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Cuba in the Human Rights Council

by sended by F Espinoza Saturday, Jun. 24, 2006 at 12:54 PM

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SPEECH BY FELIPE PEREZ ROQUE, FOREIGN MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA , DURING THE HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL:

Excellencies:

Today is a particularly symbolic day. Cuba is a founding member of the Human Rights Council and the United States is not. Cuba was elected with the overwhelming support of 135 countries, more than two-thirds of the United Nations General Assembly, while the United States did not even dare to run as a candidate. Cuba relied on the secret vote for the same reasons that the United States was afraid of it.
Cuba 's election epitomizes the victory of principles and truth; it stands as recognition of the value of our resilience. The absence of the United States is the defeat of lies; it is the moral punishment for the haughtiness of an empire.
The election entailed a demanding assessment. Each one got what they deserved. Cuba was rewarded and the United States was punished. Each one had its history and the voting countries were well aware of it.
The African countries recalled that over 2,000 Cuban fighters had shed their generous blood in the struggle against the outrageous Apartheid regime, which the United States supported and furnished with weapons, even nuclear ones.
The election for Cuba came at a moment in which nearly 30,000 Cuban doctors were saving lives and alleviating the pain in 70 countries, while the United States reached that stage with 150,000 invading soldiers, sent to kill and die in an unjust and illegal war.
The election for Cuba came with more than 300,000 patients from 26 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean who were recovering their eyesight thanks to the cost-free surgeries performed by Cuban eye specialists. It came for the United States with over 100,000 civilians murdered and 2,500 American youths dead in a war concocted to steal a country's oil and give away sumptuous contracts to a group of cronies of the President of the world's sole superpower.
The election for Cuba came with more than 25,000 youths from 120 Third World countries studying in its universities and colleges free of charge. It came for the United States with a concentration camp in Guantánamo, where prisoners are subjected to torture and where the official statement of the prison wardens was that the suicide of three human beings “is not an act of despair but an act of war and propaganda.”
The election for Cuba came with its airplanes carrying Cuban medical doctors and field hospitals to places where there had been natural disasters or epidemics. It came for the United States with its aircraft secretly carrying drugged and handcuffed prisoners from one jail to another.
The election for Cuba came with its proclamation of the prevalence of lawfulness over force, defending the United Nations Charter, demanding and fighting for a better world. It came for the United States with its proclamation of “if you are not on our side, you are against us.”
The election for Cuba came with its proposal of setting aside the trillion US dollars annually spent on weapons to fight off the yearly death of preventable causes of 11 million children under the age of five years and 600,000 poor women at childbirth. In the meantime, it came for the United States with its proclamation of its right to bomb and “preemptively” wipe out what it scornfully called “any dark corners of the world” if its designs were not obeyed. That included the city of The Hague , if there were any attempts to prosecute an American soldier at the International Criminal Court.
While Cuba defended the rights of the Palestinian people, the United States was the main pillar behind Israel 's crimes and atrocities.
While under the striking force of Hurricane Katrina the US Government abandoned hundreds of thousands of people to their luck, most of them black and poor, Cuba immediately offered to send 1,100 doctors, who could have saved lives and alleviated their suffering.
I could go on and on listing reasons until tomorrow. I just want to add that it is the Government of the United States , not its people, which does not have a seat today as a member of the Council. The American people will be represented in the others, including Cuba 's seat. Our delegation will also speak out for the rights of the American people and, particularly, for the rights of its most discriminated and excluded sectors.
Now, the truth is that the United States was not alone in its gross and desperate schemes and pressures to prevent Cuba 's election. A handful of its allies followed them to the very end. The usual posse: beneficiaries of the unjust and exclusion-oriented world order, most of them former colonial metropolises, which have not yet paid off their historical debt to their once-colonies.
Cuba is perfectly aware, even to its barest details, of the secret agreement negotiated in Brussels through which the European Union undertook not to vote for Cuba and then work closely with the United States against our candidature. But they failed famously. It turned out that Cuba was elected without its support and its uncomfortable ally, which they need as a policeman to guarantee its privileges and squandering opulence, could not even run as a candidate.
The corridors and halls of this building are now reverberating with repeated calls for “a fresh start” and “breathing fresh air into the new Council” – precisely by those who are responsible for the manipulation, hypocrisy and selectivity that caused the Commission on Human Rights to run aground. It is fitting to point out that a fresh start cannot be built on the oblivion of what has been happening or the simulation that some sugar-coated rhetoric is a problem-solver. What we need are deeds and not words.
If there is any truth to the statements by the spokespersons of the European Union and we are actually faced with a mea culpa, then we are still awaiting their rectification. Not because of Cuba . Not because they colluded with the United States to try to prevent our election. Not because they have never been able to have an ethical and independent policy towards Cuba .
We are awaiting a rectification to the attitude of the European Union, which last year prevented the Commission on Human Rights from adopting an investigation into the massive, flagrant and systematic human rights violations at Guantánamo Naval Base.
A rectification to the silent complicity with which they allowed hundreds of secret CIA flights carrying kidnapped people and the establishment of clandestine prisons right on European soil, where prisoners are tortured and harassed. So far, the European Union has hypocritically hindered the investigation and the clarification of these events.
The European Union has not mustered the courage to serve exemplary sanctions on the miserable manifestations of lack of respect for other religions and customs.
The European Union was an accomplice to the United States in turning the former Commission into some sort of Inquisition Tribunal against the countries of the South. We just hope that it will not happen again now.
The European Union has not even acknowledged its historical debt to the nearly 100 countries – currently independent nations after years of struggle and sacrifice – which were its pillaged colonies when, fifty-seven years ago, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted, which paradoxically stated that: “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.”
Excellencies:
This session can usher in a new stage in the struggle to create a real system for the promotion and protection of all human rights for all the inhabitants on the planet, and not just for the rich and privileged. A radical change will be required to that end; a real revolution in the concepts and methods that weighed down the defunct Commission.
Cuba does not indulge in wishful thinking about the real willingness of the developed countries – allies of the United States – to take that significant and historical step. However, it will give them the benefit of the doubt. It will wait and watch them.
Cuba can be counted upon if we work towards fulfilling the promises that have been trumpeted. If the past repeats itself and the Council becomes a battlefield again, from now on Cuba can be counted upon to turn, one more time, into a fighter in the trenches of ideas of the Third World .
Cuba cannot be counted upon to turn the Council into an exclusive tribunal against the underdeveloped countries and ensure the impunity of those in the North. Nor can it be relied upon to use the Council's suspension clause against rebellious countries or to continue using, in a politicized and selective fashion, the country resolutions to punish those that do not bow their head.
Cuba cannot be counted upon to use the new universal periodical review mechanism as an instrument of new pressures and media campaigns.
Nor can Cuba be counted upon to defend lies and act hypocritically.
Cuba can be counted upon to fight for truth and transparency, to defend the right to independence, to self-determination, to social justice, to equality. And also to defend the right to food, to education, to health, to dignity, the right to a dignified life.
Cuba can be counted upon to defend real democracy, true participation and the real enjoyment of all human rights.
Cuba's cooperation cannot be counted upon to assist the spurious mandate of any envoy, representative or rapporteur imposed through force and blackmail. Cuba can be counted upon to cooperate, on an equal footing, with the Council and its non-selective mechanisms.
Cuba's cooperation cannot be counted upon to make silence and fail to speak out against the ruthless economic blockade that we have endured for over four decades, nor can it be relied upon not to demand the return to our Homeland of five pure and courageous Cuban youths that were fighting terrorism and are currently imprisoned in US jails unjustly and illegally.
Cuba's cooperation cannot be counted upon to relinquish a single principle. Cuba will always be counted upon to uphold the noble ideal of building a better world for all.
Finally, on behalf of the Cuban people, who dream, build and defend their Revolution back in our Homeland, I would like to extend a special gratitude to our Third World brothers and sisters for their decisive support for Cuba's election as a member of the Human Rights Council – and I hereby reiterate that the Cubans will never betray the trust that you have placed in us.
For those who support Cuba's struggle for its rights, which is also the struggle for the rights of all the nations in the Third World and the progressive and democratic forces in the First World, we have a message: Until victory onwards!
For those who attack Cuba and for their accomplices, we have another message: ¡Patria o Muerte!

¡Venceremos!

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INTERVENCIÓN DEL COMPAÑERO FELIPE PÉREZ ROQUE, MINISTRO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES DE LA REPÚBLICA DE CUBA EN EL SEGMENTO DE ALTO NIVEL DEL CONSEJO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS, ONU.

Excelencias:

Hoy es un día especialmente simbólico. Cuba es miembro fundador del Consejo de Derechos Humanos y Estados Unidos no. Cuba resultó elegida con el apoyo abrumador de 135 países, más de dos tercios de la Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas, mientras Estados Unidos no se atrevió siquiera a presentarse como candidato. Cuba confiaba en el voto secreto por las mismas razones que Estados Unidos lo temía.

La elección de Cuba es la victoria de los principios y de la verdad, es un reconocimiento al valor de nuestra resistencia. La ausencia de Estados Unidos es la derrota de la mentira, es el castigo moral a la arrogancia de un imperio.

La elección supuso una exigente evaluación. Cada uno recibió lo que merecía. Cuba fue premiada y Estados Unidos fue castigado. Cada uno tenía su historia y los países que votaron la conocían bien.

Los países africanos recordaban que más de dos mil combatientes cubanos habían derramado su sangre generosa en la lucha contra el oprobioso régimen del apartheid, al que Estados Unidos apoyó y armó, incluso con armas nucleares.

Cuba llegó a la elección con casi 30 mil médicos cubanos salvando vidas y aliviando el dolor en 70 países mientras Estados Unidos llegó con 150 mil soldados invasores, enviados a matar y a morir en una guerra injusta e ilegal.

Cuba llegó con más de 300 mil pacientes de 26 países de América Latina y el Caribe que recuperaban la visión gracias a las cirugías gratuitas realizadas por oftalmólogos cubanos. Estados Unidos llegó con más de 100 mil civiles asesinados y 2500 jóvenes norteamericanos muertos en una guerra fraguada para robarse el petróleo de un país y regalarle jugosos contratos a un grupo de los amiguetes del Presidente de la única superpotencia del planeta.

Cuba llegó a la elección con más de 25 mil jóvenes de 120 países del Tercer Mundo estudiando gratuitamente en sus universidades. Estados Unidos llegó con un campo de concentración en Guantánamo, donde se tortura a los prisioneros y en el que se declara oficialmente por los carceleros que el suicidio de tres seres humanos “no es un acto de desesperación sino un acto de guerra y de propaganda”.

Cuba llegó a la elección mientras sus aviones transportaban médicos cubanos y hospitales de campaña a lugares donde ocurrieron desastres naturales o epidemias. Estados Unidos llegó mientras sus aviones trasportaban en secreto de unas cárceles a otras a prisioneros drogados y maniatados.

Cuba llegó a la elección proclamando la vigencia del derecho sobre la fuerza, defendiendo la Carta de Naciones Unidas, reclamando y luchando por un mundo mejor. Estados Unidos llegó proclamando que “si no están de nuestro lado están contra nosotros”.

Cuba llegó a la elección proponiendo dedicar el millón de millones de dólares que anualmente se gasta en armas a luchar contra la muerte por causas prevenibles de 11 millones de niños menores de 5 años y de 600 mil mujeres pobres en el parto cada año. Mientras, Estados Unidos llegó proclamando su derecho a bombardear y arrasar “preventivamente” lo que llamó con desprecio “cualquier oscuro rincón del mundo” si no se obedecían sus designios. Ello incluía a la ciudad de La Haya, si se pretendía juzgar a algún soldado norteamericano en la Corte Penal Internacional.

Mientras Cuba defendía los derechos del pueblo palestino, Estados Unidos era el principal sostén de los crímenes y atrocidades de Israel.

Mientras bajo el azote del huracán Katrina, el gobierno de Estados Unidos abandonaba a cientos de miles de personas a su suerte, la mayoría negros y pobres, Cuba ofrecía el envío inmediato de 1100 médicos, que hubieran podido salvar vidas y aliviar el sufrimiento.

Podría seguir así desgranando razones hasta mañana. Sólo quiero agregar que quien no ocupa hoy un escaño como miembro del Consejo es el gobierno de Estados Unidos, no su pueblo. El pueblo norteamericano estará representado en los demás, incluido el escaño de Cuba. Nuestra delegación será vocera también de los derechos del pueblo norteamericano y, en particular, de sus sectores más discriminados y excluidos.

Ahora bien, la verdad es que Estados Unidos no estuvo solo en sus groseras y desesperadas maniobras y presiones para impedir la elección de Cuba. Un pequeño grupo de aliados lo acompañó hasta el final. Son los de siempre. Beneficiarios del injusto y excluyente orden mundial, antiguas metrópolis coloniales en su mayoría, que no han pagado todavía su deuda histórica con las que fueron sus colonias.

Cuba conoce perfectamente, hasta en sus mínimos detalles, el acuerdo secreto negociado en Bruselas a través del cual la Unión Europea se comprometió a no votar por Cuba y a trabajar estrechamente junto a Estados Unidos contra nuestra candidatura. Pero fracasaron rotundamente. Resulta que Cuba fue elegida sin su apoyo y su incómodo aliado, al que necesitan como gendarme que garantice sus privilegios y su opulencia derrochadora, no se pudo presentar siquiera a las elecciones.

En los pasillos y salones de este edificio se escuchan ahora reiterados llamados a “un nuevo comienzo” y a “imprimirle aire fresco al nuevo Consejo”, precisamente de parte de los mismos que son responsables de la manipulación, la hipocresía y la selectividad que hicieron naufragar a la Comisión. Conviene señalar que un nuevo comienzo no puede construirse sobre la base de olvidar lo que ha venido ocurriendo o simular que un poco de retórica edulcorada resuelve los problemas. Hechos y no palabras es lo que necesitamos.

Si son sinceras las declaraciones de los voceros de la Unión Europea y estamos de verdad ante un mea culpa, pues entonces esperamos todavía por su rectificación. No por Cuba. No porque se hayan confabulado con Estados Unidos para tratar de impedir nuestra elección. No porque no hayan sido capaces jamás de tener una política ética e independiente hacia Cuba.

Esperamos una rectificación de la actitud de la Unión Europea, que impidió el pasado año que se aprobara en la Comisión de Derechos Humanos una investigación sobre las masivas, flagrantes y sistemáticas violaciones de derechos humanos en la Base Naval de Guantánamo.

Una rectificación del cómplice silencio con el que permitieron la realización de cientos de vuelos secretos de la CIA trasladando personas secuestradas y el establecimiento de cárceles clandestinas en el propio territorio europeo, en las que se tortura y se veja a los prisioneros. La Unión Europea ha obstaculizado hipócritamente hasta hoy la investigación y el esclarecimiento de estos hechos.

La Unión Europea no ha tenido el valor de sancionar ejemplarmente las miserables manifestaciones de falta de respeto contra otras religiones y costumbres.

La Unión Europea fue cómplice de Estados Unidos en la conversión de la antigua Comisión en una suerte de tribunal inquisidor contra los países del Sur. Esperamos que ahora no se repita.

La Unión Europea no ha reconocido siquiera su deuda histórica con los casi 100 países, hoy naciones independientes tras años de lucha y sacrificio, que eran sus expoliadas colonias en el momento en que 57 años atrás se aprobaba la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos, en la que paradójicamente se afirmaba que: “Todos los seres humanos nacen libres e iguales en dignidad y derechos”.

Excelencias:

Esta sesión puede marcar el inicio de una nueva etapa en la lucha por crear un verdadero sistema de promoción y protección de todos los derechos humanos para todos los habitantes del planeta, y no sólo para los ricos y privilegiados. Se necesitará para ello un cambio radical, una verdadera revolución en las concepciones y métodos que lastraron a la defenestrada Comisión.

Cuba no se hace ilusiones con la real disposición de los países desarrollados, aliados de Estados Unidos, a dar ese paso trascendente e histórico. Sin embargo, les concederá el beneficio de la duda. Esperará y los observará.

Si se trabaja para hacer realidad las promesas que han sido proclamadas a todos los vientos, se podrá contar con Cuba. Si se repite el pasado, y el Consejo vuelve a tornarse en un campo de batalla, se puede contar desde ahora con que Cuba será otra vez un combatiente en las trincheras de ideas del Tercer Mundo.

Para convertir el Consejo en tribunal exclusivo contra los países subdesarrollados y asegurar impunidad a los del Norte, no se podrá contar con Cuba. Tampoco para usar la cláusula de suspensión del Consejo contra los países rebeldes, ni para seguir usando politizada y selectivamente las resoluciones sobre países para castigar a los que no bajan la cabeza.

Para usar el nuevo mecanismo de revisión periódica universal como instrumento de nuevas presiones y campañas mediáticas, no se podrá contar con Cuba.

Para defender la mentira y actuar con hipocresía, tampoco se podrá contar con Cuba.

Para luchar por la verdad y la transparencia, para defender el derecho a la independencia, a la libre determinación, a la justicia social, a la igualdad, sí se puede contar con Cuba. También para defender el derecho a la alimentación, a la educación, a la salud, a la dignidad, el derecho a una vida decorosa.

Para defender la democracia real, la participación verdadera, el disfrute real de todos los derechos humanos, se puede contar con Cuba.

Para cooperar con el espurio mandato de cualquier enviado, representante o relator impuesto a través de la fuerza y el chantaje, no se puede contar con la colaboración de Cuba. Para cooperar, en plano de igualdad con los demás, con el Consejo y sus mecanismos no selectivos, se puede contar con Cuba.

No se podrá contar con la colaboración de Cuba para que haga silencio y no denuncie el cruel bloqueo económico que sufrimos hace más de cuatro décadas y no reclame el regreso a nuestra Patria de cinco puros y valerosos jóvenes luchadores antiterroristas cubanos, presos injusta e ilegalmente en cárceles norteamericanas.

Para que renunciemos a un solo principio, no se podrá contar con la colaboración de Cuba. Para defender el noble ideal de construir un mundo mejor para todos, se podrá siempre contar con Cuba.

Finalmente, a nombre del pueblo cubano, que allá en nuestra Patria sueña, construye y defiende su Revolución, agradezco de modo especial a nuestros hermanos del Tercer Mundo su apoyo decisivo a la elección de Cuba como miembro del Consejo de Derechos Humanos y les reitero que los cubanos no defraudaremos jamás la confianza que ustedes depositan en nosotros.

Para los que apoyan la lucha de Cuba por sus derechos, que es también la lucha por los derechos de todos los pueblos del Tercer Mundo y de las fuerzas progresistas y democráticas en el Primer Mundo, tenemos un mensaje: ¡Hasta la victoria siempre!

Para los que agreden a Cuba y para sus cómplices, tenemos otro mensaje: ¡Patria o Muerte!

¡Venceremos!

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