Ramon Nenadich

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Ramon Nenadich


Ramon Nenadich is a Puerto Rican activist. ‎Founder of the International Foundation for the Advancement of Indigenous Peoples.

6th Annual Peoples’ Reception for Puerto Rico

6th Annual Peoples’ Reception for Puerto Rico Delegation and The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign Invites You To Join:

Monday June 12, 2006 Hunter College West Building.

Moscow conference

Omali Yeshitela met with members of the Irish Republican Socialist Party in Moscow, September 2015, at a conference hosted by the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia.

Irish participants at the conference told the Guardian that they had no Kremlin links and were simply taking an opportunity to promote their cause. Sinn Fein member Diarmaid Mac Dubhghlais compared the eastern Ukraine conflict to the “Ireland of years ago”, arguing that the pro-Russian rebels were fighting a “fascist government” in Kiev.

“In Ireland, we accepted help from Muammar Gaddafi,” said Michael McLaughlin of the Irish Republican Socialist Party. “When you’re in a battle for national liberation you don’t question the background of the people helping you.”

While Ramon Nenadich of the Puerto Rican group Borinken and Lanny Sinkin, a representative of the self-declared King Silva of Hawaii, said their struggle was non-violent, Omali Yeshitela of the Uhuru Movement said American imperialism could not be overcome by peaceful means.

“We call on you to recognise the right of African people to engage in armed defence against American colonialism, and we would like to express our profound appreciation to the Anti-Globalisation movement of Russia,” he told attendees.

“We are convinced that we are on the right side of history, we are convinced that we will win, we are convinced that we are winning. Uhuru!”[1]

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