Thursday, August 25, 2016
The Noble Peace Prize
Day- 30- Thurs. 25/8/16- It is 4:42 in the morning and the “words” that caught our attention for the moment is The Noble Peace Prize. We are aware that it is not the first time that we will mention the name Thelma Aldana of Guatemala.
Here is an excerpt from WORD, which we shared with our readers on the 8th February 2016, “Mon. 8/2/16- It is 4:31 in the morning and has been searching for the right “words” to fit the occasion.
You see, just a few days ago, while we were watching a talk show, it was mentioned that Thelma Aldana of Guatemala, can be a possible candidate for The Nobel Peace Prize.
On the other hand, we just to through reading Dr. Martin Luther King’s discourse in Oslo in 1964 when he received the Nobel Peace Prize. Here is what caught our attention, “I have the audacity to believe that people everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education, and culture for their minds, and dignity, equality, and freedom for their spirits.”-The Autobiography of Marin Luther King Jr. - By Clayborne Carson.
Before we continue, we would like to thank The Most High and the Spirits of the Trouble Makers in advance for their intervention in our affairs. We want to thank you for sharing your time with us.
Back to the moment that caught our attention this morning, in this case, we would like to share this moment with you in three parts. The first part took place at the Villa Caribe Hotel in La Buga on Tuesday 28th 2016. The meeting was with the institution that Sister Thelma Aldana of Guatemala is in charge of today. Her representatives were in La Buga last Tuesday speaking of wanting a better and stronger relationship with the Garifuna People of Guatemala. Therefore an agreement was reached for us to organize a structure urgently for the 9th September 2016.
The second part is about today, where do we stand on judicial issues regarding the Garifuna People of Guatemala. In this case, we have spoken in many occasions about the need of a Political Figure for the Garifuna People of Guatemala.
The third part should be about creating a political figure that an institution like the judicial systems of Guatemala will respect. It is vital for us, the Garifuna People of Guatemala to participate in the legal process.
Speaking of a legal process, we hope to be at the seventh COMUDE meeting in a row at the head- quarters of ONEGUA sometime this morning. It should be known that this is the first time in the history of La Buga that something like this has taken place. In this case, we hope to provide the updates as they unfold in front of our eyes.