- State of California and U.S. government
- United States of America
Since the War on drugs was declared by Mexico the casualties have exceeded a mass amount, which has far stretched the casualties of the Iraq war. In this pandemic our responsibility as contributors to a world power has come into terms with legalization of a recognized narcotic, which is marijuana. California along with various states have approved and allowed on its ballots to have the legal use of marijuana for those with illnesses in place of rehabilitation methods provided by the States. In the past President Bush in full awareness of the xenophobia that has been evident in modern times besides the rise of the Nazi Socialist Movement and the merit it is given by Arizonas immigration law. This deminstrates the his intent to prusuade the American public from the just and ethic acts of developing a harmonious environment on the International scale. As the current President Obama has clearly demostrated the support for the war on drugs and terror which, is has shared ambition for both Mexico and the United States to decrease the trafficing or GUNS, NARCOTICS, AND CHILDREN between the borders. The dissolution of international relations and humanity are at the expense of such permitted rights given by the state violating Federal law. As seekers in humane charity and as a liberating body of citizens federal justice must be imposed on the states violating such criteria or even International law on our government to correct the injustice being produced in the U.S.... This action is not only in conflict of law but in regards to U.N. charters and the actions of U.S. President pertaining to United States service codes.
By the growing trend in our U.S. government legalizing the use of marijuana could bring federal law to it's favor by the approval of 38 States being a source of contribution to the war on drugs that has taken it's toll on humanity and our children. The direct use of medical marijuana to smoke is not a alternative method of medicinal purposes, that may go against International treatie(s) our government must take an obligation to embrace.
This War on drugs must be taken seriously in Mexico and the U.S. and it's International efforts such as stated by the Manila Declaration of Peaceful settlement of International Disputes; the initiative of non-aligned countries such as Egypt, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Philippines, Romania, Sierra Leone, and Tunisia. This might explain why the initial draft contained so many references to “equal rights and self-determination of peoples”, the “need for all States to desist from any forcible action which deprives peoples, particularly under colonial and racist regimes or other forms of alien domination, of their inalienable right to self-determination, freedom and independence” and the “right of these peoples to struggle to that end and to seek and receive support”.
Cultural implications on the Mexican people and the government have sought to bring unity of indigenous and unifying relations between foreign States on economical and social issues such as the cease fire in the Chiapas state. The distribution of the North American Free Trade Agreement is critical of the exploitation in International Law under article twenty seven prohibits alienation of Mexican nationals or the destruction of natural resources produced in the United Mexican States region unless the terms where accepted by the President. By means in exchange immigration laws that suppress asylum to warring countries and emancipation equality. The drug trade has led to corruption on both side of the border where child exploitation, narcotic manufacturing, even possible money launder is producing violence. There should be consideration of diplomacy due to the social and economical development bodies in the United Nations Security counsel which have declared principles on the demeanor of civilian conflict dealing with protection against abuse and misconduct titled as the Unanimous Adoption of Resolution 1296 (2000). By the enforcement of Unanimous Adoption Resolution 1296 (2000) enhances United Nations charters chapter seven, articles 39, 41, and 42. Which affirm the destitution regarding peace in the inflicted region by war and suppression of governmental control... In Mexico’s current war on drugs would be essential to these articles do to the need of peace keeping forces in the Mexican region regarding the fair trade criteria. The Balkanization of the U.S. Southwest and Mexico is in desperate need of the peace keeping forces to put a mussle on the conflict infecting both societies. The trade implication due to the decriminalization of marijuana in various States in the U.S. and immigration laws is a clause in relations between these two bordering States. Which both reconciliation of the impediment of NAFTA obligatory misconduct and immigration broadens the negotiations. Social and economical trade development pertaining to immigration and social justice in the protection of sexual exploited children during drug extraction needs monitors of the International community. The accusations of the EZLN need to be defined as a “non-narco” distributor in the Southern Mexican regions. By the development of the Red light district in Mexico is attempting to expand its horizons by the proposal of excluded areas of Mexico under the red light district. With joint efforts of the United Nations and the Mexican government and its peoples would begin the development of negotiations between sovereign States in the implication of justice.
The War on drugs in Mexico generated more casualties in the war in Iraq, yet with lack of pure support or efforts of our U.S. government instead has brought a propagation agenda towards ones border; Mexico.
This is not only segregation of one ethnic group for instance the border fence on the Mexico and U.S. border but, promotes patriotism as a means of suppression and a mockery of U.N asylum to waring countries, such as (bi) radical groups as the minute men and the Nazi Socailist Party (movement) that has express there angenda on "American Patriotism." Bias crime statutes in the United States encompass crimes that are motivated by the race, color, ethnicity, national origin, or religion of the victim. Many reach sexual orientation or gender as well, and some include other categories such as age or disability.
Bias crime laws may either create a specific crime of bias-motivated violence or raise the penalty of a crime when committed with bias motivation. For instance the border patrol agents that where prosecuted for shooting the illegal at the Rio Grande River where victims of president Bush and his administration of a promotion of a hate crime.
Conflict of law sec.15 Supremacy of federal law-Relationship between federal and state law.
Consideration of comity between federal and state government and their judicial system require a wise policy against any unnessary interference with the jurisdiction of the respective courts. Thus, the general rule in conflict-of-law situations concerning the application of federal or state law is that, except in matters governed by the U.S. Constitution or acts of congress, the law to be applied in any case in the law of the state. Moreover, even when federal statutory law is involved, in the absence of contrary provisions in the federal statue, the law of the state is controlling in all matters of practice and procedure. Even the existence of a line of federal cases establishing a rule is no indication of a federal policy excluding state law. On the other hand, the absence of any specific federal statutory provision governing the issue does not in itself mean that federal law does not control.
If the policy of a federal statute or the implications of the federal system require a uniform rule of decisions, the federal courts have paramount power to fashion such a rule. Even if state law governs the basic elements of a plaintiff's case in an action , it does not follow that every issue of the case is governed by state law; if the policy of a federal statute so requires, state law must give way. The International implication of our United Nation needs to accomplish the standards of other nations especially our neighbors, that leads to the interpretation of humanized commmunities across the world! I am asking the supporter of integrity this petition is open for discussion and considerate to others opinion or advise to the matter in the open forum found on this page; thank you all...
Chapter 7 Article 39
The security council shall determine the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act aggression and all shall make recommendations, or decide what measures shall be taken in accordance with article 41 and 42, maintain or restore international peace and security.
The security council may decide what measures not involving the use of armed force are to be employed to give effect to its decision , and it may upon the members of the United Nations to apply such measures. These may include complete or partial interruption of economic relation and of rail, sea, air, postal, telegraphic, radio, and other means of communication, and the severance of diplomatic relations.
Should the Security Council consider that measures provided for in Article 41 would be inadequate, it may take such action by air, sea, or land forces as may be necessary to maintain or restore international peace and security. Such action may include demonstrations, blockade, and other operations by air, sea, or land forces of Members of the United Nations.
United States Code Service
section 2291f. Prohibition on assistance to drug traffickers.
(a) Prohibition. The President shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that assistance under this ACT and the Arms Export Control Act is not provided to or through any individual or entity that the president knows or has reason to believe--
(1) Has been convicted of a violation of, or a conspiracy to violate, any law or regulation of the United States, a State or the District of Columbia, or a foreign country relating to narcotics or psychotropic drugs or other controlled substances; or
(2) is or has been an illicit trafficker in any such controlled substance or is or has been a knowing assitor, abettor conspirator (legal use in U.S. states), or colluder with others in the illicit trafficking in any such substance.
(b) Regulations. The President shall issue regulations specifying the steps to be taken in carrying out this section.
(c) Congressional review of regulations. Regulation issued pursuant to subsection (b) shall be submitted to the Congress before they take effect.
Please also review the production of a hate crimes by the means of patriotism....
We the people of the United States of America and supporters of human integrity across the globe, in the name of charity demand that our (U.S.) federal government bring justice to our nation and stop the propaganda of immigration as a scapegoat and truly support the war on drugs. By utilizing the federal courts, governmental and non-governmental bodies; making a declaration and investigation for the prosecution of President George W. Bush and responsible cabinet, secretaries, ect... For the Hate Crimes on Humanity and deprivation of liberty to a particular ethnic group of an national origin of Mexican. In the name of charity we rebuke you.
The Federal war crimes: Time to stop Illegal Drugs petition to State of California and U.S. government was written by truism and is in the category Government at GoPetition.