Yesterday over 500,000 protestors marched against the government of the England, demanding regime change.
The government refused to respond to the will of the people and unleashed armed forces (pictured above) against the people. Many were injured and many arrested, yet to be heard from.
Further, the regime of the England is a known aggressor regime that has violently and frequently attacked and conquered surrounding nations and peoples, including the oppressed peoples of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Not only have these nations been conquered but even speaking their native languages and practicing their native cultures have all been made illegal.
For these egregious human rights violations and practices of national encroachment and ethnic suppression, we declare the regime of England an outlaw regime and immediately demand the United Nations Security Council pass a resolution allowing international intervention to protect the civilian population of England as well as freeing the bound nations of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
A coalition of willing international partners including Russia, Belarus, Serbia, and Turkmenistan, and China are ready to immediately implement a no-fly zone over England, preventing the quick deployment of aggressive security forces by the regime against the opposition. While we do not expect the intervention to include forces on the ground, an international authorization would clearly include the right to arm the rebels.
We are currently working with various UN ambassadors to line up the votes for our proposal. Being it took about 2 weeks to line up the vote for Libya, we’re hopeful this can be in place quickly.
If anyone has any thoughts on our proposal and can explain how it differs from the UN resolutions and world actions on Libya and on Iraq, we’d appreciate your input.