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PostSubject: Big Six Pesticide Manufacturers to Face Human Rights Tribunal   Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:31 pm

Big Six Pesticide Manufacturers to Face Human Rights Tribunal
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Posted By: Susoni
Date: Saturday, 26-Nov-2011 13:44:17
From CGI's Rumor:
While I applaud the PPT’s jesture of trying to bring to light the wrong doings of the chemical industry, one must wonder how much good this will do. Why do they not take them to the International Court in the Hague on charges of “weapons of mass destruction”? The chemicals used for the last 70 years have done just that. Destroyed the soils, water and air we breathe killing hundreds of thousands if not millions.
Beginning on December 3, 2011, some major international chemical companies will be facing a public tribunal dealing with their well-documented and systemic human rights abuses that have occurred all over the world.
The tribunal is not legally binding as it is not being administered by any governmental body. However, it will serve to shed light upon the egregious assault on human health and economic independence by the major chemical corporations.
The public trial will be directed by The Permanent People’s Tribunal, an organization that has held human rights tribunals in the past dealing with issues as diverse as Tibet, the Armenian Genocide, and the United States intervention in Nicaragua.

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PostSubject: Re: Big Six Pesticide Manufacturers to Face Human Rights Tribunal   Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:47 pm

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