defined territory;
- Capacity to enter into relations with the other states.
It is questionable how stringently a state must comply with this list. This is because today there exist states that do not possess all the attributes listed but are nevertheless recognized internationally. An example of this can be found in Israel. Israel is one example of an internationally recognized state that has yet to define its permanent border, thereby failing to satisfy the Montevideo Convention. While on the other hand, there are others that do meet the defined criteria but are nevertheless not considered states. Taiwan meets all four aspects of the Montevideo Convention but is not recognized as a state internationally.
In the case of Punjab, we do have a permanent population, defined border, a government, and capacity to enter into relations with other states. When we reach the threshold of independence, we will be able to satisfy the Montevideo Convention.
Uti Possidetis Juris
When determining the borders of new states, the international community presumptively applies the doctrine of Uti Possidetis. Uti possidetis juris was primarily used during the period of decolonization in Latin America and Africa. It allowed for colonial borders, irrespective of how arbitrary they were, to be established as international borders. The reasoning behind applying uti possidetis when new states immerged is, firstly, it reduces the potential for violence because the borders of each state is predefined and not able to change through aggression. Secondly, it is believed that a “cosmopolitan democratic state” will have the capacity to function within any boundary thereby making pre-independence borders as acceptable as any other. However, this presumption can be rebutted especially where the occupying state maliciously abuses this principle.
Uti Possidetis Juris is a rebuttable presumption as was done in the case of Kosovo. Kosovo was a part of Serbia when Serbia declared independence. The doctrine of Uti Possidetis required Kosovo to remain a part of Serbia because the borders of Serbia could not be changed under this principle. However, the international community recognized the need to change Serbia’s borders to better reflect the people’s needs.
In the case of Punjab our initial borders will be the current state of Indian occupied Punjab. But, we will also rebut the principle of Uti Possidetis Juris due to the unauthorized carving up of Punjab. Once independent, we will use all means to re-integrate territories unjustly removed from Punjab.
Internal vs External Self-Determination
To limit independence movements in the immersion of new states, self-determination is viewed through two streams. External self-determination enjoys all rights and recognitions bestowed upon an independent nation state. Internal self-determination involves “a people’s pursuit of its political, economic, social and cultural development within the framework of an existing state”, as was stated by the Supreme Court of Canada on the question of Quebec’s independence.
Peoples aspiring for independence our now encouraged, in some situations, to first explore the option for internal self-determination. However, those who have suffered human rights violations at the hands of the state they wish to secede from are exempt from internal self-determination and recognized as having the right to external self-determination.
The Punjab would be exempt from internal self-determination due to India’s massive human rights violation against the Sikh peoples. This includes the 1984 Sikh Genocide in which over 30,000 Sikhs were systematically exterminated in the period of three days. This also includes the systematic campaign of terrorism unleashed by the Indian state through its paramilitary forces and police during the period of 1984 to 1996.
Secession involves a territory declaring itself unilaterally independent from a state without that states consent. In the case of Punjab, when we declare independence from India it may be a unilateral declaration due to the fact India will likely object.
Article 1(2) of the Charter provides that one of the purposes of the United Nations is to “develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples”. Furthermore, Article 55 provides that the United Nations shall promote a number of goals with a view “to the creation of conditions of stability and well-being which are necessary for peaceful and friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples”.
The word “peoples” is internationally accepted as encompassing those groups that have a common language, religion or ethnicity and not only to independent states. This is because while drafting the charter the representatives had the option of using the word “state” instead of peoples, but they nevertheless opted to pick “peoples” which includes those peoples without a state of their own.
The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1966 also reaffirm this interpretation of peoples. Article 1(1) provides: “All peoples have the right to self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.” By once again using the term “peoples” and not states the international community acknowledged the right to self-determination was not a state monopoly but applicable to all peoples.
In the case of Punjab, Punjabi is the common language uniting all Punjabi people. Punjab is home to all major religions; however, it is the Sikhs that are predominant in Punjab. Thus, based on language and religion the Punjabi people are a “peoples”, as per the UN understanding of the word, and there for their right to self-determination is protected under the UN Charter.
Some have questioned if the right to self-determination for peoples, those groups without the state of their own, conflicts with Article 2(4) of the UN Charter, which states “all members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state”. The argument here is because the UN charter protects the territorial integrity of a state, non-state actors cannot unilaterally declare independence.
However, the International Court of Justice clarified this position when it ruled in the matter related to Kosovo. The International Court of Justice stated that states declaring themselves unilaterally independent are not bound to respect the territorial integrity of their parent state. Thus, under international law unilateral declarations of independence are not illegal even where the occupying state argues their constitution does not allow for succession.
This interpretation is also consistent with India’s own beliefs. India did not respect Pakistan’s territorial integrity with regards to Bangladesh, rather, India recognized Bangladesh’s right to self-determination thereby violating Pakistan’s territorial integrity.
Dissolution occurs when one state disintegrates into smaller states. The international community is generally more willing to accept the appearance of new independent states when dissolution occurs.
When Yugoslavia disintegrated, the international community was unsure as to what was happening. Some were arguing that the various dates claiming independence from Yugoslavia were secessionist movements. Those who made this claim were attempting to place obstacles in front of the various peoples attempting to gain independence by arguing they should only attain internal self-determination and not full external self-determination.
However, when the international community examined the situation in the former Yugoslavia they determined what the world was witnessing was not several secessionist movements, rather, this was the disintegration of Yugoslavia. By making this determination the path to independence for the Republic of Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, and later Kosovo was cleared.
India today is itself facing several liberation movements. Viewed independently they may be labelled secessionists, however, viewed collectively it will reasonably be recognized as the dissolution of India. Today in India the following states, or peoples within these states, are opposing Indian occupation:
- Punjab (Khalistan)
- South India
- Maoist insurrection (40% of current India)
- Arunachal Pradesh
- South India (Dravida Nadu)
- Andhra Pradesh
- Karnataka, Kerala
- Tamil Nadu
- plus the territories of Lakshadweep and Puducherry
These states constitute a majority of India today and working collectively can legally declare the disintegration of India is underway there by clearing the path for independence and universal acceptance.