• COVID-19 Manipesto ng Pandaigdigang Kapatiran
    Nilalantad ng krisis COVID-19 na mahigpit ang kabuluhang baguhin ang mga pandaigdigang istruktura ng di-pagkakapantay at karahasan. Kaming nagmumula sa maraming bahagi ng mundo ay mapangahas na tinatangan ang makasaysayang pagkakataong ito.
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  • Manifest de Solidaritat Global COVID-19
    La crisi de l'COVID-19 ha revelat la urgència de canviar les estructures globals de desigualtats i violència. Nosaltres, persones de tot el món, no deixarem passar aquest moment històric.
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  • COVID-19(新型コロナウィルス)世界連帯マニフェスト
    COVID-19(新型コロナウィルス)の危機により、世界に蔓延する不公平と暴力の構造を早急に変えていく必要性が明らかになりました。私たち世界の人間は、この歴史的瞬間をチャンスと捉えようではありませんか。
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  • COVID-19 Das Manifest für Globale Solidarität
    Die COVID-19-Krise hat offenbart wie dringend angezeigt es ist, die globalen Strukturen von Ungleichheit und Gewalt nachhaltig zu verändern. Wir, die Menschen dieser Welt, werden diesen historischen Moment nicht ungenutzt verstreichen lassen
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  • 범세계적 코로나19 세계 연대 선언 2020년
    코로나19 (COVID-19)라는 위기로 인해, 세계에 만연한 불공평과 폭력의 사회구조를 시급히 바꾸지 않으면 안 될 필요성이 분명해졌습니다. 세계 속에 함께 살아가는 우리는 이 역사적 순간을 중요한 기회로 맞이하고자 합니다.
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  • Manifesto Global de Solidariedade COVID-19
    A crise do COVID-19 revelou a urgência de mudar as estruturas globais de desigualdades e violência. Nós, pessoas de todo o mundo, não deixaremos passar esse momento histórico.
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  • Manifesto di Solidarietà Globale Covid-19
    La crisi COVID-19 ha rivelato l'urgenza di cambiare le strutture globali di iniquità e violenza. Noi, persone di tutto il mondo, coglieremo questo momento storico.
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  • COVID-19 Manifeste de solidarité globale
    La crise du COVID-19 a révélé l’urgence de changer les structures mondiales d’inégalité et de violence. Nous, peuples du monde entier, saisissons donc ce moment historique pour construire la solidarité à tous les niveaux : local, national, mondial.
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  • Manifiesto de Solidaridad Global COVID-19
    La crisis del COVID-19 ha revelado la urgencia de cambiar las estructuras globales de desigualdades y violencia. Nosotras, personas de todo el mundo, no dejaremos pasar este momento histórico.
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  • COVID-19 Global Solidarity Manifesto
    A group of around 50 people from more than 12 countries drafted the Manifesto in recent weeks. Many prominent people are supporting it. People in general are more awake to the absurdity of a planet in which the richest 8 people have more wealth than the poorest 3.8 billion than ever before as this pandemic spreads. We are circulating this widely in multiple languages to help frame the debate and actions moving forward, raising global demands that address the inequity resulting from decades of neoliberal economic policies and rampant and unbridled militarism.
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  • G-7 World Leaders, Boycott 2020 Summit Location, TRUMP® NATIONAL DORAL MIAMI, FLORIDA 33178
    Any compensation that Member States have or will contribute towards any of Donald J. Trump's businesses are in violation of The United States Constitution.
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  • PG&E Buyout (not a bailout) and formation of a Public-owned utility
    The Constituents of California rely upon their Government and its Regulatory Agencies to provide legal and statutory protections against criminal wrongdoings of any kind, and to act with swift authority to prevent the recurrence of any exigency which threatens the safety of the public and the natural environment within the State of California. The Corporate Entity Pacific Gas and Electric Company, which has enjoyed a State sanctioned monopoly on energy production and distribution throughout Northern California, and which is expected by the Public in exchange to operate its business with the highest standards of safety and accountability, has repeatedly betrayed the public trust and demonstrated a chronic pattern of corporate negligence, fraud, regulatory obstruction, falsification of records, safety and code violations, and deliberate under-funding of safety programs to increase profit, as evidenced by: 1. $30 millions in fines and 739 counts of criminal negligence for deliberately under-funding required tree-trimming protocols and causing a power line blaze leading to the 1994 Trauner Fires, which destroyed 12 homes and burned over 500 acres of property; 2. $1.4 billion in fines and penalties and 6 felony convictions for obstruction and safety violations resulting in the 2010 San Bruno gas explosions which killed 8 people and destroyed 38 homes; 3. $8.3 million in fines for failing to maintain a power line that sparked the 2015 Butte Fires which killed 2 people, destroyed 549 homes and burned over 70,000 acres; 4. $14.5 billion in damages with multiple code violations for downed power lines causing 12 Northern California wildfires in October 2017 which killed 44 people, destroyed 8,900 homes and burned 245,000 acres; 5. Anticipated $30 billion in class action lawsuit for the 2018 Camp fire which killed 86 people, destroyed 13,900 homes and burned over 150,000 acres. The People of California have paid too much already to be expected to bail out — with their own tax dollars — a criminally negligent corporation which is now seeking bankruptcy protection in order to shield itself from its liabilities. To rescue PG&E from the failure it has brought upon itself would be an insult to those who have lost their homes, their loved ones, and their hopes for a better tomorrow because of pure corporate greed. No organization or corporation should ever be considered "too big to fail," as this will in effect place such an enterprise above the law. We the undersigned now petition our elected officials to take any and all actions pursuant to a legal buyout of the failing company using the following Eminent Domain justifications: A Public-Owned energy company will be more transparent and SAFER because, as a non-profit utility, it will no longer be incentivized to cut corners on safety in order to increase profits for investors and shareholders; A Public-Owned energy company will be MORE AFFORDABLE for California ratepayers as it will be legally bound to charge ratepayers based on actual costs, leading to the following savings annually, at a minimum: - $1 billion per year saved by not paying dividend payments to shareholders; - $25 million per year saved by not paying current level Executive salaries and bonuses; - $8 million per year saved by no longer lobbying State officials, which would constitute illegal activity for a public utility; - Additional $ millions saved by not funding ballot initiatives or propositions (such as Prop 16, on which PG&E spent $46 million,) which would constitute illegal activity for a public utility. And finally, a Public-Owned energy company will inherently be MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE, as it will no longer answer to profit-driven private investors and a Board of Directors, but to California taxpayers and elected officials who are ultimately interested in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, committing to more renewable energy production, and driving innovative solutions to the global crisis of climate deterioration.
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