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THE RAIZAL POSITION FACING A CROSSROADS and TWO COMMON PREDATORS AMEN-S.D. Oakley Forbes INTRODUCTION While two states are sharing-up our territory; our People, our expectations, our natural, non-natural renewable and non-renewable resources are overexploited by foreigners.
We the Natives of the Archipelago are kidnapped, occupied, and administered by a colonial regime.
Under the act of free self-determination, the People of the Archipelago adhered to “La Gran Colombia”; while the State and Government of Colombia have taken-over, supplanted the legitimate owners, assumed the ownership, and used and abused of the People.
Today, we the Raizal People are in peril and after Þnding ourselves as the most endangered species of the whole world, cry for freedom. THE RAIZAL PEOPLE STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL IN NEOCOLONIAL TIMES The Raizal People are against the wall and without an apparent feasible and viable solution, are now struggling for survival.
The Raizal Nation was consolidated before Colombia was erected into a Republic.
In fact, our Raizal Nation backed-up the Colombian struggle, a group of men from these territories, under the leadership of General Petion and at the request of Simon Bolivar, traveled all the way from the Caribbean to Boyacá to Þght for Colombia’s freedom.
Today we receive a dagger in the back, from the Nation that we helped to construe and set-up.
The Raizal Nation went a step further and became part of the Confederation of Nations later known as “La Gran Colombia.” Because of the personal and mean interest of a few, La Gran Colombia was to give way to several independent Nations, including the Raizal. Because of the disenchantment caused by the systematic ill-treatment of Colombia to the Raizal People from the times of the Independence of Panama and the militarization of our territory by the Colombian Army with the deployment of two regiments of soldiers, one situated on the Hill and the other in the Gough.
Because of the treatment we have...






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