Manifest: NO A LAS EXPRECIONES DE LUIS GUTIERREZ
COMO DUELE !!!…..Ayer el congresista de Illinois Luis Gutierrez volvio a la carga contra la policia de PR. Se busco un grupito que le publicara un anuncio en el periodico que nosotros le publicamos el REPUDIO a sus expresiones. Publicaron fotos, pero como era de esperarse no publicaron TODAS las fotos…solo las que les conviene. Utilizo una vez mas el congreso de los EU para vociferar que en Puerto Rico hay una crisis de derechos civiles….Definitivamente le DOLIO lo que hicimos y seguiremos haciendo…
No nos va a callar !!!
No…a las Expresiones de Luis Gutierrez…No nos representas !
Ahhh…y el gobernador Luis Fortuno dijo ayer en Analisis 630 que a este
congresista le gustaba venir aqui y quedarse en Fortaleza y la casa de playa del pueblo de Puerto Rico…y que desde que LF entro le dijo…
No..No ..pa ya tu no vas..!
Whereas: Congressman Luis Gutierrez was born in Chicago of Puerto Rican parents.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez represents district four of the state of Illinois whose citizens are his constituents.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez has never been elected to represent the interests of the people of Puerto Rico and therefore hasnever been authorized to speak in the name of the 3.7 million U.S. citizens living in Puerto Rico.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez lives in Chicago where he enjoys all the rights and privileges that Puerto Ricans would lose if they opted for the independence status that he favors and actively promotes, and 97 % of Puerto Ricans reject.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez has characterized himself for being a spokesman for Puerto Rican independence causes andthose of the Popular Democratic Party of Puerto Rico in the diferent forums in the United States and Congress.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez has constantly received financial support from fund raising activities organized and sponsoredby supporters of both independence and the Popular Democratic Party.
Whereas: During the past three months, Congressman Gutierrez has taken upon himself to opposing and criticizing in the Congressional floor everything that the democratically elected government of Puerto Rico is working on to get the island out of a ten-year economic downturn whose root is precisely the poor administration practices of the Popular Democratic Party and itsoutdated socioeconomic model.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez vehemently and strongly leashed out a diatribe against the Puerto Rican government and itspolice force for supposedly having violated the rights of a group of radical violent striking students of the University of Puerto Rico that were forcibly interfering with the rights of students, professors, researchers and workers that responsibly and peacefullywanted to gain entrance to the university campus. The police was only safeguarding the civil rights of those who wanted to enterthough the university gates against the violent and forcible opposition of those that Congressman Gutierrez so staunchly defends.
Whereas: What Congressman Gutierrez did with his diatribe from the Congressional floor was in effect an act of solidarity anddefense of the supposed rights of a small group of masked students that destroyed and vandalized public and private property atthe Rio Piedras university campus, intimidated, forcibly removed students and professors from their classrooms at the NaturalSciences Faculty Building where they were taking their final examinations and not satisfied with this they set on fire its librarycausing estimated damages for more than $2 million. These violations were conveniently omitted and went uncensored by the Congressman in his speech from the Congressional floor.
Whereas: The state police had to be called to the campus by the university administration in order to establish order in theprevailing state of violence and anarchy generated by the delinquent and politically motivated few students that the Congressmandefends. In a clear case of undemocratic behavior, their acts impaired the majority of students who did want to study fromexercising their right to do so. Is this what a U.S. Congressman should be defending?
Whereas: More than 66% of the citizens of the island defended the actions taken by the university administration and the policeduring the riots and condemned the acts of physical aggression that the small group of violent striking students committedagainst Chancellor Ana Guadalupe. These undemocratic acts were watched on television and repudiated by all of Puerto Rico. Thiswas again conveniently omitted and uncensored by the Congressman.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez, in another of his recent addresses from the congressional floor blasted the government of Puerto Rico, and staunchly opposed and objected the planning and construction of a natural gas pipeline in order to reduce ourdependence in foreign oil and to provide a viable alternative to reduce current high costs of electricity on the island.
Whereas: Congressman Gutierrez has threatened the present government of Puerto Rico with obstructing all requests andgranting of the necessary permits for the construction of the proposed natural gas pipeline at the concerned federal agencies,which if approved would result in favor of the best interests of the people in the island who pay a lot more for electricity than anyother U.S. citizen. Whose interests is Mr. Gutierrez representing? Certainly not Puerto Rico’s.
Therefore: We “The voice of the truth about Puerto Rico” a group of US citizens that believe in a permanent union with the UnitedStates, declare Congressman Luis Gutierrez “persona non grata” and call upon him not to interfere in the internal aairs of PuertoRico and concentrate his energies and efforts on his constituency from the state of Illinois.Therefore: We call upon all the members of Congress not to pay any attention to the ridiculous speeches and accusations made bythis Congressman for they are nothing but political favors on behalf of his financial contributors and those who wish to impose thewill of the few over the democratic majority on the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico and its 3.7 million U.S. citizens. To obstruct andcriticize the valiant efforts by the Government of Puerto Rico to make our economy and society vibrant again is shameful. To do sousing the Congressional mantle is an oppressive abuse of democracy for the sake of benefiting political contributors and the fewsocialists left on the island. Leave us in peace to do the work, Mr. Gutierrez!
Manifest against the constant interventionsof Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-Illinois) in Puerto Rico’s politics.
NO A LAS EXPRECIONES DE LUIS GUTIERREZ
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